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Fresh update on "katie" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:31 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "katie" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"My kids anywhere near that campus. Got some more emails here. I was looking at the Arizona constitution and this was on there. So wouldn't Hobbes be responsible for all the voting problems. Here's what they wrote. The Secretary of State shall provide through the instructions and procedures manual adopted pursuant to section 16, four, 5, two, the maximum allowable wait time for any election that is subject to section 16 two O four and provide for a method to reduce voter wait time at the, wow, wow. To reduce voter wait time at the polls in the primary and general elections. The method shall consider at least all of the following for primary or general elections in each precinct that comes from, I believe that Sharon and Arizona look, of course it's on Katie Hobbs. Of course, it looks exactly like what it is. She was the one running these elections, she presided over it. And this is what we got. She wanted to win. And she did everything she could to make sure she won. Yeah, write that up media matters. Appreciate ya. Got another one in from Jay about Marc Elias, laws of the First Amendment and the Second Amendment may rest on free and fair elections, respect for Mark Elias. Okay, okay. And this guy is saying, would you also have respect for Hitler? No, no, no. Understand what I'm saying. Understand what I'm saying. I'm saying we need to play like that. I've said this for a long time. The left plays to win and the right just plays, particularly the Republicans, Republicans just play. They're out there, they're on TV. They're doing interviews. They're saying, oh, we're going to do this. Oh, we're going to do that. We're going to have a big investigation. Everything's going to happen. And nothing ever comes of it. And then Marc Elias, he doesn't need to back brag. He doesn't need to boast. He just puts up W's. That's what I'm saying, folks. Put a W's. They knew, all right? They knew there was a problem. With those printers, when people couldn't get Tyler Boyer, we had him on, couldn't get his vote scan. All right, he couldn't get it because of the ink and did they extend the voting times America but county. Did they extend it? No. Thanks for listening. Make sure to click and subscribe and get your infest tickets and fest dot com. For more, on many of these stories and news you can trust. Go to Charlie Kirk dot com..

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Arizona county certifies election after judge's order

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

Arizona county certifies election after judge's order

"A judge's order has pushed a rural county in Arizona to certify its election results after weeks of resistance. The cochise county board of supervisors voted Thursday to certify their election results following the orders of judge Casey mcginley, who told the supervisors to convene within 90 minutes and certify the results by the end of the day, the same board had to abandon plans to hand count every ballot. Supervisors Peggy Judd and Tom Crosby argued they weren't satisfied that the ballot counting machines had been properly certified, while state and federal officials said they were. The ruling comes after lawsuits by Arizona's Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, a local voter and a group of retirees. Hobbes warned that she might have had to certify statewide results without the numbers from cochise county, whose 47,000 votes went overwhelmingly to Republicans, supervisor and English, the lone Democrat, urged the judge not to wait, saying she thought Crosby was trying to stage a quote SmackDown between the Secretary of State and election deniers. I'm Jennifer King

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Fresh update on "katie" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:03 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "katie" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks. Cory. I mean, I'm looking at something like this. What is the point of certification if it's forced? The point of certification is that you have somewhat the entire process, right? Someone evaluating the process, making sure it's fair, checking the work coming back, saying they agree. This is certification with under duress. And we're looking at this situation. We're not only on top of all this. It's not just, by the way, an election, any old election, it's an election where the person sending the email. Is directly working for the person who is going to become if it evolved this goes through the next governor of Arizona. And I guarantee, by the way, would not be shocked if Corey lauric finds her way into the Arizona governor's management, the next administration, someone goes along, certainly paying very close attention to this. Arjun, in your reporting here, have you ever seen anything like this before in any other election? No, I have in Jack and the people I've talked to from Arizona say they've never seen anything like it either. Firstly, this is the first time that they're being sort of controversial about certifying the results. Canvassing the results in 2020 where the presidential election was contested. This wasn't a problem. They didn't receive threatening letters and emails from the Secretary of State's office for raising concerns about what they thought were sort of issues with the ballots. But it's happening this time. And that's sort of really unprecedented. It's also unprecedented given, as you mentioned, the conflict of interest over here, Corey lauric is Katie Hobbs deputy, Katie Hobbs votes are under sort of contention in these sort of in this certification. So the fact that her top deputy is sending these criminal threats to elected representatives regarding her own superiors votes is somewhat odd over here. And what's really most egregious about this is the fact that this is what they call a ministerial duty because I guess as everybody knows now after January 6th, 2021, watching what happened over there at the capitol. Congress does have the ability to say raise objection, the words that they receive from the various states. And there's a speech and debate clause in the constitution, which protects them from any legislative action that they take during while they raise those objections, any objections that they state on the floor in their speeches. That's a protection they have. They can't be criminally charged for doing that. And there are analogous provisions in all the state constitutions as well for the state legislatures. But for this local board for the Mojave county boards of board of supervisors, all of whom are elected representatives, there's no such protection for them at all. They have to simply sort of do what the state tells them. And if they don't, they'll be criminally charged. That I think is really egregious. And it's quite different from what we at least Americans and voters expect when it comes to election oversight..

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BLM's Patrisse Cullors Admits the Movement Is Founded in Marxism

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:46 min | 4 d ago

BLM's Patrisse Cullors Admits the Movement Is Founded in Marxism

"We are trained marxists that are, quote, super versed in the ideology of Marxism, which is quite a thing to admit, yes, she's not doing that on keyboard television. She's doing it at some left wing oriented meeting or blog. But the fact is, she's admitting admitting to what that she is a disciple of Karl Marx, of the ideology of Marxism, which is responsible for the death of more than a 100 million people in just the 20th century alone that is right now, persecuting Chinese people in China, the largest communist dictatorship in the world today before our very eyes. And also a ideology which, as a pillar, states what of our system, the American system, the western system, that it can not live peacefully. It can not coexist with Marxism. This is the challenge that we will be discussing. It goes straight to the heart of the paper co authored by Mike and my wife, Katie. The Cold War was relatively simple. Why? Because the enemy was so less of great extent, was external. It was the Soviet Union, it was the Warsaw Pact. It was communist Cuba. It was North Korea. It could be pointed at as over there. And the way to deal with it was to defeat it militarily or to undermine ideologically. When the marxists, when the communists are quote unquote, inside the wire, when they're not Soviet tank regiments arrayed across the iron curtain, but they're actually U.S. citizens on U.S. soil with all the rights endowed them by the U.S. Constitution. It's a very, very different challenge.

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Fresh update on "katie" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:48 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "katie" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Jack bloop still in here guest hosting for Charlie Kirk. Two incredible interviews that we have to get into first up Mojave county. The fact that they've under duress had to certify this election were threatened with prison time, threatened with arrest and criminal enforcement. We're going to dig into that and then also senator Sheldon whitehouse targeting, turning point USA and using the agents of the IRS, like the East German Stasi. Big setup folks buckle up here. We go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job. Building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. All right, Jack. In for Charlie Kirk, make sure you're getting your tickets for the upcoming meeting of the mines, the summit that's going to be held and fest dot com promo code hoso is December 17th to the 20th, Phoenix, Arizona, myself, Tucker Carlson, Steve Bannon, Charlie Kirk, Tim pool, Mike lindell. Oh yeah. And so many more will be there. You have to come. We're going to lay out the plan for America. Because we live in a country where things like this happen and our next guest is going to explain it to us because I saw this piece out of the daily caller news foundation, incredible scoop, just tremendous amount of real journalism, by the way. As Rush Limbaugh used to say, a spontaneous act of journalism. But I wouldn't put the daily caller in that category. Because they do journalism every day, exclusive Katie Hobbs office threatened county board with arrest and indictment if they didn't certify the results of the election. And it was by Arjun saying the investigative reporter and we have him on, we haven't won today to discuss this entire situation, Arjun. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you very much for having me, Jack. How are you doing? I'm doing very well. So please go through this email because we've got, we've got listeners here, of course, in Arizona. But we've also got folks outside of Arizona who may not understand the context that all of this went down in this Mojave county, but please walk us through the situation and then walk through your reporting. Sure, Jack. So here's what happened. After election day, all the counties had to meet to essentially canvass the returns, those are technical terms that means certify the results of their counties elections. There weren't any sort of major issues in Mojave county that at least the supervisors brought up. But in Maricopa County, the largest county in Arizona, where Phoenix is located. There have been ongoing problems over there that have been disputes at least among the boards of supervisors. And the Mojave county board decided to delay their certification until November 28th as a political statement according to them. In opposition to what was happening in Maricopa County, where there were so many problems. Now, this is something that really upset Katie Hobbs team. She's still the Secretary of State now until she resigns to assume the governorship presumably later in 2023. And so her team top elections deputy specifically Cory lorek, who's the Arizona state elections director, sent threatening letters and emails to members of the Mojave county board of supervisors. The elected representatives on the board. She said that they would be threatened. They would face legal action, recovery of costs, sanctions against the attorneys who represented them if they did not vote to certify the results on the 28th. She even said that they could be sort of charged under a class 6 felony, Arizona statute, 16, ten, ten if they refused to certify by the 28, which is the deadline under state law. They claim that it was a ministry real duty as opposed to say an act where the board could undertake some due diligence, could audit could hold hearings, could listen to voters before deciding whether or not to certify. And so that was the main drop obviously. Ultimately, they did certify on the 28th, but as the chairman of the board Ron gold said, he was being forced to do so else he would face criminal charges. It was sort of a certification under duress, if you will. And so that's what happened and that's the result of what Corey lauric and Katie Hobbs people at the Arizona Secretary of State's office were doing. And we have the email here. I'm looking at it. I've never seen an email like this in my life. You usually, when you see these types of emails, they're very perfunctory between intra governmental agencies, this is not like that. If you do not perform your ministerial duty to canvass your election results today, we'll have no other choice but to pursue legal action and seek fees and sanctions against the board. Our office will take all legal and necessary action necessary to ensure that Arizona's voters have their votes counted, including referring the individual supervisors who vote not to certify for criminal enforcement under ARS 1610 ten. And then, of course, the ending, please let me know if you have any questions. That's snarky ending there..

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Razorfirst and Sebastian Discuss the Mechanics of Collecting Ballots

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | Last week

Razorfirst and Sebastian Discuss the Mechanics of Collecting Ballots

"I have drawn the following conclusions. Tell me if I'm off base or what's missing, raise the 5th. My take is the following. Where we have normal elections, let's say, two weeks of voting, we should do politics. We should campaign on a message, build a platform, get that candidate in front of as many people as possible and have rallies. Everywhere else, like Pennsylvania with 50 days, Virginia with 45 days. I mean, a Republican government, 45 days of voting, it's not about elections anymore, razor fist. It's about the mechanics of collecting ballots, not votes collecting ballots, and we just have to build that machine. And policies, platforms really don't matter because if Pennsylvania can vote for federman, then this isn't about politics. What do you think? Well, and some states come right out with it. They even venerate. I mean, California law venerates the practice, just explicates it is actually legal to ballot harvest. Right. Which makes it makes it a really tough sell in all the states where the Democratic Party is pretend that ballot harvesting does not exist and is a conspiracy theory. California doesn't seem to think so. They actually passed a law passing it. The thing that's hilarious about what you mentioned was Katie Hobbs, of course, the candidate that Carrie Lake was running against. It's bigger than that. People outside of Arizona only know Carrie Lake is the charismatic person that they've caught maybe an advertisement or a speech from. But here in Arizona, she had been a journalist and very, very visible here for over two decades. She was in the biggest markets from north to south for 25 years. She was a phase, right? Absolutely. And what's worse, her opponent was in charge of the election,

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Arizona State Senator-Elect Jake Hoffman on the Latest Out His State

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | Last week

Arizona State Senator-Elect Jake Hoffman on the Latest Out His State

"Us right now is Jay Kaufman. He is state senator elect. Is that right, Jake? You're now a state senator, is that right? That's correct. Congratulations. I didn't know that. So Jake, I was looking at those Queen Creek precincts and they voted very nicely for Carrie Lake. I wish every precinct in Maricopa and pinal voted that way. So Jake, what is the latest in Arizona here? There seems to be a fight around certification. There's a lot of confusing information. Do you think that Katie Hobbs and governor doocy should certify this election? Well, Charlie, thanks for having me on. You teed it up perfectly. There is a lot to still be thankful for. But in terms of this election, we are watching the most incompetent shoddy election that has ever been run in the history of our country, unfold right now. And no, there is no question in my mind that it should not be certified by Doug ducey. It should not be certified by Katie Hobbs, which to me is a conflict of interest regardless. You know, tens of thousands of voters were directly disenfranchised and millions of voters or disenfranchised by extension. And so right now, what we're seeing is, look, this is coming down very explicitly to carry Lake and her legal team, Abe amade, and his legal team, Tom horn, and his legal team, and attorney general, attorney general has an election integrity unit that the legislature set up in 2019 for specifically situations like this and it needs to do its job. Now, they've started, they've done a great job so far of outlining the litany of issues that exist with this election, but they need to pursue this with the full force of the attorney general's office. And I get it. That's politically that's difficult. It's the holiday season, you know, he's on his way out of office, but he has to understand that this is not about a particular candidate or a particular election. This is about the most foundational element of our republic,

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What Happened to Turn the Epic Red Wave Into 2020 2.0?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:15 min | Last week

What Happened to Turn the Epic Red Wave Into 2020 2.0?

"Were focused on candidate quality and debates and arguments and who is going to secure the southern border and who's going to stop fentanyl, people like Katie Hobbs and John fetterman sat at home and to digital online fundraisers to secular godless, miserable, rich young professionals in Silicon Valley in New York that gave $2800 a piece gleefully to fund the takeover of America via act blue and the designer of it all was Marc Elias. When you have an entire system that is changing in front of your eyes and the Republican Party becomes the muscular class, carpenters, electricians, welders, plumbers, and police officers. It's harder to fund a political movement that way. The Democrat party has become the upper middle class, the party of accountants, the party of computer scientists, so they're able to raise money a lot easier, act blue, raised $1.8 billion when red raised $1 billion. And there's no reason anymore for candidates to campaign. Why do you have to debate? Why do you have to answer to voters? You don't. Now instead, you run this synthetic artificial construct.

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The Obsolete GOP Election Model With Newt Gingrich

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | Last week

The Obsolete GOP Election Model With Newt Gingrich

"Speaker, can you speak a little bit to the fact that it seems as if Democrats were less worried about engaging in debates like Katie Hobbs or fetterman, but they're more interested in chasing ballots than actually convincing voters. Is it time for us to change the way we think about elections as well? Yeah, look, I think the Republican doctrine for elections is just wrong. It's obsolete. It doesn't fit the modern world. Let me start with something you said just before the break, by the way. And that is that. The win read numbers are much smaller than the democratic system. Part of that is because as much as 5 or 6 years behind in development, but part of it is that Google in particular refuses to deliver and I talked with Ron mcdaniel about this that Republican National Committee chair before the election. Routinely, the last four days of the month, Google manages to not deliver Republican emails. And so from a fundraising perspective, the largest single delivery system in the country was methodically biased against the win read and in favor of act blue. And that was a factor. The other big difference, you put your finger on exactly. And I'm trying to put together now sort of a list of things that we need to learn if we're not going to repeat this in 2024. Democrats focus on winning the election, Republicans focus on campaigning. Part of that, I think, is the way the consulting system works. Republican consultants make a lot of money out of placing TV ads. They have a big bias in favor of media, whether it's effective or not. Democrats start out with the idea that I don't care how the campaign goes. I want to know when it's over. Did I win the election? And so if you watch them, they're much more ruthlessly centered. They start they start collecting votes much earlier, which means they can tell you who on their basis already voted and who they need to focus on.

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Arizona AG Demands Full Report on ‘Myriad Problems’ in Maricopa Voting

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | Last week

Arizona AG Demands Full Report on ‘Myriad Problems’ in Maricopa Voting

"Arizona governor election had to daily wire and doubt his AG demands full report on a myriad of problems in Maricopa voting. Now, see, we might say, listen, guys, we got to stop crying. We got to stop whining, let bygones be bygones. We've got to move on. Guys, we don't get to move on anymore. If we move on, we lose this country. Do you understand me? We do not get to move on. Carl, you're too intense. What are you doing? People need to take a break. Thanksgiving and Christmas. You won't have a Thanksgiving and Christmas and these United States. If we don't start to fight back against the left that are intentionally trying to destroy this country. We don't get to rest. I'm sorry I was hoping for it. We don't get to rest. That's why I'm so thankful that Mike would have me in leading up to Thanksgiving. I'll be honest with you. I'm a bit of a workaholic. I don't even care about resting. I care about fighting because I care about this country. If there's nothing else that I can do, I want to make sure that I say this country. I'm part of saving this country for my daughter and God willing for her children in the future. And I hope that you feel the same. But going back to this story with Arizona, Arizona's attorney general's office ordered Maricopa County officials to submit a report on its botched handling of the November 8th election that led to democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs, a parent victory over Republican Carrie Lake, saying answers are needed before the elections can be certified. Okay, here's what I would have to say. And I love the fact that Republicans are getting it now. They're fighting. What took you so long? What turkey so

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Texas Governor Declares Border Crisis an Invasion

The Officer Tatum Show

01:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Texas Governor Declares Border Crisis an Invasion

"Also in this hour, I want to try to get to what's happening with governor Greg Abbott. He finally declared an invasion an invasion on the border and I'm so glad that he did Republicans seem to miss the boat. I don't want to say it's too little too late. He's doing what he what he needs to do. Right now, wish he had done it sooner, but it's obviously needed, especially given the fact that we have Katie Hobbs who literally oversaw her own election. Absolutely unbelievable to me, but we had a Republican governor that sat by and did absolutely nothing, knowing this lady was secretary of the state and overseeing her own election. So it is what it is. Arizonans are going to have to get fed up, but I strongly suspect that part of the reason Greg Abbott is going full bore and has declared this invasion at the southern border. It gives him plenty of powers, but that in particular is I think a reason. And obviously, Republicans didn't do as well.

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Katie Gorka: Americans Are in for a Shocking Awakening

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Katie Gorka: Americans Are in for a Shocking Awakening

"Telling you, Americans are going to be up for a really shocking awakening. I mean, one of the other pieces that Mike and I have been working on, which is related to this, but it was kind of its own research project was the relationship between philanthropy. What are the large foundations doing? That most of which used to be conservative. Yes. Well, and all of which were founded because somebody made a ton of money because of the American system. They create a foundation and virtually every single one goes radical progressive left. They are pouring, not even tens of millions. And not even hundreds of they are pouring billions of dollars now into pushing this radical progressive agenda.

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Katie Gorka Unpacks the Challenges of Domestic Marxist Threats

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Katie Gorka Unpacks the Challenges of Domestic Marxist Threats

"Much of a challenge is it that this Marxist threat isn't in Moscow isn't in Cuba? Isn't in North Korea. But it's domestic. How much of a limitation is it on our means to respond because we can't use the U.S. Military? We can't use sanctions. How much of a challenge is this different location for the threat? Yeah, that's a great question. And I think it's a, you know, I don't think there's a straightforward answer to that. I mean, obviously we can not arrest our way out of this. We have to we have to argue our way out of this. We have to help more Americans understand exactly why this is so insidious. So I mean, the easiest way to talk about it is what's happening in the university. Because I think so many parents have had that experience. Thank goodness we have not. But I know many, many parents have had the experience where, you know, they pay a fortune or they go into debt to send their children to a university or college, only to have their kids come back after the first year, kind of hating the country and not wanting to talk to their parents. You know, we're letting the universities indoctrinate our children. We've got to wake up to this. And so yeah, it is a really big problem. And you know, the other unfortunate thing is, this has been going on long enough that really I think a good portion of our younger people have been indoctrinated into these ideas at universities. I mean, that's why we're seeing so many of our institutions kind of caught up in this.

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Katie Gorka Describes the Threat of the 'Next-Gen Marxist'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:34 min | 2 weeks ago

Katie Gorka Describes the Threat of the 'Next-Gen Marxist'

"Start at the beginning. You have to identify a threat you have to be able to accurately label an enemy. We learned this with the long telegram with NSC 68. We've had this discussion at home for at least a year now. What do we call it? It's not the Soviet Union on the outside. It's now an internal threat that is challenging in and of itself that it's inside America, but you have in the title here, the phrase cultural Marxist. I know you popularized the phrase next gen marxists. Tell us why you're using this terminology and not just the left or something like that. Yeah, this is a super important question. So I think one of the reasons that the left has been able to get away with what it has is because it uses really nice benign terms, like political correctness or even wokeness. Those things just don't really sound all that threatening. No equity. Yeah. And we may disparage something as being woke, but does woke really sound all that threatening, not really. But you know what Mike and I found is if you really dig into it. And if you really look at the ideology that's driving the left, it is Marxism. Why does that matter? That matters because Marxism wants to take down our system. It doesn't want to just change the language we use. It doesn't just want to improve the environment. It actually wants to completely eradicate the free market and put control in the hands of the government and to take it out of the way from people. But I

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Rolling Back the Wave of Cultural Marxism With Katie Gorka

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Rolling Back the Wave of Cultural Marxism With Katie Gorka

"Have in studio none other than my boss, my muse. Katie gawker. Katie, it's been a long time. I haven't seen you in a while. Husband, it's been at least 20 minutes. Oh, why are you writing my credit instantly there? Although you have been on the road quite a bit lately, so it's nice to have you back in the swamp at least with me. And we have perfect timing for this discussion because you launch something very special today at the heritage foundation. You've been working on it for, I don't know, it feels like years, along with Mike Gonzales. So what is the title of the report that you've launched? It's how cultural Marxism threatens the United States and the most important part because it's always so what part, how Americans can fight it. So first things first, you and I national security backgrounds. I've been teaching Canada for almost 20 years. We had a company together, you specialize on the ideology of Jihad as well. You rose up through the swamp to actually serve the presidential appointee at the Department of Homeland Security. So why this paper? We'll talk about why the timing, but you're an expert on external threats. Now you're looking inwards. So give us the reason for this massive study. So it really came about because of my colleague, Mike Gonzalez, at the heritage foundation. Mike is has been absolutely extraordinary. These last three years, his focus in his expertise is really identity politics. Undermining what the left cause identity, but the truth about it. Yes. Right. The truth about the book on BLM and everything else. Yes. And actually, his extraordinary work, which I think came out before the book on BLM was a book where he really showed how we constructed this notion of Hispanic identity. I mean, before that, people would come here and they would just want to become Americans. But the left created these identities. Now to the point at which there's a box you tick on a federal form. Exactly. And that's exactly one of the points he makes, and that's exactly one of the points we address in our paper that we need to get rid of that. We want to be Americans. We don't want to be in our individual boxes. So

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Why AJ Has a Hard Time Believing the Midterm Election Results

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Why AJ Has a Hard Time Believing the Midterm Election Results

"Anyhow, this person, Jim, aggressively, the president of this just facts organization. He authored the study, basically it means that if you in the United States, you live here, you're born, and you spend your life here, your odds of your life ending by murder are one in 179 over your life. Not over a year or any other time frame. It's just, here's his quote, it's just somebody's gonna murder you before you die of natural causes, an accident, suicide, whatever it may be. Jesus Christ. This is another reason why I have a hard time believing the midterm elections. Call me and deny her all you want. I don't care. Because in addition to this startling report, I just can't believe how many people watch their neighbor lose their business of 30 years. Their grandmother died alone in a nursing home. Their cousin die of fentanyl overdose. Their friend's son got thrown on the subway tracks and killed and their aunt took a second job to pay for gas. And then they saw all that happening and they said, you know, I'll take some more of this. Yeah, I'll go vote blue again. Yeah, I think federman's great for the job. Yeah, Katie Hobbs was great. Didn't hear debate didn't really see her at all, didn't campaign, but she's great, right? I can't take this. We're all too smart to believe this. But if you doubt it, you're immediately called a denier. Anybody who thinks everything's on the up and up is out of their mind. It's not on the up and up. Anyhow,

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Katie Hobbs Defeats Kari Lake

The Officer Tatum Show

01:25 min | 2 weeks ago

Katie Hobbs Defeats Kari Lake

"Let me say this last night I was very upset with what happened to Carrie Lake in the state of Arizona. Do I think that they cheated in the election? I don't think they cheated. Is it a possibility that they cheated a 100%? It's a possibility. I want to see clear and convincing evidence. I don't want to hear no talk about, oh, of course they cheated. We thought they cheated. We just should have cheated. And I don't want to hear none of that. Michael and Dale has come out and made some statements about their fraud. He got evidence and he gonna show it tonight at Mar-a-Lago. Please show us the evidence. Please, you show me the evidence that they cheated, unequivocally. Something that's that substantiated enough where the state legislator in the state of Arizona can investigate because our state legislator are full of Republicans. We have a Republican House and Senate and we conducted an audit of the 2020 election and because we have Republicans in the House, we were able to do that investigation. The audit yielded that there was theft that was cheating in the election. However, it yielded that even with the cheating that was found that Joe Biden still won Arizona over Trump. Now, is that true or not, I don't know. I find it very difficult to believe that Biden won the election over Trump. I don't find it that difficult to believe that arizonans are deceived enough to vote for Biden over Trump.

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Liz Peek: Pollsters Did Not Account for Young Voters

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:12 min | 2 weeks ago

Liz Peek: Pollsters Did Not Account for Young Voters

"I'm with you. When you look at the numbers and Arizona state university, that campus vote is a great indicator for a percent of students voted for Carrie Lake 96% voted for Katie Hobbs. We're talking about thousands of votes right there. Yeah, and that really was the case across the country. And I think, you know, I think Republicans have been kind of complacent about losing this group or that group and we're all excited that we've gotten more Hispanic votes coming. The GOP, but look, young voters, particularly this voting bloc is different because not only do they skew incredibly Democrat in 2020 they went 62% Democrats about the same this time, but they show up. And I think that is what, frankly, if the pollsters made one really big error in showing us all those polls that predicted a red wave, a couple of weeks before the election and leading up to the election, this was probably the difference because some of them assumed that there would be 10% turnout by voters under 40, it turned out to be more like 30%. That's a big number. It is

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Caller: Pres. Trump Should Address Election Integrity

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Caller: Pres. Trump Should Address Election Integrity

"Hi Todd. Thanks for the great job. You're doing on all of this. My take is that a lot of our listeners may included, we want to be Christian nice. You know, it's like Minnesota nice. We're Christian nice. And a lot of us can't even conceive of the manipulation of the vote that's going on. We can't even conceive of it. We don't think that way. And I worked on Wall Street for a number of years. And I was exposed to software. And I know that code can be written and algorithms can be written to change just one decimal point. And you can manipulate numbers on these machines. The machine has to go Mike lindell is right. We can have the most perfect candidate. We can speak to the truth. We can be Christian nice. We can have presentable wonderful people and all they have to do is change a decimal point on the software and own my gosh, Katie Hobbs, the carry Lake by 1%, isn't that amazing how close the race is. I think, frankly, when Trump talks tonight, I want to hear him talk about electoral integrity. I want him to clean up the vote. Not the vote, the electoral trust. And I want to see the machines gone. If people are interested in this, look at Mike lindell's website, he was following all the election and he's got literal proof as the vote totals were coming in and out of Edison, New Jersey, where they were tallied. They were actually moving the numbers up and down.

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How Is It Possible That Kari Lake Lost in Arizona?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:32 min | 2 weeks ago

How Is It Possible That Kari Lake Lost in Arizona?

"There are several developments in connection with the midterms that I want to talk about very shockingly, Carrie Lake has lost her race in Arizona for the governor and Katie Hobbs who didn't debate and didn't campaign and was acknowledged even our own side even by her own side to be a lackluster candidate somehow pulled it off by what 20,000 or so of votes. This makes absolutely no sense, polls actually showed Carrie Lake leading by ten points. In fact, the whole slate, including Abe holiday for attorney general, Mark fincham, for Secretary of State, all of them were leading. And it looks like fincham has lost hominy. I'm not sure, Carrie Lake has lost. And the question becomes, how is this really possible? What's really going on here? I don't know if I have the full story. One part of the story is voter suppression by the Democrats and by the left. And perhaps by Katie Hobbs, who, after all, is overseeing the election, you have this bizarre spectacle of Katie Hobbs, a Secretary of State overseeing an election which sees the candidate. That goes, this is like being the referee in the quarterback in a game at the same time, but another way to look at it is here's Katie Hobbs, she's the she's the judge of a beauty contest in which she is herself a contestant. It's profoundly stupid. It erodes confidence in the process and all of that is becoming an even bigger and more urgent question now.

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Why Arizonan Voters Need to Cure Their Votes

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Arizonan Voters Need to Cure Their Votes

"Let's talk about ballot curing. What is ballot hearing? So let's set the table what we were just talking about Charlie. If pima's drop for Carrie comes back, even moderately favorable, just above unfavorable. She's in this thing. What did Trump win that dropped by like 51 52? He won it. I think it was like 52, 48. And she's outperforming him and she's out there. She's outperforming. So if she gets a 54 or 55 vote drop, update of drops in pima. She's in this game. She just does. And that means that this race could come down to hundreds of votes. This could literally be Bush V gore Florida 2000. That's what we're looking at. That's what we're looking at. We're looking at Bush V gore. And now it all makes sense. That's why these psychopaths have walked this thing. It also makes sense the very vanilla tepid press release that Katie Hobbs released today. Well, here's the deal and let's not speculate too much, but let's talk about facts and how much this sucks for Republicans and why they screwed Republicans on this. So the process to cure ballots, curing ballots means that you're fixing your ballot. So if you sit in a mail in ballot, let's say you screw up your signature, or you have a random mark on it, or you don't fill it out properly, then they get set aside and they give you a chance to correct it. They gave you a chance to correct it. So they call you. They call you down. They vote or verify you, and then you're able to fix your ballot and get it counted. That's curing your ballot. Democrats have more. One second Andrew finished Tyler. Democrats have more than Republicans, typically, but Republicans are just really bad at this. We just basically most elections across the country. We just like phone it in, we don't do it. So right now I just came Charlie from the vote carrying center. We have literally hundreds, probably close to a thousand people. How do you lose if you have a thousand people ready to cure ballots on a Monday? Meaning like this is with strength. But it matters it matters who the person that needs their ballot curious. So there's a story that just came out today. We're going through the list and I won't say if it's a Republican or a Democrat, but they just discovered that a guy has been dead since like 2001 that had his votes in and that needed cured.

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"katie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"katie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Help And matt sharp. Thank you so much for the work you do and for being on the program. Thanks for having me eric Either folks i'm not going to bring up exuma. Seborrheic or psoriasis. Have made it clear. I'm not a medical doctor. Can't help you please. Enough katie hopkins. We're talking about crazy. It's so much fun to have you here because when we're talking about the most serious things i have to joke because otherwise we would go crazy right right and that's paw so i've been on the road now here in america for seventy eighty days. I've been what does it you say you say. I've been written hard and put to bed. Wet rode hard and put family program. We can't say that the thing that you put your face your face looks like you've been that no but you been on the road to longtime and exactly. Your point is is what i'm trying to do. I'm trying to give side a reason together. I'm trying to give side a reason to laugh. Laugh at stuff. Laugh with me. Laugh at me because as much as there is darkness all around we have to find the fun and the reason. I have such joie avi being on the road and leslie is that finally i can speak you know. I finally can be on a stage and entertained. Two hundred people two thousand ladies. An audience fell room with laughter and joy for me. Because i can't do it in my own country anymore. It's it really is extraordinary. It's funny in the united states. Who are dimly aware of what goes on in england in the uk. I think many of us actually wonder i have wondered. How is it. Possible that the queen who is a christian a woman of common sense. How can she presided as she does. I know to some extent particular. Let's edit that. It's it's the kind of role that she doesn't have the power that a prime minister does but at the same time i would think that she has a bully pulpit. It's her job to to help. England be england. She has not seemed to weigh in on this. Can you help those of us. Who admire her to understand. What in the world may be occurring. And it's something. Americans asked me a lot is when they see the uk in the states. This people like me who are arrested for speech or lose your home or lose your jobs lose everything and it was the queen. Katie west the queen and she doesn't speak on this. She did speak out on the vaccine trying to push the vaccine saying it was people's duty to have the vaccine. That was a really weird thing doesn't get involved and it's argue to say should seriously though you can understand that in other words i can understand how she doesn't go down the rabbit hole of understanding. Why it's a bad idea to get the vaccine but on all the other thing is nothing quite quite quite silent. She joined the royal sign at think which is unfortunate because we really only have one. Generation of rules laughed courtesy of your export from the trailer. Park and meghan markle. Who almost singlehandedly has brought down the royal family. And i hold you accountable for that. I think of her as the yoko ono of our time. So she's it's so stupid. Look how can people find you because we're going to keep you for the next hour. The conversation will be increasingly substantive. I promise you because we've got a lot to cover here. But how can people find you. Katie hopkins. I'm currently still on instagram. Post pictures of flowers and things. Well i do a lot more than that. I can promise the on there. Okay people underscore everything undisclosed katie underscore hopkins underscore three underscores underscores underscore think underscore katie underscore hopkins into school underscore beautiful. I know you set off by underscores. We're gonna we're gonna go into our two and we're going to keep you for the whole hour. There's so much. I wanna i wanna talk to you about. I just want to remind my audience folks before we continue. We're doing a fundraiser. With alliance defending freedom. I promise you however much money you give to them you may as well be paying it to yourself. They're working for you. This is no hyperbole. They are the last line defending religious liberty. If they weren't doing this our futures would be the more bleak. I'm just saying putting it that way. Because katie hopkins sitting the more bleak. I tell you so. Please go to metaxas. Talk dot com. We really do need your help. We'll be back with katie hopkins..

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"katie" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric

Next Question with Katie Couric

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"katie" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric

"This fall on next question with katie couric. Our first guest is the very popular co-anchor of the today. Show here on nbc. We're going to dive into ladies and gentlemen here. She is well maybe correct me. I don't know if you all have heard. But i've written a memoir is called going there and it's out on october twenty six which just so happens to be right smack in the middle of our podcast season so we figured why not just go there and still can't decide whether i'm katherine arcadio. We'll be looking at some of the biggest news stories. I've covered in my career. I'm katie couric in new orleans wearing waiters. For the first time in my life to deal with all the flood waters that are still white high in several on close at this morning. The clarence thomas nomination. The senate is to vote tonight on whether thomas should get a lifetime appointment to the supreme court early this morning. Matthew shepard passed away. The stories captured national attention and sparked a debate over the necessity for hit climb legislation and talked to some of of the people behind those stories. Like anita hell believe are women is just our invitation to put in place systems in processes that allow us to be heard in believed as well as those who are inspired by them. You look at so many of matt's friends and we've all kind of gone in our own house. i was just like i have to save the world. I have to do something that we're also going to get pretty personal. Because i'll be taking you behind the making of my memoir. We really wrote the bulk of this book in the middle of a pandemic katie is a pack rat. I'm like this is not going to get done. She saved everything. It was a very intense experience. You can expect some special guests intimate details and stuff about the buck. You won't get anywhere else. And maybe that's because of my fear of rejection to can. I lie down and getting so come for my signature curiosity. Are you still so angry. At the federal government was curious. What newspapers and magazines did you regularly read. How emotional was that for you. Tell me what was going through your mind. Can you explain what internet is but stay for some of my own revealing answers new weekly episodes of next question with katie couric launched september thirtieth. Subscribe and listen on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your favorite shows..

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"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric

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"katie" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"katie" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Take it under advisement. Okay thanks a minute and writing. Just consider it a big thanks to you guys for listening now and then again later on a different streaming service because we wrap this up almost before christina had to go which means it was pretty quick am proud of us still good two hours well but it was not though is only an hour forty and we had that little break in the middle. Where i'd move my. I'm proud of it. Let's just be proud of it. We did nicer view wherever listening. Which by the way we read and we love him like this one from acc that says this pod keeps me feeling young with nonstop chuckles. Katie and the union friendly banter of sports tv shows etc offers lighthearted wit and perspectives. That are relatable and is entertaining. Even when i can't really has turned into a weekly must-listen for me that's just a super nice review. Sometimes i wait sometimes wait for like a diss mel of like a of an katie stinks and i get it. That's why travis put it in but this street. I'm and i'm going to edit that review. Oh what are you gonna do. They're bashing. I'm not gonna put it in. Oh that's nice of you. I can take it and take the union protects the ceo. That's a thousand percent not how it's supposed to work. I think you should go and look that our union does well. I don't feel comfortable necessarily. I'm just reading the headline katie. Nolan's unions is there to support the ceo. It's like ads on a good look for me. I don't think the ceo has been supportive of our union so incredibly and that headline you can write. Katie has been incredibly supportive of the union. Lastly don't forget that you can always leave a voicemail. The numbers eight six zero five. Six five seven one. But you already knew that. Because you've saved it in your phone. At the beginning of the podcast christina has already said goodbye to you so all that we have left is for us to say goodbye to you right now. I love you meaning..

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"katie" Discussed on Storynory

Storynory

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"katie" Discussed on Storynory

"As you may know. Kt lives with her mom. Her dad who was a professor at the university lives separately. Katie usually cycles over to her. Dad's place at least once a week. One fighter evening. She reached the end of the street on her bike when a text pinned on her phone. Sorry katie a problem has come up. I can't see this evening. Let's catch up on video call soon. Love dad Thought katie thoughts unusual normally dot is keen to see me rain or shine. She turned to bike around and returned home to eat supper with her. Mum at about nine pm for phone sounded again. It was hit dad this time with a video cool. He was not looking his usual self. You growing bid ask katie. Laughing seems like i am. She thought that he was using an app to make himself. Look extra harry on the video. Call a don't like bids. But as soon as i shave it off it grows back again in minutes and look at this replied. Her dad gloomily. He held up his hand. Only it was more like a pool. It was all harry with long dark nails growing out to the ends of his fingers that so finally katie giggled. How did he do that. It isn't funny if you're me said her dad crossley. I'm not kidding. Around has a splashing out all over my body katie period into the screen of her phone. It was hard to seize expression because so much had was hiding his face but his gray is we're looking full of anguish. Yes he wasn't joking. He was turning into what she didn't know what to say. Dad got there. I if i didn't know better. I said i was turning into a werewolf. He said gloomily bianca will not be too happy about what's happening to me. Beyond was his girlfriend. She suspects that. Your mom spells on me out of spite. S- oh come on you know. She's not vindictive. Like that. I do i do but tell that to be anchor after not video call. She went into her mother spell room and searched the magical encyclopedia for a cure. For being wealth. To her surprise she could not find one. She had a hard time falling asleep that night. She kept wondering if she should ask her. Mom's advice even though data told her not to at about six o'clock the following morning katie was not sure if she was dreaming or having a nightmare even she could hear a kind of howling noise like oh katie rubbed. Her eyes pulled back the curtain and looked out the window. It was worse than a nightmare. A harry docket. Lucky man was kneeling in the garden lifting his head to the sky and howling his head off katie opened the window and called out in a semi hushed voice. Keep it quiet. He'll wake the neighbors and they'll off. No end of questions from under the table solomon added you mean like what was that where wealth doing in your garden. Yes that sort of inquiry agreed. Kt and then calling out of the window. She said dad you embarrassing have father replied by pointing to the door. Katie grabbed her dressing gown and tiptoed downstairs to let him in. They sat at the kitchen table and dad. Try to hold a mug of tea with two harry pause. I'm sorry he said gruffly. I tried to call you up but instead of your name at how came out of my mouth. Why didn't you phone or text me. You try touching a screen with these clothes. He replied crozny. Okay well tell me what happened. Said katie. After i spoke with you last night i got shaved again and looked almost decent. Bianchi came home and didn't notice anything more than a bit of evening shadow on my face but in the middle of the night i woke up. Itching never reached before with a sense. I was transforming into some kind of nightmarish creature. I had to get out of the house before. Bianca woke up and saw me. I'd have sky the life out of her good idea said katie. So you ended up here. Where else could i go. How dad explain katie. I'm so sorry this has happened to you. It's truly awful. I'll have to tell mom. No said her dad reaching out to grab her hand but realizing that he couldn't hold her with his poor. Don't tell your mother whatever you do. He backed katie. Shook her head but she'll be down soon. She'll be furious if she sees a wolf sitting at the kitchen table. Babs i could hide in your garden. Shed suggested to her dad like you said last night. These things usually wear off by themselves. I have to wait for that to happen. Well okay said. Kt and she took the shed key down from the wool. An usher dad into the back garden. He called up in the shed on top of some cushions for the garden. Chaz can i bring you something to eat katie asked. I'm afraid we don't have any dog biscuits. And she put her hand over her mouth to hide her snigger. I'm sorry i can help myself. She strange a to hope he get better soon. Do i said haddad with a sound like a whimper. Katie spent the day at school worrying about how her dad was coping with being a werewolf. She knew how he hate do nothing and hoped he could stay perked. If you went for a walk in broad daylight people bound to see him they would think the frankenstein's monster was on the loose.

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"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric

"School as well as teachers. And that's creating a ton banks Now people are going out there healthy eating. Oh my god. Do i have to deal with this again. This will year. What do you say to paris's will officials stacey another uncertain year. Well there are a couple ways to safeguard children and get them back to school in person. It is a very important primary goal in the fall to get the children in class and not virtual because we are well aware of the deleterious effects on children their development their mental health their educational development to get them in school. Therefore we've gotta make sure they're safe in school. There are a couple of ways to do that get the people who are eligible to be vaccinated around the children get them vaccinated teachers school staff and anybody else for those who are not able to be vaccinated the only way you can protect them. And the cdc recommendations are clear in school everyone should be masked whether you're vaccinated or not. That's a very clear recommendation. By the cdc when vaccine available for children under twelve. We don't know the answer to that. Katie wheel doing studies to getting information. That would be able to validate a decision to do that. We're collecting those data will get more and more of it as we've approached the full but ultimately that will be a regulatory decision by the fda together with an advisory a condition from the advisory committee on immunization practices. That advises the cdc so. This may take quite a while. Well i hope it doesn't take quite a while. I hope we do win the next several months but l. really i. I hope before the end of the year but we don't know that that's the that's an fda decision. Someone on our team is asking vaccinated. People can spread the virus wire they required to be warranty if exposed to someone was tested. Positive it no. You just need to test. If you've been exposed you don't need to quarantine someone says i'm being treated for leukemia to not make antibodies on the back. See what can i do to protect myself. Well that's an individual first of all to wear a mask. That's the first thing. But i hope that we will provide protection for that individual and people in her same situation by relatively quickly making the decision to get an additional dose to immunise people. They are a different category than a healthy or even an elderly healthy person because the person who is either imminent suppressed from transplant from chemotherapy. Immunosuppression likely never made inadequate immune response to begin with someone asks dr. suppressing franz reduce the efficacy. Koga backseat absolutely absolutely it. Does it does. So if it's not if you're yeah go ahead if you are immunosuppressed because of the drugs that you are taking for transplant for cancer. Chemotherapy offer an order. Immune disease the drugs that you received suppress your disease also suppress your ability to respond to the vaccine sell. You should talk to your doctor about your the new minutes. Illeana booster shot and you know when this whole thing started. I remember summer was the time when it wasn't going to be very contagious. Wasn't going to be a problem because people were going to be spending more time outside so that hasn't been the case. What do you foresee for the fall and winter more lockdowns. What do you think is gonna happen. I don't see lockdowns because there is substantial enough proportion of the population that's fully vaccinated sixty percent. There are seventy percent of the adults have at least a single dose that it was a -ccomplish the couple of days ago and we have more than eighty percent of the elderly population that are vaccinated under those circumstances. You're still going to have a lot of spread if we don't get that ninety. Three million people were eligible to be vaccinated vaccinated. But you won't have such a situation that would trigger a lockdown. I would be very surprised if that happens. What you will have is spread of infection predominantly among the unvaccinated and you will see hospitalizations predominantly among the unvaccinated as we go through the fall and into the winter if we don't very aggressively get people vaccinated. We got so many comments about you and from people who deeply admire you dr out. She and the job you've done. What's the best advice you get. They given about how to get through these tumultuous times. Well i mean. I think what you need to do. If you're in a position like i am as a public health person at a scientist person who develops vaccines is just focus on your jaw. We're in a very difficult position. We have things going against us. A we have a very formidable virus and be we have a very divisive society where you just can't run away from the fact that there's a lot of bad news politics going on here we've got to focus on job and if you're not a medical person into trying to get just through this a get vaccinated and be obey or listen to as it were. I wouldn't say obey because that's not an order. They're not ordering you do it. But listen to the recommendations of the cdc doctor pal. She always breaks the thank you so much for talking with me gotta reach people however you can right yes.

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"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric

"The question is is herd immunity stoke hospital at this point. Yes it is but it won't happen. Katie unless we get a vast majority of the ninety three million people who are still unvaccinated who are eligible to be vaccinated unless we get them vaccinated. They are not going to contribute to the concept of herd immunity so herd immunity. there's a concept of herd immunity which means you have enough vaccinating people plus people who were infected and protected so that the virus doesn't have any place to go. there aren't any vulnerable targets. We're not there yet. we don't know what the percentage is. Is that going to be ninety percent of the people who are still unvaccinated. Or is that gonna be eighty five or eighty. We don't know when you don't know you know what you do you just get as many people vaccinated as you possibly can guess says the delta variant has now become part of our vocabulary. We're hearing about news area. This being one six one in florida the delta plus burien which variance doctors ouchi. Are you most concerned about. And are you worried that the vaccines will not be effective against up. Well i am worried. More about a variant. That we haven't even seen yet because the kid but the the current delta variant is so efficient in its ability to crowd out the other variants that even though they're all the various you mentioned which there's no reason to believe that they're going to be worse than the delta variant they are not being over there not overtaking the delta vary so the one good thing is that the vaccines work quite well against the delta variant in some respects it's good that the delta variant is not being outstripped by the others because we know we can deal with the delta variant. Really quite well my concern. Is that if we allow there to be smoldering infection into the fall and into the winter because those ninety three million people are not getting vaccinated for the most part my concern would be you may allow a variant that we haven't even recognized yet to come along and in fact. Be better at transmitting and more serious than the delta. We haven't seen that yet so rather than be worrying about these others that are around. Let's make sure we don't let new ones come in well our unvaccinated people the reason we're seeing these new strains and will an increase in vaccinations mitigate virus morphine in multiple ways. Well that's a good one because the answer is short. Yes okay. that's all you need to say so in other words. Please get back innate. It more.

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Katie Couric

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Thing. So of course. But what i think now is that i live a little bit. More with an overview of lives lived an intention of living Which is that. I feel like no matter. What i do might living is more purposeful. I see that in you. If i may say that i mean you have many lives within a life and your work with discussing lives with people is so profound and the way that you work and the depth with which you work and the goodness with which you've always worked is so profound and i imagine you feel like you live many lives because you live so many lives within this life. You're living and your lives that you're living right now are so good. And they're so focused and they're so it's so purposeful what you're doing right now. But that's softly nice. Thank you. I am not must that you've lived many lives. Well many chapters right like every trumpeter is different in and not all wonderful as we know but important and meaningful and useful right. I think at the end. I mean one time i. I was working with his holiness. The dalai lama and we were at We did universities. We were. I was his like opening act at universities and that was what i talked about. Was that we write the book of our life and we carry it with us and certainly not. Every chapter is an easy read or a winner. Sometimes we just feel like those chapters are so devastating. But that's what makes a good book. That's what makes a book a good read. And that's what makes our life a good read because we can turn the page when those pages or those chapters are so difficult. But we're still gonna carry that with us so it's right on you know let's keep writing on and let's see how our book turns out and if we're proud of the book that we wrote as life goes on and as As you said we've known each other a really long time. And i've watched you write your book and i've seen some of the healthcare chapters and you've written them so beautifully Katie and you've used some of the really harder chapters to make the world a better place make your world of more profound place than a more loving place. And somehow you've managed to bring more love into your life. And i wanna learn from your book had to do that to my life so that my next book has more loving too because you're such an example You're such a brave example. You know your your book has so much courage in it and.

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Katie Couric

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Of first of all kind of stunning when she appeared on the zoo and i said wait a second. You have to see this picture of my best friend. You're not going to believe it. And then i put the picture of my best friend in front of me. And i read the book to my best friend and i sat here alone in my room reading this book out loud to my friend and pulled it all together to me in in a new way like the completion of it and the reading it out loud in this very quiet space and put it into perspective for me in a new way and it really did change my life and it really made me see everybody around me with a different kind of clarity and what about how how you saw yourself. I think it made me really own myself out loud. It gave me the confidence to say. This is who i really am and you can't define me as something else anymore. I'm not gonna allow that to happen anymore. And my boundaries at my confidence about myself changed so dramatically that changed my life Like i've fired of people around me people around me fired me. My life changed really. It's changing it's changing as we speak. My life is changing a lot. Do you like your shadow scan. In a way. I feel like i'm caterpillar. that turned into a butterfly. Almost you know not like i'm shedding skin. Exactly as like i'm. I'm almost free of shell. That was crushing me. That like i couldn't get out. Like i felt like i was trapped and couldn't get out like this whole other oppressive construct of like no this who you are and who you're going to be. I got it off me. It's like no it's not gonna keep going on. I'm not doing that. i'm not being that. You can't make me be that another step. I'm not it's off. May now it's off me. It's off me out loud. it's just off me like an get off me like no. I know the answer to that is a giant. No get off me and anybody who wants to insist on that you're done who puts that constrictive shell on you is. It is it. Expectations placed on women. Is that hollywood. Is it a way that you are seen as a beautiful woman. I mean what what kind of came together to to produce that very restrictive really typecasting or shell or expectations. That you were really kind of suffocating. Under that's a big question. Katie you know. It's a lot of misogyny. it's people who.

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Katie Couric

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric

"App apple. Podcasts were wherever you get your favorite shows. I wanna talk to you too about your personal story because so much of this is you know it is a manifesto but it's a deeply personal story and you talk body issues relationship issues pornography issues. Which was was something that affected you when you were just ten years old So worthy things all really difficult to be honest about i mean teach you have to put aside any trepidation or any embarrassment or inhibition. I guess to kinda flag and and and maybe talk about how you were able to expose that side of you and what that side of you was. Just into Katie was. It's terrible because these are things that you talk therapy but the problem is an even with my club. My best guy friends is that we struggle being truly vulnerable with each other. And i would say i have a pretty progressive group of male friends just the fact that we're willing to check in with each other ask. Our hearts are have these conversations but there's so many times we've left individually and i've left my other friends feeling worse about myself because i felt alone because even in my quote unquote progressive group of friends of male friends. People struggle with sharing their vulnerability sharing the parts of them that aren't working sharing sharing their addictions or whatever. It is their fears. Because we have to. It's like a conscious on learning unpacking and real time. It's like literally taking off your armor and saying it's okay if i'm shot because we've been it's been reinforced. Were not allowed to share or not allowed to tell another man something that could be used against us because we will matter how we slice it. We think that that's gonna make us less than maybe we won't be as valuable to the group so all of that was underneath everything that i wrote and i just kept thinking about that guy me who desperately needed to hear that. He wasn't the only person suffering who desperately needed to hear that he wasn't alone. Who desperately needed to hear that. He's battled whatever x. issue porn body image. She doesn't feel like he's enough in whatever area and that was what gave me the strength to keep doing it. But but i did not plan on writing the book this way. It was through the writing process. I would start writing and then suddenly these stories would come out. And i'd remember what happened to be when i was ten and as i was writing i was connecting the dot back to my struggle as a thirty year old and i an in the writing process. I recognize that there. You can't separate the two things and they're all a part of the same thing so it was necessary but it was. It was terrifying. 'cause the fact the fact remains like yeah. All of this can be used against me. But i also hate pedestals and the performance of whoa kness thing doesn't serve anybody. I mean i just had a conversation with a dear friend of mine who told me that one of the most abusive men that she's ever dated war. A this is what a feminist looks. Like t shirt and this is why people are sick. This is why people don't like religion. This is why people don't like you know woke nassar. Whoa culture and all this stuff because you have you have Actions that differ from words. In the baha'i faith were told. Let deeds not words be your adorning. True faith is an abundance of deeds in a funeral of words. And that's where we gotta get to where it's about okay. Take me off the platform. The platform sure. I'm sharing these things. But that doesn't that's how low the bar is like the bar. Is that low that a man can talk about some of these. Things suddenly be praised. Take me off. i don't need to be praised. What i need is for other men to see themselves in my story start to have their actions impacted cert- to treat the people in their lives differently starting with themselves. What do we do though justin. We're all products of our cultural conditioning. And i did a whole podcast on violent porn which is so scary because kids are being exposed to this at a very early age. And it's about you know sex and how this is translating into intimacy pander. It is so scary. How easily accessible it is. And i know that you were exposed to it when you were just ten years old and one. What do we do about that. Because i think also. There's a huge vacuum and it's that is being filled with in many cases violent porn. It's a twelve billion dollar annual industry and i. I don't know what to do about it. I think it's a really large question. I think again we have to. I remember that it's an industry. An industry interesting about the porn industry is that very similar to the tech industry. It's about users users right. So they're acquiring users use porn. And i think the biggest problem we have is a lack of education and a lot of that A lot of that comes from us not being willing to talk about one of the most basic human things in existence. Because it's we've made a taboo thing about thinking about two of the things. That are the most taboo in our culture to talk about death and sex but yet we need sex to procreate and we all we're going die all of us are so. I spent the last ten years doing my last days. Which is how we first met right and telling the stories of people who were dying to help us learn how to live because we can't run away from it. It's going to happen. So why are we running away from sex. I am writing. This book was transported back to being ten and learning about my body for my.

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Katie Couric

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric

"You know you and also society's been talking about this for a long time you know. This is nyman tony about this year. Long yeah and maybe not man. But still i think you know just being in the media as long as i've been just in this is not necessarily a new phenomenon and i'm curious why more progress has been made in really investigating these sort of male archetypes and standards and pressures. And you know you talk about not only toxic masculinity being bad misleading and toxic praise. You talked about the guy code and grow a pair. I'm just curious why we haven't made more progress. And also i have a this is a two parter and i wonder how has kind of Me too and time stop. And this reckoning about gender equality and also racial equality that we've seen almost simultaneously if that has made made it worse in some ways that men are gravitating towards kind of clingy to their masculinity and away that may be the grip was starting to be looser. Does that make any sense. It makes perfect sense. I'm trying to let me let me try to katie couric. Brilliant katy kirk now. I'm trying to let me try. Let me try to start with the first one. What's coming to me. Is you take somebody.

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Katie Couric

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric

"I was fascinated to learn that. You really didn't deal with head on racism yourself until you got to college but the reason why katie's because we lived in an environment where we were all the same i mean so it will not that at the catholic school for example when you went. There met a lot of problems with race for me. My brother seemed to have had more As i found out later but for me it was it was not. I was a very and i say this book i lived inside my head i was. I'm a very self contained. Person generally an introvert. So i actually flew below the radar screen and many most of my life. I literally did what people said. Philly compliant obeyed the rules quote. Unquote beta obey. The rules performed fairly well. So i was. I was more. I was just easier to deal with when i got to high school and then to college when i started to to open my mouth more and obviously then people start to notice me more in. That was when i start to see things more. But i think that when i was particularly when i was growing up i saw very little this what we now call like what i saw overt wait. Racism where people literally disregarded me and my accomplishments because i was because i had. I looked a certain way and one of the things that that was good about. That is that it was such b. You it was. It was great great foundation because it was so bad. It's a debunking in my own heart. You know that when you see a black. When i see a black person. They've just regular people who can accomplish what everybody else can accomplish. So i didn't grow up in this whole stigma kind of a thing even grew up in a bad neighborhood. I talked about this this really bad neighborhood and this thought okay. We live in a bad neighborhood. In hindsight you realize particularly when i left my neighborhood that they were choices being made by funding officials by leaders that we could put less resources. Because these people live there will put more resources to because these Live there in grop with it in my face. It's amazing what you recognize in. Hindsight is an error la. And i'm sure that this writing this book helped you kind of put those pieces together and recognize that that racism and prejudice against you know. Listen you have the trifecta. Black poor female citizen in the book is a guy. Told me this when i was in. I think i was nice. Old whatever third fourth grade. I was in the class. He had come to school. I went to a catholic grade school. He came to school to speak about something. I don't believe remember it was at. We're told questions and we have all these questions arrangement i had to ask. The questions asked question. He responded at the end when we were leaving. We have gone shake his hand and he said to me he had such a great question. And and the. I don't know exactly how he said it but what he said to me. Was you know you really smart into such. A great question is kind of too bad. That you you're black and you're a girl and you're poor basically and literally. I put that away in the back of my head. Four years and then remembered it when i got a little bit older and remembered it in such a way that that it struck me that there was one of those two one of those three things. That was really a problem. The poor part which is something that we can work to eliminate throughout the world abject poverty we by the way we were not asked we didn't have abject poverty but we will like one level above it i. I can't give people the understanding of the life. That i grew up in we had my mother had nothing. Nothing we lived in our building. Walk into our apartment. It was a sanctuary. Didn't have a lot of stuff in it but it was clean and organized but anyway this kind of black and and a girl is what he said. I can grow not things that i would trade off even if somebody said to me. You have an option to start differently. I i kinda like both those things about need. And how can that the strike against you. And i realized as i got older that it actually was it actually was and the the way the only way to turn that around is to use this this isolation at you feel if you're in a big crowd to your advantage and i say this in the book it when i started working if there was a big meeting and all the employees had to go order the only engineers had to go. I guarantee you if i raised my hands. Somebody recall because the only person who look in the room with me literally. When i started a xeroxed it must have been ten black women anywhere near engineering in i. I don't i met no black women. None some use. You transformed your differences into an advantage advantage by basically saying they're going to pretty good. I'm pretty smart. That kind of i kind of knew that. And and i have an opinion about everything would say always say your. You could be wrong and strong. Have everything if it was a bad And so i basically and i was definitely taught early to speak out to literally not sit down and kind of that. Was that your mom. My my mom. we've pretty basic. She said if you ever point of view she didn't quite say these words speak up. Nobody's going to be saving. Nobody can read your mind. My mom's motto for all of us was let him know. You're there with a millionaire and i don't know where even she got that because she was kind of shocked by and a totally different generation. Like your mom was obviously different circumstances and much more privileged but but not uber privileged upbringing. But she she really kind of understood especially for her daughter's the importance of letting people know you're there of not being a shrinking violet of speaking your mind being this is this is a generational thing because if you think about your mother my mother wearing the same Generational times they were. They were raising us at the start of this kind of outcry by women. It was the beginning of this by women. The modern outcry by women to be heard.

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Katie Couric

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Do you ever think about like dash. Maybe i could open my heart to someone else or is that just something that you aren't allowing yourself to even think about and i can't believe i'm asking you such a personal question but i sort of feel like i can. Yeah you can't katie. I mean obviously you know. I asked you this question. When i when i talked to you when we first met. I think Because it's so crazy. Yes i listen. I firmly believe that. If nick could have spoke on his went on his days that he was last here he would have looked at me and said you better fall in love again. You better find an amazing man and somebody. That loves elvis as much as as much as i possibly you know as much as possible I would have said the same thing to him. So i know he would have said the same thing to me if he could have. I know doesn't want me to be alone so i i love that idea I love having a companion. I love being married. I love having a husband if that happens again. In my life. I will be so grateful for it Not ready just yet. i you know. I'm sure like maybe although i don't know maybe i won't no. I don't think it necessarily is a day. You wake up and you're like a ready to start dating. I feel grateful that i feel. I feel kb loan. I feel okay being a single mother. I feel okay not having anyone right now so i think. I'll just take day by day and see a hope that there's somebody out there for me. I hope so. I think there is. I know there is not that. I'm a witch or anything i have to tell you that it was a beautiful moment. It's in the book but Gosh my mother-in-law nick's mom woo. She's a she's a warrior. Oh my god ed. She lost her husband a three years ago. So she's lost her husband and then she lost her son and one of the really tough days in the hospital where we didn't know if it was gonna make it. We were outside eating lunch edge. She said to me go. She was amanda. I want you to find somebody again. I want you to you need to. You're gonna find somebody again. I want you to our whole family. Wants you to okay. Like don't you think that like we're gonna be mad at you or be sad if you have a new life with somebody. You should have a new life with somebody. And i was like look looking at her. Like your son is in the hospital passing away and you have enough strength and courage and love for me To sit here right now. Tell me that. I mean like i don't know many mother-in-law's that would do that. To be honest. You know. Like and i of course that day i was like oh mom you know she was like no yes. You're gonna find somebody again you're gonna you will. I want you to get married again. You to have a life with somebody again iniquity to. She's amazing amazing. I i love talking to. I'm so happy. I'm so happy that i've gotten chance to get to know you and i know that you've made a lot of new friends through this terrible ordeal and the this unspeakable tragedy really and You know. I just want you to know how much i admire you and how highly i think of you and how much You know how much. I too hope that you'll find happiness but you've just been. I think an exemplary role model for people Dealing with with this this kind of loss and this kind of grief. So i'm just really. I feel it's a real privilege to know you all we'll katie. I feel save way about you. I feel like we're like long lost souls. That were meant to be friends as my mom would say that makes it official were members of the mutual.

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Katie Couric

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Slightly different feeling in the moment as a wife. You know as a mother i was. I was maddening. It was very frustrating. And you know how could you not let me in this hospital right now. I don't go anywhere. I'm safe tested. I don't have cloven Id need to be by him. Nick needs peep. You know his person he needs support. And of course you know argued every day and it was. It was such as struggle with the hospital and At the time very very hard to understand now looking back on it. I have of course i mean i always had admiration and appreciation to those doctors nurses but now looking back on it having that experience I'm of course so grateful to them for even letting me in during during this time and everything that was going on and how on a daily basis anybody that at the hospital was arrested the said to the doctors and nurses. So it's so hard katie. 'cause like yes at the time. I was filled like anger battle every day with anyone. I could just to try to walk through those doors. And you know the security at cedars-sinai at the time was like the white house it was like you are getting that So it was. It was a struggle but You know of course they needed to be that way and of course they needed to protect anyone. Everyone that was there risking their lives with this whole pandemic so it was. Yeah it was a battle every day thinking about nick because he had no underlying conditions. He was a very healthy person. He took good care of himself right. He was in great shape. And you know it's just such a mystery. Why what was it about his biology. And i'm asking this rhetorically that that created this situation were. This virus was so devastating to him. And it's it's still a mystery. Isn't it it yes it certainly is because you know like you said he had no pre existing health conditions and on top of that. He was even somebody that never really had to go to the doctor. He never got a cold. He you know never had the flu. I mean it just you know. I'm always at the doctor. I've always had big she. now. I've had i'll thyroid disorders since i was in sixth grade. I mean i always the one that leg has the issues and you know that this happened to have maybe yes super healthy forty one years old and You know had everything in life waiting for him you know. I don't know there's all the things you know. Of course that we all heard blood types. The fact that he was Latino hit the hispanic community. I mean we went through all of it. And i asked you know next doctors every single time and their answer every single time was. We don't know we don't know why this virus sometimes really gets to somebody in why sometimes you don't have any symptoms and why one person in the household will get it but nobody else will. And then that whole household everybody will get it. Nobody knows and they also said that's what's making the so hard about helping people in in in in being here right now dealing with all these people's you know issues at.

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Katie Couric

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric

"I just i decided when i was about forty instead of bringing about how i look now and thinking of how i look before i was gonna. I always think about how. I'm gonna look when i'm eighty or ninety and i'm gonna look back at me now in thank you were hot girl. That's what my husband says. Whenever i complain he says you're never gonna be any younger but think for if you think forward yeah you will. Because don't you look at yourself when you were like forty or fifty and thank dang i what was i worried about. I look great. I know but the worst i ever thought i looked. I think i was fourteen. I mean there is something good about getting older. And i think but i think writing memoir. I've done three of these. this is my fourth. I've written a book about this. I've been teaching this since nineteen eighty five. I've been teaching men were at a university level. And you would think. I would know how to do this when you. Katie i would. I don't know how to do this. How come but caught. Here's why because it's sort of like if somebody says to me. I want to write a memoir. It's like saying. I wanna have sex. Or i wanna have i wanna make over. How should i look. Why don't know how do you want to look like what sure you know. It's you have to find a voice. Even though i have a voice as a writer that sort of translates from book to book. I don't have a voice for being the age for being sixty. You know. I wrote in the voice of you know an eight year old girl i wrote in the voice of a fifteen year old girl i wrote in the voice of you know thirty five year old drunk. I don't have a voice for being fifty or sixty. I don't have that voice and I think we all remember in soundbites in these convenient little clips as you know from having just been through this and you tell yourself things and then when i always kind of interview myself. I'm like really you think so. And so like like. I remember when i was writing cherry. I thought i was smart. When i was in high school i did. I thought if you'd asked me and say i was one of the spark kids. I was not particularly smart. Keti like i really wasn't the bar in my hometown was pretty low. You know. I knew the alphabet past the letter j. You know like like but i was not a smart kid. I was a fan of smart kids. My best friend was the sparta squirrel in school. And the guy was like the smartest guy in school but me not so smart not that smart. No real evidence. I was smart. So i think We have ideas about ourselves in these sound bites hitter convenient. But those aren't true. Those are really how you live experience in those ideas you live in limited time in your body and you have to kind of reoccupy of former self kind of zip yourself into your old body and lower yourself into.

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Katie Couric

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric

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"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric

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07:37 min | 1 year ago

"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Over we we know that it mirrors the real world on through the themes. That bruce's is putting on the pages for these characters in their journey. And so i think that really really resonates and an emotional. I have to say i don't get quite the pit in my stomach. Idid did before november of twenty twenty. That i used to watching butter. Katie we also we all sleep better at night. No really. I was always like a and i don't quite feel that level of intensity anymore so i'm happy for that but i think in many ways The intersection of real life and vision. And the rancor that was happening in this country did create the perfect i think backdrop for this story which would have been compelling on. Its own but i think it. Just it heightened everything you felt watching this story on built folsom muira have you when you think about like damn. This is a good show and this is why. What do you bank. I guess i can speak to what i respond to. And there's something about the camera being so close on an actor speaks. Show that really. Almost i feel are appearing into some of these people's souls Things that lizzie or amanda or lexus. Subtle things with there is a twitch of the upper lip things like that. Have you see. I feel like deeper into their story. What is going on with that character. That i think the i think you're right like sometimes i watch you all and it's so subtle and yet it tells me so much about what you're feeling and i guess that's the sign of of truly great acting so sam. Let's go to you while. I think you're hitting on something. It's the specificity of the show. That is so marvelous. And i was struck here. We are ten episodes into this fourth season. And i had. I was having a conversation with our costume designer. And that conversation carried over to joe and the conversation was about not only what we're doing in scenes but how does how does what we're the story. Were telling a with a art. How is that to be received by our audience. Are we telling the right message. And that the actors in the kospi designers and the writers of course that we're all still tuned into bat after four seasons. You know that's the thing. I'm most impressed and moved by on our show. It's that we're still trying to figure out. How do we do. Good i mean is what we're doing the right thing sort of like the integrity of the story right really important to you. Ot how about you. is there anything. I'm jay what the me is. I feel like what what bruce To do the right team is just great. Something where on into pass level of people relate to the trauma Unequal relationships between one. Month's boston one. What's partner wants was sold shoe but then on a on a larger level shuttering and saying that you know if eames of what's going on in the world and patriarchy inequality and regimes which are based on populism in fear. I think i think a lot of the audience. What's going on in their lives in their own homes also out in the world and i think that's what great does your reflects back to your experience or is i think the writing screen say that i think for me the best thing especially this season is to see to see what a lot of what we do is try to create space to these people to do their jobs to do their jobs without worrying about the. They're not worrying about something about the story. they're not worried about it. Someone making sure that we're not you know making Horrible moral choice and so This season by creating a a bubble hopefully allow them to not be in a coded world to exist that way and expand to the whole cast and crew as as these guys were saying. I think we're we're a collection of storytellers in the more we are that in the more everybody's encouraged Better off we are. But when i watched the show i i like that. It's made with care and respect that you know. It's made carefully and respects the abilities of all the people involved and tries to bring those abilities to the four so that that's what i like about. It is is that you can tell that the graft service people care when you watch the. Let's end with you lizzy. I told i told lizzie before we started that. There's been a lot of elizabeth moss in our home because my husband had never seen madman. So we've been watching all of madman and all of him as tales. So i feel very comfortable Looking at you right now. You're in our bedroom every night But when you think about what makes what makes us series works so beautifully and you've been so fortunate to be a part of it what comes to mind for you Kind of what. Amando is an bruce was saying. I i feel like you know what what you see where you end up seeing in the episodes looks polished and we've made decisions and it's specific and and that's it you see that our television and i think people obviously don't see and shouldn't see are the nine million emails and calls and late night calls early morning calls conversations and all of the work that goes into creating these episodes and everyone cares so much every department every actor every person cares so much and we've all been in this business long enough to know that it's not always like that and some people can just come to work and clock in and clock out and that's also fine but We'd somehow of assembled a group of people who not fine and everyone gives so much of themselves to their role. Whether it's an acting roller another role on the show. And i personally think you can feel that and i think you can. You can see it. I definitely and i just want to say. Congratulations for another extraordinary season of the handmaid's tale. And i can't wait to see what comes next. Even though i'm a little thank wall so much. And thanks for spending this time with me to.

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