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We Have Nothing Against the Homeless

The Nightly Rant

53:49 min | 2 years ago

We Have Nothing Against the Homeless

"Welcome to the ninety rant with your hosts bike Antara. This is the show where we examined society from sarcastic point of view. He likened Saint conversations, this is definitely show for you. Let's get into today's topic. So I'm kind of fired up. I hadn't noticed I have been waiting to get this show started for. I dunno our. Yeah, you really have. Hey, sing like forty five minutes ago. Yeah. Probably. I can't believe it like, okay? We have kind of loosely mentioned that there's the potential for a homeless shelter to open very near to our home. I would say less than a mile away. Okay. At a distance that's easily walkable from here to there. Right. No problem at all. Would you agree? We drive past like thirty times a week. Exactly. So I think. We would definitely need to have a say in that issue. Opinions need to be heard, exactly. And so. What we're about to talk about here is that homeless shelter issue. And we're going to address some public comments that were made during city council meeting. I wanna make it clear right here. I'm on record as saying that disagree with you or agree with you. When your facts are wrong. I'm going to call you out on it. That does not mean that I think you're an idiot. That does not mean that I think you're stupid that does not mean anything more than you stated in. Incorrect fact, or facts, plural. And I called you out on it or them. Are we clear? Well, I'm clear, but I don't think anybody else's capable of answering you at this current time. Did I did I make it clear where about to come from? Well, you're kind of leading into what you're about to say by like saying you're about to be super fucking sassy. Exactly. But it doesn't mean that I think people are stupid right truth. And it doesn't mean that I want to shut down their opinion. Does it? No, just means that they missed stated. One some or all of their points. And I'm calling them out on it. So go for it. So the at the whole deal would be if I happened to kit all of them will. Yeah. Then you know, I think they're completely wrong. And hey, I'm transparent about it. Because I told you every point that I disagree with. So let's have at it. So this homeless shelter. Like we talked about it's pretty close by. So there's a open house we go to the open house. I can kind of get a sense that. Most of the people there. They don't really know how government works, and they don't know how these decisions are made. And guess what? That's perfectly okay. Seriously. It is I'm not one of those people who's going to be like, you know, you don't deserve to step up to the plate now. Because you've never said anything before gotta start somewhere. Right. I mean like. Everybody you're gonna have a thing in your life or more the fire you up, and so you're gonna show up for those things and the things that don't fire you up. You're not gonna show up while you damn you damn well better show for things that fire you up. Right. It's almost you're right about that. I almost see that as it's an obligation. Does that make sense? So with that said, you know, we go to the city council meeting in the first, you know, kind of boneheaded mistake that was made was. Basically, the crowd admits that they had no idea how to fill out the form that I don't know if you looked at it was pretty clear. If you don't if you check oral communication, y'all wanna talk about oral communication if yet check an agenda item. Y'all wanna talk about the agenda item? That's it. That's able. People can't figure it out. Okay. Whatever I think people were too angry to bother reading right? They were heated. So the clerk who's very very intelligent lady says hold on guys. Apparently, there are people in the crowd who want to speak on the agenda item. But didn't Mark that. And she points that out and she's the mayors like what what are you talking about? And then and then she says, well, she explains it to him, you know, there's people Parenti that are expecting to talk right now. But they're not supposed to talk about right now. It's supposed to talk about it at the agenda item. So then he says all right? What are we gonna do about it? And she says I have a solution. I'm going to call out the names of these people if you wanna talk about the homeless situation just say, yes. We're good. We're good so far. Right. Because then what she's doing is? She's checking off the agenda item box for them. Okay. But instead, so that's what's supposed to happen. And she explains that to the city council, and they turn around and she says, you know, John Smith. Whatever their name is right. John Smith towels on up and he gets up, and she says are you here to talk about homeless issue. And he goes, yeah. And he walks right up and goes, I think that the homeless shelter, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Okay. Now, I'm not making fun. What the guy said? I'm just not gonna waste time going into some long tirade about what someone said because their opinions their opinion is right. Exactly. It's not the point their opinion is their opinion, they're entitled to it. But they've made some fatal mistakes in their approach. Like, for instance, they weren't legally allowed to talk about that. Right. Then. Yeah. That seems lend they were supposedly calling their names out to sort them out. And you could tell by the way the city clerk was reacting. She was like, oh my God. I just gave you a solution. And just let it go by what needed to happen is mayor dude needed to be like yo this things to be later. It's not my fault. You didn't check the box. Go sit back down. We will in the public hearing starts exactly that would have been fair because I believe and I've never actually researched. This. This is just my me taking things I know for sure. And being able to kind of fill in the gaps. Okay situation. I believe that the reason for the rule that the public speaks after the staff presents its report. Is. So that the city council has time to ask some of its own questions before being influenced by the public. Because remember the city council is not legally allowed to act on anything. That's not on the agenda. That's brought up in the meeting and any comment or question. That's asked is going to be something that's not on the agenda. So therefore, they're not legally allowed to act on it. But if you tip your hand, and you present the public comments before the discussion from the city council members, they don't have to tip their hand. They can just be like, you know, what I actually I was gonna vote. Yes. But Victoria, convince me to vote. No. Well, so I'm going to switch my vote. And no one's going to ever know. They're all going to think I was always a no vote. I feel like the city made a colossal mistake us night because think of all the other city council meetings we've gone to over the last year. Year two years where something huge and controversial has been being discussed at that meeting. There was nothing else on the agenda. They kept it as short as physically possible. So they could snap right into the public hearing when we went to lapoma, and they were discussing the. I'm sitting here, you guys can't see me. But I'm kind of like looking up at the sky saying to myself. I don't remember it this way. I remember two different way. But now she's talking about other cities Neier member until the Pomme they discussed a couple of little short things to discuss. And then snap right into the public hearing. We went to Los Alamitos five ten minutes of actual discussion. Bam right into it. How does Los Alameda? Did it in exceptionally? Well, they took care of their announcements and presentations. Yeah, right away. Yep. And then the agenda item. Let's say it was like number fifteen they moved it all the way up to the front of the line and everything else was postponed because everything was postponed. And the even moved things to different meeting agenda. So I think what what why parks have done yesterday is very thing. They should have had their two presentations because those were both time-sensitive then they should have had the public comments unrelated to the homeless shelter issue. Then they should have quickly past their things that were quickly passed passable, and then they should have gotten straight to the public hearing because it was kind of rude to know that entire audience of people was there specifically about one issue to keep the waiting until nine thirty at night. And you know, what's worse than that? What did you happen to look at the listing at least of the video? No. So it goes agenda item eleven. So it goes agenda item eleven then it goes agenda item twelve the one we're looking for is fourteen. Then it goes agenda item, thirteen okay? Agenda item thirteen took awhile because it was about that Los coyotes, you know, and all that, you know, development stuff things I meant shouldn't have been there. Yes. But hold on. So I was number thirteen and you're right. That shouldn't have been there. Then guess what did go to number fourteen? Right. Like, those people they should have gone. A number fourteen before they even went to number thirteen today. Truth probably should've went there before they went to number eleven the first hearing should have been the one that they know there was a ton of people want. Okay. So with that in mind with that in mind, they had a little discussion about what the council had been up to since last meeting. Right. Yeah. That's what they wasted. No twenty five minutes on no more NAT almost now. Why was it a thing? Why why did that city council feeling to waste those people's time? I don't get it. I don't know something they do it ended up only sixteen people spoke total. And that includes the people who spoke about it out of turn in the public comments. I think there's probably more like thirty people who wanted to speak and couldn't hold out that's four and a half hours of sitting there. Yup. So here's the thing. Some of the comments that I'm hearing online today. These people mean, well, but they have zero research like, okay, just to start out as an example of wine saying what I'm saying on next door. There was a lady who said let's have out and how she thought this was even possible, let's have a kind and civil discussion about border security. On next door. Yes. A kind and civil discussion on next and everything was going. Ok people were spouting out, the usual B S. You know that the press tells you then this lady steps up to the plate. And she says, I have an opinion on this. And I happen to be an immigration expert having studied it for twenty one year. Wow. And then proceeds to like decimate the standard, you know, immigration argument in a good way. Son. Good some not so good. All right. And in my opinion, and she. By the way, the guy's this proves that I can disagree with somebody. And still think that what they did was awesome. Okay. Just pointing it out. Don't be so sensitive because someone disagrees with you on one point doesn't mean they think you suck. 'cause it doesn't mean that anyway have to keep mentioning that. Because there are people who don't get me. And they think that so I'm gonna keep mentioning that. 'cause I have to be blunt tonight. I can't be pussyfooting around this broken record. That's okay suffer gave you. So. So so so those people. Are saying things like you. I don't want. I don't want the homeless shelter that close to a school. It's not right. Have it that close to a school? All right. Now beyond the fact that the state of California passed a law in twenty twelve which by the way, the city council the attorney for the city council pointed this out during the meeting, but despite the fact that California created law in twenty twelve that says at homeless shelters can only be restricted in the same manner as single family residences and apartment complexes. So whatever whatever rules. You cannot apply to a single family house our an apartment, you cannot apply to home shelter either. So I think that this means they should make a law that says there's not allowed to be any houses with an x number of feet of a school right mean? That's that's logical conclusion. Right, right. They don't want a homeless shelter within not many feet of a school. Then I guess since houses in homeless shelters phone, the same pattern docked should be what happens, and that's the point. They've had it explained to them. Why? They didn't listen, but they don't pay any attention. And they keep the keep saying sue close to a school. But here, you know, what how about we just instead of being nice and trying to explain to them the why how about we just go for the real truth because we all know what the the the real truth is, right? I mean, do you know what the real truth is? No. But I think you're about to tell me, maybe I don't wanna tell you. Thank you should tell me. I think it's rude. If you don't. I think. That the real truth. Escapes me. I have a good point here. And I can't remember exactly what my good point. Is. What was I saying right before that we're talking about the real truth? And then how about you didn't want to tell me about your party? Tell me about it. I don't remember sea weren't paying attention. I said something about. Oh, all hopes being X number feet away from this. Right. And then I said, and then they they're exactly okay. So the homeless people should be five hundred feet away from the school and since the homeless shelter gets by laws treated like a house. Then I guess house is going to have to be five hundred feet away from school minimum, right? Now, people don't get that. Ba let's just use the nuclear option. Okay. Here. I go again forgetting what I was gonna say. I know exactly where I was headed with this people say that it for the nuclear option, but you're headed for the nuclear option, which is five hundred feet away. What's stopping them from camping out in front of the school right now? Exactly. There's no law that says it can't camp out from the store school. In fact, there is it's called loitering, but it can't be enforced. I can't be enforced. Oh my God. Because there's no shelter. So put a shelter in. Then the crazy people can't loiter school. But here's the thing. She you're saying, and I get it. I get it. You're emotional. I get it not not near a school not near a school not near a school. Why they ask him? Why not near a school because they're going to go there and sit up front, and they're gonna leave needles because they're going to do drugs. You know what you're not wrong. You're not wrong. That is what they're gonna do. Okay. Right. If I want to agree with you. I don't but. Okay. Let's say you're right. They're gonna do that. Was there? Anything stopping them from doing that right now? Not even one thing. Okay. So you're argument is a moot point. Well, there are you? It's a moot point. I didn't make argument, but I'm talking to those people those people and. Again, that doesn't mean you're stupid. Doesn't mean everything you say is wrong just means in that instance, you made a mistake because you're right about what you're saying. It's possible. That they don't keep good control over the shelter itself. Is it's all going to depend on the management. How many feet in a mile five thousand? So if the school is era point three miles away from where this homeless shelter is supposed to be that means it's exponentially more than the five hundred feet. These people are asking for correct doubt seem like it. Yes. Yeah. Okay. That's how far away it is. Interesting. You're welcome in any event if he did. But in any event, you know, use a nuclear option what's stopping them from doing it right now. Nothing. All right. So if your worst case scenario. Is still possible. Currently the new solution isn't the solution. Exactly. Not that any not that any of the naysayers actually had a solution to offer which is kind of what I find frustrating. Like, I always like to ask what your Lee. What would your legally allowable solution me? I mean, telling people that there's a ten thousand beds shelter out in the middle of the desert on the way to Vegas, and that you're going to ship them out there one perhaps they have a job here. Right. And they wouldn't be cyst that they have to go because you're not gonna let them sleep here. Because now you have a shelter. That's bad. It's yes, that's a road. You could take totally agree with you. But it's a bad road to take. I think there's that's part of the reason why they split the county into the three spas because if you're in one of the shelters in your spa, you're still within reasonable community distance to whatever job you have. If you have one in not only that it forces equal contribution. Right. And I'm sure they're doing it based off of population Huntington beach. They're paying a lot more than Cyprus, obviously. And they shut Anaheim is paying more than Cyprus and paying less than Cyprus and all that good stuff. And they should because they have there should be a controversial or people capita. Right. And that's and that's what I'm saying. So they're paying more into it. But it's now it's well policed. Because everybody's watching everybody, and they're all meeting regular basis all the city managers there meeting on a regular basis and discussing this issue and police officer made a great point. Okay. He said that. Around twenty sixteen timeframe they met with Josh Newman. And the came up with this plan. Two. Address the. The homeless situation. Basically like, you know, they had they had this plan and it involved. One of the problems was all the police round were complaining that they didn't have any manpower because they were spending too much time going on homeless calls. Okay. And what was happening was the homeless would be mobile and they'd move around. And by moving around, they would stay away from a particular city for just long enough that the police officers would forget who they are. And they just keep circling around circularize announcer around. So they made a change to where all the police agencies across the whole of the northern spa cooperate with one another and they funnel. He made it sound like it's a mobile app, and I don't think it's really a mobile app. I just think it's an app that you can reach from your phone. Okay. He basically made it sound like now they have a shared database. So let's say that Yogi the CEO was homeless and he happened being Anaheim. And. You're a police officer and you come up on him. Right. We'll all days you'd offer him shelter and tell him if he didn't take it. He's gotta boogie right or potentially be arrested. And then he would boogie over to my city. Okay. Where he tries to lay low for a while. Then when he gets caught I tell in the same thing, you can't be sleeping here. You have to go into the shelter. You gotta get the hell outta my city. I gotta be arrested those choices, right? And he would choose. He doesn't wanna be arrested doesn't wanna live in the shelter. He'd boogie wear back to your city. Your officer forgets who he is starts the whole cycle all over again. Okay. Not anymore. Now, they share the data. Okay. So if you find Yogi the in Huntington beach, he and you talk to him and you offer him shelter, and you tell him that if he doesn't accept shelter. He's not it's a legal for him to live on the street at night. You've not warned him that he's violating the law by doing what he's doing. Right. You can execute on that at that point one. I almost feel like because because what happens is they go. I'm sorry. I didn't finish when they get to a park. Now, you find officer, you know, yoga the CEO, and I'm the police officer, I go oh officer, Victoria, talked to this guy in Huntington beach and told him that this is illegal. And he Nord her and then you dislike job row, you're going to jail tonight. And he's like what did I do? While you all Nord Huntington beaches order you'd Nord. Something he wouldn't have known about before. But now he knows about seeing how cooperation makes the whole problem. Better. When I almost feel like this, whatever it is that they're using to share data between the police agencies that are in each spa. It's all of Orange County is going to be sharing that data. Not just eventually the northern spa the central spa because there are border cities still. So people are going to go between them, then they're going to need. Everybody's any need to have that information will not only that I think is going to have to be regional cooperation because what about an Orange County butts up against Riverside County or San Diego County. Right. Los Angeles County, what that don't think they care as much, but I feel like if somebody what's a city that's in the central spa. I would imagine Huntington beach is okay. So Huntington beach touches Cyprus somewhere. No, what's a city in the northern smothered, Huntington beach touches garden grove, okay? I think our grove is central to. While then garden grove touches anyway. So so so they're going to need a way for if homeless guy is now found in garden grove after Cyprus told him that he needs to bogey to a shelter or somewhere to live. They're going to need away for the people in garden grove, then return him to the spot. He belongs in. To get a shelter. And I think that's how it's going to end up is central spas going to return people to northern or southern if they don't belong and vice versa. Yeah. Yeah. I'm kinda shocked that that system wasn't already in place in real. Kinda shocked kinda shot it might be. And we just don't know sitting here thinking, and then there's the other angle that you get these people are right as well. Okay. Oh my gosh. You know, I I live near a park and. All I find is old disgusting gross, close P PU needles. And all sorts of drug paraphernalia. I can't even let my kids playing the park. Okay. Now. Do I understand why that would be pissing people off hail? I, of course, ENA, Sandra. Do I do? I agree. Well, yeah, I agree that that that shouldn't be happening. There's no way shouldn't be happening. But sitting there and saying so something needs to be done. You're right. That's reason why you should support the shelter because if the shelter was there the police could be hard asses on anyone in that park that doesn't belong there. Right and people are still going to leave the shelter during the day. They're gonna get on the shuttle, they're going to go to the shuttle points, and they're going to do their drugs. If that's what they're choosing to do with their life. They're not going to leave all their shit. They're literally won't you know, what even that? They're not going to be allowed to hang out in a park. You know, how I know this when you watch like live PD those dudes those dudes stink. These guys are gang members. And so they don't want them just hanging out there. Right. Come up to them. And they say, yeah. Why are you guys here? Oh, just hanging up. You got a reason to be here. Visiting somebody here you live around here girlfriend round here. What's what's going on? Why are you here? Oh, no. We're just hanging out in that. You can't just hang out here. You gotta have a reason to be here. Same thing. Right. So it'll automatically clean up four three or four of the issues that they were bringing up about the people hanging out in parks. It'll get rid of their stuff everywhere and the peon poop. And then and then if they're caught with the if they're caught in there when they don't really belong in there. Right. Then the cops can bust them. And there won't be leaving their needles. They're either right? It'll slowly handle the I think the needles problem will be the one that takes the longest to go away. But it'll eventually go away. Right. And I think honestly, this is a super controversial opinion. Maybe if they had a needle exchange half the shelter like not able to do the drugs, but able to exchange your needles, even if they called it a needle exchange people with who who needed insulin. Well, then they wouldn't leave their needles in the parks. It may be a controversial opinion. But it's not on this show because we've talked about this issue before we've talked about the shoot up houses. And I mean, I am shocked the hell out of anybody. But I'm gonna tell you I think that in an area where there's a severe epidemic of drug use. That a safe house for shooting up. Is a smart idea. The more that I've read about the needle exchange place in Costa, Mesa the dumber. I think that's specific one is just because of the way that they're doing things the like they're not doing it a one to one exchange ratio doing like a twenty to one exchange rations Wikus. But wait, wait. Wait, wait. You mean you? Are actually gonna understand that because the one Costa Mesa proposed socked that not all of them suck. I come from a place with a successful needle exchange program being dealt about something like drug you. You're going to be an adult about it can work. I'm gonna delta about ninety point. Any person I've met who can be an adult about that. Well, that's not true. Our good friend can be adult about ten. I'm sure ten. Yeah masks, and it's and it's interesting though, that people have that like take on it like, oh, well below blood. I just know something needs to be done. I'm not sure if it's a shelter. Yeah. Well, think it through what happens if we put a shelter in. What's the Domino's? What people told me, it's you know, now it's coming down to it's no longer a secret people who have had zero interest in the homeless issue. No that you can't enforce the anti camping laws unless and until there are resources. It is no longer. A secret is well known thing. Row. Can we address the fact? That people are opposing this homeless shelter because the think it's going to increase the number of homeless in that area. And I don't understand why someone didn't just say, hey, would you like us take you? Debris shelter. And you tell us where it is. Because you never going to find it. But yet the way you're talking about what you think is going to happen with the shelter is going to be an eyesore. And everyone's gonna know exactly what it is. Right. But that's not true. And that ain't going to happen. But you can't be held to task for that. Because you're not aware of all the other issues. You haven't been involved in the issue for very long more than likely. Like, I said a lot of these people was their first time in city council meeting totally understandable that they wouldn't get it. Exactly. That one dude who talked I was all all upset that they couldn't. They couldn't answer his questions because he didn't understand. That they couldn't answer questions. Why have a proposal that I would like to city council to take up and that is that in situations like that they should make it part of their regular rules and regulations that when they know that there's a heated topic like a homeless shelter that is likely to bring people to a meeting for their first time ever. That you take five minutes to explain the law and that you're not allowed to ask. We're not allowed to answer questions. We're not allowed to address things that are not on our agenda because they did it after like ten people had spoken. So there was already like seven pissed off people and had they taken the time to do that up front, then they're educating people, and I would like to propose that be part of their rules and regulations that, you know, this is going on you give the, and you know, what what would it hurt if everybody there was aware of that fact already or maybe they should just do it at the beginning of every meeting and make it. That's what I was just getting. I was about to say that you you catch on fast because reality is what would it hurt? Anyway. Come on. What is what is live PD do every single break? They display the remember all participants are innocent until proven guilty. These are real cry. These are real crimes in progress while blah, blah, blah, blah. But no one is guilty until proven innocent. I'm innocent until proven everyone is innocent until proven guilty. A lot of. Kind of like I said with the with the immigration lady her mistake was stronger credentials out there right at the reality was the information. She presented was pretty good for the most part. Well, same thing. If you want me to hear you when you say, oh, no it's going to be near three senior citizens centers. And my question is becomes what's stopping them from going there now was -actly again nuclear bomb. Nope. No point in trying to counter them saying we're going to do this. Oh, we'll we'll have extra police patrol there. So the older people be fine. No. Because here's the thing right now they're perceived risk zero percent, right? But they feel that with a homeless shelter there. Let's say they're perceived risk zero point one percent. Guess what? It's more than zero percent. They don't want that. Yeah. The for that though. Right. I mean, come up we ask you question. Would you be happy if a homeless dude was living in that crevice at the bottom of the stairs? No. I would call the police until they made him leave. Why? Because why because it makes me feel unsafe. He's not supposed to be there. Exactly. But but if there was a homeless shelter right next to our pirate building. It would make me comfortable at all. Because he's supposed to be there. Like not none of the crevice the bottom of our stairs. But if I was like walking past homeless shelter and I see homeless dude waiting for the shuttle. He supposed to be there. It's not uncomfortable at all. He's just a person that lives right there. He's just another neighbor, right? That's a great point. Remember when we once talked about that kinda gonna lead me into the final point that I wanna make that meeting and purposely left the best for last. But remember remember, the whole, you know? Racist comments kind of stuff that we talked about. Yeah. Okay. Well. Guys up there during public comment last night, gosh, and he says his piece, and you know, he was talking about something about his neighborhood. You know in that sort of thing. Talk about the homeless issue at all. But then at the anti goes, you know, I wanna put in my two cents by this homeless thing real quick. I know I'm not supposed to, but I I wanna do that real quick. And then he proceeded to say this environment reminds me of a person who makes racist comments against Jewish people. And then says what are you talking about? I can't be a racist. I have Jewish friends. He goes all you guys doing is coming up here and saying I want the homeless near me. I don't want them near my schools. I don't want them anywhere near my house. Put them out in the middle of nowhere. So no one asks to see them. But oh, by the way, I'm not against the homeless. Got nothing gets a homeless. I had some nice things when after that guy spoke. And then after some of the other people spoke, I remember some of the nice text messages that I was sending to you about the how it's it's ridiculous. They're saying we don't want these people anywhere near us. They might. Affect us with their porn is essentially the the. Yeah. The out of like healing the like being homeless is is GIS contagious disease. And then but I have nothing against the homeless. Yes, you fucking do. Don't lie to me. You have something against the homeless just fucking hone it if you don't like them, and you think they're gross just own. It do realize the star or something do you realize that? All of of the bigger pets in our zoo. We're all homeless ones. Yes. Except parker. He was almost once. No, he lived in an office for that. He was homeless. No. He was born in the office. Was he? Yeah. Because his brother he is. He was there with his brother get biggest most spoiled brat. I think it's why he super neurotic and weird. Yes. All the other animals were homeless. Yeah. The defend for themselves. Even if it was for five minutes, especially the fat one. She's very homeless this one all if they found her in the Eldorado Park when she was just a teeny tiny baby hiding in a hole in a tree. And then Yogi who knows where they found him. You got it from the shelter and the pretty much lived her entire life in our apartment building outside. I don't know how the coyotes didn't get her. Now, she lives in our house. I definitely be Jeepers. And she's sweet and loving. She's a very sweet girl. Anyway, we digress. We digress. Sorry. Yogi next point going to be I said that was your last point talking about the guy likening the homeless people to Jewish people will. Yeah. And and that was awesome. Because. He wasn't wrong. I clapped right. Boy. Did I get dirty looks? Oh, my God that dude. Okay. There was a dude that was sitting on the other side of the aisle from you because you're like right on the end and wearing a Jean jacket Jean shorts. And he looked super mad all the time. Yeah. He gave us a dirty. Look I've ever seen a stranger give someone like if his eyes were daggers, you would have had like, stab wound. Okay. But see China goes back to what I've said multiple times to sound like a broken record. Just because I don't agree with you on every point. Doesn't mean. I don't agree with you on some of the points. Right. So I am not your enemy just because I disagree with one or more of your points. I guess he could been giving you a dirty look because you were clapping obnoxiously loud. But I don't think so I clocked obnoxiously lob because they kept clapping obnoxiously loud. I get it. And then. Wasn't sure how to take the mayor's joke at the end to the man who kept inappropriately clapping after the ask them not to clap. Because he said, sir. You be quiet. If I have to tell you again, I will have you executed. I think it's funny. And then he immediately went into ha no, actually I have a button up here that if I hit your chair will vibrate. How you got from? I'm gonna have you executed to your chair. Ovalles rate is beyond me electric chair. Sure did feel like a back pedal to me interest chair because that an electric chair reference. Like, it was just weird. Well, people laughed, and I have not heard a single mega tive comment. About it. Maybe it's a joke. That's before our time. You know, could be like we just don't understand it because we're not old enough to understand it. It's possible generational humor. Yeah. That's actually probable because that kind of comment looked so bad to me that I cringe the first second I heard it. And usually I'll be honest things like that. Generally, take me like five or six seconds to register like, and then and I kind of repeated my head with his he said what man you told me about that? And I was like oh my God. That's the funniest thing. Like. Like, I feel like it was slightly inappropriate for the situation. But a super funny comment will it is. And especially like, I dunno as I've gotten to know his personality. He's kind of a joker he likes. He really does his sense of humor is very dry, isn't any sense Schumer is very dry and yet. And so that's why it's like it just kind of drops on you like a lead brick. It's like. That was a very funny comment. You're right about that. Right. And then I do think the chair vibrating thing was an electric chair reference, which makes me laugh even harder. Yeah. Could be I didn't dot of it that way, but in any event homeless shelter thumbs up people on God to see you even people. I disagree with. I'm glad to see speaking up an opening your mouth because there's some people who were showboating through the whole thing. And you were not like that person. And I'm proud of you for that. And we're very disappointed in all of the people who bitched admitted Mitch and bitched and continue to bitch online, but never showed up to the meaning and didn't bother to watch it online. I get some people couldn't make it. But watch it online, you know, that brings up a point for we close out. Shouldn't people who watch online be able to have a voice? Well, Costa Mesa let them but see. I don't think they're system allows for that. It doesn't. So why not go to like something Exume and pay for it? Because because. The city staff are pretty geriatric when a build some think that it would be of them a headache because then people can raise their hand the can be called on because they're all looking at a computer screen. They would almost have to have an electric card submission that goes to the city clerk, and she'd have to have it on like an ipad or something with Paker sore shins and take them in order. Yeah. I don't know it seems necessary because people aren't getting their voices heard if they submitted electrically they wouldn't be able to skip the box telling the city clerk, what agenda item they wanted to speak on making a required field. And in fact, you know, what we want to know how you save this whole paper versus electron IQ thing. Put a couple of pad kiosks around the room. Oh, yeah. I think people go and fill up the form there. They don't have to print this shit out. And it's done and over with just think just think of the tracking information you could get out of that. Because okay of all the people we speak. You said there was sixteen of 'em at spoke about the homeless shelter. Right. Fifteen from park one from Anaheim. Right. Just think about those demographics you fill out in the card. What city you live in? Right. And then they know if people from Anaheim or people from Cyprus or people from Fullerton, our concern about something Brenna park is doing and I don't know that they should change what they're doing because another city is angry. But I think it's worth considering knowing about like at the depth of what you're saying. But that's my point. You would just do away with the paper altogether. Visit you're going to have an online system for people to raise. Their hand and turning the common car. Do. We the volume is. We'll just have everybody using electron comment card, and then all she has to do. In fact, you know, it'd be great about that. There are all timestamped. Well, just think so you'd know exactly when it was turned in just think about the accuracy of the information provided and the fact that every card it'd be one hundred percent filled out. There wouldn't be any of those issues. They'd get to they get to track things. They know if you got up and talked at every single meeting they'd be able to see that. And they'd be like this, dude. He's really concerned about what's going on in the city or he's just really big Astle one or the other. Well, I was one of the observations that I had though. Some of the people who I've knocking to name names. But some of the people who I haven't really liked very much like don't give me a good feeling is a better way to put it. I finally figured out. It's because they're kind of politician. And you know, me, I don't like the whole politician. He thing right. That's one of the reasons why like Gary Johnson so much as he's just so laid back until like, yeah. Whatever man, whatever happens. Right. And I don't like them when aerial stiff all that politician. And that's what happens is you can see them grandstanding. Yeah. No, we've gotten off on a different tangent. And you were saying you would make your head major last point. Well, it's not a different tangent. Though, it's related to what you were saying didn't say different ten, and I said whole tangent. But any event so many things that you could disagree with. But the best part was up people having their voices heard that was the best part. And you're right. That's why it's a travesty that it happened at the end of the meeting rather than being moved to a more reasonable part where people who finally gave up and left could have had their voices be heard when we went to the open house, and we learned that this thing just dawned on me, go ahead. The city did it want. It put out on social media that they were having that meeting that open house, and they didn't want to notify they didn't wanna. Notify like all the people, and you heard the comments about how that seems really unreasonable. It feels like they're not communicating. It feels like they're hiding things from us by doing what they did at the city council meeting and putting it at the very end it kind of supports that it feels like they're hiding something or job. But I realized what else a realized something I thought about it. At least as far as people who followed directions. The really were only sixteen people who registered to talk for that. Because not a single person was called and not there. So if there let's say they were supposed to be fifty people. Why would have expected thirty four names to be called out and not be there? However, you can still put in comment cards all the way up until the agenda item. Technically, some people might have waited some people might have waited. But. It doesn't prove much. That's the point that I'm. I don't know. I feel I feel like it was a mistake for the for the same reason as it was a mistake not to make that open house public to the entirety of Bonaparte. All the mistake. Here is that you're not having transparency, even though you know, what I'm again, I'm not saying that you're hiding something. I'm saying that you are giving the appearance that you're transparent the perception. Right. It's like when that one elected official who had been appointed to her position. Came to me one a third opening after they had just appointed to people in a row and asked me what I thought a point another person or hold a special election, and I looked at her and I didn't even answer the question. I just said all I can tell you is if you appoint another person the city's going to begin to wonder what you're up to. Think about it. I always say after learn to count to three you go learn to count three. Well, if you take over, and then you appoint three total people, right? You've just now appointed your count to three group. Well. Yeah. I don't know. I feel like I feel like the city council has to be very careful to even if they're being completely transparent to not appear like they're not being Kabila transparent. And unfortunately, right now, they're looking a little shady. They're being perceived as a little bit shady. And here's what I find interesting. So the one character. You know, there's three three that are Ben there and to that have not. So we're only talking about the three that have been there. Right. The one character. Had not a lot to say except point out that. Comments about them not wanting the shelter near their home is bogus. Because so far he's leaning in favor of it. And he gave his reasons it was a whole judge Carter stuff and. They told a story about see how those people getting chased that park. Yeah. Guess where they're gonna go go to your park now because you can't enforce your into camping ordinance because you don't have shelter. So in any event, he made his whole statement at the end, but other than that he had nothing to say the whole meeting. Right. He was. Then there was. The other one and she. Yeah, I gave it away on purpose. Seemed concerned. Like seem mostly in favor of the shelter. Right. Didn't say yes, or no kind of always holds their cards close to their chest. But seemed like they were leaning that way like from some comments that were made. No that person is very pro homeless. Yes. That's why exactly that's a good point. But bottom line. Kind of gave off that air. You know, like, and then he says how he's frustrated that he can't answer questions and wants to do this the other thing. Okay. Well, that to me proves one hundred percent without a shadow of a doubt that they want to be as transparent as possible, right? They're just not succeeding at it. Here's the thing. I know what people are going to go conspiracy theory. He thinks the two new people are the problem now actually don't because none of the two new people was directly involved in any of the issues. In fact, as much as it pains me to say both of the new people seemed kind concerned. About like, okay. Look, I get that. It's more costly to go to a place over here. But before you put this place in you got to solve this little issue right here. So the police departments need to meet and talk about that. Right. All right. That's proactive. That's like saying, you know what? Public's worrying about this. So let's fix it. Before we commit to a decision on this issue. So I was pretty smart. I thought that was that was welded well done, but that proves that they're being transparent. They're just making bullshit mistakes. Allowing people talk when they're not supposed to be talking about the issue. Like, I said, I don't think they're not being transparent. I think it's all a perception. They're not giving it good perception right now. 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Still No Winner

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Still No Winner

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This is why we have mark remillard on from abc news Reporting here for a kfi. We'll get into all the details of this in a moment but Mark how are you. Hey guys how're you doing. we're good so What is the current state of the battle. What yes yeah. So this The the counts are ongoing. Right now. The overall electoral map looks favourably upon. Joe biden Because of his lead right now in arizona and nevada along with the projections this afternoon in wisconsin and michigan that he has won those states that if that holds if he holds arizona and nevada that puts him on a path to two hundred seventy electoral votes. Exactly now obviously. There's still the outstanding votes in pennsylvania. But it may not matter if biden can secure that state or not or if president trump can hold it because if these votes stand in nevada and arizona biden would have the to seventy. He needs now. Certainly the campaign would like to take pennsylvania his home state and get themselves some cushion but Either way the map right now looking favorably upon joe biden right so if trump wins pennsylvania and i think he still has about a six point lead there and swimming holds georgia north carolina which has been very slow gets up to sixty eight. It'll be two seventy for biden to sixty eight for trump. So he needs to win nevada or arizona and he's down in both. Yep that's what it comes down to the and and the key reasons here being these very crucial battleground states that Biden has appeared to flip obviously in wisconsin and michigan as well as era zona. That was a twenty sixteen state which is interesting. This is coming down because last night. When president trump spoke he seemed to dismiss arizona as needed yet. Here he is that if he does not capture nevada or arizona then he presumably will lose the election and then also amazingly that. It's coming down this close but also let's not forget the second electoral vote in the congressional district of nebraska. Also yet being flipped. Knicks explained that. I don't think people have any idea that maine and nebraska have weird ways of a ways of dividing allocating. That's the word for allocating the electoral votes and is at work in nebraska. Yeah so in nebraska and maine They give electoral votes based on The winner of the state but also based on The winner of some congressional districts and so in nebraska. There are five total electoral votes. President trump has taken. I believe four of those but the second electoral vote in the congressional district within nebraska is largely the omaha area which is more urban and was polling certainly to be a favourite for biden to recapture that hillary clinton lost that in two thousand sixteen and sure enough that has projected to be the case so amazingly that one electoral vote could be significant. If biden loses pennsylvania holds arizona and nevada that one electoral vote could be the reason that he reaches to seventy instead of tie at two sixty nine to sixty nine right. Legal maneuvers yes. Yes so we're already starting to see some from president trump and his campaign There's been two lawsuits of the trump campaign says it's filed in michigan and pennsylvania essentially arguing that they don't believe they're getting meaningful access to watching the ballot counting process now on site and according to the election officials. There's been nothing untoward and that they've had access to all the other You know the biden campaign has and just like the two parties have which is part of the counting process here but the trump campaign arguing that They're not getting that meaningful access to verify and watch these workers as they count these ballots to ensure that you know nothing. Nefarious is happening. So they're alleging that but again at the same time they're alleging that in pennsylvania. They're also still alleging that they've won the state. But you know there's a million ballots. Both candidates spy law. Are they required to allow both candidates teams to observe the process. Yes so both candidates. And then i believe re representatives also from both parties so you not just not just trump's campaign providing campaign people but republican party people and democratic party people so have a mix so the the trump people are claiming that in pennsylvania and michigan. They've let the democrats in the room. But they locked the door on the republican observers. Yeah but that's that's simply not the case. I mean i don't know that that's exactly what they're alleging. Actually i'll amend that. What they're alleging is that they're in the room but they're too far away that they're they're they're they're in the room and and that they just can't see everything that's occurring down the room whether that be because of covid restrictions or they say that they've just been stonewalled so that's part of their argument here and now they have not publicly or i have not publicly seen the the lawsuit that they've put out so not sure exactly how they're alleging this or whatever but this is what they held a press. Conference rudy giuliani. Just held a press conference here in philadelphia short time ago and kind of explain this and pam bondi who is the former attorney general of florida. I believe she kinda laid out that argument but that wouldn't change the count necessarily unless they were able to demand a recount. Right right something. Dirty was going on right. But the but the thinking. I i think the thinking is for the trump campaign is you're watching president. Trump's lead crumble in pennsylvania at the moment and so they want to stop the count and as president trump even said last night. You know the ballot counting You know needs to stop. Now they've characterized this as almost as if they're new votes coming in but that's not really the case. These are ballots that were cast before election day or on election day. So you know. Obviously that remains to be seen whether or not. There's any merit to these lawsuits. But they're already beginning that process all right mark. Thank you thank you very much. Yep thanks for having me. Guys remark remillard. Abc news reporting for kfi. There's another ruckus. The trump campaign is creating about arizona. Arizona was called very early in the evening by fox news. I was there and then actually watching it in the room. I was vacuuming. actually possession. desk. He was at one of those maps and suddenly he. What's his name. Fox anchors he jilted back said wait we've called arizona for biden. What what that was. That was a trump state and trump one and it was called really early and last night. Nobody else called arizona and the trump campaign started calling fox screaming at them. What are you doing is no reason for this. And then everybody went to bed and still own. It called arizona and now this morning. The associated press called arizona for affordable for biden. Mavinga biden moment. Here but still nobody else had now. It's interesting i heard today. Driving in i wanted to cable channels is that the trump campaign is claiming that there's about six hundred thousand votes yet to be counted mail in ballots and that according to their analysis trump is going to win sixty five percent of those and that would put him over the top in arizona. I heard the fox decision desk be interviewed about this issue. And they said no. That group of ballots yet to be counted is going to break for biden fifty five forty five because you so much of the trump campaign is about bravado just making declarations and whether there's evidence or not but it always puts everybody on defense this assault so the the trump people are ripping a new one on fox and fox is gone now now now. That's so we'll have. We'll have to see. I don't know if there's any special knowledge that trump people have how they know it's from maricopa county. Which is the phoenix area. Which broke heavily for biden. It's much more democratic than it used to be also a story that a lawyer assisting the trump campaign is looking at balanced filled out with sharpies trump supporters. He says use sharpies were their votes of being thrown out. They want a new look taking the sharpie vote according to the local registrar. That shouldn't be an issue. There you go. So there's a sharpie contention versus the old ballpoint pen nutty all right but you're right. They do make declarations. Everybody said that he wouldn't go down. Oh fight no last night. He nance victory biden. I held back. Say we're gonna wait. We're going to hold. So he was the red mirage. Personally the orange. Well we'll talk more about a lot of good stuff. Let's say there's a lot of shades of the california. Two thousand eighteen voted what happened. We'll explain coming up. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt. Ken chiampou it's kfi am six forty lives everywhere on the iheartradio app. Well let's see Just quick graphic on fox trump campaign confident and path to victory. Know where it's show me this path. I it's full of trees and brush. I don't see it clearly. Yeah well again you know. Let's see what are they doing. Michigan are they. Want to recount at michigan recanted. Michigan on recount wisconsin and pennsylvania to stop. Because they think. There's something fishy going on with extra ballots being dumped in. They think there's too many biden votes. They got mailed in stop in the mail in last night. That trump was going to say because he was ahead michigan wisconsin. I stopped the voting. I tell you the virus just ruined everything for trump. He got more votes this year than last time but but biden now by got more votes than clinton do the turnout was probably hire a question of how much higher all of the criticism about trump. He actually increased his fan base. He knew he increased his anti fan. Best to some budgets are saying the republicans actually did well in this election. trump did not They kept looks like getting to keep the senate. Yeah which to me is really important. Picked up some house seats about that. Yeah because because the senate will block the john kobylt increase that i was fearing. Oh and so that that'll come to an end and they'll they'll block the green new deal so i get to keep my card by cow and they're going to block any crazy people from being appointed to the to biden's cabinet so that that's like. I felt a lot better after i heard. We're going to have divided government well because otherwise the progressives would go nuts and be like california i mean. I don't think of these lawsuits amount to anything you know. It's up to the states to declare their victories to oversee elections. I don't really see their point of this but it was predicted by just about everyone that both sides would probably call on legal help there. There's one lawsuit. That's interesting. But i don't know if it really would have a major effect on count and you're digging through your pile. Well it's national review. Did a long piece on it. Because it's headed for the us supreme court and probably very soon because the pennsylvania supreme court which is about. How many days have right it. The way the law was written. It's that they would count any ballots that arrived by election. Date eighty eight pm which is all right so the ballot arrived. The next day wasn't going to count and then they changed it that no account for three days afterwards even if there's no postmark on it how crazy is that. But as long as they get it within three smog as they get it within three days after even if there's no postmark and so. That's the gist. Where the there was already a lawsuit now. The trump administration has joined it. Because that's where you get it that's insanity and what are their arguments is that the pennsylvania supreme court cannot right election law and rewrite. The legislature has allowed. Can i say that. Whatever that is that'll be for future elections not going to undo the results of pennsylvania and have a revote not undo them but they could declare those ballots. invalid and their natural. They're actually stint in the learnings. Actually it's it's too complicated again too. But the original complaint went to one supreme court. Justice samuel alito. And he said okay. This is too late to decide. Now put these ballots and sequester them like you could counter the count them but put in a separate room and then after the election will fight this out and you're saying that was done and done accurately and every vote place in pennsylvania. I didn't say that sounds like magic. That's what he demanded them. Really sequester all the sequester room. You know all the nervous like you. I'm in a bit of a bubble. It's not a trump bubble. The nervous biden people asking. I said look. We can see what's going to happen and it's kind of what happened in two thousand eighteen with the vote we were looking at it and actually orange county to that. The delayed vote is always democrat. So you know the vote that still hadn't been tabulated comes from the larger cities with there's just more votes and it takes longer to get through them and i said that doesn't bode well for trump in places like michigan wisconsin. Pennsylvania has got a whole lot of outstanding vote in the philadelphia area. Now again we just told you that trump is up. He's up fifty two to forty seven or forty eight in that state right now but the margin is it. Looks like sitting around two hundred thousand votes. Two hundred thousand this hundreds of thousands of votes. It could be still attack that philadelphia. Area trump gets clobbered in detroit in milwaukee in philadelphia. So that's why all those leads disappear right you. There's nothing you can do about. They vote democratic and they vote by mail because these third party people they took votes. Jo jorgensen and howie hawkins get outta here. I see them pop. Some of the states where it's very close margins. I dunno. Well it's a free country crazy. Run to idaho. And i was looking at the results coming in last night. I said oh. Screw the west. The west is doing the wrong. We new california. Washington oregon. I said oh no arizona's going down. Nevada is probably going to go. Yeah this california infection is bleeding all over and you. I think it is. I think it's people moved from california to nevada arizona those people shop in texas and they did make l. taxes kinda tight. Yeah tight for california's bleeding. All these all these kooks and and they laughed because of disastrous progressive policies. They moved to other states. That are perfectly nice and clean and then they vote the same way over again. Well it is. It's it's like the corona virus down. Well i have a feeling some of them were progressive people. But they couldn't buy a house here and just decided did go to a place where they could buy a house progressive politics with them right well except the progressive. Politics is one of the reasons. The housing costs so much. Because there's so much regulation that prevents contractors from building new developments for environmental reasons. Some of the locals in those states you mentioned they do call in california -cation. They think that some of those political left people have come here. They're trying to turn our state that yeah the key on fornication. We'll take a look at the ballot propositions if other races when we come back john and ken show and we also have to get into just how awful the polls were for the second presidential cycle row. Boy were they stinkers. I don't want to hear about polling for the rest of my life. John and ken show john kobylt ken. Chiampou kfi am. Six forty live on the iheartradio app escaped mental patient. Kanye west has conceded defeat in the presidential race. That's good that's well. It's unexpected promises to run in two thousand twenty four got sixty thousand votes across the country. He was a vp on this ballot. Did you see that. I know i don't know why. And he was complaining about it or something. But i didn't really read the details as to how that happened. Filled in the wrong space on the form is that right. I made that up. I don't know it's a good one. Speaking of annoying people. It appears with a nearly ninety percent of the vote counted. Josh newman is returning to sacramento. But is that ballot. Harvesting doesn't say. Alice afraid josh neumann you may remember was Was the deciding. Vote to pass the gas tax increase a few years ago and we helped get him recalled and he was elected in two thousand sixteen. He voted for the gas tax and twenty seventeen recalled in two thousand eighteen and twenty twenty. And it looks like he's going to take the seat back from ling ling. Chang lost newman. The first time became the replacement for the recall and then as losing again. I think it's fifty two percent to forty eight percent with eighty eight point seven percent of the vote count. So this is fullerton right. Yeah it's around anaheim fullerton. Yeah the district is a little bit of la county a little bit of i think riverside county but it's mostly centered around ten with all the employment in that area from disney and knott's berry farm being closed up and all the hotels and restaurants with all the unemployment they vote for josh newman who they kicked out for raising the gas tax. There ought to be an investigation there or you know what at some point. You people deserve the misery you have you really do first of all. Regardless of his political opinions. He is a first class gold plated fool. he's done he is a dope runs around in a bear outfit. I you can't be taken seriously as a joke. No he's he's a joke. I i you know. I know complaints from fullerton. Please write about this any state issues digging your own grave there by the way just as a side note. John morlock is also in trouble. I saw he's also losing fifty two percent to forty eight percent to his challenge. He is at state senate seat. He is one of the smartest. Most rational level-headed fair-minded state. Legislators we've ever had on the show. I he's really got one of the sharpest minds. And that's what i'm saying. There's there's got to be bar ballot harvesting here that that's ridiculous if you can't appreciate how insane. Josh newman. his and how smart john morlock is. You're you're you should have your voting rights revoked now. We're in crazy land now with the ballot propositions people borrowing so. Yeah the stem cell. Research looks like a winter. it's Right now fifty one to forty nine again. They're only saying seventy one point six one precincts reporting so. None of these are a certainty. We can tell you what's looking but so far we're beaten back that the than attack on prop thirteen and fourteen is going down to defeat proposition. Fifteen i should say yeah so This was the big tax on commercial property. And it's losing it was. It was a pretty good night for propositions yeah proposition sixteen the return of quotas and affirmative action. That's that's going to lose. That's already been called failed is actually on the checkmark next. This in the la times failed failed. So they're not calling prop fourteen and fifteen but they're calling sixteen affirmative action returning. Nope prop seventeen allowing parolees to vote. Yes good lord. The prop eighteen which would allow some seventeen year olds to vote. That's losing they haven't called it yet. At these are seventeen year old would be eighteen by time. The general election would let them vote in the primary bright. But i just thought it's funny because i was looking in it's like our prop seventeen parolees vote but that though seventeen year olds if If you're at a murder conviction are i are. You could vote but if you're seventeen and you're actually interested in voting. No no no. No no can't have that prop nineteen which we were against because it had a poison pill in dealing with property pass down in your estate. The family members getting heavily taxed. This is the one where the people came on. Tv who lost their homes in a fire and they wanted to be able to take their property tax base with them to their new home. It's on its way to passing not called yet. It's one of those things too complicated for most people to understand our prop twenty was defeated easily. It has failed. That's the one that would have closed the big problems with prop forty seven prop fifty-seven dumping billet lost big time. Sixty two to thirty eight. What's what's the reason for this. They sold it as don't spend more money on the prison guards. And i worked on people. People don't realize the commercials off people. Don't read the propositions do they. They don't read them. They don't look for information. That explains them. They actually get influenced by stupid. Tv commercials because under no circumstances should that lose in any rational world especially in a year where they bounce affirmative action. They block a property tax increase. They block rent rent control. Why would they decide that. The failed policies which have largely created the homeless situation in the street. Because put all that together. I know it's it's that is that people don't read and and things are too complicated about time. Everybody knows that property crimes are way up way they know about that loophole and prop forty seven. That lake people to steal up to nine hundred fifty dollars worth of startup. Forty-seven in effect legalized shoplifting. Legalize shoplifting as long as you still under nine hundred and fifty dollars and even if you do they don't arrest you for it because there's no penalty misdemeanors are not prosecuted often. Or if they are you get no jail time because the jails are full and so a chance to roll that back and people go now now let them let them keep Jaap lifting. I had back. Why don't we raise the about shoplifting. You can have on blah. The rent controlled thing went down. They keep trying that. Yeah the lift to companies got a big win. Prop twenty two. The most money spent ever on a proposition passed easily as great people again. The unions failed to destroy the kidney industry to the dialysis companies. The consumer privacy ruled things past. Nobody even knew what that was and one good sign. On criminal justice reform people said no to ending cash bail. That's what that's what i'm saying. They said no unending cash-back. They said no rolling back basically the realization of shoplifting. There wasn't a lot of money. Spent on prop twenty five and it was the bail agents have got this on the ballot and i just think that that one was easier for people to understand. I don't think they made the connection that you were talking about with the crimes and prop twenty s ability to try to do something about this bad lie. Tell you all a lot of the property. Crime and a lot of the homelessness has to do with prop forty and that was a extremely deceptive campaign as well and deceptive title and summary. And i guess they must have mucked up the understanding a prop twenty as well a lot but a difficult state. That was a pretty good night. Though as far as i'm concerned it really and the ballot measures weren't that bad considering how they usually could go and tell to the vote. What's interesting on the right side on most of them notice this when i first came california back in the nineties is that when california's vote on propositions they're much more conservative than how they vote on politicians. And i've quite understood that unless it's just such animosity to the republican brand name but when they vote on individual. I like back in the nineties. They voted for prop one eighty seven to deny What was it Schooling and medical care to legal immigrants. Remember and then they they passed. No more -firmative action. They passed no more bilingual education and other stuff and as funny as i like they vote for democrats overwhelmingly but then even now in twenty twenty you put up some conservative or propositions and they go for them are more coming up john and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt. Ken chiampou kfi am six. Forty live everywhere on the iheartradio. Aft- the mois line is gonna retarded a couple of days. You may have a few things to say about the election results. Leave it on the voice line at one eight. Seven seven voiced eighty six one eight seven seven six six four seven eight eight six. The new york post is just run a story that pennsylvania is key as trump's path to victory narrows with michigan wisconsin losses. Well i guess we talked about this earlier the hour. We'd have to have the vata go his way right. They tomorrow who were or reverse arizona because there are six hundred thousand ballots still to be counted. That is true but Trump's people were but they really put on the bravado. The campaign manager bill stepien Just flat out said gonna we're gonna win and he said that arizona has six hundred thousand ballots in trump's gonna get two thirds of them roughly and everybody else is saying no. He's not solvency. See we'll count. They'll they'll count them and we'll we'll find out but they are I don't know if they're acting or they really believed their own gas. It's always hard to tell but if you don't people may not remember but we've been following this all day but technically georgia and north carolina state called no tilting towards trump. Yeah i i heard one report. The biden camp Is not optimistic. That north carolina and holding their breath on georgia. They just say or. I saw story last night. That a lot of people in some of the cities we're still lined up to vote or sending in their votes and stuff like that and supposedly out of the uncounted votes in georgia counties. But i don't know if you're standing outside in the polls close you ought to go home. Didn't plan your day. Well sometimes people just can't get to the polls into time. That's what i did the primary too long the line. I didn't have time at home. I didn't vote. I know you were disenfranchised disenfranchised by the way i don't wanna hear anything about disenfranchisement or voter suppression or any of that nonsense because Over one hundred fifty million people voted. Yes largest vote in history by got more votes than any president presidential candidate history and trump got more votes than he did millions more votes than he did last time so the only lost by two or three percent. That's how much he's down in the national popular vote really la times dorn saif. Usc said it was going to be eleven points. They did have it. Their final poll had eleven points. Most of the polls. I looked at the monday and tuesday. Were between eight and nine point. Sox fox said ten points boy. They stink. don't they the right now. You're forty eight point. One percent trump fifty point three percent biden that it's just a two point two percent swing probably gonna end point to yes and that that points out what i had said because most of the pundits said if you're win the national by more than five percent there should be an easy path electoral college but but biden is not winning. She'll vote by eight percent so it's not an easy path and and who got a lot of these states right or was very close. Is that guy from the trafalgar group. It was all over tv and everybody. Who's making fun of him on the weekend. When he said things were going to be very tight end and trump was going to win florida. Well and trump is yeah. Isn't it ironic that the two states that trump squeaked out in two thousand sixteen her squeak in the other way this time. Yes wisconsin and michigan. Yeah it it's it's by winning those two states by not much more than trump. Did that exactly. I was looking at before. Not by a heck of a lot more than trump bits. It's basically a fifty fifty country and it's kind of luck over which way the the winner goes in the turn out all the out turn turn turn biden. Did is what. Hillary couldn't do a few more people to show up his people in those key states to push him head trump even though trump may have gotten more people to turn people did not build up thirty years of animosity and hatred towards biden. The way he did towards hillary right that was a huge different and people were much more panicked. After four years of trump to try to stop the insanity that they perceived think between the pandemic and trump. It did push more people devote this year. He would have won without without the virus. Economy would have stayed strong. And the the really wouldn't been much of an argument a because apparently his crowd is not bothered by his personality. At all which is what. I thought i didn't. I didn't think anybody really changed their mind. On trump headed in the first time you hate it in the second time you liked him the first time he's still. Did you know that we got more new people here in an in different places. Well i think a lot of people a number of people that that even voted for him were worn out by him. But it's binary choice right. Do you wanna go down. The biden path of some of the socialist tugging at him. Or do you want to just stick with the guy. And that's what bothered me. Most about by his career is fairly modern. What i still worry about is first of all he might fall over right and then we got camel airs and i really do think that's going to happen sooner than later. And then if he had a democratic congress then off kinds of crazy nonsense. Then you'd have the california -cation of america They they'd give it a real good shot. And if this senate hold on to being republican than you know going to mitigate most of it yup and then don't be surprised if in two years the usual thing happens. Americans are not happy with the incumbent party and even the house could turn back who knows step on working. That's happened every president first term these the mid tier of elections. I've got more coming up. John and ken show debra mark has the news. Kfi am six forty john. Ken show john kobylt ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Welcome everybody As expected the trump's are not going to go away quietly. Apparently even the sons are out there screaming about fraud particularly in pennsylvania. It's all they're doing. It appears though it's possible that trump could still win pennsylvania but the lose this election. They update coming from this morning. This afternoon is that. Joe biden may only be nevada away from getting his two hundred seventy electoral votes depending on what you're looking at. And he's sitting at two sixty four because michigan and wisconsin have been put in his column. Even though trump is questioning he wants to recount them. Wisconsin questioning things about the michigan vote. Count the rally. Some issues in arizona wisconsin and michigan. The margin is too great most likely for a recount to matter. Like what recounts of never overturned again that. What did you see due in two thousand sixteen. Hillary didn't she called for a recount. Known you remember the green party candidate. Jill stein called for a wisconsin recount. Which went nowhere. I do remember that three night. You say that yeah michigan. I think is thirty. Five thousand votes in biden's favor that they're not gonna find thirty five thousand fouled ballot sir to turn over the. That's that's not gonna happen now. Some networks still have not called and there still is six hundred thousand ballots that need to be counted. They're supposed to have an update at six. Pm our time and then again at twelve thirty in the morning this is arizona arizona. Yeah now and if that is supposed to announce tomorrow they'll be done. And here's what happened and biden is ahead in that state and supposedly some of the untabulated vote is in the more urban parts of the vata pretty sparse. But yeah he's up by about eight thousand last. I saw which sounds small except in nevada. That's big. it's big doesn't have that many voters so at said both sides are announcing that they're going to win them so we do this coming in. We talked about the outside of the show yesterday. That trump pretty much had to do what he did in two thousand sixteen. There wasn't a lot of margin for error flip a biden state or rather democrat state that hillary one and twenty sixteen So then he had to really hold onto michigan wisconsin and He does not appear that he's going to. He's going to stay almost did almost it. Almost to both sides turned out. More people that we've talked about. Yeah he he got. He got his people out all the idiots in the media who insisted he was turning america off. He turned more people on to vote for him this time four years ago and headline every day at the also time how suburban women are turning away from trump. He's losing his space thrill turned off. And you know what our votes you know. What else is all you need to know. He not by the way that was the headlines. Last night things were a little shallow. I was looking at some of the websites recovering the election. They didn't get the blue wave so they seem to sort of subdued. How's that for. Yeah right i know. That's the second blue wave in a row that they didn't get right expected a blue wave and twenty eighteen but the republicans added to picking up more seats in the senate remember and then we had this blue wave and didn't really materialize in california. Two thousand eighteen knock it out almost every republican caucus. We have but he did not get one nationwide right now here. Here's this because one of the things we heard you know for five and a half years. Since trump came down. The escalator was racist racist racist. Well according to an exit poll from the edison company support for trump rose among blacks asians and latinos. The vote from black men went from thirteen to eighteen percent. Right cartier almost one out of every five black men voted for trump. Black women support went from four to eight percent. He doubled share of his gave. Voters the latino vote was up both male and female in fact in one county zapata county texas. He beat biden fifty two to forty seven. The county's population is nearly ninety five percent hispanic and hillary one that two to one and latino voters in miami dade county helped give trump in in cuba. This southern part of florida despite endless charges of being a racist a white supremacist immigrant anti hispanic and on and on and on he increased his support significantly among black men w. support from a black women increased significantly among hispanics doubled his support among gay people. I mean you're the trump haters are subdued. Because they really wanted him to be washed away completely they wanted this to be a landslide and i saw some column titles this morning. People are shocked. That trump got this many votes. What's wrong with this country. Still racist people out there. How could they dare vote for trump. how did he get any among black. Voters looks wrong with america. Looks like almost twenty percent of black men in black fuse joe. Biden's analysis did. They are so intolerant. There they actually have this this code enforcement that if if if you're black you must vote for trump. You must vote against trump. you're not black and if you're white and you vote for trump racist. You don't what white women the vote went up to. He lost a demographic he lost a few points in white men of all things. That's the only major racial demographic that he lost him. White men go figure that so everything we get. Fed is wrong. And i'm starting to really resent this let alone let alone the absurd polling. I mean everybody ought to be going out of business here. They had an average of all the national surveys on monday. Night had biden winning by seven points. He's gonna win by about two. They had biden winning florida by a point. Trump's winning that by three and a half biden leads trump by hair in wisconsin. That was almost a seven point lead in the polls for biden Trump had a one point edge in the polls in ohio. He wanted by eight florida. Some gave trump and thirty percent chance to win florida at the outset of the vote yesterday. He won florida and he one quick enough that that was one of the first ones to come in over the states up for grabs. Trump had a two point average Lead in iowa according to the polls he won by eight so they missed big at iowa. Big in ohio. Miss big in wisconsin missed big and florida. Missed big overall. I mean that the damn l. a. times has the nerve to lecture. Anybody really support yesterday. Usc dorn saif a bunch of geniuses their eleven point victory eleven points fox news ten point victory for biden and then abc washington post had wisconsin. Seventeen point lead for biden. That was just last week. Seventeen point lead. I don't know how anybody takes this industry seriously right now. Literally trump is about three million votes behind biden or about two percent two point two percent which by the way that's about what he lost a hillary by the way the cards fell this time and dams of where the votes were in the states. Where they were. I mean again. Wisconsin michigan was all right there but biden interested out whereas trump interested out and twenty sweet. We have as close to a fifty fifty country as you can possibly get and it's now been through two big election cycles and now what i'm wondering is who's the next republican who picks up trump's mantle. Here are they gonna go back to the boring guys like mike pence or jeb bush marco rubio nobody is ever going to have trump's personality and charisma and what's the over under on how before biden is carried away. I pick under two years. you do. y'all gonna go with under two years two years. I was gonna say about two and a half right after the midterm elections and twenty twenty two look really pale and weak and he won't be appearing anywhere and it's amazing. That was almost zero discussion about that doubt. We really should have been debating. Debating trump versus kamala harris. He was wondering when he was going to get his. Congratulations call from dick nixon. The today i won't we come back a major disappointment los angeles county. It looks like jackie. Lacey will lose the la county da race that is really a blow beaumont justice system plane. The streets are going to get worse and more violent. You'll see johnny. Ken show kfi. Johnny ken show john kobylt ken. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. People are sending me links to stories like the following in one milwaukee voting district. They have found that there were more votes for president than there are registered voters. many more. i didn't click the link. I've learned not to do that. You'll probably get aristo aren't you. Yeah no i tell you fraud you need when you have to overturn tens of thousands of votes. Yeah you lost my thought you believe in fraud. So i do. I do especially in california. I believe that there could be significant. Fraud well why wouldn't there be. If you're mailing ballots everywhere and you see anybody can fill them out. No id is required. I mean there's bad guy's ripping us off all day credit card scams and phishing scams online. But they're making money at it. You're saying these people have to be paid to pull this off because sure otherwise. What's the benefit they would. They would be paid by something. Get their assemblymen elected. No they'd get they get paid by the big money operatives. It's those political action committees. It says those the the dark money it stuff happens. We accept that there's evil in everything but we don't think there could be evil in the voting process which i find fascinating all day long. What are we all doing deleting all kinds of scams in our email box right. Yeah but we have fake emails coming from Your bank your credit card. Companies and and Vary of fake sparked. My wife topple the whole system. And we'd have to start felt right. I wipe voter. Id and you want people only voting in person than yeah now yes. That's the way. It should be voted. it's really radical the thing what we denver You know a couple of hundred years yet to show up in person and you have to show your id but we didn't show id here is shown ide- we should have some state never should focus california's corrupt. That's why i didn't think when. I was in new jersey. I remember show any idea how it should be. Absolute an assist talk about an aspect of that coming up after the news at three. Thirty gavin newsom thinks. The state should go all mail in. All of this is working. This system out here is working out. Great ballot harvesting all mail in ballots. This they know the democrats know how to how to do this and they do it really well. They wrote the laws that allow formerly illegal methods vote collecting to become legal and they execute really well and they. They run everything. Jackie lacey appears to have been defeated in her efforts for a third term as los angeles county district attorney at the moment. The tabulation is fifty four percent for gascoyne and forty six percent for lacy she's down a couple hundred thousand votes at of a will almost three million cast so it's not likely i don't know old yet but i don't understand that at all. She's got forty eight percent in the primary but don't split his vote with some other woman. That was another progress defender razi person so he probably gobbled up all her votes and with the extra people that voted because it's twenty twenty two pedic. It's trump on the ballot. They just went for guests cone and his cat. I don't understand. I mean jackie lacey is been a terrific prosecutor. She's very smart. She's generally done the right thing. She We've had her on the show a number of times. She's can explain anything in. Great detail is very fair. she just got caught. This mad ias of The criminal justice system is racist. It is madness. It's mattis because she didn't she hasn't prosecute all the cops because not all cops did anything wrong and you have to be able to prove it first of all. I didn't prosecute cops either by the way now. He's a phony when he was san francisco. He's he's an opportunist in a phony he's being bankrolled by the same people that have gotten far left wing district attorneys all over the country. Right it you know that that. That's a whole underground movement. That's exactly what. I'm talking about underground money. That's practically untraceable because they move it from one Public action nonprofit to another public action nonprofit. You can't find the source of the money because it it's one group starts second group third group moved the money around it ends up in gascons campaign or some nonprofit that supports gascoyne going or political action committee that sports gas. But it's all coming from a billionaire guy and that's how they got the crazy person in san francisco. That's how they get the crazy person in portland in seattle in philadelphia. They have one of these. And that's how it works. That's why absolutely believe you could pull it off and cause some damage in elections. Basically this is what the damage is here. Here's the damage for you. That harvesting will produce something like george gas cohn. We got more coming up john and ken. Kfi this is pretty good. Pollsters now doing polls on how many people lied to pollsters. That'd be good glenn. Bolger is a republican pollster public opinion strategies. He's already finished a post-election. Paul already done found that nineteen percent of trump voters say they kept their support for trump quiet compared to just eight percent of biden voters. What if you lie about lying. We have to do another poll on that. Because it's a poster and you hate them so you'll lie. Whatever they tell you the opposite of the truth Actually tied your trump vote. But now you're gonna say you did. This story just came out. This is pretty good. Because it's a they've been they've been talking to a bunch of pollsters as to what happened because th they blow it all right. The blew badly and and the democrats for a lot of insider democrats are really devastated about the overlap. Tom even though biden might win. Remember most of them are not big biden fans right. they're much more progressive. Is this old. Pisa debris from the nineteen seventies. So they're not all. You're not excited about him and they they. They've lost five seats at least in the house. They're not going to get the senate back and they really were expecting the mother of all blue waves that all the trump patriot was going to carry the entire republican party out to see and it. It's a bit of a stalemate because without the senate bides not going to be able to get anything done and they went through all the polling discrepancies that we talked about earlier and one major problem pollster found was that public pollsters rely in calling adults and screening their sample to likely voters based on. How responded say that they will ultimately act rather than their actual history of voting. It's much easier to tell a stranger that you will vote then to actually vote this poster said. I don't know what i'm gonna do next weekend. Let alone next year. I feel that's true with most people. People don't know their behavior. A lot of people don't even know if they're registered to vote and and just identifying somebody who's a democrat or republican is less important than figuring out what their previous actions were during elections for example many casual voters will declare themselves to be a democrat but then vote republican because they like a particular candidate or there's a recent news development and. I think it's really important that people who are immersed in following the news at immersed in politics really junkies don't understand how the vast majority of people out there aren't really paying attention. They don't really know what's going on. They they tune in at big moments like a debate or some major news story but a lot of the stuff that all these insiders carry on a boat of the public isn't even aware of it and you know. The internal polling was off to for the candidates biden. Made last minute trip to ohio. He didn't know that he was losing ohio by eight points. If he did he wouldn't have gone there. Trump made last minute trip to iowa. Not knowing he was winning iowa by eight points he wouldn't have gone there had he known so their own internal poll. Some of them are really screwed up. Trump had pretty good internal polls. And that's why he was bouncing around michigan and pennsylvania and wisconsin. He knew that was tight and they were all winnable. Just not didn't do not enough. Meanwhile governor gruesome a voice support to turn california into an all male unbalanced system. Meaning not that you would only vote by mail but that you would always receive a ballot by mail just like we did this time for now and forever. They think it helped turn out. Because it increased choice for people it made it more readily easier to vote okay so if every apartment in a poor district gets a ballot and a lot of people don't care about politics they don't normally vote which is very comedy poor neighborhoods so what stops a democratic operative from banging on every door in the apartment building in every apartment building on the block and saying to people who may not be real savvy about the political world. Hey your ballot came right. Let me help you. I'll do this for you. I know you're busy working. I hear the kids are screaming in the other room here. I'll do this your husband get one to your oldest son. Did he get one. Yeah i'll fill me. I'll take care of it no problem. You don't even have to pay me. i'm doing i work for a nonprofit. Oh thank you thank you. Wouldn't you do that. Just turned over their ballot to some stranger at the door. I'm not talking about people who are poor. Just they're know they're too busy. English isn't so good. Maybe maybe they're living in a very busy stressful life. And they don't particularly care about half of the care and if you don't care then don't vote but handing over your vote to someone else isn't going to replace your lack of catherine. You guys very persuasive. The guys very hey. Look i know your views. I can take care of this. I'll handle this for you. I know it's important to you. Why why wouldn't why wouldn't try that system even if it works a quarter of the time. How many extra votes could you get. We know what on two twenty eighteen. I don't know whether went on this time this much. We saw stories in two thousand eighteen of these Democratic activists who were going to a nursing homes and stuff and helping people and taking their ballots for them. I don't know how much it happened. This why should know right here. That newsom cannot do this unilaterally. This is what that court decision was about the other day when he declared with his executive order that we would all get vote by mail ballots. This judge said he overstepped his executive authority. So now he's saying We'll discuss it with the legislature the legislature. Yeah a. i haven't heard him say that eight months now. He's learned his lesson from that decision. He can't just do all this. Yeah there's nothing he can do. And i am hoping that this will Apply to all the other executive orders. Put out there not that you can count on the legislature in this time to do anything differently. Although i wonder i wonder if the legislature even the wack job progressives would be shutting down businesses like newsom is- because they're much closer in their district to the people who run the businesses and those people fund these local politicians. You would think they'd be much more sensitive to shutting down. We've got the second highest unemployment rate in the nation in la orange county. You want the unemployment rate is la orange county thirteen point six percent. It's one of the worst in the nation and nobody's even talking about it years. See anything covered in the news media just busy lion. All day about the political climate of the fallout from this pandemic. Economic shutdown is going to be felt for years. I was talking to somebody. Tate listen l. a. All these businesses restaurants little stores are all closed will ever come back. who knows. This was a dumb decision to lock everybody down. and you're going to see the fallout. It's just there's going to be delayed effect. We're not really taking it all in yet. Even though i know number you read his real. Las vegas had a larger increase in. That's because the casinos are very restricted. Yeah and and we. It's because of the strict business limitations from newsom and another thing. I was wondering also is what's going to become the major industries at powered california. All the people who earn money intact who've moved out of san francisco california entirely and may never come back and keep doing their work remotely and had gone off to money. They're much more pleasant and not paying taxes anymore. What's going to happen to the hollywood industry which shut down all the production companies the studios the networks the talent agencies all right. We got more coming up. John and ken. Kfi lee begin. Today's meditation with the few sipping exercises to remind us. A little treat can go a long way so pick up your mcafee. Iced coffees close. Your eyes and deep sip deep satisfaction out a treat retreat at mcdonald's right now get mcafee iced coffee and any size and any flavor for just ninety nine cents until eleven. 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Seventy percent of those but biden gets seventy to eighty percent of the mailing ballots so far now whether that holds up with what's left. Nobody knows and again he may not need pennsylvania if things hold up the way they are and they don't reverse arizona wins nevada. The doesn't need pennsylvania. It'd be exactly to seventy shrimp past. Hold onto his leads in georgia and north carolina right pennsylvania and then he's gotta grab arizona or nevada. He's got to get one of the two he's gotta get four out of the five states left on the board and He's behind thousand in nevada. And they're about eighty five percent on and then arizona is behind by about four points but they're claiming that most of the six hundred thousand votes still to be counted are going to break trump's way that's what trump's team says and that they have a chance to reverse the arizona call they haven't given them alaska yet because the time. Change there about four days behind us now. Yeah but they haven't even voted yet. They the last four days behind the us sitting there reciting last. friday in. alaska is still last friday. So that's why it's still hanging out there. Hey you know bring in two stories together in a remarkable way. David and doll was elected to the north dakota house of representatives a republican. He won the vote. Let's hear it for david and david and he's dead died in october from corona virus. Yeah for who who lost to him to women. There actually was four people on the ballot. The voters got to choose to. He came in second. He beat two women. Democrats both of them Catherine vala ching-kuo and linda babb. They didn't even get two thousand votes. He got almost six thousand four. He's going to the runoff. No pick to. In other words they had people to them go to the house of representatives. He was one of the other guy by the name of nehring first and second and they are elected. I see that's how it works. Yeah it was. Civic ballots an state legislatures. They have a wacky thing. So there were two openings. He got one of the two openings correct. What's it like to linda with some questions as to how they don't know what to do well he didn't die this week. Right after ballots for last month everyone was aware he was dead or should have been. Maybe not what it'd be a small city was feel like st louis to a dead guy. You decide that's it for your political career. If i can't beat a dead guy. I shouldn't be in this business. People knew he was dead for a month and they still didn't want me. North dakota has twelve percent tests positivity rate yeah seven hundred fifty thousand people live there which is what a couple of neighborhoods in l. a. Nearly fifty thousand have corona virus. Five hundred and fifty five people have died and and they were one of the last states. Have any kind of a major outbreak. And then when they had it lots of people got it and that's a spread out wide. Open that'd be a social distancing delays. That goes against every pattern. That i've seen i. Were they having mass orgies there but what how. How do you get a look at it. They're map. Things really picked up in october november there in terms of the case levels. Who started that but again. It's i don't want him to fourteen hundred now. They probably eight months. They never had really much of a problem so they figured it's not coming here. I think labor's like yourself. Yeah and they go inside because it's getting cold there and families and gatherings start rubbing up against each other viral load amongst the family but we dire alone is speaking of the viral load and the coughing interesting studies. Come out of covid. Nineteen we of course will continue with all the election results coming up. John and ken show debra mark has the news. Kfi am six forty. John and ken show john kobylt ken. Chiampou kfi am six forty blythe everywhere on the iheartradio app. Ten fours just doing a story on stress on the streets the day after the election the uncertainty stressing people out. Let's go talk to them. I can't stop checking. I need to know what's going to happen. Who's going to win. Everything's in the balance. Then they talked to a psychiatrist. These are stressful times. This is natural. Feel this way. The uncertainty wow people really got to get over there infatuation with the store i know. Do you remember. What is stress when bob dole lost. But those weren't close election is a nail biter. John was a long time ago. I don't remember that way. I did watch you for a few minutes last night. On your little box yes fox. Eleven had my head in a box. I think i tuned into the point where she was down to each year. You have thirty seconds. what's your point. That means she had a minute and a half to fill. And i think before that. How much do you think the coronavirus pandemic ways in this. Anybody wanna go. None of you really anything i. I'll just kinda stared your boxes to one of the boxes. Piped up you down at the end i decided. I wanted to react to somebody else's box rather 'cause i didn't really have a thought. Because look what's behind me. I see you have some of your little radio plaques or something and the one of the other people had like all these things all over. You're one of those people knows around and see what people have largely borings like to see what's going on in the room. Yeah it's not much of the room see if anybody goes by naked by the way if you want to see something funny to me. It's funny you know. The media websites and of course picking on the el segundo times right. Now have the tabs at the top. You can check the elections. Yeah so they got the categories state's counties races women of color. The fan for women of color is that it. It's a woman of color to use that tab or well if you click it what are you get you get how women of color doing and races around the country is that right. Oh yeah take a look at it for yourself. The tabs are president senate. House governor california women of color county state's and if you click women of color there are one hundred twenty six women of color running for congress a record forty eight now sitting house and senate will twenty twenty one. Congress break that record so far forty. Four women have won. Sixty nine of lost and thirteen races are undecided. What about men women of color. Now there's no men of color no or men of color because women of color are the double underdog i see. They're of color and their females. Okay get extra. I thought i thought your The color skin isn't supposed to matter in america. I guess that that went by the boards. It's a certain weight. We judged by the content of your character. Not the color of your skin. Who said that. That martin luther king yes case you watched today been doing other things. You're presidential race update which may just stress you out some more. That's what happens is that they are giving michigan wisconsin to joe biden. Mr trump immediately says wait a second time going to court. He's lawsuits recounts Whole routine you name it. They're going to throw everything. I think you see rudy. Giuliani already out there. So trump is still up in georgia still up in north carolina. Nobody's called those races still up in pennsylvania there's a million plus votes to count and pennsylvania And as i said before biden has to win seventy percent of the remaining votes to grab that state but even if trump gets north carolina and georgia in pennsylvania. He's only a to sixty eight to sixty nine is a tie to seventy is a win. At his he get over to sixty eight. Well he's got trouble. They have biden to sixty four with wisconsin michigan in his column. If nevada tomorrow announced as a result in its biden's favor that's two seventy host to update at nine. Am tomorrow it might be their results or it might just be an update on the tabulation Sent here with the counting stopped early this morning biden lead trump in nevada by seven thousand six hundred votes of nearly one point. Two million tabulated forty nine point three percent to forty eight point seven percent. They have tens of thousands of votes still to count from malines and provisionals but they think it will skew to the democrats and biden. Because that's the way it's been working with the mail in and they got a similar ballots. What that is and the only other state like be if he wins georgia north caroline pennsylvania. He can win but he has to sweep those three coast and then as to get nevada arizona. Arizona is similar to nevada. Biden has a small lead about ninety Ninety three thousand. Three percentage points eighty six percent counted allegedly. Now there's hundreds of thousands of votes not counted. The trump campaign is insisting that trump will get the vast majority of those votes. They need about two thirds of those votes to come in for trump the journalists At fox news who called arizona very early and are sticking by their call say he will not get the majority of the outstanding votes that it's coming from biden country maricopa county Near phoenix or phoenix in maricopa county. That's where a lot of these ballots are from and there's no way trump can do it. Trump's people are insisting otherwise but then again that's that's their hail mary they have to insist otherwise. Well i mean trump's the one that didn't like the mail in voting did like all this. He wants people to vote in person. They knew what a lot of voters did. I believe earlier yesterday. that's a lot of them. Did i think he's not going to. He's gonna come up. Short looks that way that way. I don't concede for him But we'll see more. Yeah i know a lot of people. The supreme court involved. I don't really see the pathway there. I don't know because he he can shout fraud all he wants. He has to have proof. And then it's got to be proof that something major happened when you're talking about flipping tens of thousands of votes. That's i'm not gonna say anything is impossible. Let's say it's unprecedented like there's never been an election where you were able. After the fact to flip tens of thousands of votes what happened in florida in two thousand with bush and gore amounted to a few thousand. A few hundred in various counties. It wasn't fifty thousand votes. That that's not what the situation was right so it is hard And i i don't know what laws have been violated. See what states get to choose their rules on on had a vote. They get to decide if they if they want to accept ballots for an extra day an extra week. They can't they say hey you know anything with with a right postmark. Becomes in three days later. Five days later it can be counted if you want it all mailing. It can be all in. They can do what they want. The federal government has no control over the election process in each state other then. Congress sets the date of federal election outside of that and obviously there's rules on the electoral college. Although a tell you this somebody yeah. Somebody suggested this online on one of the political sites. Now this is one of those ridiculous wildcards. But it's just funny to consider very likely it could end up to seventy two to sixty eight right. Yeah and what if you have a faithless elector god that thing again yes one guy was somebody four years ago. Who did that didn't want didn't want cast their electoral thing for trump. Actually trump ended up officially with a few less electoral votes. Because some people said i will not vote for donald trump to and somebody do to biden one guy decides one guy one guy says i'm not vote for biden. I'm trump well and the thing is what happened to these electors. I know in one case. All they had to do was pay a fine like there was no. There was no penalty they word thrown in prison or anything one. If the wild card comes out of nebraska where the brassica and maine. They divided up the electoral votes based on. Who wins the congressional district. Yeah what if the elector for that district that biden one says ask grow it right gives it to there's gonna be a lot of pressure for debris to change that trump won in nebraska drums italy statewide vote. He should have gotten all the electoral votes. Any missed one of them. The story he you know he went to nebraska last weekend. He because they were they were. They were mining for that district but he left a bunch of old people in the cold at the airport and the buses broke down. Yes i saw that yeah. Trump met at the airport for a rally. It was cold. I think it was snowing. He waved said. I love you buy and then the buses broke down. A bunch of old people were freezing and right snow and maybe that that cost him. Damn that trump. 'cause i i've been to omaha a couple of times for baseball tournaments and i would have picked it as big trump territory. The state is but because because i went with was own was omaha and i would college. World series game witnessed one congressional district. I went to college world series game. There are tens of thousands of people. The stadium was completely packed and That that's that's where the college world series is played every year right. It's it's their big tradition and boy that just seemed like trump crap to me. I mean i didn't. I didn't do polar anything but i was surprised that trump lost that but obviously there's parts of the city. I didn't drive through workup johnny ken. Kfi johnny kidd. Show john kobylt ken. Chiampou kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. It's back in the day. After tomorrow the moi slide retards you may have some things to say about the election results. At least we know of so far one. Eight seven seven moist eighty six toll. Free one eight seven seven six six four seven eight six orange. County district attorney. Todd spitzer is investigating a possible election day ballot harvesting operation at the campaign headquarters of a republican the westminster vice mayor. Kimberley the where. Somebody was driving by somebody who says they're part of clarity a grassroots organization that supports transparency in politics well tied bailey. One of the members noticed a sign that said vote here and thought That doesn't look like an official polling place so he stopped to investigate. This is about eleven thirty in the morning on beach boulevard in westminster. He wanted to make sure. It was not an unregulated voting place soon as they parked their cars were swarmed by ho and several people wearing michelle steel for congress shirts militia. He claims they were trying to intimidate him. The whole told the group headquarters was illegal voting place in ordered the group to leave but campaign officials from a shell steele said they knew nothing about this and later on their sing. It wasn't a polling place and that vote here signed may have been planted. But it looks like they were collecting. Ballots is what some belief valid harvesting is legalized but found that to the republicans to botch it. At least they're trying to compete with the democrats operation. You're not supposed to put aside at that. Says here to go door to door and trying to coax all the The elderly badly handwritten sign that. They took a picture of of his on the ground. Just like made in magic marker with what a bunch of bozo's for that. Yeah i i think it's it's it says here and this is this. Sometimes you use the ballot harvesting and you may not know what it is but this law was passed for years ago allowing anyone anyone to collect absentee or mail in ballots voters and drop those ballots themselves into a mailbox or polling place then elected officials checked ballots signatures against the right to make sure your vote he balance you right. I know they've done that. Well remembered that that fraudster told the new york. Post that you can. Steam open the envelopes and then put another ballad inside. Seal the envelope. It still got the signature of the voter on it so it looks good right. California's ballot collection rules are among the most permissive in the nation while collectors can't fill out ballots voters tamper with them or be paid based on the number they collect. There's no restrictions on who can gather ballots or how many they can pickup but Since they couldn't obviously they have only about five people left in the legislature. So the republican said they're running their own ballot harvesting operations but these harvesting is illegal in many states open to too much fraud. So maybe that's exactly why we passed it dumbest party in america the california republicans. We got more coming up. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt. Ken chiampou kfi am six. Forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. If you're just jumping in the car and wondering lou what's going on. I'm stressed there's john what's happening with the race. Five states left on the scoreboard not officially called by most outlets. Georgia trump has a one point lead less than fifty thousand votes but he still ahead north carolina. He's got about a one and a half point lead and that's seventy thousand votes val pennsylvania. He leads with. That's that's getting really tight now. It's about two hundred and fifty thousand votes and Fifty-one forty-seven and They've got a million votes to go a million votes. If i can get seven days by get seventy percent of the remaining votes he gets. Pennsylvania trump lands to get thirty percent of the votes but the mail in have tilted heavily towards biden. Now if you give trump george. North carolina and pennsylvania is one st short and there's only two states left nevada is not going to have any till tomorrow morning right now. Biden's winning that by eight thousand votes. Four tenths of a percentage point. And then there's arizona is the most complicated biden's up by about ninety three thousand votes at and a half points. Eighty six percent of the vote in six hundred thousand votes to go. Trump's people insisting that they are going to get the vast majority and win. They need about two thirds to pull that off fox news which called arizona a long time ago yesterday. They still claim no. Most of the votes are from the phoenix metropolitan area maricopa county and that biden is going to get more than half of them. So that's where we are. Path to victory and in an hour and a half arizona is going to have an update. Oh and But nevada we're not going to hear from till tomorrow morning and that's it that's it to pack it in but now the republicans maintained control of the senate. Yes that's big and not was remarkable is expected it will be. The most presidential votes ever as biden will surpass seventy million in fact got like sixty nine million the democratic insiders in washington from everything. I've read a really depressed. 'cause they were hoping for a massive sweep and they were gonna try and both sides one. Yeah so the so biden will be frustrated by the democratic majority by the republican majority in the senate. Just the way obama was if you remember when they blocked obama's supreme court justice bic bic. They're to do that too. All his judicial picks if they don't want obama came in he had the house and the senate and that's why we got obamacare. But they're going to that faded away after the two year mark. They're going to do that to his cabinet secretaries They're going to do it to the green new deal they're gonna do it Any massive tax increase as long as the republicans. Keep it together. They're gonna end up with fifty one or fifty two votes in the senate and so it's going to be a logjam for two years and probably nothing will get done. Yes than the republicans did pick up some house seats really go to the presidential reds and that was that was a real shock. They picked up five house seats as of now and nobody was expecting that so it was about the bit expand their majority what people thought the democrats would do. It looks like they're barely holding off trump. It's was not a ten or eleven point win. it'll be maybe a two point win and It easily could have gone the other way so The you know what they're they're they're they're they're they're totally missing. That people are not into the progressive agenda progressive. Agenda should be dead after this election. There is no nothing close to majority support. I will drag out the presidential race. That's one more time at five. Oh five and then the presidential race guests twenty twenty will be retired no matter what happens because i'm tired of it over to the corona virus. John have you heard of the covid cough well. Algorithm has been developed that correctly identifies people with covid nineteen only by the sound of their cough. It's got a ninety eight point. Five percent success rate among people who did receive an official positive corona virus test result rising to one hundred percent in those who had no symptoms so if they were a symptomatic they had a certain cough correct in other words every much everybody with covid nineteen has a certain cough but with people that had no symptoms who got tested positive tests. They tried this out and it was one hundred percent accurate so some kind of a death rattle i. They said that it's not hurt by human ears. The sound of an ace symptomatic covid nineteen patients. Cough could not be heard by human ears so you have to use by the way they want to develop it into an app cova coughing you cough into your phone. This was built at a lab. At mit an intelligence algorithm. He said the way. You produce sound changes when you have covid even if you're a symptomatic. According to mitt. Brian superhero. It does something to your lungs so that the air passes through. Yeah different way. So he thinks it could be. Many practical uses. Daily screening of students workers the public school. So i will just stand in line and coffin to a computer. Is that a covid cough. It's the inaudible. How many times do i have to say that. I heard that that sad from the algorithm at the july. I should get tested though. Don't you think cambridge did this. And they reported an eighty percent success rate in the identify being positive coronavirus cases based on a combination of breath and cough sounds so right now. Well that's better than the stick up your nose. Yes in a related story research from mount sinai in new york city reports that apparently there are a lot more new york city residents who have the antibodies to covid nineteen according to this study the percentage could be as high as twenty two percent of the population. This once again lends credence to the theory that they're so many as symptomatic people out there. Oh my god yes that. They never knew they had kovin wasn't an issue on with their lives. They didn't get tested. So sure enough. Antibodies are in there right so it's a lot less deadly than was i feared and claimed a lot less deadly right. It's a lot less dangerous and you guys have people walk around. And that's why the case numbers don't matter you see the problem is you can't argue about something that hasn't been accurately measured and that's the problem with the total number of people infected by corona virus. There are probably lots of people who never noticed anything and thereby never bothered to get tested but sure enough if you can catch them in time you might find the antibodies in their blood and they may food right there. That's the only tracer they may have spread it then they may have spread it right. Super spreaders you can tell by their cough. And don't play that again in audible got audible. Cough it's early. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt and ken chiampou kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app by the final rollout of the twenty twenty presidential race. Desk will come your way at five. Oh five we'll bring you completely up to date on. What is stressing so many people out. We'll be unrest in the streets tamp down any chance of violence last night w what was happening. It's hard to get angry when there's no decision although a couple of proud boys got stabbed in washington. Dc by some of the blm protesters and that was the luckily there but gonna go and confront people Put yourself in play. Trump ran out and gave them assistance. You you could. Just stay the white house's the street you could just stay in your house Pretty good they say that some of the wilder things some of the more out there progressive things begin in california and then they sweep the nation. Maybe not this time. Oregon has become the first state to decriminalize small amounts of cocaine heroin meth house. That break go it's Suck on that. It's going to be like a traffic ticket. No jail time right remember. This started with marijuana and decriminalizing marijuana possession and such but to the harder drugs marijuana's not erin go gain although for practical purposes here in california. It's been decriminalized because there's literally tens of thousands of people stumbling in the street whacked out on On heroin you know. There's thousands of needles littered all over the ground. So seems to me. This is just a formality magic mushrooms yet. They have also realized the magic. The magic mushroom which i think is pronounced silos. Sabin mushroom spelled p. s. I have not not even one in the wild which i know from all the scary movies because poison you because you you'll die. That was one of the things my. My mother warned me about that stuck with me. All my life don't eat was we. We had wild deadly mushrooms that naturally grew in our backyard. Yeah we did too and and my mother was like fanatical about me. Not eating one. Not that i was one of those kids. But you never know and so as we will know you. Don't touch vegetables anyway. like no no after. There wasn't any chances. I was gonna remark mushrooms. Not a vegetable. Though is i thought it was considered a puts other category of me. I think it is. I consider it a vegetable senate a fungus will. Yeah maybe it's all know. I have mushroom risotto. All the time. It's one of my favorite things so easy that fungus. That's fungus risotto. Okay fine oh yes. That is a fungus. That's right but people when they sit sitter the list of vegetables. Heathrow add mushroom. There's a bowl of fungus with rock mushrooms. They're they're not asking to you like a good mushroom risotto. I don't know that i've had it. That's all the tenant is mushroom than the risotto. Oh yeah but it's this rice and there's this trio truffle butter and oh oh that's still marable other vegetables. Dairy butter yeah. We'll try phones at mushrooms truffle. Mushrooms it's tight terrible. How do you call that butter truffle. Oil militant vegans makeup normal sounding names for stuff. That's an edible. It's not an edible. It's delicious what you hear that. The things like beyond beef. There's no beef in there. Okay truffle butter. There's no butter in there. Yes she's been it's appropriate. That word did you know that was food appropriations. It was so good. Yeah would need to put give it a fake name. That makes it sound like something. Tasty mushroom is how is that mushroom. Risotto that's not a fake name. He's got mushroom missing out so this the magic mushrooms are supposedly yet to be twenty one or older this supposed to oppression zayed's oh a lot of people need them right now. Oh yeah anxious about. The people are on all fours gobbling up mushrooms. Yeah the grazing cows out. There found themselves down. Yeah trump's gonna win w. w. mushroom. That's where we're headed to the presidential race desk where we have all the paths to victory trump in the biden. Just thinking of that phrase now. Of course i could do without hearing that for. Everybody had months ago. Willie ever concede. Will he leave the white house in january now but we go. He's probably already barricaded himself inside. They're going to carry out the chair these taking money as a hostage. We're coming up. John and ken show debra mark has the news. Kfi am six forty power walk into that. Kiss everyone in that. The younger generation now tells me how tough things are. Give me a break. it's a very deceptive world. What's not to like mont terms the beauty of what a neat town. We have a wall going up. We should be able to build that in one year and we could do it in one year. So we'll see what happens. I go you know. So he's longed now from the presidential race. John and john come l. ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio. App must be serious. It's the return of savannah guthrie right now. Nbc is on the air with a live report of the election last night. All over again. Oh wow that's Wow did they took back arizona. They only have biden at two fifty. Three nbc nbc leaving arizona. Up there as one of the states to be dissolved they had called arizona. I thought everybody did. It seem like looking at today. Have biden to sixty four with you know with arizona in his pocket. Cnn did not which i've got up here. Some did some. Didn't i didn't know the whole list though. Right so Yeah arizona instance fox news only has four states outstanding georgia north carolina. Pennsylvania and nevada fox got an angry phone call from the trump people because they called they called arizona. Really early in the camera was his name. He was standing there at the board last night. I was watching that live. Just after eight o'clock our time and he was going through the tabulations and suddenly look back. You guys you're calling arizona for biden. Does that breaking news. And the other pundits sitting over at the desperate like what people also don't understand. They got bombarded by republican operatives. You can't do that. People don't understand why networks call a race. It doesn't depend on. How much of the vote is in that. You can see on the screen that it matters about the surveying they've done in certain districts and then naked they extrapolate what the vote is likely to be like if you have a heavy democratic district but the democratic candidate you know gets only sixty percents that eighty percent. That's a sign right right Same thing in a republican district If you have a republican overperforming in democratic districts that's a sign and what they do with with computers that they get a lot of information that you don't say just because the the key the registrar in these various counties are in the state has not officially given the networks in the wire service. The total doesn't mean that they don't have and they have exit polling. Obviously so you know something when when racists aren't called until the last seconds because they really don't know really all their data shows that the margin of error is so tight they can't tell they mean it now You know. I think changed their methods over the years. They used to be very competitive on. Who's going to call it first. And then they screwed up so many times like in the bush gorsuch twenty years ago that they backed off. Because there's too embarrassed or the fox news decision. Desk director is our non michigan who stood by the calls. -posedly it's an independent decision desk. They had like this. We are four standard deviations from being wrong. And i'm sorry we're not wrong. In this case we made the correct call and that's why we made the correct call. He made it at the maricopa county. Vote where they said biden being very good standing. That's the votes largely. Our decision desk is kept separately from all the other news departments fights at and if you remember years ago i think it was during the obama romney case Where we're megan. Kelly a went on a tour to find the decision desk. Because karl rove the republican operative concern not believe that they were calling the election for obama or they were calling ohio for obama. I remember and she said well. Let's go to the decision desk. And she got out from behind her desk and started walking and the camera had to chase her and she went down a hallway into the secret room. That nobody's supposed to go to. And here's the decision decision desk nerds. And they were dealing only with data you know. They weren't getting pressed by the news director. Roger ailes or the anchors nothing they were just going to look at the data and then they were gonna blow a puff of smoke in the air and say we have a decision that supposedly how it's done i mean who knows the. Don't forget the sharpies there's contention that in a number of a voting places in arizona. Some voters were given a sharpie to fill out the ballot. It bled through to the other side. The ballot may not have been read so the the is trump vote. Arizona officials are denying this. So i think there's a lot of crackpots on the internet spreading all kinds of fake news. So here's the deal. The way it's being called by most outlets is the joe biden may only be six electoral votes away from winning this election. That could come tomorrow. If nevada in their morning says that they have a decision. So we'll see that. They are six electoral votes. That'll bring him to to seventy yeah. Trump's path is a little rockier. Well there's four states left on the board if you exclude the arizona situation because that's its own peculiar case but If you look at what's not finalized. Georgia with sixteen electoral votes. Trump has a one point lead. And it's about forty six thousand votes ninety five percent. He's been clinging to narrow lead for twenty four hours now. North carolina about the same thing is up by a point and a half. It's about seven thousand votes. Fifteen electoral votes They haven't called it but trump has been winning every second of the way and so if they get that it leaves three states left pennsylvania arizona and nevada so trump would have to get two of the three or Or biden has to get two of the three right and so trump is still up in pennsylvania. Two hundred thousand votes. but there's a million left to be counted. It's a three point differential but they're so few votes left. That biden has twin seventy percent of what's left. It's all mail in ballots. Trump passed to win thirty percent. So if trump won georgia north carolina and pennsylvania where he is leading. He's got to win one more. He's got to win. Four out of the five and that leaves nevada and biden's winning that by eight thousand votes. They're not gonna count any more votes or release account till tomorrow morning. That wins that it's arizona now fox the associated press and others have said now arizona's in the bag for biden. The trump people vehemently disagree They claim they're six hundred thousand ballots out there and they're going to break two-thirds for trump based on where they're coming from that they're mail in ballots but they were late malines The the network say no trump's not gonna get two thirds of those they're coming for maricopa county around phoenix and it's going to break for biden fifty five forty five and he'll maintain the lead and that's the concern in georgia for trump to that the the outstanding vote there is obviously coming from the atlanta area fulton county right the also break for biden. The atlanta votes could screw trump over if he loses georgia. That's it loses. Pennsylvania that's it same thing with north carolina. He's gotta get georgia north carolina and pennsylvania. And he's gotta get one more and if he doesn't get one more than biden has to seventy and trump has to sixty eight and You know unless some biden elector renounces his vote for biden and switches sides. And usually there are a couple who do this every election cycle. But it's never mattered and the way this year has gone anything's possible. Abc maybe somebody'll be bribed. Somebody will be paid off. They'll be given a vacation home in the cayman islands. That of course in this scenario they present every four years if they're tied the house of representatives picks the president. Yes but in a peculiar way you might say well. Then the democrats will vote for biden. Well the no council vote for biden know. Each state delegation has one vote like the whole california delegation is one vote and the wyoming delegation. Has one vote so this fifty votes there's fifty votes and it's based on but trump won more states. Yes and here's the way this works in the house if you were to have a tie. Is that the the majority vote for each delegation becomes one vote like in in california. Let's say they're forty five. Democrats and eight republicans right. Will they do a vote. Democrats win it becomes a democratic vote in other states they have majority republicans in the house for that state they vote it becomes a republican vote and there are actually more republican. Delegations than there are democratic delegations in the house. there are more state. See what happens. Is the democrats have more bodies in the house but there compacted into relatively few states like california and new york for example in illinois. They have lots of bodies but the election is almost like the electoral college. You only get one vote out of each state so if you have a democratic majority that's one vote the republican majority. That's one vote in another state. But what if you have a state where it's pretty much split. The congressional members are both democrats and republicans to their. How do they figured out. They can fight it out. Majority wins unless there's vote within their caucus right they vote. that's right. well they vote. They all vote within their caucus served as the same number even though try to. I don't know whether what a tie would do it. And it's like you have to twenty six states. Yeah so now. We can't get a tie. I don't think. I don't think there is a way to get the to sixty nine each. It could have happened. Had trump won one of the congressional seats in nebraska brass. Name in case folks. Don't know where the two states that divvy up their electoral votes based on. Who wins the congressional districts in the state trump lost a congressional district vote in nebraska that he won last time around hattie one that then we really could have had a to sixty nine thai which would have been very cool urban massive cast and the house very likely would have then voted him in based on your based on this. Yeah face has a delegation delegation. Yeah and there are more. Republican majorities among the state delegation the democratic majorities. Even the democrats had more bodies in the house. We've more of the election. They really made it complicated. John and ken show. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt and ken. Chiampou kfi am six. Forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Bring it in the big guns now rudy. Giuliani has gone to philadelphia to fight for trump. For where you're talking about whacking in the weeds benicia. The republican national committee and trump for president filed the lawsuit today challenging pennsylvania's secretary of commonwealth unilateral actions to extend the voter. Id deadline set by law. See apparently in pennsylvania certain first time have to provide when they vote but this secretary three days ago at the eleventh hour unilaterally rewrote pennsylvania election code to move the deadline for those first time. Voters voting absentee to provide missing proof of id several days past the state deadline. That's a flagrant violation of state. Electricity this is the kind of thing we're dealing with. Is that change the vote. I know who i it. In democrat run states perfect examples here in california they are creating a system to ensure they had many more democratic votes to keep themselves that much more in power in perpetuity. I mean the ballot harvesting law works to get a lot of democrat votes from poor people who normally wouldn't vote or wouldn't care. I mean poor. People historically are the most underrepresented group economically minorities are underrepresented in voting. It's the hardest. Hardest thing to do is get a big turnout. So they figured out a way around it they would come to you. They'll come to your door and help you fill out the ballot and then deliver it either. Mail it or to the voting precinct. Again this doesn't go on a lot of states but it goes on in california because that gives you so many more democratic votes which is why you see so many republicans seats in the legislature and in congress now flipping. Same else. Became the sheriff. That's how george gascoyne is becoming district thirty. This is what they're doing and it was. It's legal it's by design and the republicans are still fumbling around. They don't know how to do it now. Pennsylvania starting to adopt some of these measures. It's possible aggressive. Way to get out the vote. Yes because because we used to kind of have an agreement that hey your responsibility to vote you gotta get up. You gotta register to vote. You got to register by a certain deadline now. It's you can register after the polls close practically and you don't have to show. Id you know and we'll help you vote if you don't really feel like walking out the front door. We'll we'll check the box borio and that's only going to help. Democrats that does nothing for republicans and republicans would know how to do it. Anyway they tried. Here's a piece of audio. That's making the rounds. This is two weeks ago on the tonight. Show with jimmy fallon. The guest was vermont. Senator bernie sanders. let's listen. The election is november third. And it's been said that we won't know the results until days later when you think we'll know the results are jimmy. Raise an important point. And i hope the american people on the stand because this is something i worry about. My view is every vote must be counted for reasons which. I don't have the time to get into tonight. Have the situation. I suspect in states like pennsylvania Wisconsin of the states where they are going to be receiving huge amounts of mail in ballots. Unlike states like florida or vermont then not be able for bad reasons to begin processing those ballots. Until i don't know election day or maybe when the polls close that means you're gonna have state dealing with perhaps millions of mail in ballots. Here is my worry polls show and what studies have shown. Is that whatever reason. Democrats are more likely to use mail in ballots. Lazy republicans are more likely to walk into polling booths on election day. Motivate is likely that the first votes that will be counted will be those people who came in on election day. Which will be republican. And here's the field. And i hope everybody is okay. It could well be. Why what. Which will be republican. And here's the fear. And i hope everybody hears it. It could well be. I don't know what's going to. Nobody does but it could. Well be the o'clock on election night. Trump is winning in michigan. He's winning and pennsylvania is winning wisconsin and he gets on television he says. Thank you americans for re electing me. It's all about how good day then the next day and the day following all of those mail in ballots law getting counted and it turns out that biden has one those saints at which point trump says see. I told you the whole thing was fraudulent. I told you those mellon ballots. What crooked and i got you know we're not gonna leave office so that is a worry that i in a lot of people have so the results you know. We don't know what's happened. Maybe this'll be when our election night but people should be aware my guy he's not stra damase was pretty good even like old. He saw the future. Mr crystal ball. I saw his face in the crystal ball wave his finger. Yeah trump's refused to leave. That's exactly what happened. What trump issued is a statement last night saying he won. I just cracked up. It's like right on cue. I one thank you everybody. I now here come the lawyers couple of ballot propositions to talk about That la county da. More coming up. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt. Ken chiampou kfi am six. Forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app in less than half an hour. Arizona is going to have election results. Update and We'll get a better idea if the outstanding votes are breaking for trump as the campaign claims or they're crazy and it's going to break for biden which is what fox news among others blame Also there is a chance. We could end electoral college tie. And it's it's not implausible if If trump wins North carolina and pennsylvania and arizona and nevada and biden gets georgia would be to sixty nine hundred sixty nine biden. Gets georgia violence. Yeah the numbers. Because one of the trump officials said they run graphic. Tv that georgia's a jump ball right now between the two parties. It's it's very tight and it's getting tighter. All the races are remember. What bernie said the more they count the latest. Vote the mail in the more. It's gonna break for biden everywhere and that's what's happening. Yup that may happen. In pennsylvania to trump may lose their could happen the gap really narrow during the day. Today's they put up more results. Somebody also put together some of the worst pulse. Quinnipiac was twelve points off in ohio. Eight and a half points off in florida morning console was five points off and ohio. Nine and a half points. Off in florida Somebody must have been close though if you go. Look through all the polling Puppy headline this right. Trafalgar was close and rasmusen and susquehanna and they were the ones getting crapped on by all the main jason mediated. What did they say. They had raced. They had the racist very tight or trump was slightly ahead. But what magic do they have to get. The trump voters not to be shy. The guy from traffic off trafalgar said that they had a set of questions the very gentle designed to figure out to coax you well to figure out what your views on things are and they had like a personality profile and if your answers matched up with a trump profile but you were biding voter. They suspected that okay. This is this is a hidden trump voter here now. I don't. I don't know exactly what they did. They probed further i. I don't know how they finally came up to their number but their their their numbers were much much closer in the battleground states then like florida michigan pennsylvania than anybody else. Will he run again in. Two thousand twenty four the return of trump. But do you think i thought about that. Yeah it'd be seventy eight it'll be biden's age yeah it'd be biden's age by may not be around well. Republican would be able to beat him in the primaries. Not likely four years. Somebody could've urged. But i doubt it. Grover cleveland did it. yes see. He's the only president to serve two separate. No i i'm serious. I if trump contains energy twenty two and twenty four to be exact. It looks like energy and health. Don't even matter if you're fans like you right or if you're fans hate the other guy enough. The biden presidency is a disaster and nobody democrat will probably challenge him if he stole. You know cognizant. Yeah then yeah. There's a chance that trump may say i'm back could go on for both eventually right. They'll check out. Yeah with the ballot propositions the one that really. This was not an exciting. I mean there are twelve of them on the ballot but none of them the one that was going to tear into prop thirteen the big increase in commercial property taxes. Billions of dollars. They wanted to soak out of commercial. Property owners. Right now is still going down to defeat. Although these results are freaking frozen at seventy one point nine two percent precincts reporting. What gives i guess. They still have a lot of mail in ballots to sort through. It is forty eight percent. Yes but fifty two percent no to raising commercial property taxes and this goes back to something we've talked about like a year and a half ago remember. La unified was counting on this. So school districts la unified tried to pass that parcel tax off on you guys for the schools and voted it down. Yeah la voted. Yeah and then. Garcetti said after well. We still have the split role ballot initiative coming up in november. Two thousand two. that may be gone. What are you going to do now. And the pandemic is made budget so much worse. People are tags down awful twenty twenty one with tax increases. Yeah well you know there's gonna be. There's going to be a lot of resistance. The only thing that seems to work is soaking wealthy people. It looks like most of the public doesn't care how high the taxes are on the wealthy and some of the wealthy stay right some of the wealthy from do they just put up with it or they have their ways of avoiding it. I live amongst well paid. What was it seventy dollars. Or i'd live among some wealthy though. I have never heard so much on. Get out of here and i. I don't know well. I do know a few people have actually moved like a. It's 'cause you know people get older and eventually that i'm getting outta here become serious because they can't because they actually can retire or they can do consulting or they can now work from home so a lot of them have options depending on the type of work they do and their age and how much money they have put away. It's like okay now. I'm out kids are in college. I don't have to be honest but up with this and of course a big win for uber left but who knows i mean for now prop twenty two pass pretty easily right. Do not have to classify their workers as employees and if they get involved in the whole benefits game but i heard analysts say that the prices are still skewed. The companies are still losing money. Yeah this this model doesn't work to make money yet. So they're gonna go out of business without the government sell. That's what this proposition decide. When we come back we will talk about a real disappointment in la county da race. Jackie lacey appears to have lost on top of that voters in la county of approved. This measure j kind of under the radar. But it's going to take a whole lot of money from the sheriff's department and put it over to social programs samaya into that. Why don't they just set it on. Fire the magical mental health cure everything. Yeah actually dovetails into this character. George gascon who's going to become. Yeah it looks like kelly kill. It's going to be a sad couple years here for elliott. there's gonna be a lot more crime and a lot more wasted money in l. But he's going to jail when that happened. The everybody will have their own therapist. John and ken show. Kfi china catch. Show john kobylt ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app and at six o'clock arizona's going to release updated numbers in there Tight race which Some outlets called for Biden the trump people are insisting. No it's going to go their way. You'll see when the numbers come from these mail in ballots. A whatever happens. The voice line will go on as scheduled. Friday one. Eight seven seven moist. Eighty six you to drop your messages. One eight seven seven six six four seven eight eight six a report tonight that the biden harris transition team is already underway preparing to take over the white house and another important vanity fair. That trump himself picked up the phone and started screaming at rupert murdoch fox news calling arizona. I for joe biden. Murdoch would not back down. I loved to have heard that call with. You should know what you're doing now. He's my state. I won that for you calling the state. If you're a network does not as does not set the result in stone if it turns out that fox was wrong. Then they'll be wrong. It happened sometimes. So i it doesn't matter if they called it wrong or not count is going to go on. The count is going to be whatever it is right. If the count says trump wins then boxes wrong. There's no legal authority. Because fox says biden one arizona locally la county district attorney. Jackie lacey appears to have lost her shot at reelection for a third term. This brings us the drone known as george guests cone and my god what a drone heard him speak. Oh he is more boring. I not a firebrand. i mean. he's got an accent. He's originally from cuba but it's hard to know and it's i saw him interviewed on the news today where we need to end the punishment and it's not good doesn't work. It's all progressive cliches. And it's going to be one thing. More criminals will be walking around. He does not believe in punishment. Eight doesn't believe in jail doesn't believe in in prison doesn't believe in prosecution doesn't believe in bail everything should everybody should get a social worker. Everybody should get a therapist. That's right that's what it comes down to his hand when you have a bad guy either. Put him away so he can't hurt anyone else or steal anything else or you let them walk around and you pretend you're going to do something by giving him counseling but that's not gonna work it's under the guise of criminal justice reform but basically it means empty the jails and prisons and don't send anybody there anymore. We're going to be part of a one horrific grand experiment because hand in hand. The la county board of supervisors is on board with this. They're excited for this. They've already talked about closing the jails. They have already and the announcement just came. Oh yeah it's breaking news from the la times. That measure j has been approved by la county voters measure j is going to transfer hundreds of millions of dollars from the sheriff's department over to these. John just gave the list mental health therapists all these service providers which are allegedly gonna to take the criminal and put him on the right path magic wing. So this is where we're headed because the la county board of supervisors loves this idea. They put measure j on the ballot and now they've got their da and at one easy fifty seven forty three. Yep so let's that's amazing so this back to crime numbers to go up because no one's gonna go to jail right. They'll turn back entry as yorkshire cast cones prosecute and he's the guy who co-wrote prop forty seven which is the reason now that shoplifting is effectively legal and why we have so many People who should be in jail or should be drug treatment instead on the street homeless by the tens of thousands. That's from prop forty seven a lot of those guys and now there's going to be more. I don't understand people who vote in la county. I don't know who these people are. There your neighbors. I can so it is probably all the lunatics i live with. These are the people that vote to tim conway he. It is kind of strange. A pool man right for your pool. Yeah he came over. He burned your house down and then hired him again. He burned your house down. Then you did it. Third time your wife be going. Why do we keep hiring this guy. Exactly you saying this for too many years in a row. I don't i know. I really don't i mean look since you guys got here in the eighties. They've been voting for the same crew. And look at the streets. It's it's horrible but sort of laughable you know something some sort of comforting defeat by going to be is just going to be it so let's live with what the hell St gregory is gonna come all this talk about the da's race. You guys are talking about chris. Ancarlo with the props and the rest of the shows horrible. No mark thompson's coming on with us tonight so cool site all right here with them. Yeah that'd be but the rest of the show is gonna be terrible beyond. I'm looking forward to that. I wouldn't i would. It's good when it's the no to be here all right. Conway's next janet grant is the dog. Kfi am six forty lee begin. 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"Tena. No, is not the same thing out at the Fisher. The Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them. So they can concentrate on their therapies just having that assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson that someone would be there to take care of us. It took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help go to fisherhouse? Dot Org. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. This is us here we are again. This never ending year. Grind. Back on September twenty eighth. Governor gruesome asked the federal government for a major disaster declaration. which would have allowed the state and the Federal Government Tab share in paying for the fire damage, the cleanup, the rebuilding. Also activates relief funds or leave programs led by FEMA the big news. This morning is that they were told sorry. I didn't clean your floors sweep you forest rake. You didn't Reich. Your leaves, not exactly the best although it did have part of that in there. Anyway. That decision apparently has been reversed is the breaking news just in the last hour. So let's go to ALEX STONE ABC? News for Kfi for them Alex. what is this about here? Hey, there guys. He's reversing himself. Now, the the president is that he said Nope to California and then it looks like he got a lot of pressure from Republican members of Congress from Fresno in that area in the Central Valley and then now he's changing it up so about a half an hour ago we found out that Fresno Los. Angeles Madera and Dessino San Bernardino San Diego and Siskiyou counties are all going to be getting federal aid. We haven't heard anything directly from the president yet, but he is granting the the disaster declaration for the state we had heard that that he was changing his mind and then It came down and we've been hearing from those Republican members of Congress who had been saying look Mr President four point one, million acres burned ninety, four, hundred buildings have been destroyed thirty one people died in wildfires this year what else do you need I mean you give these disaster declarations for every hurricane that comes in every tornado and this has been on a huge scale affecting tens of millions of people have been evacuated and had their electricity turned off in northern California people have died their homes have burned. So what do you need and apparently he got that message and then now it's turning around and the money. will go to send out FEMA to help out with rebuilding with clean up with a lot of different aspects of it but that federal money will become originally give a reason why he denied the eight or was just one of his anti California fits we don't know what it was. We know from the White House this morning they said, well, the California didn't make its case well, enough in the letter that the governor sent the application that they filled out the didn't lay out that there was enough in their the California couldn't handle it on its own that that our own means in California they claimed could have handled. All of the destruction that's here now, there was a law even from Republicans. A lot of pushback that saying, give me a break that you're claiming that California's application wasn't done enough that it wasn't complete enough, and again you know running through those numbers that look everybody knew what was going on several weeks ago whether you're in Washington or Timbuktu that you knew that that homes were burning and whatnot. So come on you're saying this is the application wasn't done well, enough give over the money and that seems to be what we're doing now but you know interesting I doubt he read the application yeah I'm sure he didn't. Buddy. So nobody else on the staff as California buck well, but they could have gone to him and you know said. MR, president it is technically his decision. Do you WanNa? Do it or do you not and we don't know if he was one who said no or if it was somebody else on his staff but this team out at to send the money to to send the resources we heard from brock long who was fema administrator until last year and his take on this is as we were asking him a couple of days ago about hurricane relief. But he was saying that the politics need to get out of this that that you know if you have a president of one. Political Party and a governor of another political party that not talking about trump and we don't know politics did come into play but there can be politics and that just brings down disaster relief but he does also say that brock longs view on this whole thing is that the federal government not be writing blank checks and that California and other states need to figure out how to handle their own disasters and stop coming to the federal government, and maybe some of these do need to be denied. Here's we told us and I don't think the taxpayers should be funding the bill. For communities that are implementing higher standards and you know when it comes to residential and building those fema needs to offer incentives to the communities that are actually said, you know putting in reinsurance place there ensuring their public property. They're they're they're putting forward southbound land use planning that they compensates for future climate change climate variables, cycles, and a yeah. He also brought up if you live in Malibu on the coast and it burns every year, you know he says, should it be females job to? Come in and pay to rebuild your home every year, and so he said he believes that the federal government needs to look into that kind of stuff. But in this case, these typically would have been a rubber stamp governor asks for it. Now, this much destruction has been done. The stamp would have gone on and and then it wouldn't have even been a headline today doesn't I don't remember any major disaster where federal government denied aid? No this is extremely rare I was talking to our. Team today and said, you know. Correct me if I'm wrong but this doesn't happen right and they said, no that when a governor requests it, the president signs it and it's done. This is extremely rare. What are the estimates? Bloomberg has a story out this afternoon. The fire told will be over a billion dollars in California. Yes. That would be about right I don't have an exact number on it, but it's going to be I mean you you think of all the fires we've got seven counties that are included in this Sonoma's county and Napa County aren't even included in this and they're dealing with the glass fire still today because things are whipping up in the red flag conditions, they've been getting mornings in Snowman Napa counties of that is flaring up a bit. It's not raging, but people can see smoke and a lot of their electricity off. So that's still going on. So it's going to go beyond even the money that you know that we're talking about in this disaster declaration real quickly, I wanNA play free I because I know you guys will like this take on it brock long he says, he feels like it is a failure that we keep asking for money from the federal government, a failure of how you Americans, how we've been taught to do math in our own lives that we can't rebuild on her own. There's no financial presents in this country not income father but asset hobby meaning that Americans don't say three to six months worth of savings in an account, but they drive the right car they live in the right house. They've never been taught how financial resilience he works. They've not been taught how insurance works. We don't make insurance priority over the expensive car that we drive. Yeah. He says, we keep going back to the federal government but his stay God and brock long as a Republican and worked as president trump stream administrator. He's no longer there now but he says look as Americans we need to know how to bounce back without putting out our hand and saying, all right help me out. Well, I read a story this morning that hundreds of people had their homes burnt didn't have insurance. Yeah. We'll be true. I've got a problem with somebody who doesn't get insurance. Coming to to me and say, Hey, can I have some money to rebuild? Why didn't you buy insurance? Maybe they can't get insurance if they can't get insured then they shouldn't be living there. Yeah and it may be a lack of ability I know I live in Santa Clarita and we've got some friends that their insurance agencies have come to them and said, look you're in a high fire danger area Stevenson ranch that area we're not insuring you anymore there yanking their policies and they're having to go out and spend a fortune with other companies so. Some of that, we had a house in the hills years ago and we weren't given a mortgage unless we got fire insurance. Yeah, which was really expensive at the time, and sometimes the fire insurance would disappear and we had to scramble to find the find another policy somewhere for a lot more money. But you know that should be a requirement that if you can't get fire insurance, you can't even buy the house you can't build house and I think a Lotta people are dealing with adequate insurance. Same thing I know when we covered the NAPA earthquake a few years back it was shocking to me because we've just always had earthquake insurance on our house in it is. Crazy expensive and you look deductibles and you know it's like one hundred thousand dollars you know you're thinking are we gotta pay that is if something happens but most people don't have it and in Napa County most people did not have it and then that quake happened they had a lot of damage and there are a lot of people standing out there saying, look you know your regular homeowners policy doesn't cover any of that and they were out. They were GONNA have to pay for it on their own unless fema came in and gave the money. Right Alex thank you very much for that. Update. You gotTA. Thanks guys. Alex Stone do for Kfi with the breaking news just in the last hour that the trump administration reversed itself. They will not deny California's fire disaster aid request on twitter. Governor gruesome just got off the phone with at Donald Trump who has approved our major disaster declaration request. Grateful for his quick response and his twitter picture. Little picture that comes with your yeah he's wearing a mask. Tom McClintock that nomad. Right. 'cause you gotTa Send Virtue Signal and got to send the right message. Well, you know they the other day. There were three people who got the virus through twitter. Quite didn't hear S. yes. They they. Okay hot. No, they're not. That's very deadly if you get it through twitter. Intimate form of message. Johnny Ken. Show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere. Excuse me Oh, no. Doubt I think I did five leg. To Good Song State, Laugh Yeah Whereas I. A. Good Song for Covid Year live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. look we get the voter guide I'm getting e mails everyday people for that voter guide. Oh. This voter guy is so important I mean we've got such enormous reach that if everyone of you listening follows the voter guide, we'll have a meaningful impact on the fate of these propositions I. Know. And other races as well so you must go to. Our Page Kfiam640.com the John and Ken page and it should be right at in the top left hand corner. If it hasn't been displaced. Diving lately, I meant to do that to. What every we check yesterday Bala tracks, and my thing is still box after three days. No one's it hasn't moved to the next level in the process Oh it says stuck in the box well, it though the only message I have is that your balance has been sent to your home. After I, stuck it in the box Tuesday eventually someone's supposed to pick it up and then I? Think it gets scanned somewhere and then I'm supposed to get a message daddy had has been received by not gotten that message. I told you. You could find any news reports on this gigantic warehouse that they have the county fairgrounds where they have A. That's my job thousands. Ballots piled up stacks and stacks everywhere and all these little government weasels scurrying from now you and I'll be reporting that they're still counting votes in that warehouse one year market Dan. Harris Warren proposition twenty. It's still close. We'll see what the updates today. Where it's gonNA matter the ballot proposition valid proposition. So that's why you have to. You have to follow each one we we've gone very care there. There's so many lies and all the TV and radio commercials and the the ballot questions themselves are written. So deceptively, trust nothing you read except our determinations all right and follow those don't make any exceptions don't say I disagree with them on this. No do not disagree with us on anything just follow and say I saw one of those commercials yesterday proper fifteen the one that's going to raise the property taxes on the businesses, the commercial properties, and this commercial was trying to convince you first of all, they use the corporate loophole. Yeah that you're you the residential homeowners are GonNa get tax money back and at the end they mumbled average of one hundred and twenty one dollars a homeowner plug ler. Vote for proposition fifty. Lighting really you're not getting tax money back. Reducing this will reduce your property taxes by one hundred, twenty, one dollars on average they will not. I don't know how they made that up, but that's that's completely bogus. It's what it really is. It's a foot in the door if they can get the votes to approve this, they can get the next phase. We don't believe in the slippery slope too often on the show, but trust me. Dave. Wanted to slash proposition thirteen from nineteen seventy eight for forty two years. This is not a slippery slope this straight ninety degree down cliff. All right. You go straight down into into raising property taxes on your residence. That that, there's there are many groups raising millions dollars to jack up your property taxes. So don't They believe in incremental ISM and they'll wave takes some twenty years. They will just nudged the ball yard by yard down the field until they get till they get your money. We have another update on this week's crazy story concerning the ballots about the state Republican Party, and it's private ballot boxes that they put out there the described as unstaffed, unsecured, unofficial, and unauthorized. They apparently have agreed to longer deploy them. And you want to state did today they issued subpoenas and you'd better run when you get issued a subpoena. They want to find out how the containers have been used in at least three counties where they been placed. But the rest of the story here doesn't sound like the Republican Party is is backing down one bit. They're insisting under California's vague ballot harvesting laws that they can do this. But Remember California law requires a person collecting somebody's ballot to fill out the information on the absentee ballot envelope. I saw it on mine if I'm was post if I didn't drop this in that metal box myself and someone else is going to do it for me I'm supposed to sign but I couldn't. I couldn't come over your house and if you signed the front of the balanced and I could have taken your ballot. Yeah. I think it says this authorizes so and so to deliver my ballot. Yeah, there's a whole procedure. The Republicans are wrong. It's not legal what they're doing it and and you know even if they found some twist a judge to find some kind of window, the justify this, they shouldn't be doing this I wouldn't put your ballot, a Republican box I wouldn't trust it because who knows who they've hired. To pick up the ballots and where they're going to end up I just don't don't even don't even go there. And I guess it was fall. So to the probably more Republican voters had Democrats who don't trust the US post office it was. Probably, who don't trust the county registrar well, go stand in line, but that's where the ballots gonNA end up. Anyway they'd go go stand in line and go to the voting machine. I don't I don't I don't trust the US mail either I. Don't trust the Democrats I don't trust the Republicans I don't trust anybody that's why you ought to just go right right to the voting machine do your business. The only thing they agree to again is to take off the word official ballot dropbox. It will no longer say official radio what else this is just going to this inspire the Democrats to do something sneaky and weird in the next election cycle. I it's just dumb in the Republicans I think you guys have about fifteen issues here in California because this entire status crumbling and falling apart you one single idea that you could campaign on that you could create some kind of pressure to change the way the world is going instead of Futz around with these with the stupid box idea you guys interested in the real world at all. At, all do you have any idea what it's like to be a regular person in the state are do you have any inclination on helping us or do you WanNa play your stupid inside baseball political nobody gives a pool about. When we come back uproar on the streets of L., A. We'll explain. John and Ken show. John. Ken Chiampou Kfi am six point eight live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Taste, you didn't hear the news trump administration has reversed its decision and we'll approve California's emergency disaster relief request. As somebody wrote this morning. When the request apparently was first denied that's what happens when you sue the fence a thousand times. You know I don't think they're going to do just a purely common sense. Your your ten points down for president and you're denying federal aid to. California for the huge fires and guess who worked up the most Republican congressman could be in danger here like Tom McClintock. Chest. He like wait a minute he so self destructive this month you think he was on the front lines of that decision or they just decided. This is probably what our president would like us to do and just said, I don't know ultimately he's got to sign off on it. I mean it's his responsibility I mean they ought to be passing these. To his desk. I I don't understand. I. Really. But also have a new friend again people people You should. You should be banned from building in farsighted areas especially if you don't have insurance. I had a hell, can you build a house without insurance and then and now you're standing on the on the street with your hand out wanting everybody else to pay for it I don't get that. That should on top of that, let's let's clean up the forest. Really let's get rid of all the deadwood. How many millions of trees are out there that are just rotted. Let's do that. Let's say, let's let's get the power companies to continue to remove all the dangers and upgrade their power lies can do all these things together. We can reduce the fire risk significantly rather than freaking out every year, but has a couple of million acres burn. Bob Cat fire was started by southern California Edison. Yes now one's up in northern. California. That were the worst that was lightning not much. We can do about that. No. But if you remove a lot of the dead wood, there'd be less Berle though I am working on an anti lightning machine I didn't tell you. know. What I've been doing my downtime from the virus, you have a lot of downtime apparently. Yes. Well we moved to the streets of L. A. and there are two stories making news first one's brief. The Pest Control Company organ has put out its newest list of America's ready a cities and we're number two where number two nowhere is it mentioned no in the story that probably the thousands of homeless. Yeah. One of the reasons it's a lot of rats crawling around some of them with typhus yeah, fleas typhus. Plague. Yeah, the fleas on the rats that have the disease and. Chicago's number one in in case you were curious I would have thought. New York. New York's third vote progressive. If you WANNA be on the top five most rats list but progressive. And also making, do you think you think Irvine has got a lot of rats? No, it doesn't. That's a good point. You still think they have all beige though right bay so much beige. Beige condos and apartments and houses. I would trade the Bache. Trade the rats the. Kiss with two. There is outrage because yesterday was the first day that L. A. went back to regular parking enforcement rules, and this appears to have taken a number of Angelenos off guard they have taken to twitter. To express their outrage. One User wrote you've got my whole block and rage. This is a residential area. We don't have parking structures at least pretend you care. He wrote the Garcetti. And the city. Because, you know a lot of people are still working from home old. Cars around most of the day I was I was going to say what what were these people doing before the virus had but they were working all day before. And during the day and then get out of there before the street sweeping crap and the overnight crapper I. Say. Peak hour, anti gridlock role. So Garcetti. Idiot he know this or person. Being, agreed bag one twitter I hate to quo- titter but he said look. If you're going to do this this this, the lockdown restrictions are lifted a good point. When we can resume normal life going on from our business or wherever we're going you can come back with you Dan parking rules. So they close close your store that close your your office and you have nowhere to park during the day, and then they give you a ticket for that. They waited they suspended it back in March I think it was but they decided it's back here in October probably because they need the money. Yeah but people know where to go. Physically there's nowhere to put the car. But by the way, the city will not impound your car if you're living in it. That had to be case wasn't probably with wral. Put. One of your small children in there. And that'll keep them from telling. Someone wrote this morning. So bummed for everyone who didn't know L. A. Street sweep enforcement with starting back neighborhood is a parking ticket massacre. This morning that is abusive say Yuki and don't go on twitter twitter is a way to get a human being. You have to make a huma baiters like talk radio phone lines used to be where the media for response I know but going on twitter doesn't change anything in this case. They do go to the parking enforcement bureau. Go into the offices of the city councilman. Press Out Really Express your outrage. Yeah. Oh. If they start getting. The crowds antique is drawing up at, Portland. You might. You might see something change. Yeah that's true. But the woman that wrote that. Message. My neighborhood is a parking ticket massacre. Apparently goes to the moniker Hannah rose from the grave POW. That's a little. Isn't it? Even dead? People are angry. League rocker said he pisses everybody off even then I'm sure. You know the the Pencil. Pusher. told the Garcetti, the city council we are so far in the red you gotta bring back a pretty good source of money. HOW COME PARKING Every decision at a Garcetti's administration is an abusive one is wrong and abusive. Is. Just stealing money. Every one of these. Never does he do the right thing for the average person? Never we want there to be a sandwich. What kinds of said. Weeny Sandwich and I saw this story coming last week. But I can guarantee you ninety percent of Angelenos. Had No idea that the parking enforcement was coming back they did it in my area. They started like a month ago actually two months ago and it was all right. I'll admit a little humorous to seal the parking tickets one morning when I was walking my street of that. Caught on. Stuff that's horrible. People. These people are still working from home they haven't. You're working from home and your tax money pays the salary of all these parking ticket weasels that are scurrying around early in the morning. You're you're paying for these people to steal money from you. Ain't. I. Smiled a bit is because in my neighborhood, we do have garages, private garages, but people don't use them. It's stack with all the crap. Sometimes they go past the alligator, my neighbor's homes at a garage doors up. It's like Oh. My God, it's like a horror. There's so much crap in there. Just filing cabinets and bicycles and toys piled up. So they park in the street that that is the state of Michigan. is another closet that's the state of my garage right now. Oh, it is at four ceiling every square inch. Driveway so you can get your car we have. Yeah. We have a driveway by see that it's easy when all the when all the guys moved back in this summer and then they left again. But they left to smaller quarters and they left the tons of boxes and furniture by sell toe. Have a garage sale. Perfect wouldn't get much for it. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou. Am Am. Six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. We will once again be joined by Bjorn Lomborg after the news at three o'clock. He's with the Copenhagen consensus the president. And they visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution Stanford University. He talks to us about climate change believes in and he's got some thoughts on Joe. Biden's two trillion dollar plan. You heard that right? Two trillion dollar plan for climate change. One thing. About it a number of things he does not. Plan, all that to us, that's a tremendous amount of money to lower that that degree. And we'll also be telling you the story that There are a large group of people I. Think it's time for Dianne Feinstein to pack her bags, her pearls. And head out of Washington and it's kind of funny. We'll get to all of that and the big three o'clock hour I think it was around this time yesterday. We reported on the sad story that the San Francisco Zoo had well Lemur that disappeared. It's the San Francisco Zoo and garden. They reported it missing a couple of days ago. His name is mackey it's a male. Twenty one years old, which is above the life expectancy for your average Lemur. They are fascinating looking animals with really crazy is this one I'm looking at a picture of him says undated but. He's hefty. They were feeding that Lieber. Well, he's is a fat Lemur. Well they have a tiny head and he's got all this weight down the bottom. You know it's like. Big re-ready sitting down in the picture. Look it up probably. Curious about getting fed some. Food family they belong to. See around Mammal but I looked up yesterday I don't remember specifically is a ring tailed lemur. Yeah. It's in the primate departments in the primary I. said there native Tomato Gas Scar. What was weird about this is that some strange guy stolen Lemur from the Santa Ana Zoo, a couple of years ago and I was wondering if He made his way to San Francisco and did the same thing although how do we know the Lemur didn't escape? They're saying there was evidence of forced entry. Okay she's right on top of that the leaper. Did you take it. No. But I'm thinking you. You might be right that that one guy might have lemur finish, which is really weird. Yeah I wanNA, know what happened to the Lemur. We'll has been found right by it was found on your saying what happened when he had. The Labor a day. No. Well, you use the term fetish. That's true. The missing, San. Francisco. Lemur has been found by Daly city police had a playground near the hope Lutheran Church. there was not attached. Some children were playing apparent was picking up his daughter at the church the playground when he heard the kids about a Lemur, he was fascinated. So he went looked and there it was. Eating from a Bush. Hanging out. The someone else said, it was kind of hiding behind something like it was kind of afraid which you could understand. Anyway they came and they took the Lemur back to the zoo and I am I would imagine he's in fine health. They did offer the head off for twenty one, hundred dollar reward. So I. wanted to family the kids should they should get that? Yeah. Story to where they're. They're thanking the boy by giving him a lifetime membership to the zoo. That's Nice I'd rather have. The money to I'd rather have the twenty one hundred dollars. I was a kid I'd hold out now there is no word. On how the Lemur or who took the Lemur from the zoo so it's not. We're not saying it couldn't be that weird guy that Though as we reported yesterday, he was there for a monkey. But the monkees wouldn't go with him. Oh. So the Lemur was the second choice. Yes. The LEMUR apparently was willing to go. So what negotiation took place monkey the monkees picked up he was a Weirdo the monkees probably ran from him or I went made noises. That guy. Smell a pervert. Yeah, he took Joe last year you wouldn't believe what happened. So in both stories the Lemur was returned safely. So that's the goodies. All right. When we come back, we'll be visited once again by Bjorn Lomborg. He knows a lot about climate change the Copenhagen Consensus. He's the president. He's a fellow at the Hoover Institution and Stanford you got a book false alarm how climate change panics panic cost us trillions and hurts the poor fails to fix the planet and he's got some thoughts on Joe Biden's two trillion dollar climate change plant two, trillion coming up next. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken. Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Welcome everybody informers forgot the voice like people are coming back around it will be with us the five o'clock hour. And the trump administration did. Reverse itself after saying earlier today was turning down California's latest request for emergency relief from the federal government because of the wildfires. Few hours later. That was reversed and they will approve the application if you want to call it that. We're going to once again talked to a beyond Lomborg. He's been on our show several times. He's president to the Copenhagen, consensus and visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford, he's got a book false alarm how Climate Change Panik costs us trillions hurts the poor and failed to fix the planet and the reason he's coming on now is a he wrote about Joe Biden's two trillion dollar climate change plan, and there's some good stuff in here that needs to be heard by a lot of people bjorn. Welcome again, how are you? Good. To be back thanks two trillion dollars over four years Ha Ganic amount of money. That seriously is what he proposes to spend in four years. Well it's a it's a plan and of course, you know just as well it necessarily mean it's GonNa get through Congress didn't get selected but it's worth looking at and obviously he's branding a lot of stuff in there. He's doing what many leaders around the world has now done they're promising to spend vast sums of money to try to fix climate, change it look climate change are real problem, but you have to be very careful that you don't end up spending much much more than the problem that you're actually time all that you don't actually end up making more hurt than you make good. Yeah as you write in this piece that we have here that the UN climate panel estimates set by the twenty-seven global warming will overall have a negative impact equivalent to a reduction in incomes. Between point two and two percent by then the UN expects the average person will be three hundred and sixty three percents riches today. So the negative impact from climate change means that we will instead be three hundred and fifty six percent as rich as today that's a problem but not the end of the world is how you express it. And it really is important to recognize you know people talk about this and by those as well. This is an existential problem a survey last year showed that almost half the world's population believe it's likely that global warming is GonNa end humanity. That's just simply not what the UN climate pounds houses. That's just not what climate change climate change is a problem UN climate penalties zero point two, two percent in the two, thousand seventeen. It's not the end of the world, and of course that matters because if you think into the end of the world, you're willing to spend everything this. If you realize that zero point two, two percent problem you realize you shouldn't spend more than two percent fixing it. What's funny is and this is also in your piece while over a half, a public thinks this is a serious problem Less than just less than half are willing to spend even twenty four dollars a year to fight it. So. It's a big problem but nobody wants to pay for it that in that, that's that's the price of lunch for two. And I know and and in some ways, it also tells you sure people will tell you this is a really big problem but when they also tell you but I'm only willing to spend twenty four dollars on it. You know that they don't think it's all back of the big problem but of course, what it really shows these large spend plans are just unsustainable the Biden plan is essentially telling us let's spend three thousand, five, hundred dollars per person on fixing climate change. But. If people only willing to spend twenty four dollars, you're not gonNA get away without for very long to the really issue here. Here's you gotTA recognize. You have to find a solution that's actually compatible with what people are willing to spend instead of just trying to go for the the full monty if you will and then realized just like the French President two years ago when they tried to up the the gasoline price by thirteen cents per gallon and you know. Bath swathes of the country just simply rebelled and said, no, we're not GONNA do that. You have to find a cheap and effective way wondering what is Trident spent, what is biting spending all this money on them. And that's a good question and it's very hard to actually know exactly what the number is. Honestly I think it was more about saying I'm gonNA spend two trillion. So you know I'm a really good guy. He has put put. Some very specific things. So he's GonNa spend about three hundred. It's hard to tell about a couple of hundred billion dollars more on whether rising home. It's one of those things that always sound really good. We're gonNA insulate your home. We're GONNA make you save on energy we're actually GONNA. Richer and we're going to cut carbon emissions unfortunately. Almost, all the studies have been done from these projects show that they cost a lot and they don't save all that much. So the biggest study showed you only say about half of the cost so bad deal it's simply not the right thing to do, and that's why you need governments to go in and do this instead of actually having a regular citizens to it. If it was really a good deal, everybody would already be doing how would they enforce something like that? How would you force hundreds of millions of people to weatherize their homes? Oh you. The point here is if it'd be like the other plans, you basically give people, lots of money to weatherize your home, which, of course, you know if you get a lot of money, you're going to say, I'm GonNa do that because I will save some money in the long run by being able to spend less on heating or cooling. But at deal for society because we know you end up typically spending twice as much as the benefit for society. That's a bad deal again, don't do stupid stuff only do the smart thought. It's not that complicated talk about the electric vehicle tax credit he proposes because people think electric cars are the ultimate panacea this. Yeah I mean and and you know you live in California. They've just decided they're gonNA fight all the fires with with electric cars in two, thousand, thirty, five, the reality of course. Yes. Electric cars are good I mean if you own a tesla and if you can afford one actually a fun beagle drive, it also cuts some few too but you need to get a sense of proportion. So he's proposing to at least get back seven, thousand, five, hundred dollars per vehicle, and of course, California throws in another two, thousand, five, hundred dollars and there are many other. tidbits fundamentally spending that much money on a vehicle that over its lifetime will cut ten tons of to. You could've bought that reduction in the north east of trading system for sixty bucks spending ten thousand dollars for something you could have bought for sixty bucks but the bad deal why do electric cars only save a little bit of carbon dioxide? So. It's do things partly, you think that each vehicle emit lots and lots of carbon dioxide over its lifetime it'll probably emit somewhere between twenty and thirty tons. So you can't save more than twenty or thirty times. Now, a lot of people then also believe that electric cars essentially serum mission vehicle. That's true when they're driving. But of course, when you charge them, you will typically charge them with electronics. At least partly from fossil fuels, also the battery is not much more energy consumption of it takes a lot more energy to produce. That's why most electric cars actually do not. A break even in their carbon emissions before they've run somewhere between. Fifty and one hundred thousand miles. I've heard the reality game that you'd have to keep your electric car for quite a few years before you hey, off the carbon. Debt of just. Building the battery. Yes and that, and that's true and again we're going to do this better and of course, we'll be to produce these with less intensive energy use and so on. We'll get better this but the fundamental point is this is not what's GonNa solve warming and certainly paying an enormous. For almost no benefit is a really bad idea. The International Energy Agency head told us a couple of years ago. People think electric ours are going to save the planet. They're wrong they. They just sent that that was the quote and the point is, yes, it's GonNa be a tiny bit not very much. Can you hang on the on? This is your Lomborg President of the Copenhagen Consensus visiting fellow at the hoover. Institution. Stanford got a book false alarm. How Climate Change? Cost US trillions hurts the poor fails to fix the planet we're looking at his latest article about job Biden's massive two, trillion dollar climate change plan. He does say we'll get to come back. There is something something's good in it, but there's one sentence which I think we've talked about it with them before that everybody needs to hear when it deals with cutting emissions completely coming up next John and Ken show John Kobylt. Ken Chiampou Kfi am six. Live, everywhere on the iheartradio APP have we continue now with our guest be on Lombard he is president to the Copenhagen Consensus to visiting fellow at Hoover Institution, Stanford and. His new book is false alarm. How Climate Change Panik costs, US trillions hurts four. Fails to fix the planet. His latest writings are about Joe Biden's massive. TWO TRILLION DOLLAR Climate, change plan let's bring Bjorn back on and he's talking about a couple of positive things about it, but we were just talking about electric cars. This. One sentence that. Is Worth repeating. In his latest writings and we've talked about it before but he writes even if the entire rich world cut all their co two emissions tomorrow. And remain shut down for the rest of the century. The standard UN climate model shows it would reduce temperatures by twenty, one hundred by just point eight degrees Fahrenheit. Which? Is. Remarkably nothing learn. How could there possibly be such historic sustained hysteria. And also, all these wild multi trillion dollar plans when it would take the the whole civilized Earth shutting down for the next eighty years to lower the temperature by less than a degree I. I don't understand where this comes from. And I think if you look back in time, we've had many of these similar kinds of things if you. Remember back to the eighties we worried about acid rain and there is set to certainly in Germany for instance, where probably resonated, the most people literally believe that Germany would be without forced in the year two thousand back in the nineteen seventies we thought we were going to run out of everything oil gas whatever Aluminum gold the whole Shebang. So we believe a lot of things if not the same, they're not problems acid rain was the problem There were issues about treating resources well, and the same thing with Climate Change Cra- changes the problem with the way it's being sold in the world. To kind of thing that means people are willing to spend whatever is necessary and of course, it means that we will end up really relief athletes and that's why it's important to say we the Joe. Biden plan. Talks about spending two trillion dollars a lot of. Things to do very little to help climate some of it is going to go to stuff. They'll have very little to do with you with climate like five jeep broadband modernizing decrepit schools and stuff. But there's one great thing he actually talks about this is what gets back to how do you actually fix climate change through technology if we could make green energy cheaper than fossil fuel, everyone would switch, you wouldn't have to force everybody to do they simply switch because it was cheaper. He wants to invest a lot of resources into research and development into Green Energy, and that is very likely. The best way to fix climate tree I. It seems that storage is a huge problem with green energy taking solar and wind power, and then storing the electricity long-term. In in I guess gigantic batteries. Be. Is is that possible. In our lifetimes to do that. Our lifetimes right it certainly, not possible right now just to give you one, you know sort of nugget of information right now, the US has enough battery capacity if you took all the batteries to store the equivalent of fourteen seconds of average US electricity consumption thirteen second. For fourteen thirteen fourteen I'm amazing fourteen fourteen seconds of energy. down. So This would take a lot more than what we're talking about right now and yes, that is a huge challenge but again, it is not something that we haven't done before. If you think back over the last hundred years, we've told many problems. That's the biggest one was if you think back nineteen sixties seventies, we worried about large swathes of the world would not be able to get enough food people. Starve to death a lot of people were just giving up on. India and many other countries what solved the problem with not to tell everyone in the US I'm sorry you gotta eat less than ship it down to Africa India real solution was innovation. We got the green revolution that basically made it possible for these pork. On every acre. Why India. Quarter urine can you say that again because your phone blipped out you rather than have a sent half our food to African India? What was this revolution? Say It again The green revolution it was the fact that we actually made this innovation that made it possible for everyone to grow much more food on every acre. They can now grow enough food to not only feed themselves but India's actually the world leading producer of rice exports, more rice than any other country in the world. That's an amazing achievement, and that's because of the green revolution innovation is what solve problems for the world. It's great talking with you. We could talk with you all day night. Seriously you're one of our favorite guests do you really are very logical and again, the orange does believe in climate change just wants to take a logical approach to make a difference Senate. Thanks for coming on. I and he is. He's got a book false alarm. How Climate Change Panik costs US trillions hurts the poor fails to fix the planet next time he comes on what I want to ask about because this just came off the top of my head and I. I remember years ago when I was much younger, it was the ozone layer remember yes and that seemed to everybody. That's why we switched from the spray deodorants to the role lawns or whatever they. Right it was the ozone it's GonNa Burn a hole, and then we'll be but. Too. Much. Sun. Nerve. Destroys yeah. Well, the the the sun rays would give us all cancer, I think. John and Ken John, Kobylt and Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Voter Guide is pin near the top still John If our web page, show it out. We check keeping an eye on UTECH Department or wherever they call every day to love every third, it has to be in the top left hand corner so people will find it. Printed, download it whatever you're doing and Use It follow it step by step proposition by proposition and vote that way we know what? The yes. Knows you need for the twelve statewide ballot measures? We have some recommendations in some local races to after four o'clock. One that was very big story back in twenty seventeen in two, thousand, eighteen I'm afraid is coming around again the recall the name Josh Neumann Josh Newman one of the all-time clown dufuses of the California legislature who stabbed his constituents in the back in Orange County and the Fullerton area by voting the deciding vote for the gas tax, they needed a two thirds vote massive the biggest in history billions per year extracted from you when you pay for gas. Your roads any better today? You know that's a great point. Isn't it? Don't always ask that question. Are you better off today on the roads and you worth three years ago that was. That was thank God. You're not using the roads as much the pandemic, but five billion dollars a year they. And the roads are disaster. The freeways are just L. and what's really they said that they were gonNA use the pandemic and lighter traffic to really boost the number of projects I and that's what's happening. They lied that's what they say. It's a good headline and nobody in the media ever files up to see if true. Well, I you know I drive down the four. Oh, five every day and the one it's not any better. And the the the one on one in the five going through downtown Holy Moly. Holy. Right, we spent billions of dollars rebuilding all Baghdad's roads after the Iraq war have really nice freeways Baghdad. So after that atrocious gas tax vote Reform California set in motion recall of Josh Newman and it worked in two thousand eighteen he was replaced in the state Senate by Ling. Ling Chang. That's WHO's going to join US after four o'clock. Obviously Josh Newman's back. He's running I think he's still wearing his bear suit and standing on street corners dopey signed this goof like assigned spinner. Yeah. He's like a guy trying to get business into a chiropractors office. I was thinking of a furniture store furniture store or or closing. Now, we're an oil lube joint. About your political career closing. Anyway she'll talk to us she's on the voter guide. If you live in that state Senate district, which is centered around Fullerton, it's let porn of Orange County, it touches a been to La County. Police. Keep Ling Chang in the state Senate whenever you do not the return of Josh Newman who deserve to be permanently punished. Now, there are some who believe there's another politician and it turns out it's a Democrat who needs to be permanently punished and she's from California. Senator Dianne. Feinstein. Her big job is she is the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, and what did they do this past couple of weeks well, there overseeing the confirmation hearings for amy, Coney Barrett to the US Supreme Court and there are outraged. WOKE PEOPLE PROGRESSIVE VOCALS WON'T CO over grant since described here Democrats liberal activists and left leaning pundits. Yes. Eh Her out all. What did she do? Well, she hug Lindsey Graham. And complimented him on the way that the committee ran the hearings. That's right. She thought it was excellent the way the whole thing was conducted now Lindsey Graham by the way is in a tight race for his Senate seat in South Carolina. Another reason why they thought that was a terrible stab in the back to getting him out, and this is hugged him. This is no hype. She really complimented him and this supreme. Court, justice was chest bulletproof. Check they had nothing her she's she's she's like the worst nightmare for these left-wing lunatics because she's ten times smarter than the entire Senate committee put together. And she's very poised. and. She did the whole week without any notes remember she held up the empty. Notebook. I mean she's She's she's a super brain and and she was a backboard when it came to all the questions about trying to get her on the issues and she's a mother of seven just came into question just comes bouncing back into your face. She Keiko after and say, well, we have evidence that you organized a gang rape squad while you're in college. Yeah they had no bread Kavanagh card. So, they can't say, well, we understand you made jokes about pubic hairs on coke cans. Now do you remember if they did anything to Gorsuch I don't even remember I guess now he's bulletproof to he. Okay. Some of these, some of these judges are just just one was so big because it's Ruth Bader Ginsburg seat I thought they were going to pull out something. I don't know what I said that that was the big joke. There was thought it was going to be that she's a wacky cold Catholic that's thought they were going to do. Yeah, she prays okay. Well. Let's that's part of the subservient female and that was a lie and yet look at her career I mean, exactly. That self evidently ally because if she was a subservient wife have a health, she end up the Supreme Court at a bunch of now on the Appeals Court. Notre Dame professor I mean it's it was so stupid stupid planted stories that were false fake wrong but you notice facebook and twitter to do anything to suppress those stories right? So you're also right they're mad at Feinstein because they don't think that the Democrats did enough one activist described it the Republican theft of Supreme Court seat stolen with kid gloves because you had a present president during his term, nominate a new justice because there was an opening. Well. Let's scandalous right that's illegal. Hey wait a second. How dare you filling opening during your term? You can't do that. Oh, you can't do that. Yeah because you're still president this idea that you're not president during September October. Of Your last year stupid. Absolutely stupid. They've actually spent how many weeks fighting over this no your president right till January twenty first. If somebody else falls over I'd I'd nominate another one And get it done before the new Senate gets convened. Problem they really have with Dianne Feinstein over one says it's not the case is that and we've known this for years. She's. got that horrible moniker moderate. That doesn't play well with the far-left has had enough of that. He he she said to Lindsey Graham, who is the chairman of the Committee Mr Chairman I just WANNA. Thank you. This is one of the best set of hearings that I participated in a thank you for your fairness and the opportunity of going back and forth it leaves one with a lot of hopes a lot of questions and even some ideas perhaps some good bipartisan legislation that we could put together to make this great country even better. Thank you so much for your leadership and then Gave Him A. Hug. And then all these kooks you don't want her taken in their stuck into what chipper one liberal activist group called Democracy for America, says, it wasn't the hugging it's calling this one of the best set of hearings. It's an important reminder that she's a senator for another era and California's are incredibly poorly served by that kind of representation era. Neil throw someone someone who for a moment ex reasonable for just a moment. Well, I told that and that and that's the real danger of trump. He doesn't help bring the country together and cure the bipartisan divide. But Feinstein approaches at at all I got a burner here. Here's another lunatic Adam Parkhomenko. A strategist who worked at the Democratic National Committee. Excuse. Me while I go punch a hole in the wall. This is from seeing Dianne Feinstein a hug. Yeah excuse me I punch. You don't maybe you're mentally unbalanced. Maybe should be on a serious PSYCHOTIC? Drug. John and Ken show John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou Kfi am six, forty five everywhere on the iheartradio APP. The dueling town halls. Last night, we will play some audio and a couple of stories that popped up today. One of them concerning one of the operatives it was placed at the Biden townhall turns out to be a former Obama speechwriter. Independent choice but he news. Talk about. Plant. Their shame was down. There absolutely shameless with with with all their all their fake biased coverage and then. seemed. To debate trump herself. Strangely enough lots of interruptions I thought we didn't like interruptions can't you let someone speak? No does she did progressive is interrupting than proper trend infants a woman interrupting a man it's okay that's. You. Dare. Yes. Offensive to interrupt his second. Yeah. That's right. Imagine if I, what I'm speaking I'm speaking y you horrible sexist you. There are. A lot of answers to the question. How was your flight? Will as a woman by the name of Alicia Beverly, who took a Delta Airlines flight from Las Vegas? To Detroit on Monday, she probably has the best answer of worst flight ever because a man urinated honor. Red I saw a lot of people were asleep. Was Awakened by that warm feeling. Warm and wet. Like jump up and see his private area out. Nice screened that woke everybody else up by that time. I actually looked at him and I see them shake himself off. And I realized this this man just peed on me. was looked in there was a puddle of p in the seats was he over served? It says only that those who representatives for the man who was it turns out is a well-known pastor for that. I'm North Carolina. His Way to Vegas. That's going on there, but you know that there's a pandemic. It says representatives for the pastor claiming he was suffering from a reaction to a sleep aid that he took. A sleep. Sleep aid, and so what sleeping has a side effect of the urge to pee on other people? Maybe it made him disoriented. He couldn't figure out if he was in the bathroom or where he was he just woke up and had the urge now maybe he was sleepwalking I know people have done that. There you go and they've all. Yeah, right. I have a friend who woke up. Chips hanging out of his mouth like John People sleep eat yeah. They sleep. Eat they go to the refrigerator just start eating stuff. They've gone driving. That that's not good. Yeah. That's that's worse than peeing on a moment on the plane. If you're in the car. Yeah. The street. Off Duty Cop was on the plane, restrain the man. And again, they haven't named him but he's a well known pastor from North Carolina whatever that means. She had sinner wet clothes. She's taking a trip to Vegas from Detroit doesn't she have some clothing that she could hop in the restroom and checked luggage? All in the checked luggage maybe if she didn't have a carry Eddie, that's the lesson always have a quick change of clothes in case you get peed on. So she harry all she had to sit in his soaking pay for the rest of the flight I imagine she tried to wiper self off but. She should have beaten the crap out of him. He was detained, but they don't know if he's going to be charged the FBI handles these kinds of matters because it happened in. Flight. Well what are you gonNA, do beverly. To work yesterday because I couldn't stay. I. Had to tell the why I needed to leave. My anxiety is really high literally since then I've only hours of sleep, you do have to bounce back you have to be resilient. You can't can't let pastor peeing on you define your life. You can't let it hold you back now. That's right. Is Worse than than ask the P. we've got Ling Ling Chang coming up she's running to defeat. Donder, a seat in the state Senate. Yeah. To Defeat Josh Neumann again that same clown. that we helped get get get him out of the state Senate some years ago for his gas tax vote. He's back trying again. John. And Ken show John Kobylt and Shannon Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Oh you know what? It's my lucky afternoon. I just got my email. From the L. A. Times I got their voter guide. Now. I know just the reverse overeating. We should. We should match up There's an hearts. is there a single question whether there's a there's twelve propositions, right? There thinks well statewide propositions right? Is there any of them we match up on? Oh. Yes. You're surprised or no I. Don't know. yeah let's see if I can. Like that matters. Trying to see there's some of those propositions are silly. Yeah they have a list here that just names all the propositions, but I don't see I looked at their positions a couple of weeks ago and I think there is a couple of over I could be wrong but well. Later. Well, for its prop twenty-three, the kidney dialysis clinic role thing with the Union I think they're against it too so as we are. I don't understand why somebody every couple years wants to put the dialysis business out of business. It's the they want to unionize it. And if they if they leverage the ballot to make the dialysis people if they were to lose the ballot proposition pay big bucks. Could drive, Matt a business. So there is their way of saying it's our way or the highway that's the way they want to drive Lubar and lift at a business. Thank you were supposed to prop twenty three people on today but I guess we didn't. Succeed in that, but we'll unions are so destructive. got. They blow. So much of the dues money they get they get carte blanche from the legislature who rubberstamps crazy proposition ideas ideas, and it's always about. Destroying Industry. By demanding too much too much money. In fact, I did just find it. I'll go through it for the next two. Yeah. They are and no on prop twenty three as are we? So I know there's at least one overlap between us in the also good. No Times. Yeah Oh. Yeah. We're going to take you back to twenty seventeen in two, thousand eighteen and that was the big recall of a state senator by the name of Josh Newman from a district basically centered in Fullerton and the surrounding area we helped collect signatures for reform. California, to get on the ballot that guy was the deciding vote to raise your gas taxes at an enormous amount a lot of outrage your district. Josh Neumann got recalled got kicked out but he's back. He's running to try to get his old seat back from Ling Ling Chang who replaced him? And, we have Ling Chang on the air. How are you? Good. How are you? We're good. Good God how how's your campaign doing what? What's the status here? It. It's awesome but it's GonNa be really close. You know a Lotta people forgot that. He's recalled in fact, he's been telling people I've been lying about the recall. You know we've been. We've been out there saying like, Hey, you know this guy has been legitimately recalled and he was deciding both the gas tax. And, of course, with your help you know we can. We can defeat him again. What is he lying about? What is he saying? He's saying Oh. He's not that this he wasn't wasn't because he was the deciding vote for the gas tax. And it's just it's. It's so ridiculous I mean he's he's been I haven't seen as many lives as as the ones that are coming from him. So it's been it's been insane. Have you seen him wondering around it as bear suit? I have not seen him wandering around but you know the bear suit where than his newest bear suit was the one where he has their head Under the belt. So so to speak Verita. What it means bear head under the belt. Yes. So it's supposed to look like he's a sitting on the shoulders of bear. The head is positioned as such that it. Is Not yeah. Yeah, there's no need to describe any further. What can you tell our listeners now after three years of this about the gas tax that would be important to them. Whether or not the money's really being spent on the roads most people as we were mentioning last hour don't see a heck of a lot of improvement after three years of collecting all this extra money. Absolutely. A but not only that he did support split roll, which is now thought fifteen on the Ballard right? This is raising. Property. Taxes. On commercial properties. That's right which would be passed on to. Consumers of of whatever you know the building would be producing or selling But you know he's he's raised taxes on on a gas which cost of you know hard-working families four hundred dollars a year, and then now supporting split role which is nine hundred and sixty dollars a year, which would be a total of one thousand, three, hundred, sixty dollars per euchre family you know. Who Gets bounced out of the legislature for raising the gas tax and he tries to run again. On a on an of raising more taxes. And just to be clear if I had been in office during the gas tax debate, we would not have the largest gas tax in California's history. I mean, that's that's a fact I? mean. He claims he wasn't the deciding vote, but he is in fact the. Vote for the gas tax and he said that he would make that same boat again today. Nothing lost that recall pretty overwhelmingly I don't know what makes just. A couple of years later see wasn't it almost sixty forty to recall him? Yes. It was. It was very close Yeah. I mean it was it was Before it's like it was more like a seventeen percent different. Yeah. Yeah. Key what we the recall one by seventeen percent what are you? What are you hearing people in Your district? They still outraged about do some voting for that gas tax there other issues that are in the forefront. Newman. Yeah I know there are people who are sex saying, Hey, you know he's been recalled. So why would he even be on the ballot today and you know we just need to remind folks you know I know it's been two years but he was the deciding vote and not only that you know we have to remember he has duped and portrayed you know Arkansas. and. This is not the right thing to to do obviously last time a state senator was recalled prior to Josh Newman with in nineteen fourteen by the way. So we need to remind folks. District touch on. Anaheim at all. Yeah, we we have West aniline. Is there any movement restlessness in the legislature to try to curb newsome's dictatorial powers and get something like Disneyland, reopened immediately. Oh. Man I. I have some of my colleagues and I have signed onto a letter. Asking for folks of for me to to reopen in a safe and responsible way and I actually did do a tour fifty tour of downtown. Disney and they've been they've been great. You know in terms of you know the safety protocols but I ask Disneyland whether or not there's been outbreaks in. In. You know. Business Paris Disneyland Tokyo, any of the other Disneyland's. Around the world and there hasn't, and especially when they're laying off over twenty eight thousand jobs, we really need to figure out how to open responsibly and. They were all I think for three months and they had zero cases. So I'm sure the same plan abused Disneyland and everybody knows what it is and I just I. Think it's getting cruel at this point to a lot of you know ordinary Californians who desperately need to work and I think the legislature needs to be representing these people and and curbing this closure. Absolutely. Absolutely. No doubt. Both parties ought to be voting to end the closure, and if he vetoes it override the veto, that's how you can do it, and that's what ought to be day. I can't imagine why nobody is trying to help out I mean tens of thousands of people and billions of dollars. State Senator Lee Chang how can people find out more about your campaign? Please go onto my website. It's lean twenty twenty dot. com. So it's La G. Twenty, twenty dot com. All right. I want to remind people I wanNA remind that they need. They should go online to look up where vote centers are because Democrats are turning in their ballots a lot. A lot faster than Republicans but we need everybody to to start turning in their ballots whether they mail it in or they go online to figure out where their vote centers are because it's not the usual pulling their polling location it it everything has been condensed into polling voting centres. Point. Is that go online early to their county website to check out whether they're voting center is? All right. All right lingering tank. Thanks for coming on. We hope you retain the seat. Thank you so much. John and Ken. You, this is the twenty ninth Senate district mostly Northern Orange County a little bit of La County San Bernardino when there to give you an idea some of the areas Fullerton, half of Anaheim Diamond Bar, your Belinda they're all in that state Senate district John. The answer is one third. We agree with the also good times four out of the twelve balanced measures file. It's more than one of them is seventeen year olds voting and I didn't feel very strongly about that. Either way care they're not gonNA vote it doesn't matter. There's five seventeen years they don't want the money on stem cell either that's another one that's not really a big deal. So They also agreed with us on that prop nineteen. That's the property tax assessments. That's the one that's GonNa get people who hand down property to family members and tax and big time they're against that too. Yeah. That's good. All right. Then the dialysis one, those are the for nothing huge. Quartermaster you can sure and health. Running A. Department Store made a pivotal. Really, and I made this was pivotal harassed Biden was going to relaunch that effort. The law is under construction. A lot of work has been done a lot of Red Aversion Command decided to shield shelter criminal. And now an update from the presidential race desk is John and Ken John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty everywhere on the iheartradio. APP. All right. So last night during our five o'clock hour it was dueling town halls of course here in the West Coast. If you wanted to watch trump's town hall, you had to go to MSNBC The channel four broadcast was delayed until eight o'clock. ABC had a town hall hosted by George Stephanopoulos NBC's by Savannah Guthrie. We wouldn't even talk about the ratings because it's hard to compare the two considering they weren't running at the same time and every place in the country. But Anyway, I was like twelve million I think watch Biden ten, million watch trump, which isn't a heck of a lot. But one of the things that came up at the Biden townhall turns out that one of the questioners this was not mentioned by ABC News these. They used to describe them as. Undecided voters I will how they presented these town halls. But usually that that's what the routine is. These are undecided voters and the candidates trying to impress them trying to get the swing voters here. A Nathan Osborne. Was One of the questions at the ABC townhall featuring Joe Biden. Well. He's a former speechwriter for Obama. Did. He did he mention that when he asked the question? I. Obama former speechwriters, I. I don't think so I think he just says I I'm Nathan the fix was questioned for the VP fixes easily szekely work for the office of public. Affairs at the Commerce Department. Under the Obama Administration and at the Small Business Administration. There was another question the crowd who apparently was also Emma credit corny operative and they just accidentally showed up. I mean, there weren't that many people in the audience because then everybody spaced out. Yes I know they were so lucky to get those tickets. They were. Did they have connections. Here we'll start with this clip because you were watching last night and you're kinda reading the captioning and we're curious about the. We're going to start with clip number three. This is. One of the town hall attendees asking Joe Biden about a famous line uttered a few months ago. Three. Sides, you ain't black. What do you have to say to young black voters who see voting for you as further participation in a system that continually fails to protect them Well I say first of all, as my buddy John Lewis said, it's a sacred opportuni right to vote can make a difference if young black women and men vote, you can determine the outcome of this election not a joke. You can do that, and the next question is am I worthy of your vote can I vote and the answer is two things I think that I care I've demonstrated I care about my whole career. One is in addition to dealing with criminal justice system to make it fair and make it more decent. We have to be able to put black Americans and officials able to gain wealth generate wealth Suzanne and so you look at what that entails. From early education. That's why I'm supporting making sure that we had title one schools. As you know schools with unleashed tax base to be able to support their skulls, I, increase the funding for them from fifty. To forty, five, billion dollars that allows every teacher in that school to make up the sixty thousand bucks in the problem now is leaving the schools they're not. They're short about a million and a half teachers teach teachers number two, every three and four and five year old will go to school school not daycare school freeze all the Great University Preschool and you've got to go to or went to, in fact talks about in the last eight years. What's happened? What happens when you let them go to school they make up rapidly than whatever whatever. Whatever? Shortcoming ahead in terms of their education prior to that. CanNot on the captioning you're watching that and he goes glitz there at the end was on and on wandering through the forest, and then he stops and Stephanopoulos says to the questioner who is young black voter. Did. He did he answer your question and the guy's eyes glazed over and he was actually listing a little to the right he's starting to tell and he goes. In Yeah I, guess so. And bide realized he had made the Santa Snow Give Up. It's like it did. He said that he said, well, I could talk to you more about that if if you WanNa talk afterwards. Guy On the park bench it's like you just want to be nice and move on and the guys like no I don't WanNa talk to you more. It's okay. I gotta get Outta here real quick. You'll contrast that energy with the rambunctious trump take it on savannah. Guthrie. got a couple more clips to play when we come back John and Ken show John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou. KFI. Am Six, forty live. Everywhere. On the iheartradio APP of course, next hour we will be visited by our voice line friends stay tuned for that around five. Twenty we're. Back to some of the audio from the town halls. Instead of having their second presidential debate because trump did not want to do a virtual debate. Supposedly. They'RE GONNA meet next Thursday in person but I don't know any further word on that. Both of them decided to do town halls ABC took Biden George Stephanopoulos, the former Clinton political operative and NBC did one in Florida hosted by Savannah Guthrie who I don't watch all of it but I caught some of it She was doing her own debate with trump. Yeah. Bitch. A lot of people erupting at forgotten because so much time is passed that Stephanopoulos was a top aide to. Bill Clinton. He was one of his campaign managers if I remember. AIRY lurs running campaign strategy back in back in the nineties and was with him in the White House and then suddenly you know he became a respected TV newsman this time goes on a lot of people forget or they weren't alive back then and they don't realize this is a a longtime democratic hack. Yes it's not an. Objective. So it doesn't matter how many times he's at the anchor desk and how many times he looks world weary and and reasoned and wise as as a political hack. And he shouldn't cheeky should carry that sign around his neck. When he hosts these things. So we'll visit the trump townhall and give you a little bit of flavor about Savannah Guthrie against trump. This was a question about whether or not trump took a test for the corona virus when he was about to debate to bite and clip for when was your last negative test when did you last remember having a negative test? Test quite a bit and I can tell you that before the debate which I was a very good debate and I felt fantastically I was I had no problem before did you tap I don't know I. Don't even remember I test all the time, but I can tell you this after the debate like I guess a day or so I think was Thursday evening maybe even late Thursday evening. I tested positive I found out. The debate because the debate commission's rules was the honor system feed that you would come with a negative test. You say, you don't know if you've got a test on the day the diagonal problem again, the doctors do it I don't ask them digest all the time. Thanks stop. Stop Stop. This is where he just shoots a meself all over his body I mean just give the damn answer. You know what what what everybody suspects is got gotta pay out a positive test before he went out on the debate stage. Didn't they say he gonNA get the Biden sick and so that's why everybody's trying to trap him into answering the question he's not going to answer the question. And it's excruciating that he doesn't shoot straight but maybe he got something to hide and if he has that to hide well. You know if you actually tested positive before the debate and he went on the stage anyway. I didn't know how he gets entangled in this nonsense. I. Really he autism one talking about what he's accomplished and he just gets bogged down and. Yeah but I thought that townhall participants asked the questions well. She ended up asking a number of twenty minutes I twenty minutes were. Hall her up right. That's the townhall but that's you know that's that's the way. These things go I mean there's plenty of stuff by the way to ask Biden About for twenty minutes and be justice prosecutorial if at least both got the same treatment. But. Day Stephanopoulos Poured Biden warm bath. And gave him some milk. Let's go back to Biden clip to this is from the ABC townhall and He's asked that Supreme Court question he's had a tough time with for a couple of weeks. If they vote up before the election, you are open to expanding the court. I'm open to considering what happens from that point on. Now you said so many times during the campaign all through the course of your career, it's important to level with it is. If. I, if I say. No matter what answer I gave you if I say, that's the headline tomorrow it won't be about what's going on. Now the improper way they're proceeding but don't voters have a right to know where you? Are Standing, I'll have a right to know where I stand before they vote. So you'll come out with a clear position before Election Day. Yes. They how they handle this. Twenty million people voting. Right. He's saying until she's confirmed I'm not gonNA. Give my exact position on this people are already voting all over the place. He's he's upset about the way they're doing this it is entirely constitutional. If the president is in office during his term and there's an opening, he can nominate a replacement. I did this fiction that any other president would not have done this is total nonsense. Every president would do this. This is one of the few lasting legacies that's a president sure to have. Is How he populates the Supreme Court because their terms can go on for for thirty years or more. So, that that's the big prize is you get to set the direction of the court if the openings happened to coincide with your term, there is no president of any party anywhere in the history of the country that would not fill a slot. Such a bogus fake nonsense issue and he is such a weasel for not answering it when we return. To more clips came up in the trump. Townhall in Florida. One. I guess it's a conspiracy I had never heard before I read it in an article this week, and then it was addressed by trump. At, last night's town hall. I had not heard this one night see everything I thought I knew everything but not this conspiracy theory more coming up. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou. Kfi Am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. We're talking about last night's dueling town halls between Biden and trump in place of their scheduled second debate. Both sides are going to be bothered by questions. It's mostly trump but biden, of course is asked lot about you know Antifa these protesters in the streets of places like Seattle and Portland and the violence in the rioting. Trump instead is chased after by questions about groups like the proud boys or whatever other groups that came up at the debate a couple of weeks ago, and then there's questions about this odd. Fringe Q. Anon- movement. which apparently believes There is a deep state. Run by political elites, business leaders and Hollywood celebrities who also happen to be pedophile 's. And there are he against trump? Yes. They're engaged in rampant sex trafficking. When I did not know is they also believe That maybe we didn't kill. Some of Bin Laden was a body double. You know no fake out by the I was I was talking to a friend of mine today and he knows some guys in the tech industry. About where this Q. and on thing came from because it's been remarkably persistent. Now, for several years, it seems to be growing and it has a way of sucking people in and it's like an online cult. And there are some people who spend all their days in down the rabbit hole. Reading and and sending links to their friends and believing in it and getting angry if you don't believe too and they think it started out by a couple of Like tech guys who are into alternate reality, it's almost like a game, right? Let's create this alternate reality, and let's put it online and see who goes for it. And then they started trolling people as they got fans they got people joining and believing it. The whole business, the alternate reality business, and and I know a guy who's who's written a book about You know a fake civilization somewhere on the planet and he goes on jury show to promote the book and there's people calling in who believe in the fake civilization. or at least there tend to and I think it gives those people more meaning to things. Almost like the cult like people you describe who really you know hang on the fringes of beliefs at our way out there on issues like climate change which they believe in. So firmly that it controls their life but these guys you're describing these people want to believe in the right but the guys who started it either started as a joke or an experiment or some kind of is somebody. As the letter q and then of course, a non means anonymous hugh. The name comes from claimed he had a security clearance in Washington clearance, which is like the highest clearance you could have in the energy, department so they say I don't know I don't know any of this is true. Doesn't trump just say. I don't know much about it, but they're not from what I understand. It steady re tweets. Here here's the question about Cunanan at the town hall. Let me ask you about. This. Theory that. Democrats are a satanic pedophile ring and that you are the savior of that now, can you just once and for all state that that is a completely not true. Allow Q. on in its entirety nothing about on I just tried very little. You told me. But what you tell me does it necessarily make fact I hate to say that I know nothing about it. I do know they are very much against pedophilia they fight very hard but I know nothing about. The other day subject I'll tell you what I do. Know about I know about ANTIFA and I know about the radical left and I know how violent they are vicious they are and I know how they're burning down cities run by Democrats. Senator Ben Sasse said quote Cunanan is nuts and real leaders call conspiracy theories. Conspiracy theory may not just say. Maybe right. I just don't know about Junan. It's fair to say, don't know about him, but mentally dies there against pedophile. tweeting it. So if you re tweeting it. Of course you know what it's about or you should you should be checking on what it is. I see articles every day about it now in fact, CNN. and. It is that is source and actually a fascinating story on how the Cunanan philosophy parallels. The Way Chris perilous Christianity teachings some Christian teachings. In in terms of structuring its philosophy in theme. To appeal to that part of the human brain and and always included in that. Is there some sort of Doomsday? There's some sort of either end of days apocalypse or some day when the savior is going to come and take care of all the bad guys and there was a long complicated articles really worth reading out loud. But they said they've they've taken the structure of Christianity and applied it onto this. Political. Conspiracy Theory. And, I guess it works I. Guess That's one of those keys to the human brain the way facebook and twitter figured out how to Hack your brain and get you addicted to waiting for likes waiting for approval. These guys I figured out how to create a new religion. And and and people are going for it because it's so widely available now online. Here is another question for trump and this is the one I had not heard of before I. Think it's also popular on in on a cover up. Of the death of Osama bin, Laden wasn't him that was killed. They used a body double. Here's the question with trump justice. Week, you reach tweeted to your eighty seven million followers a conspiracy theory that Joe Biden orchestrated to have seal team six, the navy seal to six to cover up the the fake death of bin Laden. Now, why would you send a? tweet that was re tweet that was a an opinion of somebody and that was re tweet. I'll put it out there people can decide for the. Someone's crazy uncle. Got Was a tweet and a lot of re tweets and frankly because the media is so faith and so corrupt. If I didn't have social media I, don't call it twitter closed social media. I wouldn't be able to get the word out and the. Word is the word is very simple. We're building our country stronger and better than it's ever been before. Trump's niece who wrote that book took the moment to tell, Savannah Guthrie really it's not like you're somebody's crazy uncle my crazy. There's There's billions of these crazy people now who believe in China. GonNa. Get. Always. Thought of member Alex Jones and Info Wars that those kind of people. Yeah it yeah it's. It's. It's another version of it. It's. And the very indignant defiant your ignorant you should do to your research you need to read up on this. This is true. Yeah it's. It's like if you're. Arguing with religion religion with devout believers go tell somebody their their their Bible. Is Fake Oh tell them that they're torres fake or their their What's The Islam Book? The Koran is faith. Yeah. Go tell them back right after to get the same response they're going to get outraged indignant and. That's the way human brain works. It's very receptive to this kind of construction. All right five o'clock hour is here on a Friday, it's going to bring us some waistline friends. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio. APP. Right well, you got Friday five o'clock hour. They'll bring the moist line people in less than fifty minutes or so. Tomorrow. President trump is gonNA come to the weekend, Sunday Orange County? Free fundraiser. At the home of a man by the name of Palmer Lucky. Palmer lucky is never heard talk about that's a great name for him. He grew up in Long Beach when he was nineteen. So young guy still he co founded the OCULUS rift virtual reality system in. Irvine. Alright virtual reality a lot of that he sold that company to facebook in two thousand, fourteen for three billion dollars. Do you think he set for life? I don't know if he's given his money away to politicians. Wonder about his judgment, he reported no political donations before 2017. But he claims that he was forced out of facebook after reports surfaced that he donated ten thousand dollars a pro-trump nonprofit. Yeah. These these said social media companies are really dictatorial about your political beliefs you have to be in line with the Progressive Democrats are you can't even work there. They catch you you donate it to trump or something Republican, and that's it. You're socially ostracized at work professionally ostracized its own weird cult. It seems like almost everything has become a cult. and. I. It must be replacing the I. Think it used to be that everybody who was locked into a religion? And never questioned it. And now, there isn't much religion that that many people devoutly believe in but I think there's still a mechanism in the brain that wants to be part of some kind of tribe with a certain set philosophies and a social rules and taboos and support trump is taboo if you work for facebook invitations to the fundraiser at this man's Newport beach home. Tickets ranged from twenty, eight, hundred dollars for one admission hundred and fifty thousand dollars for a couple to attend and take a photo. Of Don't get too close though right covert. I, know. Enforcing rules again at the trump events or is that just for a week? That was yeah that was that the. At the rallies. Now, the big story this afternoon. Began this morning that the. California application. To be declared a major disaster to major disaster declaration request. Was, turned. down. By the trump administration apparently, it was the federal emergency. Management Agency. That formerly made the notification to California that they were rejected. But if that was reversed. The newsome gut right on the case, and so did some Republican congressman from California and by this afternoon, the rejection was reversed. So Fema now has approved the state's request for disaster relief funds for six recent California wildfires. The one here is the Bob cat fire, which we've talked about quite a bit which burning for weeks, which was started by southern California, Edison their equipment. That's what we believe at this moment It says here that The amount of the request isn't known, but apparently, this is the first step. Get you to the next stage of getting financial help from the federal government. NEWSOM did not put in an exact amount to request. It was just a general request and then they were going to work out the details in normally and less. You're you're you're being outrageous you get what you need. It's usually rubber-stamped and Nope we talked with the stone from ABC News and he couldn't find anybody who remembered that anybody's dash disaster application has ever been rejected by a president. Yeah. So a story just a few hours ago from Bloomberg News that the estimate of damage from this California wildfire season if you want to call it is over a billion. Dollars. All told up and again more than four million acres have burned this year. That's more than double the state's previous record but we told you be careful of that. Because the records don't go back that far and aren't that all encompassing nil before eighteen hundred, you would have probably for that three or four times of acreage would routinely bird. because. There was nobody around here stop the burns, but it is normal to have the burns to some extent. But what would Our our electrical system starting a lot of these fires. I mean PG and E., and so cal Edison and the rest of them are there just disasters? They don't know what they're doing, and for a long time they haven't cared. And, then you have people who won live and beautiful areas. But it's dangerous and they don't even get insurance. And maybe they can't get insurance but they. They build anyway. Yeah. The people rebuilding in paradise. I don't know who's going to sell them fire insurance. You want I don't want my tax money given to people who repeatedly build in a fire zone and they don't get insurance they should pay the insurance premium. And then the insurance company should come through if that was the deal what do I have to do with it. When I lived in a fire area, we had to buy insurance or we get the mortgage. It's sometimes it would get canceled. and. We'd have to call an insurance agent who'd be scrambling around and then the. You find somebody and they've got some exorbitant price. But what are you GonNa do and eventually moved out because we didn't want to live in a fire zone anymore. Dope from what we understand today. Republican congressman from California, there aren't too many left Tom McClintock the House minority leaders actually from California that's Kevin McCarthy a Bakersfield spoke to trump and then newsome says he got hold of trump was on air force one and before he could even finish speaking because that's trump style he said you got it I'll sign off on it. And that was that. So the reasons are unclear. So how did what happened earlier today except there was something about what was submitted by California was not substantial enough for the requests will be granted it trump doesn't read this stuff its initial, but it says here in its initial rejection FEMA, said, the fires were not of such severity and magnitude to accede to combine capabilities of state and local governments, voluntary agencies, and other responding. So some jerk bureaucrat. Who doesn't like California I mean he's got his own weird bias. These fires are pretty severe. Yeah. Crazies. A couple years ago but they were pretty bad based on the standards of reimbursing for disasters yeah. The California fires qualified. Now separate from that, you can make a case as to whether we should keep these standards if people aren't bothering to ensure their house. And then there's the maintenance of the forest and then there's the power companies companies doing their part or so did I mean a lot of this damage does not have to happen? We're just so damned stupid and then we waste our time on climate change arguments and we had a climate change expert on Byard Lomborg earlier in the show and he said look if we shut down. All. Civilization. For the rest of the century, it would lower the temperature by eight tenths of a degree Fahrenheit. So. There's there's nothing significant that do and the key part there is the rich countries because then goes on to say it's because China and India are GonNa try to pull their people at sovereignty and they're not gonNA stop and they need fossil fuels. So eight tenths of a degree is not making the difference in in the fire season. What's making the difference in the fire season is naturally have. dropped. Climates frequently desert climates in much of the state and we set up the electrical grid and we built housing and we don't have insurance and we don't maintain the farce I. Mean we do about five stupid things. Big things piled up on each other because we're a society we're not managing our society correctly. Out The best line orange had when we talked today and you want to go listen to it in the podcast was the three o'clock hour was that and then you've got governor who's signing executive orders to use electric cars to fight wildfires. Initially. The practicality of it that new some he's taken big action because the wildfires are caused by climate change. So I'll make everybody by electric cars beginning in twenty thirty five, and that's how I'm fighting fires with electric cars. Really Yeah Right coming up next a visit. The Mois Line people. Jonah Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Go right every time every Friday around this time we introduce you once again. To this week collection of voice line people. So here they come to the door. Lock get rolling. End. You leave us a voicemail. You could end up in this collection calls and it did very carefully one, eight, seven, seven, Moist eighty-six. John and this is again. We're so excited to hear from you. It's about time. How Oh John This is Mike Bonnet I bitch I scared the Dago right out of your mouth when I growled at you over at that mall my bigfoot costs during the other morning he he he just practicing my trick or treating in the neighborhood and I boy I have plenty of time to do that in the daytime to since I spend zero time doing anything for my voters at all Gras. Happy Friday John. John can't pay. Calling. Up All this. Bad stuff going on about dad. Joe. Man He could. Not, Bob in my work step. has nothing to do with it. You know he's. Reading breath. Clear the air here. This is this is just all fake news Look at trump trump do I mean you get everybody sick? About. Yeah. Come on. Just you know. President. You know I got a brand new priory on leeway for. Fifth. Yes, Hello I just calling to ask him why Disneyland and the bigger companies whoever? Can't sued cris newsome in the state, of California. Or keeping them close John. Using. Noticed that the Democratic Party, all the legislators and Eurocrats. Or not. Questioning or challenging. Governor NEWSOM. Sorry. His Highness Kim newsome. Or dictator NEWSOM with regards to his executive decisions. I think it's time that we seriously get rid of the Democratic Party because they're in. Undermining our state. Joining Kin I would like you to encourage the Lady Gutter dog registered to vote to have that dog vote live when it is denied voting that should be voter suppression because every vote counts. Talking about on and Newson. And all the ones cohorts. Wondering why they don't get rid of. Or take care of the homeless situation in areas like Dennis. Really, quite simple. It is the new urban blight that they're trying to create getting the people that are the taxpayers the lead. State. Property values plummet, and then our economy go to help. You need to check on bond and then all the rest of. If they have. Realtors that are buying up properties these homeless areas because they're forcing the property values into the. I think that's more of what's happened. Did anything else? Guy That's making wa I was listening to the show on Friday. You said all I guess Conway said he had a dog psychic come on the show dog psychic. Tell you what I'm thinking. I could tell you what I'm thinking I need the hell out of. Guy Their lovers so listen to the Lakers one. That's great. THAT'S AWESOME FOR LA But the downside is going to be celebrating and act like a bunch of idiots fools and going out with no masks and not social distancing. So gas war. La One championship, and now they get the quarantine for another twelve to eighteen week. Just started. John Talks about the Arab. Mata. A brilliant idea. And it surprises me California is still. Talking about the do big. Bullet train. Can we stop. Could be just stopped. So exhaust somebody get their hands up there around Sacramento neck and shake them a little bit. Yeah Jonny Kanye were saying turn the power off on the Republican Party. And? Close. The doors and stuff. I say go one step further. Shot him both doubt including Sacramento and cut their power. I would trust. My ballot. dropbox of a church or any place I frequent I, trust the people that have coordinated leave those boxes there I trust that way more than dropping off some county Democrat County dropbox come on having Wolf Guard the sheet. Thank you for leaving your message. Please hang ups by. Kennedy Register offices in some counties may be Democrat people. Get Get your ballot there in order for it to be tabulated. Choice. We. Have No choice that that's who's in charge of the elections. We got more. Boy Slide friends coming up. We'll check in on Portland next in these protests in general and just how organized our next. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken. Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio. APP. I'd a quick update on the California. Republican. Party in its valid collection boxes basically from what we can see today the state connor stood down a bit. They. Try to find out information. That would be the voters names that the Republicans collective but. Republicans say they're keeping those are removing the official, keeping those ballot collection boxes up and in France today. A teacher who apparently included in his classroom instruction. depictions of the Prophet. Mohammed. was beheaded on the street by fanatic who was later killed by police. That stuff never goes away. No. Remember the Charlie Hebdo massacre years back. Yeah. That's that's one trend that never caught on here. Public beheadings. That's probably will I think here's a story from coin television in Portland Kale and. Were they talked to some business owners. It's five months. Now since George Floyd was killed in Minneapolis, it has been five months almost nightly protests in downtown Portland business owners and residents down here they tell their not only exhausted but they feel like the city even its own history is being attacked right now and they want these nightly protests to stop they say it's time that that happens because of what's happening now most folks downtown they still support the message of black lives matter and the racial equality message but they say that original message it's been hijacked by criminals and now lives. Are being put at risk. The right downtown that erupted Sunday night not only toppled historic statues of Teddy Roosevelt Abraham Lincoln the Oregon historical. Society. was targeted windows smashed a few artifacts taken even flares were tossed inside in an attempt to burn down that building. Nearby businesses also had their windows broken and the owner of the nearby. Deli says bullet shattered his windows and he showed us where those bullets still lodged in the walls inside his restaurant. John Jackson was a soldier in Desert Storm and saw plenty of action there but never thought he'd see this kind of violence in the Rose City. It's the strangest thing to be quite honest You know. I didn't think. About places Portland I've been here about ten years but and you could never have imagined. We'd be where we are today in Portland's. Downtown residents share those concerns. One man also owns a business downtown and he told us today. The reason people protest is to get people in power to sit down and negotiate. He wishes the mayor would do more work to end the nightly protests. The mayor tells coin six he's committed to doing what it takes to make people downtown feel safe while still listening to those fighting against racism and social inequality however, downtown tonight. The overall feeling that you really get is sadness. However, we've talked to a lot of people who are very dedicated to this town to the city to the downtown core and they are still very hopeful that things are going to get better soon. Yikes. After. Five months, the responses in anger. I know and you know what? Enough of this these people are not fighting against racism and social inequality. Big. This is something to do that. There's a really great article that Y- every bunch buddy should read by Ryan Mills. He's a writer for the National Review Dot Com. And, the headline is Justin idea extremism experts. The online organizing behind the leftist riots. And what you're seeing around the country and this works with right wing groups to. They the the George Floyd anti-racism inequality protests that have been going on are not spontaneous protests and it's not about George Floyd and it's not about inequality. It is indisputable that these are anarchist groups looking to create chaos and mayhem and damage for its own sake and to undermine American civilization as best they can. and where everybody's getting wound up about these, the the the these issues that they have, they have co-opted they're not interested in the issues they're interested in the violence for its own sake. And apparently, social media allows them to get so organized. I. Mean That's a big change over the last ten or fifteen years in terms of the way that these people can meet up and they can map out their tactics to to take their action in the streets. But you're right. It isn't any big social 'cause. It's just to be out there getting attention and causing chaos Joel Finkelstein Co founder of the Network Contagion Research Institute. And he contagion institute is not talking about viruses here. It's at a record university and he says we could have a street war with ANTIFA and some of these more radical right wing elements could leave dozens of people dead. It's not. It's. It's so obviously within the realm of possibility, it's laughable to say it's not what they do is they use data driven approaches to analyze social media, and what they have seen is that there's an online structure that supports these anarchist groups. They they've been the connections have been created online, and that's why they're able to assemble in such large numbers and swarm city like Portland. They talked to a guy by the name of Taylor, Hanson. A self-described independent journalists who went to Portland last month the document, the mayhem. He says loud news organizations don't realize how well organized these demonstrations are he said, many of the people he met were in fact, normal people just want to belong to something bigger than themselves but he noticed that the structure of the protests and the tactics, the protesters use of the same night after night. These evening demonstrations is a direct action. Campaigns are organized and promoted online and the protesters return each night knowing they're roles. Exactly. Summer medics some men the shield line to face down police others are there to instigate confrontations which are caught on camera by People Hanson describes and TIF oppress people are dressed in what they call black block and they direct the action on the ground. Every single protest, they use the exact same techniques they are using it and learning these techniques from somebody. And then the NCRI group at a rutgers. Also looked at the bigalow movement, which is our crazy extreme-right movement, right? It's a right wing militia tight movement that are preparing for an apocalyptic civil war. They also communicate online and they organized around apocalyptic lease, and again, this goes back to what we mentioned about Cunanan earlier are at the idea that it's it's built like a cult like a religion with an apocalyptic end the these are all branches of the same tree. Their issues don't matter what they want to do is be engaged in something larger a civil war to end all civil wars where everybody dies in an orgy of violence. and. Think'll Stein at a rutger says, what shocked me was a was a structure emerged very rapidly on the left parallel to the right. Both sides are coopting events such as the quarantine or Floyd's to pull people in and their efforts spread online like virus. So they use these issues as a hook to drop able to make them think they're part of something bigger. That's going to affect change, but actually that is not the purpose of the people running these groups. All right. When we come back the last visit of the week from the moist line. People. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty. Live everywhere in the iheartradio APP. Well we're about to go before we do we bring you another voice line people you leave us a voicemail and we play some back every Friday during the five o'clock hour around five twenty in the end of the show. More one, eight, seven, seven, eighty-six. John and this is again we're so excited to hear from you about time. Well, you're wondering why all these governors are wanting to ruin their states ruin the quality of life in their states, letting all the violent prisoners out of jail by letting all the illegal aliens in by giving them all our money along with the homeless people, all our money aren't the roads done y y y you don't understand you're looking at it from the wrong point of view you're not looking at it from an evil point of view from an evil trying to take over the country point of view. Who needs the Russians the Chinese or the North Koreans, invading us and tell us what to do. We Got California state government La County state government. Governor newson became so outraged with the Department of Justice allowing exide to abandon their battery disposal plant that he personally drove his electric vehicles down to Vernon. However upon arrival. Under the seat car batteries caught fire, requiring him to rent a gasoline powered car and dispose of the batteries those charged batteries on site. Yeah I was listening to what you guys were talking about the other day about people in the city county state being so passive about the homeless situation how to control it's become always always wondering how you have vigilantes for. For criminals why you don't have some sort of Vigilante Operation Going on here where The citizens taking the helmets. Situation into their own hands. Dot Cat I have colonel enjoyed leader of the California. Nine hundred four says. Your Health Department or odds that we'd ever. What as hot had this? We are viruses. Living in an alternate universe. When Andrew Cuomo is being considered for attorney, General by Biden Andrew Cuomo who put all the old people into nursing homes and they died Cobra virus. Stupid chases that go on all the time needs to be law that says if you don't stop after five start, every side byles continue to go. It's one year minimum. Prison. But that would stop these chases income going on and on because they can get away. Hey John and Ken thanks so much going off on all the idiots who don't tell the truth about all the vagrants than la I've never seen so much bill. And debauchery and crap in the street is I've seen in the last year. Yeah just sure your story about One of the Menendez's murderers got isolation for sending somebody's sitting marijuana. Do you guys have Scott Peterson's address. HANG UP BY Going to haunt us again or retrial additives. Yeah. Well there you go. That's the moist line, one, eight, seven, seven, moist, eighty, six. Maybe they'll let him out on bail bail policy. There you go. There'll be a freeman. All right. We've got. Conway Conway there. Conway. Well. Okay. Somebody here to do a show because I I gotta go home. Gene, it's up to you. It could. Take over. All right. Somebody'll come on after Gina Grad in the news Kfi am six forty. Bill Handel doesn't think you deserve to know the truth fact Bill Handel six to ten am weekdays fact Bill Handel says he's a lawyer but buddy fact bill handel isn't even running for office don't be fooled. Know the facts. Accordion. K.. HD Two months Angeles, Orange County. Everywhere on the iheartradio laugh saint tall tallest not the same thing I say out at the Fisher House the Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. 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Men in Blazers 08/19/19: Live at the British Embassy

Men In Blazers

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Men in Blazers 08/19/19: Live at the British Embassy

"This is rebecca lowe will rebecca if you listen to sub optimal radio and you on this thing to men in blazers on the n._b._c. sports network the from the embassy row studios at the british embassy in washington d._c. There's no crackpot of this embassy so we're not on the crap part of the small dining room ferry stately. It's smoldering fireplaces fireplaces. You can smell pool. That's been passed. You can smell. I think some of boris johnson's aftershave this other kind of the little in here. This is a room essentially very table was sitting at the employers have been avoided if there's about because i don't know breath fifty sixty million dollars worth of art in here and you and me about the antics we are here because we're going to stage with a cast of thousands. That's a celebration of everything that's near and dear and self evident and great really about the u._k. And the u._s._a. Bear pie yagan mice shots. I'm football this show to television special that will air on september fifth being thought t._v. Show returns properly season six worse news also on september ember sixty. Well not since noble on h._b._o. Will view as i've been exposed to so much the semester challenging radio-activity but this has been a massive weekend the football and four point one points lost so we want to begin with before the show to the football and then segue into the joy that was r._d._c. life life thing say from the lovely green room at the british embassy. David is smith would say let's be avenue. We're doing pot for the special relationship roger. That's hopefully we we don't destroy the special relationship by the end of this okay to the football where now officially to thirty eight into the premier league season rod. That's one nineteenth for those of you who liked to reduce. I'm a reduced roger lighter fractions. We're going straight in manchester. City to tottenham hotspur to city drop points raj for the first time in their history sorry since january sixteen games ago entering the second half peps mobile leading two one thanks to some frankly clearly pornographic passes we will have to say that would in the embassy only word you're allowed to say yeah those policies else's from katy b setup rose and sergio aguayo but in the fifty six th minute parche brought on only one on lucas moorer and roughly eighteen point eight four seconds seconds off the rounding down there he headed past edison to tie things up what ahead a fast forward to the ninety second minute substitute gabrielle jaycees chasis latched onto some late corner scraps and looked to have won it for city but not so fast my friends michael oliva received word from god i mean vosugh aw that aymeric laporte handled it in the build up that goal was overturned roach and a ends to to was darling gay remarkable human qualities beauty collectively tenacity that ended up being decided by machine and truth city city then they played joy popping football the extent to which said defenders attack that midfield discover back they only seemed as if they were program themselves by algorithm spurs couldn't fathom the client skopje blitz on twenty minutes almost inevitable breakthrough remove the like barry white track o- may seem to to have been invented to make sweet love for that katie boyle. Oh i mean perfect. I mean we've seen amazing. Katie people's forever. We were a little bit stopped have k- d b last season but in see quite enough of the ginger ahead belgian but this was like katie back to his very best in praise of k._g._b. Bulls a poem which i'm going to forge on the train home. He was twice in the move. Once bringing bernardo down the slang he then stepped back into space. Deliciously sleep demanded the ball back and no look first time we're perfect pace killed vision found razz season of rows trademark for the the finnish couple of plays could hit k._d._b. Pass i know but no look please. There's only one ginger sense crap and he's like a belgian prince harry. That's a line that just came to me as i'm sitting here in the british embassy credit spurs save david because they took the punch on the chin some of the equalizer. There's a freeze about our from the old chelsea manager in hebrew they tattoo have ramp does seem to be like you just pull things out of his ass when he needed to and this goal was to hotspurs is it came out of nothing spurs seemed harmless and then pounced in transition free lamelo at this mortal after all willfully our position shocking shocking dave i mean what they're doing his thing convincing space as a defender robin acting as goalkeeper sudden they shocking the spurs warm up for a bit of scrap spurs. I like this spurs raw boy yet and then like begbie in trainspotting spurs. They love love the sound of a glass smashing pool cues bay raise bulls about to fly city. They created them. They never panicked almost seemed to relish the taste of their own blood in the mouth. Why would they panic with katie bay that ginger john stockton sling in the ball exactly where he knows his multiple carl malone's are going to be knowing chances created in this game okay debate this one taken by fighter guero eleventh goal in fifteen games for him versus tottenham which actually low for ribeiro stunned city so dominant in that second half chance after chance made chance after chance not taken technical barely punch pot chat to make tactical change he did last week bryan erickson this time super soap big time scorer lucas more make the team more ball dave out and also easy to forget what an amazing season lucas mora had last year like doesn't get a lot of things. We don't speak about him enough. Hodge had some amazing games last season big games big lazing big goals and big games aims and the bench. This was a big goal in a big game and it's also it was a big boys goal rods from corner. It was a header out jumping much lodge men. I love to see this informing seconds of coming on just flick tobe a set piece. A remarkable goal for bald writes a real the weighing glory. I just shouted at my television pool power. Love yourself l._a. Bowls you are a member of a mighty people pulled. The pulled pulled on me a phrase. It's probably can guarantee never been chanted around this table. Mike god must have been agony david by mistake. Yeah and you could feel some of the tension on the city sideline substitution of a guero. We've never really seen that on pep sideline. The the only time that you can think of what would be going through. Peps headed not sid you if you have an o._c._d. Workmate and you go into cubicle cruelly move a paper the clip of his tray. It's wrote for place that was how pep howled about tiny mistake a game of tiny mistakes that were punished. He antequera go into it on the sideline and mass twenty six tweet at us watching the gweru go and it was like watching english premier league version of westworld man cities robots are rebelling. Yes and we'd see these violent. Delights have violent ends because the game ended as annoy fight city two on david silver and reared moras of let bench. We're going to acknowledge out throwing. Those two plays in off you bench. It's astonishing. Any squad has the resources to do that. Thirty shots doc terrain down from city hugo lorries flawless football sentence we don't get to say too often and then the extraordinary climate staving extraordinary in which really the emotional and the clinical clashed ninety second minute gabrielle jay z. saudi school they win a ball went and i just so like ohio state at attempted to trademark trademark the world the told them hotspur now got a real claim to trade more heartbreaking disappointment but what happened what happened and and how do you understand what i'm gonna gonna come this a little bit circuitously raj so enough produced a few television game shows in my time auto purist. I do not enjoy relation till the twentieth anniversary runaway a few wants to me molina. Thank you so much change television well. Why didn't that show did the but anyway i like rules like game show rules and game show show rules and i believe in the iterative process you set up a game show and you develop rules and you testimony you test some new tests and you test them and when a network executive for example l. gives you a tiny little note to change the rule of always the first person put hands says yet that might fix one problem but it's going to cause you a much bigger problem somewhere else this this isn't really about this is about the handle rule changes and it's this crazy inequitable thing where hamble by an offensive play in the box. It's an inadvertent handle that leads to goalscoring opportunity also a goal the port unintentional on the way through the ball made its way out really moving in any other different direction direction towards the hungry clinical jesus that is judged to be an infraction whereas if it'd come off the defensive player in the same way in the box it would not have been an infraction for the defensive it makes really no sense and it seems to be against the spirit that something that is a foul or infraction for an offensive team infraction for the defensive team. Var is simply gives the accuracy to call it as it happened. Vall was right based on the interpretation of the role it had to be overturned but it just does not seem like football roach. I mean for the only three letters in the world more powerful than you even g. o. d. and w t.f north powerful as v. a. r. j. dubs. It's producer jay. Dubb's texted me. Michael lavar as the referee was booed off failed for doing his job and you critics say the new humble rule is executed by evolved robes. The spirit of some of its naturalness is joy at rocky three. Oh seven tweeted us to say i've never seen a sport so intent on taking away some some of its most exciting moments for trivial infractions yeah absolutely and by the way i would have less problem if it hits a defensive player inadvertently and that would automatically massively be a penalty the i'd have less problem with inequality equity of the whole thing. That just seems so wrong. I want more goals in football not less goals goals as far as the rules given. I don't want more goals taken away. They were saying we love football for the feelings that makes us fail ultimately. That's what realized wonder defeat triumph injustice. I mean even injustice. We love that raw feeling rational detailed application of the letter of the law. Oh not so much. I mean all they get this wrong jay dubb's but our football fans federalists who want the spirit of the law not the latter event boosting. We wanna feel all things both in the moment and at the final whistle. That's something that can't be how we were undermined by a robot because that's how it felt like facility fans. I mean at the end. They just felt like vaughn is actually how nine thousand in disguise running amok. I'm sorry pap. I'm afraid i can't do that and you're right. It's the new humble rule. They should be looked at rawdon. The mechanism which correctly applied people are howling and at the end of the game for me. Var shouldn't be storyline. It's more city have thirty shots. It's miss chance after chance. That's the real story here. I mean pet once told me a team learns lessons about itself that it can only learn through loss and after winning fifteen straight in the league this i will feel like a loss to manchester say it might be a good teaching moment. It might be good for at this point in order to have his drop those points at home so it's gonna be fascinating anything to see how they respond next weekend against potential pinata boomer spurs they the opposite feeling amazing not spurs. You're told this was a tough tough team. This was a tough team performance. This was pot adjusted. The players seem to be adjusting on the pitch constantly during the game not not great what's going on sloppy in possession overwhelm for long stretches. Would you say but tenacity through they play poli. Shoot spells felt this game but will fill unbelievably exhilarating by the result poetry tina tote before the game about bravery that would be needed to fend off manchester city. That's why took from nice. It was in an action movie which a small band of men fended off alien life force against all odds armageddon style fearlessness. They are deeply flawed. Spurs burs resilient this hack incredible clinic halladay two shots on goal a thing was it two or three two goals story the season they've scored five goals roles from nine shots on target the first premier league matches nickel they walk away intact defensive lies bruise. Well aware how close they came to do but they're going to be all the stronger ah for it. It's a little early because brody one nineteenth of the way through the premier league season by do think this is going to be the season of bravery throughout this primarily table for the teams at the top lots of them in situations where they're going to have to be brave for the teams in the mid table and for bravery trade market season arouse us season it well already. He's an opel says we will okay all chelsea. One leicester city one road another great game of football after looking bright in wednesday wednesday superleague loss to live. Let's call it a draw. I put money on the game and didn't lose interest. Your pulisic gets the start for frank lampard's chelsea. The team began with the heat of a thousand suns taking the lead in the seventh minute through another young stamford bridge debutante. He's quite good to mason mount even younger than pulisic but like a bad rash. The broads does not go away raj his leicester his leicester. He owns less dhiraj. He would die from leicester. They came out strong in the second half and found the equalizer. Three wilfred. Indeedy dede had a draw for both teams but a win for everyone watching a great game of football but we come week. We are realizing just how much work frank lampard has to do at chelsea. His first premier league wins dilutes him a choice opening to the game david these i twenty five minutes frank said the physical football e always imagine bringing into stem for bridge chelsea could a school two three even four by the time mason mount franklin poets mini-mai stole the ball spun the ball home you lovely. Mary went for a player. He's been chelsea since the age of six. You must have felt like you were dreaming david opening. I'm gonna tell you this is the results have not gone the way the chelsea of wants it through their first games but chelsea at times playing the football of chelsea dreams the youngsters playing the kid supplying. There's an excitement level to watching it that really one point in the league. A supercup loss on penalties. I'm loving every second of watching chelsea this season even when by the way other than the heights of those opening fifty minutes also there with the deaths of chelsea's player especially at the end of the first half in the second half roach coach. You've been screaming for chelsea to play mason mount since he wants six exactly since birth piece but i said it was actually about a literal baby swing funny about the goal it galvanized leicester city because from that moment on chelsea have kind of like the midfield in particular like miley miley cyrus and liam hemsworth chemistry they let leicester onto them yet handsome james madison just ran rampant dodgy decision making incredibly decision making in the final third by him until men's. It could've should have been unless the city thrashing pulisic alot about about thrashing. I think they might have stolen it but i don't know about two minutes rash great stolen it by two or three or four hills for publicity for that chelsea should have scored in the opening ten minutes. I should've should've okay pulisic a load and say what did you make of his first premier league star because he looked so tasty in the supercup. It was much much primarily stop. He has a premier league footballer. He is and he may be great premier league football good one. He may be a great privy the league football goodwill. He may be a good premier league footballer. He maybe a premier league footballer. This is what this is why we what football roger this is why we play the games but if you're running west brom right now you're thinking can be asked in a couple of c two seasons. Yeah come up with a bit more money. That's a borrow some money from birmingham if you're running sunderland you're looking at performance me yeah. It's not that linden gooch police say two thousand twenty they want. I will say the goods. It didn't look overruled not not a lot of evidence earnings. You look at them in panic when they made their debut but i will say report. Ooh this fellow players is yet to be really evidence and he's had a whole preseason not surprise me. You could tell the that doesn't know their runs yet or is decision making surrey because he's putting himself under so much pressure. Let's just say it wasn't a surprise when he was yellow hasn't had an entire preseason came a little bit late and i think you've got a lot of looking candidate. Definitely not fit had moments of magic green but like he's not fully fit yet probably chelsea's best midfielder ruben left cheek not fit yet callum hudson doi who will be competition four pulisic not fit yeah antonio route not like there are some other pieces that in the coming thing making matt has a son george by the way it goes on but he's he's like well. He's he's really good-looking. Mason mount really good-looking. He's a football he can get behind. I think we're gonna tell george choose. I was saying oh mateen. It looks like my age. She could be could be older. Boy school lamport at the end of the gay lumpar young frank is broad repeatedly and patronisingly can't referring tearing admitted eclipse the nicest adjective. That's been putting in front of frank on this podcast amazing. They lump admitted he'd taken more positives from the four nil loss old trafford the oil that they may i point in charge you feel the same <hes> no not entirely but i do know why he said it and remember he's still motivating his team and trying to and this was a bit messy. It was a bit messy say look. It's also tough. They came off supercup. They didn't have an enormous amount of stuff that that was a long flight to istanbul. That was a tough game that went to extra time eight performance and that must have been eight. Maybe maybe maybe young frank is just he was just him only good in the super cups franck honeymooner uber for young frank. No the rich sheffield united way. I will say to fail this food right now. In the season o'brady very yeah go to wait to judge chelsea until after those games i would say at least one victory required yeah but what a tough opening they've had a way old trafford livable the european champions in the supercup and then lester who you have going into the top four four at home and by the way credit last. Let's look really really good in this game and credit brought who have ridiculed with strong but certainly made fun of you just pointed with but lester a very very good football team back. What a good football team southampton one liverpool to less than seventy two hours after that glorious supercup penalty shootout victory over chelsea new stumble a leggy liverpool do a job on the south coast to blinkers from saudi-omani and i'm poppy chompers paper over a shocking late era from adrian rogers. They've routine clearance off former liverpool man. This is my favorite things goal of all time and into his own net liverpool now on eleven straight primarily games routes supercop pango the worst give people at the supercup hangover right david liverpool clearly suffering from one in the early exchanges southampton. They could've three goals before manai punished his old teammates avai sizzling sizzling go proof the econ- spell woman eighteen without 'em and acute ducks in the game a nail biter down the stretch approach. Adrian hit the ball straight or former liverpool. Turn southampton strike gangs. There's two teams have realized dave. I think they are now in the they've got a two way open marriage essentially as howard trim work out the way that plays a move in we should for minute though about the joy of adrian feelings. He must be feeling david. I mean to be woman. It out of dale thirteen year journeyman career club released by west ham. Get sewing sewing does a backup for liverpool august fifth within two weeks. He's the goalkeeping hero penalty shootout and the supercup fearing for his life from a pitch invasion by defined by his own fans at london's stadium to the supercup penalty shootout here to the the goal that is wearing all livable fans the goal that he <hes> gave positive redemption so let's say in this game we go on the list did so what's he gonna do the next let's say fantasy football player as captain that money and you team guaranteed next game is always opponents in all serious liverpool six points one super-duper cope but they face forty-seven shots in their first three games of this campaign in the first three games of last season it was nineteen and talking about dodgy defenses yeah asmal to burnley one roach another very close game but arsenal make two wins in that first two thanks to goals on either side of half-time from french lightning alexandra japanese thunder emmerick obama jiang and while he wasn't on the scoresheet the man who really let the emirates on fire saturday was wiry rail madrid lonnie danny sa- bios the planet. That caught caught my eye co. Everybody's i in this hard four win against an emboldened burnley louise c._n._n. Life you see him in an awesome jersey because for me there's eye witnessing the a._t. And t. can you hear me now. Guide affecting and sydney cropping up in spring commercial had to see william gallas go into hostile jersey buff force reminded me a little bit of that had to say check check going into an awesome jersey green one so it was okay there. This was a little old. It was look it suits him. I gotta tell you what i could say. I'm not saying this is a compliment but i would say the astle jersey suits the man they also offensive comedy bits and they've got himself a legend in the making in this game burnley robust self-confidence aerial tested are still. Let's be on this roy now the u._s. women's national national team going forward and the u._s. Men's national team in the back ober saves the day we finish. I was at the prospect of lacquer sa- bios the best buy austin cedric and young the best pep sins pep so much to feel positive about for fans who won their first two games of the season for the first time me ten long years now live poway talking to my home away gunness breach yourself. You're going to fail all of the emotions this season more than ever. You're gonna feel all of those emotions. David want to kick off right now. Roach austin's titled to lose. I can say that for the first time this season okay and other premier league action sheffield united did they beat palace for the first top flight win in twelve years and norwich down the two three one at home. Thanks to a hat see from your finnish mate cookie beautiful kooky beautiful not city three one against newcastle for whom jonjo shelving scored. You're the pools english bob one four goals in one game all by the full legally challenged and new english premier league record. We'll say i don't like to be hyperbolic. Knee-jerk jerk about protecting bull golden boot their season a golden talk bulletin a golden boot but if you tied apu he goes the technique that joy you're the dead inside or newcastle found or those two words now euphemisms everton another clean sheet a victory. Only city have more clean sheets in two thousand nineteen. Which is it's a rebirth metal of honest quite comfortable with or no kind of believe that stat and this if ever to be aston villa room friday afternoon they go top of the table. What could possibly go wrong a lot. <hes> okay roger about two hours from showtime but we're going to go ahead and spare the listeners those two hours which will likely consist of your normal pre game routine of pies and buds and take you right to many blazers live from the british embassy in washington d._c. You from embassy row the real life embassy row this blows. My mind is the president of embassy row because security so lax. Yes it's not it's not the one coupled together in the crap potter soho at the british embassy in the heart of this nation's capital washington d a._c. Not the crap part of d._c. It's the places third annual primarily inauguration special. That's a hard stock where we deliver hold sake so wildly inaccurate both a leaky kim over the diplomatic cables topical i here we are to sell it way too soon too soon nice to see you becoming celebration return of our fountain of meaning the premier league into a lifetime once again tomorrow. Ah we're back in washington d._c. Aka the number one ratings mark in the united states. Put a premium facts facts. Yes roach for the third year running. We have been invited. Do besmirch the stately ballroom. I apologize is ballroom. Besmirch you again at the british embassy beneath a screen print of her majesty rebecca. We nope that is queen. Elizabeth the second by the grace of god at the united kingdom of great britain and northern ireland that are other territories queen head of the commonwealth defender of the if i ask painted by the magical andy warhol elena rump for norwich money one said had an artist is somebody who produces things that people don't need to have sensually explaining the form of your georgina in the first a couple of weeks of the season facts. I misplaced bosses. He's hitting that works yeah yeah. It's not all our roads. It's a magical site. Glimpse this fantastic fairy tale of a room. This might not come across on television all of you out there in tv land because of the amount of beers at this crowd and roger has consumed it smells like sheffield united's locker room after kris wa has willed in the log in info post-training warm down purposes based on the coach in the bowl in the bowl room my lord i can. I just say you're a fantastic looking great. As i look around this audience there's at least a dozen people here who could act to steve bruce's body double for his riskier japan and i say that about marais sh- it's a joy to be with the to celebrate the year of one of the lies ahead starting with of course return of the premier league aka the time when all americans ignore early weekend mornings outdoors and gather around the t._v. for the twenty first century century equivalent of fireside chats. We're robbery muster the f._d._a. Ro any musty funds here. Why we watch must be tonight. We're going to celebrate with pies. Did we mentioned beers and some very very special guests including a a premier league legend and a recent world cup winner jeff two separate people both of whom play in your hometown it is a true on a to be here to celebrate the game we love and its growth across america in the country we love. Let's kick this off with producer rachel coming to the stage for a photo butts up in the people when a radio everyone savor one everyone say well diaz say is on the rated in the special relationship. All of those things okay rajaa david before we get to the football david. You've you've difficult me that before what is going on with you name wrong. It's been a long day. You did the whole thing and then you call me david. We'll always remember this night. Okay before we get to the football roach. That's tequila. Can we have a toast won't arrays this first birth of the day so watching the premier league together the emotions allows us to experience and the collective memories the game forges positive joyous occasionally a bit thought to be honest but once filled of say sing is in the british embassy say the one of the joys of my posture dave was traveling with you and producer lisa jay dubb's to london last november to visit britain and experience the primarily life an impersonal together. Yeah the savoring the bears the pies the singing the glory the drool that was evident chelsea's in this ballot about as well as cutaway war rooms the taylor's the a._o. Houses may a wish that same joyon all of you watching millennia side we were there for four days raj eight fifteen breakfasts spine. Only four pence always increase only four and i've lost these two of them came back man. I wish that same joy on all of you watching at home and you have the opportunity he to do what we did travel. What's your team in london. In liverpool in sheffield norwich wherever fan blood from many memories the lost a lifetime lifetime which ultimately is what football is all about to the premier league to the beautiful room. Has it interesting okay. Rumor has it that we are headed over again. Full round two roads up north where the sky is close to the ground on lourdes and i'm gonna brave with you in manchester live appeal. Yes we're going to film georgia georgia high on a ferry across the mersey brace yourself. I'm gonna take you if you're a good boy. Deliver for college breaking crew fantasy camp. Honestly my whole life speed in preparation for being part of the college breaking crew fantasy camp. Don't touch yeah. We call it the visit britain to electric boo glue. Oh okay. We're going straight ahead to page fourteen scripts for those following at home okay raja. I guessed the perfect person are host for this. Evening's proceedings the deputy ambassador of the united kingdom. He is also a sharp jai death fair. I've always always wanted to be a charge d'affaires. I'd say fancy name for football as caretaker manager. We welcome missed up michael say them don't stop the music now. I was just settling in sula banger. It's a true joy to be with you. Approve man sitting with us season of the season no bravery. This is a dream. Come true always wanted to be a tv tv pundit dream the same diplomat career kill up. I will sue n._b._c. yeah. You won't be the first true i know crepe crepe friends kim wanted to be here tonight but as deep fears about chelsea's transport by and that was the only thing that prevented him right he policies on his best wishes tool and that's why one of us is in the diplomatic cool. You've got a fascinating lighting background deputy ambassador. Your father was a diplomat. Diplomacy is your family's business like rojas kosher butchery and your love of tottenham hotspur was signed sealed delivered the very first time you watch them play at the age of seven in the most spurs of styles against manchester united. Take us back to that day. I was seven years old. This was like my birthday treat from from my father interesting. He thought about it very carefully because you you have to sell the thing back in nineteen seventy-three manchester united actually a struggling side that was history history cycles carry on so he deliberately chose as a team where he thought it was a pretty safe bet that spurs would win a seven-year-old. I wouldn't be too upset and the plan didn't work united united took an early lead. They went one. They'll they kind of held. The lead throughout the game spurs were looking very threatening with about five minutes to go my dad that said you know what let let's beat the crowds. Let's head home and i was seven so i i didn't argue back and and we walked out and hundred yards outside the stadium big role behind us here outside in english football stadium that sound around and martin chivas equalized last minute equaliser. You missed it yeah and you know the the weird thing is is the history repeats itself because in two thousand seventeen. I took my daughter to her first game of football. It was to see if you it was the world cup qualifier england against slovenia. It was wasn't a great game so mighty slovenia. It's not a great game with about five minutes ago. I said to my daughter. We'll need to get home. We're going to beat the crowds lighted beat the crowd and and she actually pushed back she said nine and stay till the end and i said i promise you there is not going to be it. Does it likely there's going to go so she kind of she agreed and we left and we stepped outside the stadium and we heard that big raw aw and harry kane at school did your hurricane hurricane hurricane hurricane so so dunleavy who run spurs is listening to this at home and he's like all we need to do is to win. The league is have you leave. The game five minutes spurs player guaranteed to school. I the thing if i if i'm if i'm a guest every game and i leave five minutes. I'm ready to do that. You're ready. I'm ready ready to take english and on the way you want to have an incredible pedigree and picking teams you a spurs fan way it gets it gets funnier and the new york mets fan so i'm gonna ask you the questions. Are you addicted. Take to self sabotage and hop. I can't explain the the jets or the mets. There's something about that when you go to a new country and there's something quite liberating about what am i gonna support. You choose anyone. You get have to choose anyone but i'm laughing at the white sox. Yeah i mean to be fair. I do support the orlando magic. Which is the problem. Classically a friend will take you to a game and enjoy yourself and it's that team that you see so that was a case where the jets and with the mets and in basketball with the nets you dislike rhyming like rimington jets nets yeah yeah. It's so good to me your best team. It might just be the utah wanted spurs to be above all else. You know what you should do is have taught them the jets and the mets just play finally win a trophy. Okay wrought hiding list is going to happen this season. I think it's going to happen. They'll see which trophy it is tonight live for the primarily. It's merely just the meaning of life life for us but for the premier league is not only a league that you follow. It's one of the greatest british exports to the united states up there with fleabag and look how big a business bees not so much we we'll get them as a sponsor roach. Okay how big a business how important is the premier league but britain in america from british commercial point of view. The premier league is huge sean for for the u._k. In america and globally i it's been interesting for me. I've been diplomat have a many to many years and the level of interest in the premier league just rises and rises and rises. I would just say i lived in new york. A few people were pretty interested. Then when i came came back to america started to live d.c the level of interest has just risen fantastically and that's great for the u._k. Because it's great for the u._k. Eight to have the reputation of being an international center of sporting excellence is great for the u._k. To have this sporting phenomenon that create so much interest for for the u._k. Around the world tracks commercial interests and it attracts tourism people will come to light you guys right people will go to the u._k. To see the clubs that they see it on television clubs that they support so he is a fantastic soft power asset for the u._k. No doubt about it come. I'm on soft power that come. Tina was just an agent of soft power. Fall far is an agent of sopa may just end up. Oh go ahead there. There are people there are people people who love bar and people depending on what happened this past weekend. I would just like to say as a spurs fan. I love the we'll say as a famous hip hop performer one said might be don't hate the player. Hey the gay. I will say we're going to show you do. I will say one of the joys of year was traveling to london to save a premier league affordable live and in person yeah the curry houses and the vintage bookstore sprinkled in what was astonishing to me was to be at selhurst park on stem footbridge. How many american accents had made the trip and gone all visit britain for the premier league weekends. We met hundred do that to show. It's it's amazing it really is. It's not just christian pulisic family just the beginning okay. It is time to give the people what they want us to reveal the future future you go to the world deputy ambassador. Can i ask you to live this horrible. Nectar herbal herbal nectar tough shots to your lips it may or may not be meister confirm or deny but it will allow you to prophetically project west spurs will we'll finish this season. It's and you tea cup so drink. I then predict geico whereabout drinking iago willpower oper date. Okay okay oh taking its time. It's a very good vintage. I think he's the one thousand nine hundred eighty to say deputy ambassador to see what does your enter the yagan. My stays telling me third. It says its third in the league cup or third third in the primarily in the premier the interesting that in take my that even if the mice hadn't told me that would have been my prediction as well. I think we've got up you and the meister depends how many times you leave five minutes before the end of the game engines hinges on tells me if spurs hold onto eric's that's seer of time and space they will test your love of crap teams by charging a season of one and finishing second tweet the manchester city or wherever my says no revealing information yet today today basis yet my yoga meister hates to give you the bad news first of all the bad news. There is some good news but the bad news is the muster does not have spurs in my top four for this year. We saw him on mana south london ondon vitamin some good news. I do see them winning a trophy this year could be the europa only could be the f._a. Cup could be the big won the league cup fat play trae fill me. It's the champions league right mind this last season third. Maybe a deputy ambassador thank you on behalf of audible finds including each and every one of us in this beautiful beautiful roman this beautiful embassy. Thank thank you to you and your staff your gracious hospitality and you're terrible taste in football podcast. We never take it for granted that we get invited back a year off the air. Please be upstanding. Everybody deputy ambassador michael tatum the baby i got you. I got you okay. We got a little little bit stripped rearranging to do with me and play the script rearranging music straight okay cool okay roach accomplished who were bringing to the stage right now a remarkable guest he made four hundred ninety one appearances in the english top-flight banging in two hundred eight goals he tallied a hundred and three assists as a laugh he won pretty much everything you can in club football including five primarily titles titles and the champions league on his way to becoming the all time leading scorer for manchester united and england this december gold and don garber willing to had an m._l._s. cup to that resume the referees time we welcome to the stage raj. You'll everton hero turn podcast co host washington d._c. Let's hear it for missed up wayne roommate the the way we say here in the british embassy which is a bit like your living room. You hang out here every week hanging out here. All the time is now a week. After the sadness for american soccer fans this season will be last in m._l._s. This returned to england this play coach darby county. You haven't been here for a long time but but it's clear that you love this city and you club and they love you right back right and we know the real story as to why you're leaving be honest. A lot of people cannot stand podcasting broadcasting with may go to extreme lengths together. How could i come to be too. How much what does your departure may deliver for d._c. This season yeah. I think not only my departure from from the aibo me as a patterson is a is a football player wanna same wherever goin' with d._c. Within a okay position it's tight in the in east at at the minute for i think our main priority now is to make sure we secure the playoff spot and then if we do that we can try and push and stein when the tight also in kofu pre league playoffs would be amazing. Let's just say that would be very very could've gone on record about that. Before pre league playoffs separate thing we don't give the trophy for that but we just play for fun okay right and we've all marveled as you have scored some truly iconic goals in your career including your teen sensation curler into the top corner against invincible awful the anger volley against newcastle in the overhead kick of dreams against city just to name a few wow city fans. That's a new development truly revere about you is your ability to strike from way downtown three separate times you have dropped bombs from nia the halfway line either side you told roads that those goals almost a subsection subsection of your catalog like picasso's blue period tonight we want to relive your entire body your whole of your run of long range strikes with you. You ready way and you want to lift those strikes. Okay here. We go long range. Holy crap won the strike number. One man mandated versus west ham march twenty second two thousand fourteen. We're in the eighth minute. The ball drops to you fifty-seven yards out a new this rooney just brushes off talking ousted in some paschel. Ashley young plays a who football towards you. You've got james tomkins aka. The poor man's j._t. Body and good-looking misjudges a fly the ball suddenly the hunted becomes the hunter as you swoop into possession and turn you face the goal. You got literally point two five seconds to look to fi yeah. It's like watching klay thompson catcher lee bailey look at the net. Is this all just muscle memory. Wait yeah you can say the thing yeah. I think so often from now on you can say that one is. I think you get taught as a child to always where the goal is. No matter where you are in a thing i've always been looking for keepers whether in game you always these games. Whether the twenty thousand ten yards out of fifty hours always in of an awareness of where the goalkeeper is in in case the ball falls in angle shot off so to be tried that many times in three them clean them if not all the others were just threw balls just didn't in kim i will say i've been watching a lot to prepare for the show and it's called this new meaning watching that ball drop over adrian with with contempt. It's as if you knew young way knew that he would one day play the level at one of the best things that actually was steve produced on an interview on donald you're on sky sports news wherever it was his reaction to the goalkeepers was excellent keep awfully spin and then he fell over towards these steve was actually more yeah my favorite my favorite thing about nicole i love ashley young as you're about to shoot it stumping by you with his arms raised to let you know that he wants to return ball played in space. Imaging is probably still angry even after you scored no never person to well well. Do you remember that moment. Do you remember all your goals. Do you remember some goals much better than other goals. Yes i think i remember every go in. I'm rich as a former player. You play to score goals and remember every will well another memory of that. David beckham was actually at upton park for that game. The cameras cut to him the catch him marvelling at your vision. I'm competence david beckham. Let's remember he's the man who invented the halfway line goal in the english imagination. His presence reminded that it takes a certain type of player to even accept the responsibility at that strike beckham was one you another talk about the confidence that you have to have even attempt one of those because your manager at the time. Let's let's face it. Did you not made it probably wouldn't have been happy with you. I'm alex is absolutely destroy me so many times. It have to be con- confident enough. I think you have to be willing to to know the score many times when you try it and and you might not be scared to to make mistakes and be ready for failure when you come in the hairdryer skirted number two absolutely okay long-range holy crap wonder strike number two wayne everton versus west ham united november twenty nine th two thousand seventeen what what a way to bring up. I have a hattrick for your childhood team. Take a look <hes> hickam sweet and rooney from the half career hat trick. When looking at all i can think of is i'm big. Al ahead thing is i love this. Go for the accurate say luke skywalker firing uproot them till pedo down a thermal exoo. Louis-paul puffiness stakes are higher because you were wearing an emerson jersey. Joe hawke credit m._u. England team may enu exactly where you wanted today and he delivered the assist rugs the common sites foretold it sweep akiba joe hawke still had a lot today you a thunderbolt. The flu pass referee michael ola. You swear for his own safety puccio hall. Why is it always joe. So how would you like you play the longtime city so it was always i said earlier. That was the night that joe hart started losing his hair wayne state to me now. It'd be losing his longtime before. I can't really talk about no way when we can't wait we can. This is called the kyle walker doc. It's a silver old avid silva and i thought about trying to save the ball with the sounds. I love it only to realize it would spoil a did say and he pulled his hand away it. It was like the ultimate crazy goal shop pulled off with only a split seconds of calculate the angles. Who is this the cleanest you've ever football. Yes i think so. I think it was scored two goals in this game and i'd never scored the hudson for everton and to scored it in the cloud. The seton into his was a special moment for me and i think it's it's better late if you admit it it even by a slight degree it wouldn't have gone in there was so many obstacles along the way and you had to decide where it was going how it was going in instantly. It's row. Is it again. It's just like remarkable knew how i wanted to hit the ball and sometimes sometimes. There's always come off how you want to do. You don't always execute executed the way you want to so this wall moves was him the flights the bhalla deduct the ball moves. It was perfect. How quickly off do you hit the ball with your foot if we can call it a folks. It's not like the rest of our fee how quickly after you hit the ball. Do you know that it's a goal in your new safeway with this one <hes> sometimes you don't always know you keep it can make savo evil could hit the post. You don't know a new states where this one perfect site yeah flashing a five iron. Tell me tommy fleetwood drive. Get into ho ooh slow good so you come here to america when you revitalize dc united. Let's face it. The brave a few long distance commercial flights you score goals for you truly truly seem to rediscover your joy for the game in the process while creating so many moments that way interact collective memories none more than long range holy crap crap one district number three from d._c. United versus all landau city june twenty six of this yeah yeah two thousand and one thousand nine odom ally in the tenth minute. Let's take a look by canals pinballs rony <music>. It all comes out you take three steps. Ah dispatch the wolf blitzer. You told me afterwards you knew you. Were going to do this a couple of minutes before you execute it because you see new orlando. Goalkeeper leaper was pushing up you. Essentially you're waiting for this moment. Yes in the goalkeeper three four minutes before and i remember thinking of why is he standing. There was no he was so far out in if a ball fell like the like the ball in new orleans to do with the one. I have to get a bit more height on two of the past them so again. You did it through american. Eh american there is different than english wait. It's like you got to compute home. You variables. I was laughing early because alexi lalas called data tappin by the way in the school that goal is the crowd's reaction different run of the mill tapping overhead or is there a sense of shock disbelief like the crowd of had announced about experience because you i do receive that moment where the crowd role when they give it. Is it a different kind of raw. It is and i've said it before in with certain goals which have it's called. Sometimes when you playing football it's it's almost like he played on the water and and then when you scored like you offer breath and that's that's what feels very confused like you've come up with that bretton. You can feel all the funds you can feel you teammate at that moment so special moment so so that so the reaction that you you felt of goals. He scored in your life. What was the one that was the sharpest. That was the most coming out water. The overhead kick yelled for england overcook into monte. You told me something lovely. I lost you on the podcast walk. Go see your head as the ball flies towards the net. You told me you think the goalkeeper. You don't want to embarrass them. You'll leave thoughts up. Ball is flying in. It's trajectory towards the net. What do you think you say yeah. There's a few things first of all you can please go in and then after it goes in. I don't know why so so. I always think of like last call. I always think who've the goalkeeper in there's gonna be some pictures of them going on it's him. I don't know why i think right. After the game one of my teammates show me a picture and you keep was was flying through through the election so you you told me you think died. Just don't just let it go. Nagai of these shows used stood the goalkeeper's watching wayne when he hits those just admire you light the rest of us three remarkable. Go go three remarkable goals his son. I take from them to be candidate. You've told me this from our conversations. Don't be afraid to make mistakes coma. Let fear of failure inhibit habitue. There's moments in games that count you said to me get those right. No one will remember those mistakes ultimately. That's a lesson for life right. Yeah of of course throughout life obviously have made mistakes. Everyone makes mistakes. I think you have to go with the instinct and and you have to take moment certainly football team moment when the common nothing of the consequences and and then when the moment kamov people remember if you don't try to remember they will remember your mistakes you made so a field people remember big moments listen if you can be played to them. Big moments more often than not than people will remember the i will say when you say people will remember what you do who you know way. People saver ajoy from some of your actions lost not just our whole lifetime but they talk about at some of your actions for generations we always joke about ballads being written but these goals more of your goals e overhead kick. The goal. You score does a young evertonian tony to be candidate. We will talk about them. The thrill the joy the sense of feeding life the year of created for millions around the world kennel be be exaggerated. You've scored a tater for every team. You played for dhabi fans. All i can say you are in for a tree though i need to say wayne to clues news. I'm living in this. I'm sorry to see you go few of the more for the american game in a shorter time than you but but i also get the feeling that america being here in washington dc it's been a fantastic journey for you gave us a law but was america given even to you. And what would you take back with you. Yes give me a new life. It's given me sautin. Completely different obviously grown up in appeal in plano manchester of being very local. I don't really like going down to london that much. I'm a i'm from north western. I like to stay. There was a big challenge for me and my family. We we really enjoy the me children. Obviously him settled very well. Powered by the way they came over and settled in into the school and talk twits twit saw. It's been a great defender loses a family very enjoy and thankful for everyone over you. You've helped me mr lennon. Mitsui nell always look back on and remember we great memories beautiful the good dhabi goodlatte and the championship role as player coach. It's fitting that we are here in the british embassy to bid you the greatest british player of your generation farewell from these shoals. Please be upstanding america for su- wayne rooney aw uh-huh the oh aw amazing roach wayne rooney is a great american. Can i say live the life i always dreamt up as a child pulled apart from the manchester united as a child. I grew up in liverpool. I always dreamt about two things number. One being everton legend which wayne is being a d._c. United ledger which we didn't know was nor did anybody but i wanted to. It'd be one okay wrote. You know one of my one of my sort of coordinating theories of my life is all codes of football are related association football soccer american gaelic football gaelic football straight enrolls football codes of football. Would you like being a gay rules. Football ganic rules australian rules now. Let's assume that thing n._f._l. Yes austrailia rules. No roach we wanna bring out one of this towns sporting heroes a pro bowl cornerback with virgil van dyke shutdown ability. What's between the ears of some of the league's very wide receivers roach. You can find him watching consuming and loving the one true football we welcome to the stage from greenwood south carolina by way of coastal carolina university from washington's football team missed up josh norman. It took yeah the rush norman what interests us the ballroom where we always hang out with. Josh norman embassy be josh newman jane. I reveal for so many reasons you willingness to say what's on your mind on the field and off eh. One of the few men have a larger collection of beefs the me. Tell me oh in fact the while the n._f._l. Pays the bills we all know well your true of football football in greenwood south carolina not knowing as soccer city usa was the moment that you josh norman discovered soccer <hes> i think it was way back in two thousand uh-huh like legit two thousand way back way back at the beginning of the millennium right probably ninety nine two thousand this come. Ah you know back in back in greenwood believe it in high downplaying my little brother on in fee for oh so uh the invisible hand that grew the cable. Can we hear for fee fee for the video game the international. Oh yeah diaz game a couple of guys in the tough tough that was tough but yeah the soccer video beef. <hes> made you soccer curious but a trip grip to c._p._s. During a summer tour in charlotte north carolina in two thousand and fifteen converted you to this sucker obsessed can we you say interested not only. Did you see the game you met. That ferrari with a man bun slapped on abraham methods. Maybe you can clear mystery up for us. When you latin one on one look at him elite athlete to athlete i mean does he actually believed that he is the lion or ferrari both one of them. Everyone lost when he dropped close. We have a theory that he actually thinks he is actually an an animal or a sports car that we true guy. I mean you. You're talking third person so much is like okay. This it's latin josh norman beat the beast argue the beast i am but like you we can't the only people who are allowed to use a third person of the queen and ricky henderson abra. He's like to strictly come dancing. He's the level above and often. I'm meeting. You started to bring your soccer ball with you. Everywhere i mean is become like wilson to thome. I'm hanging castaway kid. Can you talk about your relationship to the football. Well our say this. I know how it it feels to be a fan. I truly do meetings latin in charlotte and then actually i. I truly fan boy the guy for the first time i took myself out of you know who i was as a professional football player to you a fan of just now in a sport but a guy and yes as he he would say living immortal yes so in the third person modest the god by all the major world religions fun boy because yeah <hes> like i say the plan a game and then <hes> just it'd be better my brother i really do i just tried to like pulverize him in every way and i got to see him meet him and not only him <hes> tiago silva some guys on their on cavani <hes> and and just go on go on with names but it was just lucas and so. What do you like these guys. I played on the fee for for you. That's what it was like crap. I'm real people think crap. I really i'm watching here. I can control my meeting the payment they met scooby doo in real life. It's the only terrain the road yeah. It was is definitely shaggy. Holy crap you too good. Okay so sucker started started out as a training exercise say you've gotten pretty bloody good yeah. I can't say pretty party. Good last year you got a visit from one of the league and instagram's biggest characters another play control lucan pool no similar similar pull the bill polka for the n._f._l.'s game recognize game series and you have some mad finishing skills. Let's take a look finish. Finish the pope the thing i love about this clip. You didn't even say you sunglasses off on. I think now about the world circuit planes hierarchy was wearing shades. I think number three renaldo number two messy the josh norman. I'll take it i don't. I don't like to reopen beefs. Who's a breath soccer player because you clearly better run elder messy or beckham julia. He tries <music> so joss. You clearly know your way around a soccer field but how i'll i pol pot bunkers american football skills. Oh man so we take a look yeah. This is yeah. I went down to seven lonely when a style points catch josh norman. Would you want him on your team. Because i've heard from like vague rumors. He wants away from united that today brown. We're more helmet issues yeah a._b. Issues so at least according to puppets club club his twitter account. You are now a manchester united fan either manchester united fans a mixed reviews when you when you're doing is saying who mcguire who true to manchester united the players really the players and then <hes> get to know them and then becoming a fan of the <hes> dishonor doyle the club because because i actually went out there visited and took a tour of the whole entire silly and see how greener grass is very green. Greenest is literally a cut above our feels in whatever we do. It's a great it's a grain that does not exist in america yes for sure sure what they do if they had to cut it the right way literally have a science to it. I science to be absolutely and and then just going out on the pitch is is very high. Security is almost just the security level is is higher than the penthouse or the white house of reasons for americans to get into soccer but i love the greenness of the cross on the high level of security the two that we've never heard but that is excellent. I like that a lot. I like it a lot. Joe schlitt gross is always greener on in spite your allegiance to united last april your and failed for a night. We'll oh go down as one of the non everton involve greatest nights in british football history liverpool trail three nil and i gr- again the champion's nick semifinal against catholic plan. I got chill bumps right now everything everything and then they stormed back. They scored four goals. I come like taipei got. It makes me sad actually happen. I wish they advanced into the final. We'd say never deserves athletic. Josh norman are about to hit kgo eight season as an n._f._l. Star have you ever experienced an atmosphere that comes close to unfilled that night. Gosh i was almost say never with the in being super bowl. That's not bad that thing right there. Oh yes above fifty. You know you stand on this island with all the greats that played a game for us and gosh man you just see the jury those guys got on the hands of the all time greatest it is teams is dairy unbelievable unbelievable spirit looking at us and you were like if the grass was if only if only livable they had jewelry. Oh gosh just rocked out. There was a rockstar our fish all the greatest that came through but no just feel though that really goes to show because you got to think about it. They're stars on their front went for didn't play because they was hurt more sama. He didn't play saleh. He did not play for meal. He didn't play either and i think also when sanchez c c c look at a fumble yeah no no sears and they came live not because i mean they of course they believed in their sales else but they got something else. That was much more than just leaving the sales. They got like a stand full of like sixty thousand people agia squinched rate for them. You'll never walk alone. That's all you heard the whole entire time it was. I believe because you think about the era of three zero. You're not coming back from that like calm down. What's in american football. Yeah going going twenty eight two three the three say an experience they've augury. It's tom brady belgian bloody. Tom brady dave my gosh man so your life has been one big footballing bucket hitlist. You've been at that game abra poke bar sergio ramos luca moderate just annoying grapple and harm with umbrella motion. What is next based on your footballing on your soccer will to judge them football soccer world tour. I haven't seen yes that would ask for sure they can win the championship. They win the championship in basketball team win ship d._c. Fassino saying d._c._f._s. shooter shooter what state mashed deeply whereas the women's world cup final. We want now no they. Don't sell six and rain. I ask because you know why the crazy thing is. I hear so much about there and it's like even the kill each other. I would i would love to sit down and watch that that would be a coup. You bet your mind brought to you. We'll say d._c. United to win a m._l._s. that would it'd be way that would be awesome. Have another one we got. You need a bit more could win. It's going to be win. Nevertheless they just need to sign george morita. Stop playing them up front game on the end of his rookie crosses. That's just the play maureen as well. I love maury. Okay back to scrip smart. What's maureen tonight. Yes stop playing. She's been on the bench joel time. It's really annoying me. Josh norman thomas e. Love it if you betrayed being an n._f._l. Player who carries a soccer ball around camp which you do because it conditions your foot work for them for sure makes you and -ticipant the plays makes you a better quarterback can never be skillful enough on the pitch. That's for sure you gotta be world class. That's that's how i look at it and i i see these guys they play so much as world-class audited i see and the thing is is. I don't think people realize how good would these guys are like they really play with the ball on their foot and it is just unbelievable skill set that they have and just be able oh to be able to control themselves in element it is hard. Old coats of football are related that all related all as it is late. The thing is it's like it's still relatable because we still run on the same pitch they run on. An thing is really greener guys on our same practice security. It is just gonna say that's the security greener grass. That's for sure so asa ask when you consider just some flaming out crazy ideas tonight. Josh norman consider becoming a soccer player who's also known carrying an n._f._l. Ball around with him. I will say there's not you may have heard of it. It's called the u._s. Man i frankly crazed thing is actually sat our rambos monitoring and those guys those talking and the thing that was also says ramos yes. Yes yes crazy. I'm tell you a little story about it because it is ridiculous. How much of a rockstar you guys really are ninety. You realize it but sitting here with him too so so we go out of dc <hes> they'll say hey gino sure man. I tell you guys. I don't really go out much at we are going to say is <hes> him yup on what's out talk talk to him back and forth we ended up getting together and next thing i know we ended up going out sus place i would not say the name but we go there there and i tell you do some guy had on rambo's jersey and lino it and then discuss start taking pitches and serge walked up to him and in another body our work tools like no no pitchers and he had his phone his hand like this like a little baby and like i'm so sorry and got down on his knees and start start doing ally i kiss i stopped and i looked like is he really just doing it. The really bound like oh my gosh. I really had his avenue over there. When is going to happen it happens. Davis probably mason mount. I'll say the the u._s. Man frankly they need help. They can get and i will. We'll say when the scouts the american scouts so you're finishing an issue this are you ready to plant woke up. Josh norman exodus of course when i read the score a world cup go or <hes> n._f._l. So both touchdown. Would you rather score a world cup goal or an n._f._l. Superbowl what you think about it. You know you the josh but for me. I definitely have to say i'll take the billions of people that watched watched soccer goal gentlemen. Let's hear it for your starting strike up the u._s. Twenty twenty two world cup campaign mr norman <hes> the little girl is so acute could show don't often say that about our crap. This actually been a good show still a bit sack is wayne rooney's leaving it is can i just say one thing roads love sadness. Don't there's nothing rajin joyce more than sadness depression virus going to say. I was gonna say dispath. Those can substitute those it guys. Stop just reading out the facility for me. I think i'm a bit psychosis. Wade is the most successful american review of british invention since constitutional democracy and now that both jerry king. I'm joking. I'm joking way. Nope we wait. We by jimmy me up. David bring on someone. I actually i about me with joy. I'm about to cheer you up in a major way. I'm about to cheer everybody up. If you've had a bad day at work on next guy is a bona fide american hero born in the queen city of cincinnati she skyline in chile messy. She emerged as the breakout star of the two thousand nineteen world cup. Let's just say the entire nation of england is is still recovering from her nutmeg many bright in the semifinal aw slotted right between neville chamberlain's peace in our time speech and jaime valdes experiments with cordrays ordinaries on the list of things england might never live down on the roads darks will on the bitter end of her hurricane ain't like banger in the final. Please welcome to the stage. A peerless midfielder from your washington spirit and women's national tame rose the embassy stop hiding in the kitchens. They're very worried that it's going to be taken back whenever going to be invited back here again but i will. I just say that every year rose the television shakes. We have to recruit for all universities just pathetic the second time lavelle you are such a human joy to watch you play to spend time watching you on the field to spend time with you off the field. It's like a bolt of optimistic positive wonder the world needs more more that right now. The joy of winning the world cup dimmed the toll since july seventh or did you just wake up every single morning. Look in your diary. Remember you and just feel amazing. No it's really weird. It has a didn't ever early hit me breaks. Look in your diary to remember that you want it. Breaking news you win the world cup italian guys carries. It is not fully aware no only breaking news not only did the united states when the world cup you score the bangor in the final it. I was just waiting for rose's reaction to that. She's looking thinking yup. Won the world cup okay. I want to go back to the beginning rose. You started playing football at the age of five. You've got such such a singular style on the field. They fearless. That was your team in the fee for here's the u._s. Starting eleven raise lavelle lists creativity so much source. You got the ball on a string but you're not afraid to get stuck in what i like about you. Where did you develop all of those soccer skills well. When i was growing up i had this little english trainer. His name was neil. Who's an everton fan. How yeah how did you just wonder how little we talking <hes> and he's probably like five six. I don't know i'm really probably hype short but he joined join in england by the way up north. He must have like no more. We didn't know and the ad is vegetables snail. Yeah and i always say he's is the reason i fell in love with the game. I feel like he just made it really fun for me. How did he make it fun. <hes> i would go to practice and he'd always liked challenged me to be in my backyard. You're getting more juggles or trying out move so he was great and he told you he didn't succeed. You'd be innocent fan but when you were a kid. I love this about you to deliver your third grade book report. You dressed up as mia hamm the this is the greatest compliment one of the most remarkable moments when i read this your teacher zsa already worried about how much time you were dedicating to the sport you love told your mother. She's gonna grow up to be a professional soccer player right. It's not true. I didn't really know that. She said that but apparently she did. I think i honestly probably like one day of school for soccer <hes> uh-huh so i felt like it was a little dramatic for her to be worried by yeah. I think she did say that. It's kind of funny but you said then. This is one of the things i genuinely admire greatly about the soccer obsession you developed at that time so early. You always believed leave. Your future included a place on the national team. This is your chrome razor value said it's just something where i didn't even envision my future without without even when i was a puny freshman game looked at playing for the united states of america didn't feel like something i wish chasing after it was something i was going to happen. I just love that certainty it so american as an american of fifty months standing. Maybe i'm trying to play catch up but i have to ask you raise lavelle gave you that sense of certainty. Not that share confidence. I really have no clue because like i said my freshman year i literally think weighed ninety pounds my freshman year high school. I should clarify. I i would like ninety pounds and it was just something i was always like. I'm going to be on the team. One day and i didn't even think it wasn't even i was like oh. I'm so good of course i'm going to get there like i didn't even even not that even thought that i was really good just like it was something i wanted to do. Davis i always imagined being john hughes. Movie one's urine rochester delusion common except for yours of course came true not start delusion the teen years were not always easy for you when you were thirteen you a cut from a regional team american soccer youth development favors the strong the big physically able over the tactically technically savvy undersized player. How did you deal with that rejection and having gone onto score a world cup final goal. What advice do you give to american kids who've been rejected for small well. It's actually funny because the coach that cut me was my college coach <hes> yeah so it's funny but yeah <hes> but i don't know soon as i got cut. It was funny because i wanted to quit o._d._p. Before the olympic development project american greatness yeah yeah i had wanted to quit and my mom was like you have to finish the year and then i ended up getting cut and she was like all right you can quit and i was like oh yeah she was like are you can play. You don't have to do it next year and it was like no i want to do it. I got a good something to prove so then. I did it the reaction action so the reaction was it just made me stronger now. You had something to prove added into your belief that you were going to make it anyway. It just made the cocteau stronger exactly yeah. I think i learned a lot more from the lows in my life than i do. The highs and i feel like that was one of the moments i learned a lot about myself. Bingo the i want to speak on behalf of the constituency behalf new highs levelt. I'm gonna lift to yours. You were arising college junior. During the two thousand fifteen world cup final you watched it in a pizza shop with a hand full of teammates from an amateur seattle summer league team second gig the welcome come damage. Your players set the scene for me. How many slices fountain drink. I'm what was going on inside your head. As you watch rely light. That's going to be me next world cup or was it more the god that feels so far away essentially playing double a minor league soccer and i'm asking if they have bees pizza <hes> yes i'm on really took that pizza shop story and ran with it. I feel like i said at one time and now i hear all all the time. I think i ray's pizza of seattle race utah as well. How many slices is what was found to drink of choice. That's the important crap. Yeah probably had like three or four slices. Give or take a couple slices. It depends if i'm simple cheese. I love hawaiian pizza. Guys back down please by the found injuring coke. I wish tramway at the club soda thing and i always end up with a lemon drink. That's weird because it's on the thing. What were you thinking as you were watching. They club so two people know what i'm talking about. What were you thinking what these goals were flying in cali loyd slight. No one ever will get into this starting eleven because i got to read. Were you like oh my god one day. I would like to be that but it's so far away or were you like guys. You're sitting here. We're all amateurs playing second-string sample women sokha next time. It's gonna be me and that final raining goals like carli lloyd what between between those two because i'm a man of extremes which we gave. I didn't think it was something that was far away but i definitely wasn't saying saying that to people. I think it was something that was kind of in the back of my head like hopefully the next time around. I'll be there. I'll begin the pizza to go. Step your march fourth two thousand seventeen. You made an instant impact player of the game going on. You began dan to use your sudden platform as an international star to do what all football greats dream of. Frankly you developed an amazing twitter account. You you have a social presence in which he philosophize about issues close to your heart such as canine obesity parallel pumpkin and the challenges are having to put on jeans two days in a row the rose. We've chosen some of your favorite roosevelt tweets favor roosevelt tweets and we'd like you. We would like you to dramatically read them for us here today. Okay rose tweet number. One okay just parallel parked with one carvey or behind me waiting judging my every move what a rush of adrenaline rose won't be klay up those who don't follow rose on twitter. I say you're wasting your life. These tweets get forty thousand likes or more on twitter. Oh boy is a recipe for you really lending well. I don't know a lot goes into it but i have to make sure that the wordings ratings right and that's. I don't know that you take the right that tweet longer than you took. The cop probably anyway yeah. I don't know you kind of like revise it a little bit. It's kind of like a college player but just a lot less word how much work you send it to juliet's when okay no. She says yes yes wait next number taros tweet number two this one's sad life is great but it does suck that there's no way for dogs understand understand that the reason we're not sharing our chocolate. Them is actually out of love and not hate true true true. How long did it take you to write that one. That one came from the heart. It was dictated by a dog by the way i am getting my next million dollar television ideal darrelle billion dollar idea wrote. It's called roosevelt reads tweets written by roosevelt hit. It's going to be a smash okay. One more rose tweet number three worse tweet number three that one that one that one delivering assist the only true phobia have is asking the person sitting in the seat of the plane if they can get up so i can go to the bathroom. Listen to your pretending that you feel raises pain. It's a room full of bullshitters bullshitters. There is nothing worse than being several birds into a flight which means it's not quite taken off yet ready to use the restroom very same by blake beside snoring big semi-solid is probably as big semel not go anything to debut block you from getting to the bathroom. Here's what i love about your social. Media roosevelt the roosevelt as a football player on the field and the roosevelt lavelle on social media or one the same. You see the world differently off the field to me. You see the world differently on the all thing thanks to take myself fully perfect rodney question long question short answer okay speaking of seeing things differently going into this world cup most competitive of all time in which the u._s. knew they had to play a different kind of stoller football to the one they had in two thousand fifteen less reliance line so pure physical dominance more vision tangibility. Did you travel to france with the sense. This was your moment. I didn't send it was my moment but i sensed it was our moment. Oh man i felt like we were really prepared and had a lot of a lot of time together leading up to that point so i felt pretty confident as a group that we would be able to handle whatever was is thrown at us. You've said that one of your favorite experiences was beating the french in the quarter-final. Remember the home team in the forty thousand playing the home team in that forty five thousand employs crowd at the pug the pronouns going to ask you questions solve mystery for us famous alex morgan drinking tea celebration gratien against england in the court of final clear for mystery. I what were you doing here with. All this ross assists the mystery of the entire world cup. Yeah doing well if you remember. It's her birthday that day. So when you score it. I was running over and i was going birthday. I mean gaff does not completely explain. The image pro triple jointed did okay onto the final the u._s. will leading one nil against a sprightly netherlands side into the sixty ninth minute and you rose lavelle. Did this get out with some of those. The throws lavalle grows lavelle grows lavelle. Let's say you'll acting like you've been in the company of someone. That's good a goal in a world cup final break. Some news to break shape didn't score going to raise lavelle. You end up on the floor hands in these looking at the sky when that ball hit the back of the net walk us through your head this register you like holy crap i the kid there was told i would never play for the national team has just scored a goal in a world cup final or you just thinking holy crap. I've got to deliver an incredibly good sally yeah. No i honestly was just really relieved because i felt like we got an insurance goal and then we just had twenty minutes and just had to kind grind out the last twenty minutes and then new if we did that we'd have the game so i honestly was just relieved and it wasn't your birthday. No kind of sunscreen using rose literally. It was caught in france. There was yeah it was a heatwave. I i don't know if i i don't know if i fully protected myself that much. I don't really remember going. I asked the tough questions going into the war. All the talk was about knows alex morgan's the tobin heats but after the world cup so much the focus coming out of it has been knew someone who was little bit quickly. You almost aggressively normal would say how has your life changed. What has been the biggest adjustment. I feel like it's just gotten a lot busier which is a pretty big adjustment for me because i really like to do like absolutely nothing. I like love just laying in bed or laying on the couch so dog yeah with wilma so it's just for wilma. I don't feel any different but i just feel like my schedule's busy. I think that's the biggest difference back to tell the you're giving just incredible inspiration to millions of stoned americans watch dogs love pizza ask rose but when i tell you that this year millions of young girls and boys across the united states will i bet be dressing up as you raise. He's lavelle for that. The great book presentation warm ocean. It's cool. 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Week 10 NFL Preview & QB Talk with Jordan Palmer

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Week 10 NFL Preview & QB Talk with Jordan Palmer

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It'd be interesting to get his take on some of the guys that we work together with doing lead eleven process. Yeah. We'll do a little progress report here on some of these young rookie NFL quarterbacks. And maybe get a glimpse of what's to come here. And this next quarterback class looking forward to that conversation there with Jordan Palmer, but we've got to start things off as we always do book at this time of the week and that's going through each game own the NFL weekend radio. Yeah. Before before we get because the first game, we're gonna talk about we'll be the same sort of bingles. But I want to get your take on. What do you think about the Dez Bryant signing? At this time of the year. Like, how do you think impacts to saints? Have you been port when you're a Baltimore Philip did you ever sign in vet in the middle of the season? It's kind of push you over the top. Yeah. I can't remember, you know, this is kind of a new development. I think seeing this much movement. And obviously does Bryant wasn't a trade was assigning. But seeing this much movement in the middle of NFL season. I think that's relatively new over the last couple of years didn't used to see much of that. But to me, this is I don't know if there's I don't know if they're sixteen games that Dez Bryant could go to and have a big time impact. I really I really believe that. But I do think there's a couple of teams that fit him beautifully, and he can't have an impact in. And this is definitely one of them. Because what is the knock? I mean, you've said at numerous times and knock on Brian is he doesn't create any separation. So you need to be playing with somebody that's ridiculously accurate because you don't have a lot of space and he can make contested catches. Well, who's better at placing the football maybe in the history of the NFL, then drew Brees. So I think to me this is the perfect spot for him. And I expect him to be successful. I think you'd be a big success in New Orleans there a couple of things that are think eh play for the New Orleans Saints when I was in Green Bay Ron woolfe always kind of had like a veteran a whole court that he would keep in his pocket that he would bring onboard right after the trade deadline when I was in Green Bay he brought in Andre Rosin late on a Super Bowl run in ninety six. He also brought in other veterans like Mark Collins, and guys that he would just bring in kind of as the designated hitter, not necessarily that you need it into get older top. But sometimes in a playoff game a veteran player can come in and make a play that could be the difference when I look at the saints and look at how they're trending. They're coming off a big win versus LA ramps. But Sean Payton has enough foresight to think about the teams that he'll have to match up with in the playoffs and maybe in a Super Bowl in. No that offense. They may need a little more firepower because you have Michael Thomas. You have Kamara and Ingram, but really beyond that they're bunch of unknowns. Yes, you have Benjamin Watson. But Benjamin Watson is thirty seven years. Old candy be a major fact when teams really start to clamp in and hone in on what you do. Bring in Dez Bryant gives them a guy that at his best. Maybe is the third option again that can win in the slot, and they can create some things, but really with a great quarterback and drew Brees and a great schemer and Sean Payton, I think they still can elevate Dez Bryant spiders deficiencies to me. I look at this as a move that could have the potential of what Larry FitzGerald has been able to do in his later years going to the slack raise some opportunities for him to be productive despite his skills declining. I really liked the move for the saints, and I really liked to move a Dez Bryant because I think he went to one of the only spots that were great fit for where he is in his career. I agree with you completely other thing that we ought to look at here is when you look at Michael Thomas, and how big and physical. He is you think about the run game. You think about wide receivers being able to body up and really impact the run game Dez Bryant one of the biggest strongest wide receivers. We've seen over the last decade. So if he's committed if he's committed in all in and can help you just as a blocker with him and Michael Thomas out there, you're not gonna find to bigger more physical wide receivers in the run game. So you can have an impact there as well. Yeah. I think it goes to thing to one thing that came out when you looked at the tape of this game, they were more physical than to Rams like they took it to the Ran's in terms of their physicality and toughness office, a line is probably the best office online and football, you add another physical player Dez Bryant, it continues to kind of go to that identity of what they're trying to create because as much as much as we talk about drew Brees in the passing game and the balanced team that can lean on the running game when they need to win games. All right. Well, let's let's get right to it. Then I game one. That does Brian. We in. Say that Bengals. This is a big one for the saints may coming off the big emotional win over the Rams. This is not an easy one to go on the road. Take on the Cincinnati Bengals, I know AJ greens, not playing here book, but for this saints team to me, I think it's imperative they get off to a hot start here. Getting get on the Bengals early a little bit of a tendency coming off that emotional game kind of sleepwalk through the first quarter. Now, you don't want to do that even without AJ green. This offense can put up some points. So I don't think you want to get in whole early on the road against Cincinnati. I think a hot start will be key for the saints you this'll be a game for the New Orleans Saints. We talked about teams being able to show the maturity they have to take your business on the road. Big emotion win against LA Rams. And then you come back and play a Cincinnati Bengals team that has been kind of sitting at home after the I think this is one where Tyler boy will get an opportunity to be the number one playmaker dead. He thinks he can be a looked for Andy Dalton to can the find a way to target tell the board. We've seen him work inside in the slot. He has really been a handful for people trying to defend him. I think this is a game where he has to get eight to ten touches. And then Lino Joe mix. And if they do that, I think the Bengals can get a surprise win. Because I do believe the saints may be right for being picked. Falcons at Brown's this all about speed for me with the falcons, and it's about speed on the defensive side of the ball. You know, they had those injuries early on the year. You lose a Keno O'neil. You lose a Dion. Jones. Good news is Dion Jones is gonna be coming back here before too long. And I love the addition that they made once the raiders decided to move on from Bruce Irvin. I I kind of identified this team thinking about it. This is a perfect fit for him. Go with defensive coach, Dan Quinn, and we has familiarity with but go there were they appreciate speed when you have Vic Beasley tech McKinley. And now you throw in a Bruce Irvin. This is a team again get the lead early with your explosive offense, and then be able to rush the passer with a whole lot of speed. I'm anxious to see what this this new edition. Looks like here for the falcons defense. Hey, I love the move for the falcons defense Bruce Irvin fits and nice role that they have available on their team. They have those pass rushers that you talked about tech McKinley. You never bring in Bruce Irvin. You have Vic bees. You have all these guys that can kind of rush to pass it. The thing about them. They all can the built the same. They can't be necessarily every down players to play all sixty minutes. But you can't rotate those guys in for the Browns is all about trying to find a way to make Baker Mayfield, more efficient and more effective. You gotta protect them. You got these young as of taxes that are having a tough time that pass rush. And when the falcons heat them up it can make it tough. And then for Baker Mayfield is taking care of the ball. We've kind of hit that rookie low were now he's had enough tape teams beginning to adjust of what they're doing. How does he find a way to have success? He knows he can't outrun them. He has to be able to throw from the pocket and really pick this team apart. I'm not going to try and be too creative on this one. I think it's pretty obvious. You give up ten sacks the week before you better play better along the offensive line. If you're the Detroit Lions now going back through and and watching that sack real of the ten sacks. They gave up nine of the ten sacks with a four man rush. This can't happen. If you're the lions also Matthew Stafford hold onto ball little bit too long at time. So established a run in this football game. They're going to have to keep a tight end. And they're going to have to keep backs and they're going to have to to max, protect and keep Stafford upright. They just they can't go into it saying we're going to have our five block your four. They've proven. They can't do that last week against very good Minnesota front and they're going to see a good front here in the bears. They're really good front and for the bears. I think this is all about the defense as much as we want to make the bears make the story about their offense. And what matinee is done to really help to quarterback this team is built on their defense. And when their defense plays will they have a chance in every game. This is a big game for them because division a game is a game. That is. Home in his game that I think that they should win. I want to see what that defense looks like dead defense comes to play. I think the bears marched to another win. Cardinals that GPS? Hi, buck, everyday when I drive home. I see a big billboard. And it's. All different concerts that are coming up in the area. Right. And the one that I saw it's always like people that are kind of on that BC celebrity list right now, maybe on the backside of their careers one up there right now Paula Abdul. Apparently. She's still travels, and there is a point here to talking about Paula Abdul. Because the Arizona Cardinals and Josh Rosen specifically half to avoid the Paula Abdul syndrome because they just took two steps forward book. Can't take to statistics. So that's happened. Here. Let's keep it rolling. We've seen. Josh Rosen starting to get into a little bit of rhythm gained some confidence. A lotta times working quarterbacks. It is that roller coaster ride. Let's see if he can avoid taken that step back. Here is a roundabout way to get there. But trust me, it was worth it. I mean, you can get I mean. A dig it. I mean, there was like all I'm doing you were young. I mean straight up now tell me I do, but I do like it. I think in this one we can talk about the cardinals making progress. But I I just don't know how to slow down this chiefs offense. I think this is another test did chiefs a playing at home. They expected to win. They probably win by bunch camp. Pat Mahomes into residence crew keep their foot on the gas. Andy Reid is done a great job of getting off to quick starts on these teams. The cordless have a tough time scoring. So look for that opening script debt, I twelve to fifteen plays to feature a bunch of plays trumpet, fourteen points on the board. I think is just a matter of pet Mahomes, dealing the cores Tyree keel. Sammy Watkins drivers kill C Kareem hunt lend those guys make plays when he does that. He just kind of stays in rhythm think this machine rolls. I love what the Chiesa bringing. I think he continues. Patriots at titans. Well, here we go. This is the patriots versus the former patriots won the to me the key for the patriots going on the road to take on the titans team titans team that by the way at home as being the Philadelphia Eagles. We saw them. Just go on the road and pick up a winning. It's the Dallas Cowboys Cowboys team coming off a bye two weeks to prepare for them. So you better show up. You can't just roll your helmets out there. And hope you're going to get out there and win the football game. That's not going to happen. And I would say the key for the patriots is stopping one of their former teammates Indian Lewis. I think to me he's kind of the engine that makes this offense. Go we've seen Derrick Henry run a little bit better recently. But to me the guy that you have a little bit of fear of is Dion Lewis what he does run the football on the perimeter. What he does in the passing game, particularly in the screen game is something you got to slow down. If you're the patriots yet is something that is you definitely have to slow down. Dion Lewis is a big factor in their in their office. And I think the biggest thing has been Marcus mariota appears to be kind of fun and his way imagine floors offense. The last couple of games he completed over seventy. Of his passes in both of those games. Three to one touchdown interception ratio. And we're beginning to see him use his legs more in the last two games. You've seen seventeen rushing attempts for Marcus mariota. And I'm not saying that they should run him extensively, but they should alone. Be the player that we all saw at Oregon as he begins to figure it out and figure out his groove. His rhythm within this office. I think he can challenge them. I don't know if the titans have enough firepower to do it, but I do believe defensively dick and make these very competitive. It's going to be on number eight Marcus mariota has to make enough plays to push them over the top. We'll see if you can get it done. Redskins at buccaneers. I'll stick with the music theme here book, you know, go with Eminem. My name is because that's what needs to happen with this Redskins offensive line. They better wear name tags, man. This is so many injuries. There are so many new faces getting plugged into the starting lineup. I just man I know that they've got a gift and that they're playing the bucks who are not very good defensively. But man, I don't know. That's just seems like it's too much up front with injuries. They've had to be able to put it together in a short amount of time to get that running game where it needs to be because you know, passing wise, this is not the most explosive offense for the Redskins. Then you have to figure that the buccaneers on the other side put up some points as they always do. So this is a this is a tough one for the Redskins. It is a tough one foot of Washington Redskins because for them to win officially they have to be able to run the ball and have to control it. They can't necessarily put an Alex museums and I'll and make him through with thirty five forty forty five times. That's not how. The Bill that's not how they constructed. However, they're playing a team that can put the ball in the year. They can be very effective. Have Ryan Fitzpatrick is hot. This is an offense that is hard to slow down. I think this is a scary game for the Washington risking is. Because the Tampa Bay Buccaneers kind of challenge in threaten what they don't necessarily do will. And that is depend on the perimeter. Josh Newman is going to have his hands full with Sean Jackson and Mike Evans. I don't like this matchup for the Washington Redskins. Bills that jets. Well, it's a little bit of mystery here soon was gonna play quarterback for the Buffalo Bills been a carousel there. We'll see what happens. One thing we do know on the other side the jets Sam Donal with a little foot sprain. So he's not going to be out there. We'll see Josh mccown. And I think you know, the way both these teams have played recently say the first one to what fourteen fourteen points. Football has not been exciting to watch with these two offenses. But I'll say the key here for the bills. Just don't turn the ball over make this jets offense. Even though I think they'll be a little bit more productive with the veteran. Josh mccown make this offense travel the length of the field not turn overs. No short fields. And I think you try and keep this thing though, scoring and close at the end if you're the Buffalo Bills. I mean, I think there's a great strategy for the Buffalo Bills. The problem is one of the quarterbacks is going to eventually have to play. And he's going to have to throw the ball to typically when one of their quarterback's throws the ball that goes in the other direction for the New York Jets. I think the game plan is the same. Don't give the Buffalo Bills. Anything cheap take care of the ball. Don't don't give them anything underneath make them drive the field because typically they don't have enough firepower to be able to score. This is a game where turnovers will be the deciding factor both defenses are about the same. It really comes down to quarterback play who takes care of the ball. I trust Josh mccown. We'll take care of the ball better than the guys on the other side. Jaguars that colts. This to me is all about the Jags defense and and slowing down. Andrew luck. Leave Andrew luck six to all time against Jacksonville. He's a nice job playing against that football team. But I think this defense has a lot of pride this season has not gone the way they would like and even though the colts offense of line. You can make a case buck the most improved group in the NFL. I the Jaguars defensive line gets after him a little bit in this game. I think that's going to be something to watch that matchup. They're dealing working against that cultural line. I mean. Yeah, they don't have to worry about it. It was funny. I was trying to be cute because I was like is to return of the Mack thinking about songs and themes, but. Moreland Morley MAC has been the biggest emergence two guys at backed about one hundred year of games. He is given this offense a little balance. And you talk about it off as a line of being able to control the line of scrimmage. They've been able to do that the big thing. Besides MAC, Andrew luck in the efficiency of the passing game. Everyone thinks about this being the owed, Andrew luck. He wants to throw it down the feel. No, they are really killing you with the paper cuts. Eric even Ron has been a big factor. All tight ends have been factors. I think for them. They have the luxury of being able to avoid the sticky coverage on the outside work from inside out. I like this game for the coast. I think they get a chance to move on. Chargers raiders keep this one for the chargers. I'll be up there looking this game book and to me it comes down to really tackling. I mean this raiders offense is not a vertical offense car wants to get the ball hands quickly. He's going to get the ball out under Neath. And then you got a rally and tackling one of the things I think that goes underrated. And when James is I got chance to be defensive rookie of the year. And we've seen the sax and we've seen the interceptions. But to me what he's done in one on one situations as an open field tackler has been probably as best trait. Just a reliable tackler and space, and that's going to be the case here for this entire secondary. Because the ball's gonna come out early this offense of line for the raiders is not good. They're not going to trust them to hold up. The push the ball vertically down the field, so balls go into back balls going into tight ends. You have got to rally to the football and tackle. Well, I think if the chargers tackle, well I like their chances in this one. I mean I liked chances as well. Because I don't know how. To raise compose much of a threat when I look at this team. I mean, I don't know who scares you on either side of the ball. They don't have many play makes you have a quarterback and do cO who can make some things happen. But he doesn't have any weapons on the outside. So I think they will have a tough time scoring and then defensively. How are they gonna keep open high-powered explosive offense did not only has ability to throw it all over Europe? But they can run it. This is a bad match up for the Oakland Raiders. It really comes down to the emotional maturity of the charges can they take care of business because they've had to write mosit-. I don't think the Oakland Raiders can stay on the field with them. Seahawks. Look, I understand this. You're with the Seattle Seahawks. The the goal has been to keep Russell Wilson. Healthy not having unleashed him as a runner. They've run the ball good with their backs. But this is a game against the Rams. And I know the Seahawks defense has been better. But but the Rams were points. They're at home. They're going to put up some points. So to me, this is an all hands on deck game made it okay, not only. Russell Wilson have throw the ball a little bit more than you'd like. I think you have to cut him loose as a runner make him as threat as around. There's a couple of times last week against the chargers where they have this play with six offense lineman a lot which fan they had this set where they go to buy two, and they split out as wide as they can get and they try and lighten up the box, and then they were just running some inside runs there. I would like to see them do that same thing. Do some zone read. Because now you've got a light box, and it's tough to account for quarterback in that situation. So I look for them to be I think if they're gonna have a chance I would look for them to be a little more creative and a little more aggressive. Maybe it's a one time only deal but in this game. If you're going to be competitive, I gotta believe Russell Wilson has to use his legs. Your yesterday us everything. This is a this is a must win game for the Seattle Seahawks, especially way, the playoff racist shape. You know, they don't want to vote a four and five could be tough for them to come to climb out of that whole foot. LA rams. It is all about the bounceback game. They talked about the pressure being audited and not chasing the undefeated season candidate cleanup someone to issue. This showed up into New Orleans Saints game the defense and in particular, Marcus Peters their secondary. Gotta make sure they showed up you have to intimate that Seattle Seahawks. We kind of test him and see if they can get some of their wide receivers open down the field. I just like the Rams I think they kind of get it back on track offensively. I think they put the pressure on the Seahawks by running at them. And seeing if this defense is good enough to start Todd Gurley. Dolphins at Packers. This to me comes down to the dolphins. Buck and in which defense is going to show up. Now. I know jets often snuff. Very good. But that was a great effort picking off Sam Donald four times last week. They hold the jets to six points. But you go back to two previous weeks about forty to the Texans. You give up thirty two the lion. So I don't know which defense is gonna show up in this one. We'll see that's going to be huge against the Packers team. I think this is a winnable game for the dolphins who are kinda sneaky here at five and four I think they've got a chance to go in there and sneak out a win against this Packers group, but to me this defense has to show what they showed last week, which was an aggressive ball hawking performance. Yeah. This is who are you game for me when it comes to the Green Bay Packers? Who are they what's their identity? How they going elect a play the rest of this season. Is this an opportunity for Mike McCarthy d put it all on Aaron Rodgers and say look and run with it do whatever it is. You wanna do on offense in terms of going? No huddle controlling the game. From the line of scrimmage or does he try and steal play a little more balanced? Try to run the ball tried to do some of the things that we own. The also suggested the Packers need to do. This is a critical situation with the Green Bay Packers in most of those situations. They typically lean number twelve I think this is a number twelve game, and Roger would dictate the terms I think Winnie dictates two terms. They're the best. I think the Packers win because Aaron Rodgers is going to have magical game. Cowboys eagles. This is a tough one for the Dallas Cowboys team. It's really reeling here at three and five and I say it's a must win game. Right. They can't afford to go to three and six if they may ask braces and getting into the postseason, and this is a team clearly felt they were postseason worthy. You don't go out and make that trade for Maury Cooper, unless you think you've got a chance to to get into the postseason. So there is a lot on the line here for the Dallas Cowboys, and I'm anxious to see what what what are they gonna do style. Wise against the Philadelphia Eagles ofensive you're gonna come out and try and spread you out. Throw it all over the yard or they're gonna come out in a stab which the run with Zico Elliot to me. I think that's what this game is for them. If they're going to be successful. It is a physical line of scrimmage game. They have to establish that early. Get the run game going right away. Yeah. They have to get the run game going right away. They have to find a way to put deck Prescott in his comfort zone. They have to really not even take about deck Prescott. This has to be about your best players has to be about Zeki Zeke Elliott needs touchable thirty times. So if they do that they have an opportunity fulfill. If eagles is personal Jason kills basically said how the eagles feel about the Dallas Cowboys how they feel about the fans how they feel about this division rivalry thing. Because of that we will get a heightened performance from the field. If eagles they will be focused. They'll be intent on not only knocking off the Dallas Cowboys but getting back on track. And really the debut of golden Tate is something that I'm excited about how will go to be integrated into this offense. He's a catcher specialist. He's a perfect fit for their RPO game. Let's see how the eagles elected use him because he can help Carson Wentz play it even a higher level. Then he's played this for. Giant at forty nine. To me for the giants. This is this all about LA manning and Buckeye. I do believe he does not play. Well, that might be it for him with the New York Giants as their starting quarterback as bad as they've been ofensive -ly. There's some pressure on him going on the road here against a bad. Let's be honest with bad forty Niners team as well. But one that's coming off a big win over the Oakland Raiders. So to me all eyes are on E manning, get the body your hands. I think you're gonna see saquon Barkley all make a prediction saquon Barkley is going to catch eight nine ten balls in this game. They're gonna try and get him the ball out and space and let him go. But this game to me all comes down to you li- manning, this this is a big one for him. It is a big one for you. Lamenting I mean because all eyes are on him. Everyone is looking at what he has around him in terms of the personnel. And you're hoping that he can play better. He needs to be helpfully the guy on the other side when I look for the forty Niners. We can talk about the offense and degrade job to cash in hand has done with any old quarterbacks with it. But I think comes under the defense. The defense has played surprisingly will this defense should be. Able to get after Eli manning. I think the defense will end up being story when we look at this game coming on Tuesday. Barking cited for next guest. Someone's been on the show multiple times here. Good friend of the program. Jordan Palmer, join us right now JP how you doing man. I'm doing great. I'm doing great. How are you doing? Good. Good. Good doing good. I one thing. One thing we're always focusing on as you know, taking a look at these quarterbacks, and nobody better to have on and talk about them. Then you I want to I want to jump into some of these rookies what you've seen from. I know Sam darnold got a little bit of a foot injury. So it looks like he's going to be down for a little bit. What have you seen from from Sam this far this season? I think with them. I think a lot of us expected which is a lot of short term memory in terms of mistakes, which are inevitable for young guys. And we've also seen some mistakes. I'm a big believer that for for quarterback at any level. There's certain interceptions that you gotta throw to know that you can't throw that ball. If you can get those things out of the way on the year like this. And I think he's trending in the right direction. Yeah. And to that point, you know, like young quarterbacks just in general. Do you feel like is better to put a lot on a young quarterbacks plate right away to kinda see what eventually can handle or do you think quarterbacks to jump in the systems that a little more simplistic did a little more remedial benefit from maybe having some early success? Even though they're not being challenged to do it at an advanced level. Yeah. It's a great question. And I think it's pretty specific in our contract. I got my. I think it's specific to be. To the situation. So I for example, two years ago with the show I'm watching that's a team could win last year on obviously they did. That's that's a where maybe we got a great defense. We got a great white out. We have a lot of Susan plays. You know, we we've got we gotta push this quarterback. And just here to help us win these games. When you look at salmon Johnson situations where it's all about developing, and that is not winning a lot of games. And that's not all the pieces. Then I think it's about getting much experience as possible. And it just depends on the situation. What years on his contract? What's the coaching situation? How news how far away are? They look at you look at Josh. And I think you look at Josh Rosen as well because they're not teams that are Bill to win right now. And and so it's in my experience. It's get him as much as much experience as you. All right. So in thinking about like, you know, the does Shawn Watson fact because you talked about the Sean and his first year they wanted to win. And so. Seem like they just kind of made a radical overhaul in their offense. But when you look at the Sean early in the year people were when what's going on what's wrong with Sean? What is it about? The Shawn Watson that allows him to bounce back from tough moments to eventually figure it out and then to become a player. No matter what he's playing. Yeah. This Sean especially unique aspect of his game. In a lot of it ties with how he grew up in the over the adversity you overcome his entire life. Just gone just processing adversity and pressured different than anybody. I've ever been around. And if you think about the way that he grew up, you know, in in poverty, and and they hoping raises family and all that everyone's heard the stories clan. Bama's not that big a deal being down. Not that big a deal throwing to pick. Not that big a deal just has a different perspective on adversity and the second part of it is I think at any team that I've ever had and disowns not a teammate of mine, but I haven't been around somebody who literally enjoyed and felt so grateful for the situation never been around anybody like it. And so he genuinely loves studying he loves watching he loves down. He just loves all of it. So when they start up in three we had a great conversation after that, we it was always in his mind. Just a matter of time before everything started clicking again. It was never. This thing's falling apart. Oh my gosh. This is all gonna come undone. It was always in his mind just a matter of time. And he took ownership. It's a matter of time until it slows back down for me. And I get caught up and I start playing better. And I see the feel better. It's a matter of time till these other parts of our team start connecting. And then they just rattle off. What is it six in a row? It was always a matter of time with this on it was he doesn't have a panic. But like he never seen one before. Man. He got a question for you, just, you know, something that we know is every week more. Watching watching tape is I don't know that I've ever seen. I know when the Rams when the greatest show on turf kind of got rolling. They kind of I think was Mike Martz, obviously, all the all the shifts emotions, it seemed like they were just doing a little bit more pre snap movement and everybody else and now with with McVay and Andy Reid, and now you're seeing now you what the bears I can't recall a time we've seen this many teams being this active pre snap and just from a quarterback's perspective. What kind of information can you glean when you're getting all that that movement and forcing a defense to react before you even snap the football. I think anything nap there's really shoot goals, and you can either be trying to accomplish one of these. None of these or both of these when you're moving people around pre snap it shift in the motion like that or exploding from one formation in five days moved formation. What you're doing is. There's an opportunity to deceive the defense, and there's also an opportunity to gather information. So for example, if I have a receiver to the left time, so but I start off with a running back outside of him. I mostly not running back back into the backfield. I'm going to be able to tell very simply is there a linebacker or safety on that running back. That's gonna be minimum cover. That's gonna tell me. There's a high likelihood of man-to-man coverage. If that running back with lined up outside the receiver in a corner was just bumped out with them. I moved to running back back next to me and shock then and everybody kind of flies over high likelihood the zone defense. Now, that's not not every ship in motion is going to give you that sort of information. But you're either trying to deceive the defense and confused them or get them caught off guard or get somebody miss a line or you're trying to gather information for both and the beauty of it is with these young quarterback is it's it's not very complex for the quarterback to deal with a lot of pre snap. Now having really complex reads. Once they say that hot. Yeah. That's difficult. And so what they're doing a lot of. Times with these young guys with my home with Jared with the Sean is they're doing a lot of bills. Whistles pre snap to deceive. And gather information, but then when they say set hut. It's still a pretty simple read and a lot of a lot of times. It's still read this guy. If he goes inside, we're going here. It's still one high to high coverage it's still man's zone read. So there's simplifying the post nap what's on the quarterback complete mentally post now but pre snap adding that element. It puts. It's more for the defense handle than it is for the quarterback to handle he essentially just to spit it out and trusted. His guys are doing it. You know, in to the point because I've seen this debate kind of rage on Twitter, whatever you're talking about president movement or whatever there's been a debate in the conversation about empty formation, and why are so many young quarterbacks playing an empty formation sets a whatever explained to me the benefit of using empty and some of the dangers that also go along with him the into formation out not having a back in the backfield empty this formation out. I think the casual football fan would say will do. You know, obviously, they've only got five dollars so obvious. They're gonna pass it also limits the amount of coverage as you can play. There's a lot of coverages that are only two two by two or only two three by one or only to condense that only two and when you get into three bites to an empty formation. There's just a handful of coverages they can play more importantly, there's a handful of pressures that can play. It's you don't see a lot of just press cover one. Come you know, man to man coverage in an empty because they don't need to add that extra guy in the box because there's no real threat of run. And I don't want five guys on an island one on one with one safety in the middle field helping so cover one's kind of out, and I could go down the list, but it really simplifies the amount of coverage is they can play not to mention, you know, everybody's getting paid to watch to watch during the week. And so you know, if I'm playing the whoever Jacksonville Jaguars when I pull up there there. Offensive cut ups on air how they play entry. You're gonna probably see two or three variations of coverages two or three variations of pressures. And so you kinda limit what they can do and allows you to really focus on how you're going to come back that and how you're gonna attack it, what are the keys J P because we've seen this the NFL style of defense is almost kind of morphed into what we've seen the college that we always talk about the college concepts on the offensive side of the ball making the waste in the NFL. But I think the mindset defensively has now gone from Saturdays to Sundays and that we're not gonna get caught up in yards and moving the football. What we've gotta do is we've got to create a turnover to to give our offense and extra possession. But even more importantly than that, we're gonna play great red zone defense and trying limited threes instead of sixes and when you look at red zone offense, and you're looking throughout your career, and as you've been doing this for such a long time, but what is the key to being a successful red zone offense in the NFL right now. You know, I think. I thought on in terms of. Saturday's move into Sunday's what what was she on offense? And it'll pick up on defense Simpson. Did you do in college to stop offenses? Thinks you're going to need to do. But when it comes to red zone, the the need for accuracy and timing is it goes through the roof, and and it's not actors. Hip on that post route. But there's certain balls it can can get completed at on a receivers chest. So if he runs a slant route from the five yard line, and he beats the guy inside, you know, just put it on this just or something would say to put it low. But then there's levels where his is too far as you can send his hands in the air. That'd be comes an area where there's certain parts of certain throws that can be made right there. And then there's certain throws where I always say like put it on the rim. The only way that ball's getting caught is if that receiver is arms extended, and he's basically, you know, off the ground by foot or two, you know, he's extended and he's jumped and that's the only area that that Balkan get caught so not necessarily the area of the end zone. Is that the right pylon the middle, but more or less, there's I call them kind of vertical levels and when quarterbacks kinda miss Lowe, and it looks like a hit the guy in the face. And it's got a hand on the ball. You know, casual football fan, which is pretty good throwed. Great play by the defense. No that ball can only get completed in that on on the rim in that upper zone. And so what what we're seeing a lot of teams struggle with is. I think that tiny in accuracy and those guys being on the same page. And then when you see it working like Michael the difference between Michael Thomas and Julio Jones who can't you know, they can't they haven't been able to connect a whole lot. I think it's just a they're not on the same page either with timing or with accuracy, you know, in thinking about some of like the younger quarterbacks like in the college ranks guys that we've seen personally at eleven talk a little bit about a wheel Greer and some of the stuff that you notice not only what he does like physically. But what you know about him on the inside that may lead you to believe that he could be a pretty good play the next level. You know, he's he's overcome a lot. And he's been exposed to a lot. I don't know. Everybody knows this. But you got two little brothers, and they're like, multimillionaire, and they're like eight he's been exposed to a who world but just calling in both good in and the university of everything that happened at Florida leaving being out getting married having a kid getting the second year making. Making the most of it for her. He's been through a lot for. And the success in the adversity. He's had along the way is cheap. But then goes with this offense where he's got guys who can go at the white out position. Jake's agree, coordinated great teacher the game play come over. And I think with will. You know, here's a lot of what he's doing is running around in making it happen to a will will be consistency. That last thrill he made the other day. Unbelievable throw. I mean, he was like off balance for no reason. So as he can continue to grow and developing the consistency of his mechanics to be able to make the same thrill every single time. I think that's where we're going to see really we're gonna chance to see how high his doing is with somebody's spectacular place, and he's crazy numbers, but his trajectory will be based off of how high is floor raises. And when I'm coaching guys everything is about setting projector for where we can you can go and we wanna. I always want to make sure we're raising the floor and raising the ceiling raising the ceiling is working on things that are spectacular and creating time and crime throwing across your body and all that stuff raising the floor is for darnold keeping hands on the ball for Josh Allen, keeping all your cleats in the ground. So you're not bouncing on your toes and overstriding raising the floor. And so with will I think there's an opportunity for him to raise his floor, which is going to increase his trajectory to other guys. I want to talk to you about rubric because we had him this summer. They came through Jarrett stood him, Andrew luck. Both of those guys have been on a bit of a rollercoaster ride this year. But just talk about what they bring physically and mentally to the position. Yeah. To interesting guys an interesting spot. You know, what you're is dealing with some versity down Auburn leave it at that. And just the offense and how they're doing things down there. And it's it's a he's a classic example of a guy who's going to be a much better pro than he has been college player. And with that being said, it's been a really good. 'cause I mean people forget last year, Jared and Auburn Tigers beat Bama in Georgia. And for his year to deal with a lot of things that he's dealing with their and to be able to string together last week. He had a good one. He's got can't rattle off a couple of. He's got a couple of monster games. Got Georgia Alabama coming up Joe to kid physically. Will we get going through this draft process? A big storyline. A lot a lot of conversations be talk about jerick arm talent. Because he throws it as his right right with the the best guys I've been around in terms of velocity, and touch and just a smooth stroke. And I remember it from high school when he was coming out of Stephenville, Texas going to going to Baylor. I mean, we were he's always had that. And drew lock is similar, you know, he's a kid who could have gone anywhere with to Missouri stayed there who's been really loyal to that place. Got a new office coordinator, who's running more pro south stuff this year? Not always on the not all the guys are always on the same page. He's got some playmakers kind of. But they also get scored on. It's just kind of. Like a weird situation. That's that is pretty common, actually. But in terms of what he has physically. Both those guys are are upper echelon arm talent. And the thing about drew lock people don't realize too. If you got some big time division one basketball offers, this is very smooth, very quickly athlete, and and they're both dynamic leaders and just good news to be around. And I am flying to Missouri. Tomorrow to watch them play Vanderbilt and spend the weekend with them. I want to ask you about one more guy here before I let you run. We appreciate your time. Daniel Jones down there at Duke somebody. I got a chance to get about four games in on him. He's he's intriguing man. I see a little bit. I see a little bit of Matt Ryan when I watch him to kind of move around and throw the ball. I know you've had some exposure to them. What are your thoughts on him? Yeah. Matt Ryan good cop. I think he's more athletic than that. It's so funny because you just think Duke, and you don't you don't think about it. If I said that come from, you know, SEC school or something. Time within this last offseason. And you know, he was bigger than I thought and in Kirk moving around and he's moving around a lot quicker than I thought. I was like why didn't I think it would be like that? And it's just when they come from schools, or we're not used to saying, you know, I think we kind of go into it with that mindset. And I think that's also true NFL valuation community because there's a lot of these coming out of nowhere in these draft boards and the weights you really drafts and no one year ago. In fact, I heard about them through a buddy, and that was when I started paying attention. And but when I got to spend some time with them, I realized that this he's a franchise guy. He's going to be a big story gonna draft process. Just because so many people know so little about him almost is Josh Allen would have come out that not last year the year before really came out of nowhere, really intriguing and everybody's rushing to to to figure them out Daniels going to have a little bit of that. If it comes out this off season. And and but the reality is has he's had very very consistently very poor protection. And there's gonna be zero questions about his toughness because he is taking it on the chin very consistently. He his mechanics, I think for his age a really routine, he's really consistent. And then he's he's you know, he's six four. He's two twenty five to thirty issues. Really good athlete, and and he's just been around the meanings and David cut clipper a long time. And those are the types of guys you bet on there you go. I think we're good there JP, we appreciate your time. Man, we love catching over the in the spring as we get towards the draft. But a pleasure to have you on here during the regular season as well. Thanks so much, buddy. Man. It's an honor. He gives the best thing for having me. All right buckle. That was a fun conversation there which Palmer buddy, some great insight there on these quarterbacks. It's it's fun to talk to him in the in the run up to the draft. But I like in a chance to to pick his brain a little bit in the middle of the season was fun. It was fun. Look, he's a super smart guy. He knows a lot about quarterback play lives. A lot about develop them developing them on the ground level and also tweaking them and helping them find their games at the higher level to riffing resource for us to be able to tap into. We're going to get into these college matchups and make our picks here in just a moment. But before we do that I want to go back to last week because I think we can say you a little luck here. In terms of the timing of our guests. We had will Greer join the podcast last week before their big game against Texas. We all know how that game ended. But I thought before we look forward. Let's look back for a second decided to be joined by our next guest. Good buddy of ours. And we got to know a little bit at the elite eleven West Virginia quarterback will Greer join us. So really comfortable going into a Saturday like. Authority kind of played the game in my head. Rare throws down the field wide open. So makes the catch twenty five twenty fifteen ten ten touchdown, David sills. He is going to give every bit. He can to be their franchise quarterback that you wanted to be. Gary killing us so many opportunities, and I them so that it must be. Potty alike meal rear lakes fits over forty two forty one Ted. It is great night to me about Tahir fried is in our blood for this day. These these fans these people or a hardworking people that have a lot of passion, you know, it's an honor to represent. They go. How about that? For a little good luck for will Greer coming on MTS pod. And then going out there handling his business at the end of that game that was a fun game to wash last week. But it was a fun game to watch. Look his ability to make big plays down the stretch really was eye opening for me that throw that he made the touchdown throw. And then to have the moxie to have the two point conversion converted to every time out have to redo it in any did it with his legs says a lot about him. I like him a lot. I think his performance is one to NFL scouts will look at hord as a signature moment for him. Well, speaking of performances last week Bucky Brooks had a good performance. That's right. Ninety two last week. Two didn't help anybody didn't help them. Well, didn't always a gap. I wouldn't last place. I was only eight and three. Gotta step it up a little bit. I think we'll team is gonna lose to TCU in Morgantown on Saturday. It's not our predictions. But I'm calling the upset. Well, there you go give you a little bonus. If that if that were correct you're in first place right now. Can't m I might closing the gap at all on you overall. How far back in my three games back. Yeah. You're right. They're Sallie seven back buggies ten back. So. Yeah. Right now, your second, his ten pack. It feels like just yesterday buck you were like in first place in this thing. And I had a couple of weeks. That's what happened when you always try and go chalk. All right, buck. Let's jump into these these college games here. What do you think here? Boston college. This one's yesterday's Clinton. It is I like Boston causing the way they play light of physicality and toughness of their squad. Just think Clemson is much much better team gonna go get on that one. Everybody picking Clemson in this one next one now come on Alabama at home against Mississippi State, come on. Let's make a clean sweep across the board. All Bama, I just wanna see how mistaken for just went off. We're all riding Alabama Auburn Georgia. Man, Auburn matches up well with Georgia. But I'm just going with Georgia in this one. I can't pick on Auburn to pull the upset. Yeah. I'm going to go Georgia's. Well, I think Georgia throws it around pretty fitness game. They get it done off into blind Georgia matches up with that defensive line of Auburn. We'll see what happens. All right, Ohio State. Michigan state. Michigan state should be prime for big upset. I'm going with. Hi, you stay here. I don't have a lot of conviction in this one. They have more town, and I'm just going Bank on the talent being superior. That is why they walk away with a win. Cellphone Ohio State, Kent, Ohio State can hit my music. Already at home gets it done. And after this game people are talking about is this urban Meyer's final season. It'll Hieaux state. That's the conversation book that is the conversation. That is let's go. That's amazing. I can't believe what Michigan state. Oh, yeah. What's the next game? But Oklahoma state versus Oklahoma. I'm going, but Oklahoma this I saw two folks early in the season. Yeah. I think Oklahoma is this. I'm going home. I think we're all going Oklahoma on that one. Keep it rolling. We got Boise state versus Fresno state, Fresno on the road at Boise. I am going with the does Jeff Tedford has the BULLDOGS playing at high level doing great silly going Fresno can't go in Fresno. All you guys going with the road team here except for me it wrong DJ. You're wrong. I mean, I can't believe your own your own with that. But if you feel good about Boise state, I'm gonna let you go. Well, let you take another ale next up. We have Washington state at Colorado. I'm going to go Washington state got washed state in debt one to next game Oregon at Utah. And sell the man we're house divided and sell the at Utah Utah. I am going with Oregon ducks what say you DJ. Yeah. I like Oregon Oregon on the road put enough points. I don't think Utah with injuries. They've had keep up on the Oregon. All right. He would go Texas at Texas Tech, man. The raiders can put up a lot of points. But I'm going with the horns we hook it this week. Yeah. I'm with you did oh here we go. So it was clean sweep across the board. So the can't also take Texas final game the Baylor bears at Iowa State, man. Can't go on. I was state. So these going out with state, I was oh, my guys. So I'm delone. I'm the low. We'll hit the music hit the music. Baylor. Come all this have one by the way, I think I alwa- state as of today is the best team in the big twelve better than Oklahoma. No better than Texas. Oh, Brock parties. And awesome. Freshman. We already talked Campbell last week. David Montgomery is going to be an NFL back. And they are the only team in the conference that actually plays defense. The only one used to be TCU they handed that crown overdose state, right? All right. Let's fun episode today. Boy, so we anything else. What are you working off of the notebook? I am working on a Dez Bryant reaction. What it does? And how it impacts the saints? I'm also talking about what is wrong with Marcus Peters. And Josh Gordon's emergence as a patriots receiver. Are there you go NFL dot com slash Bucky, Brooks checkout bookies notebook each and every week. It's a must read. All right. That's gonna do it for today. Thank you guys. For checking out the podcast. Check out the videos, NFL dot com slash Mt. S video or YouTube dot com slash NFL. And we'll catch you next week right here moves sticks.

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Well are we still using our extra special cova cleaning procedures or no? Asking don't care anymore. Cab Dirty and. It is what it is. Now you know we're going to be like the city of La off don't touch don't clean anything trash pile up at the vagrants live where they want to city doesn't care about you know poop in the streets and needles. Are. That story from Channel Four by the garbage piling up and Oregon named Los Angeles, the second ratty a city in the United States. You know what's weird is a few years ago this. You didn't have all this garbage right? Just didn't exist. They picked it up. I just wondered what happened are all the garbage guys just not showing up for work anymore or they sitting around the office? Do they have no gas in their trucks I mean, why did they? Because I have a big staff they're all union guys they can't be fired so. They were just told to stand down don't pick up the garbage anymore. I don't understand. Took a trip up Las Vegas today for the first time in a while because they had an appointment and I saw homeless encampments I've never seen in all the years I've been on that that. Street. Never See A. Huge but There I, another thing I thought of was. With all the business shutdown people pulling back thanks to the economic lockdown. It just makes it easy to pick yourself wherever you want because maybe if nobody's home and I'm going to bother you. Are being moved in by groups like when I had that argument with the guy who helps run the encampment over on Saturday and Wilshire. The one in front of va yes. He said they brought them in from skid row and I think he was protesting that there was a lawsuit against the VA to use the va land for the homeless and that lawsuit has been its whole process has stalled out. No changes have occurred. So the way I heard him, it's like You know. So we we brought them here. We brought them here from skid row. And and and this is a big public protests because the A is not handling things properly, and so I'm now wondering and this is a new thing where they're going to. We're going to move with these these these activist groups would which are well funded. There's a lot of money and being one of these activist groups. You get a lot of donations and then you siphon off the tax money that Garcetti foolishly spends and the then you maneuver them into normal neighborhoods. And then and then the then Garcetti refuses to move them out. I don't I don't think this is happening organically by accident. No I, well, we play piece of audio later, which will hopefully assist with because it's a little hard to hear. Thanks to voices disguised, but it's LAPD. Officers. Telling of Venice resident that the orders are we stand down on the vagrants nothing we can do. We've been told step back from alone. Now this is on purpose and I don't know why people don't grasp that. There's some bs that the CDC was saying leave them alone because. If, you bring them into a shelter that could give each other cove it. It was like this cockamamie explanation did they always have a cover story? I believe none of them in. February, we had the same problem before anybody heard a corona virus we had the same problem in the streets. I remember when the started they panicked, we gotta get them off the streets because cope. It's going to be everywhere among the homeless they had this. Stupid decision to bring him inside and there was those community centers and one of them in a procedure they had a little covert outbreak. So they changed their mind again, I think that's what he decided. Well, trying to get them alone into hotel rooms, but that didn't go well either so I think the whole thing became a standard just absolutely don't do anything and let them foul. The normal neighborhoods? In this section of Sienna was pretty close to Beverly Hills it isn't that bad I just. I was surprised it was to several of the Morongo really hills will never let them cross the border though it was not beverly hills but the south, they'll put up trump's wall. They would stand for it so. We'll play that audio layer on and also talk about Well. There's two other stories connected to this this idea that they're going to get all the homeless off the streets from underneath the freeways that attempt apparently that's. That's become mired in confusion. We've heard that for months to none none of this stuff works because you can't force people to do anything Dan they would they would force people. I saw who won the debate who? Website that stupid headlines. Cath your vote. You know I was watching last night in the whole damn thing is so stupid. I I mean anybody can go on stage until a bunch of lies. The moderator does nothing to moderate the lies and then all these talking heads, Camonte cable TV, and they all start lying about the lies. And you know after a few minutes, you're you're you're some kind of. Maze like you, you're head starts to spin because everybody is so full of it. None of it has anything to do with the real world. I've Biden told an untold number of whoppers last night. Oh, Jesus. He is a feeble old hack. Well the interruptions were minimal, that's all that matters. Cacophony of. Interruptions. To be thankful she did a good job but you know her questions were really loaded I was thinking about on later. They were like liberal progressive and when she finally got around to the hunter by laptop, she just asked Biden is this unethical sir ethical what was he going to say? Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Unethical I know I know everybody's raving about her because you didn't have a complete food fight last night I trump you know about all you separate the families. All these questions were just loaded from a whole different perspective because in in left wing progressive journalistic circles these are the issues they care about, and these are the opinions all these people have. It's their reality. They're not aware of another reality. All they know is what they know. I, mean I the. You only had let's see between the two debates at twelve segments, right To the segments of the twelve were on were on climate change. Climate change is number eleven according to the latest poll. In terms of what? Six No but here, climate change two segments. Why? Because left wing progressive journalists care about climate change they're very terrified. They're very worried. Of course, many of them are living in very large homes with very large cars and they consume. Of Fossil fuels but they're worried about all the dirty riffraff out there. All of us out here, we're the ones who have to change our lifestyles because we're endangering the planet. I mean the Apocrypha makes me vomit. Just. Absolutely. makes me vomit. Right when we come back and by the way by the way Biden, Biden saying he's allied about we're gonNA found the clip to a flat out lied he did say unequivocally, he was going to end fracking an end all USA fossil fuels he did say that in a debate with Bernie Sanders. And that's ten million jobs and that's eight percent of the US economy. He's going to transition out the oil industry. Is that trump made a big deal that trump went oh, he's GonNa end it. Yes. Transition Means We'll take a little while but at the end, no more oil and gas jobs. We're all going to be living on. We're GONNA be traveling on what Magic Dust chump. Loved it how I can win Pennsylvania. Thank you. We'll play some of these clips talk about devote of the debate coming up. Two hundred billion people have died. Probably. By the time I finish this talk is the op-ed published. In the failing new. York Times by. An anonymous. Ominous mental fill, my physical I love my mental. Fitness the kidney has a very special place in the heart. Necessarily now we have over one hundred, twenty, million dead from Kobe when they gazed upon your Semites, Semites towering sequoias and I have nursing and. Nurses at. Watery Hospital who and Ben Down whispering my year look at what happened in the nineteen ninety s our embassies in Kenya and tens. Ania we can't rebuild our economy. and. Meet this chronic crisis. Presidential race. Is John and Ken. Yeah. Right from the Nursing Home John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou. Kfi Am six forty live on the iheartradio. APP. Just my TV to trump look particularly orange. He Very Orangey last night superfan. Deep `Arge I. It was a color just beyond arch or maybe because Beg Biden is so pale yeah. He's almost transparent. Almost his rotting. Yeah. You can always see all his blood vessels. Skin is paper thin. Just realize today and I did the math. What's the point? Looks like forty percent of the country's already voted. Forty percent yeah. Well, those are the two million early votes cast and the last election it was about one, hundred, twenty, nine, million people voted for president between the trump and he'll also I think over ninety percent of the public at its mind made up Probably, a year ago Oh. Yes. It did I saw a poll, The Wall Street Journal sometime ago it was a very narrow single digits undecided and I think most really undecided most elections are like that. In a you're the whole campaign is your working at at the fringes and you're working at the fringes and a handful of states maybe seriously working at turn out as turnips somebody answers a poll doesn't mean they end up voting and that's where pollsters go awry. Guess. Everyone will tell you on the phone that they're gonNA vote but they don't. And and there's no way to predict turn out there just isn't and they've tried to go by past performance how often you voted previously but that doesn't always work if you got a really charismatic candidate Obama, for example, trump. It brings up new people who never voted before they never vote again. So it's Very difficult. They haven't cracked. Explain it to someone today because. Despite the fact that they're hitting over the head everywhere you go. It's radio-tv vote vote please do your thing and votes like every other commercial. A lot of people still don't. I don't care and I'm putting out a plea for stupid people please don't vote. Stay home you know if you're stupid, you're not very bright you're ignorant. Just. Dunk. Oh right. You're you're only gonNA do damage because you don't know what you're doing is no way you're going to understand the proposition that's for sure. Well. I'll pick a couple of out of this list and you can do the same thing you see that you'd like to play. The time we have this hour, the one I liked it stood out to I'm going to start with clip number four only because this is one of the reasons and trump took the chance to point it out that I think trump won four years ago and White Idiot Biden. Well, not everyone hates this some media members last night because I I switched past all the networks to see what their analysis quick analysis was of the. Of the debate you gotta stronger stomach than I do and I what I hate the did in the first debate to is when Biden takes a moment, I guess all his prompters tell them to do this and he looks into the camera kind of points he was I'm talking to you at home you at your dinner table I want you to hear me right now let's get away from all this phony. So let's play that when it happened. boob out there is falling for that I. One of the commentators said that was great when he did that so. That's Biden connected cackling at the voter. Talking to me, Hey, ethel come in here Joe's talking to us. He's looking at me right in the eye. Let's play clip for if you're a middle class family, you're getting hurt badly right now you're sitting at the kitchen table morning deciding what we can't get new tires their ball because we have to wait another month or so or are we going to able to pay the mortgage who's going to tell her? She can't go back to move to community college there the decisions you're making the middle class families like I grew up in Scranton and Kleeman they're in trouble we should be talking about your families, but that's the last thing he wants to talk stop second. So why did he come out and demand that Gavin NEWSOM Open Up Disney It's tens of thousands of middle class families who have bald tires and the kids can't go to college and Blah Blah, Blah with Shea cliche cliche and that's where he said you know Gavin newsom knock it off opened up Disney independent pandemic lockdown as caused any economic distress. We're seeing this year that simple Biden was actually at the same time a endorsing lockdowns and he was expressing pity for all the people sitting at the kitchen table who can't pay their bills. While you picked up why don't you open everything up since masks distancing work? Continue. I wanted to say I wanted to talk. To ten seconds Mr President Tech, a political statement. Let's get off this China thing and then he looks the family around the table every just a typical politician when I see. Difficult politician. That's why I got elected that likes to get off the subject of China. Let's talk around sitting around the table come on Joe. You could do better. We're GonNa talk that was a strong moment even though she kept interrupting she got really annoying there because. Let's get out of control making a good point? Real, distinguishing difference between them and you saw on display last night because Biden was prepared and I don't think he performed badly but he had this list of things he had to work in whereas trump is just off the top of his head. He's GonNa move from subject to subject it's more fluid but Biden's got things that he's got working somehow and eventually you're going to turn look at the camera and say you at the at the dinner table in the morning. Breakfast at these problems are having I feel your pain you're sitting there bald. No I mean your tires are bald. Let's see what else could we pick out? Well, this one's brief, but a lot of people were talking about this we'll just move to clip five. Spent a little time on foreign policy and talking about North Korea where trump was trying to make the point which is a good point. He said that when Obama Talk to me as I was transitioning to become President Obama warned me about North Korea very dangerous situation. We could end up at war with them. This is what trump said. You know what he you know what wait a minute he says it. I'll let you know when we're ready and he says that now things are much calmer with that and then I guess by ministries reference you know what? North? Korea we're not no war. We have a good relationship. You know people are those having a good relationship with leaders of our country. Hunting. A lot of questions to get. A good relationship with Hitler, before he in fact, invaded Europe. The rest of Europe come on is the reason he would not meet with President Obama's because President Obama said, we're gonNA talk about denuclearization. We're not going to legitimize humor gonNA continue to put stronger and stronger sanctions on you. That's why he wouldn't meet with us. Now, Biden was alive. When when there was doing his thing but even the left wing pundits eyebrows were raised we had a good relationship with Hitler. Before your did your. I don't think so I don't think so. There was a lot of concern a lot of. We'll play a couple clips when we come back. John and Ken show. John Kobylt Ken Chiampou. It's KFI. Am Six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. People. Are Sending me the story that remember the Rock Band Kiss Yeah Gene Simmons is leaving California because of the taxes. Selling his big home and moving to the state of Washington. Saying. It sits taxes I'm all taxed out. Yeah. What he Shinkin surprisingly no income tax state. Even, though the politics are way left up their, they don't tax incomes. How do they get enough money I don't know role of their craziness probably the property taxes or or the sales tax both are outrageous you gotta you gotta get the money some way, and those are the three main or the corporate tax suppose in corporate tax. I don't know I've never looked into Washington's structure, but hey, you know what you go you're getting whacked big on your income taxes good place to go pretty up there. Sacramento Bee did another story on the exodus of people from California over the politics and the taxes and everything else and We'll get into that. Later we're just playing a couple of clips of last night's debate. The only thing that one of the things that frustrated me about trump. Is because of the format, he had a tough time until she actually asked the question working in the Hunter Biden thing. and. When he did. To us when I call shorthand. Yes. This happens sometimes when you. It could be a TV talk show it could be A. Even, a radio show with a host of Banat, it for years and they're very familiar with quote, their core audience. So they start talking shorthand making quick inside references, dropping names or terms. I knew what he was talking about but I know that like seventy five percent of people watching didn't really understand the terminology was quickly trying to get in there about. What's been playing out all week? Yes. The emails, the Hunter Biden Laptop I always get a little I always get frustrated watching him because he does not have an organized mind. And it's not organized to remember three or four bullet points. Like to to build an argument to go from ABC D-. What he does is he jest there's all these bursts of words. And and it scattershot you know it's a little shiny. Shotgun blasts there and he did this in the first debate. But I think it was clearer to three and a half million dollars that I guess this woman who what she was married to the mayor of Moscow. Moscow. ended up in Hunter Biden's account but trump kept saying you've got the money the Russian money three and a half million people don't know what you're talking about. Now that up like three dollars you know it it it's really frustrating because what you have to do is you have to say the report in The New York Post that your son got a three and a half million dollars from the widow of the Russian mayor and And I think he brought that up in the first debate and and you have to expect expected Biden is going to deny it right? You know they're gonNA lie you know they're gonNA deny it. So then you have to back it up the second fact and a third fact and a fourth fact, and let them keep denying it. But at some point you have the weight of so much detail that the average person at home is going to. Go there must be something to this. There's a lot of detail here. This is in just pulled out of his rear end, and that's how you deal with Mr Denial as you just keep coming at them with more and more and more but trump doesn't stick to a point for very long he gets distracted and goes over here and over there, and then the moderator of course wants to protect Biden. So she's going to interrupt and derail the conversation. Well he's. Terrible awful forbade. These next three clips or what we gathered on the topic of the Hunter Biden Laptop and the emails, and of course, trump's special guest in the audience last night the man who says he was a hunter Biden partner who confirmed the emails, who's talking to the FBI today he is and he's also Confirming that Joe, Biden is indeed in on the deal being referenced as the Big Guy to get ten percent or the chairman. So trump's being attacked about his taxes grunt again and then goes off on Biden and this Russia money I prepaid millions and millions of dollars in taxes. Number one number two I don't make money from China you do I don't make money from Ukraine you do I don't make money from Russia. You may three and a half million dollars Joe and you son gave you. They even have a statement that we have to give ten percent to the big man. You're the big man. I think I don't know maybe you're not but you're the big man i. think you sense it we have to give ten percent of the big man Joe, what's that all about? It's terrible. So you see that was a good example showing. Some people puzzled that haven't followed the still right? Right instead of saying Okay New York Post reported and you'd name the writer in say came out yesterday and Tony Linski was the partner for your son Hunter Biden they have emails and memos. It indicates that you know you are getting ten percent These documents are real. Facto but nobody is refuted that these documents are not real that three and a half million because I've came up last month's debate the one in September because remember the Senate Republican Committee did a report on one hundred that was in there. The Moscow mayor given Hunter Biden three and a half. That's why trump brought it up in the first debate but. Let's move onto this clip which I mentioned earlier where are our Biden friendly moderator just when she finally gets around to the Hunter Biden story simply as well. Here's the clip with regard to Ukraine. We had this question about whether or not because he was on the board, I later learned brisman. A company that somehow I'd done something wrong yet every single solitary person when he was going through his impeachment testify under oath who work for him said, I did my job impeccably, I carried out US policy not one single solitary thing was out of line not a single thing number one, number two, the guy who got in trouble in Ukraine was this guy trying to? Bribe, the Ukrainian government to say something negative about me, which they would not do in did not do because it never ever ever happened. My son has not made money in terms of this thing about what are you talking about? China I have not had the only guy made money from China is this guy is the only one nobody else has made money from China. Really wait a minute. Let's see why I'm going to play the next clip because if twenty what's in it when I think isn't it this will help clarify let's play clip three. It's not playing well here trump here biden say there I did not take any. Okay we go by have not taken a penny from any foreign source ever in my life we learned that this president paid fifty times the tax in China as a secret bank account with China does business in China, and in fact, is talking about me taking money I've not taken a single penny from any country what so ever talk I heard now these are companies within China. And Ukraine this not the government of China giving a hundred hundred see that and I think that last part that's a distinction and the slippery away he got out of it and the store did say foreign source though at the beginning of that Oh. Yeah. Man He everything he says a Word Salad. The deal is is that his son was making deals with these Chinese companies that were owned or controlled by the Chinese government and what hunter was selling any. There's another story today in the post about this it or Wall Street Journal, he was selling the Biden name name that's what he was selling and he was very demanding about it hunter wanted the proper respect paid to the by name. And that you were going the implication was you were going to get time with Joe. Joe Is going to hear what you want, but you have to pay upfront for it. All right, and then we don't know Joe's influence in making sure that a government contract goes through or he does some arm twisting to get vote through to provide some financing for one thing or another. Obviously these Chinese companies are the Chinese government wanted something they're not giving hunter Biden money for nothing hunter Biden has no obvious talent for anything. But he's the conduit to Joe. So the, they're joe's doing something for these people because they paid a lot of money through hunter and maybe eventually not maybe it made its way eventually to Joe I'm sure maybe through all these shell companies of the Cayman Islands through Panama, you know that how they that's how they do it. They don't leave a paper trail that's easily no. I heard a story this morning like well, you know when examination of the company documents Hunter Biden was involved with. There's no sourcing of Joe Biden, of course, not not gonNA, list him because what you do is you get, you have to read the code ten percent for the big guy. Okay. Of course they're not gonNA, put his name able you. And and and that's where you just got the Lazy Bias Stupid Ass Progressive Reporters. Do A, but it's not on the official record doesn't exist K. go back to sleep buddy. You haven't authenticated your story show me the official record where he took money out of your social justice. Warrior Party. John and Ken Show John Kobylt Ken? Chiampou K.. F.. I am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio. APP. The voter guide is right there. The website starting to run out of time going to Kfi am six, forty dot com. Use the link for the John and Ken. Page. You'll see our suggestions or recommendations. A man's right commands on the twelve. If you don't eat Y, you don't vote the way we tell you don't vote. You don't you don't have to vote if you're GonNa do something stupid and make life worse for everybody else. shifty shifty. Don't vote for maxine waters and don't vote for that clown. Josh Neumann from the State Senate district down there in Orange County around Fullerton. But that guy was recalled from office over the Gas Tax George, Gascon don't vote for him either Oh. Yeah for Jackie Lacey for Da County. You were mentioned early this hour and I was talking about homeless Sienna that. Beverly Hills doesn't tolerate you know a bunch of vagrants camping on the sidewalks. Else don't tolerate pretty much your protests and demonstrations, of course. They got hit hard as did other parts of La. After the situation with the death of George Floyd remember that. Yeah. Weekend after that, it was one of a number of cities including. Santa. Monica they got ransacked and vandalized businesses and I noticed after that that Beverly Hills passed an ordinance that you can't protest at night in neighborhoods and they enforce that by arresting a whole bunch of people. Yeah. A couple of months ago who tried to march into a neighborhood with the I guess it was the black lives matter moving. I don't remember that and and that's that's what you do. Because because you hear the lame false claims of weasels like are setting now they. Have a First Amendment right. It's like, no, they don't actually you can't jest protests on a public street and anytime you want for as long as you want, that's not true. You have to go to the city and you have to give a permit and the city will decide whether the time you request is appropriate or not whether the street is or not. You can voice your opinion publicly but you can't block traffic and you can't disrupt the neighborhood just because you feel like you have no right to do that and Beverly Hills is absolutely correct in denying people the protest at night and residential streets. So they made another preemptive decision. Then effective election day, they're closing down almost completely rodeo drive. The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce that meeting the news was announced according to the assistant chief of police. It is a hard closure. Going to have the K. Rail Cement type barricades it's not going to allow any vehicle traffic into the RODEO drive area. They could change the plan between now and Election Day depending on what they see going on in the world. But basically, they're saying right now they're not taking any chances we're preparing for the worst. Closing the street said, it'll help us de-escalate. If anything starts to happen, it'll be easier to manage meantime Garcetti announced. He'll be personally handing out Molotov cocktails protesters. To throw at police stations. So. It'll be a little different across the border marching with anybody who wants to get involved. Yeah, Garcetti it'll be taking a knee everywhere they. Understand, this this. This is probably the government that most la residents would like to see. Oh. Yeah. Government of beverly. Hills, which does something about the protests something about the homeless and if you ride through there, it pretty much looks like it did ten or fifteen years ago. Looks Beautiful. It's just shocking. And it's not like they gas the homeless they chest. What they do is they send these ambassadors to ask them every five minutes if they would like any services and eventually the homeless get tired of being nagged and they leave. Nobody wants to be nagged. So they perfected the art of nagging the homeless out of the city. I compare this to a story. I saw last night in the headline is so cal gas and a company called the laundry truck. La There are the laundry truck la they unveil new equipment to provide free laundry services to UN. Housed Angelenos. There now going to ride around with a trailer fully equipped with five sets of washers and dryers, a folding station and a water heater, and they will stop at homeless encampments and do their laundry. Can you leave the vagrants earn now getting laundry service seven days a week including night shifts and the offering this is from socal gas. At I. Co Cosponsor and I was so disgusted. I typed in. You'll sit announced this with much pride. We all are working in order to afford a washer dryer in our homes. And to pay to maintain and repair the Washer Dryer but these people are busy injecting drugs all day storage drugs at defecating on the street. And if they got a little bit on their underwear, don't where we're sending trucks over to wash your underwear up problem. If you're a psych how Basque gas ratepayer that's they're they're using that money for this and same day I typed it. So cal gas into Google News. And by coincidence is in the Daily News. Is a story about how so cal gas is fighting thirty six thousand residents still over the Canyon Ashley Ashley Yeah Five, years since the leak began five years there's thirty six thousand plaintiffs residents people who lived in the area claiming that they were Had negative health effects. Displaced. They were just remember what hard time socal gas gave the residents to pay for their hotels. And they still have it paid the damages from the gas leak that made thousands of people sick. But they got money for one trucks for the homeless for the. Yeah. For all the all the dirty unwashed vagrants they get free laundry service. Thirty, six thousand people. Get get no legal settlement yet after five years. Right when we come back, well, it was not a good day in court for Uber and left they lost an appeal and the decision by the judge was you gotTa make those drivers employees. So it's more important than ever that they get prop twenty two past. We'll talk about it next John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken. Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere. On the iheartradio APP. Well, one of the big propositions on the ballot is prop twenty two and it suber and lift up there. And a lot of money being spent on both sides and guess who I saw doing commercial John for you to vote. No. On prop twenty two now we're, yes. Correct on the voter guide we are. A? Yes. We're on the side of the dry commercial. This morning kind of stunned me because I stopped said now, what's this person pushing? And I said it's John Belts girlfriend. What she wants to you know who it is I saw the commercial. Yes it's Gloria allred. Her her arguments are complete nonsense they were not. Stick Women in there somewhere up twenty two doesn't protect get sexual assault from women of women and it's like well, of course, it does it. This, about how you pay for the driver's, she turned to make the argument there classified employees. They'll get some protection it had nothing to do with with the issue. It was it was it was stuff about women. It made it sound you calm her down this dance with her I know I've got I gotTa Work My. Magic. Control. Anyway. They lost A. Decision yesterday in California appeals court has sided with a lower court judge who made it August ruling ordering oubre and lift to stop classifying drivers as independent contractors. So if this measure does not pass, that looks like the future. Leaves the assembly it'd be employees semblance state Senate passed a bill bill five. We talked about it extensively and it's requiring companies to classify many workers as employees. They can't be independent anymore, which means benefits to be paid overtime has to be paid many Uber and lift drivers do not want that designation. They want the freedom to set their own hours and how many hours they work and also it is. It's it's GonNa Destroy Uber Lifts already very fragile business prospects. They simply can't afford to pay their drivers fulltime wages with the. All the medical benefits and overtime benefits and everything else it just it's just not possible. So they're probably going to go out of business and then it's going to throw all these drivers out of work. We're GonNa Talk Chan Krueger. Lift driver from the Sacramento area. Johnny there. I. Thanks for coming on the John and Ken show. For having me. Talk about how this proposition if it fails. And you're forced to be an employer employee rather. Of. Lift what is that duty for you or to you? Well, for me specifically, even if I'm one of the few drivers are allowed to continue by won't I'm recently retired last thing I want is an employer. There's no way I want somebody telling me when to show up or how long hours and for those drivers that drive multiple platforms guess what you're going to have to choose the platform that's just not going to be an option. So it's very It's just devastating for me and I've been doing it part time for seven years and one of. The originals here in Sacramento seen, it change over the years quite drastically. So as a driver for people who maybe you're not aware of what your day is like you can dip in and out of driving. All Day every day. Right. You can do just as little or as much as you want. You could work late at night you early in the morning, we're two hours, six hours, fourteen hours whatever you WanNa, do your total control of your day. One hundred percent this is a twenty four, seven operations so I get to decide when I want to go on and I often do rival. We'll take me somewhere close to a shop that I need to go to log off do my shopping. Maybe I. Go home maybe a log on again. It's that flexibility that is so critical to the vast majority of drivers. We really need that in for the the opponents that say, oh, but nothing in eighty five prevents flexibility. Well, that's Baloney. Is there really McDonald's worker that can turn to their boss they yeah. Peace Out and don't I'M GONNA I'm gonNA run across the street and go work at a fast food place. You know that flexibility just doesn't exist and that's what we have now and we really really need that and you touched on something there at the beginning saying if you're lucky enough to be one of the drivers left I, mean what is the belief of lift is going to have to if this doesn't pass? Well. You know who knows what they're gonNA do I- hundred percent. Think that there are some rural areas. We've got some areas here in Sacramento plastic up. Very, few ride requests there I can see them just not making service available in those areas at all because they can't afford to pay a driver minimum wage just sit in their car for hours on end when there's no ride requests I've been around so long that I remember when lift I launched here we actually had to be authorized to log on and I would. Go weeks without being authorized any hours. Now I had a full time job at the time I was working. So it was only a part time Gig so it didn't affect me so much. But that's the drivers that are advocating a pop twenty two. That's what they're looking at if they are going to be one of the few drivers that they do allow on the. APP. You may not get those full-time hours that you need to get those benefits and with prop twenty two, you are guaranteed benefits after only fifteen hours, which is less hours required under federal law. So I would much rather be in control of my schedule working up to twelve hours a day some drivers do rather than lead up to the GIG companies decide. Well Yeah. Now now that you're employees guess what only going allow you to work four hours a week. I just don't want to sit that. Not The government's business. What you're you decide your work schedule is. And whatever whatever agreement you make with lift. The company. You're missing out on valuable employee benefits, which could be yours if you're classified as such. Well twenty two does provide benefits like I said after fifteen hours, they'll provide a stipend abused healthcare They don't call it worker's COMP because we're not W. Two employees, but they are providing occupational accident insurance. And for the drivers and say, Oh, we need sickly well, I get to decide whenever I want a day off that that is not necessary and they're still talking as if they're going to get a forty hour gig after if I if prop twenty two fails I don't see that happening. With the companies do is they lock you twenty nine hours, and then they don't have to get any benefits they declare you part time. All right. But is this all this? Just a cover story is the real issue the unions push this. and what they WANNA do is unionized workers and that is not real reason that this became such a big issue. Well. And that's why this is such a big money investment for the GIG companies we're up against number one corrupt politicians and I happen to be a Democrat but I'm. Like we fourteen parties after this. Gonzales. Ex Union. BIGWIG, down to, San Diego. She's in with the unions they paid big money. You look at the opposition on all the ADS. It's Union. Union. They don't have any interest right now but they just see that money and the union dues. So and I've seen this threat because they've been around for seven years I've seen the threat on the horizon for years and years and years, and we've always been able to push back but you know that's why it takes such big money. We're fighting corrupt politicians and corrupt unions. We didn't need their help. We didn't want their intervention and here they are. So we are fighting with everything we have that's where keep our independent this bill blew up at. Nowhere And it's caused such a problem, not just for drivers but all kinds of freelance workers and remembering the foot I I heard about it. It's like why would anybody in Sacramento care? Why are you getting involved in the MINUTIAE of people's lives when they have A GIG work or part time jobs or flexible hours what what do you care and then when I found out your what you just said Lorena Gonzalez as a big Mac for a long time and that's that's what she's doing. She got into politics in order to give the unions even more access to industry. So they can organize and reap millions and millions in induced payments. And you know all the protests you see on the streets that she's organizing saying that Oh all these drivers, hundreds of drivers I can guarantee you the same thing that happened when I went to the legislature did testify in opposition baby five she buses in union workers are drivers they show up in their union shirts and they make it look like they've got the support of just thousands and thousands of drivers. They don't have no interest in the GIG economy. The Union they always. A lot of issues when they were when they were protesting for fast food workers to get. Minimum wage we had for fifteen. It was a whole bunch of tweets. Reporters interviewed seventeen protesters in front of a McDonald's fifteen. The seventeen did not work in fast food they were bussed in by the although all those demonstrations fake. Well, thank you very much for coming on and making the case for twenty two. We are a yes. On prop twenty two, we appreciate talking to you. Thank you very much. Thank you for your about. Jan Kruger's a lift driver from the Sacramento area and again. Uber Lift lost an appeals court decision which means prop twenty two goes down I. Think the last stop for them would be the State Supreme Court. They can get there. To fight this, otherwise you gotTa Pass Prop Twenty Two's they can continue to let these drivers act as independent contractors more coming up. John and Ken show John Kobylt. Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Wow, very forty minute nap during that break where they held we go. On. Wasn't it I? I. I thought. Maybe I. It's not at all. Wow. We're where we? Oh Yeah. By the way we're not Yes. On the voter guide on many of the state ballot propositions, but we just talked about prop twenty two. Dealing with the and the lift drivers were a yes. The next one brings back a name familiar to the John and Ken show were also a yes on prop twenty. which is going to make some changes to the state's criminal justice system when it comes to things that happen. Jerry Brown was governor. Prop. Fifty seven for instance, and prop forty seven. For instance these are things that been the bane of our analysis for years with respect to prop fifty seven, and this is getting people eligible for early parole. They're gonNA add twenty two offenses including felony assault with a deadly weapon. Yeah. That sounds serious and violent to me rape of an unconscious person and human trafficking child. You would not be eligible for early parole unless we pass. Prop twenty. But. Apparently, if we allow prop fifty seven to stand as is you could do those things and be eligible for early parole. Now, you know why prosecutors and sheriffs around the state got this on the ballot. Now Old Jerry Brown apparently was earth to make a commercial against prop twenty because this is part of his legacy is emptying the prisons what kind of a legacy. Is. Allowing. Early Parole for rapists. Rape of because it's an unconscious person so you. Couldn't give. Anything Oh wait a second isn't that a bigger rape. I think because they couldn't give consent either way it's kind of a murky area. No it's not a murky area. Anybody who lies like that. Listened. They can't. They can't fight him off. He of course, in his commercials said that all they're trying to do is add money to the prison spending just locking up more. He says, it'll spend millions more on prisons gut rehabilitation. Here's why the ADS are stupid like Gloria allred ad he called it a scam prison spending scam. It's a bunch of hooey. Yes. What the what here's what they do. You have a proposition which on its face makes perfect sense. Of course, you want rapists and child traffickers to stay in prison to the end. No early parole for those bastards, right? Of course, you do. Well, they can't argue that point. So they bring up some weird oddball out of left field point it make it sound like this is the purpose of the proposition. The purpose of the proposition is to spend more money on prisons. No, it's not it's a rapist and child traffickers. Finish. Their full-term anybody who lies like that should not be listened to so. Same thing with Uber. Lift thing. About them, having the freedom to set their own work rules. But the Gloria allred goes on there and go. Well, you know it doesn't protect women from sexual assault. Well, no that is not the proposition. But what they do is they go into a little room and try to come up with some weird hot button alternative issue to make people think Oh my God say have a proposition it's going to legalize rape in the back of an uber now it's not. That's not true and they they test market these things they do focus groups and they do polling and they play but the wording and they come up with just the right phraseology in the commercials. Oh. By God. Can you believe this and it suck it is. It's all bull. Product twenty also alters proposition forty seven and creates a new felony for cereal theft when a person is caught stealing for the third time. We told you that story at a San Francisco that they've closed another walgreens in that city because the shoplifting is out of control the people who work at that Walgreens or told not to interfere. So apparently, vagrants and others just walk in and take stuff does a story this afternoon, and if we can get the audio inside edition was doing a story on that walgreens and San Francisco yeah, and while they were there a guy jumped up on the counter and he stolen air bed right from behind the cashier. Test at walked out shoplifted right in front of the whole bed. Yeah. It's in a box right here that you blow up. It sounds like a stereo bed. It's one of those inflatable. Dead. Why is he just walked out with it while they were there why use the response from the company? To give up why is everyone responses I don't want. To get killed no, I understand that but it's like Disney and I guess teaching to pay for a guard. These companies don't have any political influence. What are they doing with all their money they're supposed to be bribing politicians is bribing not bribery not working anymore. Usually businesses get their way, you're just in favor of and it's quite here in the article the failed tough on crime policies we're changing that we're not going to be tough on crime now that'll make it go away now we have rampant crime exactly now you have stores moving out because of all the crime. Well, why is everything backwards? Why do you think they say the opposite the truth and people not along yard. Failure no it wasn't a failure when you prosecute for crimes and you throw them in jail that's success. That's what's supposed to happen. What do you think? About. All those low crime rates before we hit this new upswing during the pandemic and releasing prisoners this year it's like everybody is gone mad and the normal people are still saying as just they're just standing there and gone I I don't believe what's happening. You believe what's happening world's gone crazy. How Ralph Were proof of that when we come back to vote all these stupid morons at office. John and Ken show. John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. I to lead us into more next story. We wanted to tell you again that tomorrow. Saturday October twenty four, th beginning at ten am. And maybe lasting until one o'clock. There is a food distribution distribution event going on for Disneyland resort cast members. We mentioned this yesterday, it's a drive through. It is going to be in Orange County at the main place Christian Fellowship. That's at thirteen ten east Lincoln. Avenue in Orange. We do have this information on our web page kfi am six forty dot com. Check out the John and Ken page has a link right near the top for this event. Tomorrow Begins at eight thirty volnteers arrive at eight thirty the distribution begins at ten o'clock. But if the supplies run out, try get there at twelve anything there. So if you are an employee of, Disneyland, referred to as a cast member and we know this has been really hard on you plan on getting there tomorrow for that event because the story would talking about. Now let's say suspicious looking mustache professor. At the Woods Centre for Economic Analysis and forecasting at Cal State Fullerton and the reason I say that his name is Neil puree who by the end of the story the Orange County Register says, you should listen to what your government officials say don't be mad at them be mad at the virus. Yeah. Well, he's predicting a five billion dollar hit to the southern California and Konami because of the closure of Disneyland looked at the now Asus is probably right that it's GonNa be a five billion dollar hit but his is his line about don't be mad at the government. No, you should be furious with the government because they're closing Disneyland when there is absolutely no data, no science that supports a closing none now because you can do masks in fact, in fact, science supports Disneyland being opened because masks and social distancing work and this he has tested this at Disney world in Florida and. All their other parks around the world and it's worked very well whatever the protocol is it's a big success. There have been no outbreaks whatsoever so. This is not based on any rational thought This I periods wrong people should be furious at the government has it's throwing tens of thousands of people at work. It's cost the area billions of dollars at, and now these people can't even get unemployment benefits because. There's a million and a half cases backed up. In Sacramento. And and the federal government's not coming through with another stimulus check. So people are being. You're going to see a Saturday. It's going to be a big crowd. These are hungry people that are going to be lined up, and it's entirely the government's fault ordinarily, they'd be working. Because if you didn't hear the story. The state finally came out with its guidelines for reopening the theme parks when it comes to the larger ones particularly Disneyland in Orange County. It's probably not going to happen till at least next summer maybe even later due to the. Onerous rules to go about this Orange County has to get to the lowest tier that includes scaling that new health equity metric requirement. Yeah. They can only have a limited capacity in the park. It is just unworkable. So these projections are for forty six thousand jobs lost by next spring. If the coronavirus is not putting check because remember it's not just the Disneyland. Employees, it's all the businesses around there that people count on the hotels, the restaurants, anything, all the shops, the up, all the shops they're going to be in big trouble to people obviously come from all over the world to go to. Disneyland and they spend a week there they spent a week they go to knotsberry farm, they go to an angels game they. Can't in the hotel with their families, they wander around and do shopping it. It is billions and billions of dollars and it's all gone now. So there's already twenty eight thousand jobs. That have been flushed another eighteen thousand could be gone by March. Orange County alone is going to have thirty three thousand job losses. And it's about a five billion dollar loss, and in this Orange County register article, which is really thin on detail nuance basically. puree just compares to places like Texas and Florida and says, well, you know are strict. Corona virus regulations have helped us fare better on a per capita basis than those states. It sound like either all right could either or not completely close to completely open situation. You can work this out and make it livable so that people can work and people can still go to Disneyland. A relevant comparison is to other theme parks around the country. That's the only comparison did other theme Parks Avenue Problem after they opened up no, they have not there have been no outbreaks from theme. Parks. So, this this goofy professor. But he's working for CAL state FULLERTON. He's guaranteed a salary. He's not going to be in the food line. One thing I've noticed from day one here all the elites have guaranteed jobs. They can work from home and they weren't affected by the shutdowns right now you've got people who haven't had a job for seven months and they can't get unemployment benefits and you're going to see all the cars lined up on Saturday. Repeat what's really going on right now imagine how humiliating is the state line for an hour to get a box of food one box of food you think these people want to do that but there Saturday. They have is they're hungry. They're kids are hungry. Look into the camera and say that Joe Biden you, it's tough to feed your family. I understand I feel your pain. But newsom have any idea what he's doing people. Know because newsome's never been hungry either his kids he came from a wealthy family, he tinkers around with his winery and then he's lived off the public. Dole. For how many years US Lieutenant Governor for eight years he literally did nothing for eight years and got a six figure check eight years Francisco. Mayor he started that city on the road to ruin. It and now there's people starving in the streets and you're going to see him on Saturday our on a bus driver. Why? Because there's Republicans that live in orange, county conservatives Vicky cooties what one of the supervisor say something nasty and hurt your feelings this is a personal vendetta out of this tiny little man. Some science data to be ashamed of himself, but he can't feel shame what's going on now with any rising case loads, it's usually younger people. It's not especially in California, it's not overwhelming the hospitals the death rates nationwide are way down. There are some states with some hospitalization issues, but we've seen that before and they're smaller states with smaller populations is nothing on a scale like it was in March April and May. Not. Pretending. It is I found I found a charred today CNBC reported. This is corona virus cases per one hundred, thousand residents, right? This is as of yesterday. Do. You know where California, ranks like. Is I at one hundred and one. Okay one, hundred and one. And and and. Twenty, seven, twenty, two, hundred, thirty, one, two, three, four, five, six. Seven, eight, nine, ten. California. is about fortieth. Forty Second California is forty second in the rate. Of virus cases per one hundred, thousand residents. Forty seconds. We should be one of the most wide open states. Instead. It's billions in economic losses. All right. We got more coming up. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi I am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Well. No County in California may be nuttier and more restrictive than Santa Clara County. Where months ago back in March, the health officer there was predicting. Two thousand to sixteen thousand corona virus related deaths in that county. Today Santa Clara County three hundred, Eighty, eight deaths. that. Well, we're going to be talking to a guest after four o'clock about all this. Because she's pretty worked up, she actually took a full page ad. Objecting to the continued restrictions in Santa, Clara county run that by the way. Is. The home of Silicon Valley San Jose and the San Francisco Forty Nine ers stadium where if you've seen the games recently, the announcers have to wear masks while they're doing the michaels and Chris Collingsworth wear masks seat because the health officer in Santa Clara. Not as complete nut. And his response everything is but people are gonNA. Die. Then they predicted and they're off more that crazy modeling. We got we gotta we. GotTa. We gotta get past that we can't bow to crazy people constantly scream everyone's GonNa die they have controlled the debate for too long. Everybody's not going to die well, just up the road from Santa, Clara County is lovely San Francisco. We mentioned this earlier in the hour it appears we now have a piece of audio from the story. A man was caught on camera brazenly stealing a mattress from a San Francisco Walmart. It's actually a walgreens during a news report about rampant shoplifting at that same location looks like inside. Edition was doing a story on this. We mentioned the other day that Walgreens was closing another one of its locations in San Francisco due to rampant shoplifting. Here's Jim Moret from inside edition empty shelves at this Walgreens Drugstore, and it's not because pandemic related panic shopping. Now, the store is closing due to what local reports are calling a spree of rampant shoplifting and look at this just fifteen. Minutes after an inside edition crew showed up at the drugstore. We found this guy jumping over the front counter taking an air bed and leaving the store on his scooter. No questions asked, no one's stopping him. The drugstore is the third walgreens to close in San Francisco this year, and there's real concern that the people who live there are losing an important resource for the neighborhood all. The seniors that live around here in all these buildings now have nowhere to go to get their medicines, take my bed, you buy food and milk and Jews former NYPD Lieutenant Darren Porter says the store employees should not be faulted for not physically stopping this shoplifting. It's best for those employees to deal with the situation in a safe and sound way as opposed to putting themselves at risk. Of Work now. When asked by the San Francisco Chronicle earlier this month a clerk was asked where's all the products on the shelves? What the clerk said go ask the people the alleys they haven't all. Yeah. They stole everything on the shelf and finally. A walgreens officials walked in and said, we might as well close. Because the police don't show up. The mayor and the City Council refused to enforce the law. The police won't enforce the law if you have a business, what would you do and now? Those people are out of work. But they're safe. Aren't they? I I am so. Just, flabbergasted by the response of everyone to just stand there and watch. Cities. Get. destroyed. I it just it's just I never would have expected that everybody join hands and just. Watch and don't forget prop forty seven because it actually says in this Daily Mail Story California law states that the theft of goods valued less than nine hundred and fifty dollars treated of nonviolent misdemeanor maximum sentence for petty theft six months in county. Jail I. think that's why the cops don't show up. They've got no enforcement mechanism, right? That's why you need to pass prop twenty. Yes. Twenty help. Yes. On Twenty we'll roll back some of that stuff. Going to Santa Clara County where we mentioned some of the tighter restrictions in the state exist despite incredibly low death numbers it's a county about two million people comparable to say Orange County or so and. I'm going to bring up a guest on the next took out a full page ad objecting to all that coming up. John and Ken show John John, Kobylt Ken Chiampou. Kfi Am six, forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Right. Everything's in place. For next hour we will have the voice line people entering the show and we will throw a hack in the dumpster. We'll get a chance to play a couple more debate clips from. Last night's trump versus biden. TV extravagant which I heard the numbers were down. From the first debate, the number of viewers and the overall number of viewers from four years ago down. The is not really there isn't media is trying to make it sound like well by now if you had fifty million people vote, they're not gonNA watch it other debate they've already voted. So We're going to talk to, Al? About. Lawsuits being filed against Santa Clara County. which has been one of the most locked down counties in lockdown state. Archive Story. From earlier, this year was dated March twenty six that there were projections in Santa Clara County that two thousand to sixteen thousand people could die from the corona virus by end of May. They've only had about three hundred and sixty eight deaths to date. So, this was another one of these unbelievable over the top dire and desperate. Health Projections. But if you start with that, you could imagine how restrictive that the government in Santa Clara County must be with those kinds of crazy predictions out there and that did eventually to the lawsuit that John's talking about yeah. We mentioned before a California as of yesterday is forty third in the nation when it comes to daily new cases per one hundred thousand. So the case rate is forty third forty, two states have a higher rate than we do. We have a light grown virus situation California and we have for some time and yet we're one of the more restricted states in the country. Things are really out of whack there is a group of scientists at Stanford. Part of a larger. Collection and they created something called the Great Barrington Declaration. And they are. Saying that schools and businesses should be reopened. And you protect the elderly, the sick who are vulnerable, and this is creating a climate now where people feel emboldened to file lawsuits and there's now a lawsuit against Gavin newsom. Yes. American liberty filed this it's tendon versus. newsome. The plaintiffs are a collection of people. The first name is Rod, Tash. Handan and it is against Gavin newsom and Santa Clara County Executive Jeffrey Smith challenging unconstitutional relax restrictions on religious and political gatherings and we're GONNA have a spokeswoman Paulette. She's a former Cisco Systems Vice President and philanthropist and she. Published a full page ad criticizing Santa Clara County's slow reopening. Let's get all lead on your. Polite. How are you? Oh at you there. Yes. Can you give me? Yes, I can hear you now. Thanks for coming on with us. Thanks for having me. Your part of this lawsuit you're connected to it. Well. I'm not a plaintiff. I'm just a part of the community that's backing it because we really feel very strongly about what's going on here I. I've I've been in high tech, all my life I never expected to be you know wallowing on. Issue but the official response to the pandemic in California has been actively outrageous and we citizen the need to fight back. So I'm involved at that level. I'm one of the people supporting you. Why do you think? were. So Lockdown I. Just mentioned that our our case rate is forty third in the nation per one hundred, thousand people what is motivating the governments to be so strict. Well, you know I think it started as panic. But I think it's it's devolved into something that I think is much more troubling. I I I'm an immigrant and I never expected to be living in the US and what is actually one can only call it a an authoritarian dictatorship. But that's what we have right now and I think the problem is that people in Impala have gotten the taste of what? I can only Paul actually power and they don't want to relinquish. Because there's no way that based on the data based on. April. Didn't understand things as well as we do now on March when we first lockdown. Although even then. All pandemic guidelines from the World Health Organization from the CDC. They absolutely did not recommend lockdowns they were. There was nothing about lockdown finish. It was mainly supposed to be voluntary and we instead we followed China like lemmings into this authoritarian state of handling things and now people are not willing to let go. And why do you think everyone are so many people have been so compliant in going along. With all the lockdowns and the restrictions most people are not resisting. Yes mostly if not office thing and I think there's a two problems. Yeah. On the one hand media has been extremely irresponsible in fomenting panic. This is the first time. We've ever seen the national media after the intent on frightening people and presenting data in the most alarmist way. Possible. That's The second problem is that the people who have megaphones, the people who have you know the Pala and the insurance on knocked the people who are being affected. By the LOCKDOWNS WHOPPI sees the professional class sitting for. Dumb and happy as it's where they fully paid. They you the government bureaucrats getting paid pensions benefits. So a lot of professionals and what. So what so immoral about this is package the? Vulnerable Quad getting accidentally hammered. Schools closing is, of course a hard on everybody, but it's the low income and working families. Why hit the worst by school chosing? The same thing but small business impacts of smaller and less capitalize businesses the worst off it has been in this pandemic and If you look at, you know racial inequality if the black lots of the articles have been published about how black and Hispanic businesses I've been the hottest and unemployment you know to low income. So Lucas in the hospitality industry and oral service what those who have been the essential workers who have been Out there working all the time on professional to that home or else they have they have been forced into unemployment and poverty. Where a scary situation because people have lost their right to earn a living, their kids have lost their right to go to school people have lost their right to worship in a church people are out of money. There's GonNa be a big food line to support the Disney workers tomorrow and and this is because of a health emergency that statistically objectively is not an emergency anymore, we're forty third in the nation. and. It seems like this violates something. It violates a lot and I would say that so far the costs I mean in kind of me I would say every branch of government has failed. Know the governor has taken over these authoritarian policies, the legislatures rolling over, we see the same thing at the county level. Offices are operating as dictators and the county supervisors are rolling over and the California state courts have done actually nothing So so father federal courts have done very little but there's beginning to be as I'm sure you've seen a lawsuit being brought in other states as well. to stop to off the court to rethink this that are seven months. Into this actually, we're month eight. Now, they really has to be a rebalancing. They has to be a challenging of these government restrictions on every single aspect of our lives. You know from the right to get with our families to the right to Unin living the right to send their children to school. There's no aspect of that's happening been taken over by. Scary, it's all under the the oversight of the governor. If he declares a health emergency, we all have to obey well, what happens when there isn't a health emergency anymore when maybe there never was this kind of health emergency just because he declares one doesn't make it so and I just can't believe there isn't any kind of redress that that public has when you have a governor who his made up an emergency situation that just doesn't exist. That's exactly right and they already three types of redress but so far you know we haven't gotten very far with any of them. Of course, there's the legislature India emergency but unfortunately, what you see a one party state like California legislators perfectly happy to take no accountability ownership. So they are basically rolling over and letting us some do whatever he wants. then. You have the costs who so faa as we saw with the with the State Supreme Court dismissing the schools, the state schools case, and if I remember Right Orange County the board of Education and was one of the one of the things that they're the courts have been dismissing all the challenges, and then of course, finally you have you know we the people and that's I suppose ongoing it takes way too long which is the the efforts to recalled newsom. Really, the courts are going to have to step up. And I. It's really posh time for them to do. So my sense is that the cost in California and actually last call. Without one five state, the costs seem to have decided that they have no function anymore. So I think we're GONNA have to to the federal costs and hope that they beginning to wake up. Little saying about the constitution may not but not. So they've been is the the the cost of the contribution math. It's time that they woke up. So I pull that thank you for coming on. We appreciate it. Thank you for having me. Paul at Altmeyer, a former CISCO systems vice president philanthropist she took out a full-page newspaper ad back in May criticizing Santa Clara County for the restrictions again. Repeat they were projecting up to sixteen thousand deaths in that county by May as of today three, hundred, Eighty, eight. So. Now, they're gonNA argue well, you see it worked. If we keep going, we can get two zero. We'll never have another death John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken. Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere the iheartradio APP. We'll have more onerous lockdown restrictions killing the economy it will come up in the. Five o'clock hour. Now. We. Hinted at this earlier in the show and yesterday we're GonNa play now for you because we love. To get. Material from the audience which reveals the real truths going on. This is a youtube video of a couple of LAPD officers talking to a resident of Venice right there at the beach recently. And of course, this is a man concerned with what the vagrants are doing to his neighborhood. and. He's talking to these officers about what they can and cannot do. Now. They not only pixelated the faces in this video. They also altered the voices obviously to protect the police officers who they don't want a dent defied. We're GONNA play. It's a little hard to understand but I think you'll follow the gist of the conversation and if you listen carefully the name Mike Bonded is dropped in here because the resident keeps wanting to know. WHO's telling you to stand down? Where are these orders coming from that? You can't do something about it I think it's a guy who's got like an open grill could turn a big fire one of those situations. So. Let's play this audio and listen to long term. On. So. This. Neighborhood. All those songs almost grow this on. Your. Was it your. Vo- vigorous cut are in half. In NATO's Mafia. Those. Throws. so that does von Illegal Cooking Grill Nano registered you're slaughtered. On, what they want to read not. Good it'd be it'd be running into follows. Dollars. Salt of the look. For one off. To. Be. Doing your. Job. Said needed more business on political situations in certain Gluten feeders author. It's not sixty, three, forty, four, you can. LOSE THREE FORTY FOUR Blood that Mark Bonding has said that, hey, look you can do inside and this week, but that's not only malone. Over to push them over here with God you know what? Not on colder you don't want that. Were throughout the Remote, won't. Ostensibly, no reduce trust me. Tune but there's only so much. We can do honestly all look come over and silent. GotTa get. down. To. Did it. Thank you so. Don't want. that. Don't. Walsum. going. Back. From A. Look I want half go to the beach own routes. Forced to saying blue belong covert all offer shoulder through. Three weeks through. For. Twelve of your monitored room. Nothing good. Pro. One unit out there the entire beach heard that part at the end but you heard Mike Bonds namedrop. Yeah. That basically they've been told to stand back stand down. Yeah. This is this is Mike Bond and destroying Venice Beach Garcetti destroying Venice beach. They give direct orders to the police chief who follows the orders down the chain and they take these officers off their posts they. They have half the units working there and these guys are not allowed to do anything nothing that'll change the situation and I it it is. It is so disgusting it is so absurd how they have elevated the rights of these vagrants over the rights of all the taxpayers, all the citizens, all the people who pay the bills. I. In the end game here, I don't either I. Don't I don't understand what anybody's getting out of this. Other than the destruction of a beautiful area. and. This is going on all up and down the west coast don't understand why. All the political leaders are actively allowing practically encouraging the destruction, a beautiful city San Francisco Portland for other reasons a Seattle what what is this? When we come back and is standing in and watching them do it why? The Sacramento Bee is done another one of these thought we ban them didn't we we did this other one of the. We'll give them a ten minute reinstatement the California Exodus Stories, the story of more people who've decided that a combination of the homeless liberal politics, high cost of living there telling the paper why they are leaving the state more coming up. John and Ken show John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP over God is still there Kfi am six, forty dot. com. Get to the John and Ken Page Click and you'll get our recommendations for orders on all twelve state propositions. I. If you racists we weigh in on. We'll bring the moist line people in next hour along with hacking a dumpster at about one hour. Now the Sacramento Bee as John mentioned before they were banned from the show. Because they were another one of these news media outlets that was going to change the language in the way they deal with the. Issues. Anyway they. Ran, what are these stories about the people leaving the State of California? It's another story about the California Exodus. Hundreds of thousands of Californians lay have left the state in the last few years last year alone nearly two hundred, thousand more people left the state that moved in now in a state of forty million people that doesn't seem like much. But you gotta understand a lot of other states have a lot less populations. That's a lot of people and that net out migration reveals a trend that we've talked about for many years. The State's population has been inching up slowly did immigration legal and illegal, but as far as state the states concerned most people are headed out of here losing American citizens what we're losing. Yes. So. They talked to a few of them including a woman by the name of Stephanie. Stephanie Laborde. Twenty one years in Sacramento she's headed to Houston. A teaching at a French culinary school. She says that Sacramento's gotten too busy to dirty and she's distressed seeing homeless people daily on her trip to and from work downtown. She wants to do something else with her life. This is not the scene she wants to see anymore a number of other people interviewed said that their politics because they are more conservative as just become. Too many people angry. They feel like they're going to get into a fight every time they speak one guy says in California if you express your beliefs, you can outright being attacked a woman named, Corey. Vehicles. She's an attorney. She has a child with down syndrome and online on facebook. She thanked President Trump for highlighting syndrome awareness month. And she got all kinds of harsh criticism of her and trump. Online. Instead of instead of support. Now, this is facebook were supposedly you're connecting with your friends and acquaintances. And all the antitrust lunatics that she knew started ripping her. Because she thanked him. For Down Syndrome awareness month. That's a that's some dark souls out there. That's another stuff like that. You could never imagine, right And people are willing to do it publicly and their name and their photo. All right next to their comet. That's something. They trotted out good. Old Laurie Levenson I'm sorry the daughter Jessica Levinson law professor political commentator. At Loyola law school who kind of laments this because we need the diversity The state needs variety of Voices in public policy, we know from every study that diversity of viewpoints leads to better Paulo's policy outcomes. Really Oh. There you go. The pitch for diverse how many Republicans as Jessica Levinson voted for in the last ten years. Other, other people should vote Republican she's not going to. Create the diversity Shantz Plame and trump the elephant in the room is that president trump is apparently change was acceptable to say he's opened the floodgates for varietal conversation. I love that you're not in control of what you say and right As a guy, three, thousand miles away. Who makes you say something awful. Really. People don't have their own autonomy and independence right? People only say that because because trump started they said. You talking about. The things you say out loud. That's based on what who the president is. And what they say where'd you get that from? That's absurd. She's supposed to be a smart woman that's a dumb thing to say. It's a really dumb thing to say. There's the usual stories about the two big states people like to go to. Texas and Idaho. In fact, they talked Marie Ballyhoo, we've had on the show she's got that moved to Texas from California facebook group. Twenty one thousand members, and it's supposed to be for people who are exploring moving to Texas to get some answers as to what they might expect and those woman Rebecca van. camp. Who's got the relocate to eight, which is Idaho's main area code and the popular facebook group is bailing to Boise. Same thing they're seeing a lot of Californians they feel like when they come here they've escaped something. She says, Heart Typical Clientele are conservatives seeking a conservative state. I don't understand somebody's got to explain this to me. Why is it political? To not want. Violent crazy vagrants defecating shooting drugs. And waving weapons in screaming and public. How is that a political? Viewpoint. Because you're not being sympathetic. You're being harsh. Are they are they? You're being judgmental? You lack understanding empathy seriously they don't WanNa hear all vote. You're describing the behaviors off stick to the generic argument, but there was there was never a time in our wise three. So there was never a time in our life where there was any constituency for that kind of behavior there was never a time that was a political issue. and and and their embrace or their tolerance for this has made everyone's life worse. I don't under- I don't understand why don't they want. To have like safe a safe clean environment. I mean these crazy people occasionally kill. The terrifying. and. And that that the health situation. And the drugs I mean, it's just miserable. It's depressing. It's awful. No human being enjoy seeing that. Everybody is upset by it. So how did that become some political divide? It. Doesn't make any sense at all none. When we come back, we'll check in with the California's favorite government agency these days the Employment Development Department responsible for handling at California's unemployment benefits and. David that they have frozen hundreds of thousands of the debit cards because they're worried about fraud that more coming. This is great. I just found a story. That the coronavirus. Has increased support. For an active government role in society, the support is increased by over forty percent. Fifteen hundred adults were polled. They want more government involvement in their lives. More government benefits. Or is that being more government restrictions? Government restrictions and government benefits. Government intervention. Yeah. Well, they want. They want universal health, insurance and Gary employer guaranteed sick leave and unemployment benefits and training programs and tax credits and Family. Leave a universal basic income. Jeez. What up bunch of week silly little babies for going socialist. I'm wondering puppies very scared. I need a parent I need a month chatting to take care of me. Right Trust. Our government. Is Run by absolute boobs they want the least intelligent in our society to govern them. And to interfere in their lives even further. The Employment Development Department, which is responsible for mostly not paying out unemployment benefits but then paying it out to people who are fraudsters. said that they have frozen three hundred and fifty thousand debit cards. Because the suspicious activity including a high number of claims at a single address. I guess that might be a tip off king. Kick, net. For people who want more government do you realize that this unemployment department has government and they're doing what people want right more unemployment payments out but they are so incompetent they are so absurdly overwhelmingly incompetent that. They had to freeze three, hundred, fifty, thousand debit cards. That is a staggering amount of fraud. If that's that is to be that is I. It's as if they had a window where you could drive up and they would just hand you thousands of dollars the matter who you are. I mean, they just set millions of dollars on fire. Giving it to all the criminals in the world people must have been driving in from all over. I if they had to drive in. Right. You have to have it sent to an address somewhere yeah. You'd have you'd have to have at least a probably a California dress. Here's a great example. A USC. Football player by the name of Meaux near McLean. Back in the spring thought well. Since The. Student and football player he apparently had earned some income reselling high end sneakers. He decided that he was eligible. Where do you get the sneakers from? It's it's a very serious reselling high end sneakers. Yeah. Up to a thousand dollars pair. Wow. So, he filed for the pandemic unemployment assistance. which is a minimum benefit of seven, hundred, sixty, seven dollars per week. Months later, of course, state accepted his claim and he pocketed the money. He was going to invest in a new apparel brand. He started with some of his brothers and sisters called bean free. But apparently, they caught up to them in the school has suspended him. Is has there been a scandal in the last three years that USC has not been a part of of. Between sex-abuse said and and missions at initial. Yeah. The EH remember the dean of their medical college was found in a motel. Yes shooting up drugs. They. They apparently have interviewed a number of. Students football players. not only about McLean but about other suspicious things. USC claims who are cooperating with authorities. They have a whole department of cooperation over Sake to deal with all investigations. He's been suspended from the school, how many people are employed Answering investigations the NC double A. Does Not bar athletes from earning income either from outside business or through self-employment. As long as permission granted. Yeah and they don't put their name, their image of their likeness to. Where do you? Where do you get these high end sneakers because you have to have some some income originally to buy them and where do you buy them? WHO's selling them to you? I'm sure another find businessmen as a collection probably, right they're out on the sidewalk in front of his house I wonder what the final toll is going to be if they ever figure out how much fraud was perpetrated on the Employment Development Department during this pandemic. Are they even going to try to find out? Would they even tell us. Well, they issued four point, six, million debit cards since the start of the pandemic hundred and five billion dollars has been paid out. That's roughly twenty, two, thousand, eight, hundred dollars per card. Think about that. Okay. So we got three hundred and fifty thousand frozen multiply that by twenty, two thousand. How many millions that the three hundred fifty thousand frozen cards represents more than seven point nine, billion benefits a billion excuse me I didn't do my math properly billion billion almost if. That's not necessarily all fraud but. But they have to be suspicious right it. There's there's red flags and every one of those cards must be some serious red flag because there's there's millions of cards that they're not freezing. I when we come back, we'll take a but little what I think we should have more government in our lives. It's what you got from that poll you read more benefits. Somebody to Tuck me in at night because I'd feel scared I'm feeling scared invulnerable and I need a government official to Tuck me in. And Sing a Lullaby to me. Last night. Trump Biden debate should we fact check it? I tell you. If this was World War Two time, we'd all be speaking German no way. We would have beaten Hitler. If this sign generation come to John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six, forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Let's the exciting five o'clock Friday our you ready John. Yeah. We got the. Deploy slide people. Lined up and ready to start spouting. We have brought back Svetlana and the mob members we are going to throw somebody in the dumpster and her merry band of drunken Ukrainians in some of these Ukrainians did deals with under Biden by the way. I didn't know that shift mob member. That's that's how they got their visas to come to this country. Oh mean the big guy helped. Yeah. The big guy that's right. They the big guy 'cause well I. I. You know it was a few years ago. Right I think I think. Biden's vice-president when we start throwing hacks in a dumpster. Yeah I think he was yes these Ukraine is right. These Ukrainian emigrants that that do the the dumping of the hack they came in after it things were greased. Else can help like the Serbs that we have. Turned Spotty Guards and the. Polish legal immigrants. French who loved trump and The fill all be here in about a half an hour we'll be throwing a hack in the dumpster. It comes out of this week's devastating announcement that the theme parks could reopen under unbelievable restrictions that they can't meet until probably at least next summer. Meanwhile. You've seen the economic predictions it lonely be worse. We'll get to all of that. We'll start though with last night's debate. They did get to the topic of immigration. And I love the way the raiders say well, at least this debate without interruptions, you can see the stark contrast in positions between the two candidates. This one is certainly a good example of that. Biden, we're going to play clips seven. I does want to bring back what Obama was not successful at, which is an amnesty bill. Remember comprehensive immigration reform. Mama had control of the House of Representatives in the Senate for the first four years, he focused everything on obamacare. Much, to the anger of the illegal immigrant. Because by the time, he got around to them. He no longer control both houses of the legislature and he couldn't get them amnesty, and now all these illegal immigrants are eleven years older. And they still don't have amnesty. The dreamers, the dream remember it's daca trumpet said this last night too because I was watching the bay but it came to this part I said, don't forget to mention docker started under this administration. That's what led to the surge at the border. That's what led to the children. The children that everyone's complaining about have been separated from their parents that we can't find some of the parents they spent so much time isn't it frustrating when you're sitting there? And I'm sitting there and we could make an argument ten times better for trump than he's making. Yeah that is all over the place. That's it in a nutshell doc led to all this. Yes there was, and then the other half of this is why are the parents responsible for finding their own kits? Well, why let the parents off the hook for trying to make a dangerous immigration move into the US, and then again, the half of that is. Trump did bring up. Are they necessarily the parents? People were bar with kids to get across the there were a lot of fake parents as they found out. There were a lot of parents who basically sold their kid to coyotes to strangers because then it would allow these men to get across the border easier by claiming while I, have a child. And now you have a family situation. So we don't know that all these kids actually lost their parents because you would think by now the parents would have turned up at some immigration office and just giving up the ghost, right? Wouldn't you do that? First of all there's not one of you don't care how sympathetic you are. Now one of you would take your kids to a foreign country, a two thousand mile journey pay money over to coyotes risk, getting a raped and beaten and abused, take your you take your children. On on that kind of trip. And then after you get separated which you should have known. was good possibility because trump made it clear that he was cracking down on all this. Now you're separated. It's been several years. You haven't gone to immigration office yet. To say, here's my name. Here's my kid's names. They had the names of all the children right there. Surely, we're taking care of them every day. You know you could do DNA matches fairly quickly. Where are where are the parents volunteering to say hey, I want my kid here's who I am. I. Understand. You're going to deport all this, but it's better obviously that we reunite. Nobody holds the parents responsible for these predicaments. It's fascinating even though none of us would ever in a billionaire I don't care some people go but they're so desperate it's like there is no way you would do this. No matter how desperate you are no way you do this. So here is. Joe Biden, making it clear. What he's GonNa do about illegal immigration and the fact is I've made it very clear. Well, within one hundred days, I'm going to send to the United States Congress a pathway to citizenship for over eleven million undocumented people, and all of those so-called dreamers those Daca kids they're going to be immediately certified again to be able to stay in this country and put on a path to citizenship. We go. So he's GonNa try once again for. Easter here that crap every day. About five years ago every day path to citizenship comprehensive immigration reform Blah Blah Blah and then trump comes in he's built several hundred miles of of the wall he hired Mexico to enforce our laws basically we're now we're now Mexico is using their law enforcement to stop. Immigrants from coming over the southern Mexican border from Central America and it's worked out. Are. Illegal immigration at the Mexican. Border is down to almost nothing. So he did exactly what he said he would do he didn't hurt anybody. And and it didn't cost US anything. Mexico actually is paying for it. Maybe they didn't pay for the wall they paid something better they paid for something better they're using their own. Law Enforcement or military, and they're guarding their own border to keep them from getting here. That's a great deal, and here now we're suddenly thrown back into two thousand and eight Oh path to citizenship comprehensive immigration. I don't WanNa hear that crap again that sound. So old and dated we fixed trump fixed the problem just keep doing what he's doing. If you give out an amnesty to eleven million illegal immigrants, you're GonNa get at least eleven more coming through the border. Remember we were told them all learned that there's no way to stop them. They're going to keep coming desperate people find a way. No, they don't know when it got back. You shut the door. What did they? What did they do at the border for Amnesty? They literally shut the door of the amnesty office. They shut the back door. You can't get into the office and they say, don't call us. We'll call you and the asylum office the assume the SILOM. Oh. What did I say you called it and the same thing? Asylum offices the amnesty office. But the, but the close the door and they don't answer people banging on the door as I want I want to silom. We'll get to you. Now. The one that's actually getting the most talked today it seems like came during the climate change. Discussion. Where trump got biden to pretty much say he was gonNA phase out the oil industry. Some of Biden's aides tried to walk back those comments today here is clip number ten where they're well, they're wrestling over this one. Closed in Linda's fall, would you close down the? Transition From Oil Minister Yes oh transition. It is a big statement because I would stop. Why would you do that because the oil industry pollutes significantly here's the deal but that's bad. If you let me finish the statement because it has to be replaced by renewable energy over time over time and I'd stop giving to the oil industry I'd stop giving them federal subsidies. He won't give federal subsidies to the gas and shoot me to the to solar and wind. Why we give it to oil industry we actually do to solar wind we. The biggest statement in terms of business that's the biggest because basically what he's saying is. Roy I wish the moderate. There will you remember that Texas we remember that Pennsylvania Vice President by let me give you ten seconds to. Everybody. Agreed that was one of the biggest moments in the debate where we're Biden said definitively, he was GonNa shut down the oil and gas industry. Over time, he's going to shut it down trump called him on it biden admitted it, and this lady is getting in the way. Well, let's get back to my question back to my question. No, no, no the along this oil and gas industry that is ten million jobs, and that's eight percent of the US economy and Biden said he's GonNa shut it down and trump wanted to make sure you heard it right and try and Biden was pretty clear on that and then she's getting in the way interrupting everybody it's like, no no, let this go. Now you've got something good here we're learning something. And then Biden lies he kept he kept saying that he never. Ever said that he was GonNa shut shut down all the fracking. Play flip. This is that we got another clip from from the Bernie Sanders Joe Biden debate from earlier this year. President clarify would there be any place for fossil fuels including coal and fracking in a Biden administration. No we we work it out. We would make sure it's eliminated and no more subsidies for either. One of the right steps not he said clearly no, there's no room for oil. There's no room for fracking. There's no room for fossil fuels. He's made it clear now. There there is no way to transition to solar and wind. We had Bjorn Lomborg on recently and he's an environmental expert a believer in climate. Change. With the Copenhagen consensus his groupies is also it's Stanford as well. And Bjorn said the amount of storage capacity we have battery storage capacity for wind and solar power. Would power the United States for fourteen seconds. There's virtually no capacity invented yet to store electricity made from wind and solar. Fourteen seconds worth is all we've created. So, this is not a matter of having two different opinions. This is a matter of reality and fiction fantasy. There's no way to transition to solar and wind. Everyone will simply we'll all go dark. Soon, as the sun sets a soon as the wind stops and much of the country doesn't get that much sun. Unless there's incredible technological changes with battery storage able to do, which realistically is not happening in our GonNa Happen Our lifetime. John, and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou. Kfi Am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio. APP. Is All ready to go with Fed Lana. We're ready to put a hacker the dumpster in just about ten minutes from now but before we get to that. We want to bring the Mois Line people onto the show they show up just about every Friday around this time if you WANNA leave a message It's one, eight, seven, seven, Moist eighty-six. John. We're so excited to hear from you. It's about time. Post that photo of me today and I hate hate. It drives me insane. Like. Me I'm a dog, not a big deal, but you got the right. Every time we go on walks a car. Trucks and man I think about it every time I need by just GonNa shop in front of one of them one time. To, do a one day if it doesn't change. This sky. Tuban. I think everybody that observed that. They felt that really came up short. Received three ballot so far in the mail I always vote absentee. So I got Nazi absentee ballot and I got two more. And I've voted all three of them. John and Ken under amazing that we're going to have mail in ballots with no problem because. The unemployment checks going out have been no problems whatsoever. Good luck everybody. God bless. America. Listening to Governor Right. Now, and you know he's getting some kind of the coronavirus update. I wonder if this guy ever taken a public speaking class like. Public speaking one on one when he was in college or university. That man's Tatum's in speaking is just atrocious. I don't know how we got where he's at right now. If you care about the environment. Then you should really get a day device for your toilet. They cost less than a hundred dollars. You're not using toilet paper that clogged toilet. Save you money on your plumbing system as well as you have to flush the toilet only want days or four five times like those stupid water savored toilet. Where does Bill Gates go to medical school? When did he become a doctor? Much. Less corologis much less than epidemiologists logist, much less an infectious disease specialist. Why are we listening to this guy allow? Is this thing on allow? Let me get this straight. You got a small minority of people who either have so much money. that. They don't have to worry about a paycheck or are getting paycheck. Telling the vast majority of people who don't have enough money that need a paycheck. That they can't work so they can't get a paycheck. And we're all going along with this wake up America. Johnny Cana heard you guys talking about the laid off workers? All here's another category of people that are suffering people that work in small local businesses in Anaheim I worked at a restaurant in Anaheim. I can't even work I would listen ten week. It's so slow and now comes to the point where I'm making more money in my hourly wage than tips. That's ridiculous. Case Manager. He said that the only thing bringing money into Anaheim and the only thing keeping Anaheim's economy alive is the prostitute. And what have you something educational? GotTa, go back and listen to the Kennedy. Nixon debates from nineteen sixty cents find that the people that operated debates in those days. Were credible. Commentators as opposed to these idiots that are ducting these debates today. Hey John and Ken I listen to you guys every day. You guys are great. I had this realization today though you are Libertarians. So I think it should go with it because that would be great. Yeah just let. The two of you talk about these over years used words. That make these people sound like idiots. One. That was not mentioned. And it's really sad what's happened to the English language? Is So when somebody asks the questions that drives me. I. Everything it's been done. Hey. Governor. newsome's wife is a filmmaker. And she hasn't received a contract to make any films for Walt Disney Studios. But the minute she gets a contract to make a film. For Walt. Disney Studios Disneyland will be opened again. Thank you for leaving your message. Please hang out. Guys Anchor. I heard it. Come in I expected to hear. happened. something. You're owning probably that whole call guide got bleeped out so. So welcome back to the show and Jobs for the technical. please. Stand by one of our moist line wack jobs dropped the big F bomb in the middle of a rant. Yes and apparently was not edited out with the appropriate. At you missed that one. Pretty good. A more and more calls when we come back though we gotta throw somebody that dumpster it's been a while that dumpster a smelly. It needs a body. Yeah. We'll tell you coming up. It's time for John. To. Throw. In a dumpster. Wild John and Ken show John Kobylt. and. Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Yeah. It's been a while. If you're not familiar with Hackett a dumpster, we've got this out if Ukraine where the Biden's were everything's Zada Ukraine. Years ago. We saw video of some angry Ukrainians throwing a politician of member of parliament right into the dumpster suitcase at all. You got out, they throw them back in and poured water on them. They were mad because they thought he was to pro Russian. So we we hired these. Ukrainians. We got visas through connections with under Biden Joe by Vice President at the time, and they are now in this country legally with visas they drink a lot but every few weeks they grab some political or celebrity miscreant and they get tossed into the dumpster known as a hack a hack they've been joined over the years by various other immigrant groups including Turkish bodyguards who well they're known for being rough if anybody gets too close to the Turkish president trump loving Serbs, we have trump loving French. Yes, we. Immigrants from Poland. Who helped build trump tower so might variety of eastern Europeans largely mostly it is. So he by way of explaining who's going in the dumpster today let me give you a few hints I'll start with very broad one. The Guy Apparently has been identified have looked at the press release as a Democrat. Before, he got the position, he's in now to what his position was but. He was the director of Health and social impact for the Los Angeles County Health. Department. Title Director of Health, and social impact social impact million of those fake jobs don't they. and. To let you know exactly why we're being treated like children he was he is a practicing pediatrician. Yeah that explains everything he is now secretary of the California Health and Human Services Agency from South Pasadena meet the hack for this week's dumpster. That is mark. Galli. Dr Mark Kelly, and the reason we've had enough him this week 'cause we've already thrown Barbara Ferrer and how many times. She she has. She has her own tent inside the dumpster. He led the announcement that Oh, and by the way, do you want to know how much she's paid? Two, hundred, nine, thousand, nine, hundred and forty three dollars, Mike. God. But he's got degrees from Harvard. Yeah. Any and his dopey wife is one of the chief public health officials in La Count La. County are they still married? Somebody told me they weren't. Oh see I don't know he was from. Pasadena. So but two of them. The two of them are are these scolding. buffoons who well, they just have like two words in there in the vocabulary shot and down. Let's say so the announcement came this week, which was really hard to believe that they give out the guidelines for reopening the theme parks and for the large ones such as Disneyland, you heard today the report on the economic impact of the Disneyland Shutdown. Basically, means it probably to get close until next summer at the earliest. We should probably read that press release about the food distribution tomorrow's as to give those people a heads up. Oh, yeah. We'll. We'll do that. If you're Atta work at Disney employees listen in a couple of minutes we'll tell you where you can get a box of food right tomorrow morning situation. Is that the county has to move to the lowest tier, which is yellow. Now, right now, orange county's to tears away from that and with this new health metric this equity metric. Nobody knows you have to be able to get down to yellow. You have to have the proper number of ethnic and racial minorities infected or Disneyland never gets to open. There cannot be a racial or ethnic or economic imbalance those infected with the virus on top of that. They're gonNA limit attendance on top of that the people that come have to live within one hundred and twenty miles of the park. So the least or just a shortlist of take more restrictions and they will same guy. Dr Mark Galli will tell you that masks work. Social distancing works, hand washing works. So also tell you that you're unlikely to get it walking outdoors. Because of the sun in the wind. So most of this land is outdoors. Why can't you wear a mask keep your social distancing, wash your hands and enjoy the sun and the wind. And enjoy Disneyland. So AB DR MR Social. Impact. Here he is earlier this week talking about these guidelines in terms of the concern about not reaching yellow today for example, San Francisco. County a large California County, very visible. One lots of You know different types of communities and neighborhoods. This is today reach the yellow tear. Benefited by the health equity metric on any of the other large towns with large parts could also benefit from the same. It now. Scape. Yellow and Creating. Goodwill require. Vigilance will require. Out. Of. That dumpster. Big. talker. while. A Doctor Mark. Thousands. With these same. Medical. Information on tomorrow distribution for Disney Disneyland employees, the cast members will do the moist line coming up. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken. Chiampou. Kfi Am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. One thing to California governor does well, as we know was keep people out of work. So for those of you who are a Disneyland cast members. Employees. There is a special food distribution going on morrow. It's a drive through food box pickup for Disneyland RESORT CAST? Members. From ten to one and the place is the main place Christian fellowship at Thirteen Ten east. Lincoln. Avenue in Orange that's tomorrow you can find this link. If you were driving or want to pick up on it later at Kfi am six, forty, dot com, the John and Ken page ahead to one you might want to get there early. It's only till the food last the boxes but a terrible indictment of the idiocy of our governor is now we're GonNa have thousands of people showing up for a free box of food because he he unfairly puts them at a work. Let's finish it up with more of the moist line people at hope this time if anybody. Puts out a expletive deleted. One, eight, seven, seven, eighty-six. John and Ken. We're so excited to hear from you. It's about time former Disneyland employee here. Yeah. This is getting ridiculous with the governor and I'm going to leave it with I'm GonNa, leave it with the parks to decide. But personally I'm ready to sue the box to get them to reopen the resort I'm tired of this I want to get back to work I have to get back to work what Gavin Newsom is doing is petty it's ridiculous and I'm tired of it John and Ken I. Just WanNa say that I wouldn't listening to your prop twenty, two issue and John you're exactly right and. The unions, all they want is their PAC, money, their political action committee for money and I work in a union. We haven't gotten a raise for twelve years. We finally got a small tiny raise, not even equal to cost of living. You have got to reach out to the link chain. Campaign. Asked them for that picture that they sent out in their campaign mailer of Josh Newman and his new bear suit. You guys have got to share that picture with the world. So you guys know people use things like or you know or feel it's called a disfluencies for example. And next time you listen to somebody talk you should listen how many times they use the word and it's like and so like totally awesome People crack me up. I. Mean You know the best thing about a tree? What is done with it after it has been cut down. Simple as that. Another brutal murder at the metro, red line of course, it's not too brutal. Murder gets me upset is the fact that MTA time there's another brutal murder on the red line they put out a press release telling us how safe and wonderful writing the train is. Gavin newsom having a pet autre. that's a protected species. So I think by removing it from nature his father's fellate. Hanging you clowns don't mention knotsberry farm and then I see the commercials today on the idiot box. that. said that Universal Studios. Has Two hundred houses now and they're open for the Hunting From now until November first. So what's the difference with Disneyland? Knott's Berry farm and Universal Studios Eight John and Ken. I don't know how you can do it but somehow you should. Colin and go after Rick Jacobson Garcetti's cities. Entourage. It'd be the funniest thing if Sasha Cohen could do Borat in Bruno. Rick Jacobs and gone around kissing. Guys. Imagine what he must do to peppy Garcetti when he sees this tight little yoga pants. You for leading your message please hang up. Really. Did that did Cross my mind do you Rick Jacobs? GARCETTI's, Lips. Or does he just do it to people? He doesn't know that well. And I think part of the truth of that story is what when we talked to your Shara. Lee earlier this week journalists that. that. You know. The idea was our said he would laugh when Jacobs will do the idea that a man does to another man. It's just funny. Yeah. That's a double standard as he does it to a woman, it's an outrage and the person should be castigated but you know if yeah, that's right. If he was doing that to women Garcetti, probably would not have laughed. But forcing a kiss on another Guy Garcetti finds. Funny. Delve into that psychological. Yeah. I we got Tim Conway Hey no. Well at six o'clock we have DA special agents bother coming on with us He's GonNa talk about the prescription drug buyback day they're going to buy your prescription drugs back from you on October twenty four. Coming on that though expire don't you need them Well, I think it stuff that like you know you've had surgery a year ago. You didn't use all your pain meds whatever and they don't want to get the wrong hands I one of those. But you're you're gonNA have like you know like thirty junkies standing out there with cash going I'm going to give you more than they are. I Steve Gregory is coming on with us as well. It's six, thirty five. Then we also have a guy named mark saw I. Don't know if you remember him he played for he's a played for the Kansas city royals and the angels. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Right. Yeah, and we're going to talk to him about the about the world series. So he's got a cool guy. I'm not airing until tomorrow doubleheader tomorrow doubleheader on Sunday. Oh, they must be running old game then. Yeah they are, and and and by the way Friday nights not a great night to watch it anyway. You know it's better. Just listen to radio. Yeah. To. All right. All right dog with you to our allies weekend. Tell us. Tim Conway Coming Up Gina Grad has the news Kfi am six forty. It's a con job. The truth is if you're for the truth, you can't be for con. Tim Con way junior don't fall for the CON-. K. K. O. S. T. HD TWO LOS. Angeles. Orange County, flies everywhere on the iheartradio APP. A little flexibility can go a long way by refinancing your new or used auto loan with ten fed you can lower your monthly payments for more flexibility in your budget. 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Now everyone can do this if they opt to well, you might guess what they found out in their research. A lot of ballots have gone out in era from a number of categories. Let's get Karl on and talk about the detail Carl how are you? I'm doing well how you doing. We're good. Explained the study and explain who's getting the bad ballots and why are they bad one of the problems? That's right. So this all began a few years ago with a story you've been talking about for years and that's the city California's fatally flawed motor voter program. What the state did is they said everyone who goes in and gets a driver's license will be automatically registered to vote and they at the same time allowed illegal immigrants to get driver's licenses. They passed that bill in the same exact session of the legislature fast forward. Now, five years later about problem that program has been spotted for all sorts of problems on quality control people getting duplicate, and triplicate ballots, people getting unregistered reregistered in a different political party and even illegal immigrants reporting that they received ballots now. What Gavin Newsom does he took the entire voter file and said, we're GonNa mail everyone who's on the file about it even if they don't request about even if they haven't voted in years, they're all going to get ballots and The concern has banned that we would have people we seeming ballots at homes that don't belong to them, and So we did was we went out and we looked at two different ways to assess the nature of the problem I. We did A. Statewide poll of twelve hundred plus registered voters, and we asked them between October tenth and the thirteenth. Have you received any bad ballots at your home Did you get a duplicate back or triplicate about yourself did a dead person get a ballot? Did you get ballots for people who don't even live at your home and we got an amazing response just based on that survey a total of almost one out of ten households in the state of California one out of ten households. Have received ballots ballots that don't belong to them or ballots that do not correspond to the residents or the voters at that household some voters are getting multiple ballots double or triple get ballots for themselves. So ten percent and it breaks down about one percent are getting both ballots for the same person. about half a percent or getting ballots for dead people and about eight percent are getting ballots for the wrong person and in some cases, these are people who are family members that moved away long ago or ballots for people that they just don't know who the heck these people are. So when you have state that's mailing one out of ten households ballots that are not proper for the wrong people, you've got an election that is just simply open to fraud. The risk of fraud is now significant in the state of California and we didn't do that survey we also. Asked people to take pictures of the balance. 'cause you know the media likes to just ignore stuff like this, and so I said to people who got ballots take a picture of the ballots Senate into us as well as give us a testimonial and we have over two hundred people who've given US testimonials or willing to speak on record and we have you know about one hundred, eighty pictures of bad ballots that go along with the survey. So this is irrefutable proof that there's a problem with voting in California looking at some of the testimony quotes you have anthony from Jim you'll. THAT'S A. California as of this day, I have received ballots for eleven people who do not live at this address. Correct, we have a lady in Imperial County Tim who received nine ballots to an apartment building and she said none of these people are tenants and. some. She doesn't recognize and others are tenants that moved away long ago. Are Kept County by county and a of counties just don't. Write for for years and years. Correct well, and worse than that. With the motor-voter program there is no. Check on these ballots, and so we did receive you know two. Pictures of to ballots for illegal immigrants. Now, I wanna be very clear. He's illegal immigrants did not request the ballot. They did not know that they were registered somehow they did get registered in both cases they had received a driver's license in the last two years. And so we suspect it's the motor program but but what this shows is that The the risk of fraud is significant when you have a huge mass of ballots that are not tied to actual voters that are floating around in mailboxes at homes and apartment buildings where there's a communal mailbox or dropbox. At. Congregate care facilities where some of those people may have died or no longer be cognitively able to understand that they that this is an election that they have a vote and so with all these issues. It really demands better quality control and a full on audit of the voter rolls in the state of. So. We wanted to put the report out because we know that the politicians in California have already started this election and there's not much. We can do to stop the voter fraud so. If you. Let me make up a guy right. Let's say a guy, he says, Hey, I've got a balanced with eleven. Different. People who do not live at this address if he wants to he fill out all eleven and send them in and the registrar would have no way of knowing that they were all fraudulent. Correctly. What the registrar will say is, but we do have a signature verification well, yes and no The signature verification will change by an order of the Secretary of state last month secretary of state changed it so that now you have to have three not one but three separate election officials. But stipulate beyond a reasonable doubt that the signature does not match and so when you have an individual that says well, Kyle signature or you know maybe it looks like the signature it makes the the bar so low and that's assuming that the registered voters actually do check signatures burglar reports from around the state that they actually don't check signatures in some of the. I was I watched channel eleven last night up here in La and they had a report on the massive wirehouse at the fairgrounds that they've moved the vote counting center to. And I it's a gigantic space and there's just just hundreds of thousands of ballots boring it. You can see them all stacked up and sorted it out and I. Did there were that many employees I was Surprised and I'm thinking how while I was watching last night. I was thinking, how are they going to check the signatures and all these ballots? How could you possibly do that? Based on the number of bodies I saw there and there's thousands and thousands more coming in all the time. It just. Looking at it I thought no they. They came they checking them against a book or is there some digital signature thing they use? They have scanned copies of everyone's signatures In theory they've got scanned copies of people signatures that were used on their original application for a a a a the registration vote or with the Department of motor vehicles to their driver's license. However, however, we do here you know time and time again that the people who are reviewing the signatures just are looking to see if there is a signature period that's it just to see if there's a signature and so you know I want everyone who legally is supposed to vote to to actually be able to vote, and so the first thing I tell people is make sure you. Sign your absentee ballots on the front or else it doesn't count 'cause it has to have a signature. What most register voters are doing is they're just doing the dominicus check to see if a signature is on that signature block bursts is the full on review comparing the signature to the original signature I file because they're going to say one thing officially that we're going to inspected signature and you said it's supposed to be three people looking at it. Then what she said, well, when someone when someone finds a signature that they feel does not match then they set that ballot aside and then it has to be looked at by. At least two other people who have to then stiff you're stipulate under penalty of perjury beyond reasonable doubt that signature cannot possibly be the same signature and they are told that they're air on the side of counting the ballot. That's what the law in the say and the practice of an. Incredible time pressure because everybody's got want results counted and you're GonNa have billions of ballots, they'll just pass them. They'RE NOT GONNA they're not gonNA have three member committees formed now for every squiggle that doesn't surprised if they're told, you know what? If it's anywhere near close to get it through we got so much to go through here. Don't waste any time look at it signatures. Well what we are. That is what we are told Time and time again you're absolutely right. That is exactly what we're told. I can tell you there are some good registered voters offices and there are some really bad ones San Diego tends be good or at least the better of them though they still have problems la La dumpster fire. Okay. Let me just not sugarcoat it. It's a dumpster fire nothing in that registrar voters office can be trusted with. Partner well, remember what happened in March during the primary. Absolutely. Voted Mary. Hi Crow people if if people have bad ballots we are still asking people to take pictures and let us know about them They can go to reform California Dot Org to review the report but they also can click under the petition, their voter voter verification petition, Dot Org, and if they have a bad ballot, they can enter their information into that database. We'd like to get a copy picture of it and we also are advising people and how they can how they can return or destroy bad ballots properly so that they don't get out there and taken by other people. Called Demayo from Reform California thanks for coming on again. Thank you all right, and that's where you go reform. California Dot Org for more on this study and to send in your own proof of bad ballots were sent to your house. We've gotten emails from people. In this category we'll talk more we come back. John and Ken show John Kobylt. Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Called Tamayo from Reform California, and they have done a survey. Finding out that as many as one. Out of ten ballots may have been sounded sent down at era by county registrar's around the state because of the voter rolls are not cleaned up and he also mentioned the motor-voter program. Of course, we were told that under the motor-voter program when illegal immigrants come in to get that special license, they could not get into the motor voter system, but they may be sometimes where that didn't. Exactly. Work at and we've always known this. I remember I think a judge I, think a judge ordered La county to clean up their roles and they claim that they did this is made go back a couple of years that there's too many dead people and people who have moved. On your voter rolls because we've never had a situation with a statewide vote where everybody's getting a mail in ballot everybody on the twenty, one, million registered voters in the state that beans there could be could be there's a ten percent error rate according to reform. California's a survey could be two million ballots going out that they're not voters. That's the problem they don't exist at the at the address, their dead, their legal immigrants or their duplicates or triplicate S-. What happened to undertake such a fiasco with government on this scale? I mean we've ever been at the scale before twenty one, million registered voters at your expect exactly twenty well, I use that number. But probably that's not the correct number either with the categories that we just told you, there's dead people probably on there and people that have moved and left the state. Well, if you if you, you know I I read. Pre virus about ten percent of the country moves in any given year. Now that would match the ten percent elaborate I I and and and so can you imagine as as as time goes on you know if you haven't cleaned up your voter rolls for five years. What are you talking about? CUMULATES IT'D BE HALF THE PEOPLE On the voter rolls are that matched with the right address or they have duplicate addresses because they moved from one apartment to another one town to another within the county. And then the motor-voter program. I. Mean you get you get. You automatically registered to vote when you get a new drivers license. But they've had problems with this system from the beginning. For obvious reasons right they have computers from one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy eight, and you've seen the quality of worker at the DMV. and. And it's supposed to prevent illegal immigrants from from getting. Registered to vote accept illegal immigrants now getting ballots. So obviously they missed on that they I. Remember they fessed up to a couple years ago but said it was very, very limited number of cases nothing to be concerned about of course, they always say we're legal immigrants got bad. Got Voter registered. Have you ever heard the government admit? Wow, this is really bad a massive one hundred percent of the time they lie and downplay it. Let's say it's a minimal problem. And then. Carla Myers group does a survey in fines. WHOA wow. Looks like at least ten percent or sent an error. Is just. Another subject worst idea ever state Republican Party has responded to the Attorney General and the Secretary of State of told them to knock it off with those ballot dropbox is. They. Say they're not going to just removing the word official from them, but they will continue to place them and what they determined will be legal ballot harvesting. Interesting in this. Orange County Register story on it in their letter to the state and I don't know what the state's. GonNa do whether or not the state's going to go to court or they're going to send guys out there the boxes I, don't know. But they're claiming that Democratic Congressman Harley Ruda of the forty eighth district and another guy named T. Jaycox of the twenty first district and some assemblywoman named Christy Smith. Well, they're claiming they're hardly Ruta. Sorry. I'll just take Carly Rueda that apparently he's got some sort of a program. that. He has been advertising in his district. It's called the neighborhood ballot hub program where volunteers can sit outside their homes and collect ballots. To the Republicans are trying to say, well, that's kind of the same thing. The campaign said, well, the only got one couple to do this and they collected to bounce from their neighbors and turn them in. The she will keep operating the hub program they shouldn't have that either. That that sounds like that's that's illegal. To set up a stand in front of your house to collect ballots. It's also buyer beware if you're gonNA hand your ballot over to some stranger. Yeah. But the Republicans make it look like it's a real ballot-box. Approved. took off the word official, but it still looks there's there these boxes all over the county and there's one near me. Now. If you see other boxes that are similar and I know they have different wording but most people don't notice the stuff right? They see a big metal box it says put your ballot here they're going to do it. That's different from a guy with a card table and his lawn. That's clearly something something weird there. That the Republicans are putting up something that looks plausible. You're right because I was a card table on his law. You can tell us not official the Republicans are trying to be deceptive. The Democrats. For Guy Sets up cards, Card Table and his lawn, you know that what that is. And then yeah, it's buyer beware you want if you if you trust the guy I, mean I could only see a couple of neighbors maybe saying, yes sure taken and the story points out if you put it in the Republican box well, sure it may get to the registrar and you can track it but. Did. Somebody. Open it and change your phone. The don't know steamed. Ballot that we know about any of this stuff. You know when when you walked in voted in person and you filled out the form and it went. into. The slotting you knew it got counted. You. You're the only saw your the in the back room isn't adjusting the Yeah maybe. It's the only thing that would explain the government that we have. But now get him. We could just got the touchscreens, but you do get a copy of what you just on the screen. So you can see if it matches what your right to vote right it it it there's nobody in between you and the machine, and then the machine gives you a copy a receipt that you did it and and and you match to make sure the vote came out properly. But this. Yeah. But I guess they don't care. They know this too. But in the end don't we have to. Believe in the results or it could be chaos. End. Up. Like what broke banana republics? Well. What if people decide not to believe in the result and the right? That they should. Prove that. Yes. Are We all supposed to act like meek little sheep who will be tough to prove but they're going to be people screaming that it's all fraudulent and? You'll get followers at I. Don't know that have enough proof to convince the rest of the population. Well, at that point, people are going to go by what they see with their own is. Going to be no way to prove this but that's part of that's part of the That's part of how you pull stuff like this off. You know they can't prove it. So you could always say, well, you don't really know. What you've done you know what you've done. I can't prove it but I know what you've done in. You know what you've done. It's pretty slick and clever. We got a couple. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Don't forget the John and Ken Voter Guide is easy to find. It's been on the website for weeks kfiam640.com. Keyword Ken. We're not valid harvesters, but we do tell you what we think about all twelve statewide ballot propositions. Take a look if you need help filling out your ballot on those questions of the issues facing the voters. And today is proposition twenty, two day. This is the one that deals with Uber and the lift drivers spending a lot of money on both sides of this. It looks like we were not successful. In getting the Yes side to come on. We only have we got the side we don't know side coming on this will at. Four o'clock. So these are the people that want uber in left to be exempted from the state's new law dealing with freelancers who must be considered employees and Uber lift obviously paid to get on the ballot but many drivers agree and one of them will be talking to us. At four o'clock, there's a lot of drivers at don't agree but I can tell you something. It's probably a dead end for them. Is a good chance that if this measure fails the way you order the ride and how much you pay for it. If you even had the chance to do that could be altered greatly by the results of this now, their business model. It's already destroyer. Yeah. We you and I've talked about this many lose money. They they made a big bet that self driving cars we're going happen by now. And like a lot of tech hype. It's a long long way away. It's like an electric cars for all. Everyone falls in love with the hype they invest in the hype they they drive up the stock over the height. And then they realize, oh, it's not happening and they try to cash out executives cash out and take their stock and run. And they make out and these are the guys they hype industry. They send it public through PEO-. Stock shoots up, they cash out run away and what's left behind is the reality that was always there. There is no self driving car coming anytime soon for anybody. It's not happening all of the research is stalled out. Right. And of course if there is a self driving car, that's the end of the driver's anyway. Right. So the truck for sluice. So GonNa be a dead end either way right? I said, this model goes on the ultimate goal is driverless. Unsustainable business with drivers. It's a sustainable business, but there has to be no drivers, right. So if I was uber driver, I really would be looking into another line of work long term. And for people who are like Oh, it's so easy to do this. You just open up the APP order the car you know where it is how long it's GonNa come and look at that price. Well, that's the big thing to price I. Wonder How many deliberately did this to undercut the competition but they're losing money because they were they were financed by crazy venture capitalists and every time you got a cheap uber ride a venture capitalist pay pay probably thirty or forty percent of the price. he's made it back with with the stock price going through the roof. But what's going to be left behind one way or the other is is a drivers out of work. Yeah I think the other either way was if we knock out all the cab companies, we can raise the prices on people eventually, but we've got undercut them for as long as we can, and then people stopped using the service because they weren't using taxis very much because the price was high. So we'll just go back to everyone's going drive themselves route. A wild story. This afternoon at of Los Alamitos had actually unfolded this morning. It looks like a vagrant who was. Living in a tent. came out of the tent, which was in an adjacent area of thick brush and trees under the southbound six, zero, five freeway and Loselle Amigos and began to open fire. Now who was there? It was cal trans along with the HP crew and as you know. If you look when you see the CAL Trans crews working. Now there is often particularly if it's a along a speedy place like a freeway area, there is usually a CHP officer who probably takes a nap in the car. That they get good overtime for that, shouldn't they have social workers? Well. This is to make sure that you don't run down the CAL. See I see nothing to do with the Vegas put any time now. To see HP was there they apparently Return Fire and says here according to the story that later on the suspect. was found, dead. Now would. By tent did he kill himself or did not fearing? The reports that we have from channel seven is no one was struck by the gunfire that the vagrant. Fired off but. It doesn't. It doesn't say they don't know. It's a terrible loss. But. This is just another one of the dangerous. I mean we all talk about how they're setting fires. But now you may have some crazy crazy guy in a tent and because CAL trans comes along to clean up and he freaks out thinking, they're going to try to get me Outta here and they're going to try to make me move. which by the way they're going to be doing in La County 'cause they did approve a deal to get the the vagrancy away from the freeways in L. A. County, and eventually these guys are going to have to go and if you've driven anywhere. Around. La County some of the freeway interchanges. There is a lot of encamp just redness just absolutely horrendous and the reason we hear is that they feel like well, they're shade but they also feel like they'll be less bothered because CAL trans. Government property. They don't they don't really do anything about it. You know as worse than that. Worse than all this news is Today I looked into a bag of takeout. We had last night. They're all these plastic utensils at the bottom of the bag. I see. Your you're next door a happy. They've been complaining about all week that threat is still going on. Pico anxiety, they don't want anything about the vagrants running amok they're writing about the plastic utensils. I was horrified I. I I. Feel your pain. Yeah. What people are doing is they're they're they're stockpiling them and hoping to use them or find another way to Intel. No in time of war if war civil wars coming, you're gonNA want those plastic utensils. You'RE GONNA have to use your mental forks weapons to defend yourself. GotTa Catch Show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. We'll give you the latest in the mostly lack of coverage. About the big story yesterday from the New York Post concerning. A computer that allegedly to Hunter Biden. which when it was left at a repair shop and nobody ever came back for it, I guess the repair shop owner. decided to look into it and then turned it over to the FBI and also ended up in. The information on it ended up in the hands of Rudy Giuliani. They got another one today where they do. They have another one today concerning Chinese businessmen. Yeah. that a hunter was trying to leverage Hunter Biden wanted ten, million dollar payout for introductions. For access exactly. No, it really did happen. You know what I did for a hoot last night trying to look at what they call the mainstream media web pages like The Washington Post and all they did was this fact check article which was pretty flimsy because they don't WanNa, believe it or they don't WanNa, think it matters. You know it's true with what they WANNA do is they want to they want to cover it up. And and they don't want any momentum to swing now that trump story, it'd be breaking explosive bombshell news they not. But their their motive is to destroy trump's president. I'm not saying the biggest bombshell ever. I wouldn't be good story and I think it should be talked about but to completely ignore it and then take whatever happens with trump including that stupid fake New York, Times Tax Story and blow that up until bombshell news right that that's that's what I'm trying to point out here with nothing illegal done. Nothing illegal was taught and then you had to fake rushing only paid seven hundred fifty dollars in taxes boy. Oh well, a lot of rich people get away with that. Do something about the tax code. Until you vice president for eight years, did she see how a little Amazon Pace? Amazon operations pay very late pays next to nothing as a corporation, and that's who owns the Washington Post. A Jeff bezos. So we'll get into all this after three o'clock. You'll. We haven't talked about it. A little while is Dead Guy Jeffrey Epstein. In the story that popped up this week because the last time we looked at this story. There were reports that maybe some people were nervous the detailed information concerning Jeffrey Epstein's associates who are engaging in his child sex ring that their names might pop out. Well that hasn't happened but what did happen was a billionaire investor by the name of Leeann black he's allegedly worth nine billion dollars. He's the founder of something called Apollo Global Management. It's been revealed that he has he had paid Jeffrey Epstein at least fifty million dollars. And allegedly, this is Jeffrey. Epstein. Financial expertise now. Stop for a moment, consider that this guy is the founder of Apollo Global Management, which is investment firm and the Jeffrey Epstein last looked at this story didn't really have a lot of experience in Wall Street didn't really do much the jobs. He had there before he just wandered off into his own world. So. What would this fifty million before? Mr Black has sent a letter. To those who are his clients? It is true by paid Mr Epstein millions of dollars annually for his work which he provided from twenty twelve to two thousand, seventeen I never tried to conceal Epstein provided professional services to entities affiliated with my family regarding state planning tax and philanthropic endeavors. Black didn't explain why you chose to pay the tens of Billions Epstein College dropout with a criminal record. When blackadder take of qualified? credentialed experts instead of Epstein. So you're a left to join conclusions about this very suspicious. Bring other benefits. He did admit that my family and I made a short visit to Mr Epsteins, private island and had a picnic lunch with him. We're on a family holiday nearby. Both instances where isolated brief. Members of my family. Wait a second. You went all the way out to that island in in. On a family holiday nearby. Also admits that he went to Epstein's townhouse in New York, city brief meetings everything's brief brief a few seconds really not enough time for me to take off my pants really no, no no. Fifty million dollars because he's blackmailing me how dare you? Even, further. Imply. Well, and by the way they're all getting away with it though aren't they? I think I mentioned a lot of this money was funneled to Epstein even after he pled guilty. To that charge. For soliciting prostitution. Girl Stein had to pay a lot of hush money. Everybody was wondering why Epstein had so much money because he really was not that good in finances. Nobody understood how could have such day date they have yet to find anyone who did business with him. You when you buy or sell anything stock bond. Accompany there's gotTa be another. Another person or entity on the other side of that transaction right now. You by yourself has to have another buyer seller on the other side, they can't find the existence of anyone else. Who bought are sold with with APP seen anything? No. No and yet he became very wealthy extracting fifty million dollars from this investor. Who has his own pigs firm I mean literally, he could find anybody he really needed to do his estate plan. Tell me aren't a thousand people who know this and probably dozens of people in the media who notice and nobody wants to talk guy and why do you think that is? Because they're all triple pull like it on a small scale when they're getting. A porn subscription at home, but it's on the credit card appears as some generic enterprise. That's right. So the wife looks at the bills. What's this global market enterprise at some research firm I've been. She. Yeah people ask an Epstein paid them all that money. He's taken care of my state planning. Yes right. My name is Joe Biden Democratic candidates for the United States Senate look over like we see help out not both the other by now sleepy joe say the unemployment rate is a great state of Ohio. Know you're in South Carolina look I think the one thing the president doesn't want to do the very began his face me because I will beat fighting WHO's a loser? Joe Never got more than one percent except Obama took them off the trashy shooting holes in the constitution, and we can and not let him get away with it. And they lost even President. John and Ken Chiampou. It's Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP? Well of course, the lead story here continues to be the New York Post which yesterday. revealed that it has seen emails supposedly written by Hunter Biden. To. Of number of officials in Ukraine remember Hunter Biden served on the board of a natural gas company called Barista and the origin of these emails supposedly is that somebody left computer at a repair shop in Delaware back in early twenty nineteen and never returned to pick it up or pay for it. So the owner of that repair shop eventually pride inside and then says, he turned it over to the FBI. Fast forward to now, and apparently, the contents also made its way to a lawyer affiliated with Rudy Giuliani. Legal Counsel to President Trump, and then that's how the story made its way to the New York. Post. And, of course, yesterday's big reveal was that Hunter Biden was Introducing. A BARISTA. To his father. Then vice president is takes us back to the time when Joe Biden was Obama's vice president. What was of course fascinating about all this is that social media went fast to block the story. Effect Twitter CTO apologize last night said the handling of this was unacceptable. They shouldn't have done that. And now, the Senate led by the Republicans the Judiciary Committee wants to talk to these social media executives about why they did that the way the New York Times I'm sorry the Window Times prevent presents the story is that this is all about how social media is finally clamping down on fake news. They describe the New York Post as a tabloid and it story after be fact checked. It's pretty amazing to me that because this is a story about Biden, this is the way the biased media presented have been a juicy story like this about trump is family, it would have been front-page uncontested news and social media would have let the world sharing everywhere in fact, one writer for the federalist. Together an article entitled Eleven Hacks, leaks and hoaxes that twitter and facebook didn't throttle because they hurt trump. Though they, we've got the whole list here. You could look it up yourself at the federal dot com. Right. So clearly you know the in is to save Biden from any kind of damage and it's pretty clear that that these are legitimate the Washington Post in fact, check and they said, you know they talked to experts who said, well, there's no Meta data no header information with this. So it's very suspicious because he can't really track it. But. The the Biden. People Hunter Biden not even aware he is. They're not denying that this is here's hundred returning. Hundred Attorney George. Mysterious. was asked whether the email is genuine. That's a yes or no question, right? The male is real. Or a hoax? Yes or no? We have no idea where this came from and certainly cannot credit anything that Rudy Giuliani provided to the New York Post, that's not an answer. But what I do know for certain is that this purported meeting never happened I wanted to make but none of that says, no, these are fabricated emails. This is a hoax. Not at all doesn't say that right? That's very well crafted statement Brian Attorney right who which basically is a misdirection play right and the Washington Post reporter. Should follow up and say. Pretty. Simple question. Are the emails real Or is it hooks. You would know hunter would know. Of Counter, hunter could call in in two minutes and say. None of those emails. I. I never wrote any of those emails and none of those emails ever were returned to me. That's not my laptop I never went to that. Computer repair shop. Now. He's not saying anything right now. Maybe he's got. It's. Yeah it's his mails. Like we said he was probably on some drug bender or alcohol bender forgot about the thing is obviously we've had huge hoaxes like the Russian hoax. Had all kinds of false stories. I'm totally open to the idea that could be a hoax or a false story, but if it is then. What set so by right. Yeah What they're saying, which is also a little suspicious is the meeting never took place. But what they said yesterday was well, it wasn't on the official schedule. So now all right. So was the did the Joe Biden meet this guy like socially unofficially, and then they said something about how they may have been a brief introduction. See You you get these absurd non denials wasn't on the official schedule. All right stop playing games did the meeting happened or not? Not that whether you put it down on paper because when people do crooked things often don't put it on paper. Hundred Biden's dumb enough to do that. But most other people know better. Last thing you want is a paper trail of all the underhanded deals you're making. and. Now, facebook in twitter or some kind of super. Super Editor. This is this is what's weird. They have they have superseded the media, right? Normally, all the newspapers and television networks would have their own writers and editors and management. Davita story before they send it out into the world. While at the New York Post, they did that. And then facebook and twitter decide? No No, no no and the thing is those guys don't know what's true or not. They're just like the. Times use the crafty tabloid. This described the New York, post right. Fine. TABS everybody know tablet. That's like the national enquirer you anything you read their craft of biases pretty obvious. But the thing is, is like a facebook and twitter are not equipped. To investigate a story. They have these third party fact checkers, but the third party fact checkers don't know they don't have the emails they weren't privy to the private conversations in the private meetings. I they presented the Russian dossier with hookers peeing on trump's bed is right that to be factual CNN went with that. They didn't know but they went without because there's really salacious and it was against trump. Now here you got something that's pretty scandalous against Biden and facebook and twitter going no no no, we don't want anyone to see this. Because a lot of newspapers now get more hits after it hits the The The social media. Fan Right. The social media spreads it out much much farther than the New York Post could ever do by itself. Twitter hid behind the idea that this was hacked materials. We don't allow those to be shared stories about hacked material, go the store at the federalist and they list all the hacks stories. That were that were leaked? So. Sure. It's a hack guy left his computer there. I don't. Yeah I. Not a hack. After a awhile unclaimed property goes to the. person who has possession of it exactly right. When we come. Back. The latest chapter and what the New York Post revealing from these emails. Concerns Hunter. Biden trying to leverage his position as his vice presidential father's son into some big money from Chinese companies coming up pick. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou. Kfi Am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. I. So we're still at the presidential race desk and we're talking about these. Emails that the New York Post has been featuring for a couple of days. Now days now allegedly came from. A computer owned by Hunter Biden. Biden's dud son. The Guy at the computer repair shop that I came upon these apparently share them with the FBI eventually they made their way to. RUDY GIULIANI AND THE NEW YORK? Post. His name is John Paul Mac Isaac. And the first thing was well, did you know it was Hunter Biden? While apparently says he's he's legally blind. But my my question would be. Wasn't there A. When you drop off something for repair. Don't you fill out paperwork with your name and address so you know you can pay for it and picking up later and he's a record of a customer I in one story it said there was a Beau Biden fellow. Star or reference on the computer I think there was a sticker on the computer but I mean, if you drop something off for repair, is there some kind of paperwork with paper trail with your name is they're not I mean, how does it? How is it blurry that he's not sure well, he's blind. But what about the paperwork isn't there I? I don't see something. So you come back to get the computer. You can provide the paperwork to get the computer. That's my question that solemn saying I found a little odd but He claims that Hunter Biden actually dropped off three laptops for repair. And he did this interview with the daily Beast, which was strange because he apparently said he was very nervous and He referenced the Seth. Rich conspiracy theory, which holds that a democratic national. Committee staffer who police say was murdered in a botched robbery was actually killed off by Clinton allies because he leaked committee emails. He said that was reasons he was nervous about doing an interview and an actually providing. This information on this laptop to anybody because he thought he might be killed over it and he made some reference later that. Hootie Giuliani is his life lifeguard, which was also strange. Pressed on its relationship he said. When you're afraid you don't know anything about the depth of the water that you're in you. WanNa find a lifeguard. Then he went bleep. And the reporter said so rudy was your lifeguard no combat. Asked me somebody else involved in this because Oh, by the way a big trump fan he admitted that if he can't see, then he wouldn't know what was on the hard drive and he wouldn't not turn it over to Giuliani. People. That's others there. There's somebody else who looked at this. and L-, unless it is a complete setup and ED somebody walked dead and decided they were GonNa scam, the blind guy. The new information that the post is putting out today. Deals. With Hunter Biden's association with Chinese business yesterday was Ukraine and Barista. Some email that was sent out as part of a chain back in August second twenty, seventeen involved deal he struck with the chairman of a company called. FC. Gaba name of ye GM mean for half ownership of a holding company that's expected to provide Biden. With more than ten million dollars a year. Now. This guy who had ties to the Chinese military intelligence services hasn't been seen since he was taken into custody by Chinese authorities. Early, two thousand eighteen and the company that was referenced went bankrupt. Biden wrote that year sweeten the terms of an earlier three-year consulting contract with CFC that was to pay him ten million dollars annually for quote introductions alone. Kind of introductions, those would be typically at the time. You. The thing is Joe Biden wasn't vice-president anymore. He was still powerful with hunter. Biden. All this is plausible. His entire life has been. Criminal or near criminal. is his entire personal life has been a disaster. He's not capable of making legitimate money. So this all fits in his wheelhouse of what he does every day what he's capable of doing. And it's five with his father because. Lose. Their whenever he has to do. Yeah. You know you. You never know about the internal dynamic dynamics of a family. Joe. Biden may feel guilty for any number of reasons, right? When you're in politics at his level, you're never home. You're never around to be a force in your life. Sometimes it does matter sometimes it does. And they you know they suffered a terrible tragedy when their. Mother, and sister died in car accident. So there's a lot of turmoil. Joe had a big political career that he had to attend to. Some kids get shattered by that stuff and maybe Joe felt guilty and felt like he didn't do the right thing. So side benefit would be that hunter tag along Jos political career and just get all the money that comes downstream. Every politician has a series of these deals they all do. and. There's always money coming in through the side door and under the table just about all of them. And it's always been very protective and. This is obviously something you don't want to go into your running for president except it's all crooked slimy. Are the honestly if this was involving the the trump sons I'd believe. Those guys never struck me as clean. Altar boys either. But it's it's the hypocrisy of it. You know that if this was about trump sons, this would be twenty four hours worth of news on all the cable channels and fifty two articles on the front page of all the news outlets bombshell developed after bombshell all because they gave that treatment to a bunch of stories that turned out to be outright false. So they actually got something that was true. They'd go crazy with it. You've got something that seems very likely to be true but because it's it's Joe Biden it's I. Well, we're going to suppress distribution. Tell Biden's justed long time hack politician with the same corrupt tentacles as many other politicians have had and in particular for him, he had to probably do something to get this loser son away to make money, and that's how we set him up in Ukraine and set him up with Chinese businesses and he was the the Go-to for his son because of his influence and his power in the United States his son could just his father's name. I. Mean Why is it so hard to believe in? Maybe this isn't illegal, but but it does point out just how corrupt and unethical that this guy is like so many other politicians. Joe Biden's being portrayed as you know, this is going to be finally. Get Dignity back to the White House I it's a marketing scam because trump is so outrageous it works it does work, but it doesn't mean that Biden is One of the isn't a drag. I don't get to bury a story like this because it doesn't fit your narrative because he doesn't act as crazy as trump. He can effectively sell a return to normalcy as a marketing campaign. When you know he's up to his hips in in in in Muck. Muck was years which we got more coming up. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken. Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Tomorrow is voice. Line Day. During the five o'clock hour we play some of your calls. Leave your voicemails on our toll free number one, eight, seven, seven, voiced eighty six. One, eight, seven, seven, six, six, four, seven, eight, eight, six. On our voter guide, we are a no on proposition twenty two. This one is going to allow transportation and delivery companies that are APP based to be exempt from providing employee benefits to certain drivers. This is of course, the one that was put on the ballot by the lift, an Uber people will be talking to the Yes side after four o'clock. At the moment, we were not able to secure anybody from the No side to come on and present their case. So we'll go through we already. Yes. By the way on proposition twenty two. So again because that and and. For me, it's because the government has no business telling. Workers in companies. How they should make agreements. The company has the right to offer whatever deal they want, and you have the right to say, yes or no, and if you don't like the terms, then say, no if the terms change, then you leave, it's not up the government regulate all this stuff. All, right as you know, it's another war day There are these flexible again shutting off power maybe if we. Strain the grid too much Pacific Gas and electric has done this because of the Santa Ana winds and some communities well, north of US sometimes I have to look these up on a map one. We're about to talk about because California's freaking huge and I've never I haven't been everywhere. Will. North and east of Sacramento up there a place called. Grass Valley no Auburn Lincoln folsom is a place called Nevada City California and the reason we're talking about it and not to defend Pacific. Gas Electric. But sometimes, you're just up against things that are hard to move. And this Pacific Gas and electric, which undertook a tree trimming program. To reduce the wildfire risks as you know is often been the claim that when the winds blow, they can knock a tree branch a tree onto one, a. Pge's wires, Zip Zip Zip, and we have a huge fire. So I guess what they did was they went out surveyed a lot of their territory took a look at what could be a danger with the trees in the lines and they then tagged certain trees for Removal This happened at a place called the Vata City and has been an epic battle between community members and PG knee overtaken these trees down. They won a victory. The preservationists they're called last month. A court ruling prevented PG from chopping down hundreds of trees in Nevada city, but an Vata superior a county Superior Court judge reversed the ruling. On, Friday reversed himself same judge he refers to himself he did. Not Have. The Authority? To regulate. Tree removal program I guess he took another look after PG must have appealed and said. They make a good argument. Maybe I don't have this authority. That he says, belongs to the Public Utilities Commission I'd love how everything is brought to judges who can't possibly have the knowledge they need to make a decision. How the Hell's the judge supposed to know all the particulars as to where the cut trees down or not. If, the power lines fall I Y. Where's the tree law? Where's the power law I? Don't know why he says the Public Utilities Commission has to decide shots. Looks at all over CPAP to see if the laws been violated. That's what a judge is supposed to do was was was was a crime committed was a law violated was procedures not followed Blah Blah Blah, but to actually get into the minutia of whether A. These trees are causing a fire danger because of the power line. Because of a power line nearby. I just think this is a microcosm of the bigger problem if we ever were to undertake some sort of brush and tree removal program in these vast forests of California, this is what we're up against immediately this crowd of preservation who go to court and fight don't care if the whole state burns down, they don't care. You're not touching the stuff there nature. Now, I don't know how beautiful these trees is I. Don't. It doesn't matter if beautiful or not. It matters whether it's a fire risk or not some trees in life we're going to have to be town people falling in love with a single tree. When there's when there's millions of them is just kind of silly and childish they have some guy here. Some Little Pajama Boy Matthew Osip Hausky Hosa Polski. It's a good Polish name founder of a group called Save. Nevada county trees. The, protesters met the PG and e. crew at a cemetery. There is a one hundred year old Blue Atlas. Cedar that was targeted for the chopper. and rather than get involved in a confrontation, the crew left. Monday was a significant victory for us. They didn't know how to deal with our physical presence in the cemetery so they left. and. He said we'll be back. Yeah because they want an arborist report on the health of the tree if it if it's a threat. For Fire, does a guy go up there with a stethoscope and put it up the tree and listens for the heartbeat. All right. Here's why and if you saw this earlier this week. The broadcast fire. That was the one that Chris Ancarlo was living in for over two weeks right In the Angeles National Forest was the one that threatened All the all the towns in the San Gabriel Valley north of the to ten, and then when earned for weeks went up over the other side into the high desert. That's right. Tree branches may have come into contact with socal edison equipment and sparked the Bub campfire. Utility said they sent a letter to the regulators There was a twenty three foot long wine of conductor belonging to the utility. It was an h frame structure to power poles and three tree branches. That, that's what they have. is evidence that that was the origin of the fire. They also said there was an incident on their grid. In the same general area around the same time. As the beginning of the BOB cat fire. So it looks like the tree branch hit those wires of that electrical equipment and that ignited the Bob cat fire that went on for over two weeks. Again, not. Climate Change. The Electric. Company. Their infrastructure, and in this case, maybe somebody didn't chop down the trees but they should have chopped down. Here in northern California PG and e. trying to prevent something like this from happening is trying to chop down a tree. But the preservationists you you remember these people they they'll. They'll literally hug the trace the climb the trees, and live in the trees to keep them from getting knocked down. I I love a tree as much as anybody. But. You know talk to all people whose homes burned out. GotTa have power. And so far unless they do undergrounding, it's gotta be gone with utility lines retrieves in around the whole neighborhoods. You gotTA figure out a way to live with that people live in forested areas because they love nature and it's beautiful. But they don't WanNa live in little cabins without electrical. Lights right now they're gonna live among the forest they wanna, bring their electricity with him. Well, when you do that, you create a huge fire hazard which will then burn down your cap. So at the very least, you've got to chop down the trees. That are in the path of the electrical lights. That's why didn't mean to defend PG but sometimes, they're replete Iraq and a hard place assuming they're Russ. Tried to take care of some of this. They're going to get opposition with the tree people assuming they're right. And I don't know I'm not there and I I've no more qualified than this judge to decide. But somebody's gotTA. Decide The tree stay or they go three stay and the city burns down well, too bad and you can't. That's the fault of your treat people. You can't have a commission holding a meeting to chop down every single tree in the state nothing's ever going to get done. That's what I'm worried about that I don't have faith that will ever really undergo a large program to weed out these forests. But if we do I think that's going to get locked in that kind of battle telling you. I don't WanNa live here. These people though. John and Ken show John Kobylt and Ken. Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio. APP. Five, we continue to go through the voter guide at the ballot propositions inviting anybody wants to come on the T. S and no to make their arguments on the John, and Ken show. We're up to proposition twenty two next hour. This is a lot of money being spent on this one. The Yes side says we should exempt. The rideshare drivers from being employees of Oberlin lifted instead, they can remain independent contractors obviously Uber enlistment a lot of money to get this on about it. A lot of money in advertising the Yes side. One of these drivers is coming up at four or five. We were not as of right now successful in talking to anybody from the most. So talk about the we are. Yes. State measure twenty two. So you'll hear that interview coming up after. Four, o'clock well, it's time for Animal News Debra Mark. I call this a good story, a bed story I guess between and all I could think of last night. When I saw this headline was it can't have happened again. Somebody stole a Lemur from zoo. This time it's in. San Francisco. Twenty one year old ring tailed Lemur by the name of mackey. Is Missing from the San Francisco Zoo and I was looking up lemurs. which by the way, they only have an average lifespan of sixteen to nineteen years. So this guy is. He's he's outlived his. He said he's a, he's a senior citizen. Among the lemurs. They I don't know if you've ever been to the zoo and seeing the lemurs. Kinda fascinating looking. They apparently are native only to the island of Madagasacar. Where they come from and? They are mammals. The reason I also found this odd is that we covered this story a couple of years ago. Guy By the name of acquaintance. Caz Bar of Newport beach broke into the Santa. Ana. Zoo after close for the night use bolt cutters to steal a Lemur by the name of Isaac. Isaac was thirty two years old. And the oldest ring tailed. Lemur. In captivity in North America. He was recovered because the guy left him outside of Newport Beach Hotel the next day plastic container saying he was sorry and to please return this to the zoo for me. He was eventually arrested on an unrelated charge and bragged to a bail agent that he had stolen the Lemur from the zoo and showed the bail agent video on his phone of him with the animal. He eventually was sentenced to ninety days in prison, but almost eighty, five, hundred dollars in restitution. So this is zoo if this if it's the same guy. This is. This is his compulsion of fetish. relievers. Yeah. We know there are plenty of dogs and cats that need good homes. Apparently, you think was asked with Lieber, you think he didn't the Lemur. Really. You'RE GONNA go there it was an open ended question. Maybe, he took him out to dinner maybe he wants to have self do sell fees with Aleemor to brag that he was able to get one instead of just going in and getting a dog or cat. Maybe took a bath with him. Now. Sees. them the story with Aquinas Casbah from the Santa Ana Zoo is that he really wanted to take a monkey for a pet, but they wouldn't go with him. I wonder why? So we ended up with the friendly Lieber. I guess, hopped into the box well, it's boring to marketing resistance. He really so well I wanted you know you'd be excited to go with somebody out of the cage. I guess that investigators are talking to acquaint casbah where every has now about his whereabouts this week if he was up in San Francisco visiting the San Francisco Zoo Klein is is it's too odd a coincidence give a kid a weird name is GonNa grow up? Weird. lemurs better off with him than being in the zoo. No I can understand why Lemur or any animal would be happy to get out go for a ride. Like they know that's happening. On your. Market doesn't like zoos. Captivity. They'd want to I think I'd rather have an animal zoo than with a crazy person. Well we don't know he could just be you're saying, maybe he's going to take a bath with the Lemur I mean that's creepy. Disposition is whether or not you took home they go nuts with the bite you or. Your with most animals if you feed them, give them food, they become your friend hopefully. Not a lemur dinner. Oh No what is lemur tastes? Clients might know. He, didn't eat that other one he returned it left it in front of a hotel. LEMUR STU. Now. No Not, enough. Right. When we come back, it's time to take a look at one of the big ones on the ballot proposition twenty two particularly for those in the rideshare business. Who Burn left wants to exempt their drivers from being classified as employees want to keep them busy dependent contractors. The Yes side, we'll talk to US neck. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou. Kfi Am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio. APP. Everywhere. Don't forget the voter guide is up on the webpage check it out to John and Ken will help you along with all twelve statewide ballot propositions. A number of races around southern California. We think we should way including that all important La County district attorney race please. Jackie Lacey live in La. County. This is important. If we get your ass going in there and we will continue to be going down the road of not sending anybody to jail or prison and releasing as many inmates as we can. So we uh Ramp back up on the crime here in California right now we're gonNA. Talk about proposition twenty two we've been fighting the yes and the No side on for all twelve ballot measures and we're getting near the end. Already a proposition twenty two is got a lot of money being spent on both sides. It exempts APP based transportation and delivery companies from providing employee benefits to certain drivers. That would be classified continue to be classified as independent contractors. This is because of settling bill five, which passed a couple of years ago. The work that San Diego based, Assemblywoman Lorraina Gonzalez who, when, asked about the impact on people with this legislation said, those weren't real jobs anyway right she she's really a destructive person. We're going to talk down Doug made He is a delivery driver. and he's also freelance journalist who also got affected by this ridiculous law because that limited the number of. Journalists, Dick Pieces. You could write for any particular publication Doug luck the John and Ken show. Well, thank you very much. Thank you for biting me. Who Do you work for when you're delivering things? I deliver for over each post mate. and. You explain the working conditions before and after this law passed. Well, the working conditions have been great as far as I'm concerned you know you know as an independent contractor. do for for both of the APPS at based platforms. It's it's a very, very easy job. You know I get. dinged when there is a a delivery be picked up at a restaurant. You know I pick it up I make it to the tha customers home We can either provide a contactless delivery or meet them at the door or any other instructions that there might be and it's very, very stress-free. It's There's you're working conditions. They're great. Have a problem with the conditions whatsoever. So you work as much or as little as you want. Correct when I first started doing it about a year ago I started doing it part time literally just house for a few hours a day and since the pandemic up. But basically been working full-time up to sixty sixty, five hours a week and you're happy with the money. Very happy with the money. I'm I'm averaging on the weekends between twenty seven to twenty nine dollars an hour, and during the week averaging between twenty three and twenty, five an hour. So he very, very happy. You can't get overtime or sick leave or any reimbursement for expenses and that has not bothered you. Know because I'll get plenty of reimbursement of expenses when I found my taxes. You the there's you know as as an independent contractor. Getting a ten, ninety nine, you know I I'm eligible for a fifty seven and a half cents per mile deduction on on my vehicle Mellish -able for other expenses as well. Repairs things like that. So yeah, there's plenty of deductions that can take at the end of the year now. No, I'm not really concerned about this proposition is primarily being pushed by unions and I imagine what they WanNa do is once you're all mandated to be employees of Uber Lifts or post mates or anybody else then they're gonna come in and unionize you to get you benefits. And they can get a cut obviously. They'RE GONNA get union dues from every single driver in the state, which is the real motivation behind this. On that's absolutely the motivation you know. Just about everybody on the opposition side is pro union labor. It's backed by the Sei you you know gig workers rising off the ride share drivers united. They're all union based. You know in the person who actually wrote the bill assembly bill five dollars where did she come from Labor? So yeah. This is absolutely labor based. You know as far as the opposition is concerned. Do. I want any part of that. No doubt. For a moment, assuming that their motivations are good I guess their argument is this is to get you guys up in pay and benefits and to get into a real middle-class style job position versus what they think are lower level no benefit work you have right now. Well how is it? How is it middle class? When all they're guaranteeing is minimum wage. Now let's do the math minimum wage. Let's see most areas of the of the state. It's thirteen dollars an hour. So Maria's yeah it's fifteen dollars an hour I believe in San Francisco. Next year, it's going up to fifteen fifty. So if you if you take a look at the thirteen dollars an hour average, that's five hundred and twenty dollars a week for a forty hour week that's mid twenties a year. Do you think that's a livable wage? Honestly. Mid Twenties a year. That's that's not not not even close to livable. The minimum wage argument is joke and that could fill. A be a topic for another radio show as far as I'm concerned. But you know I make way more than that and I will continue making more than that one prop twenty two passes because there's no limit on what you can make you can continue making what you're making before now. Did they give up one hundred and twenty percent of a minimum wage minimum guarantee with pro twenty two. Now if I if I decide I, want to vote. No. Well, all I'm going to be making minimum wage. That's all there guaranteeing. Why would I settle for that? When I'm making way more than that now who's guaranteeing that the union? The Union saying well, you'll. Get minimum wage. I don't think I don't think. They think though with the power of all the Union members, they can negotiate you a higher wage. Maybe, they can. But that's that's a big big if. There because I'm looking at some other writers in this article Doug where you're featured that said, they only get mainly make like ten dollars an hour. Yeah, I would push against that. I think that's pretty sloppy math to be honest ten dollars an hour. Your the way I look at what I do is is I'm an independent contractor so I'm essentially running my own business. So running my own business I'm going to do whatever I can to make the most money. I can. Otherwise. Why do it but you know to me it's about freedom. Everybody. Throw all their numbers out about if you could earn more or less how many hours you work, but the truth is you have the freedom to decide how many hours you're gonNA work, and if you don't like the return, then you could go another job somewhere else but that's your business. It's it's Uber's business. It's not the state's business or this outside union it's simply not their business and they. Know they've been dated something that they had no reason to get involved. That's why I'm focusing on what the unions get out of this. They get union dues. Why else would they care? I have never wanted or needed the government to meddle in my fares when it comes to how I choose to conduct by. my work life. It is my choice as to how I WANNA make my money how I wanna be compensated and how much I wanNA work. You know that's the choice that I have as an independent contractor right now I have that flexibility to work when I want and how I want. And I have a heart condition. So you know I have to costly mortar my health my cardiologist told me many many times. You cannot have stress in your life well, working most jobs you're going to have stress in your life. This is about the most stress free job I've ever had. So. Why would I want to give that up? Do you think of prop twenty two goes down the business model for Uber? Lift. As we know it is probably over. I don't see how it couldn't be. Under current employment models. If prop twenty two were not to pass. How is it that you know hoover lift Jordache grow the other companies. Couldn't go to schedule as they would have to go to a schedule based employment model. It would you know in order to provide coverage in every area in every corner of the state, they're going to have to hire supervisors for just about every region of the state and try to maintain whatever coverage they can. Limit Hours, you work too because then they'd have to over time, and so you're GonNa you're gonNA. Do that be cut off at forty? You're not going to be able to go to sixty five hours a week. Exactly, and if he worked part time, there's a really good chance. They're gonNA keep you thirty so that you don't qualify for the federal minimum helped because the federal minimum help. Thirty hours. Yeah. Yeah. A lot of people work twenty nine hour weeks. Exactly Yeah tennis you know certainly not just you know th that that's happening in every industry. I think we already know that. Walmart has been accused of to an extra long time. Douglas. Coming on and sharing your thoughts just one quick thing I I don't know. Do you run into any other drivers I mean it's a solitary business that you're running but the and get any sense out there of how other drivers feel. Oh. Sure. As a matter of fact, just yesterday I always got a stop light at an intersection and there was a guy next to you to lift sticker on the back of his on the back of his vehicle. So I asked him a little down his window. He did I said, have you heard of prop twenty two? He says, Oh yeah. I'M A yes. All right. Thanks for coming on. No it's my pleasure guys doug meet, and he is delivery driver works for Ubereats Post Mates on prop twenty two, and he's in favor of prop twenty two. That's the one that was put on there by the large rideshare companies like Google and lift to try to continue to have their employees classified as independent contractors where he gas more coming up. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six, forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP may the Moist Line is tomorrow one, eight, seven, seven, voice eighty, six for your voicemails. On their this week's playback with calls one, eight, seven, seven. Six, six, four, seven, eight, eight. Six we were unable to get the No. On proposition twenty, two site on the show today although we've done better than fifty percent with getting the yes and the no people on and again well some. Don't don't have a strong argument and they know that. And they don't want to take on the take on the challenge here. was like that that crazy nut who is pushing the rent control proposition. She comes on and she says, oh no, the high rents are the main reason for Homelessness Seventy percent of homelessness high rents. That's why you need healthcare rent control and just an absolute complete lie. Nearly all the homelessness is caused by drug addiction and severe mental illness. So, stop it. fact, we had another meal interrupted remember i. told you about getting interrupted with the guy showed up and was throwing chairs and tables. Yes. Into the coffee shop down down the down the sidewalk from where we were eating. Yeah. So today we're eating at a place on the beach actual tables and chairs outside on the sand. In Santa Monica and while we're there here comes crazy guy. Talking to himself, talking animatedly to his imaginary friends, waving his arms and yelling stock and around, and he kept looking like he was gonna cross the entrance into where the tables and chairs are. So about half the meal I'm on alert tracking the guy as he's moving from left to right looks like he's GonNa eat fake in the come inside. Then he's going outside and he sits on it down on a chair and he's yelling waving his arms in the air it's just to be every day. Could be every day. You have to eat outdoors because they won't let you eat inside. You'd outside until the seventy thousand crazy people outside. Well. Speaking of the election. One of these surveys is come out that not only is it the election, but the continuing nutty pandemic, which is causing nearly half the population. To once again, stockpile food. They are concerned because we're heading into the fall period could head into another quarantine are also concerned about the November third election. There could be a lot of potential unrest surrounding. The results or the lack of results and they have considered over the next couple of weeks. Of doing what they did earlier this year and picking up. Items that they fatty. To survive time, they need to spend inside off the street. Famous still have a lot of toilet paper leftover for March though. They couldn't have used all that up yet that you would think. So you're right and you know what just popped up again enlisted tip me off. The clorox wipes. The. Virus wipes to wipe out the. Still, almost impossible to get. Yeah, but they are popping up if you places. I think Costco Hatem briefly but gone target had them but the defense the factories have been sending. clorox wipes pure all that stuff took to the hospitals and big businesses. Well, that are just twenty four hours a day. Yeah. Purell. Is Not a problem anymore there's hand sanitizer everywhere. Pure rats. It's the clorox because it kills the virus and that's what people want to clean surfaces. You GotTa get a virus side I think we had this conversation you're out one day. That you don't just want germicide you WANNA virus side because covid nineteen. Is a virus that's what you need. That's why everybody was grabbing those clorox wipes because that's what they do. Santa I think that's way overblown. Honestly. It's pretty clear that it's very hard to catch the virus by touching something. Oh I think I think it is mostly in the air isolated here. The trump played that song last night in Iowa. Boy. He did a rally last night in Iowa. I. Guess It's had an uptick in cases he was outdoor is but people gathered close together and. They play Phil Collins in the air tonight. Some reporters were horrified. Because of its in the air. Tonight. A bunch of weavers. Should. Maybe somebody just liked the song. You see the celebrities that are all over NBC for hosting trump's townhall tonight. Yeah. Very worked up a bunch of Weiner Hollywood people are upset that. NBC's allow a platform for trump he's the president. He's running for reelection. Of course, you put them on and it's up against Biden's ABC townhall. So what which was previously scheduled, they don't like this because Biden's was first. Everyone's into suppression right now they're telling network not to run a town hall with the president was running for reelection. The canceled culture? Point looked at that's right up there with some of the others have you ever looked at the NBC news website Whoa like The Washington Post and the El Segundo ta all anti-trump stuff more than the other two networks much more. Yeah. Now they're they're they're. So that's. People they're inviting and those people are upset because, hey, you're not supposed to be supporting this guy in any way don't give them a platform that's MSNBC to. It's all in the same family. It's all the same FEM. Let's just play. These people are really pumped up full of their own gas. They're they're going to tell the NBC network what what what to run It's the canton went to run it. Yeah. Well, they're canceled about that. We got more coming nor people who try to cancel anybody a bunch of buffoons self-important self-righteous windbags. Jumping Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP everywhere in every place. You'll never get away from us. An announcement today by analyst. At the Disneyland resort. As lost an estimated two point, two, billion dollars in revenue. Throwing the two hundred sixteen day closure. Of. Disney's Anaheim theme parks. That would be Disneyland Disney California Adventure Disneyland Hotel didn't these Grand California Hotel Paradise Pier Hotel Downtown Disney. They all closed in mid March and then at all the other hotels and all the other restaurants in all the other shops. In that area. The Disneyland resort generated an estimated three point eight billion dollars in revenue. Last year you've to stick destroyed a big city. They destroyed Anaheim at a Gavin newsome's office. No pushback. Finally yesterday. Bob Jpc. Oh, went on CNBC and said Newsom as being arbitrary, and there's no science involved here. It's shocking. Because newsome has guns to enforce is Is Provision. Is really what it comes down to. They could open up Disney people show up and what would happy to you'd have a force come over I. Come with the clipboards, and then if you didn't obey the clipboard crowd what happens next. Armed officers forcibly shutting the place down. And you know why everybody's agreed to live under this kind of terror tyrannical dictatorial rule it because it's it's lazy and it's easy to micromanage the large gathering places. Where the virus is still spreading, and we've talked about this many times before are probably in places where people have to go to work because they can't work from home they barely make a living now they struggle. So they need to go whatever that workplaces if it's restaurant or a meat processing plant and they come home to crowded households because again they're poor and they need to live in close proximity to other people to save money on rent they can't deal with that. I'm talking about the government people what's so instead they just drop these large proclamations dealing with any imagined mass spreading at big gathering. You knew showed up in Sacramento yesterday. But one hundred protesters the private events industry that's the weddings banquets. They're like, they say we're caught in zero land because we don't even know what are. What are categorization is we have no idea what even considered and we're just not allowed to resume our business. It's killing us. Yeah. Because it's all arbitrary. They don't have any data or science to tell you how many people can be a wide open outdoor area. Obviously the chances of getting it, the outdoors are very tiny. Miniscule. Sunlight wind space. Not Conducive to getting a virus, any kind of virus. And I am surprised in Disney's case that I would have thought that they would have spent so much money on. So many UH legislators campaigns over the years that they'd be a whole Disney Caucus of Democrats and Republicans who'd be loyal. I mean I've even heard peop- from the Orange County. State legislators no. Another red yesterday is they did work out a deal finally with their unionized employees who are ready to return to work because there was this concern about workplace conditions, the unions, for example, the unions got the the bill passed. To restrict freelance work, right? That's all from Union influence. They had their union lackey Lorena Gonzalez Pass that bill that we've been talking about Uber lift issue. So, how come the unions with all their money that they've paid because the money is is is the whole game you bribe you bribe in the form of donations. Not just to the campaigns, but the fake nonprofits, the under the table donations, the hiring of the relatives of the politician, all network bowl system. So the unions must done a lot of that Disney must have done a lot of. The trade associations that represent the entertainment industry hotels restaurants must have done a lot of that no payoff this time or didn't they spend the money Surprise me because this is that's a huge loss two, billion dollars. I think they would have more influence to get going because because politicians jet generally don't do. The right thing or the wrong thing based on the merits of the argument or based on their judgment it's based on who pays the most money. A lot of stuff was exist because of who was the highest bidder? That's How politics runs especially in California, which is deeply corrupt. And everyone knows it. But everybody media talks around it. Now. We're stuck with stories about how they're trying to micromanage Halloween and the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays to come I mean we saw them do this back before the fourth of July and then Labor Day they get all worked up because we think you're going to have gatherings and all my God it's it's going to be out of control again it's like you Sit Down and calm down. You know what? I was watching the documentary and Fidel Castro the other night even he didn't do stuff like this. It didn't have a virus. No. What I'm saying is he didn't he like he didn't try to micromanage Halloween. I mean, this is really unprecedented. They're actually doing things that even dictators don't bother doing the minutia of people's lives. I mean, I'm looking at a story here. You know the are not. which is the spread rate. Per Person in other words when it's one. In theory one person would affect one other person and it's apparently just climbed over to like one point Oh five, oh my God they're all. They had you know what? Whatever their metric is three later they change it and then they change it again and they change it again, they've always got some metric two point two they got. That's why they made up the racial imbalance metric. Having a people of color and people of low income or now their rate is too high. It's like you didn't bring that up for seven months. Now that's the metric. The metric was breaking the curve, which is broken April. I. Thought it was a hospitalization rate that's been down since April We never overloaded the hospitals of the ICU's of the ventilators. happened. But that was the original metrics now now they're looking for weird stuff. To what's you're theory after the election they back off this or they continue to be control freaks. Theory. I don't understand what's going on. I think it's it's you think it's because they want to be controlling I actually do then I would argue that they'll continue this Yes I mean unless it really was about not giving trump any good news, which is what Barbara Ferrer suggested. Yeah I'll note that exception but other than that my belief in human nature see people get caught up in political debates about liberal conservative and Right, left all that garbage. It's about the control freaks in life grow up it get jobs in government from top to bottom. From the little nitty who writes you a parking ticket if you're media, your meter has expired to the governor. It's the same. Issue with them they they want to control other people. They want people to live the way they think you should live. Ants very powerful and when you have one party. Then they're going to have. A certain set of issues that they're obsessed with. The Republicans have this stuff to. Do, but it's different. There right in this case in California, it's like climate change they're obsessed with that issue they're obsessed with that issue and they're not doing what it takes to manage the forest. All they want to talk about is whether or not you have an electric car beginning of the year twenty, thirty, five, they don't have. They don't have a real passion for worrying about money successful businesses. About, whether individuals or families are making enough money because look at the taxation rates, they're huge right look at the energy rates they're huge and it's all imposed by Sacramento they created the high taxes they created the high energy rates they created the high gas prices. So they obviously don't care how hard it is for people to struggle in the middle of poorer classes doesn't matter to them doesn't matter about businesses businesses. If they're successful means, they're employing a lot of people means they're making a lot of money to hire more people care about that. We got more coming up. John Ken show John Kobylt. Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio. APP. We'd be talking to a state Senator John Warlock from Orange County. After the news at five o'clock UC we talked about on a fiscal is A. CPA but this is different. This is dealing with the mentally ill had mentioned during the show yesterday that they need to take a closer look. At, one of the Longtime California laws, the Lantern Petris Short Act. which was signed by Governor, Reagan in nineteen, sixty seven. And it deals with. The mentally ill and how it needs a lot of reform. Well, it it. It closed all the practical effect was closed all the state most of the state mental hospitals and left local. CITIES AND COUNTIES TO DEAL WITH The. Mentally ill. Second. Part of it was he couldn't force anybody into. Into mental health treatment. Or drug treatment. West. There is extreme circumstances and even then only for a short period of time. Without the involuntary hold yet. So it radically changed I mean everybody's got the right now to be on the street and acting crazy and they've had this right since nineteen sixty seven and it was a terrible terrible law and there's so much wasted gas arguing about the homeless so much just nonsense debate that goes on the whole number of the homeless is mental illness and drug addiction. The whole nub of the mental illness issue is this law from nineteen, sixty seven. Because otherwise, you should be able to force crazy people people are. Crazy. In the streets intimate tree and we can't do that. At. least not except for a very short period of time or in very exceptional circumstances. Now, here's something from the literary world. There is a book out called. Breaking through bias. And the author is trying to help and that's not so relevant to this but they're trying to help women in the workplace try to dispel female stereotypes. And it may help them in achieving success. But here's the best part of this quick article about the book. It presents four phrase that make you sound weak. To Your co-worker. Your word choices can build you up or tear you down. Here's how speaking won't discredit your confidence or ability to perform. If, you've ever been around. Young women particularly teenage girls. You can probably guess what of the words is can either of you guess like? Like. Isn't his number one on the list? The use of like and superfluous ways has become ubiquitous among young women girls. I can't talk to people who do that. We like should pursue that plan or is that like necessary step to take like I, run out of the room What somebody says like maybe just one time and not like like like you get one. You get one but you know what? I'm talking about. Sometimes it's about every. So. Annoying, yeah. I really I really thought I call a crutch word when somebody just can't transition their brain fast enough they land on like I I really thought that kind of stuff would people would outgrow it. As, they got older and then I've run into many constantly. Sometimes, I'm just walking outside. There's a group of women behind me. I hear it like like like women in their fatty. Talk. The. Talk like they're seventeen years old. Another one is just Apparently some people do overuse the word just I just need just need just check I was just checking on you I just just just just just A third word that I think you're familiar with people using overusing this too much at. It's two words show though awesome. Oh you know you know. They call it a filler fray similar to go in ask basically eight something like avenue. It's usually positioned. Right next to like. Like you know. The story goes on to explain how off putting. The over use of the word. Words you know, are they undercut your ability to project an image of competence, authority and confidence, and the last one which is kind of interesting is feel. Never workplace you overuse the word feel you need to tell people what you think about an issue not how you feel and you're right because that is not based on facts. It's data, right? Your feelings and men are specially put off. By people who talk about their feelings in the workplace, you can say I feel cold right now because it's men are put off by feelings. I in general I know all right but said since there's Half the workplace more than half the workplaces now women. And that was not committed word either feel is not a committed because there's no proof behind feelings feelings be you're having some kind of disruption today right? Doesn't mean that the situation warrants the way you feel it just means that you're having a feeling. Like you know how I feel like you know how I feel yeah it's just my feelings. I agree with all that you don't do any of that to you know not a single one now that we're. We're on alert. We're GONNA feel that you're just so awesome like I can't. Put Awesome near the top as well. When somebody uses the word? Awesome. I want to leave the room. Now that tells you pair. Yeah. Totally. Totally is another one. So it's all valley girl stuff from thirty five years whatever yeah that too. She knows a lot yeah Haiku. Valley girl I am right for sure for sure. Totally. I try not to use those words full disclosure bring do we're going to be on top of things are next to coming up John Morlock to talk about the the worst law on the books involving homelessness it's the Letterman Petris Short Act L. P. S. signed in nineteen, sixty, seven by Ronald. Reagan it's. It's a big big reason why you have so many people wandering the streets they're crazy. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou. Kfi Am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Well. There's a bit of a stand down here on the West Coast I had figured. Trump and Biden would be doing dueling town halls on television but not in this time zone. Right. Now Joe Biden. is on the ABC Channel Seven Network doing a live. Town Hall with George Stephanopoulos as the host and people asking questions from the. Sure unbiased audience. But the trump townhall will be on delay and will come our way. It's only one hour I think at eight o'clock tonight on NBC so so ABC zone they're not on against each. Is that is that up to the local affiliates or I don't know but I just looked at the guide and I was flip around the channels and it says it's not trump's not coming onto later on I know that won't be live because he won't be sitting there delivery. Reward are they going to repeat? Biden? They didn't look they because they eight o'clock much bigger audience at five o'clock. That's true. Will Run it twice they might run it twice check that during the next bill announce how much how much larger the rating is. which is what tricks Networks do they'll run something two or three times and then talk about the super rating than you find out. Well, you ran often enough. Let's get to John Morlock here. This this is of all the issues as we prattling endlessly about vagrants littering the streets. This is the one that I think is is central to it and it's not discussed. Very much at all. And it is a law called and this is named after legislators the Lantern Petris Short Act. L. P. S.. Nineteen, sixty seven, it was zoomed through the legislature in the final minutes of the session Ronald Reagan signed it into law. And often people say, well, you know Reagan's long close the mental institutions. and. That is true and it was because of this law. And It was a bad idea was a stupid thing. He did he should have vetoed it. However. They think they win the argument when they say that it's like, no, that was fifty three years ago. We've had plenty of Democrats and Republicans running this states nineteen sixty-seven who should have reversing. Or modified it at least center state Senator John Morlock as from Orange County Anaheim thrown at del Mar Costa Mesa. and. I. Found that he had written a piece which is online. That analyzes the origins and the effects of this lantern. Petra Short Act I wanted to become a wanted to come on and talk about it John. How are you? I'm doing good to be with you again, joining in I. Imagine most people don't even know this thing exists. Can you explain in So then everyone could understand. The main tenets of this this law. But you did a really good job in introducing it. But in the late sixties there was a study that was done with dubious study that said that are institutions were cruel and unusual and harmful and everything should be closed in there. Then they saw the movie one, hundred, the CUCKOO's nest and thought it was a documentary and and it wasn't, and so they said we will. Move Mentally, ill patients out of the institutions and into community services and facilities. So they closed the institutions but never built the community facilities, and so they went out on the streets and then after they went out on the streets, they committed crimes that went to the jails. So now the largest mental institution in Orange County is the downtown jail and Santa and the same as trooper. La County their central jail is the largest mental institution in in Los Angeles County, and so we have failed as a state who build these facilities to provide reasonable care for families and loved ones, and it needs to be fixed and you're right. It's language for fifty years and every attempt that we've tried and we did five bills this year that had to be scuttled because of toby nineteen but. They have a pretty much said that these individuals even though they are severely mentally ill still have civil rights and they have to decide whether or not they want treatment either volunteer or involuntary and otherwise. You can't do anything with them. So they're out on the streets, but we wouldn't let someone with Alzheimer's or dementia out on the streets, and if we saw someone having a heart attack, we'd get an ambulance real quick if they were having on the street but the Democrats have pretty much said, no, they have civil rights and if they wanna be there that's their business not ours and that was that was the second part of this. L.. P. S. law is it allowed people to live out on the streets even though they're severely mentally ill nobody could force them. into, treatment except in the most extreme circumstances and even then mostly formally short time. You have fifty one fifties and similar holes in bones or oats. But for seventy two hours, we also have Laura's law which I've been working on for years which also provides for a judge to tell severely mentally ill person to undergo an assisted outpatient treatment plan. Once you diagnose them correctly and give them the proper medication, they can't stabilize normalize. And the debate with the Democrats always comes down to they have the civil right to act like a lunatic and terrorize people in the streets. Their civil rights are more important than ours. Do you think they really all legitimately believe that or is there somebody else bankrolling the opposition? There's some other agenda that we're not saying. Well. It's interesting because I did it bill sp six, forty last year in what's hurt again, it was a two year bill early this this year in January and it expanded the. Gravely disabled so that we could put longer holds involuntary holds on people and get them normalized since stabilized and it failed in the Health Committee in the Senate, not because I didn't because the Democrats voted down because I couldn't get enough. Yes. Votes a lot of the Democrats just sort of. Didn't vote so I couldn't get up to four. So it's I can't say that they all oppose doing something for the homeless they just are scared or just unwilling right who they scared of I just hard to imagine any reasonable person would against this idea. So what? What, what, who's pulling the strings here? Why would they be afraid to go on record? Is an organization known his. Disability. Rights. California and they bring up lawyers and they'd just say, Hey, we're GONNA sue you if you do this and instead of saying fine sue us we're going to treat these people get him out of ten, get him up skid row and get 'em normalized and get them back to their families because by the time they figure out that they can live a normal life on proper medication. They're gonNA look at us and say, why did you leave me on the streets for so long and it would would the lawsuit have any legitimate basis? Is there something constitutionally that prevents? The state from pudding severely mentally people away and forced them into treatment. But we seem to get. People, people, special rights. That's why you have group homes and you can't seem to do anything about them if they're disruptive neighborhoods so it would it would be an interesting legal case and I apologize I'm not a lawyer and I'm not into the weeds on the detail, but it would be a debate over civil rights because we had this up until nineteen sixty seven. Right. So it didn't seem to violate the constitution, all those years, all those decades. And families appreciated the fact that if they have severely mentally ill child that. Was Now an adult at least there was a place where they could go and and be protected and not have to face the outdoors and figure out how to survive. The Democrats can't possibly think this is a good outcome that their. In refusing. To to to change this law I, mean look at what's going on in the streets. Over the Can't think they can't possibly think this. This is a good thing for us. Like mayor Garcetti trying to push a rope. Right. you've got the homeless, but you don't you've and you've got the solutions but you don't implement. And all the pressure from the public about the homelessness and the general chaos has move anybody I. Mean. They've certainly got plenty of phone calls and emails and Complaints and protests, and they're getting yelled at all the time I know they are and it doesn't seem to change anything I. It's shocking how resistant they are to this And we even the bill this year S B twelve, fifty, four, which would. Provide something in between can you know a stronghold in a conservative? for people that are out on the streets that need maybe a relative to help them with certain items. It's sort of like a conservative shit like for adults and I couldn't even get that passed the chair of Senate judiciary, senator? Hannah-beth Jackson she just felt that they had civil rights and we just bill was not gonna go anywhere. And a conservative was like like like like like something that would be in between like the compromise to get something done right to have a family member takeover over there. The decisions on their care. Exactly, and they were against that. They were against that and and you know it was really amazing when we sp six forty and have the testimony, a lobbyist showed up and he sat down to be one of my two witnesses and preceded tell everybody in Sacramento that his mother was schizophrenic and how we were missing out on figuring out how to help people and it was it was so moving and I didn't expect him to testify didn't tell me but he he told everybody in his community what his family life was like it was very moving very personal any and said, we've got to get moving on on some kind of solution for these individuals. John. I I just stunned how stubborn So, many government are this is such an overwhelming problem I mean before the virus at the top issue among La residents. Ninety five percents of the top issue was was the homelessness. And it's it's driven by mental illness drug addiction. Almost oliver and everybody everybody's upset about it. Everybody talks about it every day and can't get any movement on any level of government. It's fascinating at some perverse way. Well. If I get reelected I'll try again next year. All right. Thanks for coming on? You Bet. Thanks for having me. I state Senator John Morlock, accounting and again, it's because they don't want to deal with that issue. They think it's all just about getting people into housing and everything will be fine. They do not want to look at the mental health side of this they do not want to talk about conservative ship. They never move on that because that's like Oh. We don't go there because it's all about just housing. That's the problem, the house capitalist economy. Well it's their own capitalism because then they could take tax money and reward all their buddies who are contractors and consultants. John and Ken show. John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Breaking news this morning that the coronavirus is infected the Biden Harris campaign like they're turning into solemn breaking news. Here is a network news update. Now a couple of people associated with De, campaigns. Did. Test positive for the corona virus. Say Cavalier Harris Oh. I now is. It do make it sound every. frigging to get everybody's medical for every person in the country are going to get bulletins on when everybody gets sick of all the diseases and viruses. All the cancers everything out there. Just. Updating what we opened the our. No Joe Biden's townhall on ABC television, and by the way it's called the people in the vice president. A special edition of Twenty twenty. which your Stephanopoulos will not be played later tonight, it is only here locally from five to seven. ABC Channel Seven is not replaying I looked at the guide. Instead. They're going with I witness news when this is over I. Guess I think Biden's ratings killer. The trump event was delayed by NBC here locally and will not air I. Think it's. Because I just talked to a guy. In the hallway and he was watching it I don't know what channel because he said that Savannah Guthrie was arguing with trump about Q. on I wonder if it's on. The case channel or didn't check. MSNBC. Or the rest of the maybe they are showing it live that would make sense. I. Guess. But it's not on our channel for their still doing their newscast. We found out earlier today from Karl Demayo with Reform California, dot, Org, and of course, they were the folks that got Josh Newman out of office, the state senator from the Fullerton area who raised your gas taxes and then seem quite proud of it. He's trying to get that Senate seat back by the way we'll be talking and we think tomorrow to Ling Ling Chang. Who after the newsome recall got that Newman recall got that office and we hope she hangs onto a toner voter guide but reform California's surveyed all a whole lot of people. Who told them a number of them? They believe it comes out to about one out of every ten. have. Received balancing era. As. You know California's going with a straight mail in ballot this year you can vote in person if you want to. If there's a name on was made by the governor to send everybody on the voter rolls of California, a mail in ballot if there's a name on the voter roll, then name gets ballots sent to whatever addresses listed. But what Reform California found out is that At at at ten percent. Eight out of the ten percent. People got ballots the wrong person. Then? You can guess wrong household somebody used to live there dead people came in a legal immigrant ballots. That's right a half a percent was dead people. And about three quarters duplicate ballots they got to sent to them. few illegal aliens got as well according to this survey. And they they have names than quotes, testimonials attached they got. Out of the faulty ballots. And the reasons are easy. This is no conspiracy theory here. This is dopey government. They don't maintain the voter rolls. They don't clean them up certain percentage people move every year so they move out. Different part of the city different part of the county of the State New People move into those homes and apartments. A they. Don't keep track of this. Sometimes. There'll be several names with the same address. One person said, they got eleven ballots. Levin different. Names. One person said they got two or three ballots people two or three ballots with the same name who knows what? The Motor Program. Your new driver, you automatically get enrolled as a voter. Number of illegal aliens automatically got enrolled when they got their driver's licenses was supposed to be that way. But remember the DMV's computer system is from nineteen, seventy eight. So clearly, this is happening and people use those ballots sentence era to vote. It could particularly in smaller races definitely affect the outcome. Now reformed. California dot org still collecting evidence. Carl announced on our show if you do want to send. Any evidence photos of your receiving ballots in era than just go to reform California dot org can find out more and how you can participate have been sending US stories. But if you really want to be part of the biggest in two, she was murdered it's eighteen years later. Yeah. Right. So God knows who's dead. Who knows what anybody remembers anymore I mean that would be that would be crazy. That'd be sick. Sick. Obviously killed her and the baby. So obviously, he ought to be put to death. I think NEWSOM GONNA turn them loose. Well, but just commute the sentence. That's you know in this way he is. Sure He may just be a white guy that could be a problem for him. Although newsom a reverse parole on a cop, killer he did. He did I. Think we talked about that story last time Jerry Brown denied the parole as a cop killer from San Diego many years ago I. Guess He wasn't GonNa cry. He wasn't going to cross that line three weeks before the election. Who knew some news yeah? It was you start letting go cop killers then you really. Iran I ask for it. We got more coming up Johnny Ken Kfi Debra Mark. 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Portions of the following program where be recorded I to straighten everybody out between six and ten PM wasn't for me in the show the whole world would be over I to be the guy every night I got called holes out for the whole reef that they produce every single night. It's up to me the Tim Conway Junior show does I gotta do it weeknights at six? My back my shoulder on KFI. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. All, right the. Typical Elsa Times fashion. What they love to cover when There was rioting and looting like after the LAKER victory. Sunday over the Miami Heat which gave them the NBA Championship. Thousands of people decided to go outside of staples. Center and celebrate even though they were told not to come the game was not shown there was no reason to go. They went anyway and a number of them decided to start breaking windows and looting. So that's when the police said, this gathering must and. And to do that looks like they use police, horses but they. Also use what they describe as non lethal. Projectiles. To get the people to move to go home to get out of the gathering place where there's too many of them and storefronts are being damaged. The term is an unlawful gathering. Well of course, the also times features the headline. One man's I exploded another lost eighteenth. Apparently the police use some sort of. Projectile and this twenty, two year old man William Gonzales got hit in the right I it shattered his eye-socket ripped apart is tear duck and exploded the eyeball itself according to doctors interview now is the. Time by that time, the riot had gotten violent. It was a riot. and. Businesses were getting damaged. License people doing that once the cops say this is an unlawful gathering you go it it's it's hard to talk about this because it's going to be well, you are insensitive. Look. Would you go out in the middle of the street in front of cops who have those projectile guns and they've told you to get out of here and you know they're gonNA fire them would you stay there? Of course not. And what are the COPS supposed to I? Guess this is where they should have called in a social worker. or I guess they would need what thousand social workers social worker for every protester to for every writer. Also allies, you'll even go there in the first place. Why would you go? We? All knew that if people are going to gather at a place like staple center to the Lakers, win the world championship some of them going to start breaking windows and the cops ain't GonNa like it. Why would you go there? You don't go. Out in public late at night when there's some bizarre celebration going on, you don't do that because you might get injured or killed I somebody. If it isn't from one of the rioters, it's got to be one of the cops. Were the cop if the cops the cops didn't use guns, they didn't use weapons that killed. It was just bad luck and. Elsa under times, a scolding cops are supposed to shoot at the mid section. Okay Weiner wider right. I'll give you one of these guys. Let's see how accurate you are. Yeah. I. Don't think in the frenzy it's that easy. You can't. You can't hit your target that exactly. You have the responsibility. To get off the street go home. If the guy stays home and just drinks with his buddies. He's not going lose his I. Why are you going to? Take on a police squadron and horses when they when they have weapons plus there's cove, it should not gathering sets, right? Oh. Yeah. They had to quell a health emergency shelter games. Dr Freyre would what how does she feel about this? It's important to break up these large gatherings. Tim Conway Jr here is Hey Nah. We got Doctor Dr Ray coming on tonight Dr. Rakish. Sherry. That's always cool. talked a little Cova then Jane Wells going on talk about the port of Los Angeles breaking all records with volume huge economic indicator plus Hawaii is open again on their tourism went down by ninety five percent since you know it was really opened up. That's that's horrible ninety five percent, and then we have Ryan Verna common. He's dad was the police officer that was killed in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three, and the guy that did it might be getting out of jail or prison soon, and then Petro's on at eight o'clock and boom little story and then right back with the whole schedule again tomorrow. Dodger gaming coming on until ten. Saturday the can play double header on Saturday and. Sunday horrible. I had seen that anywhere. Horrible, it's the worst. Dog, there is Jessica. Kfi Am six forty. We are more stimulating talk. K. F. I K. O. S. T. HD two. Orange County. Everywhere on the iheartradio APP. On the lookout, I'm Gina Grad Live from the twenty four hour newsroom. The LAPD is asking for the public's help to find driver of a fatal hit and run in the San Fernando Valley. The city is offering a fifty thousand dollar reward to identify and catch the drivers is a little troubling that somebody didn't stop for this captain. Andy Nyman says Monday morning at around five thirty vehicle going southbound onto Panga Canyon Boulevard. From the one eighteen struck a man in his early sixties, the man died on scene because of the impact and the evidence at the scene, there's going to be severe damage to this vehicle, particularly the windshield and as well as some of the side windows appear to have been broken Nyman V. State. Law requires drivers in a hit and run stop and offer aid Steve Gregory Kfi news brought to you by sweet James Bergener. Man, who allegedly fired at CHP officers and Cal Trans, workers along the six zero five at Catala has died. This HP says the man fired near a from near a tent under some brush. This morning then went back in the tent CHP officer Dwayne. Graham says, there was a standoff then officers. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty. Live everywhere, the iheartradio APP pay the Moist Line is tomorrow one, eight, seven, seven voiced eighty-six room for some more messages from you. One, eight, seven, seven. Six, six, four. Seven, eight, eight, six. And? Yes. MSNBC is carrying trump the townhall live right now from Florida. MSNBC BUT NOT, the NBC Channel Four that you get. I was watching on channel seven, the Biden debt, and now he assumed the vice president not with the sound up but just watching the scroll go by and it's kind of funny because they had a split screen with Biden on the right and a young black man standing on the left and he stood up and challenged Biden and he says do you have anything to say young black people other than you ain't black? No. That's the man that Biden went on a long long long rambling road of an answer. I have no idea how it played with the audio on, but the scroll was going and going and going and going and I'm watching. The Guy who asked the question and he starting to lean a little bit and his eyes are starting to glaze over. And you ain't black show has gone on and on and on, and they came to the end and I looked like there was a pause and then George Stephanopoulos said so I didn't answer your question. Yeah and and the guy goes that's what politicians do the guy goes. Pretty on this on the scroll. Dot Dot I think so and. Then I realized that that a standing ovation. So he went on another long long long answer and the guy still standing there with a frozen look kinda space and Joe is talking and talking and talking and again. I. Maybe made sense maybe they. Just visual in the scroll. It was really funny I caught a couple of minutes of it. had the volume up and. Mean Joe really is the goofy uncle. You know when he comes to Thanksgiving maybe a little too Hansie with some of the relatives. Also what I saw was the question was over, there were going to go to a commercial break, but I saw by local state to answer your question that I take care of you are you okay Said you can talk to me later if you want he's supposed to be. They think he's the great bipartisan hope that he's the one. That's going to unify the country get the parties to sit down and figure out the issues. Really. Good Lord. Oh, he's he's still answering the question of the next woman POW middle aged woman with blonde hair. She s something about his crime bill from the nineteen nineties and that was. That must must've been seven or eight minutes ago. It's Savannah Guthrie in the trump tell whole Florida. Well no not really I just saw one or two questions. One woman was it about obamacare but they're all spaced out song. She's like an outdoor plaza. And the people are seated way apart from each other I guess the participants couldn't tell, but everybody's so far apart because of course, trump has had cove it. So you know. Wearing a mask, nobody's going to take a front row seat. Chris Christie Got Outta the hospital finally. So I forgot about him and he says he's he'll be wearing a mask regrets we're in a mask that Supreme Court party yeah. Well, I mean after you got it Yep. Now. You Guide cells speaking of the Supreme Court the California Supreme Court. has ordered a trial judge to consider whether or not here's a flashback, Scott Peterson's conviction for murdering his wife Lacy and their unborn son. Should be, overturned. Now, let's make this clear because when people see the headlines they're thinking Oh. My God, they think he's innocent. Not. Exactly. A couple of months ago they overturned his death sentence on appeal. The lawyers for Peterson and I don't think. That it's what's his name anymore no gary coach is not part of this though these are the professional death penalty appeals lawyers. They believed that the convictions should be overturned as well, and this particular case revolves around juror number seven. On, the grounds that juror number seven committed prejudicial misconduct by not disclosing her prior involvement with other legal proceedings including but not limited to being the victim of a crime. Her name is Rochelle niece you might remember this woman she was the one juror that stood out my memory. And she had the bright red hair. I don't remember her. Yeah. Yeah, and there was. Some kind of issue with her she was also at the press conference after the verdict went down when I, when I saw her photo today, I, remember remember. Yeah. But but she had some issue because she had a restraining order with It was her boyfriend's girlfriend for harassing her when she was pregnant. Yeah. One of those deals and so she was questioned you know the what do they call that I can never pronounce it. Dear Year. Yeah Question. Your question is a juror and they try to decide if you have any terrible biases that would prevent you from serving fairly a jury. And they said, are you have you ever been? A victim of a crime. Or ever been involved in a lawsuit and she said, no. And from what I heard, she didn't look at this harassment as being criminal even though technically it is. I asked her she'd been the victim of a crime or involved in a lawsuit right said no to both questions. So did she lie or not lie or? Is it a crime if it what's Even reported as a crime. You know is filing a restraining order a lawsuit against she didn't understand all that because he did file a lawsuit to get the restraining order against the woman, right right. But in her layman's mind, that's not a lawsuit right that in fact, the woman was tried convicted and got a week in jail for threatening the unborn child show seen in disclose it nobody found out she served and and they say well biased, you're now you have to do it all over again. Which? And what what what the Supreme Court is saying is not that he deserves a new trial they're saying it's a serious issue and the state has to respond to the Superior Court judge why? This issue should be ignored. The state has to say it wasn't that big a deal not enough to overturn the verdict. According to this story. She was one of two holdouts for convicting Peterson of first degree murder. That's weird. So well, it may have played no part in it so she actually did not want to convict him. Eventually, he was convicted of first degree murder I guess they convinced the holdouts Of Lacy second-degree murder of the fetus. And then the death penalty issue had to do with. With jurors being struck from the jury because they oppose the death penalty. But according to the law, you can oppose the death penalty and still serve on a death penalty. Jive will have an open mind, right? Yeah. That's that's the trick you have to say is I will have an open mind even though I oppose. Attorneys don't want somebody like that on, but apparently, you can't dismiss somebody just for that reason. and. So that's why the death sentence was overturned that can be retried again. And in this climate who knows? Maybe. It was the kidnappers in the Brown van. goghs tried to get the do a jury. Now, he always satanic cults. That's what it was right with with the jury to try to get a jury together I mean a new trial together now. With witnesses. Doubt Two thousand and two she was murdered eighteen years later. Yeah. Right. So God knows who's dead who knows what anybody remembers anymore. I mean at that would be that would be crazy. That'd be SEC. All sick. Obviously killed her and the baby. So obviously, he ought to be put to death. I think is going to turn them loose. Well but just commute the sentence. That's what you know in this way he is. Sure. He made just a white guy that could be a problem for him. Although newsom reversed a parole on a cop killer he did. He did I think we talked about that story last time Jerry Brown denied the parole as a cop killer from San Diego many years ago. I? Guess he wasn't GonNa cry. He wasn't going to cross that line three weeks before the election. Who knew some? Yeah. So it was I, you start letting go cop killers really. Iraq. Asking for. It. We got. John and Ken show John. Kobylt. Ken. Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. All right the. Typical. El. Segundo Times fashion. What they love to cover when? There, rioting and looting after the LAKER victory. Sunday over the Miami Heat which gave him the NBA Championship. Thousands of people decided to go outside of staple center and celebrate even though they were told not to come the game was not shown. There was no reason to go. They went anyway and a number of them decided to start breaking windows and looting. So that's when the police said, this gathering must end. And to do that looks like they use police, horses but they. Also use what they describe as non lethal. Projectiles. To get the people to move to go home to get out of the gathering place where there's too many of them and storefronts are being damaged. The term is an unlawful gathering. Well, of course, the El Segundo Times features the headline. One man's I exploded another lost eight teeth. Apparently. The police use some sort of hard phone projectile and this twenty two year old man William Gonzales got hit in the right I. IT shattered his eye-socket ripped apart is tiered duck and exploded the eyeball itself according to doctors interview now the. Time by that time, the riot had gotten violent. It was a real riot. And it once again, businesses were getting damaged. People. Doing that once the cops say this is an unlawful gathering I, go it. It's it's hard to talk about this because right away it's going to be able you are insensitive. Look. Would you go out in the middle of the street in front of cops who have those projectile guns and they've told you to get out of here and you know they're gonNA fire them would you stay there? Of course not. And what the COP's supposed to do I guess, this is where they should have called in a social worker. or I guess they would need what thousand social workers social worker for every protester to for every rioter. Don't go. Go there in the first place. Why would you we all knew that if people are going to gather at a place like staples center after the Lakers, win the world championship, some of them are going to start breaking windows in the cops ain't GonNa like it. Why would you go there? You don't go. Out in public late at night when there's some bizarre celebration going on, you don't do that because you might get injured or killed by somebody. If it isn't from one of the rioters it's got to be one of the cops. What are the COP? If the cops didn't use guns, they didn't use weapons that killed. It was just bad luck and and the. Else under times is scolding well, cops you're supposed to shoot at the midsection. Okay. Weiner Ryder Right I'll give you one of these guns. Let's say accurate you are yeah. I think in the frenzy it's that easy. You can't you. You can't hit your target that exactly. You have the responsibility. To get off the street go home. If the guy stays home and just drinks with his buddies. He's not going to lose his I. Why are you going to? Take, on a police squadron horses when they had when they have weapons plus there's covert there should. Assets, right. They had to quell a health emergency or is he helps regain. Its about. Doctor. How does she feel about this? It's important to break up these large gatherings. Tim Conway Jr it here is how? We got Doctor Dr. Ray. Coming on tonight Dr Rake Sherry that's always cool. talked a little Cova then Jane Wells coming on talking about the port of Los Angeles breaking all records with volume huge economic indicator plus Hawaii is open again. They're they're tourism went down by ninety, five percent since. It was really opened up. That's that's horrible ninety five percent, and then we Ryan Verna come on he's dad was the police officer that was killed in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three and the guy that did it might be getting out of jail or prison soon, and then Petro's on at eight o'clock and boom little story and then right back with the whole schedule tomorrow. Dodger. Gaming coming onto ten. Saturday, they're gonNA play double header on Saturday doubleheader on. Sundays. Horrible. I had seen that anywhere. Horrible it's the worst. Dog Is Jackie. The. 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