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The Consistent Intelligent Manipulation

Fresh Anointing Show

06:59 min | 4 months ago

The Consistent Intelligent Manipulation

"As the freshman audience show with james richardson. Let's see what nuggets. Jay has for us today on fresh anointing show. Let's listen now with jay. Richardson fresh toppled day to you and welcome to the fresh anointing show. You're doing well on this wonderful day. You know what i say. It is a day that the lord has made and we are to rejoice and be glad in it we starting a new segment on the fresh anointing. Show called stay focus. There is a saying that says life is like a camera just focus on what's important captured the good times develop from the negatives and if things don't turn out take another shot we gotta take another shot sometimes right at because things get out of focus but we have to continue to journey and we have to trust god. Each and every day have a series that we want to begin on stay focus and call the consistent intelligent manipulation the consistent intelligent manipulation the consistent and intelligent manipulation or deceptive scheme and tricks of the devil which is a critical element for the people of god. The ones who manipulate this unseen strategy of the christian arena consists of an invisible devil. His fallen angels demons and lieutenants that works with the devil satan who is the prince of this world. Look that up matthew chapter twelve verse thirty one. The bible teaches us. Any fijian's chapter six for we do not wrestle against flesh and blood but against the rulers against the authorities against the cosmic powers over this present darkness against the spiritual forces of evil are spiritual wickedness. Look what's happening in our world today. Social unrests domestic terrorists. Who do you think is doing that. Why do so many christians get divorce. Family upheavals church splits and the list goes on and on and on. Now you gotta know that. This is not of god. It's the enemy is the devil who's causing all this crazy chaotic mess in this world. We live and right now. We could even look at our own nation in what's going on in this nation today. If we're not proud full and kilfoyle we will allow lives to be dictated and governed out minds to be moded. Our lives formed our thoughts and purpose to be suggested mostly by these demonic spirits and forces many lured in by these deceptions and trickery. One they don't understand what's happening in the spirit ram to they don't understand spiritual warfare and three. They don't have a relationship with god. Our know how to walk in the power and the authority. I'm gone and that's one thing that we learn how to walk in the power and the authority of god we're going to ward off the fiery dot something evil one. You got to know how to walk in your power. You gotta know how to walk in the authority that god has given us the authority. He has given us the power and we got understand and know how to fight against this evil and wicked mean deceptive devil. The bible teaches us that the weapons of our warfare or not carnal but mighty and god pulling down strongholds we gotta tightness up and we gotta stay focus on what god has for us not be enticed by this this devil and all of his illness and all of this lieutenants in fallen angels and also the human beings that he he possesses an influence. This invisible enemy governs us by my manipulation the ability to make you think of feel like you're getting a better deal. The word manipulate means to manage our influence skillfully. Especially in an unfair manner to manipulate your feelings. That's what the devil wants to do. And that's what he does if we're not kilfoyle. He manipulates our feelings. He played on our emotions and he manages the situations in a sneaky tricky deceptive and skilful way to get what he wants the devil and all of his ends trying to throw us off track and keep us from having a great authentic relationship with god. Bible teaches us over in genesis chapter three now. The serpent was more crafty than any other beasts of the field that the lord god had made tune in next week as we continue the conversation on the consistent and intelligent manipulation stay tune onto next may the lord bless you real good polo with g. Just remember this strip of your jail he up to.

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RD - Live from West Palm Beach on Newsom's Curfew, Rudy's Press Conference & More

Reasonable Doubt

1:13:41 hr | 5 months ago

RD - Live from West Palm Beach on Newsom's Curfew, Rudy's Press Conference & More

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You are right now at net. Sweet dot com slash. Do ubt net sweet dot com slashed out and before we hop up on stage with the yours truly and Mark to kick everyone's ass. What the good insight. Legal advice and comedy. I'll tell you about tommy. John the black friday sale coming up man maybe cold out but it's cozy in with those lounge. Wear pajamas bras underwear. It's all their tommy. John shop they're black friday sale right. Now give the gift of comfort to everyone on your list and give it to yourself but tommy. John's men and women's lounge wear so comfortable so luxurious. Get rid of the old stained sweatpants get into the lounge. Wear man plus tommy. John's lounge wear pajamas and underwear. Come in limited edition sets for gifting but a sell out soon so put yourself on that list. Get yourself some good stuff and get your spouse or significant other something good as well get him. The tommy john right gary. That's right shop tommy. 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Famed attorney and This is reasonable down and we appreciate a two guys showing up here tonight. We got some stories when i talk about First and foremost. I guess the curfew. Because i don't none of you maybe have heard of it. We have a governor gavin. Newsom familiar with gavin. Very he's unique. A gavin was married. Just give you a little background. To kimberly who foils kilfoyle foil to kimberley was a lingerie model then became aa. Deputy district attorney in los angeles. I try cases against kimberly when she was young deputy and she was very good then she left. It became a san francisco. Deputy district attorney. He would've won more cases if he didn't have a boner entire time because all the blood had shifted able to concentrate and he to stand up to object. I tell you one thing about. Kimberly could use her wiles pretrial. But kimberly had a problem in trial in trial in. I hate to be sexist about it but it's an observation women jurors do not like they're they're very hard on other women and women by anything that she would sell because because of her beauty customer. You've got the same ship with man fucking hate me because of the aesthetic that can't get past it and she then married gavin. There's a famous picture. If you google it up the two of them lying in a very ornate trump like looking apartment on the floor they then got divorced. She then married. I think the head of court or somebody and now she's famously with don jr. Yeah what if trump goes into visit gavin newsom out of the during the forest fires. And there's a famous picture of the two of them. You wonder what they talk about it that way. You know my ex's now with your sinus who has less appropriate hair for the office. It'd probably some discussion of that anyway. So that is background for newsom to now. Tell us that he's instituting a curfew in california from ten to five and for those of you know apparently the latest sciences that the corona by who goes to sleep at ten warriors highly infectious system. What are the other ragged out. But this is coming on the heels of him going. After saintly. You could not have more than three families together in indoor dining in california. Somebody found the fact that he had just died with lobbyists at a place called french laundry which is probably the ritziest a restaurant in california if not the us keller place and he came out and doubled down and said no was outdoor we comply and a woman who was sitting at a table not too far away had snaps pictures clearly was not outdoors and now my question is and i tweeted this yesterday. Kristie fade because. I was thinking about the defense. You go up after ten o'clock so what if you get arrested. What is the defensive. I figured we don't apparently homeless or are exempt from everything. So if you can't be out after ten you just identifies us rag. That is your defense that they're not going to provide shelter the ninth circuit court of appeals and the us supreme court has already said you can't criminalize being homeless shelter so if you're out after ten little free legal advice just say i'm hopeless and mark you. You'd be like you tell the cops this loaded. Range rover is my only possession and rolex daytona. I was just taking it upon it. So i could get some fendt now. Well we've added. We've often talked about gaming. This idea about self identifying it all started off with gender identity. We've kind of morphed into this. That i wanted to use only recently. Have i tried it out. Eight defense to burglary and the defense two. The burglary was burglary has several elements of the crime. You have to break and enter a location that is not yours with the intent to commit a felony there in so you can always talk about what the intent for the felony is but i think that the best defense is to just an. I use this recently with the da. My client is stone called not guilty. Lisa well what are you being. He's the homeowner. What do you mean. He's the homeowner he identifies as the homeowner. So they'll try. He could not break into his house and she was perplexed as read your read your statement of the da's office that says you can self identify and nobody can question it. So that was. That was an bullet. Well my defense was if you actually do lose in our incarcerated then you identifies the warden all right so mark. I don't know what cases you're working on or what cases you can talk about that you're working on. I hope to wait. The the general case your mike manager mike lanky am push the cord. General theory was the national security adviser. Who was fired and then prosecuted and part of what he was prosecuted for was his contacts are lying to the fbi. Spit rather torture case. But all of that revolved around the investigation. And general flynn's lobbying for turkey. I have a guy that i am defending in utah. Where we were. Who is a a person who's charged with. Irs fraud and the fraud scheme. It goes as follows. He wasn't performing it. It was a somebody from a for lack of a better term. Mecom you'd or cooperative in utah had bio few wait a min- utah commun- we just hear sex farm or a polygamy right polygamy yes they had. He had many wives in fact his dad he did he do when i asked about cross. How many how many wives to your dad happy said i don't know i have no idea. Why the beker. So the these the allegation was that this gentleman in utah would file one page forbes with the irs and he would say is sold x amount of gallons of biofuel and then claim to one dollars all told the irs wrote him checks for on these one page. Ford's for over five hundred million dollars and most of that. Five hundred million dollars ended up in turkey and this guy would caught. He pled guilty when kat his basic defense was oh. The turkish guy was giving me protection. So i was just shipping the money over there and i really didn't know and i just do blah blah blah but the thing that always fascinated me about the case in about this guy. Scheme is that as tough as bids to get the ir our brand auditory details. This what page for and they were. You see chess. Their rejects for sixty one hundred. Most thing that they would argue jacket right before the irs who was giving him the money. The irs saying our money right. Jesus christ so how. How did it end. Or did it and still pending. It's up eighty krona happened right love. The trial is suspended. there's motions for new trial. There was a trial that there's something going on mike. Let's see tried trauma. And the and the we were supposed to go back to trial in december that just got vacated because of kuroda. They spent a fortune in the courthouse to outfit the courthouse with plexiglass and everything else. But that was an god. Knows if you're gonna get the jurors to show up at the same time More pressingly how. What mode of transportation did you take to get here. Because we've loomed coach reid flew. Lax jet blue coach here. How did you get here. I was. I flew in from peterborough. And if you want to know first world problems apparently everybody who's got a private jet. In the new york metropolitan area was leaving for thanksgiving today and so we were delayed by about an hour but flu on baby. Big boy is not ready yet. So we've flown the baby you flow to the baby. And now he calls it baby jet. I said adam on various things with the jet needs to get repaired or something catch right and and take it baby. Jetty still waiting for an invitation on big boy. Well it is. It is kinda funny and it's kind of psychological which is when we flew baby jet. I think the time before. I think the first time we flew baby jettisoned may have told you guys were leaving burbank. And we're flying. I think baby was ultimately going to end up out here. Right correct was headed tone. They told us right here. So we're very thank would've baby. Jet tabet in palm beach are very thankful. Catch a ride. i think to texas utah. Utah that time around. But it was explained that the reason the jets coming back to florida is because it has too many miles on it and needs to be rebuilt. So that's not the whole jet but the point is is whether it's a chat or a prostitute. You want to catch them early. The end of the of the life experience. That's all that's all. i'm saying so. You flew how long the flight out. Not bad about from peterborough about two and a half hours. A it's about a two and a half hour flight. I personally you. You will fly commercial at this point. I avoided like the plague. Yeah now i have my say people. Can you can throw stuff happening. But i you know i was raised the first thirteen years of my life by prosecutor in la who was making my dad was a da and he was making the magnificent when he retired in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine hundred seventeen thousand a year and and i always thought. I'll tell the story adams hurt. By seventeen. Thousand is forty one minutes in the air and the baby jets. It's not even that so. I always thought i used to hang out with the old man. He was my idol and literally he joined the. Da's office the same month. I was conceived. I don't know which started by. I was born october. He started in january fifty seven. So i used to go to court with him and i remember following vividly following him to court when i was about twelve or thirteen and i was watching him as a prosecutor. Asking a judge to give this kid who looked like he was my age. I had to be seventeen or eighteen. But he didn't look that on. My father wanted him to do. Ask the judge. The judge gave him eighteen months in state prison for being in a room where marijuana was smoked and that blew my mind. I could not believe that this poor kid was. He wasn't even inhaling. You know it was just in the room where smoke that was actually crying and so we love a young bill clayton yeah. Bill wasn't his inhale thing right. I remember talking to him in the car afterward being distraught. It's one of my memories and talking. How could you do that. I don't care if law though sense baba and shortly thereafter he left the. Da's office became a defense lawyer. Came to the bright side. And for years. I would tell that story. That's and i was partners with the old man for twenty years and thought here this was i that was my first conversion. I literally been so persuasive. And i told that story at his funeral and mother pulled me aside after which. That's so cute that you've spent your entire life thinking that was. She said i told him. If you think. I'm gonna race three kids and put up to college on seventeen grand a year. What you guys entered high school that he was crazy. I would leave him if he didn't leave the da's office and that's that's why he left. That reminds me of a story in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. I walked into my dad's podcast which was basically a grace in which he was interviewing dick cavite and the finesse. The grace humanity of it. I said that's my dad. I'll tell you a couple things now. My dad my dad has lived too long because his son has grown into middle aged rich assault. Who's now asking follow up questions you know and my dad. My dad laid this one on mass talking to three days ago and he goes You know when i got out. Do you wanna talk about no money when my parents got divorced or actually they didn't get divorced. My dad just left because there's no reason to get they didn't have any material rights. There's lapidus people say is nothing you have. Kids are grown. Why what's the point. They lived in a house. That was my grandmother's spare house in north hollywood. So nobody own the house. My grandmother owned it. It was quite a palace so much so that when it sold six years ago for six hundred and eighty grand. Wow they bulldozed. Ed right the ground and it didn't even it was a half lot wasn't big lot but anyway so he lived there. He had nothing he had. Basically what tony randall. Had at the beginning of the odd couple like a frying pan spatula duffel bag and he just left but he also weird when you become and then surpassed the ages of your parents at the time when they when my dad left he was forty one forty two years of age. He had nowhere to go and he had no money. Hinton have a credit card checking account of anything so he had nowhere to go so the only and he had got them friends either. He couldn't even do. He couldn't even surf on a sofa. Do you know where he went back to his. Mum's what no. She was in south philly though he went one mile away to my grandparents home. Who are the parents my mother. Wow so that's civilized. He laughed this shitty extra house. They had the flop. Dan and then move into the one bedroom. One bath could only get to the bathroom by walking through the bedroom. Thousand square foot north. How how old were you. I was like eight nine. Who'd you go with. I was like well. Obviously i see him. If i went to my grandparents fucking the. Dan didn't even have another room. It wasn't like they got a pool house or anything. It was just my grandfather's dan. It was the only place that tv set. And my dad. flop de. but here's what he said to me. He so he was going. He goes so i had nowhere to go. I had no money. I had nowhere to go. i couldn't do anything. I had to go sleep in my grandfather's closet but it was like it was a dan anyway so i said why don't you have any money anyone what why don't you money. You're forty two years old while you're white guy. Come on now. You're living in modern times. So what's going on. He goes he says proudly by the way. I was a schoolteacher. They live in refrigerator rocks in the alley that they have houses that stuff. They do fix. Because i was a teacher like so dope like what did he teach. Don't tell me todd finance now. I wish he taught shop at least had something to talk about it. He was he was kind on again. Off again schoolteacher. Kind of special needs e stuff like you know. Kids were troubled and then at a certain point he got a regular job at five acres and alta dena right which is a basically foster home foster on. But it's it's a it's a orphanage essentially so he worked at. This is the director of education at this orphanage which had a bunch of bungalows and stuff like half the class you. I've been to fundraisers fundraisers for the place that employs. you're dead. Yes half half of them would go to school. And then they're half would stay there because they couldn't they weren't manageable at school. And how is he no. I mean you talked to three days ago as he moved off your mom's parents couch yes he's you know he's funny. He's just one of these guys. He sees fairly worthless. I mean let's be worthless and you know was funny. It's funny he said so he doesn't do anything he doesn't work out anything. He can fix things. He drawing a pension from calpers route. Probably his wife went to you taught at ucla or worked with the administration ucla but he was saying he was complaining about five years ago. He's sitting there and he goes boy. Man your step man. She's she's on the roof she's cleaning the gutters out she scheduling dish. She's doing that. And he's like i wish she'd relax. And it's better fucking hope she doesn't you. Don't do check squat old man. I don't know what i like. The people that sit around or in their annoyed by the other people that are fucking doing all this shit. They're supposed to be going. Bottom is bottom a trumpet so it got him a thought and now he has trumpet lessons. Three thousand dollar trumpet now. Claims like the action is bad and one of the thousand steffi. What's the take it back. It's a disaster. So he's he's alive. My mom is alive. They're sort of technically technically hanging around no less productive people on the planet and i always described them. It's kind of weird because people are like my mom's like eighty seven. My dad's like eighty nine like really. You're all but they're here. You know what i mean and they you know before we were not going to get into the law you quite yet. But i'm more curious has become grandparents. Change them now not not much to their their flatliners but i always describe them as this and i mean it like people think well. They must have pretty good genetics. They're right there knocking on a door. Ninety good genetic they have horrible genes. Look at me that bad genes. What it is is. Neither one of them has a mile on that. So i describe them. Imagine you just picture the shittiest american car a vague a pacer a car a pinto imagining just bought a pinto and just put it in the garage and put it up on blocks and then at some point people will come around and go. It's a piece of shit but it's brand new. That's my parents shitty american car with zero zero. My dad has never done work in the sun. he's never loved and lost. He's never had a motorcycle accident. He never got a bar fight. Like there's just zero miles events stress his biggest stresses. When is this going to be done cleaning the gutter. So she can make me. That's the biggest stressor he said. I need more depth. there's gotta be more depth. He liked psychology. Okay he's he's. He's the human conditions as a student of all humans conditions except for his out. That is not a good student but everyone else's condition. He's got a hand a lot. Okay and does he do a podcast with. He did a podcast. Let me let me tell you. What a winner. This i'll tell you a couple of. We'll talk about the lawn. Second i'll tell this. Marco i you'll get a we call this the best hour of the universe for one reason only because we don't see each other even though live a horse trail away from one another by when we get together we talk. Well i'll i'll give you a couple of effect usually a shot. But so far. I haven't seen the don. Julio nineteen forty two. Even i even said i was going to buy. It was on the ryder de waiting for that. Right to your father vibe mother. The s do we. What do you do up. Welcome to palm beach. I hope i don't get disrespectful speaking about my father. Sometimes it makes me open up a little bit. Yeah you might inhibitions might Fade away. So i'll give you give you two good dads stories take just to give you an insight because see. Here's the thing you're businessman in harm like mark yet. He loves the little man he he's well. He's a champion of the little man. And and the ultra rich and everyone in between that's center in a kind of a check or pod characterize it as a robin hood practice right from the rich give to the poor that that's right okay but imagine this is just put up but ultimately i kind of think like a super arm. Oh businessman right. I think you can't i we're argos. It's very difficult to the dna. Okay so imagine my dad's business accurate right. Just i just want you to picture this. He relies scarlett o'hara he relies on the generosity of others. Okay so when his son made it big. I started leasing them every year luxury car. That was very nice. I thought Look i got money poor. Do that for your mom to now. I would do pissed off by the way i would fix or i put a roof on her house. I did a bunch of shit or her grandmother's house or fucking house. It was. I went to ship for her too but the point is i'd least might add a car so at least a luxury car then. I leased them another three years or four years at least a jag. And then we're getting to the end of the lease and my dad came over to visit me. And i noticed he was driving my step. Mom's honda cr affi. Which at the time that the jaguars was in effect and he's angling for third car at this point but i see him pull up in the crv with the cloth interior by the way front wheel drive fucking screams. I don't like cars. But i must have one but anyway she owns so again. Put the arm. Oh brain on that. I'm paying for the insurance. I'm paying for the mileage paying for the jag. There they owned the crv. Put mileage on the okay. So i say to him. Why didn't you drive the jag. And not only that the jag. I pay for twelve thousand miles a year. We get to the end. It's like thirty six thousand mile road. He's like twenty one thousand and we're two weeks away from turning the thing in which by the way they do not kick that that's money that ever come right pocket that money. So i say dad not only. Do you have a beautiful. Jaguar not only paid for and the insurance pay for. But you're well under the mileage on it so you should be driving the jag when you come to visit me. And he goes. Yeah okay. I get it and then. He starts talking about reopen with jack. All right the next time he comes over he shows up in the crv deck and daf. What are you doing. And he's like It was behind me the driveway. I said your jag is due to be turned in the mileage. You're not driving it. I got to pay for that mileage. And he goes yeah. How's that mileage thing work again. I the way works is i already paid for. But you're not driving because fine. Then he wants wants to get. I said okay. We'll see next time he shows up shows up in the crv again. I go hey fuck it old man. we're not. You're not getting another jack. I told you three god damn times you drove the fuck and crv over here three times you want. Then he gets all puffy with me. Because i didn't know part of the lease was. I had to drive the car. You want me to go home and just go around the block ten times. So we're even. I said no dad but unleashing your car and you could show me the courteous. The is show me the courtesy of driving the car when you come over and he goes. I don't know why that's important. I don't get it. And i said you don't get it. And he said no. I don't get it. And i said you can't pick your wi. That would mean something to me because now they have no idea. He's a therapist. He goes now and a and a student of humid lease car. Driving your stepmother's car you know what's the difference. I said i realized he doesn't speak any language except for flugel heart right. I said dad. I said that. How about this. You don't think this makes it different now. You cannot see my point of view on this. You can't see how that would affect me. You can't see how. I wouldn't be apt to want a leash you another car. Now what's the difference. I i don't know what the rules are. I sit imagine if there were a couple of guys you play jazz with and one guy said. Can you buy me a flugel horn and you want. Okay ah buy you a flugel horn and then the next time you guys got together to jam. He showed up with his old dented. Flugel hard and you said where's the flugel horn i- baccio and he said. Hey who's counting. Don't think about it. And then he showed up with it again and then the third time he said. Oh by the way. Can i get a new flew a horta. What would you say to him that and he was like shit i understand. I had to put it in trump and tease trumpet. Tease said that i. I don't know what you've been real. Cuban hyphen iverson. Appetizer trumpet. tease. As you were telling that story i was. I don't know why the shows you. How bizarre my brain is i was thinking of. Today's buddy else watched the rudy. Giuliani press conference with the. Did you see the. Did you see these paradise sweat coming down the side these now for those of you don't know rudy in his day. Prior to being a mayor was a false. The walls kind of take no prisoners. Us attorney in the southern district of new york. I mean that's what he made his career on. This was somebody who was highly regarded. That's he kind of parlayed. Mostly insider trading by white collar criminal prosecution and then to watch to remember that i remember because i was probably at the time when he was a. Us attorney probably a five or ten year lawyer and had just started doing kind of significant federal cases. And if you were in that world he was somebody you knew about. And he was he invented basically the perp walk where he would have the cops go in to some know wall street style place perp. Walk the person out who had just indicted and prosecuted him and that was kind of his claim to fame and then to now watch between the four seasons landscaping press conference and that one that he just gave. And i keep i am. I guess this is part of always defending the indefensible. But a i keep thinking there's got to be a strategy here. There has to be some kind of strategy. I figured it out. Yeah not to mention the sasha baron cohen jonky eventful three weeks right and it is sudden works at the white house it just was diagnosed with corona virus as well but i think and and to some degree you could argue that it was him who got trump impeached as well by by doing the u the ukraine dots that played right into houses hands. But i think what's happening here trying to. I've been safe for about two months. That i did think that there was going to be a method or a pathway for them to get to the us supreme court because if you saw the us supreme court cases that have been coming out either. That arose out of the pennsylvania or wisconsin and michigan. The there would be split but basically reading. The opinions are listening to the people. I didn't know that there was a pathway. Now i think there was a pathway and it was a basically you saw what you would. I talked about a month ago. happened yesterday trump summoned to of the republican michigan. Let's state legislators to the white house. And this is what i and thought going in. Even before the election was going that i thought you were going to buy me a shot and beers for light beers. Were thirteen year olds marks. Thank you so. He invited the to state legislators from michigan to the white house yesterday. And what. I have tried to game this out figure out what the end game is. Because i just can't believe that rudy has completely lost his mind. The i believe if the constitution reads and alito has said this of his opinions then if there is saab credible sense that there is fraud in the voting. If you can create that then it's up to the state legislatures to send the electors. They could override. State legislature can override the popular vote. At least if it has been certified if it has been certified. I can spend an hour talking about that but so part of my thought. Is that if they get michigan if they get wisconsin and potentially some place else. I don't know if it's georgia arizona. Something else and they said a different electoral slate that that would be the fight in the house. Which would then presumably get to the. Us supreme court. Because he's trying to figure this out. A reminds me of what i go into the criminal courts building in los angeles and i watched some public defender snatching defeat from the jaws of victory of a witness and trying to figure out what they're doing what they're thinking. Maybe i give that too much credit. But that's the only thing i can think of is in some. Somehow they create their his ideas. Giuliani's ideas created chaos up to get to get them into the us supreme court so the supreme court could rule on this and say yes. The constitution says state legislatures control while. Now as you're saying this i was thinking about. The turnabout is fair. Play in the mike. Chaos theory so right leading up to the election. My theory was that the democrats and cnn and msnbc and they all conspire just creating so much. Chaos about trump was like oh. He went to arlington and took a dump on the tomb of the unknown soldier. We don't we're insiders say. We don't have verification. And then there were this launch off on that and then they'll corona virus thing and they just go. There's so much literally just throwing spaghetti against the wall. Eventually america would just go. Enough is enough like we don't like by. Don't care we to ahead about a year ago. I asked you to prognosticate because adams. Scotty a yes. He does chris and he's got a very good luck. Turbo vision and a year ago. He kept telling me. Trump's biggest problem is the exhaustion. And that's what he thought it was saying. This is wealth of or impeachment or anything else he kept telling me. It's the exhaustion factor right and so now maybe trump in company are trying to raise so much speculation and create so much and it can be effective in that. You here thank you. What's her name wants to release the cracking. You hear her singing. How how who by the way. Another shot by the way sir. Yeah poor guys got to do three shows too. You gotta do to be up with me in the second show. I mean so. Are they powell by the way. Sydney powell is the woman who did the press conference who's next federal prosecutor. Who represents michael flynn now and said about released a crackle and look i for whatever you say ideologically. If you're on the writer you on the left. I may died of the wall and i admitted criminal defense lawyer and i may be ideologically one hundred and eighty degrees opposed to flamed and some of the stuff but at the same time i love the fact that she exposed that the doj was playing. They were playing fast and loose dirty influence case. There is no doubt none whatsoever. That inflames case his old fricken deep. Sixth the fact that in the notes they had made it off the record deal with to not prosecute his son. They didn't want to disclose that to flynn's business partner who they were prosecuting. I've been that's vintage. Doj that's what they do. And so. I've got this kind of people get bad but let's look if you have done criminal defense and i've said it for years. The only people who hold the government to to account are criminal. Defense lawyers you see. What the government does you see what they do on a daily basis. I argue to juries all the time you why do you think why do you coming here and assume that what the department of justice tells you is true. They're no different than the post office. A why why do you think they got it right. It makes absolutely no sense. It's governor bureaucracy. And they don't understand their duty for the most part so going back to sydney power. The one thing that gives me pause. I she did that. Press conference rooting at this point. As i said. I struggle mightily to of what he's doing but she's no dummy you can she. She knows that she's gone all in on this and it's it's a huge bet for and and that it's it sounds crazy. It sounds conspiratorial but at the same time she said the thing about flynn and she turned up the documents. So i don't wanna feed into the conspiracy theory. Well what is the crack in. And when is she going to it. And why wouldn't she release the crack and sooner than later. This is why this is why you know the law. There's a thing if you've defended a client and you think that they've got you have a doubt as to their their ability to participate in the trial or their defense. You can declare a doubt to the judges suspense. The proceedings it's called the thirteenth sixty eight. I declare doubt. And i've done it. It's rare exceedingly rare but if my client i've got one play charged with murder famously. Who has no idea what's going on. Thinks is bob sto alive. Who's accused of killing and i declared a doubt multiple times with her. I almost at the point where i wish i could declare doubt because you can't wait can't just baked that assertion filed lawsuits lose all without producing the evidence. And you can't just strategically you can't wait and then just say i've been with leash once i get to the us supreme court because the us supreme court presumably is going to say we don't have this the record it has to be in the record in order for us to judge so it sucked weight and it's rapidly coming either. They have to the expression fisher kobe. She's got to Rat to paraded out or a bullet but back to the chaos theory may be built. Just throw enough stuff out there. Talk about the crack and groupies rudy's over there. He's stripping grecian formula. Feel bad for though i well. I mean he's like anyone with energy. I'm attracted to energy. I'm like a kitten and i see movement. I'd go after it. You know what i mean. It's because i come from flatliners i love. I love the energy. St- idea that he could purdue produce enough sweat activate his grecian formula and also. Listen i don't know if there's any out here in the but once you lose all your hair you don't have to die the six strands. You have left. You know what i mean. I always say gray. Gray is better than right right. But he's dying. If you are simply dying the right and left side of your head. Put the hair dye away. You know what i mean or go all in get a sharpie. I the top coverage spray on the miracle hair. Something i see him on fox in sometimes he shows up with the with the i. Side you know. His ex wife was quoted somewhere recently as saying that That she feels bad even though divorce that there's nobody in his life to try to give him that kind of little guide sir what i would call a forum shepherd to give him a little direction. I mean you lied. He's on kind of a world. Where at least the national platform and it's it's a very heavy fall that he's taken career-wise reputational wise. I've been i you. I i have a hard time. I laugh at it. Obviously because it's funny but at the same time. It's kind of pathetic. Well every time he shows up on hannity is two things as the side by side guy on the hair and the next move is the glasses. Glasses have become weaponized goes up. He's got the glasses on like sean. If these people don't stop research waving the glass around then he puts her glasses back on then. he whips the glasses off. I've done a million associates. I know you. you're like a regular tucker now. well i get the Get the call. The day of you know they drive the van over. Do they really. Oh you do satellite dish. Yeah that now that's for those of you don't do these hits if they really want you. They will send a car for you. That's the that's at one point when i was a favourite son at cnn. They built a studio in my in my office so i could go out to floors because it was whatever white woman was missing. Who was pregnant. I was on speed dial so that was kind of the but they rarely go back. Twenty years to find them paying the money to send a satellite truck because that's an expensive proposition. The satellite truck comes out there first of all. They've got two guys who have demand the satellite trucks second of all the truck itself costs more than operating baby chat per hour. I brownlee say got no satellite time. Two guys thing. It's an expensive proposition. Well so they send the truck over and they literally just pull it up my driveway and they pull it sort of the end of the driveway. So that's a little out of the traffic and it probably has kind of a leveling device camper somebody put little scissor jack or something if you're on him in kleiner slope or something but the van pulls up got the air conditioning blowing the got the camera over here the screen down below but they turn the screen off. Because it's like a two second delay and it'll fuck you up when you're doing. It has the seat here with a kind of table that swings out. And you just come in and the goat the hits at five thirty you come down at five twenty five. You sit in a chair. Run the mike up three that. Put the clinton in your your ear. And then they just do the head and then they leave and my son is a huge tucker carlson fan. He's in the house. Let me tell you how shaded this little shit is you want to check. Out the tucker. Carlson remote van good. Could you imagine that if somebody can't actually for those of you over heaven. Earth sunny is an old soul. I walk in the mornings and i will occasionally see sunny walking in the The neighborhood and what are the things that i admire about sunny in your job as a is when you talk to somebody his eight. What is fourteen fourteen okay. It's very rare for those of you were parents. You'll know what i talk about for a fourteen year old male to look you straight in the eye while he's talking to you and and talk subject for predicates and not only. Does he do that but he's very respectful. Eighties curious eac. He's he takes after his mother. He's in they pull the ban up so the way it works is i just get the call the day of and my sistance says tucker wants to hit tonight and i go. What's the subject. And then he throws out the subject. And i go fine and then i go do my podcast and about three thirty. The hit will be five thirty. I'll go home shave. Get my little makeup while for output a little powder on and then i get a steno pad and i try to write down some jokes. I tried up. Whatever the subject is a like five beats of the joke. And i'll just put it out in front of me on the table that you can't really look down that's kind of leading up into it. You can hear the feed. You can watch the feed. Try to kind of commit these two memory and then hit the beach. So i'll give you a couple of jokes told on. I just did it on thursday actually The subject was barack obama and his seven hundred sixty seven page book and just how big the book was and audio book is twenty nine hours. I don't know if i knew that. And i have a question. Jaba does not have barack. The the president does not have our dna. Do you know why now because he would've hammered that check and done it. Four hour and twenty minute audio audiobook. And or what a signed a multi book seven bucks right. that not are no armone. The woodfire hours. I've done five bucks. A combined. audio point of five books is twenty nine hours. That's five bucks in new york times bestsellers shows you. That is no. There's no coin in doing quantity over quality. All right i will. I will tell you the jokes. I told on tucker about How big and how. Long how vast obama's book was i said. His book was so big. I downloaded it and my phone got heavier. His book was so big it. I got it on amazon. It was nineteen ninety five. Thirteen hundred dollars for shipping. Then he said did you read. Did you listen to the whole audio book. I haven't heard the whole thing. I just heard the first seventeen hours on the toilet too little. I question the fox. I do not think. I would find it hard to believe that anybody would invest twenty nine hours in listening to any book. I just i that to me again. I think if you get a big enough check could talk forever. I could but the big enough check. I just find it hard to believe. I wish there was some way to kind of tested than anybody would. Listen for twenty. Nine hours i just i i that i have a great deal of resistance to that idea that concept i wonder was the editor who the publisher you know. You and i have talked about publishers because the publishing industry we both published books and now adam. Smartly publishes now publisher my last book. Did you liking it ransacked. No you can. I can't remember their name. they're good. I just can't remember their name. Are you going to do a spot me spot. This is funny. Because i have a sense. He's going to do a spot if it's a spot i'm thinking of. Are they going to be. Yeah or rudy. Rudy giuliani got. I didn't know this. But now i how. How does this sponsor react to this. I will i will carotene. That rudy was not using madison. Reed mr the long way to go for that plug. No he was using a sharpie dipping in indian oil indian ink. I should say anyway. Masonry mr rudy should have used it. You want a little more Pepper and a little less salt. You want a nice natural look. Madison reed makes this stuff for the women. Now that make stuff with the men or for the men at madison reed. Mr and it worked on your beard. It'll work on your dome is well you go online you just match your hair color they send you a little send you look kit. Put the gloves on work. The color through their let it sit for ten minutes. Rinse it off bob. Is your uncle quick. Easy and a natural look and not the shoe. Polish look john travolta circa two thousand and eleven. Look it is madison. Re mr right. Gary go to madison. Reed mr dot com. That's m. a. s. o. n. r. e. e. r. dot com and use code adam ten for ten percent off plus free shipping on your first box again. That's code adam. Ten all right. What else do we got. I would love to do this. But i would love questions. Let's stay ever done questions. Lin wood lin is an old friend. A dear friend. What kyle rittenhouse. Yeah so did he get released. Kyle was released. Yesterday john peers. Who is his lawyers from los angeles. I'm sorry kyle's the young young man of seventeen. I think as old canosa brought the long rifle but also i ate kid kid and got chased down to guys got shot blah blah blah and. Lynn has adopted this case. And i literally have noted since. I was defending gary condit. Who was a congressman in the shandra. Levy lynn took gary's wife's case for defamation and libel against one of the tabloids for saying that she carries wife had no thumbs or some crazy thing the front page of sub supermarket tablet. And i at the time i would be very. I wouldn't have given fifty cents for that case in terms of him getting anywhere and he got somewhere and then he also famously. If any of you watched or followed. The richard jewell saga the olympic bomber. He he turned that around as well. Jon benet ramsey lind has had a storied career and nicholas salmon. This salmon he also was represented and he would probably punch me of us here for saying it but recently lost the case against yellow busk of the binder with the submarine for the kids but gave it a hell of a minor by air or the mining guys. You're trapped in whatever adnan colorado petrified that tried that got to do. There was a defense verdict. He was up against that was an uphill battle for him because he was in california elon. Musk is beloved in. California alone gave a apparently theatrical performance on the stand anyway. Lid has been very supportive of rittenhouse rid vows who was charged with two counts. I believe murder or assault Was released yesterday. The bipedal guy and ricky schroder posted the bail right. Oh really or do to ricky schroder and this guy ricky schroder the my pillow guy. Yeah that's a combination that could be jeopardy question. You know five hundred dollars posted bail for by for ranger kyle rid is. Wow i. we talked about it on a previous episode. I think they're gonna have a hard time. Convicting that guy i mean. He's being physically chased when he turns around gets cornered and shoots the guy the other guy and but in the other guys chase him of trying to hit him with a skateboard. But here's an interesting question for you. Evidently the guys that got shot the guys were killed and then the other guy kinda got his bicep blown off they all seem to have pretty sketchy records. They all seem to be up to no good with a track track record of of nefarious activities. That wouldn't look good under the light. Scrutiny how much of that factors in and does any of it though. I always say the mother of the judges not been bored. Who's going to let that. It and the reasoning is this first of all in the state court. The judges have a very close. Some would say symbiotic relationship with the prosecution. They caring. i always say they're they're judges who i will call. Da in row distract attorney in a row. They're the what can i ask this. What if it's germane like what if you go. This guy showed up at rallies in the pass got the conflicts physically beat up reporters or other people. And now he's continuing this pattern. That's why he was chasing written a give you two examples. The judge would say most judges would say it goes to read now says state of mind he would have to know in his state of mind that these guys were bad guys. We're going to do harm. And that is what informed his decision to utilize. he couldn't possibly know. Possibly no. i'll give you a different example. Also since we're talking about the gentleman. Who is accused of murdering george floyd though everybody is seen the videotape of him. How right back down. Normally the thing about george floyd would come in in that instance in that case. However if i don't have any fact of any inside information but i have read. They worked together at the same location at it was a nightclub that they were both security if he could make a plausible claim the accused the defended the cop that he knew some of these things that could potentially go to his state of mind. And then you could get into things that normally would not be allowed in a judge might allow wear something because they knew each other that informed his thinking that is why he didn't take his because he had had a previous encounter. Something like that. That's the way at least the analysis a judge is supposed to do so right now. i can't see other than we talked about before the bringing the gun across state lines. In fact yeah. I if what are the guys who was interviewed yesterday prior to be released was i believe the guy who had acquired the gun. Who's in the crosshairs will be. They'll do what prosecutors do bass which is threatened somebody to get them to sing from their script. The he was talking about the fact. And why. i've said all along you. Can you could win the battle. Lose the war. You could get it so that you could win. The burger lose on a manslaughter because of your mental state and then they could just pile up the time that you get on the transportation across state lines those kinds of things as well When do you think that will go to try. If they were smart would have. They would not have wave type and gone to trial immediately. And that's a. That's a very political case in terms of. Who's prosecuting it. Who's the governor of that state which political parties they belong to land. Ed pearce are both playing that angle. The payment position is that lynnwood would have a much cleaner shot at a lot of the defamation stuff as he did with nicholas sandman against some of these major news outlets are calling a white supremacist and things like that if he is not convicted. Correct if he is convicted. You've got a. You've got a real problem by hurdle by if you're cnn washington post new york times la times. Whatever if you call the guy a white supremacists and he's convicted of bringing a firearm across the state line. You still feel like that that that's nfl nationwide that you'd have to put it and actually that would go to damages because they would say okay if you are a convicted bureau say you get convicted of something else if you're a convicted felon. What are your potential damages for being called a white supremacist. When you're already convicted felon and that would factor into the analysis as well. Well i think that's about. Oh we got one more question. Sorry lasts your expert opinion. Mark your water. The odds of the election get into supreme court. I will tell you. I am been having this argument discussion for months now because i thought all along. I had thought that based what i was saying the bible win the popular vote. That biden would win. The various states city needed to and what of the reasons that i think that trump is going to go all in is based on my experience with dealing with clients who are facing existential threats. I dealt with numerous people over almost forty years who are dealing with an existential threat. What i call essential threat is for if trump is out of office. He loses his presidential immunity at least as interpreted by the doj january. Twenty first. Either the attorney general or the manhattan. Da both or state prosecutors could indict him for all. I know the southern district of new york already it david but that wouldn't matter if parts himself on the way out the door and if he's extricated he will parked himself. He's either going to partner sell for or hill resigned. Pence have the his exposure is the state court of new york. And the da. And the attorney general. The attorney general has already showed. She's not afraid of bringing charges against them. That kind of existential threat puts him into a situation where he's cornered. And when i see quarter clients i know that they will do virtually anything anything to retain any hope of not going down that road. That's why i think he's not gonna go willingly. By percentage you think percentage. I think i i think that for all of those who are saying. This is over your way premature. I think percentage wise. It's better than fifty fifty that this is either going to end up in the supreme court. And maybe it's the shift goes to the supreme court. Do they wanna take. There's a famous quote about. The supreme court reads election returns. I've been that. Is you know they. John roberts chief justice is what you would call it. It's the to was. He just wanted to get anywhere near this. And but you've got a leader. You got thomas you've got arguably cavenaugh. Ab cody barron. I don't know in terms of what she's going to do. But this is. I think the wild ride mr toads wild ride is still to come. I do not think. He's going to concede i think he's going to do everything possible to maintain his power because he knows that if he leaves he's going to be in the crosshairs his life as he knows it is not going to be the same. Well it's a very interesting informed tape. Because i think everyone else thinks he doesn't want to leave because he doesn't want to be a civilian but you're saying it doesn't leave because i'm telling you i agree with howard. Stern howard stern his famously said repeatedly that he has nineteen forty. Two all right. Wow look it up. Thank you get mark out of his shell. I'll wrap it up after done. This is why. I can't leave the house. So the the thing is i think his life for an avid stirred his argue. This for a while was arguably better. He didn't have to put up with all the nuts. And for whatever way you view him he probably could create speculation as a media channel combined with newsmax by ed. Do whatever it could be fabulously. Wealthy wouldn't worry by the way all those people who talk about his four hundred billion dollar debt are bronze. Because i look. I and i'm not trumpian but he's got assets the dwarf before billion dollar debt europe. Boron if you keep talking about that you really don't understand leverage realistic. But the fact is what's happening here is he knows what's coming there's got to be. He's he he knows that he's got a mortal threat from the da and the attorney general and the only way the only way is to run out the clock in. That's for him to remain in power. And he's got bill part doj to enforce the doj policy bird which by the way is not law. But it's policy that the doj says you can't indict a sitting president all right. I need you to hold my hair. While i vomit and the toilet erica green room so it will be short now. We're heavyweight several professionals. You guys should be drinking his shake it off. Shake it off. Mark garriga separate body and until next. Oh we should give some plugs out. Let's give him a round of applause. Thank you east. I often say for those of you. Don't know mark twain is. He's the mark twain record tour of jones. He dispenses wisdom site literally. Think that. i'll tell this that much better lawyer for my friendship with adam. I mean he gives you the by the way. I will tell you nothing. They're listening to this or will be lizard. Nothing drives prosecutors crazier than the fact that i'm friends with adam lives. That's that note. Thank you all for coming you guys until next time. 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John Catsimatidis on Bernie & Sid celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

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John Catsimatidis on Bernie & Sid celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

"The Heritage Day on Talk Radio Seventy seven WABC already had some great guests on the senior center of the State of Florida, Marco Rubio joined US moments ago. The CEO of Goya had Nicole Malia. Talk is still come Myra scholley, former Yankee Great Tino Martinez former met, great Edgardo Alfonzo Kimberly Kilfoyle, but John Consummate our proud owner great guy he actually put out. A quote yesterday it's in today's New York Post and it goes like this the. New York City is among the most vibrant and fastest growing said John Owner of what Apple Media and this radio station as an immigrant myself. I should say I understand what it means to take pride in your culture, your heritage ethnicity on the path by which we all become New Yorkers seventy-seven WABC radio GRISTITI's the Augustino. Group up proud of the contributions made by our Hispanic brothers and sisters whether it is the bows of Hispanic owned businesses or the millions of new, Yorkers of Hispanic heritage who work live playing pray here in the greatest city honors, it is only right and appropriate that we take a moment to reflect on the accomplishments and tremendous impact that our fellow Hispanic new. Yorkers have had throughout our city's storied history, and with that said here, he is the author of that great quote our owner when and good friend John. Good Morning John. How's the M. and M.'s delicious? Two. Big Bags more margot dropped off last week. So thank you so much. You're looking at answer diabetic. I can't stop eating candy in the morning. Hey. John Silvia Snow and you can buy EMINEM's. With. Your debit I did by you but serve yesterday John why, why is it so important to you that today you've taken your radio station and we've made this a day for the Hispanics Well I've worked very closely with. Hispanics almost all my life I mean. Increase TV's in red apple in the. Original stores and Dagestan? No, I think are. management and employees are over fifty sixty percents which is You know the majority and I go I lived in Puerto Rico for a little while. Back in the eighties when we own Capital Airlines and Puerto Rico was our big. destination not only reflect the SAN, Juan, we also flew to. Lincoln, which was another city. Further out. In you know it's I. It seems like I. Think we celebration of this is important. You know we just passed Columbus that. And traditionally said there was not only an Italian Columbus Day parade in New York on fifth. Avenue. There was also a Hispanic Columbus Day on Fifth Avenue and. You know being scared that we have nothing and our city is dead. I feel that. We should do our part. To keep. Things alive in the. and. It's so sad Feta district, our restaurants I. Said I. Think you're right. I think this is more political than not not that we shouldn't be cafo we should be careful but. What what's happening in our city? A It's a I would change a fear campaign where are they are scaring people? And the rest of the country. Is. Opened up and then the other fear campaign said me said that that's going on. Is the fact Oh my God. Ten thousand people protested positive. Well, we gave them another million cash. If you're the more test, you're GONNA have the more people are gonNA retest correct now that we're not telling you is that's right. That's right. Down to Zilch because we finally know how to treat this virus and we do have medicines. For, we may maybe the other fear campaign vaccine. Well forty years later, they're still not a vaccine. For AIDS. They don't tell you that. And then. I think what Donald Trump did and put it at warp speed just like the. starship enterprise warp speed. You're going to get. A vaccine and you have so many companies working on it. You're. GonNa get it in record time. This has never happened in our country before no, you're absolutely right John Katzman TD's Bernie and sit show John. This is Bernard mcgurk. Oh you're the personification of the American dream and emigrant wildly successful businessman. As we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Day here on seventy seven, WABC MR catch you are our leader. You can be the savior of New York City. How close are you now to running from? Are you any closer than the last time since the last time we spoke in well, I don't want to confuse New Yorkers, I don't want to confuse Americans. I think we should get the presidential race done, which is fourteen days away or is it thirteen days? Not Nine? Yeah and then and then I think we can have a serious discussion but it doesn't matter if you're a Democrat or Republican, you know what's more important than being Democrat or Republican being a real American being real New Yorker with common sense now. What's happened on? A Robert. Unit from. Wish we support Goi at one, hundred, ten percent both station and both. Were steadies and. He said that the Democrats tried to take the words under God. Away from the statement of our country. I mean what is going on the Democratic Party and? I was a Bill Clinton Democrat I ran the campaign in the northeast or in New York and I love the guy and he was one was a common sense guy that he makes mistakes sure. But everybody makes mistakes. But. It's important. That I would say to you right now. That the crazy Democrats, loonies that are going around trying to change our way of life. I call upon. All I. Call on all Common Sense Democrats. Row when you go to the polls say Whatever you have to say to those loonies vote against them. Vote you know just let them know that. Sense. Americans commonsense New Yorkers are still around and you know what you do I know even commonsense. Democrats that are running are scared stiffen. I won't mention names but guess? Scared stiff. So you know what you do, it's a secret ballot when you go into the ballot box. And these loonies that are trying to change our way of life. voted. Gets. Them. They always has the answer. Listen on a final no John whether it was Columbus. Day when we got Great Italians on this radio station all day long last week back the blue from the press conference we did on Thursday of the shows we did on Friday to today's Hispanic heritage show. I gotTa Tell Ya Brunei very proud to be your morning hosts on this station as we continue to represent, identify and value every person of every ethnicity in the city, and that's because of your vision. 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Jailhouse Rock

Fame is a Bitch

36:47 min | 2 years ago

Jailhouse Rock

"From workhouse connect in a j Benza. Vein. He liked to be walked on a leash and play really dirty kinky sex games is the guy put the cock and the peacock network. Okay bitch. Hey, everybody AJ Benji here famous bitch. This is November ninth. Twenty eighteen today show's brought to you by third law. The company that is making millions of women. Happy by designing bras by using real women's measurements to find impeccable fit and incredible field. Third loves the industry's leader was seventy size seventy including signature half-cup sizes, his quality and every stitch the details make difference. Hey, it's convenient you got to skip the trip fine year fit in sixty seconds. Third loves online fit finder. Order abroa- tried on at home. No more awkward fitting room experiences. My wife is about to get her new third love bra any day now. And ladies, I'll be letting you know how she loves it and what she loves about. Because listen, what does it guy? 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And in the case of the real housewife of New Jersey, Teresa Goudie Che or good Dietsch, whatever the fuck how she pronounces her name. I've given up on that Theresa good each could he ho cares. There's a lot of ground to cover. K I got some exclusive shit here, which would make all of you real housewives fans. A little crazy. I was laughing the other day because TMZ interviewed Theresa because of her husband, Joe, as you know, he'd been in prison for a while. Now, he may be sent away exile bounce deported to Sicily. And Harvey over TMZ thought that talking to Theresa they'd get into how sad and how hurt she was. And how she's coping all that shit. Okay. I guess on the only one to know that she's been done with her husband. For a while. Now. Okay. Their marriage is kaput. There's nothing between them anymore. I can't believe I know this, and and TMZ doesn't, but anyhow, you know, Theresa's been banging her doctor friend, rich Maja. I mean, it it's happening. People know this. And in the end of the TMZ conducted, it was obvious. She couldn't give shit last. Why she was there Harvey's like how are you taking this and Theresa got one day time next question Harvey? Are you thinking of moving yourself in the girls to Sicily? This has got to be very big views next question. Theresa did. Bravo wanna take cameras to the prison awhile? They can't do that. Because it's a prison. Right. But maybe, you know, follow you up to the door. That's a big story point for the show. We now they never asked do that. And I would never have done that. Really? Yeah. They didn't it. What a bunch of bullshit. Reality produces salivate for story lines. Like this, you know. And then again, as they hung up and went to break Harvey and Charles were like that was weird. What just happened? I don't know. It's. It's. Why won't they report? What's up? What's the big fucking deal? Why is everybody so crazy and giddy to interview this woman? She's a nobody do you realize this is like going down your block and interviewing a pin in the ass. Neighbor. What has she ever done beside spend way more money than she ever earned and went bankrupt. He's you people who were both sentenced to prison for fraud. Theresa served eleven months and Joe will complete his forty one month sentence in March. They also have an ad section two years and seven months, I know this because that's what Andy Cohen was dying. Talk about on watch rude. Happens watch that fucking bullshit. First of all Andy Cohen reminds me of that really bitchy gay kid Nike say the gay kid, you knew an ice school because we had no kids in high school who were open about being gay in nineteen seventy eight seventy nine and nineteen eighty that that was non existent, but the way this fucking guy axe. It's it's basically a guy in charge of a bitch fest. And I remember I remember Andy Cohen way back in New York City in the early nineties when he was a young producer. Gaff unle did net. This gay in fabulous. Tell you that right now. If you can believe it there were nights that me an Andy Cohen, and Carol Rodwell from real housewives were all working, you know, we we will working as journalists for networks for newspapers very weird that we're all on these different factions of entertainment right now. But. Anyhow in this show. The the women who values privacy Theresa and doesn't want her daughters to hear things they might not like toll to the whole country. She hears him ask. What about not having sex with you husband? And she smiles she smiles with cameras, and she says, two years seven months, and I'm counting, and the, and, you know, everybody laughs and claps and whoops it up because hey, it's watched what fuck it happens lie. What a bunch of shit and like a bunch of morons. You know? I can't take by the way at home her daughters. Jere Gabriella Malania and Adriana who's combined ages equal fifty two. They're putting the heads on the fucking pillows that draw the curtains in their house, and they're crying with embarrassment and shame it really are because their mother and their father, mainly their mother, what a fucking won an embarrassing thing to grow up under you kidding me. Because their mother can't keep fucking mouth shut. That is unless she's anywhere near her doctor pal rich Majuro now, Dr rich Maja was the guy who has helped Theresa shape her new body new bodybuilding hobby. He's the guy helped her out just what she needed somebody that makes her look less feminine and more brutish, you know, let's let's rip for lattes. Shred her tries and blast her traps and cut up gluts anything to stay in the limelight. That you know. Theresa will get another head attached to robotic if it meant another season or TV show or relevancy. That's what she cares about these reality shows, especially the real housewives franchise. It turns women and men, but mainly women into monsters. I know there's so many of my female listeners and patrons who just fuck in love the shows, but for Christ's sake, it is the downfall of women in the American culture really is. Oh my God. They turn women into monsters these more than a few if turned bed. They don't measure their family's happiness in vacations or -ccomplish, mints or love. They measure it and second and third seasons. Bigger ratings spinoffs. But you know, Therese's sitting in Andy Cohen everybody so excited, you know. Hey, there's a housewife in the house. Oh my God. Con down guys cheese is. There was a writer. I've known for twenty years more guy named Jess Kato. I think Justice a big shot at people magazine. Now, whatever the fuck, and he tend to bar during the other night show, watch what happens. So fucking embarrassing. I saw him posted picture on Instagram his viewpoint of of Theresa inner seed, Andy holding the cards with his legs crossed and asking a very pertinent question. And I think just goal sent out a message to his people on so site to be what the fuck happened to men what the fuck has happened to the mail specie. Pew. Managing your father saying, hey, hey, stop what you're doing. You're gonna wanna come downstairs and see this. Nobody say nothing. Interesting to this shithead host. Really how far removed from our parents who were solid individuals who would never be caught dead. Watching this bullshit. But I know all of you like to talk about how how how ravaged you are with your fandom for the real housewives franchise. And I know I get a lot of shit when I thought in talk down about it. But for God's sakes, guys girls, there's nothing real about any of this. So stop with the fuck and hysteria. Theresa also said, you know since Joe's been in prison. There's no conjugal visits, and she doesn't like to kiss him when she shows up it pays it at like to kiss him. I don't like doing that in front of other people. That's what she told Andy Cohen. I don't like go in there. I've I really don't like it. I don't like the rue. I don't let goal the people around me. I just don't might. And that's not all. Glamour magazine reached out to her as part of this series on how much women spent annually on their glamorous look. Theresa said. This is fucking and say Teresa said she spends more than twenty two thousand dollars annually to make her look as good as she looks. That's a lot of money for a bunch of fucking spray tans and pancake makeup. And I'm sure Andy Cohen is the one paying off that credit card Bill, but still come on. I mean, the network brought Bravo pays for everything. They paid for the big Sweet Sixteen they pay for trips to Europe they pay for rings. They pay for rehabs. Okay. You name it. They pay for it. Brandy Glenville Jesus. She's been my God. And trust me. Dr Majuro has been paying that beauty Bill for Theresa ever since Joe's been in prison, but you don't want. Maybe maybe Theresa lex, not flaunt all the money. You're spending so much after just getting released from a stint in a fucking can how about that. Why don't you use your head? I mean, when you're in the can, you know, she probably use the black sharpie for eyeliner and Kool-Aid powder to dire hair. But Theresa says, she's got a hefty routine. That includes professional has styling both talks blowouts. Both tocks. And I'm sure a little up work from New Jersey stone and brick face. Okay. Her daily skin care routine cost two hundred thirty two dollars daily daily. That's about two hundred thirty one dollars more than mine or yours. You know, illicit sometimes she slums it. She pays eight bucks for intervening cleansing pad or nine dollar Neutrogena makeup wive. She also talks about using a sixty dollar. I cream. And the biggest dent in her checking account as a twelve thousand dollar hair routine that involves Carrington treatments worth funding fifty dollars and coloring treatments that involve a twelve hundred dollar root treatment every two months. This is disgusting. Have you seen her hair? And let me tell you as a parent as a parent, honestly, I feel guilty Feis spend two hundred dollars for myself on anything because you know, the rest of the way it's all about what my kids need, man. How do you rationalize putting that much money to work to keep you looking like an old Pallone book or a member of the lollipop killed? How do you do that? And there's more okay in what should absolutely shocked. Nobody Theresa gets a two hundred dollar facial every month and a six hundred dollar both talks treatment every three to five months. You know what? Sheikh. No, fuck yourself. I need about above my left eye on account of the bells balls, yet told you guys about and I've gotten in in you know, over a year. So you know, why because my kids. Need things. And after that my wife deserves things so I'm third in line. So my fucking left is an opening up as much as it should while AJ. Guess what? Go fuck yourself, you kids need things and your wife needs things. You can't think you saw like that. But she does. You know, why you thinking that Holly is self Theresa? What will the what do you think you fucking Andy Cohen considering all the money? She going to have to fork over to the to immigration attorneys in the coming months. What is she doing? I tell you what I could have her looking better and save her at least twenty thousand each month. And I'll tell you what I'll do how about you stop with the fucking gorilla hair throw out the fake, Tanner. And let's focus on one thing Tate. Let's get that brow lifted. Okay. I don't care. How do it have Bravo? Pay for it. That's not a four hundred that's a to head and you guys all known I'm talking about. And let me tell you some she's gonna be getting closer and closer to this. Dr rich Majuro the guy who I told you about many months ago who was sitting front row with the book Ahah of. Flowers when she performed in her body building contest and don't get me started on that whole thing. And the other thing is what Joe says privately, and this is something that nobody's written. But Joe DJ or good each what how fucked they pronounced what he says privately is very sad. And it's very telling of what this whole reality. TV business can do to a family. And this is the part of the story that I really felt badly about. You know, this is what Joe says privately nobody's written. And you know, he tells us to his close friends, I'm not one of his close friends, but I know on them, and that's this. He no longer wants his kids through peer on the real housewives show at all. And he's trying to put his foot down even though he's not in the house. So they can hear his foot comedown Salona worked for fucking Gindhal who wants his family to listen to him because he's not there. He feels the shell has destroyed his family and his wife's team Therese's team is doing their best to talk him off that position for the sake of putting food on the table. And let me tell him here's to weird developments or troops. If you will number one. Theresa hasn't given him the time of day until she was told about his reason attempt to protect his kids and number two. I don't know why she so concerned he saying that since she's been quoted as saying much of the same shit. Theresa has said she wasn't looking for fame and one day. Some producers came to a salon in New Jersey and put the offer was made. That's a load of bullshit K. That's not the way reality TV produces get shows cast their tipped off. They had information about people. They don't just show up in a hope they call lightning fuck in bottle, and let me just say this while I'm here as an Italian guy. I'm not one to not like the sopranos depiction of Italians or the Godfather's depiction of Tian's or or good fellas or cosc-. I don't whatever any other talion American movie. I'm not one of those people. I'll tell you who said a talion Americans back in the last twenty five years number one was Joey buttafuoco. And also some of the real housewives of New Jersey, and it's not the way to Reese flipped over the table that they years ago because I've been there in tables. Get flipped I seen that sorta shit. It doesn't scare me. I'm not embarrassed by it my father flipped over our kitchen table because my mother bought the wrong butter. You know, break stone butter in the tub, you know, not stick butter break stone in the round tuck yet. Okay. My father told my mother lily do me a favor don't buy the break. Stone butter in the top. Because every time I go to butter on my bread. I gotta see crumbs from whoever the hell used it before me understand. Just don't do it. It's a thing. Don't do. And then one day she did it. One Sunday were know was a Friday hallway. No. 'cause we read in the kitchen. Own. Only Sundays we the dining room Monday through Saturday was the kitchen any hour in the kitchen reading, I think it was Friday tuna fish sandwiches potato hang omelette because we didn't eat meat with such good Catholics. Anyhow where around the table sudden. My father's talking about whatever the fuck about work, and he's talked and he's buttering is Italian bread and in mid sentence. He stops. And me and my sisters. We knew because we saw the break stone tub of butter and re we met we remember that eat it lily do me a favor. Just don't buy it. All k-, Al I won't. But she did. And it was like slow motion. It was like saving private Ryan or platoon when you know, a marine is standing on a land mine, and all you could do is pray and then my father stops buttering his bread. And he looks at that tub of butter and in slow motion, you go Briggs stone and to moves that was fast as a ninja he wound up. He threw his piece of butter talian bread across the house. It hit the dining room wall. And it stuck. The next move. He flipped all the kitchen table flat on its face. And I remember me my two sisters in mother, a Miami, Mary just sat there what the fuck could we do and then my married. My father's eldest sister, mustered up all the strength g had and said Elford control yourself, and he gave it at deniro. Look from Cape fear or angel heart or raging bull. And he said Mary do me a favor. Go upstairs. My little Mary who has all four foot ten inches. She scurried up the fucking steps that align with green carpet. Talia that was the real deal. But it's not that stuff that bothers me about Italian Americans. It's what happens after the fame. That bothers me. Here's the thing. Most talion erica's, no friends or relatives of family members who do crazy shit. We all got those people, but very few of us know, anybody who needs to spend twenty two fuck in thousand dollars a year on a beauty regimen. That's what embarrasses me as an Italian America. Not the table flip Guineas who put twenty two k into an indoor pool or a fucking new Camaro not to make your cheating wife. Look presentable come on. All right while I'm here. Let me tell you about grove this company. I love I got a box last week full of natural cleaning products, just one of beautiful box of stuff. I mean, the most wonderful smell all put a picture on the Facebook page of what that box of stuff from grove looked like wonderful natural cleaning supplies, and I'll tell you. It's that time of year again, it's holiday season, man. 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Plus if he spent thirty nine bucks, you'll also receive grove stoneware a tray that is so beautifully displayed your new holiday soaps will never love this. Well, listen. Do me a favor shop grow before. This exclusive holiday offer runs out. This stuff will all be gone, come December. Trust me. I've been around these company before for a limited time mileage news who sign up get an amazing free. Mrs Myers holiday products of free sixty day, sixty two months of free VIP membership and a surprise bonus gift just for you. When you sign up in place in honor of just twenty bucks or more. So check on grove in the special offer at grove dot c o slash fame. That's grove dot CO slash faint, while near let me thank my tippy top might cream the crop Angelique Keller Audra. Fortune candy Welsh, Chris Lewis. Chris star, Debbie Anderson. Erica Myers captain speed. Catherine steward Kellyanne Asia, by the way. Katherine speed your children are beautiful. And your house is insanely gorgeous had to say that Kellyanne ac- poor, Leslie Wyatt. Lisa Janos, Mattie. Valentine is Ryan Wolfe. Chris elise. Melanie, how Patricia Markel when be magazine Melissa spear strip San Tina Tarantino and the one and only Franny smoothly. We tell you some guys while I watch the midterms. I don't wanna talk politics. But this is important. This is fun. This is fun. It's not about my love for Trump, a terrific AJ. Don, only can to help Trump weighing took us the house was that the Senate should it be very listen. I thought, but I'm watching all the turns the other night, I was thinking of certain FOX personalities, especially one. And I got to tell you the incoming reports were not as exciting without her. I'm talking about Kimberly Kilfoyle, the chick coups half Latina, and she wears that big hunk of hair behind her Heggie got a bunch of beautiful what you know. She's dating Donald Trump junior. Okay. But Guilfoil for those of you who have no idea this one spent the number of years tests tasting men at FOX if you will, okay. I got sources they're in spies there. Let me tell you some. She was always very willing participant. If you know what? I mean a bit of a whore. Let's put it that way. And because of that there were really real reasons why she's no longer if Fox News. The main reason is not her reporting not her gathering of facts, not our approach to news. No, it's because she was always fucking co workers, and then proudly displaying dick picks to anybody who'd look. And if you could believe this displaying, dick pics was something that was not as bad as what she really was doing more from the nut, and I'll get to that in a second nine, oh, she's gone from FOX. And she's with Donald Trump junior now, and let's put that aside for a minute. I mean, I could tell you how I really feel about what could really be going on behind the scenes really wild posssibility people. Kimberley gail. Fall has insane possibilities insane ties to the democratic establishment. She's a longtime friend of Nancy Pelosi, and she's still friends with her ex Gavin Newsom and her father was a major democratic political operative known as the guide father. Yeah. Yeah. Kimberley's cut from important cloth. Now, she's gonna marry Donald Trump junior. Ain't no two ways about it. And she can use her ties to help out the president on a far greater scale than you guys can imagine or or their people think, well, maybe she's a spy for the Democrats. And she's in the best spot ever another possibility is could she spy for Robert Muller, if her relationship with scour Mucci, opened her up to that somehow all by the way that I figured tell you she used to fuck Anthony Scaramucci bunch. She did. You need to know more background, and what type of moves she's most likely to make next now. Here's a funny story about Kimberly Gill toll to me by a buddy of mine who knows pretty well, not only uses name because you know, it's going to implicate him cetera. Kimberly Gill fall is kind of a mean person. Let's call the b word. Okay. This is a person I thought on TV. She was she had a very bitchy prosecutorial attitude. It drove a lot of people crazy. And I know people would change the channel when she came on. I remember I'll thought car I can't listen to those and watch those big white teeth talk. This was not making Kelly or you know, Martha McCallum she had a bite to her around two thousand five or so she started making the rounds on the New York City, social charity. The art scene circuit in my buddy, couldn't stop running into and to make matters worse. One night. She dropped her champagne in front of them like a klutz. And then she gave him a look as if it was his fault. Now, he's wearing a beautiful suit. He told me he was wearing a pair of four hundred and fifty dollar beautiful suede shoes. And he said, I couldn't take it. I couldn't let that go. And this is around the time that she was stealing a gun and Eric Valencia away from his longtime girlfriend. I know you don't know these people, but suffice to say she was running around praise and taken guys from girls at cetera et cetera. But the final straw for my friend was when she allegedly got knocked up before she was divorced and she forced this Eric Lindsay into marriage. And my friend said that was it the next time. He saw it was at some film released party. And he. He knew that after showing the entire crowd. What she looked like she was gonna walk a few blocks to a restaurant for the official after party. So what my buddy did was he left early in found the dirtiest homeless person on the street New York City, and he showed this bum. A picture of Kimberly Guilfoil from his phone, and he gave this homeless guy fifty bucks. So that when he saw Kimberly Gill fall, he should run up to her and hug her when everybody was coming out and this homeless guy did it perfectly and Kimberly Guilfoil at hug this filthy guy, this utterly repulsive, smelly bum. And my friend sat down watched from about fifty five feet away. And he was laughing his balls. But let me tell you what was going on with Kimberly. Kilfoyle during Donald Trump's March to the presidency. Now, you know, she was a big part of Fox News back then she was part of shell called the five. And if your member she set next Eric boiling era. He got a lot of trouble is son in the overdosing and shit. The five or a group of journalists or personalities who travel the Trump as he made his Mark around the country. Guess what happened during those trips Kimberly Guilfoil? Kimberly. Hot detroit. Guilfoil started fucking Eric boiling, not just anywhere. Not no tell rooms which is discreet. She started getting on with him loudly in the bathroom of tour bus were people who worked on the five could hear it regularly. And after she was done. Banging Eric warling, she moved onto Anthony Scaramucci. And it was then she started showing dick picks all both Eric Bolling, an Anthony Scaramucci to the people who work on the five, and it got so bad, and so ridiculous that they all said, this is gross. We can't have her around. She set star. All she talks about is these guys dick pics. We've gotta let her go and not long after that. She found true love with Donald Trump June. And the rest is history. But I gotta tell you because of her democratic background. I gotta wonder if in fact, this has been a long play by her to infiltrate the GOP, we shall see. And if that's the case, I certainly hope somebody has tape to back up. The fact that Kimberly Guilfoil was the ultimate party girl. That's it for today gang. I'm AJ Benza. And that was fame is a bit.

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Getting Rid of The Excess Baggage

Fresh Anointing Show

27:11 min | 3 weeks ago

Getting Rid of The Excess Baggage

"As the freshman audience show with james richardson. Let's see what nuggets jahan's has for us today on fresh anointing show. Let's listen now with jay. Richardson fresh annoy top of the day to you and welcome to the fresh anointing show. I'm so glad that you have join me today. I wanna start a new series on making peace with your pass. Many of us have gone through some difficult challenges from our chow who to adulthood. We have gone through different things in life and not really understanding sometimes while those things happen and many of us have regrets. We wish that we could race and and other things. We wish that would have never happened before. However i'll pass experiences play a very important role in who we are and what we won't throughout life. We all go through learning experiences that helps us develop throughout life but sometimes we can be left. Wounded dad By those learning experiences Wounded by losses wounded by injustices in our lives and regrets. And if you unable to let go a make peace with your pass. You may struggle to give your future the chance it deserves. And in some cases in some instances You will miss out on the joy of living. Victoria's life now. You have to understand something that the devil don't won't you to live a victorious life in kreis now. He won't you to think that if you Do your own thing if you Enjoy the life of this world that you are living a good life however you must understand that the best lifer and living your best life and becoming the authentic you You must be in christ and you must live this. Victory is life through kreis now. Don't misunderstand me letting go of the pass is easier said than done. And sometimes you can find your mind constantly hitting the rewind button and reviewing the past even if you giving your best shot to move on again. I say the devil. He wants to try to use something to hold you hostage something that will not allow you to live your best life in christ or even to live beyond your pass in other. What i'm saying is that we have to get beyond those things that happen in the past and we have to move forward. This is where the excess baggage comes into play. Some all of us have experienced some very dramatic episodes that has taken place in our lives in my own life. I can remember those very difficult and traumatic things that i saw happening To my mom with abuse shah and being verbally abused physically abuse. Those things traumatized me and it did not help me. Even in school. I couldn't focus in school made bad grades. And when i i remember looking at my transcript. When i was getting ready to attend college and i didn't even know how bad i had done. And and how even graduated from school from high school. It took years to forgive to get over and to move on i. I was well into my. Don't hood when. I finally finally let go and allow the power of god to catapult me into his peace and therefore not only that i have peace with god but i had the peace of god god almighty in about listening to me. Today you see excess. Baggage is like caring excess baggage on a trip. You you know what happens when you're getting ready to go on a trip and you begin looking to see what you want to take. You begin packing and packing and packing right. You know you only going to be gone for just a few days but you packed like you're going to be gone for six months. Sometimes we drag along excess baggage Our luggage on our trip throughout life we start out at birth and continue moving into childhood adolescent own to adulthood and we have collected this excess baggage along the way. And we refuse a simply. Don't know how to throw it over border and if we're not kilfoyle We will allow the devil to deceive us in trying to give up on life and miss out on god's blessings for awesome and it's it's easy because you're hurting on the inside. What happens to us. Sometimes we cover ridder and we we'll go out to into the church or go out to other functions and we cover it without wonderful outward appearance with a friendly smile and a warm handshake but deep down inside. You're hurting you. Cry over and over trying to figure it out. How did i get in this situation. How did i wind up here. Sometimes we will erect walls around us. We keep people at a distance. I'll we isolate ourselves. Which may seem to be okay because in our mind. I'm not safe and what we want is to be safe. We want to make sure that no one will hurt me ever again now. The devil has you right where he won't you because you isolating yourself and your building these walls and you are afraid to let anybody in because of what you have gone through in the past. And when the devil sees this he comes in and he says checkmate and depending on what level you are in life. You don't have enough strength to deal with this excess baggage in your life so you have to call on god and allow the holy spirit the comforter to intervene in your life. You can't do this alone. You cannot try to work this out within your own intellect in your own mindset because it becomes very difficult and very challenging and the devil continues To throw obstacles in your way and to inhibit you from coming out and allowing god to utilize a spirit the comforter to get you to that place where he wants you to be that. You can live a victorious life that you can have peace with who you are therefore you gotta know who you are in god you have to know who you are in christ you gotta know that you are royalty. You have to know that god is there for you. You have to understand that. God loves you more than anybody else in this whole wide world. If nobody else loves you you have to know when you have to understand. That god loves you. He loves you so much that he gave his only son to die for you to substitute himself for you so now. You must understand that you don't have to carry this excess baggage of if you don't allow god and the power of the holy spirit to come into your life and to begin to work on you enter hugh you. This excess baggage can influence and pressure you throughout life from the experiences of your parents and other people in your childhood which has a significant bearing upon your adult life Now you have to understand that we all have the propensity and to hang on to a lot of this excess baggage from al childhood. Hooda that we're supposed to grow out of during the time of transforming from childhood into adulthood but again it's a play a trick of the devil that he won't shoot a hold on to these things because if you hold on to them then he has He has an inroad to manipulate you to manipulate your mind to manipulate your thoughts to manipulate your heart and to make you do things that you would not normally do. He make you think that you are okay. If you search for certain things that will make you happy. But there's nothing more than having the victory in your life that comes from god over an ax. Twenty seven verse. Eighteen poll was ownership by headed to stand trial. And this is what it says. We were being pounded by the storm. So violently that on the next day they to throw the cargo overboard and verse nineteen on the third day with their own hands. They threw the ship's tackle box over boarder getting rid of precious cargo. It is so important that we learn how to deal without excess baggage to begin the process of making peace without pass therefore we have to learn how to throw the excess baggage overboard to throw the precious cargo overboard. Whatever that may be in your life. Whatever it is that may be going on in. Your life that's inhibiting you. That's holding you back from living the victorious life. That god wants for you. A one of my favorite scriptures in the bible is a win. Paul talks about it. Any fijian's i believe is in chapter three when he talks about living the abundant life. God won't you to live life abundantly. He he didn't want to live just a mediocre life. He don't want you to just just get by. He won't you to have an abundant light. Therefore i have to allow god to step into my life. The power of the holy spirit to begin to throw the precious cargo overboard the excess baggage overboard but first of all. What we have to do is learn what paul talks about over. In first corinthians chapter thirteen verse eleven. Paul says at. When i was a child i talked like a child. I thought like a child. I reasoned like a child. Now that i have become a man. I am done with chow. Dissuade he's an. How put them aside. Now you have to understand what paul is talking about you have to understand. They are three levels of maturity and growth instead of putting out challenges ways aside. We try to carry them with us throughout life throughout this this life that we have and often times. It hinders the process of becoming a mature adult. And how does this chow chow. Likeness reveals itself In our lives we have to understand that first of all. When i am a child as paul says i thought like a child. I is things. And that's understandable. When you're your child you're going to act like a child. So when i i give my life to christ i must be committed to the growth and maturity as a child. I want to continue growing. I don't want to continue to be a child. I don't wanna continue to act like a child on. But now i'm in the stage so in the midst of being growing and learning and i'm maturing then but sometimes this is what happens when we become an adult We steal immature will still acting like a child because we have not grown and matured into the adulthood as we should have look at it from the physical standpoint. As you know you've been around some adults that they're still acting like a child they they do childish things zone and they play games they they joke around and sometimes they continue like this even into their old age. Now let's bring it back to the spiritual side when you look at it from a spiritual standpoint and understanding that many of us when we surrender our lives to christ we still have not matured in the adult. Who would in spirituality. Therefore we'll still and what. Paul was talking about carinthian. Nah they're still people that what acting childish and they were thinking like a child. They talked like a child. They reason like a child. But now paul says when i became a man when i became an adult i lift those childish things behind. He says that i'm done with. Child is ways. I don't play games anymore. I am following christ. I am maturing in my walk with god. I studied my word. I build a genuine true authentic relationship with god. i know who i am in christ. I am standing in the power of god. And i'm operating in the authority of god. That's when you get to mature adult and growing adult spiritually. Is this making sense. Anyone so now. If i'm going to get over the past and move forward a half to begin to mature in christ and grow in. Christ yes yes the way a child is treated when he or she is young whether that treatment is good or bad becomes the way one thinks of believe they should be treated as that child grows. He'll she will perpetuate those actions toward a him or her by incorporating into their actions and the response has learned when they were young. Therefore what. I'm saying here is that we have to mature and grow in our walk with jesus the christ and we have to allow the holy spirit to dwell with ourselves and out spirits connect to the spirit of god that the holy spirit may order my steps that i am submitting to the lordship of jesus christ and again i say when i do this maturing in god and growing in christ In his word then that not only do. I have peace with god but i have the peace of god. Yes now. here's the thing that. I want you to understand before we close out today. You have to express your pain. You have to express the emotion you have about your pass. Express those negative emotions. You have about your passer feelings. Like sadness anger jealousy without having a pity party. Now you don't wanna sit down in the middle floor having a pity party or wherever. You may be having your pity party because that's when you revert back to the immature side mature side in the growing side. Say i can express these negative things. I can talk to god. I can cry out to god. I can tell god about what's going on in my life You can cry to god. Sometimes we have to cry and we have to let it out. But you must understand that god hears you and you have to know that you can call on god because god will she you. You and you don't have to be afraid the devil won't you be afraid he won't you have that phobia. When you walla in those emotions you inhibit the holy spirit from bringing about healing in your life. Here are some approaches to consider chow writing a letter that you'd never sin which gives you a sense of speaking to the relevant individual and are getting the emotions out of your system. Speaking to a friend you can confide in. You just can't talk to anybody. i hear. Sometimes people telling anybody and everybody their business. No you have to have a friend like david and they could confide in each of them. You gotta find that jonathan in your life you gotta find that david in your life that you can trust that you can confide in and talk to them as you talk to. God you talk to them. Express your pain. Give some thought to the role you played in creating the situation. Now understand me when i say this. Don't blame punish yourself. I did that for many many years. And sometimes the devil would try to to push that on you where you blame yourself and you punish yourself. It's important take responsibility for your own actions so you can learn how to be victorious in the future but not because of blaming yourself a punishing yourself but another thing you have to focus on your intimate relationship with god when you are hurting focusing on the president is easier said than done and i understand that when you feel your mind turning back to the past focus on the word of god i wanna share a few scriptures with you that you can go in steady take one of them day and meditate on them and and allow them to sink into your spirit and chew on them. I one is psalm. One sixteen verse one and two psalm. One sixteen verse one and two the second one is isaiah sixty five a very twenty four as ahah sixty five verse twenty four and then there's as air chapter forty one verse ten as ahah forty one verse ten and then isaiah forty three verse to isaiah forty three i to remember. I said earlier that the devil wants to make you think that he has you and checkmate. I'm reminded of a story. That is simply call. Oh checkmate there's this story about a chess champion. He was on vacation and he was walking downtown and he saw this shop and in this window of the shop at had a young man and it had a devils sitting at a table and the chess game had gone on and it betrayed that the devil had this young man in checkmate. So as this chess champion. He stood there and he studied the chessboard. He looked at over again and again and he begin to realize that this young man steel had one more move that he was not in checkmate That the devil had not won the game. And i want you to know today that the devil has not won the game. He does not have you in checkmate unless you allow him to have checkmate. You still have another move. And that mu to trust god and to have hope and faith in god. The bible teaches us. That faith is the substance of things hoped for the evidence of things not seen hope and faith go together. I'm hoping i'm expecting and i'm looking for god to do something great in my life. Now you have to understand because of that. Hope my faith kicks in. And i believe in god i trust god and i'm going to follow god and i'm going to allow god to do what he needs to do. In and through my life that i would be able to live a victorious life. And i want to say this before i close out because you can't blame. Your parents are other people for the problems. That may seem like a good idea to clear yourself of responsibility however it will not clear you of the problem and the constant nagging. It is imperative to break. Those childhood. bondage is as adult. You must choose to remain. In the way that god has created to be to grow and to mature in your relationship with chrysler. Don't build a case against parents. Don't build a case against your siblings or other people who had an influence on your alive but understand who you are in christ with his help you can become free of any damaging results of from your pass. You have to know that. God is your jehovah rafah. Yes he is your. He'll he's your healer and you have to allow god to step into your life and intervene and begin the process of healing. You as you begin to focus on your pass you will discover the enemy trying to disturb and disrupt and unsubtle you as the great jehovah. Roaf begins the process of healing. You're hurt and pain. Paul says over in colossians that we are hidden in. Christ if we are hidden in christ that means we protect it back cry so therefore we must him to fight our battles. The battle is not yours. It is the laws you just stand back in the spirit of the law and watch the salvation of the lord work on your behalf. The devil can only do what allows and if god allowed it. God will bring you through it. Remember this look to the future. You can't change the past. You can only influence how you deal with it and take responsibility for your future. Pather create new things and form new relationships. You need to make space for your present and your future overcome the challenges of the pass. You will become a stronger person. In christ jesus put previous hardships behind you and allow the holy spirit. A free you and watch the salvation of the lord work on your behalf now. Here's the thing. remember this. You must have faith in god. You must have hoping. God you must trust god every step of the way and you must continue to grow and mature in your relationship with god meditate on his word day and night and you would be like a tree planted by the streams of water. And you'll leave we'll not wither. And whatever you do you will prosper until next time. May the lord bless you real good show with g. Injured this the lord is strip of your site. He up to a make time.

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Chosen

Fresh Anointing Show

26:59 min | 2 months ago

Chosen

"As the freshman audience show with james richardson. Let's see what nuggets jahan's has for us today on fresh anointing show. Let's listen now with jay. Richardson replaces fresh album. Today to you and welcome to the fresh off show. Thanks for joining me on this great day. It is another day that the lord has made and we ought to rejoice and be glad in it today on real talk on the fresh and exciting show. We wanted to continue us. Two part series on the war with n. Will calling this today. Chosen and connected is you must believe and know that you are chosen by god and have been predestined to adoption in the family of god through. Jesus christ you got on the stand that when you really understand and know that you've been chosen by god you can walk up with power and authority. You can walk and his wheel in his way. When i was growing up as a young boy. I love the play. Some football with the neighborhood boys we would all get together and select captains and the captain's would select teams to play against each other and we would all be standing around wondering if we were going to be one of the chosen ones right. Everyone wants to be chosen by. Someone is how god created us to have relationships with each other in different capacities of life. No one wants to really be left out to. No one wants to be standing on the sidelines. However many times live we get left on the sideline and it appears that no one cares. Have you ever been there. I don't know about you. But i've been there where it just feels like. It seems like No body cares. But there's one person i know for sure who cares for you. He will never leave you standing on the sidelines alone when everyone else forsake you. God will never leave. You offer sake you you see god had you on his mind before you had him on your mind. Good god almighty god created and shows you as beautiful masterpiece to be connected to him for a purpose and one of those purposes is to have a relationship with him before you knew anything about this world. God had chosen you. He had the right time. The right place and the right people he prepared them for you and you for them before you were born god sanctified you he deigned hugh gifted you to play a major role in this world. That's good news. Y'all i don't know if you really understand that. God had sanctified you or dane you to play a major role in this world that we live in the nature of the purpose in your life is the please god. Because of the nature of the purpose he sanctified you meaning he separated you for a specific task. He owner of the only way you can be effective in walking out this purpose. The gift that god has anointed you with is the be connected to jesus the christ. He must reside in you through the power of the holy spirit. God won't you to walk in his power and his authority. Therefore you must reside in christ through the power of the holy spirit the perception of the purpose the gill that god has ordained you are sanctified you for he has separated you just for it. If you really understand this you will know that. God gifted you so the gift that god has sanctified you are dangerous for you you have to understand that he gifted you for nobody else could do that. Nobody gave it to you or nobody can give it to you. Nobody but god the indu- willing spirit law the perception of the purpose. Let me say that again. The perception of the purpose. Meaning that you have to proceed. You have to know the purpose that god has laid out the gift that god has separated for you. You gotta understand that. The in dwelling spirit of christ is the indispensable in a witness of god's giftedness to carry out the assignment now in other words you can't walk out god's purpose here on earth with the powell authority and the anointing without christ living in you your your Giftedness must be connected to the word and power of god. Which is the personification the incarnation and the manifestation of jesus. Christ i'm not making this up is right. They in john chapter one. The word of god is the personification of crisis The word of god is the incarnation of christ. The word of god is the manifestation of kreis. Now that you understand the importance of your purpose and giftedness here on earth You have to be all together consumed in the will of god consume means. Having one's thoughts fully occupied fully absorb fully in grosz fully preoccupied wrapped up lord. in jesus. Good god almighty air. You need to be wrapped up. In jesus preoccupied with ga engrossed in the spirit of the living god therefore your mind body and soul and spirit must be connected and consume with. Christ you must yield yourself to the will of god to be subjected. To christ paul said i didn't confer with any human being what this implies is lordship and obedience to god now. Here comes the problem. The devil wants to keep your mind all messed up. The devil wants to keep you from fulfilling your god given purpose on earth. He does this by messing with your mind. Good god almighty. He messes with the mine. He wants to try to confuse you. His strategy an aim is to capture your mind. The satanic strategy happened in the garden of eden the first satanic temptation focused on on humanity's weakness to dec- to discover and to use far humanity's own finite mind to make decisions for ourselves. It was a trick of the devil to direct humanity use of these powers in order to overthrow god and bring about satanic world dominion. You don't believe me. Look around our world today. Look around these united states today and see what's happening. The devil wants to overthrow god and bring about satanic world dominion. I don't see why he had gotten the now. That's not gonna happen. God has all power has all the therapy. But he's going to keep trying because you know what he wants to trip you. He wants to fool you. He wants to hoodwink you. He wants to bamboozle you to make you think that he is going to do it. The devil has not changed his approach throughout the years. Satan's plan is to encourage humanity to open their minds to this. Mr co experience to believe in the human potential and by the unity of mind to bring about on new age of spiritual dominion as like the pitcher coupon aim in his charming little bow. Mass what he does. He charms you with his tricks and his schemes his deceptive ways. You understand that it's a it's a it's a fiery dot talking about that little charming bo. of here's those fiery darts. That's why policy. Take the shield of faith to ward off the fiery dots of the evil one of the enemy. Because the devil knows when you are also the out for god your mind is always stayed on crimes therefore the devils aim for your mind is the confuse you and throw you off track so you won't be able to fulfill god's purpose he owners goddamn money. That's what he's trying to do. He wants to deceive you. He wants to trick you. He wants to do anything that he can. To keep you from phil. From from fulfilling your god given purpose owner the goal is mind control. Satan's plan is to try to reprogram the minds of humanity in order to build himself a visible earthly empire which is his kingdom and too many times we fall into his traps. Not recognizing the schemes and the tricks of the devil. Double wants to control your mind. The mind is part of a fallen humanity. The fallen nature is earthly self center and proud what god intended as a servant has become the master of a man's broken deceptive. Ma it has been broken. Free from the humble dependence on god and sits ruling on a man made thrown a flesh lay education and natural worldly wisdom. Paul talks about it over in first chapter. Two verse five that your faith should not be in the wisdom of men but in the power of god gatto matt. Nobody listening to me. My faith should be in the power of god standing firm in your faith not depending on the wisdom of men the wisdom of people. The mine is a fertile breeding ground for satanic suggestion. Because from its early days it is trained to think. According to the wisdom of the world the bible describes this the natural flesh lee. Mind as selfish over. Fiji's chapter two verse three and following among whom we all once live the in the passions of our flesh carrying out the desires of the body and the mind watch. What look what paul says here. He says we will all once living out for the passions of our flesh. Meaning we wanted to please the flesh mean we want to do whatever we we could do to please the flesh to get whatever the flesh wound then matter whether we lied cheated steal. Whatever it was we won't to please the flash and then carry out the desires of the body and the mind and he said by nature we were children of wrath meaning that we were against god. We were enemies against god but watch what he says. God being rich in mercy had this great love for us even when we would did not trust passes made us alive together with christ by grace you have been say good god almighty is by the grace of god that saved you now. What god wants is for you to walk in his will and his way to fulfill the purpose that he has laid out for you. You see the battle is in the mind. The mind is the essential to in bringing kingdom reality to the problems and crisis people face. It's about god's kingdom and knowing that jesus christ is the king god almighty god has made it to be the gatekeeper of the supernatural. God has made this mine. The gatekeeper of the supernatural again. Let me say this again. The mind is essential tool is the gatekeeper of the supernatural. God wants you to be able to walk in the supernatural power. So let you can defeat this enemy so that you can fulfill your purpose. He owner so that you can walk in the power and the authority so that you can carry out the giftedness that he has he has given to you. What those gifts see. God asks him. God what is the give. What is my purpose. Ask him he he reveal it to you. If you stick with him you want you to have a relationship with him. He has chosen you now. I want you to connect with him. The word mine in the greek is translated. Noa's it no speaking generally the seat of reflective consciousness comprising the faculties of perception and understanding perception and understanding. So i gotta learn how to perceive when the devil is messing with my mind i have to learn and understand how to discern the voice of god. Because that's the faculty. The mind is the faculty's perception and understanding in those of feeling of judging and discerning we don't we don't walk into supernatural power of god. We don't have the ability to really discern what god is revealing to us our understanding wind. God is revealing to us what he wants us to carry out what he wants us to do. Because we allow the devil to trick us. The devil is steaming he's plotting and planning on how he key and mess up your mind. That's what he's doing. God wants to raise up a fresh anointed group of people who serve him who walked in his power to destroy the works of the devil who will demonstrate and live out the will of god he owner as it is in heaven. There's a lifetime of experiences beyond that which we can see that. Many people don't experience. They never enter into their full purpose. They spend their live rejoicing. Just enough get by but never move into that ramp to operate in the giftedness and inhabit the promised land cost. Says i've chosen you. I've sanctified you. I am calling you to be a paw of my kingdom. God says to us that he has chosen us. How about you. Will you connect with him. Will you bill that at genuine authentic relationship with him walk with him communicate with him collaborate with him. Will you get to that place where you can walk in the spirit of the living. God walk in the supernatural power of god so that god can use us. Our minds must be renewed. Our hearts must be transformed Yes that's what god wants. He's chosen you. He won't you to have life and have life more abundantly. God wants you to be able to walk into the supernatural power. What is it that god has quick in your spirit. What is it. That's that's within you. That god won't you birth for him. He's given you to give all you gotta do is birthday operate in it. Walk in it live in it to the supernatural power of god. Will you submit. Will you surrender to him. Will you allow him to transform your life and renew your mind because the devil wants to keep you alienated from the. That's what he wants. He wants to keep you blinded. So you can't see the things of when we surrender lives. The cries a minds come alive to the truth. The mine is released from the blinding power of the gods of this world and enabled to grass the things of god however our minds are still capable of of wrong. Thinking are still less thing and xining that which we won't. Gosh why the mine has the be renewed. We have to be transform. Yeah even though we have been born by the spirit of god a mind need to be renewed to change our thinking and for our minds to become transform and to be aligned with gaw. it's a continual process. It's a constant battle. So this means that our mind still prone to the deception of the evil one were still able to be misled by the satanic battle for the control of the of our minds. God almighty. That's why paul says the mina has to be renewed. The bible teaches us. The gird up the lawyers of your mind meaning discipline. Your mind don't don't be lazy and thinking love god with all your mind involve god in your thinking meditate on these things of god on the things of god be transformed in your thinking. By god's truth. Be united in thought with spiritually minded believers. Beware of the limitations of the human mind. Commit your mind to the power of god's protection be so were en- kilfoyle in thought avoiding impulsiveness could goddamn money. You've got to be spiritually minded. Not thinking according to the flesh the mind and the spirit must work in cooperation through prayer worship and praise to have a renew. My you must data self. Lakeside jong feelings needs emotion drives and affections. Not because they are they are necessarily wrong. Evil but because they crowd out the true workings of jesus manifesting himself by the holy spirit. Within your mind we cannot hear the voice of god because so much else in our minds drowns out his voice. If you die to self daily and take up the cross which is a means to crucify the flash. You will be able to hear the voice of god and be transformed by the renewing of your mind Law god has chosen you. Now it's your responsibility to connect with him continually building a great relationship with him. Spend time with 'em meditating on his word and be like a tree planet by streams of water. You'll leave will not with a but whatever you do you shall prosper the gut on money. Can god coun- you can god us you. Because when you allow the transformation of god and renewing of your mind you will be under. God's divine impulse under his promptings and not those of your own mindset. Trust god to lead in god and to direct your path. Paul tells us that we must put on the helmet of salvation to protect our mind. I don't have time to get into. But it's over fiji chapter six connect to the power of god. Walk in the supernatural power of god. You've been chosen. Will you live it out for god a will you continue to allow the devil to hoodwink you. Bamboozle you deceive view trick. You distract you. Keep you from fulfilling your god. Given purpose he owner. Don't let him do it. Don't let him do it soon. Up with a whole lamb of god trust ga each and every day. God should be on your mind every day all throughout the day. He's in control. Will you connect to his pow and walk in the supernatural power of god. The anointing god has for you will allow you to walk in the supernatural to walk places that you've never been before. Do things that you'd never done before. Don't allow the devil to keep messing with your mind as time to win the war within life on this earth is only a dress rehearsal. We gotta get it right right now. There's a story from one. A max lucado books of lady who had a small house on the seashore of ireland and at the turn of the century. It was quite wealthy. But also quite frugal. The people were surprised when she decided to be among the first to have electricity and our home several weeks after the installation a meter reader came to a door. He asked her if her electricity was working well and she assured him it was and then he said to her. I'm wondering if you can explain something to me. He says your meter shows hardly any usage. Are you using your power. The lady answered. Surely i am each evening when the sun sets. I turn on my lights just long enough to light the candles. Then i turned them all is he. The lady had tapped in to power but she didn't use it was connected to the power but she didn't make use of the power. Don't make that same mistake family. Don't just use the candles in your life because the candles were burnt down. Burn out you have to connect to the power of god walk in his anointing walk in the supernatural power of god pray and seek god and ask him to reveal to you his purpose for you ask him to guard your mind with the helmet of salvation to protect your mind. He has chosen you. Now you have to do is get connected to him and walk in the supernatural power of god until next time may the lord bless you real good robin full show with g. Just remember this is stripped of your jail. He up to.

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2020 Year In Review

Northern Kentucky Spotlight

30:10 min | 4 months ago

2020 Year In Review

"Welcome to the northern kentucky spotlight. Podcast it is the first twenty twenty one. So let's get a big round of applause. Twenty twenty one. That is in the podcast to we appreciate you joining us. I'm tavernier alongside. Jeremy sharon the marketing communications director for the northern kentucky chamber. And jeremy we did it. We made it to twenty twenty one. We made it. We made it. It's a new year new. Look i got rid of my quarantine beard. So many things. I still got they at the quarantine padding is i like to call it but listen. That's what new years are four right so many great things happened though over year that i know that we'll be remembered for so many things and that's kind of what we're looking at today. Certainly kobe is going to be the big headline for twenty twenty. But in just a couple of minutes here. We're going to be looking back at some great things that happen over the course of twenty twenty. You know a lot of podcasts. Do best off episodes at the end of the year. This is not a best of episode jerry. No because all of our guests are wonderful. People sharing great things happening in all over northern kentucky. And so just ahead. We're going to be revisiting some of the interviews today. You may have missed but we wanna think is always one of the great things have come at. Twenty twenty are wonderful sponsors. Cg our title sponsor nc consulting as well our digital sponsor we thank you for supporting us and also for a supporting a those of you listening and watching right now for supporting us throughout the year and into twenty twenty one so as we look back at some of the wonderful guest that we've had you know it was interesting in locating back some of them some of the podcast snapshot of where we were at the time. So you know for several weeks. I know the chamber really partnered with them. Horizon community funds and tried to help a bunch of local restaurants. I know we're in the process. It's still helping them even now. Yeah yeah you know. We like to eat. We like to eat on podcasts. Eat and drink so that was really really fun. I mean that was some of our Some great great things watching the community come together and like support these restaurants and you know so much has changed since then and Here we are in in the new year. And that's where we start. We're going to start in two thousand twenty one with all this you know. I i really like this. This idea of not necessarily a best of but kinda showing all the great stuff. That still happen during really. Really turbulent time and then just there's a light at the end of the tunnel like this vaccine coming out back when you get the chance but you know so we can all be together and we're going to look at some of the stuff that we talked about in all these great things that we are going to be able to do like once we can all start getting back out in the public and i. I'm i'm super excited for for what's gonna come this year. Yeah and some of those great things that happened in in. It's hard to believe in the middle of a pandemic. New businesses were opened but there were dozens and dozens if not hundreds of new businesses that open over the course of twenty twenty and you know we focus a lot on small businesses over the course of the year but again it's the ones just opening the bit. Need that attention as well. So your opening a business in two thousand twenty you have to have a certain mindset for that and it's happened more often than you think. So that's what we're going to start back at northern kentucky spotlight guests from two thousand twenty with a new gaming venue. Indoor outdoor food hall and bar concept as well as a new look for newport on the leading. Lock the new stuff. I stop newport gaming northern kentucky's newest casino. You have We'll have fifty five hundred gaming positions in newport kentucky At the top of monmouth and others were kind of were those meetings It's a shopping plaza. You're also have room for simulcasting So our horse racing bands although finally have place. We're not perfectly down to come back in bed in kentucky so we're excited to to introduce our vegas style gaming machines to The those people in the area that like the game that they'll live by close to the newport area and then we also From back horse players in give them some new space. You a bet on the horses. So let's talk about that specifically you guys are having. Hr ems historical racing machine. So tell us what that is. And how you bet on these things so It's very simple and it's It's easier To see some people come down and and we'll show them but You know they're like. I said there were vegas style. Gaming machines are mutual Sober and that's their legal in kentucky But as far as People that enjoy gaming elsewhere. they'll recognize some of Some of the titles that they're used to playing in other places And it's it's very simple. You know you walk up. And it's very intuitive and it's I think anybody that gets to turf. Way will allow understand it immediately. Man i can't wait to get out to that newport gaming casinos sandwich fun like you know just being able to bet on the horses and stuff there It's really really cool. I'm in this next place. Is another really really awesome spot. This time we're going to move over to covington. It's called covington yard It's opening was delayed a little bit By the pandemic of course but It's been a popular ever since we talked with the back. October before the igloos and heaters win but You can still get out there now. And it's a really great spot that you need to check out in covington. The crowd great. And everybody's been really good about wearing masks and being socially distant majority of our spacey's outside We can't see up to one hundred sixty five under the current rules with having a seat for service. pre pandemic. We're able to see four hundred and fifty people capacity into into the space. So i it's not nearly at capacity. We hope obviously when the pandemic lifts that sometime in the spring hopefully we'll be able to get back to normal And that way we'll be able to get a lot more people into experience covington yard. Let's explain how this works because you've got individual food vendors and drinks and all that good stuff. Yes so a lot of people when they come in. They've either been walking around. They've seen the site. They've been sticking their head in kind of wondering what's going on when the shipping containers got put on site. It really raised a lot of questions as to what is the streets and frankly we what we wanted this to be. Was that space where everybody could come hang out. Have a drink grab a bite to eat. Talk to some friends act as a backyard atmosphere. That a lot of people in covington just don't have due to the the tight homesites and the nature of covington's architecture so when you come to covington yard you walk through a shipping container. That was a one time. Use shipping container from china and we re purposed it as our entry feature as you walk in then you see the artificial turf on site and we have multiple food vendors that are available from lunch hours into the evening hours. If you have not been to one of the lucky lately you need to because it has transformed both indoors out indoors. Fuller construction right. Now wait to see how that turns out but the outdoor space is just amazing even right now in the middle of cold weather. It's gorgeous and you can be safe while being outside and being heated that new bridgeview bach is how it started. That's what it's called and in the summer it was brilliant sunshine at all wonderfulness. So let's check in now with general manager justin autos he fills us in on how this whole project echoing newest concept As you known the love you been mitchell fish market so how often take that building down and have the scope in concept with will look like shipping containers local businesses. So we love our community. We love our neighborhood. And we love our local businesses so in these shipping containers. We've got a micro brewery from newport a distillery from a local bar that is a throwback to one of the famous bars cincinnati kon-tiki local coffee shop a really cool between with plants and succulents so lifan limb so many people we've been stuck in her house forever and this is something it will shock people that this has kind of sprouted up so to speak and it's completely different from what we remember newport on the levee looking well it's so colorful it's an it's open air and We're role friendly. So we encourage bikers rollerbladers and skateboarders and then tire family but also your furry family member to bring up your dog or even allow. I haven't seen it yet. But we allow cats on leashes. So have you ever see a cat on a leash. Let me know because picture. You're allowed to bring your furry friends up here to enjoy a drink. A coffee snack a meal And it's totally outside on the weekends. Thursday friday and saturday. We have live acoustic music. Cg airport is the lowest airport in the tri state region with fifty four nonstop flights direct international service to seven destinations including paris france. And now home to both. Dhl's and amazon's global cargo hubs. The airport is furthering. Its position as leader in aviation and is deeply committed to being an economic driver for the community. You can learn more and start your next adventure at sea. Vga airport dot com all right. Now we're gonna move to businesses getting back to work. In all the the stresses and different things you have to worry about. A lot of new issues arose and also some issues that we're kind of maybe underlying that have cropped backup So we're going to start off with r. j. e. interiors and they're going to talk about Many of the Ways that they have been able to kind of reconfigure offices so you can stay socially just inside your office and be a little bit safer in the new world that we live in china to answer the big question. What happens next after this post pandemic what happens So he knew you might have heard a lot of people say okay the office as a thing of the past but then everyone is having these isolation issues at home. You just read a study. About creativity in the workplace and we're missing out on those spontaneous interactions. That occur that that get us get juices flowing that gets us creative So we're partnering with doris On a collaboration. Study and i think maggie can give a little bit more detail about what that entails yes denny came to us and said let's figure out how to really research this with data driven a and let's look at it differently So we've done surveys. And we've heard and seen the data that saying people are feeling isolated but they also feel productive at home and so we were really thinking. Let's dive deeper. And so what we've done is we've invited Sixteen organizations five individuals from each organization organization at different levels so leadership middle-management individual contributors both working from home and from the office and there are some organizations. That are both hybrid. And what we've done is we've interviewed them and also asked them to record all of their collaborative encounters on an app To really dig into the types of collaboration whereas creativity happening where strategy happening. How is it happening And then to use that to really think about what does this look like. In the future of space and in the future of business we might be productive but where is where are the business drivers behind all of this. You know many of us at home in march maybe scrambling grabbing onto laptops and running home Because we thought that it'd be a two week quarantine we'd be back at work. Some of it's still hasn't been back to work and so that means a lot of our employers really had to kind of scramble to get us going from home with technology and you know what that means. A lot of mistakes were made. There are some some issues at home. technology wise. And don't have all the answers. Those of us who are not in the it world but you know who does gabby batch in from global business solutions and he talks to us now about the struggle of that transition from work to home and back again. Gobert nineteen really created a a great environment for hackers and cyber security You know people are trying to compromise. employees computers and so forth. So and they know they know that you know your home. Security is not as strong as office Nba no understand that. A lot of companies struggled and rush to get their equipment or the the people out to the week. Most businesses specialist picture. Small businesses had no idea so really rushed this sent people with if they had company laptops company. Laptops was okay In a lot of people did not have something laptop so or or or they. They told him go home. And use your personal computer. So would that comes a lot of problems you know when they when they go home. They have the computer connected to the wifi at home. And it doesn't have the fire walling. It doesn't have the intelligent fouls that would provide them with security levels to prevent somebody from hacking and then in addition kids of using the wifi gaming. And you name it so it opens up doors for hackers to get in and it only takes a small distraction whether you're on the phone to as a phone call or you're trying to answer your kid you know asking for something help with homework or whatever it is and then all of a sudden you clicked on a link that you weren't supposed to click on or an all i'm just going to close it out real quick and nothing happens doesn't look that way. So you know once you click on a link unique to call your you know if you have if you work for. A company has nike staff. You call the help desk all you calling your ministers provider to let them know. Hey i just clicked on this first thing close out the computer off and then call somebody and then detroit to help you through it go. It has dominated the headlines this year. but diversity has also been a big discussion topic within the business community. Obviously back in the summer we hit a lot of talk around diversity. The key is taking it from a discussion point to an action item. We talked with duran. Alexander from centennial executive search and eddie cone the president and ceo of urban league of greater Southwest ohio and a new executive pathways to create a leadership pipeline for african americans to ensure organizations are equitable as they can possibly be. This is a great great interview so think about the attractiveness of having a great labor market Diversity is important on it. It is a critical pathway after gets a business necessity And we've been doing some of the stuff informally over years. And so we said who who who is the best that we can think of to partner with that will combine the skill of staffing executive search and train and that we can use our information networks and one is I think really three things are important that you have the leadership that is bought in because it's more than just diversity right on it rate more than just racial diversity. It's you have a racially diverse or even an ideological diverse workforce. How do you facilitate new export. That talent and that's a skill set myself. This is to get to get women to get people color to get other thoughts and ideas and backgrounds at the table. Now how do i use this. Who are banished. The business cases pretty clear applaud is good for for companies and involving marketplace And so the timing is right. This is perfect. Timing on the answer to what a lot of companies are are grappling. The saying they want to move beyond statements and really concretize what it means to have a living breathing a more inclusive environment workplace on google. Search maps is easy to understand but hard to do. It requires constant effort and attention. Uploading new photos responding to google reviews writing weekly posts and checking suggested up. Google listing optimization takes experience and talk and there are no shortcuts see crew gives your google my business account this steady consistent attention. It needs to be effective. Optimizing updating and expanding critical contact every single week from local retail stores to large regional networks see crew generates content establish his benchmarks at creates dramatic measurable increases engagement. So what can see crude. Do for your business. More calls more clicks more clients so pivot definitely was the word of twenty twenty. I mean that's all we did it pivot and pivot but i think The word twenty. Twenty one is gonna be workforce. I mean we are grow northern kentucky initiative is just all over the place and helping convene people and bringing all these great organizations that are doing a ton of great work around workforce to make sure that we have the talent that we need for the future So you know we got the highlight a lot of different programs this this year yet. One of those was the kentucky workforce center so kilfoyle of devia laws on the board of the kentucky chamber of commerce which created the kentucky workforce center and he joined executive director beth. Davidson explains the scope of the center's work. The number one issue today for businesses is always workforce is workforce or force workforce and that that's with the economy booming or in times when we were in one of the greatest recessions that we've ever had back in twenty two thousand ten. I mean it's it's always workforce but it's what you do about it that really matters and so wick workforce center at the kentucky chamber. We've got several different programs in our portfolio at kentucky team but runs from the workforce center. So one of the things we do focus is on. It's a program called to business. We had a little bit of a budget. Leftover surplus and we asked the board. What do you want to do with this money. And mark and his peers around the table said we need to get involved with schools. Business leaders need to get engaged with schools. We have got to get these kids earlier before they get out. And so that started as a pilot initiative last year where we had twelve hundred students across the state goede businesses on wedneday tour those different career pathways that were available and now this year in in lieu of kobe. All virtual program and we've got thirteen thousand students already in the first three weeks of the of the program we're going to host it all year long and other program. We run as our workforce recovery program. And so you know kentucky we've been hit really hard by the opioid epidemic by substance use disorder in in what we find is that it really really hinders our workforce participation and so in the last eighteen months we've trained about four thousand business leaders on how to update their hr policies and practices and how to be recovery friendly and fair chance employers in the past three four months. We've recruited six thousand second chance what we like to call fair chance jobs for individuals that come out of incarceration and get them meaningfully. Engaged back into the workforce. Alaska certainly not least we have our talent pipeline management program which pulls businesses from all across the state together by regions to mark's point if really easy for us in frankfurt To look across the state and say this is what needs to be done but quite frankly the magic happens in those communities if you believe it or not. We've talked a lot about other things. Besides cove and workforce bill all. We're talking about. We talked about bourbon and bourbon but one of the really cool places that we got to go see was the theater house. It's such a great business down there and covington and an interesting one too and got to go on site and see the see the thing. So let's take a look. We do have a retail shop in covington four hundred west third street so you can stop by there and we're we're here one six on on the daily one seven through the the halloween season and We're open on saturdays as well. But beyond covington we ship all over. So we are products have been featured in things like rupaul's drag race and on disney cruise lines a universal studios cleveland cavaliers cirque du soleil We have people like just in the past week. They order for fabric of our lamaze are used for making purposes and scotland. So we'll ship lemay there. We may ship We've shipley blank guns and stage weaponry to as far as Australia so we we really ship all around the world and we while we are open to the public. We have a large I'll say institutional and business bases. Well you know it is time to start thinking about what we're all going to do. Once this pandemic is over what we're gonna go see. I know i've been thinking about that. Everybody you know in the beginning of the year is like okay. What are we going to do. This year of vacation is happening. And but here's the deal you don't have to go far to have a really cool vacation. So we learned that first hand from tore with us us northern kentucky. They've got this great idea. Visit himself on the beeline kentucky's version of the bourbon trail. And and do this safely sip responsibly. That's what they like. Say randy and teeth daniels have a way for us to visit the stops on the be safely while also learning about the history of the area and tasting some really great bergen along the way. Yeah on my my list for two two hundred seventy one get vaccinated and get on one of these tours. We're focusing on the northern kentucky. Be line and craft stiller's There are quite a number of distilleries of large and small That are both under the katie or the kentucky dissociation or the or the kentucky bourbon trail The five distilleries in northern kentucky. Our new riff a second site spirits. County distilling and then Old pogue distillery and so really. That's that's where we're beginning our focus. We're were based at another kentucky. And the ideas for us to be able to get people from point a to point b or really from point a to point b c and then back to a crite in a safe way. Our our motto is a sip responsibly. And so that's where the transportation kind of comes in and it's an certainly big focus for distilleries because they want people to be safe to. And so this is a neat way to get people from their homes to the to the northern kentucky beeline and really experience Distilleries on the be liners such great history. The northern kentucky chamber offers tough moms leadership and professional development opportunity programs like our women's initiative professional series and regional youth leader helping to retain talent in our region we offer dozens of events that qualify for sees like hr one hundred and leader cats and don't forget about leadership northern kentucky with more than fourteen hundred alumni. Who are now. The how many organizations across the region learn more anki white team dot com leadership and professional development. It's what we do. So i mean i grew up in the area and I don't know about you but you remember. The old janis twist in lithuania. I i love that place. When i was kid i used to go and get the little key for my birthday and stuff. Yeah i think we're up here. But my husband did and he has one of his very first keys and then my kids got them for years and years and years just drove by the old johnny stories. Hey yeah and so. It's and it's a great thing because of business kind of came into their and took that over. Now you're not getting toys anymore because it's not toys but it's blair technology group. They have all kinds of great technology. They've rehab computers and Do some really great stuff as far as recycling goes And we're gonna hear some more about them from when we interview them just a couple of weeks ago but the inside is a lot different so no longer. Is it filled with toys now. Filled with computers in in different electron ix with that Blair technology from so. We are a computer. Refurbish her In that is you know when you when you hear the verbs heaters. You might bank of a used computer and and it scratched in doesn't look great and it's just a you know a cheaper version new but that's not really what it is at all It's the phone menu baxter facility down here and in it's actually called renew computers now so When you hear renewed it doesn't have the occasions of used so win when we sell. It's only tested Fully cleaned it look brand new loud professionally active boss. And if you didn't know it was a used computer you wouldn't you wouldn't have any idea. It looks brain and we ended. Look back episode of northern kentucky spotlight with the way we hope we all ended twenty twenty and are starting twenty twenty one and that is with gratitude and so there's no one better to talk about being grateful than chief gratitude officer for the gratitude collective which includes grateful grams and the incubator kitchen. Here's rachel directors. This is a time of year when we're talking about you know we're looking back on. Maybe the negatives of twenty twenty but they're still so so many things to be grateful for absolutely. I think that people have asked right. Man twenty twen. He's been this crazy heat to use the word hard rate. It's been eventful year. And i think that gratitude is just really helped me get through it in a gentler way right. I look around. I'm like while we were whole. We've got. He got a car to get me to work. I still have a job right so i want to encourage us all that. It is such the simple practice for us all to just stop in the midst especially the holiday season where we're all trying to do our first holliday's cove it christmas shopping right all of the stuff that can take two or three seconds out of our day to find out what we're grateful for and i encourage everyone especially these families especially around the dinner table we do at our house. We called roses and thorns. Where every dinner we go around and we talk about that good or that bad. That happened that day. And so i always have to just i appreciate talking about it because i think it's just this really important piece that we all have the ability to To use rachel. Thanks thanks to all of our guests. Those who were here that you heard from wants more and all of those who you didn't we talk with you. Know some of the greats in northern kentucky twenty twenty one looks this thing we got. Some great interviews ahead. Can't wait to share them with you right here on facebook and on podcast each and every week and aside from podcast itself. Jeremy that chambers also got a bunch of events coming up. We always have a bunch of events. But this we've got some great programming coming up just for this first Got a workplace safety forum on the seventh which is just three days away. We've got hr one hundred That's on the thirteenth The business after hours. So if you're networking you want to get out there and meet some people virtually of course right now on the fourteenth. We're having a business after hours. We've got exit issues coming up on the nineteen th the women's initiative connect our coming up on the twenty fifth And then we were starting to hit some of our big huge events The women's initiative annual breakfast is going to be on february second. You don't wanna miss that. We're going to have a great panel this year. It is also going to be virtual. So you don't have to worry about it if you haven't got your vaccine yet We got some other stuff more exit issues. Also have the best practices. Symposium is coming back. That's gonna be a march. We also had the impact coming back this year Education dinner. We all kinds of stuff come in. Just make sure that you go to that Northern kentucky chamber website in kyiv chamber dot com slash events. You see all the great events or just pay attention to our social media. Facebook our twitter. We're always putting everything out there and make sure that you subscribe to our newsletter as well And and you'll be up to date with everything that's going on in our community. I'll tell you what i loved it. First of all businesses. A lot of organizations can a plan in quarters but the beauty of this one is maybe by the second quarter. Some of these events may be in person. I mean there's a distinct possibility fingers crossed. Let's keep this fingers crossed. We'll get those shots in arms. Well listen thank you guys so much for listening and for watching here as we look back on twenty twenty and look ahead to twenty twenty one. Like and subscribe and share. Just tell folks about this podcast if would we would love it. We want to thank again. Our title sponsor cg and our digital sponsors e group consulting for all that they've done in twenty twenty and now in twenty twenty one and we will see you right back here next week on the northern kentucky spotlight podcast own.

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Following The Money Behind The Capitol Insurrection

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

46:54 min | 3 months ago

Following The Money Behind The Capitol Insurrection

"This is on point. I magnin chakrabarti. In the days after the deadly storming of the us capital conspiracy theorist jones released video revealing some details about who paid for the rally before the riot we went paid for it. Thank god a donor came into paid for eighty percent of it. Does it cost close to half a million dollars for all the equipment all stages the rest of it. Mike species that donor who paid for eighty percent of the rally that alex jones is talking about. Who is he talking about mike. He's talking about julie jenkins fan chilly. Who is the Heiress to the public supermarket franchise. Okay this is mike speed. He's a reporter at propublica and tell us a little bit more. About how julie jenkins fancsali the heiress to the public supermarket corporation franchise. He said well. How does she get involved in funding the rally A circuitous route But the the conduit if you will was the noted infamous conspiracy theorist alex jones who runs the website infowars and is known for pushing conspiracy. Theories about You know mass shootings being false flag operations also questioning whether Nine eleven was actually something that was carried out by the government or similar conspiracy theories. And so did she. Did she know jones. What's what's the connection there. Yeah so it's interesting. it's not the relationship is actually sort of in some ways. It's still a mystery. I mean what happened. Was there was a person named cindy shaffi who was working with jones to hold an event on the sixth and he got in touch with her one day and he said i have funder who wants to give quite a bit of money fund rhino of the ones give quite a bit of money cheese a major republican donor but In order to make that happen you have to talk to her. Basically her fundraising handler. If you will and that person is named caroline read and that's That's sort of the next that relationship caroline retina. Okay so i mean the the details really matter here when we're trying to follow the money right so tell us more about how carolina wren is connected. Is she connected. And how to the trump campaign yes so caroline ran Is a major was rather a maid and she served as the deputy to in a lot of names here so She serves as the served. As the deputy kimberly kilfoyle who was the is the girlfriend of donald trump junior and was sitting at the top of trump victory which is the or was the joint fundraising committee for the president's reelection campaign so she the two of them basically worked hand in glove over the last election cycle to bring in as much big donor. Money as possible okay and so the organizations through which this big money was funneled. First of all. How much did julie jenkins. Fancsali contribute What's been reported. Is she contributed some three hundred thousand dollars Which would account for most of a supposedly half a million dollars. The went into putting on january six rally. Okay and so what. What were the specific organizations. That that money or other big money went to behind. That's were behind the january. Six rally. Well i i suspect that the money the january six rally was ultimately hosted by a relatively new nonprofit called women for america first Started by a mother daughter team. The kramer's amy kremer and kylie kramar Amy came up and became sort of a name in the tea. Party movement An historic moving in that right word direction and for since And i think that the kramer's had also some previous relationship with jones though. According to the woman i brought up earlier cindy shaffi They had some kind of a falling out a while ago. but that group is was the primary group that was attached to the january. Six rally the only one in fact. Okay at least on paper right Okay so so so. Mike hang on here for just a second because this hour. We're talking about the money. That's behind the events of that january six rally. That came before the insurrection at the capital. And we're trying to understand also where that money or those. Big donors are going now. Where is that money going. Now as as as politics continues to turn on in the united states. So so i want to bring in meredith mcgehee into the conversation. She's executive director at issue. One a nonpartisan nonprofit group. That's focused on reforming american politics. She also has expertise in money and ethics in politics meredith. Welcome thank you for having me. So why is the money trail here regarding the january the events of january sixth the the the rally and then the riot. Why is it significant in this case. Well i've been important that everyone realizes many of these mass a gathering regardless of which side on the ideological spectrum representing and simply by accident You know many times renting buses getting morgan getting speakers getting the equipment that all takes a fair chunk of change and so i've been in washington for many years. You know what you see these large gatherings of people that there is always some degree of money behind it and You know it's always important. In american politics for the american people to have a sense of who is trying to influence the outcome of our elections as well as our policy making. So you look at what happened on the six organiz money to bring people to washington and then knowing as the former president trump promised that it was going to be wild to quote him. And so you know. This is a pretty combustible cocktail. That was all arriving on the ball on january six. But let's just make it clear. I mean to your point about anytime. There's a big rally in washington. Got to ask where the money's coming from and we've seen all sorts of big rallies in washington. I mean the women's march was huge as well. So i mean it same set of questions. Is there any sort of meaningful difference here in the sense of Being able to bring a large group of people and have funding about it I should. I know that there's really hardly any requirements in law to have transparency about that. It's due to the good reporting of people like mike and others began to kind of peel back that curtain and let people have a bit of Vision into that It's nothing wrong with having these large gatherings nothing wrong with having them financed the difference. Here i think was that it was clear in this case than in addition to having a first amendment rally which i hope everyone and and listening this would support is that there were other people involved in this had a much more nefarious purpose And we're using it basically as a staging ground to Really complete the insurrection. And so mike let me turn back to you. Do we know any more about who those other people are. I mean we himself had pledged some fifty thousand dollars also had bankrolled an event that happened a related event. That happened the day before on january fifth at freedom plaza Now i mean You know that's absolutely correct. It's a women for america. I like many of these. Groups is a five. Oh one c. Four nonprofit in the appeal of giving money for certain people to such groups as that there is no requirement to disclose who the donors are in fact. That is yeah. I mean that's why that's why you do it in this case. You sometimes get lucky as we did here So my king of your lines kind of dropping in and out so so didn't he just repeat that last that sentence he said. Sometimes you get lucky and meaning what. We're going to try and get him back. Obviously that line is not good so meredith. Return back to you so so. Let's let's let's focus on something that you you said a moment ago finding out who the actual donors are because so much of it is dark money as as you and micro talking about is going to be difficult but you also said it wasn't what wasn't difficult to understand was the intent of of of the of the rally right because as as you said the president trump at the time had said it was sent out that tweet saying be there it will be wild and then i think it was just the next day the near the new york times has reported that the next day a new website called wild protest popped up and it was connected to alexander the conspiracy theorists who had very vocally vowed to stop the electoral certification process and said he was going to march hundreds of thousands if not millions of people to sit there quote unquote butts in d. c. and close the city down so so the the intent wasn't wasn't hidden correct and the danger here is that in the end and this is something i've talked about for many years that when you have a democratic republic like we have You have a confidence game right. You have a a an idea that that the base of this is that you are not having a direct democracy you are electing people to represent you and then you have. The public in. General has to have faith in two things one that the people that ended up being representatives are intact people they voted for and to that those representatives are going to put the public interest above their personal interests so those are two very important building blocks foundation of our system. And what happened over. the last. Several months is that there was a direct attack on both of those there was attack on on whether or not the elected representatives including the president were accurately of elected and there was an attack on whether or not they really are putting their own selfish interests over. The interests of the american people with ms rally came up. It was being building on this troger narrative that had been fanned both by president trump and others that somehow there was odd regardless of repeated instances where these allegations had been brought it to the court meredith. Yep hang on here for just a quick and just take a quick break. I wanna hear you finish that. Thought when we come back. This is on point. This is on point. I'm meg mccready. We're trying to follow the money. This hour that went into funding the january six rally. That took place before the riot at the capitol and wanting to know where that money is going now. I'm joined today by meredith mcgehee. She's executive director at issue. One a nonpartisan nonprofit organization that focuses on money in politics makes ps also joins us. He's a reporter for propublica His latest piece in propublica is headlined. Text messages show. Top trump campaign fundraisers key role in planning the rally. That preceded the siege. Now mike i think we have you back on a little bit of of a better line. now How much more can we say. Do you know did we. Did we find out about how. The trump campaign itself was tied in to to to the rally financially. I mean it seems. Like i mean i mean ran was the central figure in that to be clear. Rent had finished her work for the campaign in november before moving onto organizing this rally in december But We're we're talking about the campaign right now but it also should be clear into. The white house was very directly. Apprised How the events coming together in the days leading up to it Receiving updates through another person who served as of a go between Name's katrina pearson It it's you know it and then just in. In addition to what we ultimately on earth which was that someone like wren was overseeing budget planning messaging logistics. There's also just the evidence that's just right in front of your face. That can't really be ignored. Which is almost. It's too obvious that it almost you know you can look past which was just the president as as was pointed out earlier encouraging. People to come saying it's going to be wild eventually. You know promoting the event going to the event and then and then basically telling people to march on the capital also telling them that he would he would affect join them which he did not It's really did in many ways Just play out right in front of our faces right in front of our eyes But but meredith. I mean can can we. There's there's sort of a standard here about of regarding intent right. I mean people in everyone who's been talked to about who attended the rallies and no one supports the violence that happened so is Is there a standard of intent. Here that can be met what there were some people. Obviously that did support the violence. And i think what you saw was that The organizing that mike identified and the money behind that provided. If you will the shell for all the other folks in fact came with a plan whether it was the proud boys or the oath keepers many others and somewhat Of an open secret that there were these elements that were going to use january six For their staging ground. And so if you were someone who had come as a regular citizen you got bust in one of these buses that let's say the public they're paid for you know. Maybe you did not have an idea to come and overtake and run. Now you know kill go into the capital results in debt but there were other elements. That were certainly going to do that. The intelligence chatter Head was hearing about it. Those of us just tracking kind of the messages back and forth Not even being in the intelligence community was very clear that this was Going to be an element of part of of the january six crowd. And so. I don't think anyone was very surprised. The other part of this behind the other than the money is their message messages. Going back and forth in the intelligence community and in the military community where There was an order. Apparently by the acting attorney general saying don't give anybody the tha the police batons. Don't give them helmet. Don't do these things. That's just because they knew there was going to be an element that came intent on violence and there was also the report from nbc news last month about a thing organizations like the republican attorney general's association That had sent out robo calls encouraging people to actually march on the capitals aimed at one pm. We will march to the capitol building and call on congress to stop the steel. So i mean how many organizations are we potentially talking about here. Well i think it. Mike you may have better information I think they. I know of at least i don't know seven or eight that where the dental by name but you may have more information about that than i do. Oh you're right now. I think i think there were. I think some ten or so groups that were identified that were either. I mean the republican attorney attorneys general affiliate which was responsible for robo calls. I think was sort of unique. In that regards. I think most of the other groups involved or You know providing transportation the most prominent. One that i could think of most of their most of those groups i think by the way would not register with the average person. They're not. They're not like widely known but the one that stuck out the most to me was turning-point usa Which has been very closely aligned. I mean there's this closely aligned. I mean very closely tied to the trump administration its leader. Charlie kirk is very close with don jr. The president and other members of his administration frequently appeared turning point events in fact in late december. a couple of weeks before the rally turning point held a conference in florida that featured some of the speakers earliest one of the speakers that would show up at the january six rallying speak and that was the new congressman. The freshman congressman mass cawthorn And at that event he told the crowd that it was okay for them to quote. Lightly threaten congressman. Well so i think the reason why. This is so hard to to suss out. Is that dark. Money is dark by design right but meredith. I also don't want to necessarily fall into the trap of sounding like they're sort of know one or two sets of people pulling all the strings year when it comes to a right wing politics and money in the united states or any politics quite frankly but but but specifically in the in the situation where we are. Now you've talked about how there's different kinds of of political money right. There's i think that you call it. Ideological versus what strategic money going into politics. Can you tell me the difference so you have to think of political money coming in and kind of from all around at three hundred and sixty degree experience. Some of it is Given through but many people now know of political action committees that doll reported. You see it. It's very clear Some goes to leadership pacs. Some may go to a trade associations and so you have a lot of information about that money and but it's only really the tip of the iceberg of the political money that is sloshing around in washington particularly after the citizens united decision That decision by the supreme court ten kind of drew a roadmap about how to spend money to influence the outcomes of both elections and policy in washington without having to be seen in public. So it's kind of a stark contrast to all of the light that's on the individual money given to candidates and the pack when it's given the candidates In the last few years they were changes in the rules in the irs. To lessen the amount of information that is available both to the government and to the public about all this other political money is coming into the system. None of this is intended in any way to say that money is inherently evil. None of this is intended to say you should be able to express your first amendment rights. What we do know. Is that the ability to mobilize very large amounts of money empowers. Those people like eric that might describe to have an outsized influence about what happens in washington. Will i wanna focus for just a second on a corporate money in particular. Because of the capital attack several major corporations announced that they were halting pac donations to republicans of members of congress who voted against certifying election results and recent campaign. Finance reports are revealing which corporations were the biggest donors to those politicians top industry. Lobbying groups since companies Even well known companies like comcast or daego. That's karl evers hellstrom. He's with the nonpartisan center for responsive politics and they track money in us politics and its effect on policy and evers hellstrom says that corporations often don't base their political donations on ideology but instead for political favor and influence or prepacks donate to incumbent lawmakers on both sides and a lot of the republican objectors. Were very safe. Republican seats which are exactly the kind of seat that corporate would like to donate to because it's unlikely that the lose it but campaign finance reports reveal only so much i mean. What about that dark money that we've been talking about here. Funds filtered through groups such as america first policies. How much money was donated through. Groups like that to organizers of the january sixth rally there are also a lot of dark money groups including america first policies which is closely allied with the trump campaign that helped organize the rally since these groups. Don't disclose their donors. We have no idea who might be funny move. It could be anyone from those ideologically. Conservative donors to corporations We simply have no idea unfortunately now as we talked about earlier the january six rally was organized by a group called women for america. First that to is essentially a dark money organiz ation. They're not required to disclose their donors but it has been reported that that other group america first policies which is a pro-trump Policy organization dark money organization in twenty nineteen did disclose that they had contributed to women for america. First some twenty five thousand dollars according to cnbc. So occasionally we get glimpses into how the money flows but overall oftentimes the pump. The public simply has no idea but politicians who accepts such dark money donations. They have more than just an idea. The public has no idea. Um what kind of favors funders gaining by helping them with dark money whereas the politicians do people are and that information asymmetry is by design it's a creation of campaign finance laws but beyond what we know about who paid for the rally on january six. We also know more about former president. Trump's finances post office ever hellstrom reported on trump's big post-election fundraising haul trump now has more than one hundred million dollars in his campaign accounts. So as this sort of infighting between the gop continues. Trump has a lot of money that he could use to influence that he could use that money to help primary his political opponents like Liz cheney those republicans who voted to impeach kim and he has a massive base of supporters. That he can continue. We go to for money whereas other republicans like cheney in insinger really. Don't have that automatic money that they can pull from in order to help them and other like-minded elegant serve win this battle. Carl evers hellstrom is with the nonpartisan center for responsive politics now meredith mcgehee To the last point that carl was making their about a former president trump's current of funding that he has in his account in his campaign accounts. It's much of its from small donors who we would ostensibly know who they are right. So so there's there's no issue there that's like a normal part now. A normal part of american politics is a non it is but i think it's important to Grabbed people to have people understand that the where the money is going. The type of account appears much of this money is going into the is something called a leadership pac and what different than a regular pack here is that they are not subject for example to the rules governing personal use. So if you wanted to go out and buy a yacht with your leadership pac money. They're actually no rules on the books. That would keep you as a politician from doing that. They do apply to your authorized campaign committee so these leadership pacs which many many politicians have every member of congress now has Really are these political slush funds with few constraints and so he had political slush. One that has been a financed by his supporters and really can be used almost anyway that he's he chooses. There will be some disclosure which is good about some of those expenditures. The i would not sometimes election commission doesn't do a great job of ensuring that there's clarity if you say you spent that money on paying your visa bill but you don't know what the visa bill on. That's not a lot of clarity. But it's very important for people to realize that the leadership pack is a different kind of committee than unauthorized campaign committee. Mike speeds did. You want to comment on that I mean i think it's just a perfect illustration or gal model. How utterly insane and more roddick our campaign finance system is now little sense. It makes there's like no justification for something like that existing and our laws. Just a should be just people should be remind over and over again that they don't make any sense That they give an unholy man of power to generally small group of people or in this case they allow someone like the former president to just have a pile of money that he can do whatever he wants with For no good reason at all except perhaps to preserve A certain amount of power. It's it's you know it. It can't be overstated like the lack of regulation that we have right now and how bad it is for democracy And people should be reminded of that every single day. 'cause the problem is it's sort of boring to talk about. It's kind of hard to like you know. I haven't produced a number of campaign finance stories. It just understandably hard to pull people in to make it clear white matter so much but it It did obviously really. It really really does. And it's it's sad but meredith mcgehee the citizens united case essentially sort of co defied into not codified but affirmed Into law. The the axiom of you know you can put your money where your mouth is that. All we have this system now because part of the ideological backing for it is that it is a way for people to have their say through how politics are funded in the united states. We gotta take a quick break. So i'm going to get your answer to that question in a second. So meredith and mike hang on. We're trying we're trying to follow the money. Both light and dark. That went into what happened in the attack on the capital on january six. We'll be right back. This is on point. This is on point. I'm meghna chakrabarti in just a couple minutes. We're going to hear from an international observer of the united states who survived a domestic attack on his country's government several years ago and his warning for america will hear that in just a couple of minutes. But we're wrapping up our conversation about the money that went into the january sixth rally that preceded the riot on capitol hill and meredith mcgehee. Mcgee he to hear from you. You response what. Mike speeds was saying before the break about the perhaps if there's a feeling of inevitability that if so much money can move so cryptically through american politics that could we should. We have seen something like what happened on january six coming absolutely. I think people forget sometimes that there was another portion to the citizens united decision that was by a margin of eight to one and was the court deciding that the requirements for disclosure where constitutional and unfortunately. What an in response to that the agency. That's supposed to enforce said has been a wall spent much time of the last several years Not being Having the number of commissioners and it's a pretty weak agency but actually the court has made clear that at a minimum. This disclosure is a very constitutional. There's different pieces here. There's campaign money which is treated one way under the law. There's a money that comes into organizations that say their main purposes lobbying and then there's money that comes into so called c. threes. they're supposed to be charitable and educational organizations and it is amazed of regulations and laws. I'm sure everyone can imagine what the end result is here. Is that trying to go. Do mike is done and find out like really behind. This who's financing. This effort is almost impossible to do through public records. And it's almost impossible for an average american to have a fence. As the has said repeatedly that the american people have a right to know who is trying to influence the outcome of policymaking and campaigns and so we have a system currently that is so obscure so paik that it is very difficult for the american people to be well informed about the money being spent to affect their lives. And so i'm really glad to see the the work at mike it and trying to peel back some of these layers and put together that jigsaw puzzle. Well we have just a little over a minute here meredith. I'm curious what you think about the fact that the money that we can trace some of it at least like direct donations to campaigns For example josh hawley had his biggest campaign hall in in recent memory after what happened on january six and much of that was coming from small donors some average donation to him in january was fifty two dollars so it not the money still telling us something regarding where it's going in republican politics. Well telling us that they. We have a what we see in the senate. We have a very polarized country. We've had several elections now where You know the person who won the a popular a popular vote did not win the electoral college. We have a very polarized congress. And you know. The congress is a reflection of the population. It's really not that much different than what you see in public. While i think small donor money is actually a good development It it often can be as we saw. In the days of jesse helms very ideological money that rewards the more extreme parts of the party. So that's when you have to start talking about. Why is this system is screwed up as it is that It's the more extreme. You are the more rewarding to get. Well meredith mcgehee executive director at issue one. Thank you so much for joining us today but thank you so much. And mike speeds reporter at propublica links to his latest piece about who funded the january six rally. Mike thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me i appreciate. How does the world see america's insurrection. The election lies that preceded it and the politics that followed it. What do they see that. We americans can't see ourselves indie. Some jeeva lives in colombo sri lanka. He's worried that americans aren't worried enough about what's happening to us democracy. There's a sense that you're protected by not feeling these things and these feelings are there for a reason to guide you through reality. Stop trying to be comforted all the time. I think americans like children sometimes like you're not children your adults. Sometimes you have to face the harsh reality of the world and do something about it. And what is that harsh reality. While on november tenth months before the insurrection. Someone are jeeva posted an extended article on media. He wrote quote your being coon. What else do you call it. So you give the guy who lost all the power and all the guns for good two three months so he had all that and it's only because people are polite that hasn't turned into a hard coup but donald trump is not polite so he changed the defense secretaries he changed all the people in charge of the gods and then he went across the street from the capital told people go and walk on the capital if that isn't a coup god knows what is if it helps you. Imagine that it's brown or black people and then you'll definitely call it a coup however this isn't a tanks and helicopters kind of coup. Someone jeeva calls what's happening in the us. A stupid coup characterized by things. Like a presidential lawyer gesticulating at four seasons total landscaping. Oh my goodness. All the network queuing on conspiracies. Do you believe that democrats and celebrities weren't a pedophile. Where does that come from the league. Let's come from what kids a guy with face paint wearing horns and bellowing from the senate presidents chair someone jeeva gets it whether the coup fails are not deep. Structural damage is done. He writes at the time. However it just feels dumb Nine oh yes. People died at the capitol that day and yes members of congress feared for their lives but some are jeeva understands the soothing allure of just calling it all a farce and forgetting about it. He knows because he lived through it but he calls sri lanka's stupid coup of two thousand eighteen. I was putting the kids to bed one night. And then like i got an sms saying that the president had replaced the leader of the house. And i was like holy. The coup was a farce at the time. But how soon it turned to tragedy. Some are jeeva rights. They called it a constitutional crisis. But how soon it became a real one. A lot of stories shouldn't cuss. Parliament has been disrupted for a second day with lawmakers allied to the disputed. Prime minister mahinda rajapaksa chairs at the marshalls and allegedly a presidential coup. The president abused powers. They had and because he couldn't describe enough people to come over. They tried to basically use violence in parliament. But again not at the scale that you guys had. We didn't have people die. They just threw chili powder and chairs chili powder at the speaker. Finance has been adjourned. who's crazy. The speaker of the house is old. Dude he's like eighty something now and they cops like surrounding him with little nearly cushions because people were throwing books and like broken chairs at him. There's one photograph where some of our guys. They scared the speaker of the house away and they went and sat in his chair and there was sort of like taking pictures in a chair. They shouldn't be sitting it. And i saw the same thing happening in america where some of your mob was sitting in the chair and like taking photos in the chair. They shouldn't be sitting in. Its symbolic thing. But it's also a very real thing because they're occupying your seat of power in his medium essay. Someone jeeva rights. I'm trying to warn you america. It seems stupid now but the consequences are not what i write about in that article is how like a coup is a blow right so someone can stop heating you and you're still injured and we are still injured that had really long term repercussions for us. Yeah it definitely changed the country. I mean i think what people don't realize is by the time it gets to that point. Your country is already divided and those faultlines would just sort of fracture as the months went. The sri lankan slow motion soft coup began in october two thousand eighteen protests followed as did several orders from the nation's highest court by december two thousand eighteen the coup ended and tree lanka's incumbent president was reinstated after the coup happened. Our government was destabilized. And at the time i sort of went back to business. We got our old government back. And i was like okay. We can just go on with this. But what i didn't realize is that your government is doing something all the time just four months later. Sri lanka suffered one of the most horrific terrorist attacks in the country's history. So what happened to us was a lot of national security. Alerts were missed where they weren't passed around because the government was still fighting within itself and then we got hit with a major terrorist attack on easter sunday on april twenty first two thousand nineteen a series of coordinated. Suicide bombings devastated sri lanka mentioned. This is the aids blast has been reported from salunke of almost two hundred. Seventy people were killed many murdered attending easter services. Three what churches three hotels very prominent what. Listen columbo Kings was an act of domestic terrorism. All eight suicide bombers were sri lankan citizens associated with the local militant islamist group. Just weeks earlier indian intelligence services had worn sri lankan authorities of possible attack but that intel was never properly shared within the sri lankan government and that to me was a direct result of the the weakening of our government. The happened after the coup. My wife and children were at church that day. Indie summer jeeva rights are regular church where they hadn't gone had bombs on either side. I couldn't understand the news when i first got it and you cannot understand the fear until they were safely home. I do not want you to understand. He writes but i fear one day. You must so you had a weakening of your government and to be quite honest. This very very obvious terraced signals coming from your white supremacist. This thing's ringing like a five alarm bell right. You guys have people actively whipped into a religious fervor about you know. We need to stop the steel. We need to fight all and they've been building up to this verb for decades. And i think you're on intelligence agencies track this so what happens next. What lessons does sri lanka's very recent history of stupid coups and sickening violence have for the united states. While summer achiever writes quote the tragic thing which you do not understand which you cannot understand is that you've already lost. You cannot know exactly what that's the nature of chaos. So when i say you've already lost. Look aku i keep going back to a but cou is blow so if someone hits you and they stop hitting you you already been hit in the face and so you already have some damage. So what happened to america is. You've already had the heart of your government hit so you've already taken some damage. Your government already weakened. He warns that a damaged government can stay week for a very long time. What happened in in our coup is at the due to stage. The coup are like ministers now. Like what they did was they destablize. Nickelsville this chaos and said hey look at the chaos for us and that's a pretty effective strategy so it's not like it just stops on inauguration. Day what i try to tell. Readers is look in sri lanka. This generational change. Our cycle of violence started when i was zero years old and it went till i was about thirty. He's talking about the sri lankan civil war there. One that bled across the nation's history from nineteen eighty three to two thousand nine. So you guys are at the beginning. You're at the beginning of a cycle of violence. And that's just one thing. I hope americans can understand. I think maybe you guys want the amazon prime subscription a history where everything gets resolved. Tomorrow you want next day delivery resolution and until you. It doesn't work like that. And so it will take a generational movement for this sort of thing to resolve. I i think a lot of find that scary to hear but then there's also some hope in that if you are nice your children than your children can. Maybe i what i say this. I don't know if you've era to say that but hoping for generational change is also a form of denial in the present. it's americans today proffering. Nothing more than a powerless shrug and dumping a broken country onto the backs of its children. We have already asked them to bear too much. So we asked in the summer of jeeva. How does a nation defeat at least the willful blindness. That hurts democracy. What can be done now to beat back the stupid part of the stupid coup. So i guess. There's two things i would say to the. Us one is like your in pain. Like i think you need to feel that and you need to feel. The things are bad. I think a lot of people might be trying to tell you. It's not so bad it's not so bad it's like sometimes things are just bat and i feel like pain is your body's way of telling you like i'm running into something. I'm hurt like don't do this anymore. And i would tell you that black people or say undocumented people. They've been saying. Hey like something's hurting us for a long time. And you haven't listen and now it's come close to you. So this idea of american exceptionalism the things a idea that bad things can happen to you. Look bad things are happening to you and you need to feel that pain. I don't know what you do with that information but my only message do is the. Denial is just getting you more hurt. It's just causing more damage just causing trauma and my other message. Is that people all over the world who you may have been used to down on. We've all gone through similar experiences. And you can sort of look to us and you can learn from the mistakes we've made because god knows. We made a lot of mistakes and that can help you. And i think this is actually chance for americans to leave the exceptional la la land. They've lived in and to rejoin the rest of the world. But god knows is going to be painful awakening indie summer. Jeeva is a writer living in colombo sri lanka we have links to his. I lived through series at on point. Radio dot org on point is produced by anna bowman jack beatty jonathan chang. Eileen amata stefano cut saunas. Hillary mcquilken james. Ross dorey shammar. Tim's gog great sadder and sydney wertheim. I magnin chakrabarti. This is on point

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"Hey guys, it is Meena. Remind you download and subscribe to. That's what she said was Sarah Spain this week Sarah Chats with Heidi Garner about how she went from a funny hairdresser. In La to SNL CAST member in the Academy Award nominee who inspired her to take her first Improv 'cause. You can find out, so she said wherever your podcasts. Welcome back. Featuring! The NFL podcast. One of the. Truly believes the real mastermind behind the Patriots. Excess is Belichick's dog, which is a key klay quickly last week. I think I'm getting I. Don't know I'm not sure about that. I'll google it later. I'm delighted. Lenny and I are both frankly delighted today to be joined by a second time guest. Who actually brought lenny a present. Last time we taped in person. Fortunately, we're not taking it person today, but I'm still delighted to be joined by Cynthia. Freeland was an analyst NFL network. You've seen her on Game Day morning. You've heard her stuff. She's everywhere Cynthia. Thank you so much for coming back of course. I'm just so sad. No more dog presents because I really truly enjoy shopping for dogs more than humans I'm just sad. We're not in person, but don't worry. I will make it up to Lenny next time you got him. It was like a stuffed alligator which he destroyed I. think like two minutes flat earth that gives me a benchmark next. Hem needs to be even faster. How are you doing these days where we it's? Okay, so we're GONNA do the AFC. This is what happens if I don't talk to the first show of the show we're. We're we're? We're GONNA cover so we do individual previews and last week of course. WHO DID THE NFC South Warren sharp this week we are rocketing over to the AFC doing the AFC East which. In my I I know I. Keep saying this but I love doing this exercise because you go depth by depth chart. You're looking at the improvements. You're looking at where teams left off last year in Cynthia. Just overarching thought on the AFC east. This might be the whitest gap between quality of defenses versus offenses in the NFL right now. Completely the biggest widest gap, and also the one. Where what are we going to get from these offenses? I think if anyone claims. They know they're fooling themselves. So I think defendants are far more known in. Obviously you know better, but also we don't know what we're GonNa get from these offenses. No, no the ugly in some cases. But there's upside. There is room for optimism to and mystery and question marks across the division. Looking trying to be optimistic when it comes, but he's got to win the division. Somebody's got win it. Somebody's GonNa win it. Never I have a theory as to who that will be. We can kinda decide at the end. But Yeah it look I. Think tweeted. I thought I was been quite bold this week and I was like AFC east might have three of the top ten offices in the NFL. Thinking that was like such a spicy take. Then I should have checked this before I tweeted I went back and looked into. The three defenses I had mine Buffalo New York and New England. They all finished in the top ten in waited devi away last year, so it was not that spicy of take, and for those who are look obviously in many metrics, in fact that they get to play each other offenses helps, but DNA doesn't count for opponent as well and I think regardless of opponent. There's a lot of talent on all three of those defenses and Miami in particular, obviously the secondary. There's some interesting roster building going on there as well. Yeah. I think when you look to see. Anytime. You have multiple quarterbacks that are unknown in any division. You know you've got to thirty or guys and you kind of all agree that it by the third year. That's when you figure out who you are right like. That's kind of who you become an elite, and then you've got two guys who we really don't know anything about. And then of course Ryan Patrick who we know a lot about, but we don't know how they're gonNA use him, so it's. Just so interesting to see like will if your quarterback, your pitcher is the defense going to give them enough run support, so which one is going to get the right of help and that? Yeah, great quarterbacks best friend I. You know quarterbacks. Best friend is a lot of different things, but defense is. Really probably their best friend yeah. Again. Certainly I think new. England buffalo those teams that are getting defined by their defenses right. And you saw that reflected in how they approach their not buffalo this early, but in how some of these approach their off seasons as well so I wanted to start with the jets I. It's funny I feel like every time. The we always lead with England and. We're in the middle of this like massive massive inflection point in this division with Brady obviously. Buffalo. They were the favorites to win I. Think I saw some books now? They've got New England. which is really what a stunning tribute to bill belichick that he can pull out, jared. Favorites amazing. But I WANNA. Talk about the jets which is a team and I'm leaving with him since he. Is there a team that you know very well? Having done some work during the preseason last year. I believe right. Okay. No, you're right. Team! They're an interesting team. They could go a lot of ways like I. You know there are team I think when you tell people. Let's start with defense when you tell people some of the numbers on defense last year, I think people would be surprised. Just how good this run defense was for example just by about any metric. Yeah one of the ways to Lake I've all tests to just get a good metric for me. Like one of the first entry points I look at is what a defense does on first down because that really sets up the cadence for the rest of the down right, and if you look to see you know four point, three three yards allowed per play on first down. That's passing and rushing combined. That's best in the NFL so they're run. Defense really helped out and really allowed by the way. The the bills are second which. To me, are the Patriots second? The bills are like tenth. Right so ultimately. When you're looking to see you know what you're talking about these defense, you're right, but their defense allowed them to stay in games that they really had no business being in especially when Sam Darnold had mono last year, and things were were on quarterback seventeen. So you know ultimately just just like I said that's a it's just a good proxy for how good the defensive somebody when I said the thing about the three top ten defensive, whatever someone wrote back to me. How can you say that like look at the cornerbacks on this team cornerbacks rather and I under yeah, that is a weakness man. You know and I think edge rusher is still a big question mark. Yeah, but but look they those were question marks last year, and they still performed really well. It's a Greg Williams defense, so it's weird as hell. They of accepted the fact that there's no four-man rush which again it's a Greg Williams defense, so got DVDs blitz in like crazy, which of course tomorrow Adams's that's skill set of his tons of. Disguised coverages Bryant Bright Blitz Bryant. pull a ton as well. Grand Pool slot performance like really. What this goes to show you this defense. What they? What Greg Williams, does do well he he's a wacky. He's a wacky. Do but like what he does. Well defended the middle of the field, and often first downs, and drives our extended first downs, earned, and drives our extended by what goes on in the middle of the field, so being able to have Brian poole very good free agent. He didn't leave the team. They've got him for five million alright conduct. Yeah, great contracts, really good signing Joe Douglas that was a plus, and that one and defending the slot people you know there are some for whatever reason it's like using the majority. He's only a slot corner slots. Actually a really important place to be so you know despite some really weird yet their their defense was most certainly I mean and so so many injuries CJ Moseley well. They paid so much for last season so I. I do think they'll be. In that regard and I do think that you know they. They have a lot more than I. Mean, but it's actually not mean. They added to their average of players rightly the. NFL players now yeah, which is. Whatever I'm glad you mentioned CJ Mosey. Because simply having him back and healthy is a tremendous upgrade. The linebacker group honestly him every Williamson they signed Patrick WanNa sore from the ravens like again NFL players. We know the safety Jamal Adams Marcus May. Good Area of strength I think. Other than cornerback. The question again is like. Are they going like? Can they get a standard pass? Rush at all into me. Stole much of that depends on getting more production out of Quin. Williams again. I realized plays on the inside, but they didn't just sign him to stop the run right. He he he was supposed to be. A can't Miss Prospect and my one concern curious to hear your thoughts on this is. I loved him coming out of college me, too, and yeah, and he just didn't did not produce much in the way of pressure. My Concern Cynthia is that it's a bad scheme fit for what? Greg Williams asks his defensive Lineman to start ton. Move all over the place quickly Williams's downhill just bulldozers. I think he is the key. If he is good, this defense will take that next step or sustain their level play and I a little bit worried about him and his role in this unit. Well, I've. I've been hearing that. He's been working out. Who defensive backs and really taking care of his diet. Addressing an addressing something that I don't think that they I think he did not take. The Diet as seriously ahead of last season. As maybe they thought you know, and I do think that another area to help. cornyn Williams which sounds kind of crazy, but they did get just now they they recoup some of their dead money like million dollars of cat flexibility from the Tremaine Johnson kind of the way that accident. So the you know, there's been rumors about maybe Logan Ryan coming an effect, a better corner and or maybe. Some Geneva uncloudy rumors which I don't even believe that one for a second I have no stay away. Yeah, LE-. For that, but but ultimately I think getting better corners will also help Quinn Williams because corners and guys up front all work together. So I know it sounds a little nuts to be like. Hey, get logan. Ryan will help quitted Williams out, but giving you know Cronyn Williams the time to have just even another second where a quarterback has to think about what they're doing will really help big q get to the quarterback rate, so those are things that like the way the front and the back works together. All three levels of the defense needs to be to to work more cohesively and I think CJ moly. Moly being back also helps that you really that kind of the UNITA. quarterback to think for a second they can't. Just you know. Just throw it right like they think so. And that's where acquitted. Williams will have an opportunity to really adjust to the speed of this game in assuming he's in better shape this season. That could be a real you know. I'm trying to look for the positive theory that can be a real that can be a real source of positivity because I did like Alabama a lot, and it seemed like he definitely didn't live up to last season. He solve braces I. think that's also. because. It's so cute. It's cute. He's. Like! He's just such a lovable looking human. You? Know it's like super like an increase in you know when you were with the Rams, you get a chance to meet more of the players and yeah. He's just like he was like a big teddy bear like a really sweet, a nice kid you know. Old. They made me feel old now. speaking of Nice kids who I unequivocally support. Let's talk about Sam Darnold so I've been in irrational SAM. darnold defender and a lot of that is predicated on the fact that I've been I feel strongly. He's been put in a position to fail by this football team and by his own immune system. So. You know and then at the beginning of this off season Cynthia. I was so frustrated because they didn't sign a receiver. And I thought they were in I was worried like really George Fan is your Marquis offensive line signing. What are we doing, guys but They did address or at least begin to address some of those issues I believe. Drafting McKay Becton potentially raw tackle first round the fan is to contract George contract to. It's really a one year deal so I. Blew a lot of smoke about that, but. I do think they added a couple of players in the inside of the line. Who will be again? NFL players I like Connor McGovern Greg banned women. Players actual football. Yes A lot of to help in there, too. which is good like death, you know? I do. I think per shod. Perriman Was a nice consolation prize He has like flashed intermittently in the NFL right after being sort of labeled as like a bust, and then he kind of came back a couple times, and at the end of last year produce, and of course I loved Denzel Mims I've raised about him on this podcast, but. These are all question marks like dental for example like who I think is like? Has Some of the most exciting college tape right? If you like contested, is you like guys flying through the air like they're you know on, know on those like. Those jets that you can fly over the water with Kenny powers. Insulin's eighteen. But. I don't know if he can run more than two route I don't know I. Don't know if. I can play well consistently for a season I. Don't know if McKay Becton is ready to play in the NFL so I like some of these moves Cynthia but I. It there's so much uncertainty still around this offense totally and then I mean. There's a lot of. I guess the pointed when my overarching takeaway for this entire team is that the average was raised, but they weren't starting from a really good spot and darnold being able to look Darnold Z. passing really distinguishes and differentiates him. If you look at his college performance based on other people's performance, he's a he's a good deep passer and they took Robbie Anderson away and they didn't have a lot of deep passes last season because there wasn't. Wasn't enough time and also darnold was not playing for most of it, so adding these pieces like Perriman Shirt Denzel. mims has a lot of deep receptions from college. Baylor like that's you talk about flying through the air, but but the ability to read a defense, and especially with this off. Season is going to be tricky because if you don't have like it's going to be easier for teams who have studied receivers already in place to. To adapt so like the cowboys I noticed vision, but the cowboys for example when you got Amari Cooper Michael. Gal, that sets CD lamb up for a lot of success because he can, he won't need to read as Hardaway fence. Because the best, the best corners will leave him alone a little bit at least to begin with whereas like right off the bat like. Are you really super? Are you really super like intimidated but like Rashad? Rashad behrman dead zones Jackson crowder unlike what Dr Been You. Know or like like so to me. It's going to be a harder initial Hannah threshold, and so it doesn't come out looking super strong right from the jump. That's okay. I do think kilfoyle into it because I think it's just going to be very hard to read it for for anyone to read defense. If we don't have as much you know actual time for them to. You can only do so much virtually. Is Not going to be okay because I drafted him first dynasty and I really need them to produce early on, but. Boy didn't show it. Is it's it's such a good point by the way like every time we talk about these teams. We really need to consider who is helped hurt by the limited offseason and sort of everything that entails an undeniably. You're absolutely right. The jets are a team that are not helped by. All of the churn. Do. Want to mention who I think is GONNA fly under the radar as Chris Herndon Titan coming back. who had a great darnold before he got hurt so i? Love that also let me bell was. He was great last year. I. Know He's numbers. Don't bear that out, but he was. Or poor guy man who's running into a brick wall over and over, and he was super useful as a receiver again. Maybe, that's not reflected in the contractor. Where you drafted him and fancy, but he's still very good football player I. Just before we wrap on the address I just Kinda. WanNa talk about darnold. Get your feeling on him because. The reason I. Defend him so much and I think I. my friend, eight Thais who I did this quarterback draft with he always that he can't quit. Him is because he is like talk. He had I put this. He has the this upper echelon. Sean. It's actual on right. I always get that router upper run of blaze. He can make the really really difficult throws. What remains to be seen is if he can consistently make the easy throws I, think and He obviously he's all Nantou away too long. He's doing all the things rookie do when they haven't been put in. A good position holds onto it too long. Right panics a little bit. Forces throws. He really has no business attempting and it's weird, though because. He's not when he when he his force throws his overly which sometimes lead to picks. They're not. Insane, it's not like like I. Don't watch him and think that's a quarterback who has trouble reading defenses? I think that's a quarterback who needs to learn how to throw it away and checked out more and I think. It's because. One of he does not check down very often. He definitely. Like one of as far as like look, we don't know what was asked of player, so it's very hard to absolutely no, but it appears based on kind of knowledgeable football minds that I've talked into peers that he's not really checking down and trying to force a I read the interesting part for me about you'll like. When it comes to Sam Darnold, he's had to address to. Having Todd Bowles initially Todd Bowles. Offense or defensive minded coach in San Branca's offense and. Different different dynamics at. Their and now you've Adam Gates, and then he didn't really have a full at MD season because mono took him out, and that was hard to deal with, and if you look like I, said their yards replan I down. They ranked number thirty in the NFL, so they weren't being set up in. They weren't disguising with Klay Action. They weren't making the the things that most people had success with last season. They weren't doing those things. They weren't doing them convincingly so ultimately. I'm with you about darnold. I also I just I also think that with a few more reps with the right people for example getting his Bershad Perriman Josh Jackson Donors Reps Ray like getting all of those in Jamison. crowder was a big asset to him last season. So let's see. Let's see what happens with a little bit more time together and a little bit more, you know. I'm with you I actually think Donald You. I think this could be a very. With with a little bit of luck, because their schedules is pretty tough, but with a little bit of luck, like I do think that he could really get some key wins under his belt. You saw what happened weeks nine thousand seventeen last week last year when he came back two hundred forty five point two passing yards per game like that's that's a nice number. So when you look to see you know what he actually did when he was playing, it was. It was very good, so it's not. It's not like you're coming out of nowhere. He just I think a little bit of a bit more like quality reps where he's able to. You know understand what he and have, maybe like just another half second more. That's really what's can make the difference. Jamison crowder. He's an excellent number three. If, he's been asked to do more than that. It's not it's sub optimal. Yes I'm with you. There an interesting team I. Really think they go a lot of ways I think the whole we discussing the defense. Or very real, and I think there's so much uncertainty in offense. I think I think this team could look very different ended the season than how they look at the beginning. Totally agree an opposite situation. I think a team again that we we're talking about okay. Who is hurt by this sort of uncertainty in the offseason WHO's helped? A team that's helped. He's the buffalo bills still know much continuity. Okay they. Bringing back their entire offensive line I'll smoke saying coach Sean McDermott. Same Offensive Coordinator Brian Cabell who I've praised, and we'll praise here. Same Defensive Coroner Leslie Frazier Who Really Should Be Head coaching candidate again Roy incredible continuity. Pretty much. You talked about Allen Darnold in concert. Obviously same draft could not be more different in terms of like who's being put in a good position. I Guess Josh Allens rookie year was sort of dubious. You could quibble at that breath. Last year. He was an position day one particular Mesa improvements and this year Cynthia. I think he has one of the best wide receiver groups in the NFL. You know what I was just about to say that the thing that people look they didn't know with free agency because it was right in the beginning of Corona virus, but the teams who got like the Andrei Hopkins and Stefan in the case of the bills, they actually in my opinion, did a much bigger favor for themselves, because they secured in the case of the bills, they secured a real known entity that has quantifiable value and sure you didn't pick in the first round, but you went and got. Smart later right like ADF. An ESA is a great fit for them super athletic. It's as a little bit of youth to their defensive front isn't going to be asked to save. The world is just going to be asked to to understand and participate, and then you know going to be asked to. Increasingly integrate and by the way it is a lot easier just historically for a pass rusher to be effective from day one than it is for a wide receiver. Get reading defenses, versus just go get the quarterback ray so ultimately having digs. They did give up a lot, but ultimately they that that was a smart acquisition for them given all the other pieces that they have because it is a known quantity and they. They know how to use him and a Josh Allen doesn't check down either he's he needs to. He needs to learn. But you know look. It's interesting because they have that. And by the way in addition to that defensive front they've got. Maybe the second best corner and lead your Davis White and ultimately ultimately those two things work together to help out Josh Allen Because Josh Allen we've seen be a little erratic and have some turnovers and I think that it will do nothing, but help him the more precise route runners. He has the better. The defense is and ultimately that run game. Now you've got single terrain is. Is like a year. And then I really liked Maas Acquisition Zach. Moss Right, so they've done a good a good job kind of addressing things that add depth in really smart places massive upgrade. I mean we love frank or but going going back, Moss I think he's an upgrade, because it's like okay well, you know he's like younger, frank or basically he's going to be the. Thunder to series lightning. To annoying for fantasy players, but FOR THE BILLS! But yeah, okay, so like Josh Allen Let's talk about Josh. Allen so. Last year. Terrible on deep pass since coming to the NFL now. Josh Allen Defenders of which there are many, and they are active, and they're loud and vocal on twitter in they usually have Hashtag, those mafia and their handle. They will say well his receivers let him down and I think there's a little bit of recipes. I I love Brownies always open, but some drops here and there and then his first year. I think definitely that. He has to fond digs now. Okay, he has no excuses. We will find out this year more than SAM. darnold who Josh Allen is as a quarterback because I mean. If he can't improve his deep game with Stefan Digs, John Brown on the football field. Good luck okay so I. People say never give them enough. Credit I, I said. Numerous times go check improved last year in the short intermediate area, a lot of that I gave. I continued to be very impressed by Brian Cabell one he's done in part of the reason is it's so rare for an offensive coordinator to make that kind of jump year to year like he was Oscar according to the previous year, and basically he called an offense for Josh Allen like it was almost like he called it for the platonic idea of Josh. Josh Allen like he was. You know what I mean like counting on him. To connect on those cases be that sort of pocket passer, and not take advantage of his mobility. He adjusted last year and I think the results spoke themselves. He really really got some improvements Adam. So I'm very curious to see if he can get more out of him because. I. I like everything about the team, but I don't think he was a good quarterback last year. The hard part for me about Josh. Allen is because you gotta figure out like. If, you were to drop him on a neutral team win. What would what would the result because when you have that good of a defense, then you're you have a benefit. It's a benefit for sure so on a neutral team. What would happen and then you have to remember? Okay? We'll the no build around him to address kind of his the areas that are potentially holes, and then Oh, by the way with someone who is mobile like that and I know Josh Allens a big kid and I would. Would never suggest anyone getting hurt, but you do have. If you're getting tackled more often it just it is. It is a fact that it's possible to get hurt and so what Matt Barkley behind it you know like and so these are things like okay, so valued at the quarterback position. When you're looking to see like what is what is the situation? It's just risky and it's. It seems like an unnecessary risk sometimes when it comes to holding on to the ball to learn these mistakes that are. There addressing them and they are building around him. Really Smart, even I thought I I called Cole, Beasley overpay thought they paid too much for him. but I do think he was valuable last season. You know me the best contract ever, but they did. They did have A. he did get a lot of value out of him. So it's interesting to me. It will be interesting to me to see how like let's hope. Josh Allen can stay healthy and do. Do the things to kind of be smart about getting himself in a position to get it to John Brown or get it just funding than us. The fact that defense will be drawn to John or findings and get it to the other one, so read the defense a little bit, and see who where you have a better matchup, and that's where, and that's where it's GonNa be really what Josh Allens capable of doing, and not necessarily. That's where the offense coordinator. There's there's only so much right able, not playing right so. There's only so much he can do to put him in the best position, and it seems like they've done that so really more so than anything like it is now on Josh Allen Yet I. Have Long felt his calm. The upside Josh Allen Comp is Cam, Newton. And Man. Josh Allen is such a explosive threat on his feet and like I. Know we do talk about that and he gets credit for me. Honestly you should probably get more because he is terrifying on the move. Big He's he does I think there's just a lot of parallels between him and Cam there along those same lines when I look back at Cam, Newton I think of the years in which he was used poorly years, which used well I. Think there's a lot of lessons there for Allen I and I look at Cam, Newton's two thousand eighteen season, when NORV turner implemented more of a quick passing game and I. Do think something like that. That would help Allen as well as sort of improve his. He has improved his touch on shorter. passes, and they have brought. I tweeted this the other day. His intended air yards per attempt from next gen stats was nine point four last year, which seems like a lot, and it's tied for for the NFL but the previous year it was a Levin I e NFL. It should not be that high like no I think they're they're. They're figuring him out a little bit. He's learning to play quarterback. But this is it's make or break. It really is. He will be helped. By their defense, which great defense do tend to regress, but this defense you mentioned epidemic. They made some I. Actually think they might be better on the defensive line. Quite frankly, they added not only panacea to that front seven, but Mario Addison Vernon Butler Quinton Jefferson extremely underrated, defensive tackle out of Seattle really bummed. They didn't keep him so. Well unlike beyond. Edwald there early schedule also is conducive to the defense getting a good rhythm, assuming they play the normal schedule, it goes. New York jets Miami, dolphins and then even the Los Angeles. Rams and then the Las Vegas Raiders. So those are the first four games and I and I'm not taking anything away from the Rams, and I'm not taking anything away from you know the the raiders offense, but ultimately those are some nice. Those are some nice I four teams to cut your teeth on as a defense. So? It's it gets a little bit of flow before you have Tennessee and Kansas City. That's that's probably a good place to start. The secondary so good. Sean Sean McDermott. Someone asked me the other day. After Shanahan it's not the other day yesterday Shanahan got an extension. They were like Sean McDermott next now. It's like I if I was a buffalo fan. I would hope so man. He is absolutely crushed it. In drafting as well and agencies, I mean you know Mike. Incredible will go down the combination of Haydn warriors incredible. You mentioned Travis White. Arguably the second best quarterback in the NFL couldn't agree more. Taryn Johnson slot corner fantastic. They signed Josh Norman which. UPSIDE SHORE WE'LL SEE! McDermott would know derwin know AJ Klein Yeah just tons of I. Think this defense. Should be as good as they were last season. I agree I think look I think they've done a good job of like even at Oliver last season at adding him first round pick in two thousand nineteen, and then like they've added like slowly. Some youth to more seasoned players, which tends to be a nice way to do it right like because if you. If. You have to keep adding people you know very quickly. And you don't have a nice like they there. Well Astonished Group I mean Jerry. Hughes is underrated. I don't think people talk enough about. Yes, that's a good point by the yeah. So. You're going to add it you get to add to. A very strong. Do it nice and slow where you don't need like the expectations aren't in one year. That like like I said folding ESA and The the best way to do it right like he's Gotten Mario Addison. Okay, you're good, you know he knows what he's doing. Jerry okay. He knows what he's doing. You know like they. They have enough people who know what they're doing that. You can add these these younger players and get more production out of them without expectations as kind of doesn't as way to do it. Yeah it, just I mean there are. A great example when we talk about defenses and how you build them. Really I think this is also true of new. England and Miami will talk about. This concept of kind of building defenses a little bit, though the they have spent some capital up front, but The strength of the defense being the secondary and the bills don't have a stud. big-name pass rusher. You mentioned Jerry. Hughes talk about him but they still rank highly in just about every pass, rush metric or perform well enough, and a lot of that has to do with just the skill of the players behind them also I think. Leslie Frazier did a terrific job. Combination of him McDermott rather in terms of the the sort of pressure. They were able to dial up, so it's a great defense. And I'll say now it is why I think the bills will win the division I'm with you. I think the bills. It meets the bills to lose. Like you know obviously that's. On like every. Don't yell at me Bills Fans just because I'm critical Josh and I just said. You'RE GONNA. Win The division just. Oh, I get yelled at by bills fans. They're passing we alone. I'm tell you where the division it. I'm being positive. It's like if you don't praise. The quarterback is like nothing else matters just praise literally every other aspect of. Okay another totally rational. Notoriously chill fan base New England. They do not like people raising questions about Jarret. Stidham, which is inset like. We, don't even know. I did A. On Stidham, you can look it up, I. Don't remember when exactly was. Title is still on my Harley no one. Yet No, I I love it. I love IT I. Love you bill I love it. Thank you well, so you know back. Watch them as preseason. And there's only there's only so much as you know that you kind of take from preseason. Just 'cause. Everything's so vanilla so much I mean. I guess we can kind of go over little. We'll start start wisdom in the offense a little bit, which is the? Man You know. He looked. Fine I not as Not as athletic. Made A. Few Nice throws primarily off of play action. Playing behind took a lot of sacks behind obviously backups, but then he was playing against bad gums again preseason. They are committed to him quite clearly at this point although cam. Newton is still out there. They sign cam. Newton would let me start here. I Cam Newton. Would you still pick buffalo to win the division? It would be a little harder because I. First of all I would then no Cam Newton's healthy because i. don't think that attack which would be great and so a healthy Cam Newton is a total game changer. So that might that might sway me, but if it were another team that signed him I don't even know because I don't even know if it'd be one hundred percent, but I would trust that that the output you get from cameras more like twenty fifteen and less like you know so spicy spicy signing. I just love it. I love it. Do I actually thought I didn't know. Know I mean without looking I. Don't I didn't know what Cam Newton was asking for in the marketplace at I still don't know I haven't heard anything that I believe nothing's out there. Break right so I. Haven't heard anything that I believe and I actually was with you. I thought that can would be a nice fit in buffalo about assuming he was healthy, so that I was hoping for that because I thought that that could be I that that could be a really nice interesting fit, but you know we cam Newton, and if he were healthy, anywhere would be really interesting obviously but. Cam as a cam as Pat, just I love it everything about it. Yeah, Buffalo would never. They'd never let him challenge Allen like that I mean that's the thing right? All these teams with younger quarterbacks. They don't want him challenging. The young guys, but you would have thought new. England would have wanted through competition for stood in a so far. They don't which again. They've seen much more of him than any of us, so you know if there's something there, they know it that said Cynthia. He's not walking into the best situation, so let's talk about that I mean. What do you think of the skill, group. I don't know what to think. Julia elements good and I know slot like I, told you. Middle of the field is where first downs happened, so you've got a great Julian great like you got that? That is a better a big leg up in many many ways I did like the Muhammed's new sign and I. Do I I? Think Mikhael Harry will grow and and be better and I I'm believing that Sony Michelle's I. I believe he had a. he had I believe it's an ankle surgery, but I believe he's getting back healthier. So that's good, you know I. Do I think Damian Harris, who we haven't talked about 'cause you. You know these the third round pick in two thousand eighteen. He was out of Alabama. He was he wasn't. He was a much bigger stud like he was like a very good prospect. We didn't see much outcome last year so I'm interested to see what happens there. Interview is James White so I do think there are some interesting upside there I'm not sure how it all plays out. the the receiver situation, I would feel better if you know like I like Mohammed new a lot, but if Julian your strongest receiver and Nick Harry on a it seems a little, it seems suspect you know. I don't I. Don't know how. I'm assuming they've worked well together. Who knows but I don't know what I've seen him flake. I've seen some good stuff with him for McLean pocket back in his college days in his Baylor in an armored both, and he had some good clear and clean pockets by the best way to approximate like what your best potential. So, so I've I've seen good stuff out of that from college. And then like you said that preseason was like very vanilla, it did it told me absolutely nothing about him. But you know, and and so it's hard, and then like what you got Brian Hoyer, which sure Brian Hoyer does add they love. Brian were. They brought him back a billion times now right so. It just seems like a strange. It seems like a strange quarterback room. I guess that's the the third quarterback in there in my. Best my now just Brian, Lewinsky, who another Michigan State quarterback! I watched I'm from East Lansing. That's not. That's a scary. Scary crossed not. Not Agree not. Agree Yeah. Continued be puzzled by the lack of competition in that room. Using it is both not a alluring group, but also probably going to be better than last year, and we talked about Brady and how much he was hampered by his skill players just because Mohammed to do is not as bad as last year. I'll start that. He's been a consistently good player. Boast of his career. He was obviously banged up. So there's that I. Think Mikhail, Harry will. He should take a step forward if he doesn't. He's a bust right, but. EXO He's got. He's got to step David. How patients for that? I I'm glad you mentioned Damian Harris Coaches. I am pretty dubious of Sony Michelle personally. The advanced metrics are not super positive on him and that kind of checks out with the test in my opinion quite frankly. So yeah I think this offense is gonNA. Look a lot like the early two thousands, patriots offenses I think it's going to be uglier and heavier. I think you'll see you be a ton of play action I think. You're going to have him throwing the ball out of heavier sets a lot more. They rent ton of eleven last year. I think that will that will help you know. They also added those tight ends in the draft. I'M NOT GONNA. Pretend like I have strong opinions about them right now and then signed. Danny detail third round picks. Yeah, I think my dice. The and they signed. Did Danny Vitale I never as name vitality vitality. The fullback Yup he went to. He went to north, and that's the only reason I know who he is. He's a chunk so. That was obviously a major missing piece last year by the way with James Devlin. So yeah, I think. This is a team led by the defense that's hoping for upside from stood him so let's talk about that defense because. That's the fun. Part of this team are totally if I was a page eighth. Optimistic Party, so if I'm a patriots fan obviously or you already know you already know that Stefan. Gilmore is the best corner in the League I. Mean it's. It's very hard to say someone's better than him. I can't find a metric that really support anything else, but the interesting part about what I like about their defense, and what I like tracking about thirty cents is how often they used three safety defensive sets, and I told you. You. The middle of that field is really the place where first downs and touchdowns are earned, and the reason why the the pats have the second yards per play attempts attempted on their defense, second best rate second to the jets like, but there's more balanced its second put in its low against pass and a slow against the run it. They don't have an imbalance where it's one versus the other is because they have they they're. They're not allowing opposing quarterbacks to read them right. They're they're using those three safeties or showing false leverage is just so meaning like The wide receivers don't know if it's inside or outside. They don't know which leverage to to choose, so they're tricking people, and that was an interesting part. Because then you see a guy like like. I told you folding in young guys with some of the guys like you saw chased win avenged last. Last year have a really nice first year in the third round pick because he was able to benefit from the extra time that the eighties corners give him in order to rescue passer. So you know it's it's an interesting. It's an interesting blend, and obviously if it's bill ballot check, you know that defense is GonNa. be where they shine, so it's not surprising, but it's three safety. It's the three API sets. That really intrigued me. I mean the depths in the secondary. Obviously the strength of this team and you know they were tainted. Obviously lost Stran- harmon. But for the most part they should be as good as they were last year. It'd be hard again. It's hard to be as good as they were last year on pass defense, so they're probably a little bit worse, but just from a talent perspective. They, have the personnel, and you know the players like Jesse Jackson who could step up and even take a bigger role. And as you mentioned correctly, it really allows bill bell check to. Do Bill Check things upfront quite frankly where they did lose a ton of players and I. Maybe I have too much face in him, but you know the Austrian. Miami we'll talk about Jamie Collins you know. It's always these guys who like left like. Whatever that's different cases Danny. With the lions cons, alliance you but Lord. Care I don't think I. Don't know Razi. It's Bill Belichick. He'll be fine I. Think I mean they day drafted Jesu chain average anthony. Jennings I think that'll help a lot of front, but. Y-. To right I know he's a safety, but and I talked about Eighty Daphne brought over Adrian Phillips from the chargers. They added some really key pieces that I think look I i. if there's one area that like, you can't question bill again. It's like defense like you just have to give. It's like all right you are. No one has a better proven track record of that so I mean. I'm not worried either. Duggar. overthink there is a few stories in New England written. After the Duggar not doctored draft. They drafted him. They hadn't children people right like? Yeah. What's Lenoir rhymes? I'd not heard of that before. Being told to watch Kyle Duggar before the draft us. More rhines Ryan's think. Yes so they'll sign Adrian Phillips. Hybrid Guy and I think people pointed out. There is sort of a concerted strategy to add speed and some of these sort of more tween Arash. Player is Joshua J. being another example as a way of combating rpo's, which is something. They struggled a bit with last year. And I wouldn't be surprised if that's true, but I think bill. Belichick just likes having. Chess pieces. Put on his board and move them around, so I don't know I'm not concerned about it I just. I, think the I not too concerned about the losses either I think it'll be fine, but I do think they're going to have to carry that offense. which brings us absolutely our final team Cynthia. The Miami Dolphins. I WanNa Steer? Dancing last year, but I'm not sure any of them irrelevant. Let's start. Let's actually let's start on defense because this is new. England South Yup. I went to college with Brian Flora's one. The yeah, he was a little older than me, but we read BC together, and he is one of if not the like absolute, as far as humans go like I if I could cheer for just humans, I would one million percent be Brian is one of the best humans. I've ever met really human. I think. Look hit us. Buyers clearly love him. He's clearly. Has such a success they're. Implementing culture and I like I like the way this defense is built I again. They're they're back to frontier. Seem like New England. The strength of this team is obviously quarterbacks. They went out and signed by Jones who I think. He's the highest paid quarterback. It was before the. Signing so the title Yeah I think you're right. I think he's just fricken stolid man like yeah, he doesn't have the picks or whatever, but he's like a solid a minus player. He's just going to give you like like. He's a leader. I'll be leader on the defense, but year to year. From a coverage standpoint, he is utterly reliable now. Obviously, you've got. Sabin Howard. And then they actually, their safeties are former corners, right and Eric Rowe by McCain's. That's kind of interesting strategy, but You did that and then you know they went out. They added Van, noy another land Atlanta Roberts also from New England As you start moving towards the front like when I look at this defensive. Front, it looks pretty average to me. It's very clemson knee now because they drafted Christian Wilkins last year. I think it. Offensive Line coach is a former Clemson guy and then. Signed Shock Lawson, coming off of. Career season after a fairly disappointing year in Buffalo, so to your I like. What do you think is the upside for this defense Like how good do you think they can be? So. They have to me. They've taken some swings in drafting that. Make their good. Free Agent Acquisitions. Less. Certain I guess I'll put it that way interesting for example Christian. Wilkins I. Didn't see a lot from him last season. That would suggest living up to that first round pick I do think shack. Lawson adds some. You know they off cam week like they've. They've got some. They had some hold and a veteran coming off. Sure you can expect to have the same season that he had last season of buffalo shirt, but but you can't expect him to be very good. So that one and I don't know what they paid for him. But you know adding shack and adding Byron Jones was are like you said solid a minus you have some good lakes, some good solid foundational pieces, but then you add like Christian. Wilkins I think that's a weird. There wasn't their best kind of draft moment, and then the you know the nickelback that they took in the first round Noah. I'm not gonNA pretend. Agony. I practiced. Didn't mention him when I was talking to secondary I think he'd been Ogoni. Whatever like now that I feel bad that I, don't know you got it got it perfect, but that's a weird. That's a weird first round. Pick like in terms of what was available. You know they I think they did a good job. Obviously, they got their quarterback that they want it. And obviously they got a left tackle that they wanted, but I I feel like they. They're good. Free agent stuff with kind of marred by taking some swings with not too if you want to build around to. I'm all about that I. Am all about that? But like you have some weird picks. I didn't like air flowers. I thought he had some horrible film. And then Austin Jackson was to me a bit more developmental than some of the other linemen, and I've spent a lot of my career studying big men's butts, and he just he he's, he's more developmental I liken, but he has a. A lot of buddy also has a lot of question. Marks so I. Get a little. You know I was a little confused by their overall strategy. Despite the fact that I thought I thought they were doing really well in in free agency, and then they started drafting. What are you doing? Yeah, that's kind of how it will. I A lot of swings. either like a team where. A lot of the draft picks were on. Almost a developmental is not the wrong word, but kind of question marks I think yeah, and so the defense is under Josh, Boyer who spent a decade or so in New England. Maybe more coach DB's there and was their past game coordinator last year, so we'll see what he does with this group. Yeah a lot of question marks again visit defensive finished thirty second in St. They will be better this year with that Solo area in some of those guys mixed in, but and then twenty-seventh in run defense, so there's nowhere to go, but up on the other side of the ball I actually. It's possible but I. Think. This offense looks worse at points because. You yeah okay. So here's what I like A. Second on your plan for found that means worse than the NFL on your plan I down twenty one sacks, which is the second most just for some context on burst down the good teams. If you, if you start only by first down and you look to see, let's put in order of Saxe. Just who gets who allow sax on I, not because this league more than ever, and you know I. Know I heard you talk about this passing. You know I down. Passing is something like. Do it, it's it's shown to be something effective right so the saints by the way they were the best on allowed on I down, they allowed three all season. The Dolphins had twenty one. That's second most like that. That's a huge difference. WHO had you're? Sorry. Do you know had the most off the top of your most I can I can tell you. I'm so curious now. If because I would have wanted to stay home on what I can get that for you I'm sorry I ask you know. But, but but the point is. Is that like you know you're in you? You addressed it with some question marks right, so that's where the strategy becomes very confusing. Because you kind of have the same receivers, you mean you pretty much have the same receiver any kind of sure you add to Jordan. Howard and Matt Brita who Jordan Howard has been hurt a lot. So. Exactly so are you what what do you? I guess my point is is like what do you expect to happen right like? What's the like okay? By the way There are two teams that were tied for first the buccaneers in cardinals, both allowed twenty two sacks on first down he's. Just one more than which is just one more than the dolphins. That on the quarterbacks. Yeah Yeah. That makes a lot of sense, so yeah so. Yeah I couldn't agree. There's there's a lot of uncertainty here. On that offensive line you mentioned Eric Flowers. Who you know obviously played better after they moved him inside because he literally could not have been worse outside. And there's like robber who is Robert Hon Awesome Jack now who like. I got you. Yeah, like like. What can we get him Austin, Jackson? Is He ready to start? I actually. kind of like the wide receivers, not like devante Parker. Obviously, how does huge breakout year right finally? But that's one year. Yup I love pressing Williams. But I thought he was freaking awesome, and came out of nowhere looked like he should have been drafted in the first round, but towards zero Alvarez and not as good Mike. You always heard yet my. Kind of good actually last year. Because then offensive line. I don't know when the right time is to play to a ton of Iowa and I'm not I tend to be the person who's like. Very skeptical of any team that claims are going to redshirt their quarterback, and I think it's usually kind of dumb. Frankly I mean yeah, because usually what happens is about halfway through the season. It really stinks. WHO's it really sucks and It's like your quarterback is Ryan. We know this we've seen this movie before. He's GonNa Walks Hilarious four-game stretch where he's the best quarterback in the NFL then he's going to have four games where he throws like twenty interceptions and is GonNa. Be Calls to put into a and they're going to put him in I. Cynthia I would bet my 401k that that's exactly what's going to happen here. I'm not actually doing that if You have a pension, so I mean. Yeah, but you know I just. End While I if In a perfect world I would look at the schedule and be like. Let's pick the right time to transition. To a into this Chan Gailey offense which I think has some attributes that'll be you know who else had Chan Gailey. Oh. Yes. Don't dolphins fan is don't watch. Don't watch the tape. But do not do not watch that tape, but the offensive line makes me really nervous about playing. Yes, that's exactly and that's what I'm saying with you when you have off, Jackson and. I didn't have a first round reading on him and I had like five guys going in the first round. He was my you know he was one that have a lot of question. Marks based on the type of offense, said he played in the PAC twelve and what he's faced, and can he does he. Does he understand like I? Mean it's Kinda. The same thing for MCI Becton speaking of Sam Darnold MCI. Beck and he didn't have true. There's. There's a lot of play action, and which could be good, but also who knows if he's good against the a against the past you know like I don't know when they're passing, so it's an interesting problem and I see no I. See not a lot of things that inspire a lot of trust, especially considering to as injury. I understand he's healthy. I'm sure he's fine, but he still had that injury. Those injuries plur also. It seems very scary. Risky, okay so. Do! We think there's a chance to finish with a winning record. No. Senio eight. Thousand, there's a chance yet is. Always a chance. There's I don't think it's a very realistic Tan, they think it's far more realistic that you know six or seven at the fans. Adopt Dolphins. Fans by the way like that's fine. Here's what you want out of the season. You want to a healthy. You WanNa glimpse of him being good whatever that entails whether you know some play or A rare glimpse. Whatever that's why you want. You want a few at least one or two year draft picks to flash. Okay, you want to see this offensive line can approach average. You, secondary to look as good as you hope it can like if all of those things happen, then that's a win for you this season. Right like you just want to move in the right. You WanNa, keep moving in the right direction. That's all. Yeah and look it stinks to have to think about it stinks to have to think about like punting on a season right, but if there were a season to like, just get a little bit little bit of more footing, I still think next season, the AFC east will be wide open. It depends on how the bills do obviously, but you know the dominance that the Patriots had in that division for so long is at least in question, so I don't think that the the dolphins like like. It'll be a couple of years her, but I think that if If to it turns out to be who they anticipate him being. Then they can easily. It's just so it baffles me in this wide receiver class that they didn't go out and really get anyone right like that's just odd. You know and and I'm not even necessarily saying in the draft I'm saying between the draft, and then a ton of draft picks between the draft, and also the free agent market, because it was such a saturated wide receiver draft, you could have gotten some of these. These wide receivers that were floating around is free agents at a decent. You you've gotten acquire them for a decent decently low cost so because they're scarcity scarcity. There was a lot of options so that was an interesting strategy to me. It's like this is the one of the richest wide receiver off seasons period and you. Instead did nothing with wide receivers interest where the money go. It's always I always whenever I get some. Money and we know. Byron? Jones and shacklock. I L like check. Like like it's an interesting I. Don't know it's an odd. It's an odd decision because. It does it does add up. All right as always. We're going to end with five questions for our guest for from me. One from Lenny, and now it's signed for dinks and Dunks I'm getting paid for this right Scindia! Question Number One. There's a little bit of Scuttlebutt. Involving your occasional co host Greg Rosenthal. He picked the best and worst NFL twitter fan bases I'm not gonNA. Ask You pick the worst because I know. You don't want that smoke. EVAC that who is the best NFL twitter fan base. So I'm going to have to go ahead and go with the saints I think they're. They're. They're they're interesting like they get a little mad if you don't pick them, but they kind of understand because they know they're good, so so it's it's also. It's a function of the fact that they're. They've been good for a while. They know they've got. They've got a really good team, so they can kind of handle it, but if you go out on a limb I remember last season. I had to do alone wolf in and make me on on, they weren't they? Make you put on a wolf hat? Which is growth and and. Then you have to hell and they were so happy when I. I was only one on the set to pick them, and they couldn't have been nicer. And that carried me through the rest of the season, even though I didn't nick them every time, so there are a lot of fun and I think they do a really good job of like. Sometimes they're poignant. Sometimes, they're funny. Sometimes, they really a job. They do I I'm GonNa go with the saints I'm down with whatever fan base agrees with me is usually totally. Loves the Falcons Ella Falcons. Twitter generally I think they're. They're great because they're kind of miserable in a delightful way like I really respect it and they're still here law that. Great too. I mean I'd like to say the Lions, but because I'm you know lions fan but like? They were all defeated. Okay without actually is a great transition to my second question, because I know you are alliance, Fan and you're from Michigan. There any chance. Matt Stafford is an MVP candidate. NOPE, not because. I think he's really good. I think he's super underrated, but has a bad team. But you're not. You're not high on your squad because they're. They're being talked about, and I haven't done NFC north yet, but. Sneaky hipster. This team could be a lot better this year, pick. K-. Look look at you I love it. I love the jaded jaded fans of the best kind of fans. I love the listen. They've got some of the best colors in the league. And you know like the four field has euros, which is really good food I'm calling it the team now so good the food awesome. Our since this is your area of expertise was the number one thing like holding them back in your mind. The fact that they. Can't figure out that Matthew Stafford is you gotta give him some run support. Yes I understand. They got they have now have presumably two running backs draft against like around. WHO's great but look? They've got to figure out how to optimize for Matthew. Stafford while he's still, he's one of the toughest most resilient quarterbacks, and for whatever reason they see. They cannot keep him upright the Oh line. Always let them down I. I don't know what it is because they're drafting guys. Who are you know pretty good usually and they've got decent receivers. They've got decent titans. They've got decent hopefully. The running backs will help a little bit, but they cannot figure that offense out to save their life, and they keep acquiring patriots leg defects for defense in. It hasn't panned out, or they pick guys who are super injured and it hasn't panned out. Takes them average people put them in there and make it better, collins and Shelton right this year. Yup Yup yeah, it is really yeah. Let's keep doing that. I've seen this game before I. Like seven snaps. Perfectly but still. They are like their relationship to the Patriots, as like the person who, instead of working out, whereas like a t shirt with painted on ads I feel. Okay. I asked every guest this third question. What's quarantine content recommendation something you've enjoyed. So I'm like a Weirdo and I, like I. I'm a big documentary like I like like. You know murder crimes. People do that's really hot right now I know, and then like this was really weird and I like I'm almost embarrassed, but I just recently like a can't stop thinking about the Jeffrey Epstein documentary that I just watched. So messed up. You watched it I have not watched it. No, it's. Always like this is the number one thing in America and I get nervous like I. You watch and you're just like. Like it is appalling, but you've riveting. Like and you're like how I have so many questions I wanted to where he got money. I want to understand what what's the richer relationship with Bill Clinton there so many questions I I commend you to answer them. You don't have to give an answer, but my next question I'm calling audible is. If you think he didn't kill yourself himself say nothing. Okay question five as always coming from any. Lenny saw. But he saw A. TWEET! That you're not down with paying in the shower and never. He just wants to know if you judge him for being in public. Lenny is A. Key wherever their allow them and wherever they want dogs. They don't wear clothes, dogs, they there's. Dobbs are better than humans. Welcome some close, but they don't have to wear clothes. Dogs are better than humans. We don't really deserve dogs. Most of the time they can do whatever the heck they want as far as humans go. Do you clean your shower? I don't care. Like Y. you're getting cleaning there like the we go to the bathroom before you get into the shower, and then you can get optimally clean I. Don't understand why people need to be in this I've never understood this for years I've had asked. Michael, Junior. We've had this discussion I. Think it's Disgusting I. Don't want I can't even believe people I was like baffled that so many people did it I thought it was just like Kinda like boy, being gross, but nope girl Pena shower, too, and I think all of them are discussing. And that is the final words.

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If more comes out that you could support impeachment share. I mean aimed I mean show me something that is a crime if you could show me that. You know trump actually was engaging quid pro quo outside the phone call. All that would be very disturbing. Well what do you do now. You set the standard and now we're meeting the standard. How do you reconcile what you said about the evidence as the evidence comes out? Well you do this. I've written the whole process off. I'm written him off. I think this is a bunch of BS. The the phone call I made up. My mind is is no. It's a cool surprising twist. Just don't ever look at the evidence and then it can hurt you Lindsey. Graham's relationship to Donald Trump has evolved quite a bit over the past few years obviously originally a huge trump opponent. He is very much like a person. Trying trying to not eat a cupcake at work. You know it's it's three o'clock and their cupcakes cakes at work. And he says to himself. No no Lindsey. You don't want one. You want anything to do with it. You made a promise to yourself. You weren't GonNa have any this cupcake. A little hungry stressed little tired a little worried about a primary challenger. You Walk by that cupcake couple times. Maybe a little plastic knife get yourself a little sliver. We'll segment no harm in that. No one's ever look. Go wrong. Sliver of a cupcake eats the sliver keeps finding himself walking by the kitchen. Maybe goes back in it. Takes another science before you know it. You've eaten too drunk cupcakes. Maybe a trump doughnut and once again another day has gone by where you started out thinking. You weren't going to have any trump cupcakes that you were going to be good and you failed yet again. You find yourself on television saying you will not read the evidence of crimes because the crimes are the things you said you would impeach him over. If you've found the evidence all right we've got a great show for you guys Kalpana Year. Emily Heller is here. 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You guys photos of them and now I can't do that anymore. So many of them short amount of time supernanny wild so-cool spent a couple of years so professional. Let's start. Let's start with something. That's I think roiling Los Angeles how how do you feel about the lax plan. No no and I I know. Listen I for those listening outside of Los Angeles. You just need to understand that they surprised us all with a with a with this this. Oh you WanNa take a taxi you wanNA take a little. You WanNa take an uber. Guess what it's a bus ride to the Thunderdome and and once you've reached age the Thunderdome. It's about being big. It's about being strong about being smart so we did this at Laguardia Airport. I think it's still happening. It's terrible there a couple of terminals that are under construction. You have to take a bus to then another satellite place and get your cab or your your Uber or lift. Whatever the the difference is? It's still just bill the fucking subway to the airport. I'm looking at you as if you're solely responsible for for this but like bill fucking subway to the airport. I understand the rich. People don't want it to happen for a number of reasons. Whatever like just make it happen? There should be a magic wand like Obama had and didn't used used for some reason. Yeah he didn't go on. Show us the magic wand guys the thing about when when New York airports though have construction and the cabs are supposed to be at one place. Yeah if you can follow the rules but if you just run into so and you can just you can just kind of make a cab to take contacts. You can just grab one. Everybody looks around. You jump in your on your home L. A. It's a little bit more or less because you're white. I'm not saying not make eye contact. I think making the rule cab drivers are crown. So I'm not saying I'm I'm just saying they look at me and they're like nope you're not gonna tip me at anything. I'm going with the White Dude who's GonNa tip properly piece of advice. My Dad gave me by the way you will not get a cab over white dude. Because we don't tip he was right but yeah it's not great. It's great so it's not Sunesson. Yeah Man it's on Hulu it is. It's on Hulu if you don't have Hulu also streaming on NBC come in the NBC up. Everybody checkout decide reach. Show all going to watch it. We've been loving it. It's it is. We found out recently the most diverse show in the history of television the the most diverse show in the history of television rates and the most diverse writer's room as our understanding. So it's a it's a show about a a bunch of immigrants who I assume you all root for given that you came to say the show. Yeah we we root for immigrants and love it. David Progressive Fun. Warm Hug is what. We're going for patriotic comedy. So hope you like great. She's a comedian and needed right arbor work on berry and her stand up. Comedy special. Ice Thicken hers is available to stream in full on youtube right now. Please welcome back emily. Heller Hi Emily. How are you guys doing when you were a sitting on his lap earlier? It was like the Ventriloquist's dummy you got switched. Oh Shit it that was the gentlest rib of all time. I what else you got then Make me feel bad. This is fun wherever I go. I go so easy on you. That's funny this is my last appearance on the show. Oh man never insult me. Never now cyber five okay stop roller clip and Kaolin. Emily can say okay. It's not at any point to comment view. It's like the morning show but with higher mistakes well earlier today. Done Junior. and Kimberly Kimberly gargoyles wait. Wait what a mess gargle male or is that the guy from the smurfs Gerber. The SMURFS are he-man smurfs. WHO's the cat? And he man Gilgamesh Shadow Cat with all county. They're all cats that's thunder cats. Of course obviously obviously thank you sir. Thank you sir. Yeah he man skeletal. You're obviously I'm a nerdy a gay person born in the eighties. I know about he-man I know a lot about he man. I knew I was gay before I did. Get the fuck out of here. You have no the business being here. Hang out with my pal he-man even though I like Shiro soared more. That is super specific. And I'm telling you there are KAFFA dozen people out there nodding so hard. They're hurting all right anyway. Don Jr. Kimberly kilfoyle or America's Harry and Meghan sat down. What are you doing what are you doing? You don't like it either. Why they sat down to the ladies of the view and things got intense recently? You've been very outspoken. About how Hunter Biden has benefited from Lepres. And you say I wish my name was hunter Biden heighten could make millions off of my father's presidency. Okay stop he wishes. His name was hunter Biden so he could make millions aliens off his father's presidency because he knows that his father is going to go bankrupt again and he's not gonna hit millions of his. Is that what I don't think even done junior knew how hypocritical don Jr. sounded when he said that it's so fun watching that sentence being read to Don Jr. he has this look on his space. Like how dare you read that to me. Don't you know how dumb I am on you. Teich get I'm the son of a rich guy from New York. I understand that my father has done a lot. I've benefited from that. As Hunter Biden has the differences. We did that as a private company when we got into international national politics. The second my foster won the presidency. He said we will not do four and deals going forward. We've done things that we regret. I mean if we're talking about bringing discourse uh joy you've worn black face won't be up. Jesus is this the first time the audience in okay stop and obviously they're not that's a lie right but not doing deals. They're making tons of money. That's not true. Just WanNa make sure I get that in part. I'm not I'm not facebook. We've we don't want to do. We don't do this information mation. I'm sorry and Polanski. It wasn't rape brave when he going. I've seen this with the first time. I'm freaking out. I'm breathing freaking out. It wasn't rape rape are you. What are what is happening? What is happening? I didn't know that happened up there on the view. This morning you you didn't you didn't know that this happened. I didn't know it happened like this. I've seen this game. I was not prepared for this. I like read the quotes. I didn't know how how weird is face. Looked when he was saying this stuff. Look for those at home. I'm just going to describe it. So Kimberly Guilfoil shows this who he apparently met at A. Melania trump look alike contest the the thing about Donald Trump is the fact that he is such a kind of embodiment of. I don't mean evil in the sense of like he's got who's like evil has like we're all fallen and each of us has darkness within us and he is a kind of a manifestation of all the different ways a person can be broken and the fact that he's like that and the people in his live can't help but reveal their own business. All the time like Kimberly Guilfoil is the same same age as Melania. What what Yep there is something interesting being worked out on the view before is? But what's happening with Kim here to me. Is someone having a just a genuine reflection about a calculation she made aide and now realizing that the expected value of Don Jr. is not equaling what she thought it was you know. Don Jr. equals money plus fame plus I don't know she's a woman looking up her beanie babies ABC's on Ebay and facing the truth. They are not appreciating. The way she anticipated is a painted on my God. I'm freaking out. Don Jr. Subpoenaed Baby John beanie baby. Nobody wants the baby after the crash and the little poem on his Dad rhymes rape with rape. It's just not a good so let's bring this up. The question came up with black face lifts. She was ninety. I got to pretend that in Dubai visa black face. The question came up. Wire meet where we fucking normalizing these people I have now. I lose sympathy for these folks like why. Why do you have on the show to begin with? Why have them on the show? It's the same. Could be said about talking about the clip. Yeah I don't know it seems like I didn't mean it that way but really why you'd like. What if they feel so strongly have them on the show and what happened? Did it start out this hot or do this. I haven't seen this hour. It started out who they were like. They were like welcome to the view and he was like joy. Behar wore black face. How listen being black? I recognize black based this. I can the same when you're talking about your father's taking more heat than anybody that it's not solve instead went. Yes the president. He's getting pregnant at five. Took a lot more that your father has taken at his hands. I'm an okay stop. She is ringing the bell at the Hotel California and realizing thinks he's not allowed to check out. What isn't that bell there for? Who gave Whoopi a bell? How along that whole thing the view for the whole hour they did four or five hours and then they cut it down to that and that's okay so we come back? We're going to play a game about the Iowa. Jj goanywhere the love it or leave it is more on the way. Love it or leave it is brought to you by the New Yorker. It's the best writing in America today. Backsliding there in the copy. 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Gyms all smell the same across Iowa to help decide the candidate for whom we will have to get over our social anxiety and and knock on doors gear yourselves up. Now you're going to have to talk to strangers and not just any strangers strangers in Arizona over the weekend. The candidates descended on Iowa for the Liberty and justice celebration. It's a big event. Every candidate has the opportunity to deliver their message and demonstrate their organizing zing prowess so we wanted to see just how good of a job. They did a differentiating themselves in a game. We're calling political speechwriting easy. Anyone can do it. Would anyone out there to play the game. Hi what's your name. Kyle Carla did you watch the Iowa. Jj speeches some of that liberty the injustice interested in now calling it. We're not calling Jefferson Jackson because we all know why I'm GonNa read a quote from the dinner and then cow. Bill and emily are going to try to convince you who set it all right. They're just gonNA offer tips advice. You know they don't know they're in the same boat as you here to help and you're going to have to tell us who gave the speech. Are you ready Carla. Yeah where are you from Carla New Jersey. Where in Jersey? See Clifton. Sorry it's an infamously being from New Jersey it's true supersedes all else. All Right Carla. I quote the first time I came to. This state was volunteered. And knock on doors for presidential candidate a young man with a funny name Pete. Yeah I think it's I think it's yeah I'm GonNa go with that to you got it. Yeah he's always vamping about how young he is. It's very bold to walk out on stage and be like you know who I remind me of Obama so intense next quote I can see Iowa from my porch Amy Klobuchar. Yeah the people who appear on the stage all pointing towards February third twenty twenty because that's caucus day but for me the big Iowa Day December nineteenth two thousand nineteen because my aunt betsy going to turn one hundred in Iowa City and she told me I have to be there which candidate has an aunt. Betsy not comal okay. That's all I think I have to say about that. One okay warrant notes. It's Tom Style Tom. We know what Warren's aunt's name is it's g one aunt though start acting like the next look folks. I learned something early on from my family and my mom and dad they said nobody is better than you but everybody is your equal folks. Think about it. There's a folks in their bided. You got it next quote. I want to tell you a story about a toaster. When I was a young mom? A toaster could set your house on fire. Really you could put in the bread. Hear the baby cry. Leave the grooming comeback in your toes to be literally inflames Sometimes Along With the Kitchen curtains and the kitchen cabinets as well terrifying story of a home. Home Inflames. Hillary Clinton back wasn't sure if I was allowed to make that joke. Geez guys. ooh You're right. It's tough some. Listen as I've learned over time in front of you. Hillary jokes okay. Let's make sure we're all feeling safe and warm and recognizing that everything is hard and we're still feeling a little bit brittle would he got. Karla was that one warren earned. That was Warren next quotes Carleen. So good you know how many Californians each of you is worth one thousand Californians each when I look around this arena tonight I do not see fourteen thousand islands. I see fourteen million Californians. I seven Evan. I'll give you a hint. There's math in their next quote. I'm not much of a celebrity ironic because very hard to get. Oh a lady is it. Can I ask. Let's go. Yes or no question sure. Is it one of the people whose names I don't know it might be okay. I'll start thrown out some hints the people who have to Google if they dropped out would you have to google a member of the US. Senate maybe Nice Harlow. I definitely have to Google that we're going to build a blue wall around Iowa and all the states that Donald Trump won in two thousand sixteen. We're going to build that Blue Wall and make Donald trump pay for it amy klobuchar less clue Carla. My first move was not to run for president of the United States. Because I'm not Insane Cory Booker. No one was Andrew Young but but Karla you've won the game right back take cocoa anywhere. There's more of love leave it coming up. Love it or leave it is brought to you by borough okay. That whole summer outdoors thing was nice and all but fall. TV is here. And I know I'm not the only one who's about to get cozy with my remote control. Please share with upcoming shows your most excited. Let's hear it let's hear it. 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Thank you for inviting me so the last time you're on the show you were here to discuss the report. Around that time you submitted a foia request I and you've since received some of the subpoenas search warrants emails memos injury transcripts that led to the report. Can you tell us some of the more revelatory findings things. Yes so. These are the documents that Muller used to write the report and these are essentially interview summaries the ones that we received saved over the weekend with Steve Man Rick Gates and Michael Cohen. And this information that I pulled these are sort of the greatest hits. None of this made it into the report. None of this was this into the report so none of this is and why in the report this this is yeah. That's that's what I was. I was actually saying as I read this. I was like Holy Shit they have. Could this not be in the report. So this is an email from donald trump. Junior to Steve Bannon Jared Kushner and a bunch of other names that are redacted here on the subject line is wikileaks. It's September twenty two thousand sixteen guys. I got a weird twitter. Damn from wikileaks see below. I tried the password and it works and the about section they reference contains the next pick in terms of who is behind it. Not sure if this is anything but it seems like it's really wikileaks. Asking me as I follow them and it is a DM do you know the people mentioned. And what the conspiracy they are looking for. What first of all what that means if you direct message Donald Trump junior and you send animal link and a password? He will just type type it in. These are just screen shots. But it's a fully built out page claiming to be a pack Please let me know your thoughts and we want to look into it and in August two thousand sixteen if you remember. Paul Manafort with fire Well it turns out third. Paul Manafort was still advising the campaign in secret and we found that that again wasn't in the report but we found that out through the summaries is that were received over the weekend and this is an email three days before election day on November fifth. Two Thousand Sixteen. He's sending this email to jared Kushner. And he says jared jared not certain if offline but I'm sending for when you are online again really feeling good about our prospects on Tuesday and focusing on preserving the victory. This Komo deals with the concern. I sent this to rent and briefed Rick Gates and Hannity so healing to the core uh jared then forwards this email to Steve Bannon and says what do you think Steve Bannon says we need to avoid this. This guy like the play but he goes on to say they're going to try and say the Russians worked with wikileaks just to give this victory to us. Paul is a nice guy but can't let word get out he is advising us that was not in Muller's reports. Ah Come on Bob Komi fucking Robert Muller sitting in a tree being us you know if you follow go on so so this is the most explosive explosive breaking revelation. I love this I spent. I've been spending the past week reading all of this and so this is an explosive revelation because this deals directly with impeachment. Yeah and this is from Rick. Gates's what they call an FBI three. Oh two right. That's the interview summary. That's how the FBI refers to it and the Dawn. And this is an April two thousand eighteen gates recalled. That manafort said the hack the the hack of the DNC was likely carried out by the Ukrainians not the Russians which parodied a narrative. Constantine clinic which is a close manafort associate associate often supported. So why this is important is because this is exactly what trump had discussed on the phone call with the presence Lewinsky so and this is the first time we are learning now that this this seed was planted in July of two thousand sixteen So this is when he was this went manafort told trump about this told the campaign about this and that the campaign then believe that Ukraine it was behind it so we really don't know when this idea took hold that in trump's mind anyway that I wasn't Russia it was Ukraine and it wasn't about helping him win. Dan was about undermining his victory. Do we know whether or not it was literally a Paul Manafort idea planted in trump's mind. We know where this came from from from these documents. Do I mean that. This is the earliest known evidence that that's there. And Constantine Clinic is named popped up quite a bit uh he ties to Russian intelligence and it was a close manafort associate so he had been saying this he passed it to Manafort. Manafort then passed it to the campaign including trump and this is something that they parachuted as early as July. Two Thousand Sixteen which. We didn't know that so when he gets on the phone with presents Lewinsky and says hey can. Can you investigate this as well. We know that that was something that just continued throughout the past three years even after. US intelligence had concluded noted that the Russians were behind it so they never ever believed it. It's a challenge because when it comes to these kinds of revelations I think there's two political worries I think that our subconsciously consciously on the minds of those who are following Ukraine's right now one is. We went through the Miller report and as damning as it was. If we're we're looking at what happened. Bar successfully spun it for a while the report came. The Republicans rallied to his defense. And we kind of moved on the second part of that is the fact that that report had the two big sections one was obstruction and one was Russia. And he the report's conclusions in terms of the potential criminality were entirely early focused on obstruction. So I find myself thinking two things. One is incredibly important and damning. Some of these things weren't in the Miller report And to do it makes them want to get out my red string and make a little connection from the current investigation to what was happening Russia. Because what's clear from this is the reason. Donald trump trump was stuck on. This was in part because of Paul Manafort because some of the connections to Russia during the campaign and yet this Ukraine story. We don't need the Russia booster the rockets. You know or whatever I sometimes you'll go on analogy journey and you end up nowhere but the the it'll happen but no no but we don't Wanna add Russia to this. We feel like we've got this incredibly powerful story. What is the lesson from what you've found here to what's happening right now? With the Ukraine investigation allegation. There is a lot we still don't know and the reason that I went after these documents is because that Mullah report was Robert Muller's narrative right these Are If you will. This is like raw intel. This is word for word at least in some reform what these people are saying. This helps flesh out the narrative this has helped further expose. What exactly was happening? What was taking place behind the scenes that we really didn't know about You know the Muller reports only four hundred and forty eight pages. I know. That's a lot but for historic investigation. Like that I mean you know they. They could obviously a fit a lot more and so the other thing. That's really important here is is that there is a apparently criminal investigation a criminal investigation into the genesis of the Russia investigation. And they're going after everyone. Apparently that started that. This is the world your with a magnifying glass and going for Prince in in in Italy personal. Personally you know a lobbying other governments to to look into this so this these documents actually could help further. Explain why this investigation was started. And what I just read to you arguably would make sense that there would be a counterintelligence investigation investigation launched into what was taking place in two thousand sixteen. You know if I want to read one more thing here and that is is the fact that trump apparently this is again from Rick Interview. They were traveling they were leaving. Lax they were together and trump told gates. That more leaks were coming and that's in gates's interview summary With the FBI and that was in the Miller report that was not in the mold report that that that trump somehow knew that. There's another part in here where the RNC apparently had advanced knowledge of what was going to be leaked. So all of this sort of you when you start to look at it you can understand what was happening. Why the F. B. I. Perhaps became concerned what they were looking into because there it was a hostile government obviously getting involved in the In the two thousand sixteen election and you can see parallels right pitching the Nabet now with the power of the US government kind of trying to get the exact same playing the same playbook right. Let's get damaging information and this time from Ukraine to go after our political opponents so that we can use it but now how cool is this. I'm President I have all this leverage and I can use it to basically try to get the same kind of investigatory anti-democrats stories in the bloodstream. I think the great thing about this is the fact that so there's about forty six thousand pages that the FBI has of these interviews and we are going to receive them every month for the next eight years. Oh and so forget the next seven years both going to be a real right up until the elections can be a real a real Downer for vonk inauguration but this this is actually a funny part that there's also some great color in these interviews summaries. I'm just going off here. He's but in Bannon's three zero two which is very colorful by by the way he discusses when he first met trump he says he first met trump in August of two thousand ten. The first meeting was approximately two hours. Long David Bossie was present and Said said that trump was thinking of running for President in two thousand twelve. Bannon say for what country. Aw Alright Jason Leopold thank you so much for being here fascinating we come back durant will. We'll go anywhere. Love it or leave it. There's more on the way lover leave. It is brought to you by the cash APP as you know. Cash is the simplest way to send and save money and now it's the the simplest way to try to grow your money introducing cash investing here. 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Double Doublet. Download cache APP from the APP store or Google play store today and used crooked. And we're back back no. It's time for the rent wheel. You know how it works. You spin the wheel wherever it lands. We rent amount the topic this week on the wheel. We have daylight saving time time. Wonder if it'll end there one year until the election Martin Scorsese's op Ed About Cinema uh-huh Don Juniors Book Kiana Reeves has a girlfriend James Dean fake the TI controversy and gluten. What's been the wheel landed on the TI controversy which I put up there as the TI controversy? Because because I know only one other word about it and every time I got close to finding out the rest of the details it felt like opening a box of screams is this is your suggestion. Take it away. This was my suggestion. Ti who is the rapper. Another calculator went on some radio show or podcast and said that he takes his daughter who's now eighteen every year to the gynecologists the day after her birthday to check to see that her. I'm so sorry I have to to say this that her hymen is still intact which is just so vile and upsetting for a number of reasons. Obviously it's a violation. It's abusive it's disgusting. It's not an accurate good way of telling whether or not someone is sexually active. Because I can tell you I was a virgin until I was like nineteen technically I was masturbating so much that there is no way there was a hymen left. and Ah I will also say just because I didn't have vaginal intercourse until I was nineteen doesn't mean I didn't blow my boyfriend. Brendan The library at my high school. which I don't think it would be cool with but the doctor can't fuck and check for that but guess what I went back and I spoke at my high school's graduation last year because none of that shit matters? I didn't tell that story when I did it. Obviously Virginia they all do it now. Face no it now who and my parents too but they're cooler than ti so There's so much to UNWRAP here. Uh You shouldn't obviously treat your children like their mint. Condition Action figures that can't be taken out the packaging. That's not how people work you also if you are a doctor you should not give that that information to the parents. I don't care if the kids signed a piece of paper saying it was okay. That's not medicine that's not. You should not be a practicing doctor so I just want to extend an offer out there like whoever the spoken doctor is. Who's doing this is obviously not a legit person? But if you are a person whose parents are being psycho with you and mm demanding that a quote unquote doctor confirms that you're not having sex. I Will Photoshop some letterhead and you can just send me an email and I will tell them you're a virgin because that is as legitimate of medicine as whatever that's fucking doctor was doing it again. It has landed on gluten else. Talk about good so I have food allergies. I'm allergic to tree. Nuts like almonds cashews pecans etc and oftentimes go ahead. Go ahead I say PECANS DANCE PECANS. Well Continue I'm from New Jersey. We say put comes we. We don't say that they say Pecans. But AH I eat them and I go to the hospital throat closes up My face blows up what dinner sometimes with people and I say the way. I have a food allergy. Jim Allergic to tree nuts. Somebody at table will go. Yeah me too. I can't have gluten Mike. No you've chosen this fake diet of not having gluten which gives as you. What happens when you'd only gluten? I get a stomach ache. Oh my God that's so terrible. Irrelevantly nuts I go to the hospital because I can't breathe because my throat closes up. It's not the fucking same thing so don't pretend it's the same thing it's fake allergy giving yourself state so stop it right now that I prefer preferred not to have gluten. Say It's a preference. I prefer not to have glued be honest with the way unless you're one of the very very very very small percent of people who medically exception important but most people most people are not that. I feel very strongly about this because because everybody knows the gluten things bullshit. The chefs are less less. Likely to take your allergy seriously and I just want to die. That's all had to say yes. That's my rant. Don't pretend you have a food allergy when you just have. Food Preference Preferences are valid but don't conflict the too don't get me started on the CILANTRO throw people. What's been it again? It is landed on daylight savings time. And what a surprise that is more will he say has it actually landed on daylight savings time or are we supposed to go back one little. Aw daylight saving humor to kick us off very exciting. It's happened. We fell back. We got one one extra hour of sleep and now the sun sets at four fucking thirty as you all know. Do the strange twists and turns of life. I've asked many presidential candidates about this issue. I believe now eight of about ending the scourge of falling back and springing forward. It began as a bit of a Lark but now it's time we get serious. Switching time is bad bad. A study found a ten percent increase in the risk of heart attack on the Monday and Tuesday. After moving the clocks ahead other research suggests the increase in heart attack attack. Risk could be as high as twenty four percent spring forward to your sudden and painful death. A Twenty Twenty six study in the Journal of epidemiology founded increase in depressive episodes in the fall fall back into a well of sadness so the switch can be harmful but whether to stay on daylight saving time or standard time is actually actually a little bit complicated and we're gonNA introduce some nuance everybody. Ready Buckle up Newark's I actually depends on where you live if if you live in Boston on the eastern edge of the time zone the sun rises and sets almost an hour earlier than if you live in Detroit On the western edge of the time zone so look it out different things depending on where you are in the time zone and I wanNA thank my twitter pals or as I call them the Gay Gay Hive Jonathan Spring and Paul Bailey. Who crunch some numbers? After I was tweeting about this obsessively let's go to the first chart art for those listening at home in this audio medium. There is a chart that I will put on the top of my twitter. Feed that shows you something. And here's what basically shows you if you live on the eastern edge of a time zone. You're Boston's your Chicago's your LAS. Vegas is your Las Vegas the sunsets much earlier than if you were to say live in Detroit or in Miami or in some of the Southern States in Dallas according according to the Washington Post researchers found that people who live on the western side of their time zone where eleven percent more likely to be overweight twenty one percent more likely to be obese as they had a nineteen percent increase risk of heart attack. They were more likely to have diabetes. There were also five percent more likely to get breast cancer and it may be because they're nine. AM feels too early. Their sleep deprived. It's wild at the time zone where you live in your time zone. He's such a dramatic effect on your quality of life in the interesting. I didn't know that. What are you not fascinated delighted by this terrifying information about the importance of geography into every facet of your being? So because I am an honest broker respected on all sides any solution to the daylight saving conundrum room has to reflect the fact that being on the western side of any time zone is like having daylight saving time all the time anyway in a way Detroit is is always living an hour ahead. TIME-WISE GETS fucked up. You know if you really start breaking down down starts to screw with your mind. What is time then Boston? In the summer nine fifteen sunset set in Detroit is pretty late and it's hard to sleep and if you kept daylight saving in Detroit all year in the winter eight. Fifteen sunrise is brutal. I'm being honest. I'm introducing integrity into this debate where I've come to discover that some places might be better off on Standard Time I've listened and I've grown the energy data is also conflicting. There's always TACO IT saves energy. It's really unclear. So it may save you on electricite because your lights are on at night eight but it may cost you energy because you heat your house in the morning and you use more. I see and by the way everybody's driving around to fund evening activities during daylight saving. You knew loves daylight savings time golf courses and big barbecue. That's real the barbecue industry is making Bank of this time switching switching. Follow the money Kuno right now. According to the uniform time act of nineteen sixty six states can choose news to either stand standard time year round. which a few states like Arizona Hawaii Indiana until recently have opted to do or you can participate in daylight saving time and spring spring ahead and fall back with everybody else? There's only two options. Here's what I've come to conclude. There should be a third option. There should be option the options we have. Let's call it the Switcheroo Haroo and standard time. But there should be an option for states especially states in the eastern part of the time zone to be on daylight saving meantime all year round. Sometimes states rights is not racist. It's one this time it's not. It's not that it's a good states right. If Florida wants to stay on daylight saving time year round those old weird bastards should be left to do ahead they should be allowed and if Massachusetts is sick of four. PM sunsets they should be able to keep daylight saving time when they're guzzling Maple Syrup and cheating the football in the light in the sunlight same goes for all of us who live on the eastern edge out here. You're Nevada's your California's if we WANNA say daylight. Saving time is eight. Congress should let us the only other option is to just get rid of time zones

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When Political Economy Mugged Us

Trumpcast

12:24 min | 8 months ago

When Political Economy Mugged Us

"Hate trump cast listeners. What you're about to hear is a teaser for today's show. That's right. We've made one out of every four trump cast episodes exclusive to slate plus subscribers to hear this and all episodes ad free sign up for slate plus it's only thirty five dollars for the first year you can manage it go to slate dot com slash trump cast plus that slate dot com slash trump cast plus and thanks very much for listening. Hello and welcome to trump cast I'm Virginia Heffernan I am increasingly obsessed with this photograph of Kimberly Guilfoil. Of course, you all know her as the concert, the president's eldest son Don Jr. very proper normal person who left his wife and five children and twenty eighteen and came out as Gil foils escort around the same time. But the photo of Guilfoil I'm obsessed with is not. From two thousand eighteen or even two, thousand twenty and definitely not from Monday night at the Republican National Convention where she shouted to the heavens like media about something apocalyptic and terrifying and worthy of extreme volume I'm sure. But something I didn't get the content of 'cause I watched with the sound off and only the parodies anyway quickly turned to this other photo from way back. In two, thousand four, it's part of a glossy expensively shot spread in Harper's bazaar of what the magazine called at the time. The new Kennedy's camelot there she is the new Jackie, Kennedy Kimberly Guilfoil. Herself looking just like she does today if slightly more Mammalian, she's lying on what looks like a very scratchy but opulent debris. Surrounded by antique chairs I can't identify but let's just say Luik. And, the room is entirely trump. Ask The through the window you curiously see not Manhattan not. DC. But San Francisco Bay and there's Don Jr. who's holding kilfoyle in his arms while they're both on this scratchy multimillion dollar Tabriz rug looking slightly weird. Actually the more I look at Don Jr.. Yeah. Okay. He's clean shaven doesn't have the beard of now, but he's got the same haircut. Maybe his hair is lighter and then here I am zeroing in on his face and it is not done junior at all. If the new Jackie two thousand and four is the beautiful Kimberly Guilfoil in a shoulder black dress on that scratchy rug the new Jack Kennedy of two thousand four was Gavin Newsom Democrat then the mayor of San Francisco and married to Ms. Gill File. Now he's the Governor Gavin. NEWSOM and you know this is the governor of California the Bluest of blue. States. While his now ex wife camelot it couldn't last is stepping out with Don. Jr. In the reddest red events at the Republican National Convention and yet what hasn't changed in two decades is that the ruling class still makes porn he loved to each other on an getty's scratchy breeze rug in their Louis Tours, penthouses, and Kimberly Guilfoil is apparently always at their side. So that was around four hundred words, I just gave you on this photo and it's worth at least a thousand. So get into Google and find this new some guilfoil photograph and I'll leave the last six hundred words to you the produced, what in hey though I ask you has changed since two thousand four. If a Democrat Newsom, a trump bite don Jr. can pose in the same hideous style room with the same woman and the same raining conceit of Glamour. And how can we change give the bow talks arrest stopping being preserved an amber so that this photo comes to represent finally an obsolete set of aspirations as obsolete as an image of Marie Antoinette or one of those fat cats of the nineteenth century in waistcoats. This in many ways is the topic of my conversation with Kurt Andersen. Today Kurt is the host of the late great studio, three, Sixty and author of big ZILLION books most recently fantasy land how America went haywire and evil geniuses the unmaking of America, that's the recent book, and it is currently a New York Times bestseller I'm going to ask him about everything including that hideous photograph Kurt. Welcome to trump cast. Happy to be back. I am so glad you're here and I admit I had to read this book quickly, but it was. Easy to bolt down because you don't really want to look away it shipwreck that you're describing, but it's familiar and descriptions make it new again, and that is the fate of America over the past I'm going to say I think do it about forty years well, I do a quick American history for a couple of centuries in a couple of chapters but really the the focus begins where we you know screenplay, we would say seventy exterior. One. Thousand Nine hundred seventy two two thousand is the meat of it but I go on to the present day and and talk about what I always thought was the thing that just happened which is to say how unequal insecure and and bad art system got for most of its people but then I realized no, it was a lot more like a strategic class war than I ever realized. Partly because I was doing fine not being on the side of the people finding the class war, but certainly benefiting from the class war. Yeah. So this book evil genius is a kind of companion or an answer to or works in concert with your last book fantasy land. So give us the fantasy land thesis and then tell us how roles into thesis of the New Book I shall do that. Fantasyland was I mean both of them began with thoughts I began having around the turn of century like, wow. How did America get this way? Earned, and then how did America get this which the fantasy land what happened was how did we become? So a crazily religious as opposed to simply religious as a country and so unlike the rest of the rich world in that. And and more generally how did this I can believe anything I want super subjectivity get so out of control and I just finished when I started saying okay I'm going to do this. I'm going to try to do a book about this I just finished a novel much of which was set in the late sixties and I thought Oh maybe I, think it's a lot of the start in the late sixties. Do think in which I wrote about, but then I realized. No, it's it's a lot bigger and older and longer standing than that. This American I will invent myself I will invent a country. I will think anything I wish despite what the elite thanks obviously goes back a lot longer. So it's the end America invented modern entertainment, and so the kind of falsehoods fictions of entertainment jibed nicely with Americans natural predisposition to believe falsehoods and delusions if they were entertaining enough. So that's what Fantasyland is about how how that piece of our national character, which was a kind of chronic condition became an acute illness in went out of control over the last forty or fifty years. But then as I finished it as I was doing all that research and then as I was talking about it to people realizing well, that's just really half the story of how we got so fucked. That, the other half of the story is this very. not this kind of ambient irrationalism but this very deliberate effort by these vary rational people. Marching after Milton Friedman and economic libertarianism changed the whole political economy and how people thought about the market and and what was important than the prophets were all that were important and changed enough Americans minds about that thing that changed the system and made us yet again unlike any other rich country and how unfairly we we treat seventy five percent of our. Fellow citizens in economic terms. So that's how they do they. Are you know companion volumes really about about how we went from a country that scene child when I was young fairly equal and was fairly contented and boats rising together and yes people religious but they didn't try to bring it into the public sphere all the time to this mess were now. And you also these are central questions for trump cast that have been you know is. Trump and trumpism crazy or crazy like a Fox, and it's always been a question for the show and fantasy land has sort of the crazy part or it's like profusion of superstitions and supernatural. Cunanan, kind of stuff, and then this book is. Fun To write that these are less. Amusing people at least the characters thought populate the book that that are, as you say, actually, highly rational and doing something that was difficult to detect that kind of surgical operations in the eighties and nineties toward what we were. told frighteningly was deregulation and as a as a kid in the eighties I just couldn't be very afraid of deregulation. Exactly. You know when my mother told me breaking up, you know the big bell. At and T. was the worst thing that ever happened I you know I couldn't quite keep my eyes open. We have the Russians to fight and you were aboard child by all this tedium and I was aboard young man with all this change. It was death by a thousand cuts. There's this big idea of Oh. Let's make America like it used to be like a small town like Bedford falls right Ron Reagan will lead us there and then. Not. Enough People Let's stipulate I didn't vote. For Reagan, I always voted for Democrats I was a liberal, but we didn't quite look at the fine print of how this was going to be done nor oh yes. Of course, reaganism was all about gigantic unprecedented tax cuts for the rich and big business right away. So that was a big thing, but it didn't end social security and Medicare or or or stop environmental protection regulations it so it wasn't like. It's not what it's not so bad, right. But what they did in so many ways that I was unaware of like as you were with the regulation. They they did so many things that I really didn't even went back to this research. I hadn't realized that it was this this war on many many many theaters of war and many fronts and and special ops and in. So many ways of changing laws and regulations and codes and norms. We talk about norm so much these days and being broken but but my gosh in a generation and certainly in. Two they just they transformed this economy and didn't end the new deal. We still have a minimum wage law just minimum wages are not half what they were. We still have social security, but they just doesn't rise as much as it used to. So they didn't end the new deal, but they ended the kind of American consensus that the new deal and a kind of social democracy was a good thing. High again, Virginia here. So sorry to interrupt but that's the end of our slate plus teaser, but you can't stop listening. 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Regular Season Superbowl

PTI

21:52 min | 2 years ago

Regular Season Superbowl

"Partly interrupt him. But Mike wilbon it's on last show before thanksgiving. Tony, what do you think? I'm Tony Kornheiser three things family, friends and ESPN president Jimmy Petar. All okay. What what that that little suck up? Move is not going to help. I think it will. It's not going to know. I think it will. It's only two thirty in the west. Now, he's probably taking a lunch right now with the big producer or directly. I heard lives in the east. Now he actually lives in these vetoed. I think he watches the show we told you I think he's gonna love LA. I think he's gonna love. I'm happy. Welcome to the PTI, thanksgiving, feast, boys and girls, let's look we have food and stuff. Wisdom during this tiger and Phil wow. On us for five into and we will present our turkeys of the year. What is that as frightening? That's very frightening. But we begin today with the highest scoring game of the year and the highest rated Monday night game in five years. The Rams mesmerizing shootout win over the chiefs last night fifty four to fifty one. It's the first time in the history of the NFL the team scored fifty and lost. It was an aerial extravaganza. Jared Goff four hundred thirteen yards and four touchdowns passing. Patrick Mahomes had four hundred seventy eight yards and six touchdowns passing. But he had three picks in two fumbles and afterwards Mahomes blamed himself for the loss. We'll does he deserve the blame. No. But before we get to that. You know, you went through mesmerizing captivating. Riveting they'll mesmerizing all right. It's a bunch of throwing high school ball sits guys flinging seven on the way, they frisbee on the beach. That's fine. That's fine. I understand most people like it. I'm gonna tell you what I felt about it. It was highly entertained. Yeah. But it wasn't compelling because there's only one side of the game being played and people say, well, then we're defensive plays. Well, not many of one hundred four points, restoring facts. Five fact the defense accounted for three full touchdowns. In fact, the best play of the game. First of all the best player on the field was probably Aaron Donald who's a defensive player. The best play of the game was number fifty. I'm going to get his name wrong. He Bukom from the Rams who hit Mahomes on the past that created the elastic conception. It was what you had what you had was an unbelievable show of offense. Yeah. But what you can't say is that you were legislated against defense because the man was one hundred and five points. That's the only argument on the case closed. That's the new way we play, you know, what might not. There's no love. Well, there's a new way we play in the NBA. It is go get threes. It's down three every sport. People like home runs launch angle. It's every sway. Get it. Ratings are up in the NFL this year because every week there are walk-off something better. Let me go this. This one was good. It was good this one. It was not good. It was great at a high problem is we are likely to get every team is going to go out now and try to copy they ran I know then, but they'll try the NBA does they can't copy with Golden State does what they try. Let me go to what do you want to look at this game down the road last night? While I am I'm trying to figure out how many defensive teams are the legit defensive units in the NFL that could stop one of those groups or slow them up. Right. A playoff game. I come up with Rams ravens titans, Houston and most importantly Steelers bears. Say ravens are the only team Sony that six teams that's not very much. What we are looking at now is an elite four teams we're looking at. Kansas City whose only two losses are at New England. And that the Rams by three points. Yeah. We're looking at the saints who appear to be the best team out of the the because they beat the Rams and we'll look into England because we're always looking at New England all of these teams that you mentioned have a have a chance, but they are not as good as I'm talking specifically defense's that can challenge in any given week those office. Don't you want to see that? Let me ask you this though, everybody with any of those teams that you like win two games in a row and saw fence like this. I don't know about the not going to get to in a row office. At teams are going to be the one team they get after a win. And you're going to have to win to you're gonna have to be two offenses. Let's go from the sublime to the ridiculous you Washington. This other not mine. No, no, no have responded to John wall's f you to coach Scott Brooks by finding their all-star point guard at undisclosed them out. But that's just part of the problem is, you know, the wizards who in good times encounter almost every speed bump anyway are in full on dysfunction. Now, according to multiple reports and Ernie Grunfeld is in the midst of a dust storm, which would appear to demand at least one big trade, so many if you were running the franchise, how would you attack this crisis there? No team. They're they're five and eleven they have John wall and Bradley Beal individual asset, and it doesn't that's I have talked to you about this for years, and you know, about John wall. John wall has consistently complained consistently for years. I don't get any national recognition. I don't have a big seeker contract this year. He is complaining almost every night about I go to the basket. I don't get foul calls. Mike, that's the mindset of an individual player. It's not the mindset of a team leader about that. What they have is. They have either leave one tradable asset, Bradley Beal at the moment because John wolves contract is unbelievable in the last year last used gonna make forty-seven millions. I said who's going to pick it up seven million. I don't know. But I wonder this if I'm running a team, and I I got to blow it up. Look the wizards. Once traded Ernie Grunfeld traded the most untradable contract in the history of the game at the time, Gilbert or sets, right? Hey, we do you have to take that to it. He did it. He took some pieces, and they weren't even worse. And this is sad to me because John wall is a talented basketball at all important position to point guard, and Bradley Beal is talented at what we do best in the league. Now, she just mentioned shoot three he can stroke people want, Bradley Beal. I don't know where they could go Tony. For yet. We it's also been written for years. They don't even like each other. I think they got past that, and it still doesn't work. No, no, no. I don't I think you have to we you think you can trae John wall. And you will do it you enroll the Dyson trae, John, I think that if you're going to blow this up, maybe you don't have to if your mindset is that if you traded John, and I'm not sure that's going to be a solution. Tony, I John wall. You could get more in return at least in theory. Although at least one of those contracts going to be big and awful, you're gonna have to get something else. And maybe you can keep your other assets. Otto porter Bradley Beal, there are mentioned the white Howard there. I mentioned quite how to place once in a while because his can hurts most of the time. What do you think what do you do with the coach? What do you do on the hope for a lot of money seven million dollars a year as a five year deal with five year deal? What do you do? They are. Would you agree? Probably the most disappointing to. Yes, you go through. He could like a lot of individual pieces. I like Scott Brooks at a team. But this. Hey, work in Donna team. Does not work. The first law on the hot stove league. Fire was lit yesterday. Is the Yankees traded for James Paxton, the big left handed starting pitcher of Seattle. He is Canadian. He's known as the big maple. And he went eleven and six last year with a three seven six which is good in the American League. He will fit quite nicely between Severino Tanaka. We'll on the Yankees now better than the Red Sox. No, first of all you have to base should the big maple is not in the big unit meaning the hospital. Right. I mean, he is on the disabled list six times in the last five seasons. Tony a lot. Several chips have been like half the season three and a half months. One time four months another time. I I understand why the Yankees would do this starting pitching is what they were thin at they needed to go and beef that up in the process, you know, I mean, a guy gets is sort of forgotten the Sheffield who also has a lot of talent. And I think is only twenty two years old. But I don't this does not in any way to me as close as they were with one hundred games one. Finish eight games behind the Red Sox. I don't think this allow because we just looked at the top teams in the NFL the top three teams in baseball the Red Sox. They one hundred eight the Astros they one hundred and three in the Yankees. They won one hundred the Yankees just got better. Did they get better than the Red Sox? No. The Red Sox went through the playoffs against the Yankees. The astros. The dodgers they lost one game in each round. They were eleven three against the best teams that were out there. And they answered every question about their starting pitching because Chris sale David price were very very little. So and they've got hitting. So are the Yankees better might they be as good they might be. But they are not better than the Red Sox. The first thing you have to answer about big maple is his health. And I'm sure that entire Brian Cashman brain trust is sitting around thinking about what to do to intimidate this after him off the Daniel. That's what they mean. They just starting. Regarding that sets for starting pitching. That's what they feel. So it is remarkable to me when you look at the how strong the American League is because I is I didn't mention Oakland. I didn't mention Tampa. Either mentioned Seattle. We're all good team. All real, absolutely. Let's take a break back. Stay tuned kids. We're going to chat with a couple of promising young golfers that a match they intend to play on Friday. Seniors who are they later. Remember when Rodney hood slept his cellphone out of a fans hand that actually qualify him for one of our turkeys of the. Which one is tiger in with Bill, which one's the left. Which one? Interruption is brought to you by Toyota. Let's go places. As a young boy Gavin loved playing football. He lived in briefed wanted to go when he'd spent hours upon hours just to see this touchdown dances at one day. Well, getting fitted for bifocals, he realized he was never much good at throwing or running or catching nor even kicking. Yeah. Gavin's chances of playing pro football. We're looking like fourth and long very long, but he did hear how could save money on car insurance. So he switched and save. Then he did kind of a touchdown dance. At least he was still good at that. If you're looking for nother way to escape your family over the holiday tiger. And Phil have come through. They're doing the desert called capital won the match begins Friday at three pm eastern on pay per view. Let's welcome in tiger. And Phil I believe you guys know each other you promoting this together, you've collaborated it's a partnership at what point if at all does going out and winning matter. Now. This guy for so many years. I've been I've lost major storm tournament still him. So much would come back, and and the the feeling of satisfaction by winning this match it this one day gives me an opportunity to take out years of frustration. Giving me. And just feel so much better about it. And there's nothing better than taking cash off this guy. We're going to get to that part of minute you to draw more people to this sport than Arnold Palmer. You know in the fifties yet, they're going to be no people on the golf course. I I want to hear sort of why why that decision was made the last time we saw tiger. It was like Moses leading the people of the eighteenth fairway and Atlanta is so no people. What is that about? Mike get the big picture here for a second. You're going to see a glimpse into what watching sports is in the future that you can do with two people that you can't do with a lot of others. You're going to have live onscreen odds that you can make wagers on on your phone. You're going to hear banter from us the reasons on pay per view is we wanted to get rid of the commercials. So you didn't miss out on the conversations the banter between players and caddies that you miss on. Every other telecast, we can have that on on a an event like this. And so to inundate the golf course with people would take away from the experience for the fans at home in the viewers at home. So it it doesn't make sense. This is designed to cater to those that are at home watching it and making experience that you've never had before on a telecast, aren't so let me follow up on that. Because. All athletes are athletes. I, but there's a great entertainment value in this do either view feel not so much pressure. But but the sort of understanding, yes, I'm entertaining in this. So I'm going to be a little bit different than I normally am you? This is going to be a little bit different. I mean, this is a different showcase in a different presentation of our sport. And yeah, it's gonna be a little bit different. But it's like, you know, the big come down to it. You know, we're still going through competing. We're still trying to be his brains in and it's a lot like with the NBA all star game. Right. You know, you have these guys are loose and given the needle and giving John this steak and all. And all of a sudden it gets very serious. And I foresee that happening with us. You know, there's there's an element that it is entertainment. I it is it's different. But also at the end of the day, I never ever want to lose this guy. And so that's going to drive me to make a lot of birdies and put a lot of heat. All right. Good. Tony let let me add to this the foam. Oh is real. All right. The fear of missing out that you're experiencing right now. It's real you will be missing out on banter, on course, challenges on smack talk on things that you don't ever get to see on a telecast because we're might up. So don't let foam oh, get the better of you watch. All right. So speaking of miked up Tony knows if I'm Mike up on a golf course. I couldn't the F bombs would just fly constantly what I want to know from you guys. And I'm thinking more Tigers already. Down a little bit. Tiger. We're talking about pay per view. This is not like regular over the air. Can you guys say literally whatever you want and feel comfortable? That is a -firmative. This is good to know. Right. Tony. Well, we've seen this before. This would be it'd been an incredible amount of fines and. Per we call that to HP version. Yeah. So I'll get you out of here on this. I've been different than wilpon. I have said for months I intend to watch this. I really want to. No. But let let me get let me get to this nine million dollars is an absurd amount of money to almost everybody in the world. It's it's almost meaningless because it's so high is there any thought the two the two of you would play, you know, a ten dollar Nassau and you would play automatic to down presses and stuff like that. And you'd literally take them out of your own pocket at the end of the match. You want to because this isn't a major championship or or PGA tour event, and you have to create the tension and create the drama, and this is a number that makes us both uncomfortable. And and the online on course, challenges will be donated to charity, and we'll have six to seven figures going to charities of of both of our choices. But we wanted to create a drama, and it doesn't matter. How successful we've been in our life. That's a number that makes us both uncomfortable. Yeah. But what I'm saying is that the end could I expect to see one of you and a good way. Dollar Bill and handed to the other guy and say you beat me to do with me at eighteen to Columbia Bill. You know, one of the course of the years that we've certainly had our our share of side wagers in. This is no different. We'll have challenges and there's going to be an absurd amount of money going to charity. That's good. This is how it is dealing with him. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Much happy thanksgiving. Guys. Let's take one last break. But we have a lot of shows still to come Sean Payton and dirt cutter looked like turkeys. But that they make turkeys of the year. Also, another unusual development in his short career of Mark Kilfoyle. This all you wanna to do you want to see somebody take out of fifty or one hundred or in our case of five and just and that's what you. Don't. It's time for our annual thanksgiving tradition. This stupid costume and the PTI turkeys of the year. Tell the people are criteria wilpon. There is none totally baseless. Roll the tape. Here. We go. Monsanto Tampa guy. And then at Toronto guy, you can stop rolling now on sanitary rambler. Shame. Rambler, Shane Williams, Jack and Taylor family. Where's nice ROY as well? Roy. Jones marino. He wants. Respect respect. I do stay with soccer's locked-on a boy hits this guy, head any bones. That fraud, but he's villa Waleed fraud. That's just jive Turkey as we say in the business. John t wilder mascot living out. The will gone dream this punching the mask. He's hero of the year. For ring with treater, the bell sounds. He wants out. He gives us money. It looks doesn't it come on paid a man to push give a racket record goon. Look it. She's very that. She smashed and things around on that same topic. We have been law pair multiple racket record. He did this in DC in the city open. Tell Chris Kabbah this is how you doing? That's. The next turnament absolutely got to act. That big a fool clown rain gifts and caddy crushes Kenny picked up the ball. Eric Lee cost him a stroke in twelve grand. You got to take clone and take us soil Raquin boy, teammate tackle this at terrible Arkansas play they run into each other. This is called woops pigs sui baby that is awful. Isn't it? Are you watching? No, no thinking about brassing homes. They swing misses. The guys Swain guy. Swing and they say what? What? I and I got no replaying. Absolutely ridiculous. Ken Giles self puncher gives up with three run Homer. Punches himself in the Joel old. Crusher pro wrestling and say now, we go as feelers trots collider's. And I think the less said about this just move on from that style. Well, look at that replay. That is harsh that is truly hard. We go now to Boone Jenner same team slasher. He slams the sticky gets his own guy in the wrist in that terrible. That's that's that's the reason to find somebody hit him high school basketball player coming up for Loni espousal. This is in Kansas. He should have been tossed look at this pushes up. Any wasn't toss. And regain coordin- concussed, sir. You can't do this. He was thrown out though. Right. He wasn't. He wasn't. He smashed the corners head any wasn't tossed law. Kneel down niche and dumbest playing football. He costs down Rogers a chance to win a game. You know, I'm self Ajan Green Bay's, not presume any but look. But look. He's happy. And finally, and this is the thing thing thing for me JR Smith score forget her we have dinner. Game one. Then they got swept it's probably wrong. Looking at him. He's the one that I think is the worst. Who do you think is the worst? I got a couple of runners up the golfer who assaulted his caddy throwing a bet you gotta hit him Jose Marino. He's he's the he's the first runner-up. But no, more one. Tony Brad Marchand because he is the Turkey of the decade there. They are other here. We have no errors today. Horrible costume. But it do half wearing it. According to the athletics. David Aldridge are palled all on Kelly leading says agent says folks will not participate in practice games until he's children's evaluated next week. What do you read into that? He's in a lot of trouble. I'm not gonna make fun of it. 'cause it's sad to me. Gordon Hayward came up to bench and the Celtics last night significant. He's a max player if he's off the bench, and he never really healed. He never really healed and electric the Cavs say JR Smith with the team is they work on a trade deal. Your thoughts. He's not the Turkey the teams JR Smith, and I'm serious. I know you don't like him. I do very much Adrian built retired for twenty one years in baseball. What are you gonna miss about that he wouldn't let anybody touches head? But he's not a thing. Yeah. He's got thirty one hundred sixty six hits last one number one do can number eight tonight. And now he's smell and upset. Oh, that's sweet potato pie them smell. Yeah. This. Hoop wins again. Costume is not find thirty five Tony Kornheiser. You're the Turkey the year. I'm Mike wilbon we're off until Monday. Knuckleheads. So have a very very happy thanksgiving near the four seasons in Chicago. Shout out.

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 Are Fox News and Donald Trump falling out of love? podcast

Today in Focus

28:05 min | 1 year ago

Are Fox News and Donald Trump falling out of love? podcast

"Today it's Donald trumps favorite news network but is Fox News starting to waver in support of the president and deadly riots in Chile with protesters taking to the streets to oppose a rising cost of living Add Group and what Fox did was it took that sort of undercurrent from the the radio waves which was really no more of a niche is Donald Trump's love affair with Fox News starting to wane air about how he could dominate TV news in the US he believed that there was a market out there of working class Americans whose anger wasn't being heard wing and turned it into this glitzy sort of professional looking package with a very hard rightwing perspective this is Fox News now all the news folks presented Sean Hannity Gave Donald Trump forty minutes to explain his side of the story on the impeachment inquiry he faces and the type of Americans who twenty years later would become key voted in the election of President Donald Trump around undercurrent of hatred for Bill Clinton in particular could President Clinton have had an affair with an intern and try to cover it up a Clinton bombshell I did not taught this is a sex system tasteless thing to do but as is the case really starting to hammer this idea that Democrats and the left were un-american I've been writing about American politics including the relationship between Donald Trump and Fox News for the Guardian I was pretty young at the time but I do remember this autumn's by Fox fifty one percent of those responding say the president should be impeached have appeared to upset the president did Fox News just lose one of its most faithful the the most powerful man in the world relies on most for his TV news because I turned on a very good show in the morning Fox they were you know traders and the fact is that they are going to attempt to rehabilitate these people and if it doesn't they wanted to hand over the country to this group viewers president trump taking to twitter to accuse the network of heavily promoting Democrats from the Guardian I'm Astana today in focus a political figure on Fox News was around two thousand ten two thousand eleven when he started to push this really racist conspiracy Ukraine would know something about the two thousand sixteen election you have to give that information I hope that they would give the information some say Fox News may trump and whole this week finds that Republicans who watched the channel are still the president's most committed fans but while they and some presenters clearly still on board have sexual relations with that woman this is also the error of talk radio here where people like rush limbaugh now many of the I'm to various parts of the political spectrum but much like everything else you know in the Reagan years and shortly thereafter there was this big wave of deregulation and also the fact that Fox News was on cable as opposed to broadcast television they could get away with a lot more things than the net works that we would have been relying on for decades could do when did Donald Trump become a fixture on Fox News the first thing were trump really became thanks for an audience of one joining us now on the phone is the president of the United States of America Donald Trump very much thank you you're showing the fantastic show it's the network Korea against Obama you brought up the idea of the president's birth certificate and the fact that you would love for him to show it just was the birtherism theory the straightway that it is by off come here and that's allowed Fox to be very opinionated hasn't it used to be you know by law that you had to give equal time it took off amongst Fox News viewers in the right wing here in America started to believe this thing the birth certificate was produced in two thousand eleven and we had a handful of networks that frame the news from centrist perspective which most of them still do to this day they canal is a freelance journalist. You need in fifteen minutes good morning everyone I'm Alison Consta- rainy just so we understand here in the U K TV news is regulated in the US but not in Katrina screen it's his favorite channel to appear on President is turning seventy three today and he is joining us by phone right now on was there any sense at the time that he saw trump as a way to achieve that I don't think that Murdoch ailes and quite frankly a lot of people on to try to appeal to believability or honesty back to that whole birtherism thing no one was really talking about trump as a future president others at the broadcaster starting to jump ship president trump is calling how the media on fake news but is he the one giving them very real ammunition a few in the nineteen ninety s Rupert Murdoch the Media Baron famous for his tabloid news in the UK how you did a good job and you know you can trace a lot of this era that we have right now of misinformation and people in the trump orbit not even bothering off into the presidential race from the very beginning it was showed how much trump's presidency in his rise to power was tied intrinsically to tell him out on the airwaves to say something completely outside of the norm that then they position themselves as a little bit more addition before that point he had he had been pretty constant fixture on the news but that was the moment where things sort of shifted into high gear and ban but the wolves a sense that Murdoch's top man at Fox Roger ailes hated Obama Wanted Fox News to help defeat him eighteen you'd to tell the story and question the president's legitimacy in two thousand twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen I was the one that got him to produce the birth certificate and I news and Disgusting Animals your twitter account only Rosie O'Donnell nonetheless recognized asked others for that birth certificate and they would ask me for my birth certificate and by the way it's sitting on the top of my desk little because he grew up nobody knew the right took trump seriously back then and they may still not take him seriously now but what they probably saw was somebody that they could try to and then on Fox News in other networks like CNN almost always were carrying trump events live hello Mr president reasonable than but meanwhile still getting that extreme message out there well it's time to welcome Donald Trump to the show as we do every Monday now good morning good morning lucid story about trump's relationship with the adult actor Stormy Daniels Stephanie Clifford Aka Stormy Daniels Breaking her silence to sixty minutes behind that was that Barack Obama wasn't a real US citizen I'm saying it's a real possibility he was pulling con on the American people he has pulled one of the Great Hideo but Rupert Wants Donald Trump to win so just let it go now to be fair that Fox executive denies ever saying by and insists there wasn't enough evidence Newton Fox News walls in trump's eventual victory I don't think we would have trump as president now fox news didn't eventually according to the White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders interestingly about that he was still being paid millions of dollars by Fox News while he was working in the White House some of the others that have on June the history of politics and of course it was ally the state of Hawaii released my official long form birth certificate but Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity seemed to love him there's even an allegation reported in the New Yorker that when a young Fox reporter brings in an aligned even acknowledge exists arguably once he became president those ties tightened further it really is a revolving door in the examples of who says he fired him I don't know who to believe the guy who lies all the time or the other guy who lies all the time kilfoyle was a host on Fox News program I run the story breaking his silence on stormy Daniels claiming that he didn't know anything about the payment that his own lawyer made to Daniel told me how emergency has been critical of some of trump's more outrageous comments about Mexicans being rapists and you know there was a spat between trump in Megan Kelly who was this guy was somebody that people wanted to look at on TV whether it was people who loved everything he was saying or people who hated everything he was saying have left you know they were Fox News contributors people like Ben Carson who went on to become the secretary of Housing and urban development say now is the time for us so that have left Fox News to go into the administration is really long I guess most significant among them would probably be bill shine who's actually the former CO president of Fox News light those seeds of doubt it becomes pretty clear that for Fox News Donald Trump is their mind the wall to wall coverage high profile presenters like white and it was broadcast live perhaps Donald Trump's most celebrated arrival when he escalated himself news and he was hired to come on is the communications director at the White House. The President's communications director headed out of the White House they'll shine has resigned leftist communications director at the White House to be a key adviser on trump's twenty twenty campaign he still very close to former colleagues at Fox and that's thrown up some ethical questions about trump's relationship with the broadcast hasn't it it really has especially the relationship between trump and Sean Hannity who's become one of trump's biggest boosters on the air I welcome the Hannity Tonight the Democratic Party way out of control they've declared war on a president the Fox News host at the time that left a bad taste in the mouths of a lot of Fox News people you call women you don't like that pigs dogs slobs reported in that began pattern of what we're seeing still is that anything that is going to be too embarrassing to trump Fox News is going to see make the decision that okay this is our guy they could see this guy might actually win so they kept some things like the stormy Daniels story they may not have reported under symphonic but there was once a case when Donald Trump was on stage at campaign events and he brought Sean Hannity up onto stage Sean Hannity Wchs who is trump's sort of right hand woman left the administration has gone onto a job at Fox Sarah Huckabee Sanders is another one who is the White House press secretary is the stuff of legend even my seven year old son here in England said to me when I mentioned Donald Trump's name one time mommy is he the right her party's derain psychotic rage obsessive and that relationship with Hannitys clearly still strong given that Donald Trump appeared on his show on Monday night the way that he was defending him in on Fox News and people leaving the White House are going to Fox News to most recently we've seen hope in Helo Samoa Crowley was a Fox News personality she wanted to work in the Treasury Department going on Fox News is almost like a job interview is up and take America back John Bolton who was a regular on Fox News he went on to become trump's national security advisor Alton says he quit never make it I can tell you I'm their worst nightmare I'm I am not the person that they want to live there was this moment that's now become iconic where he's coming down the escalator in many Donald Trump decided he wanted to become President Fox News seem to be Roy at the center of that some people really don't want you to be president at all frankly they say the United States but he's also reportedly an informal adviser it's been said that the to speak on the phone many nights of the week and say way that we don't get into that others like Elaine Chao who became the secretary of Transportation Scott Brown became the ambassador to New Zealand Hello New Zealand so Jay Segula who's one of trump's main personal attorneys now president and he joins us now from Washington Jay Good Morning you actually trump hired him because he likes left to go work on the trump campaign Fox News has parted ways with Kimberly guilfoil in actually started dating the president's son we're looking forward to just to get a little one on one time with the military illegal military this is just the latest attempted coup of a duly elected president by we sometimes trump will call in and it's really it's kind of hilarious because despite the fact that they all love him so much it can be hard for them to get him off the phone I am not the person that they want to run against what brings you here already on Oh that's good actually we're on every channel Fox News originally Murdoch I don't think they wanted him to win on Fox News and he's not just watching it is a he is joining us by phone right now good morning team Mr President as we know he sometimes calls into Fox and I am which is kind of a euphemism we're really is he's just sitting there watching TV the reason we know this is because he's often live tweeting what he sees different Fox News celebrities think of him he really does like I've seen people started to joke that he's like President TV guide he'll go on twitter and they'll say you know of Fox hosts Tucker's been very good I have to say rating them on on the scale of how deferential to him they are he said soon and it's believed that he spends most of those hours of the morning sitting in the White House watching Fox News he calls it executive time about her alleged affair with Donald trump actually don't make it a habit because until I felt part of me feels guilty about doing that one of his good reporting that are telling him how good he is and he keeps a tally of this stuff to there was at that rally in Minnesota he basically went down winter catalogue of unanimous eight PM Tonight to watch you know Sean Hannity or whatever show it is because he's wants to direct people to watch the same things he's watching upon you're not supposed to campaign for political candidate even if you know like Hannity you you cast yourself as more of an opinion journalists course presidents advocating they were running stories about how impeachment which is lawfully provided for within our constitution amounted to with trump's decision to pull out of Syria a lot of the Republicans in a lot of his most loyal defenders on Fox were very unhappy about that events and that this was an unfortunate distraction so it crossed the line even for them didn't it in that's you know generally really frowned any we eat cheeseburgers and watches three. TV's how much does he watch and is this where he gets all is world news it's been reported it's now Sean Hannity has the number one show he said the legendary Sean Hannity Bar Ingram's knocking out of the park water maybe clear Mr President how can you drain the swamp if you're the one who keeps muddying the waters and once this impeachment in whole Ukraine well we know that you're busy Mr President so we'll let you go and then he'll keep on rambling for another five minutes Donald you are not the person they want to run again it's you to make it seem like they're not fully in the bag for them they have daytime journalist there's supposed to present the news from extensively neutral perspective especially troubling when you consider the type of stuff that they talk about on say Fox and friends and he really really casts about what Fox News says about him doesn't hey and hard for trump's advisors to get him to actually read the briefings that they send him and his schedule will be will come out and it often have nothing on his schedule until eleven am renewed looking for anything that he could find that would trash talk at Henry and this Guy Henry is like a trump supporter he's almost never says anything negative about it and up dirt on a candidate you're okay with that and trump who was obviously watching at the time lost his mind and he went on this bazaar tweet and re tweet ran scandal started to come around some of them were actually saying this really doesn't look good this is dangerous this is a constitutional crisis he's trying to break the six he's now on Fox News Sarah Sanders former White House press secretary making her debut today ladies and gentlemen she's a foxy pick out with bill shine I and they started to criticize him which is very rare now to be fad Fox executive denies ever saying there and insists there wasn't enough evidence to run the store a cow important has that been doing a why Fox publicized there in the way they did I believe that they probably did this poll in good faith and it just happened AAC group an interesting thing that he did though his brought up Brian Kilmeade who's one of these Fox and friends people we've been talking about and he sort of was a national poll commissioned by the broadcaster the suggested a majority want him to be impeached and that's not any one particular party but people in that survey the simple question just push trump over the edge for some reason one of the things that seems to have sent the president into an absolute spin about Fox News criticized by the way Brian has gotten a lot better brian was a seven and he's getting close to ten territory in we seen Tom this seems like at least unethical and maybe illegal congress has the right to impeach and as we lose to earlier trump re getting the majority of Americans degree on who should play bands you trump pays a lot of attention to polls he ignores the ones that make him look early cannot countenance even the slightest criticism there was this other Fox News host Ed Henry who who said had a mildly critical comment it's the morning show good morning happy birthday how do you plan to celebrate Fox and friends it's would be really hard to describe it's like news from an alternate reality the president thank you so much for taking you know busy day I feel like the idea of donald trump in his dressing gown watching Fox News and tweeting about it you're welcome to the that's Once Donald Trump has gone lake thank you very much thanks it's been great that was Luconia title is out now coming up how a cost of living protest in Chile turned deadly on up Sean how that time folks as a statement saying it didn't condone any talent participating in campaign walks isn't working for us anymore over message he did oh well I'm president we've talked about the way Murdoch cleverly targeted working class viewers who felt ignored many of whom went on to vote for the president for a long time it seemed like trump needed Fox for podcast listening platform now Latin America's most prosperous country Oh that fifty one percent said they wanted to see trump impeached and removed and another three or four percent just wanted to see him impeach but not removed L. who has been writing about American politics for the Guardian he has critiqued Fox News in his successful newsletter welcome to hell world his book with the kid himself recently he wrote from the day I announced I was running for President I have never had a good Fox News poll hostess suck and thanks for The Guardian spent the past several days riding my bicycle about the Ukraine incident is like if this is true this is in grave so you're asking the president I don't think that he would be in the position he's in now without Fox News and if they did decide to turn on him for whatever reason he'd be He'd be done for would be showing that his time might be up that's genuinely scary for him that cooling off between trump and Fox News definitely appears to be a real thing and the president tweets focused horizon and we're asking them what softer what's next to listen to the series search for the better question podcast on your colors and destruction fires left right and center graffiti yet most the people protesting a smile and they're just saying it's about time grandma's people playing football in the streets it's just been remarkable to see the celebration the anger the destruction you'll hundreds of millions of added any any trumpets the ones that make him look good Fox News pretty big shot to trump and you can tell he's pretty upset at the network and the fact that a Fox News poll is he saying he's bigger than that now there's no dumb my mind that trump believes that he doesn't think he needs Fox News or anybody else but ever since his days okay what signs are there that they're giving him a hard time from time to Time Fox News will have criticized trump and that's part of the thing that they do through Santiago interviewing people and what I found is a massive celebration fabric the city changed overnight and there was children for Fox News was the most popular Cable News Network in America before Donald Trump came around and sadly they will probably continue to be that I unrest in the country since the dying days of Augusto Pinochet's dictatorship journalist Jonathan Franklin is out on the streets of Santiago reporting on the case three has faced upheaval after Chile's president declared a state of emergency leading to riots in which more than a dozen people have been killed it is the it's about time time and time again as of interviewed people about what caused the spark we just hear the unjust system that the justices yeah it was just complete havoc and you just got the sense that as you know from the eighties is just as a New York Real Estate Guy He's always known that he needed the media to bills the Donald Trump myth and that was Jonathan Franklin what we're seeing is the government trained crackdown calling this a small group of hoodlums in the rest of the country kind of standing back and saying huge sense that the heads have half the country and the have nots which are ninety percent of the country you know have less than half and it's just

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Militia Shooter Flees, Isn't Shot - 8/26/2020

Quick News Daily Podcast

17:39 min | 9 months ago

Militia Shooter Flees, Isn't Shot - 8/26/2020

"Hello and welcome to the Quick News daily podcast where we give you all the latest news and under twenty minutes no fluff. No filler just news made for the twenty first century. Today is Wednesday August twenty sixth and thank you for choosing quick. News daily sadly, we've got more big news from my state the recap from night to at the Republican National Convention a nasty upcoming hurricane and even more after that let's get caught up last night the protests here in Wisconsin took an ugly turn when surprise surprise a militia of white dudes with long guns came out to defend businesses air quotes that they had no connection to one shooter for sure is Kyle Rittenhouse a seventeen year old white supremacist. From Antioch Illinois they caught him after he fled back to Illinois after the shooting and he's been charged with first degree intentional homicide for the murder of two protesters allegedly I guess I should probably say allegedly for legal reasons innocent until proven guilty that whole thing. But of the protesters, he allegedly murdered each one of them in the head one of them in the chest and he sent another to the hospital with serious but non life threatening injuries according to witnesses there was a flurry of shots that rang out. At some point, he got knocked to the ground protesters tried to take the gun, but he got up and started firing gin. Really probably I duNNo. Lucky. If you can call it that that more weren't killed. Now. If you can see the cover art for today, it is consisting of his facebook pictures before his facebook was taken down people obviously found it pretty quick and it was littered with blue lives matter posts in asking for donations to back the badge or something one of those charities like that. Also white supremacist stuff. So One aside about the blue lives matter thing I've seen a lot of it in the past I'd say twenty four hours but it seems like people have wound up on how to fight back against that narrative because if you go against the police that's kind of unpopular. But people have started saying nobody was born blue they all chose it. There's no such thing as blue lives because when you think of it like black lives matter, you can't choose to people AC some different messaging. It seems like I'm also going to put blame on whatever law enforcement was out there last night because of this video on social media must take a listen first and then I'll explain why in filling the gaps. If. We're always backed by the gas station again. Will. Your. Area's slow. Trust Kathy. We got a couple. Couple of will give you a couple. Really. Do. Offer. I'm sure they have lot of bottles of water off. Struck. Advocate on there. Okay. So the context the video was taken by it seems like one member of the militia, just a bunch of guys with a RS and Cammo walking right alongside the police the police then check in on them. You can hear that over the loudspeaker pay eventually do give them some of their water and are heard multiple times saying thank you. Thank you guys for being out here. We appreciate it to the militia, the armed militia at the same time you can hear I'm not sure if it's the same speaker or someone different telling protesters to disperse, you can't be anywhere near the police Yada Yada Yada as the militia is right there with them. I mean. If you can't get mad about this or your first words about the protests are about the looters or if you care more about the businesses than the people who are being gun town, we're just never going to get past this. We're a long way from that here in Wisconsin. It seems because listen to these facebook comments. This was the press conference yesterday that the Blake family had with their attorneys and speaking out for the first time life lesson son never run from the cops and reach inside your car. You mess with the police you should get shot. The simple answer comply. Next one, he won't be walking away from officers into a deadly weapon again now, I'm pretty sure that into his typo because who walks into a deadly weapon. And I'm also pretty sure that that's this Fox. News story going around that he had a gun or a knife that he was going for. Her in his car in they like zoom in in this really blurry from the video. And it's clearly his car keys like give me a break but just for context, all of those comments came within the first twenty, six seconds of the video. The video of this press conference is forty four minutes long. I can't imagine the filth you have to climb through as you listen to the rest of the forty three and a half minutes. So obviously, I felt the need to comment and it went something like this. I'm sure the whole he should have complied crowd was also wearing masks whenever a city county or store required it right or did we complain about breathing in co two or pull out the trustee but my medical condition? We all know the answer folks how about all the Times that like all men we had to scatter from this House party. Because we are underage in the cops came. So, by that logic, the cast can just start firing into the crowd to see the hit. He wasn't complying Tom to die. No, that's not that's not how this works. That's not how any of this works. So follow me through this analogy maybe this will help you out if you're in the similar situations me or if you know someone who. Was One of these Oh, they should have complied people I was thinking about because I just can't understand the thought process here of treating treating these different people differently even the world, the same people but then it got me thinking that when we see things as lesser, it's it's primal. It's an instinct as an Arachnophobia I obviously went straight to the spider example and that sort of when it clicked. So think about if you move in to a house or if you build a house. That was sort of their domain first. So you went in and took it in and the spiders find out how to coexist with they build webs on your house. They they adapt now sometimes cool with this we just let them be like, okay. They're on the outside they're not doing anything but. The second they come inside in onto what we see is our turf or messing with the what we deem to be our way of life in most cases squish in I. Guess I don't. WanNa be misconstrued as saying that black Americans are like spiders. That's the opposite of what I'm saying. We're all humans, and until we see each other all as humans and we fear this other people are going to keep stomping on whoever they think are the spiders. But the spiders do a lot of important jobs. The spiders helped us and we need everyone. So in summary Just see everyone is humans not as the other. So I'm reading this article here about the hits and misses from night to of the RNC by Chris Cillizza over at CNN into I have to say it's nause I. Mean it is just bursting at the seams to praise Republicans. It sounds like he should be reading Republican Fan Fiction to be honest with you. It's just it's like, Geez man pick yourself up off the floor but I guess that's why I say I'm accurate not balanced just to get a little taste listen to this listen to this year seizing on Biden's comments that you ain't black if. You aren't supporting him Cameron unloaded these lines, Mr Vice, president look at me. I am black we are not all the same Sir I am not in trains. My mind is my own and you can't tell me how to vote because of the color of my skin while also in absolute star turn by CAM. Then this thing about Melania trump the first lady has one trait that her husband lacks empathy and it was that ability to identify with these struggles, dreams setbacks and victories of the average person that came through during her speech Yada Yada Yada. Cheese. Like. It's just she doesn't care. She doesn't care about anyone who's dying. Like we all know why she's in why she's still there why she doesn't ever hold hands or smile with Donald trump she just openly rejects him all the time so much. So that's not like a one off thing. It's just stop it just stop it with the empathy, stop it with the Oh look how great she is while She's trying to lecture us while the biggest bully is in in her own home just. Breaking away from Chris now, the consensus for night to kind of seems to be that it was more subdued less Kimberly Kilfoyle, shouting at the top of her lungs just sort of a more calming racism. Some of the worst parts of the night were Pam Bondi starting off with her. She's the former Florida Attorney General and actually fun fact about pain when Donald Trump paid twenty, five, thousand dollars when she was the Florida. Attorney General. The Florida investigation trump. Just suddenly vanished weird just stopped completely almost like it wasn't a coincidence but PAM gone up there to talk about corruption and nepotism she was parroting the same Russian. Propaganda Got Donald Trump impeached about hunter biden in Ukraine and all that nonsense all over again she's actually been working with Rudy Giuliani. So this is a preview of the October surprise they're waiting for the release right before the election about Ooh look at how corrupt Biden is the whole problem with nepotism giving your family the inside track on jobs they're not qualified for because they're powerful it doesn't really work that well when the other speakers of the night include tiffany trump, eric trump and Melania trump. Like, you're GonNa talk about nepotism then you had Mike Pompeo Mike head may be the most egregious violation. He flew out to Israel on tax dollars our tax dollars. To give a political speech. At this point, he's just prepping for his twenty twenty, four presidential run everybody knows that. But this is just such a horrible violation of the Hatch Act where you're not supposed to be able to use taxpayer dollars for political purposes. I mean, essentially that's what all of last night was because they're using the whitehouse as the backdrop for the speeches and stuff but our secretary of state is supposed to be like the one other than president. Vice. President I guess the One person who they can trust who's word is valuable and then they see Mike Pompeo go out and do this. It just causes the US to fall further off the world stage were not as important anymore and Becca come back to his very very soon when another country develops a safe vaccine into were pretty low on the totem pole to get it because we just go around and make everyone mad last night that they also acted like the corona virus just actually didn't exist anymore and there was like this naturalization ceremony that trump taped. Of, him you know giving these people citizenship in when they walk in to just all standing around and applauding as trump stand there and soaks it in I. Mean it's like it's like watching old footage of the Central Command. In the Soviet Union applauding Gorbachev as he walks into a room, it's actually probably worse than that. It's just like man are we okay with this? The last chilling quote I heard was from someone on twitter. I'll try to name out there. But that all these black speakers in minority speakers at the convention aren't trying to get the votes of the minority trying to get the votes of white people who want permission to vote for trump as if like enough minority say oh. Trump isn't racist folks like me like oh My guess he's not racist guess I can vote for him. They're just looking for excuses and that's what all the first two days have been about. At this point I think Trevor Noah on the daily show summarized it best. Let's take a listen to that. If Joe Biden gets elected MS thirteen is going to move in next door but we won't live there anymore because we'll be kicked out of the suburbs, and if we try to go to church, the Democrats will call the cops on us, but there won't be any cups because they defended the police. So we'll have to take ourselves to prison, but they abolish the prisons. So now all the criminals are on the streets, which means they can shoot us, but they can't use. That's because the Democrats have taken away all the guns, which means all we can do is fight with our words but we got because words have been canceled I. Don't know what I mean. Folks in the Gulf I'm really hoping you've got to save spot by now because Hurricane Laura is. It sounds really bad. It's supposed to be quote in extremely powerful category four hurricane with quote unsurvivable storm surge of up to twenty feet in two hundred and forty five mph per hour winds as it reaches the Gulf Today later tonight and into early. Thursday. This potentially catastrophic storm surge the fierce winds in the flash flooding are supposed to be mainly in eastern Texas and Louisiana. Itself so the largest hurricane, the Gulf since Katrina so good when they start breaking out that comparison, this is also why gas prices have been going up because eighty four percent of Gulf oil production in about sixty one percent of natural gas production have been shut down since the storm path they say it's supposed to weaken rapidly once it hits the land that's always the hope but. I'm having like a bad flashbacks to whatever tropical storm slash hurricane that was a couple of weeks ago by North, Carolina and stuff that like sped up and stayed extremely strong as it hit the land. So take it very, very seriously stay safe. All you golf listeners. That's pretty much it for the news I was going to go into this article about facebook a little bit more but I I'm not sure if I'm GonNa have enough time here. So quickly, I was fourteen for apple products will not track your unique device ID number that advertisers us to target ads to you and. Estimate add effectiveness in. It's basically like as soon as when you think about buying say sunglasses somehow there's always like a ton of sunglasses ads on the next page you load that sort of thing. So facebook is giving people a heads up that it could lead to a more than fifty percent drop in its advertising business. So when they sell ads, it could drop their revenue by about fifty percent. So poor poor facebook. Now, I don't have a lot of love lost there in any case that's it for the news. Again if you WANNA, do one thing rate in review wherever you're listening. If it allows, I would certainly appreciate. It also don't forget that Quick News daily has all sorts of merchandise t shirts, masks, fanny packs. Even fanny packs. The link is in the description for that but otherwise stay safe make your plan to vote fill out your senses and I'll see you back here tomorrow.

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"John and Ken show John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio App I was thinking we should make her read the pork belly futures. Commodity that some people are invested in your people invest in. Toll to do what I told to do it until. The opium true. How can read somebody Dan animal stories it sounds like you have your own agenda going. I hear them. Like what are the Societal News Story, don't make it up can because you think your followers want to hear your animal stories? You love them and I aim to please. If you get Santa Claus Emoji story now only because it's going to Piss you off because you said yesterday how you band stuff like that yes. Of course I'm going to take. Very you're very obedient girl sometimes. Sometimes yeah. Wow all right Welcome to this Look. Here's how it unfolded. Last night remember the end of the show. We were talking to Riverside County Supervisor Jeff You at remember about this change in letting counties further reopening their economies. Because they have to reach a quota for less infections among the lower income minority based communities wherever that lower income minority based communities I liked that. I guess whatever. But talk big story was talking I have a lot more about that today and I'm sitting here scrolling why think you were talking and I'm like Why should I mentioned picks tested positive for covert nineteen it was a breaking story during the last hour of our show but I squeeze it in there and John I met hope Hicks fact when we covered the Orange County trump appearance for years ago we didn't show to Mesa from outside the Orange County amphitheater. At the fairgrounds, there was the fairgrounds and and she helped facilitate us. So we got inside and we're supposed to have him on. Yes. Interview walked up to her in person. Right took us over. So we could make a case for a personal interview. Yeah. Well, that's the way it was supposed to be but that's when I got the whip out chaotic the operation was. Yeah. That's when I realized that when I got was like the gentle brushoff, she wasn't exactly nice, but she wasn't stir either. But it was just a very kind of tap dance. So, glad you made it and yeah, we'll see if there's time I said well, then that yeah. But that'd be not organized right in fact, he came in late he was supposed to be there like an hour earlier. And that's why everybody thought. We were going to have time to interview himself but he was interview like he was in the motorcade or whatever we're gonNA talk to his car. pre-game show we were there the entire show we spent there that day. So she's She got the virus, and now there's no way to tell if she gave it to him or he gave it to her because it it it it takes A. Because it develops at a different rate in in people's bodies depending on their immune system except yes but. We'll talk about that in a moment but then when I was watching the ten o'clock news and I was flipping around because I saw the headline and it was weird because I tuned into channel five and I thought it was channel I thought it was ten o'clock exactly and the story was test positive and I guess that must be when he tweeted out because it was sort of an underlying story and then they mentioned it president trump is tested. Positive I'm like Oh. All right stories moved up some notch I think I think trump tweeted that out about a minute before ten o'clock our time. That's what I wonder because it seemed like it was the second story when I need. But I guess because it was just coming in I. Think probably while they while they were reading the whole pick story, the trump tweet came over now when I can't be certain of which channel I was watching but. They kept showing video. The left side of the screen and it was through the window of Air Force One somebody shot this video and trump sitting there talking to hope picks no mask on trump. She's just a few feet away not even like two feet away. She does have a Bandanna on her face and I'm like was that shot taken there was this obviously must have been one of this. This week's they went flying around to a couple of campaign appearances of the debates in Cleveland and it kept showing that I'm like well. Maybe, she did give them Kofi. Well. They know nobody wears I should say nobody most do not wear masks in the White House. Most of trump's staff, they do not. Chris. Christie was just talking today when he came over to do trump debate rehearsal. He said, there's hardly anybody wearing masks. That's just. Not. A thing with the trump crowd. That's right and of course, that's what everybody's saying is well serves you right then you don't take any precautions. Well, the only thing I will say is I'M GONNA use my new term what he is socially promiscuous. If. You put yourself and play enough. Well, yeah I figured he's all over the place with all different people and yes without mass that's going to add to the the risk. denture because they're really hyperventilating over the store I figured he was Gonna get it because almost every day you saw him with groups of people as he was campaigning, not only the big grads at the airport, but he would go to Various sites and he'd have people crowded around him and his staff would be crowded around you know. So is pretty clear. He was in play all day at night and the social distancing either also I just saw a picture of him and I'm not sure it's from last night but Hannity's two inches from his face interviewing neither one has masked I don't know if that's a current picture or not. But now there's into the Hannity show and there's really Like real inside Republican circles. Another. Republican. Style Circle One day and nobody was wearing masks it it's they don't believe in it. Now so it's really common and So that's the risk you take. Mass. But if you're going to be out there with a whole bunch of people from outside your house in close quarters in different places. Your go up and You know what he wants to project strength at all times. and. He thinks look at wearing a mask makes a man look weak and silly and he thinks he said that clearly in the debate, he basically said that Biden looks weak and silly and made fun of Fort because he you know Biden has this 'cause bite makes his own political statement because he doesn't wear an ordinary mask. He wears a huge thick black mask baggy looking that that covers almost his entire face and his wife was wearing the same thing and they do look ridiculous. And and that's their statement. Look Look how how hyper responsible we all are. Here we have a mass that no virus whatever penetrate. That is kind of how this story breaks out. Isn't it and go to the two extremes? One extreme thing I'm not taking risks and the other you can't tell me what to do I'm a man trump trump. Part of his genius is a lot of his. Appeal. Is Subtle. It's under the surface and he projects a strong guy in charge not afraid of anything and that appeals viscerally to a lot of people in particularly when you're president. Yeah. When you're president, he wants to win your head of the company like he was to Harry I'm not afraid I'm strong I'm powerful taking care things on top of it. I'm not sitting here cowering in a wearing a mask. He believes it probably feminizing man to do that. So. You do too I believe. Yeah it does. I know. I've I. Wear it when I absolutely have to. But yes, I, it depends on the kind of mask your wearing. Like I wear one of these black. Band data bandit masks. That gives the impression of you look like a bank robber right? Exactly. There you go. That was that was that was what I was going for. Oh. So my Little Pink Butterfly Mask doesn't work. That projects weakness. And Femininity. Now here, here's the second part of this. because. It's of course well, we live in the world of social media. Is it a hoax and? Wait a second now, he's going to recover quickly because he never really had it to show everybody gets nothing has that. Part I believe is if he does recover quickly he is GonNa Brag about it. And he is he's going to me Hey, headline he's seventy forties fat this could be bad. Last night by the way, I did it for a while Dope dopey Don Lemon head they're all trying to fill time with with just a headline story. I hate it when they do they got nothing they got the headline because, yeah. Bring on all these people to speculate as we call it and it's absurd. A constitutional crisis. Constitutional crisis folks that came up to. The president's never been sick before out. I. We probably have heard about it when past presidents had the flu or a cold right, which woodrow Wilson I remember Reagan. got. Besides. Getting shot at something else. Yeah. Yeah. He had a colon cancer operation. That's what George Bush the first took over as acting president for eight hours. And spent most of the time playing tennis. Wow. How about that I? Well, we'll talk more when we come back but. If Mike Pence has to be in charge shoot rural, just gonNA stop and price. That's what he says. There's nothing that tells me all I need to know about trump pence actually comes to the room to meet them and says, let's pray. See Trump has normal I reactions. Back right and he says it out loud which is what upsets people in this hyper hyper politically correct societies like what what did you say? I don't think he supposedly said excuse me which is more polite. Way of saying what? What Like he does it the debates what he wants to excuse me. We'll talk more about. Breaking news trump is being taken to Walter Reed, military medical centre. Yeah. Supposedly tests and evaluation. Just looking at the story. I guess the only comparison we have sort of this level about Boris Johnson. Or Johnson the Prime Minister of the Kingdom got covid nineteen. But I didn't. I didn't know this part of the story I'm sorry laughing. But back on March third before he was diagnosed, he was telling everybody at a press conference how he went to a hospital in shook cancel the covid nineteen patients. That was not bright. Ended up by the way. was in the ICU for a while. Yeah and. He's younger. He's only fifty six. Yeah. But he was in pretty serious condition he did but he made a full recovery. May Did probably is in good health they gave A. Trump. An experimental drug see this is one of the hydroxy chloroquine. No even better than that. This is one of the cool things about being president as you get the drugs that nobody else can get desa aveer. No this is re it's made by regeneration. It's Let me describe it here and apology colonial antibody cocktail. A single eight gram doses, it reduces the viral load and it reduces the symptoms and they they're testing it now on a few hundred people but. Nobody. Get this it's not for sale. It's not available unless you got unless you sign up for that clinical study and but they gave trump a dose to see what happens. And I'd did you see that one of his? Doctors Remember the coronavirus task force briefing. He came out one day with a bunch of doctors and they were talking about hydroxy chloroquine. And there was a black female doctor from Texas who worries about demons. Story yes. She came out today and said, he should've kept taking the hydroxy chloroquine. Why should punch whoever told him to stop taking that? She thinks it would have prevented this from. Can you take that indefinitely? They don't advise it. But. Not a doctor I don't know. You know what? There's a lot of people with doctorate degrees that you. Shouldn't necessarily. Make an appointment with, but at that way, well, here's the thing to when they say the science, the science can be all over the place. There's a lot of experts it is. Much of the frustration, and then they like to say a consensus of science. We have a stupid society. This was a virus that nobody seen before including the doctors. So there was all kinds of contradictory advice at the beginning if you remember. Dr. Fao right up until March was telling people not to wear masks that was the official policy from Dr? I. Don't wear masks. We'll do any good. So and yeah, this is why I got into blaming politicians in the early going what they did what they didn't do because nobody had ever seen this before. And it takes months and months to to figure it out. Now I think we know exactly what increases the risk of getting it, and we all know the list of Of Advice. At this point either father. Follow the procedure or you don't. There's no need for any further scolding. You're afraid stay home. You don't think the general public is is doing the right thing. Then then you shouldn't go out there. So. What we probably now know is trump was infected at the debate Tuesday night. Seems Likely and Chris Wallace has announced. He's not getting tested 'til Monday because he believes four five incubation period before it might show up in a test. That's what his doctor told I. Think Hope Picks was tested I think she I tested negative and then got again and then tested positive because she was feeling symptoms. Yeah. You can get false negatives early on. The viral load that because what happens if you have a viral load might not get picked up by the test but what the virus does inside of you, it constantly replicates itself and invades more and more and more cells disgusting. Yeah. So they have a big virus baking machine that they install three affiars factory inside your body, and they have to manufacture a certain amount of the virus before it starts getting picked up on the tests. So. Wallace's doctor is correct which means trump probably had it for several days before he showed symptoms and the first symptoms that he admitted to were yesterday. And he didn't look sick on Tuesday during the debate. Hey didn't and I guess the Biden people I mean he's tested every five minutes they're saying he's negative. Joe Was a little bit closer than Chris Wallace trump well, yeah I mean trump's got to have way. He works himself up that's got to be quite a reload company. Trump was eight feet away from bide. But at the measurement. Yeah. That was the measurement but people when they shout and trump was shouting expel the viral load. They say that's the problem with bars is in bars. The music is loud and everybody's yelling at each other. Yes and so you shout there is spindle. So you end up with a heavy viral load that hangs in the air in an indoor who every now, and then you look at that Mike Ball and you get pretty disgusted. Yet, sometimes, you take a used one from the room I don't do that anymore. I bought my own package of Oh, Mike balls my my my covers. Yeah. No because I was looking handles breakfast every day. And it would actually distract being. Make me upset. I would see all these little bits of food because these things are. Made a phone. And they're supposed to keep you from popping your piece, which would be very distracting to listen to with trump was on with. Hannity. Last night. He was speculating about Ho- picks because he hadn't revealed yet that he was positive and talked about it could be from all the military people we've met. They like to hug her. Act She's an attractive while she's a Hottie. which is why trump like stabber around? You think anything's going on there nothing but surprise me. To answer. I would believe anything. Next, hour we're going to be talking to Dr. Wasserman has been shown many times about the nursing homes but. He reached out. He wants to say a few things about trump Dr Michael. Wasserman is president of the California Association of Long Term Care Medicine because a lot of the speculation is trump's age and he's obese and. Anyway. But again, the breaking news trump has been taken to Walter Reed Medical Center for further tests and evaluation it says no word on Malania. You think she's ticked. Governor Apparently, Barron trump is negative the sun. Yeah. He stays a lot with her parents what I've read. That they while he's in school, they're kind of looking at. It's probably better that he has a normal life. Oh Yeah. They let. There's nothing nobody's getting me. Would you WANNA him? Six foot six did you see that as really big? He's only fourteen. Yeah. He's got the growth. When your teenager you really don't want to be grown up in the white. House Now, that's that's a good point. And by the way we've got dementia the other day. Jimmy Carter is now the just the the birthday October first the longest living president ever. Was Ninety six, ninety six no president has ever lived that long and it's just so ironic because he was probably the least useful president we've ever had. So. Of course, last ninety six. Obviously. It didn't stress. That's my little happy birthday wish to yeah it's very nice. Well he's at the bottom of my scale in my lifetime. More coming up John and Ken Kfi or maybe it's George W Bush. It's close John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP twenty, five years ago today Oj got off on the murder charges. Happy anniversary their. Pop Up on your reminder calendar yeah, I have a beeper that goes off to remind me about. The worst decision and judicial history. All I remember about that as the faxes that came for days and weeks and months after that from the irate public, I still have the fax machine just overflowed night and day except all the facts and kids disappeared. I've heard I have a box full of empty fax pages now. Oh, that's right. It fades fades. There's no. Archive digitally. Digitally then. No, I, mean within the last one. Did it fate that quickly? Yeah it was a pretty quick. I still have the box. I think about ten years ago I I found the box I looked at it and it was it was there was some. Tracing speak book to have all those in. Well, we gotta get those kinds of ideas quicker. Yeah. I don't think an Oj book is going to sell now. If, you just coming around. Trump has covid nineteen but further, he's been taken to Walter Reed Medical Center for tests and evaluation not Malania just He's being being given an experimental drug redux from regeneration. By the way, the regeneration stock is upright now. Say Yes it's after the word came out that trump was getting their new experimental drug. So I mean do we believe that these are precautionary tests or do we think maybe he took a real quick bed turn I. Have no idea I had no idea either. But again, I'll go with the statistics ninety nine point whatever percent of people you'll recover and it's not that bad but. How do we know it could be that one out of one hundred that. has complications because he's old and fat. Could otherwise he is robust he never seems yes week or see Biden gets cove covert. I. Ten minutes that's and I like the way The anti-trumpers it varied from some who were. and. Under just praying for him, it was very nice to see. A wide split, the diverge reaction among the trumpeters. Yeah. You know the people who are publicly willing to write on social media. To to wish him death you you. You know who the holes are. You know who the raving. People that you would never want real life. Meanwhile Mike Pence is going to continue to pay Nike. I'd love to go to one of those rallies. At. Effect. You know. We gotta rest up for the pence Camel Harris debate nick next week. Yeah. Yeah. I. Be another trump biden debate right away because if he takes weeks to recover. That wouldn't be I know him. He'll be there unless he gets the week after that the Abidin Harris even if he is still contagious, ill insist on a glass booth that he'll stand it. That's a good idea hell hill shoddy microphone in their that's right and shouted Biden through the glass booth. Oh. That'd be great and they turn the lights off in his booth interrupting. Shutting down. One of our big stories yesterday before. Well, actually, it wasn't till the end of the show we heard about picks late last night. For President trump but dealing with covid nineteen, and this is a big story. If you folks didn't hear this came up later in the show around the four o'clock hour. That Larger counties in California which is all of them here in southern California, one hundred and six thousand residents or more. We have to bring down infections in places with the corona virus infections have been the worst and for La County and I guess Orange County, it's where poor black people at Tinos in Pacific Islanders. Live. And until we bring those rates down and more in line with what I'm not sure yet, the county cannot go further in reopening the economy, which is hardly horribly wrong. There I don't understand why we have to live under these arbitrary rules based on the borders of county. There are massive areas of La county where the virus is is very light to not existent and to have those businesses restricted or closed down and the schools closed down because of what's going on baby twenty thirty or fifty miles away is beyond stupid. Yeah. Movie theaters this old line. Well, yeah. You have to shut down the whole county because people move around they travel. Well, apparently, they don't because if you have one section of the town where there's six thousand cases and another section of town where there's forty eight, clearly people don't travel very much from section eight or section B.. So why don't we drop the the nonsense here? I mean if there's one thing where I, you should not make. Policy based on race ethnicity when it to the distribution of the virus that sets absurd and preposterous. Yeah, I think the one thing that the trump story is making clear although we don't know everything and they're going to do all this contact tracing now they're not sure what to do because trump held rallies and they're going to do to contact everybody at his rallies. In case he spent on people. Contact tracing is great if you have a town of one, hundred, sixty people. But the country at three, hundred, thirty, million no, you can't do it. It's impossible. It's. Publican, committee woman apparently, you can see it's from a close close circle, but it's from a circle of people who are in proximity to each other probably for longer periods of time. When you know the the droplets fly around in the air I mean I think it's a very good chance less than hope picks. Got It from someone. Gave it to trump? Is My less than six feet, ten minutes or more of exposure? Worship, it's indoors in a confined area. It's not complicated all this paranoia about passing on. I'll in a grocery store doesn't hand. It's just it's it's ludicrous ludicrous and you said before though about people yelling and screaming and spilling in bars for hours on top of each other without masks. Well Yeah. That makes sense that that's going to spread. That creates a viral cloud. Coming up with some good, you have a huge viral cloud that now floating over the bar it's bigger than a plume bigger than a plume. You can have a Pluto this story apparently, they haven't come out with these specific and here's the word metrics yet. But apparently, you're going to have to bring down the case numbers and the positivity rates for testing. In these communities in order for the whole county to move forward on this stupid color tear thing for example, how we read this in Alameda County parts of East Oakland and Fruitvale have positive test rates rates thirteen to fifteen percent. That's three times higher than the county's overall positive test rate now. Is it possible that you're not gonNA find the same compliance? To the recommendations in different neighborhoods where some people have decided to play along and do the distancing of the masking and other neighborhoods people aren't doing that or we could look at it also that they can't work from home because that's their job is and they do have to go out because they need the income that's anger to. Come home to bigger households. Yes. They probably have gatherings I think there's two aspects to it says here Dr Bela Matt Yes, is the Solano County health officer. Said, he had misgivings about this new metric because it's not gonna fix decades of systemic health authorities that are to blame for the disproportionate spread of the virus. Well, where is this nonsense that there are systemic health disparities that spread the virus? No. It depends on your personal behavior, what you choose to do. It doesn't matter if you're in a poor neighborhood what matters is whether you're in proximity to somebody else who has the virus I mean, that's when. Their themes you see there are hoping to use this. We found this with corona virus in a lot of ways like letting the prisoners out. It fulfils an agenda as these people are very concerned that lower income people don't have access to healthcare the way others do they wanna fix this thing is the healthcare you get after you're sick. Before you're sick, it has a mask and stand a test from say, maybe the systemic issues in healthcare. Put that aside, that's got nothing catching virus. You catch the virus because you're standing next to somebody that has it period and it doesn't matter what the state of healthcare is in your neighborhood it matters if you're inhaling their viral load. We'll talk more about trump Dr, Michael Wasserman's coming on President of the California Association of Long-term Care. Medicine he's been on our show numerous times to talk about the debacle in the nursing homes we got more coming up John and Ken show John Kobylt. Ken. Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP third again, the big story this hour is that president trump is being transferred to Walter Reed Medical Center for and evaluation and yes John they added in the byline on Fox News out of an abundance of caution. Your favorite phrase. That phrase never existed, and then suddenly it was everywhere. Wind that phrase? Why was it copied? I duNNo. I. Think you and I heard it years ago from some of these California government officials when they talked about well, I remember that limited to safety issue. Cal Trans thing. Just. morphed into it's an abundance of abundance means too much. Yeah you're right get. To too much corn can't sell it all. Pundits that means it's too much caution. It's not necessary. It's an overreaction. Episodes allegedly the to he and Milania to suffering mild symptoms similar to a cold. Here's a story for you and you know this is radio. But if you could see the Mug shot of these two men and they are men although they look like boys. It's a story. It's the story of two brothers from Missouri. If it sounds like I'm going to tell a joke. About the two brothers from as. Well. Their Mugshots wants twenty, two, one, eighteen, twelve, but they have. Dumb and dumber look. Yeah. What's haircuts? What's to haircuts? The Amish look it's. A lot on the left looks like Prince Valiant. That that weird kind of. The other one looks like the dumb and dumber hair shorter but they got the bangs cut straight in the front of this and they do have the inbred looking. For this story takes us because they're in trouble for having sex with their thirteen year old sister and eventually somebody impregnated her and they're not the only ones. There are two other brothers that participated at. That's all they do. She is having sex with her four brothers Oh my goodness the other ones aren't name because they're underage but the ones in the picture here at twenty, two and eighteen. So, they're the ones that have been facing child molestation charge. They're not GONNA get any time in prison. Well, now they might. See a deal was reached to give them community service and probation but the terms were they were not to have contact with the victim and apparently they did but for the original crime. They got a deep sentence as long as they completed a treatment program community service and paid two hundred fifty bucks wrote a letter of apology. But there were also supposed to stay away from her, and now they're being called back to court with a hearing coming up in late October because they did have contact with her and then I said, well, they probably live together and says, well, it was a big property and they were living on the other side of the property. And they came for another unwanted visit. And I don't know if it involved sexual don't don't these to look like a lot of the young guys in Canton, Pennsylvania where we had our first job. There was a town down the road called the Tawanda the forehead on this guy on the left. Yeah. Has got the open mouth, right the mouth breather. So if you open up the phone book and Canton and then the town down the road was to Wanda. open up the phone book honest to God. There were four family names in the phone book. Everybody was related to each other. One of the families was known as the vendor pools. The pools were known by site because they had these towering four hits from probably two hundred years worth of inbreeding. Like normal humans no longer came out of the birth canal just just just these big foreheads with a mouth. And if you read the weekly newspaper. Because I used to big hoots in that there was nothing else to do in the crime blotter column it was nothing but vandor pulls. Vander pool stabbing each other vander, pool zoo drunken vander pools robbing and pillaging one Vanterpool crime after another. The big ready to go for incest I. Guess I assume that's what was going on to they just that was that was tolerated. Yes and you wonder if that's possible among this amish community I, don't know what their rules are. They had to have been molesting their sisters. There's no way you would get foreheads like that otherwise. No, and she did have a baby in late August of course. Well I don't know what the outcome is. There is coming up next on the the trump Kuroda virus diagnosis Dr Michael Wasserman is coming on President of the California Association of Long Term Care. Medicine we got some more details about the trump story to next John and Ken Show Debra Mark Has the news. Kfi Am six, Forty John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou. KFI. Am Six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP if you haven't heard trump's in the hospital what Walter Reed Medical Center. For a few days. Story with the headline not much else to say but the media right now is covering it in overdrive. hyperventilating with the network coverage right now, not just cable news coverage all their Soviet helicopter sitting outside the white. House he has a low grade fever, nasal congestion and cough. They're wondering. Everybody wants to play detective Saturday's event to unveil Amy Barrett as the US Supreme Court nominee. was full of people that have now since tested positive for covid trump Malania a US senator Mike Lee also hope picks and. Another White House staffer. So. Maybe the Notre Dame President Oh yeah. So that yeah. So that might have been the super spreader event. That's what they're speculating somebody if everybody hugging and grabbing each other mask lists means somebody in the inner CIRC shaking hands was messing around earlier in the week. and was in a contagious state, and then they were all huddled together to present the new supreme. Court. Justice. Yes. I'm looking at a photo of the crowd as trump is is introducing amy coney Barrett and they're circling the heads of those who have since tested positive and nobody in the crowd is distance to wearing masks. There's a weird headline that Amy Coney Barrett has revealed. She tested positive for coronavirus over the summer but tested negative before she met trump for the nomination, toss a stretch but you could test positive and recover obviously much people are asymptomatic. There also wondering about this, these fast tests that the White House is using as to whether or not. That's reliable enough to tell somebody for sure they're negative and go back to your business. Well. Yeah. Then the second test they give you is stick up your notes. From what I've read. I. Later is some kind of Swab. They is not invasive, but the second thing is and that's when they stick that So this the stick up the nose is more better and more. Yeah. More conclusive conclusive they they will use that to confirming a positive test. You can get false positives now. Trump they said, he's GonNa, run the country. Let's talk to Dr Michael Wasserman who's been on the show a few times he's been president or he is president of the California Association of Long Term Care Medicine and he has been very critical of the way La County. For example, is handled the nursing homes during the. Corona virus epidemic. Dr Washerman, how are you? I'm doing okay John and Keren got any reaction to the trump reaction to the. Ashen. Absolutely. So first of all, my thoughts are with the president and the first lady that's the first thing that matters. but but secondly. It's very likely that he got this. Whether it was whether it was out the event whether it was on air. Force One whether it was in a debate prep room. Keep in mind it, it appears that a lot of his interactions are with people not wearing masks. And if you have those interactions in an enclosed space. You have a situation very similar to what you see in nursing homes, right? Yeah. and. When seventy four year olds. Get Cova did. They been around people who have it In an enclosed space without masks. I get worried I I have to tell you I I'm a I'm a gut clinician and I'm having the same concerns I had when Herman Cain win and boss but And Kane, of course did pass away after he was at trump's Tulsa rally right? They don't know if. He does. He got he got. Details. Oh, there's no doubt. The timing was absolutely. Per Specific for when he got it in relationship to that rally, we know if he had any any severe underlying health conditions though, yeah. Hurricane had had colon cancer. So he was he was at risk as well. So but but the deal is at the age of seventy. You know this is why I six seven months ago I told my eighty plus year old parents Fernan band to stay home where they stayed ever since and if anyone comes to visit them, they have to wear masks. This is not a virus that you WANNA get if you're over seventy. And I to be honest I I just am flummoxed how The president of the United States doesn't have everyone around him wearing masks at all time I read just GonNa say he is president and he is campaigning. So he does have to do things but you're right and I read several articles today that the whole culture the White House was nobody was wearing masks at all all day and all the offices. It it boggles the mind and I I've been following the news today and it sounds like they gave him the experimental antibiotic treatment already. which I don't know on you know yeah and and who knows where we don't know there's not a Lotta great evidence there. But what I mean and in fact, if I was his doctor. I would put him in the hospital and here's the reason. Older people younger people people with Covid when they go bad, they can go bad really fast. And so he is the president. We WanNA take every precaution by putting him in the hospital he'll be in a position to be monitored literally. Every second so that if things start turning south. They can do what they need to do There are certain things. What's the treatments they have now for a guy like him? Well the treatments are limited they they they might consider using steroids. some of its positioning because what happens is the the outer part of a ones fill up with fluid and so how you position the patient can help. Them. Breathe better. So some of its that. So you know but you really WanNa be monitoring their oxygen level literally. Every second. because when the oxygen level starts to drop, sometimes people can need to be might need to get put on a ventilator within a few hours. What's his chances of getting one of these plasma treatments? Well I it sounds like they already gave him one The real question is what would help him. It's unlikely. It's GonNa make much of a difference. there's really no great treatments they've been proven effective at this point. The the closest thing is that the steroids might help reduce the inflammatory response that causes the outer part of the lungs to fill up with fluids. So. I'll get out guess that they would probably be putting him on steroids. Yeah Dr Wasserman I mean I don't want to underplay this but the survival rates for people. I would say between seventy and eighty years old still pretty good. It's not like they're all going. In the nursing homes, so I have to tell you it depends on how you look at it so. If you're if you're seventy five and you have other conditions. Let's say worst case scenario your chance of surviving is ninety percent that sounds good. But that means you have a one in ten chance of dying. A whole lot of people most people that would be bothersome. Yes. Why that's Kinda the point why does the obesity matter so much? We don't know. We really don't know where obesity fit. It could have something to do with the with the implant inflammation in the oxygen we just don't know. But they're. They're clearly a relationship to obesity I wondered if just and because. I've seen that obesity by itself is a factor, not necessarily the diseases that come along with obesity and you could understand wreck. So I was wondering if there's something about a body having, you know an extra fifty pounds that puts too much stress on the immune system or too much stress on the lungs or the way the blood is circulated and causes an oxygen problem. It's it's very possible and You know. I think the fact is we know that folks who are overweight had been more prone to having outcomes from covert. As, well as other, you know other conditions you know we don't we don't know. If. The president has other conditions you know we he had that visit to Walter Reed. Last year we don't know what it's for. So you know we just don't know he's never admitted to anything. So. He had I blood pressure or diabetes or heart disease, and that would all be further complications and if he doesn't You know his medical records and it's just guesswork. Yeah, the the real. The real thing is this isn't virus and I said this on your show many times. Older, adults don't WanNa get this virus it almost you know in some regards regardless of your other conditions. If you're over sixty. You really don't want to get this virus. you know younger people most of them are going to be fine. And primarily why is that if you're otherwise healthy what is it just about the age? That's the problem just a week new system. We. Don't we a honestly we don't know and and that's what that's what I struggle with and what bothers me with seven million cases in the United States two, hundred, thousand deaths. You'd think we'd have a better opportunity so far to have better information to study what's happened you know I look even some of those rallies. I'm like, why couldn't they studied folks coming into the rallies and see you know and we could have done a lot more research in real time if we actually wanted to. So. But but at the end of the day, John Kennedy, it really comes down to something. That you people need to wear masks. So this this is the deal with this virus. You. If you're indoors with other people, especially other people you don't know. You WanNa be wearing a mask, you want them to be wearing a mask. And if if if everyone just wore masks. We could get a lot closer to going back to normal. But if people insist on continuing to not wear masks. This is gonNA keep being a problem and. The vaccine whenever it's ready. Is. Not Going to be a cure all people still need to wear their masks even once we have a vaccine all right Dr Michael Watson, we appreciate your input. Thank you very much. Thank you for the opportunity guys. Thanks for all you do. President of the California Association of Long-term Care. Medicine. Dr Michael Wasserman more coming up. John and Ken show John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio. APP. Hey, we got the moist line today and we do have a hack for the dumpster. Now we've taken special precautions. We've tested all the mob members although stuff I heard a couple of the Serbs and one of the Turkish bodyguards is not coming of possible symptoms. You'd think the. Take care of that. Well, this crowd is not a mass burn crowd. It's an abundance of caution. No you can't wear masks new throw somebody in the dumpster no no the does that sound like a massive. Ground. No, that's not there. That's not their culture. So they're describing the president as fifteen. And he has gone to Walter Reed Medical. Center. They're giving him close antibodies. To help with covid nineteen is doctors Dr Shawn Conley who released the treatment that they're giving trump. Following his and you're right. It was about ten pm our time last night one am east coast time that he tweeted out that he had covid nineteen just a couple of hours after he did the Sean Hannity interview for Fox News they have live coverage of the helicopter. Taking him to the hospital. Oh was just happening now. Yeah. He walked out of the White House bring a mask. And now he's wearing a mask and helicopters taken off in his in the air. Along, with another trailing helicopter but I must have been a bit surprised I like to hear you. But say that he did now he's wearing a mask. I want one of these male the super master of their own universe. I don't WanNa wear masks grew you. I don't want to wear a mask, but I do when I have to. Okay I. Know That's the the line US but right Line that's the truth. Why would hope cove? You would definitely wear a mask around people broad. We don't know what it means when I have to. Go in a store. That's that's the rule right? If I go and pick up the BAGEL that's the rule. And you aren't being socially promiscuous so you wouldn't be going to parties or people's homes or nobody's invited nobody I know is having any parties right? Maybe they're gathering out in their lawn somewhere. But now there's nothing going, which is why I mean, you're west side, we need people that would be. They would be derided on the NEXTDOOR APP at their heart and. This is what's making me cranky is there's nothing to look forward through this nothing to do. Now we've we've had dinner out. But it's with people we know that aren't going anywhere. And we had dinner outdoors. And besides there is much virus around. where I live there really isn't. No but again, it's putting yourself in play you go to places enough people nobody's endre percents. I'm not one hundred percent nobody issue. You can't lie after six months you can't live that way anymore. I think the point is you can't live the life trump's living and I take these precautions we've talked about because he's just out there in plain who I have not been in a room with the four six or eight people. Were there's no masks and have done that. so He's getting this. He got a single eight gram dose of regeneration, polly colonial, antibiotic antibody cocktail according to his doctor. it's supposed to help reduce the viral load, and some of the symptoms is preliminary effectiveness has been shown I because this one I hadn't really I haven't heard about this drug before regeneration but they've only tested it on a few hundred people and they're only doing the tests now. But to put give it to the president they must have some faith over these other things I. Guess they've gotten. A decent response from a few hundred? They've tried it on. You have to do those trials for months and months. And on different groups. But when you're the president, you get first crack I guess it won't they won't hurt him. And he's taking zinc? He's been given zinc vitamin D Melatonin a daily aspirin vitamin D apparently is real important if you have a shortage of vitamin, D, You're more likely to die. Where does he get vitamin D The Sun the sun go out in the sun. Lay down the helicopters landed. It has okay. But he hasn't come out yet. They say it's going to be a few days at Walter Reed. That's all they're saying. Well, there's some former White House doctor that says, he thinks within seven to ten days. Trump is pretty much. Okay. Yeah I mean, we didn't know for most people. It runs its course you know in a week or two right now as we mentioned Boris. Johnson had ended up in the intensive care unit the he's recovered but. It it it varies from person to person to. The course of the illness and the replication and your body and everything else that works. Together on that all right we got more coming up. This is watching. TV coverage of trump being taken to Walter Reed. Hospital. John and Ken. Show Kfi am six forty. And indicated. mcenaney agony. Yeah she. Came walking out. I reporters shouting questions at her and she ripped her mask off. I was reading the scroll, but like she ripped her mask off almost. Angrily. I saw it and she says, I'm not going to get into. His specific symptoms I'm not GonNa get into that. And I thought that was just an odd response. that. Because they had peppering her with questions as to what it is. He's feeling bright and they had announced earlier that he had some. Question and tired and. Fatigued a feverish but just the way she shut down the conversation, she could've just repeated that. and I wonder why she didn't. She had with the reporters and they've had it with her or maybe maybe the symptoms are more complicated. I'm I I'm very skeptical of all public announcements. I always assumed there's something more to the story and I'm slightly skeptical that they suddenly sent him to the hospital. Out of an abundance of caution while maybe it's not out of an abundance of caution. Maybe something went seriously wrong because you saw him walk into the helicopter with this mask on. So he's he's piece prone Nettie standing I'm standing. Yes. It did he did he look weak slow bent over? No no, he walked at a decent base. We are trying to play detective again, you know what? People are saying today. What are they say? Oh, this is fantastic. They believe. that. It's a hoax and the tweet by trump is actually a coded message that they're going after Hillary and the rest of the child sex slave ring. Pizza Gate Story. This is. Telling the world. This is it when they start rounding up it's Hillary at. Walter Reed. I it's a good question. Maybe he's not going to re did you follow the helicopter? You know what I think those guys do I. Think those guys run like an alternate reality operation and I mean that sincerely that it's kind of a game they play. Out there must think they aren't doing this for there's yeah there's a lot. There's a lot of groups and companies out there that creates like alternate experience and a Lotta guys young guys get caught up in this and they start treating it seriously like they all know at some level that it's all just a game but they get great fun and they lose themselves in the fantasy world and then everybody contributes to the story. You See. So like in real time, the story takes twists and turns and develops further and further. Improv right exactly and it's actually become more of a common entertainment for a lot of people. I. So you were saying earlier in the show that the more conclusive tests when it comes to detecting corona virus is the big q tip up your nose. Yes. Stick up the dose. So my worst nightmare came true according to the Journal of American. Medicine. The I guess is the one the Journal of once about head neck surgery, a woman went for a corona virus tests. She apparently was going to have some sort of hernia operation elective hernia operation, but she had to have a covert nineteen screening. They put the nasal swab up her nose and out came brain fluid. Cerebral spinal fluid leaked from her nose Yep. She said she began to experience a headache neck stiffness, photo sensitivity vomiting, and a metallic taste in her mouth. Oh. They're going to stick to. What that's why this is why I don't understand if you're really sick and you have all the obvious symptoms, why do you need a test just assume you have it and go hide and room somewhere until it passes why do you need a stick up your nose? You could end up with a lobotomy. Almost has an. Cat Scans revealed a one point, eight center meter pouch of something called CSF shutting down to the sinus cavity between a fisher, the bone that's the fluid that's the cerebrospinal. Fluid. So she had a little pouch of fluid that made its way through a crack. In the bone. Yeah the no swab ruptured the pouch causing the brain shielding spinal liquid to leak out. Yeah? It's. It's. It seems that like the body created a little sack to catch the fluid because there was a crack in the bone. and that kept the fluid from from leaking out and then. In the doctor shoved the stick up, the knows it popped the pouch and here comes the fluid. Oh. Boy. The case highlights the to properly trained commission clinicians and even the general public about screening. He'd properly train. Those those drive wants make me nervous because they're they're shoving cue tips fast faces people pull up, and yet they're doing it quickly because they see there's a a very cars right and it's hot outside and then you you pop my pouch yeah. And now you're You're blown spinal fluid out your nose. What does that taste like? Maybe that's the metallic. I see this sort of thing I. I don't need a test. That's why they didn't about people stood in line a dodger stadium for two hours. If you're feeling really sick, just just stay home. Yeah. The only reasons I want gotTa testified symptoms are I felt like I was in a situation where I found out that somebody was in a situation with me and they were positive and I'd be like, all right. Maybe I should get tested because I was around that person for an hour. So and who knows even if I were masking ever no I don't want to stick my nose because you can get it in the eye. I. Just I can't stand medical procedures I. completely freak out if any doctor has to stick anything in me anywhere I. I don't know I actually being blood drawn and needles sticking in the I think it's cool. You like that. What's the big deal? I've never heard anybody ever say that before he goes for colonoscopy every two weeks. Really Weird Oh. Yeah. In a prostate exam. At. Least I. Wasn't lying on the bathroom floor of a baseball stadium getting my prostate grabbed. Did I was raising awareness I know but it's liked get did it in the men's roof yeah? That was on a sheet. Very. What? Time. You. Know Deborah. John was this that baseball team used to have a piece of right? Yeah and the promotion doing special prostate awareness. Eventual it's something happened I was supposed to do it in a traditional way, but I don't. The guy didn't show up. So we got the guy, ran the beer stand to do it. Ended up on a sheet in the men's room. Yeah. There's prostate grandma broadcast live on the air. Oh, I want to see that. Oh you do. audio. Event have come in here and recreate the moment. Let's go for all right I need some entertainment. Raise. Johnny head show John Kobylt Ken. Chiampou Kfi am six, forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. We'll have a conversation with Orange County. Supervisor Don. Wagner. Coming up at four zero five about this new equity requirement from the state health department. In terms of leading counties further reopen the economy you gotTa make sure you get the positivist rates in the COVID nineteen case levels down in low income. Racial communities, it means the whole county can't. move onto the next tier of. Fewer restrictions and more openings everything is frozen and held in place until. Certain communities get up to speed I'd that's out outrageous. Now that's just to be. They just had the generic requirements for county to get to the next colored tear but now they throw this in there as an extra. That's so unfair. That's so wrong. Steve Gregory all says some input on this says, he follows La county's a moves on this. He'll be on next hour. Also, making the news today. Another member I guess you could say of the trump. Extended family. Kimberly guilfoil used to be Gavin newsom wife, but presently as Donald trump junior's girlfriend. It's an odd story that New Yorker has published. She's some kind of sexual dynamo. Basically an all who comes down from a woman that needs to be her assistant. A woman hired in two thousand fifteen just data college kilfoyle has since left Fox News but that's where she was and this woman worked as an assistant for her and another former Fox host Eric. Bolling? And according to a quote, a dozen, well informed sources, the assistant alleged kilfoyle. Her direct supervisor subjected her frequently to degrading abuses in sexually inappropriate behavior. For example when she went to work at kilfoyle. The Fox host would walk around nude. She would also show photographs of the genitally of men. With whom she'd had sexual relations. She spoke incessantly luridly about her sex life. At one point demand that a massage forbear is. Worth and Gavin newsom was married to her. Death? Seems like she's sexually insatiable that she's talks about it or has it. Or is take showing pictures of it. Or walking around naked all day like she can't she can't stop. Is this what newsome was subjected to? The employee claims that Guilfoil also told her to submit to a Fox employees demands for sexual favors. Encouraged her to sleep with wealthy and powerful men. Astor critique her naked body. Demanded that she share a room with her on business trips required sleepover apartment exposed yourself to her. Mom. Would sure. They're denying all this and. Everybody denies everything she even says that that. If she did not keep this quiet guilfoil was going to reveal very personal things about the assistant. To the public you shouldn't tell anybody anything don't reveal all your personal secrets, the somebody you work. but I. Now. This is what I don't get about this world. If this was a female assistant working with another woman, Guilfoil gave I was a guy. And I'm working as an assistant to another guy. And that guy acts like a naked that guy acts kimberly guilfoil. You would assume that he wants you. I would get out of there. I would just leave that day. Now I. Apparently she's she's Hanging around you know for big payoff. So I'm I'm guessing that's what these this is why these people stay in the job they realize you know what I'll put up with this for a year. Then I'll write a complaint it'll be sensational and Fox are Guilfoil is going to pay millions of dollars to shut up and go away because any normal person would just leave after the first day saying she's wacked. She's crazy. I don't buy this idea that I was exposed at harassed made to feel uncomfortable and this went on for a year that was tense like no. They. Want the career though no, they don't. They want the money because you're that uncomfortable yet jest walk away you just quietly resign and disappear. They talked to another Formula Alani who said that kilfoyle would show pornographic videos in the office. Again he did graphic sex talks, upset hair and makeup artists. who gets. This is a Roger Ailes and when Roger ailes right left Fox apparently that was it for. The the the thing is so ails was going after women right bill. O'Reilly was going after women. This Eric Bolling was going after women right and then they had ed Henry go after women. Then you had what's his name? Judge. On Oh, he's going after guys. Okay. And then you Kimberly Guilfoil who's Showing women. Photos and videos of the guy she's with. I mean I have never heard of workplace like this. I think they believe it starts from the top down because we? Live with this environment. This is the ails hire these people knowing it was this part of the job interview where he got you to reveal all your sexual kinks. And the more you had the more, you wanted you how could that all offices like this? No I don't think. They'd how did all these people ended up the same place? Coming up next. Orange. County Supervisor Don Wagner beyond we'll get a more in-depth nothing goes on here. That's for sure nobody is showed me a naked picture of anything I don't think that's going to happen and I. Don't hope that. You wouldn't want. I he'll talk about these new requirements, what they call equity requirements for Covid nineteen cases and counties dealing with people in lower income communities next John and Ken Show Debra Mark Has the news Kfi am six, Forty John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere. On the iheartradio APP Lakers game one of the NBA finals. That's the lowest rated game on TV as far back as they have records. They have records going back to nineteen eighty had never had a game that attracted fewer viewers. Well, it's also sink. It doesn't usually occur in September October, but maybe yet up against a lot of support, maybe people don't want to hear Lebron's political views. I don't think that came up during the game I watched. This. Probably sports fatigue going on with a lot of is just so much going on at once here between football. Baseball. Trump apparently. released. A video message before he went to Walter Reed Medical Center just saying you know he's doing well and thank you all. It was just kind of generic message. Looked a little. Pale. But you standing there and one of the rooms of the white. House. He's not going to get his tanning bed treatment. In the hospital he's probably GonNa come out quite Pale and he's doesn't that help though because It doesn't work like real sunlight that vitamin D. You know he takes Vitamin D. I saw the list of supplements that he takes. Vitamin D is of them because he brought doesn't get much sunlight. He gets. Inside working and he gets that that fake orange shows sheen from the. Some the tanning better right. Maybe it's paint. and. Hair too. I. Mean his hair may grow out Greg. Not going to have a hairdresser available in the hospital. That's this afternoon's development on the Donald Trump story that is on me read medical. Center, and we'll probably be there for a few days. Medical Center in one of the most preposterous things I have ever seen announced. The The idiots in Gavin newsom administration in the Health Department announced that counties are not going to be able to move to the next tier for further reopenings with fewer restrictions on until. The infection rates in minority and poor communities. Are. Lot. Closer to the infection rates in white. Asian And wealthier communities. That the entire county has to sit around and wait until certain neighborhoods rates are come into line. It's called an equity requirement that came out from the State Department because because takes effect in a few days. The idiots here on the Department of Health think that viruses should affect everyone proportionally. They paid that. And it's not doing that. Don't they're gonNA, punish you all until you help the people in the lower income communities that we help our on a virus help yes. Yeah. Well, they're talking about more contact tracing spend more money on testing I don't test education surely public that's a good way to bring the right down to do less testing because if you do less testing. Fewer infections reported unless people get really sick. Let's talk to Orange County Supervisor Don. Wagner we had him on briefly yesterday we had a poor phone connection so and he's on some time to think about all this and get as few. Died Think about it and hopefully get a better phone connection hi guys. What? Well, what do you make of this? Well. It remains preposterous and you hit the nail on the head. One of the ways that you bring your numbers in lines you do less testing and disadvantaged communities that are spread it amongst the more advantage entities, which is, of course, not productive either. So it's for signaling by the administration. The ironic thing is they proposed several weeks ago and we all got briefed on. This is what's coming. There were all kinds of questions. The elected leaders had questions, the health officials, all had questions, and basically as I understand it. The administration said Yeah those are all great questions figure it out later in the meantime, let's start rolling out. So this is half pay and. Here your word is law stressed. Well. What could it practically to Orange County in terms of you guys moving through these colored tears? Well what it does is it puts a stop to move into colored. Cheers but it does is means it's the pain of the shutdown longer on everybody rather than letting people get back, work letting US Open up our economy and letting US generate the resources and save governmental resources that are going to everybody and channel to the communities that absolutely to help. That's improve worse side. Look. Just to be blunt, here A lot of this has to do with people not fouling the basic measures of masks and social distancing not every not every neighborhood is complying in the same way and there's no amount of money that's going to change that. We realize though it's a little bit more than just that the truth is there are neighborhoods where such compliance is much much more difficult. In. Some of the disadvantaged communities where you only have a couple of moons to a family where the kids go into one bedroom another bed. That's what I'm talking about you have crowded. Crowded apartments. There's no amount of money that's going to make the apartments less crowded. You don't make them less crowded but what you do is you free up some of the resources that are going to prop up our businesses and instead they can go to increase the sanitation. They can go to make sure that everybody is intact complying with NASA where that in fact, the elderly those apartments are protected, and in fact, maybe you find ways to move them out. You think outside the box rather than just say the shutdown one size fits all and. This understand why would a restrict businesses in the beach communities because of crowded conditions? Let's say in Santa Ana. I can't you're. You're saying that the public officials responded with questions did anybody tell nuisance crowd that they're just flat out crazy. That this is Not, so. Recommendation. Is Yes that that was the up upshot of at least our health official, Dr, challenge his input into the process. It's like this doesn't work. It doesn't make any sense from a medical public health standpoint because there are communities we talked yesterday about San Clemente versus Santa. ANA thirty miles apart San Clemente is right across the border from San Diego and yet they were in a different tier it. It doesn't make any sense to do one size fits all and. The governor set up a committee with Tom. Steiner. Heading it up and he puts out. A press release on April sixteenth saying the goal is not to reopen. The goal is to be greener and to come back in a more socially just way. So goal is to reengineer along social lines rather than real. Wait a second you're seeing that. He said this. April sixteen press release from Tom Steiner about what his committee is supposed to do to help the governor get California back to the new it's not about reopening. It's about making things again socially. It's it's having a social and environmental component. It's making California more green. It's basically a wishlist of the laugh that's been what society ought to be lied. We're going to impose. This committee as opposed to find the best way to get the most people back to work and help the most people need help. The public understand what's going on here this is nutty. Don We appreciate your coming on and especially sharing that last bit? Yeah. We're GONNA find a crash relation, right thanks a lot. Don Don Wagner whose Orange County supervisor rate see if you could find that he said April sixteenth, Tom stiers commission, but it's not about reopening. It's about. You think this is this economic task force because we have news about that coming up later and I think. Yeah it's it's remembered new some form some economic taskforce about trying to bring. Businesses back does everyone realize what's going on here? We can't get freedoms back because we have these social justice warrior lunatics. Who are now counting the number of people who've been infected? Their skin color ethnishity. And decided that if there's any kind of statistical balance, then nobody in the county can move forward. And reopen or have the restrictions less. More coming up. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere in the IHEART RADIO APP WE'VE GOT Steve Gregory. In the studio and we've been talking for two days about this. IDEA that counties including La in Orange County and Riverside San Bernardino can't can't move to a better tier. With the virus. If the, there's a disparity in the infection rate between minority and poor neighborhoods and everybody else. And that everybody in the county Has To, sit and wait until the infection rates go down in the minority and poor neighborhoods. because. It's disproportionate. Even, though I don't think viruses know who their infecting. But. Steve you know. It's interesting. Are you drinking a beer by the way? I know that is a beer. There was leftover from the Gary and Shannon Oh wait wait I look at it down. Just. Like it. I didn't open it. Okay. So Here's the thing that's interesting to me in this kind of I think a lot of people off guard and. Field is La County I think has been the most. Progressive, or aggressive in terms of giving attention to those communities that are having the biggest impact. If you remember early on in the pandemic, they were almost immediately making this about race and making it about those that were remember because Dr Farrar was making a big issue about all of a sudden, the racial disparity and how the virus was seemed to be disproportionately affecting those communities of color and those communities of poverty. So La County had almost immediately started giving all of its attention over there. In fact to the point where people are like wait A. minute. Why are you putting all your resources? All of a sudden they're they're opening more testing facilities there. There's more than those those agencies they were paying millions of dollars to were getting everything fifteen different languages while they were ignoring the nursing home, right? Exact role, the deaths were exactly. So it's kind of odd to me that all the sudden the county that's been giving the most attention to those communities will suffer as a result I n I always say suffering meaning that a lot of people are counting on their businesses and a lot of people Counting on this county to open I think and windy of think we're learn what this means practically speaking to get La County into another one of these tears I emailed the county when Ray sent me the story last night because I was out in the field all night when he emailed me the story, I actually got a chance to read it look I emailed the Pretty quickly and I've not heard back I said how does this impact this? What's the plan? Is there a model a distributor down was? Did you get a chart something along those lines from the county and I haven't heard back from the county? Why would you restrict a restaurant in Malibu where they think they've had about fifty cases well, because forty miles away in east la they've got thousand I don't for the life of me understand how a government even has the power to do that well I. It's why anybody would listen to that. The thing that gets me though is wouldn't every community benefit from the county reopening? Wouldn't communities that we're talking about being able to go back to work and yes, and these restaurants that need to open probably employ a lot of these people were talking about correct and so this is again I think it's a little baffling when you look at the surface in the reason behind it and I would love to know whose idea this was I mean I don't understand what's to be gained here. You're freezing an entire. Economy for what purpose while we wait until one particular neighbor area comes down and infections. Well, what if they don't it seems to be coming Steve from the states acting public health officer, Dr Eric Pan. They put out the news release about this. Yeah. But but I'm getting at is I remember this administration saying that they did not want to politicize this virus will they did I thought they were just looking at the numbers right? That's right the hospitalizations we're going down and the spread rate of the virus going down Blah Blah Blah, and then you open up. Now this stuff is going down and they came up with something new that there's a racial or or economic imbalance at ethnic imbalance in. Actions are distributed. The La County numbers have been coming down general, right? Well Yeah. There aren't they not coming down in the low income racial communities to coming down all across and see here's the thing though remember the the analytics analytics that the county uses a lot is case numbers they don't use. There are trends in hospitalizations. There is the transmission rate and there is that positivity rate that you know that. The cases per one, hundred, thousand and The you know the end, the death numbers obviously to all of that stuff is on a downward slope. The issue is there. They are fixated on case numbers because the state has mandated that you have to base a lot of your decisions on how many positive cases there are. This is crazy because a lot of the cases are mild symptoms and that's the hospitals are not filled and they're not there's a low number of people in the hospitals. That's all that mattered. They said at the beginning, they didn't want overload the hospitals if people just are home with the flu for two weeks. So what and that why we don't cover cases because the case number to us is misleading it doesn't tell the pick. This is gonNA. Go on indefinitely until the virus until the vaccine comes through so we're always going to have this it's GonNa go up it's going to go down but for most people It's not a it's not a dangerous factor I'm wondering an enlightening get to hear the interview did with Don Wagner, did, is there any effort underway in part in in any way from a legislative standpoint to seek to block this or suit block this? Don't know of any don't don't know I didn't know if you hit because you've talked to couple lawmakers right I. Think They WanNa see because it's supposed to be taking effect October six to what are these specific requirement they don't have details no, they just give details. About. This overarching philosophy that they have to equalize the infection rate among the races and the economic The different economic strata but they don't have any specific instructions on harassed hosts. It says here they're supposed to come out with specific positive case rate numbers that larger counties must meet in their poorer cities in neighborhoods to move forward with reopening. So that's what I think is now they're going to put out these these new numbers I think the thing that's highly frustrating not only for you but I think a lot of people right now is the fact that. Every time they set up a benchmark or a threshold we meet it and then they change it they move right and then continue to move it. So he hit the first one. That's why there's something else going on here. They're not doing this just to. Save lives and slow the spread. They have a whole social justice engineering philosophy that they want to impose on the pub remember. In we talked about this months ago I can't believe this has been what seven months now with when this the up. Remember the city of Los Angeles in how they figured out a way to take the moneys that they were getting for homeless, just specifically for Kobe and how that will now be trains formed into a long term housing issue or housing funding, and that's what's going on. Now, you can tell that they're starting to take a lot of these programs that were being funded because of emergencies and they're trying to figure out a way to make these long term solutions to issues that are happening social price. Steve we gotta go. Thank you very much. Will read from that press release that was mentioned by Don Wagner Tom Style that idiot that ran for president. Remember him. He's dumb. He is co chair of this task force and yes, it does talk about social engineering we'll get to it John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi. Am Six forty live everywhere in the heart radio. APP to go stay with us. We do have the voice line people lining up. They'll be here next hour to pay us a visit. We will also throw somebody in the dumpster next hour find out who that is as we bring them mob members in spent Lana to throw a hack into the dirty dumpster and happy. OJ. Simpson Acquittal Day twenty, five years ago today. Wishing J Simpson. On ashes wishing everybody a happy OJ. Simpson and quiz not it was a dark day, I don't know why you want to remember it as. What's a holiday? It's like all those fake facebook holiday so This is my offering we've been talking about this equity requirement for counties, the larger counties, which is all of them in southern California to advance in their reopening plans for that stupid colored tier system, and now they throw this roadblock of the way that you have to bring the case rates down in the lower income minority communities in your county if you want to move forward and when we talk to Don Wagner. The Orange County supervisor earlier this hour he directed us to a press release put out by Gavin newsom economic recovery taskforce back in April and it's Dopey co-chair Tom Stare and yes, we're learning that. This is about social engineering at. They want to achieve all their goals about lifting up poor people doesn't care what the expenses yeah at. This is an opportunity for them to implement their. Social. Justice Warrior Philosophy. This is because ordinarily a fife was going along as is there wouldn't be an opportunity they wouldn't be able to what they've done is they suspended our normal life and while we're all suspended, they're going to invoke these new rules. Did they want to sneak in the back door achieve some of their agenda that they've held back on because the under the cover of covid nineteen they're doing and and we've got we've got Tom stairs own words. There's an interview with Fortune magazine. This is after he was named Chairman of newsome's Task Force. Our Task Force specifically as a mission statement that includes working towards a just equitable sustainable green California, and make sure we have the interest of those underresourced communities, those black and Brown communities at large at the front of our minds as we move forward and think about what we can do to come out as fast as safely as possible. So, it's benefited itself now with this new proposed regulation, which is going to go into effect in four days where La Orange San Diego Riverside counties, we can't move forward to the next tier even if all the general numbers are really really good as long as there's a disparity in the infection rate. Between minority. Poor neighborhoods and everybody else. Wait a minute though. I thought the Economic Task Force is about getting the economy going again. They're not have nothing to do with the medical. Nothing to do with the scientific side. So. What right do they have? You don't hold back reopenings because of case, right this is nothing to do with their agenda. This is how foolish they have to conversations have one conversation in public with their press releases and their. Announcements at press conferences, and then they have their private conversation. Here's what we're going to do. Here's how we start changing the world. While everybody is terrified at home of the virus frozen because their work has changed drastically either your places closed or it's restricted, you might be out of a job you might be furloughed. You might be working from everything is disrupted schools closed nobody can can can go out to dinner and see friends nobody can can can have vacation right royal state of upheaval and they see an opportunity to like he's distracted and frightened. Now, let's change the rules. Now let's get what we've always wanted. And that's what they're doing now. Anybody who sits on the sidelines here you're completely and utterly out of your mind just the best example of that is the releasing all the prisoners I mean that's a gender than stars but the same idea there doesn't a ED nineteen to achieve. They're getting people out of jails and prisons. Out This, how they do this and then the crime grow goes up. And they'll tell you I, nothing to do with the prisoners being released. Yet did what do you think prisoners released? The streets are going to do they don't have homes they don't have families have. What do you think they're going to do? Now in a story somewhat related to this anywhere else was on this Economic Task Force Bob Eiger of Disney and he resigned yesterday. Clearly, the California theme parks do not like. The fact that their last to open anything and second of all the story. This afternoon is that the plan to reopen the theme parks apparently was too restrictive. And the theme park operators have asked the state to hold back so they can talk about it. You what they were going to do. It says here, they can only reopened once their county reaches the least restrictive minimum risk level. What is that like the White Tear But Twenty five percent of attendance capacity and limit visitors residents living within one hundred, twenty mile radius of the park. Wow. What's the point that? I. It makes no sense. And no one's GonNa get to that top tier until the rate of infection is racially and ethnically balanced, which is never going to happen and the theme parks say getting to the least restrictive minimal tear is almost impossible for California's most populous counties which would include Orange County, it was supposed to be flattening the curve. With her out of their minds no, they're out of their minds. They're out of their minds and nobody's paying attention. Nobody's covering this stuff and Bob Idir has got the stature and we'll get the attention he should he should go public he should make a big deal of this and to Talk about this is crazy. It's somebody's somebody's gotta gotTa Rip Gavin Newsom and no one here. This is crazy land and you'll see. All, right. We got more coming up John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty. Everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Hey. Dr Robert Winters is returning to the show board-certified infectious disease specialist He'll be talking to us about President Trump Alania. Covert. Breaking news from last night, we'll get his take on all of that. For the second consecutive end, the our story, we're GonNa talk about women accused of sex harassment last hours, Kimberly Guilfoil who used to work for Fox News, and as the girlfriend of Donald Trump Junior, and thirdly was married to avenues. Wouldn't you like to know with that house was like? The house when he was with new because she's a sex maniac and he's a complete dunce. Odd couple. Remember back, then he may have had certain problems with the. Yeah Substances Substances. Yeah, this is the Kardashians Kris Jenner. Oh Jesus the guy that used to be a bodyguard for the families suing he worked for them about a year. They say they fired him because he was sleeping on the job. He is an African American man because he's also claiming racial discrimination. As for unwanted physical physical contact, he claims. Kris, Jenner would massage without consent restaurant on his thigh and Groin. Touching without consent and suggestively exposed herself. She's gross. I I don't see. The attraction no I mean look who married her. Berge jeter who obviously was having issues. She sixteen four, Robert Kardashian. Yes Roy. Robert Kardashian. She's repulsive. And speaking of your day and he was. Supposedly OJ's the father. One of these daughters, right? Volley. He cuts the that was the rumor. Courtney Kardashian. Dashing has been named alongside her mother as a defendant. In this. It's not that's I. Can't find anything specific about hurry grabbing. She knowing family can you imagine that's your job? and. This lady's pawn all over you. There's a claiming countersue that this his name was Mark Nick Williams. And they they claim this is clearly fabricated and they were gonNA they're claiming they're going to sue him. He said, they never made any complaints. Until contriving this ludicrous claim a year after he was dismissed. So well, once again I'M GONNA hold consistent to the Kimberley Guilfoil story first day it happens you tell her to stop and if she does and then quit it added they`re Claiming the Kimberley Guilfoil story was a lot of sex talk on what he was doing with WHO. I do you know what I wouldn't take that for an hour. There's hundreds of millions of jobs in the world. What's wrong with people? Justice gross people are animals. People are Adams, zoo animals here comes the moist line our we'll have two visits. We do have always really emotionally our. Friday. No kidding. Happy Friday. Wow thanks for that. Thanks for the Wu Li Saint. TGIF go. Man, Tgif, can't wait to get to the weekend. Her then she'll stop. Got Any good news to give us happy news not. Really. Play the voice live. We'll do the Hackett a dumpster productive winters. This jockeys wonder why they're all out of work. John and Ken Show Debra Mark Has the news Kfi am six, Forty John and Ken show John Kobylt and Ken. Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Welcome you tuned in to the best of the week the last hours the one that brings us the moist line people for two rounds. Have a feeling I know what they're going to be sounding off on this week, and then of course, in between, we will throw a hack in the dumpster and your clue is simple talked about it for half the show yesterday and half the show today. Of course, the big news worldwide is that president trump apparently has been diagnosed with corona virus, he and Malania along this whole picks. His top aides also a Utah US senator the president of Notre Dame. A Republican chairwoman anyway. Trump has been. Admitted to Walter Reed Medical Hospital for tests and evaluation. He might be in there for a few days that's news came out about two hours ago he was transported to Walter Reed. Let's get Dr Robert Winters on he's been on with frequently board-certified infectious disease specialist. WESTSIDE travel medicine in Santa Monica, and he's been with. US frequently to talk about. The viruses, the whole world learned over the last seven months what this thing is. Dr Winters how are you? And good afternoon gentleman. What do you make of trump being taken to the hospital? So quickly today Well I think it's being over-cautious I. Think we've learned a lot about this virus and we've talked about any times before you know the governor of California is in a position where he needs to be cautious Anthony Fauci representing sort of the National Infectious Disease Opinion. He needs to be very cautious in his statements you can't get you can't be wrong. You can't get behind the eight ball so I. Think they're probably being very, very cautious with the the president of the United States it It's not treatment that I would expect most people would have but obviously he certainly rarefied area is more likely. It's because he's president rather than. A. Sudden. Downturn in his condition. Well I don't know the exact state of his condition right now but I can tell you lease through my information. He does have mild symptoms as opposed to being a symptomatic. You know there's lots of people that can test positive and they feel perfectly. Well, there's other people that have very very mild symptoms, and at least as it's been reported to me, his current health is suggestive of very mild symptoms. But you know the reality is he is age and when you start looking at mortality death rate data for for people. It really rises above age seventy, eight, seventy, seventy, nine, mortality rate becomes eight percent when you look at age below sixty I, mean it's minimal. I think you folks have talked about that many times one percent and even less. So He's in this particular age group where you do worry about it and he has some underlying risk factors including his weight. So I think they are being very, very cautious. He also received an investigational treatment that has some promise, but it's still very early and those clinical trials. So it'd probably be best that he's monitored in a hospital. They'll. They can check a blood work frequently monitor his oxygen, and if you're asking me what the single most important. Parameter, to follow, it will be his oxygen. We every here that president trump has been placed on a supplemental oxygen to me. That's a very, very big concern because that's the one of the major problems associated with Kobe nineteen infection. And the treatment that he's getting this is polly onell antibodies. Are you familiar with this? It's investigational. It makes a Lotta Sense. You know most people have heard about the convalescent serum where you take blood from individuals that have had covid nineteen they've recovered they donate blood and you can isolate their antibody fraction and that's what you can give to people that have typically. Very, USA moderate disease moderate to severe illness. Sometimes, we give it earlier if they have underlying risk factors but that pulled serum is is pretty standard. This is different. Regina Ron. Has a product where they they isolated to antibodies that showed a lot of promise in the laboratory. And at least in early studies, these two antibodies wouldn't give early in infection. Early decreases the amount of virus sick detectable in people. In fact, the people that had the best response for in those individuals that had no antibody detected at the beginning of the trial. So this gives you like an automatic boost of antibody protection and that's really what this is all about need antibodies you need your immune system to Kinda shut down early. Infection if you don't shut down early and the viral load, the number of virus viral particles that our president if they started increasing to a dramatically large number and your immune system starts attacking this large number of viruses now you start getting all the secondary problems. You know the immune mediated disease we've talked about before. So you try to shut this infection down early and I think regeneration This product has lot a lot of at least potential. Promise to it, they create these antibodies. Yeah what they did they, they looked at the individuals that had been infected with Kovic and you know you don't make just one antibody you make a lot of different antibodies. According. To different parts of the virus and they studied a large number of them and they. In particular, these two antibody products they chose had the most success in terms of shutting down artificial of viral reproduction in a test tube. And, then you have to choose a product. So they chose these two antibodies and that's what they're doing. These clinical trials there have been several hundred people now that have received it and like I said after one week where they looked at the number of viral particles. What we call the viral load at one week it was significantly decreased as compared to the people that were controls that had not received the product. It's an antibody manufactory it's not something that was. pulled out of someone synthetic, right it was based on antibodies that people had produced when the ice the to that. That showed a lot of promise and activity. Then they were able to reproduce that antibody in the test tube. Well, be called a poly Clo- production, and then you can ramp up this antibody production very very rapidly to a large number and then start testing it. So it's all synthetic. Yes. Well, we don't know how he contracted Kuroda. Virus but. Based on, you know following him in the news. What's your take on people saying not enough mask-wearing got enough distancing. Well there you go when it comes around goes around. Yeah and probably all of those I think that close quarters we've talked about this before indoors close quarters are clearly a risk factor for transmission and I've thought early on, it's not just a droplet type of spread. That's. The meaning that if somebody they don't have to cough, they don't have to sneeze directly on you if they season and cough in a closed space, then you walk into that airspace. Half hour later, you can acquire this virus so. Air Force One I'm sure they have good air filtration but the reality is I've seen the President I've seen lots of folks nearby including. His immediate staff not wearing masks and. All I can tell you is I I'm I'm I'm sad to see certainly sad to hear beginning last evening that he became infected I can't say I'm surprised you know this virus we've talked before it's opportunistic it takes advantage of any possibility any break in technique indoor somebody is carrying it and they're not very symptomatic and but there they'd be coughing or perhaps spitting a little bit. Well, they're talking that's the perfect opportunity spread it and I have to tell you the number of folks that I've taken care of. That have had really. Benign relatively mild exposures they went to a party for an hour and it turned out somebody had was carrying the virus and five ten days later they are catastrophically ill and it's kind of funny that we've been seeing now an increase, not just the respiratory problems but a lot of kidney and heart related issues I've got a number of folks now that have ended up requiring hemodialysis from acute covert infection. So you know the all these potential concerns are. Are Not going to be ignored or somebody like. In some cases, you have mild symptoms for a while and then maybe after a week or so things really go south that with what's the time line of that happening of the possibility but. It's a good question, but I think there's so many variables that play here. It's hard to give you a black and white answer because here's a reality. One variable is age we talked about you know younger people having minimal risk of dying and older people having a greater risk. So age is a variable. your medical history if the obesity underlying immune suppression underlying heart disease that's now another variable, and then you know something that's coming to the forefront. Now is really the level of exposure. If you have a couple of viral particles, you know somehow get into your nasal cavity your immune system probably could control that pretty well, and you're you're unlikely to develop very aggressive disease, but if you suddenly. Get exposed even a young person or save middle aged gets exposed to a very high. What we call the knock Elam, a large amount of virus somebody sneezes right into your face and you get exposed to hundreds of thousands and millions of viral particles and that one act. Your immune system is going to be overwhelmed because you have you don't have protective Atta body in that first five or seven days, and you've had this terrific viral load exposure and those are the people that now that tend to have probably more aggressive illness. So what I can tell you is the first few days. It could be mild illness because you may be had mild exposure, but we've seen a lot of people beginning week. Number two especially going into week number three star developing not just covid related problems. Potential becomes the immune system related problems where your immune system instead of protecting, you begins how to start hurting your your lungs. It hurts your heart you start having a blood plotting issues, and like I said earlier, you start developing kidney problems and ultimately can result in kidney failure, but all has to do with these variables. So you take a young person. That has a very small viral exposure and the you know they're healthy. They're not going to have much illness and that really probably represents the large number of young people out there. That's why it's very mild to nothing illness. But my Gosh, you got an older person that gets a very heavy exposure to this virus There's a higher that they are going to have a bad outcome. Dr Winters. Thank you for coming on once again and sharing your thoughts. All the pleasure. Dr Robert Winters infectious disease specialist he's got a practice in Santa Monica, and he's with West Side Travel Medicine? INC IMMUNIZATIONS AND COVID. Nineteen consulting the quick update is it supposedly trump's systems symptoms include a low grade fever cough and nasal congestion, and also adding to this tonight supposedly at least three reporters that cover the White House have tested positive for covert nineteen. The Moist Line is next John and Ken Show John? 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Could hire unter fighting to electric or out here I'm sure that Ukraine doesn't have any rolling blackout. For Them Thank you for your. Great hanging out. You go round one. Of the voice line. By the way, some of the tabloids reporting that trump was having trouble breathing. And that's why they decided to admit him. Yeah I'm skeptical. Up. Skeptical of abundance of caution now is I, don't think he would have gone on quotas this serious I supposedly from an insider I think something. Well actually I saw a graphic that something spooked him and he he agreed to go. I don't think he'd go to the hospital unless he really had. No, he's a man's man ask no hospital men don't go to. No needles no. Don't need none of men are carried out hospitals. More. Yeah. Hacking dumpsters, next John, and Ken show John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere. On the iheartradio APP well, just in. Another US senator who attended the unveiling of the Supreme Court nominee Saturday in Washington, DC. That's when the president presented. Eighty coney baroness. His selection has tested positive for the coronavirus. It's Thom Tillis of North Carolina. Reappear here. Republican. He is. I think all the Republicans. attended the unveiling of because there's another Guy Mike Lee us is a Republican from Utah. Well these guys are out of commission. They're not going to be able to vote to get rid. Republicans only have fifty one votes they have all these Republicans ending up in the ICU well quickly. Anyway journalists unnamed, we're wondering if that was maybe a super spreader event, but there seems like it seems like patient zero was. Who was that? I don't know. I've read that that can really be a thing. Where the guy in New York. He was I think it was a lawyer I. Remember that community in upstate New York Jewish community that got quarantine. New Rochelle New York. There's like that one guy gave a lot of people the Corolla he went to. Services is at a synagogue. and. Then he got he got on the train and he went to New York. City and hung out with people in his office right right. But he spread it to a lot of people at the synagogue by now super spreaders. Yeah. All right. Well, it's time to put a hack in a dumpster. We only thought about this story about four o'clock during yesterday's show, but it rose right to the top to throw somebody in the dumpster, and that's this new requirement which takes effect in a few days in the state of California. The more populous counties, which is basically all of them because the population level they site here is just over six thousand people in order to move forward on the colored T. chart to reopen bore businesses and to allow people to attend more events, you're gonNA have to meet an equity requirement. You're going to have to make sure that the case levels and positively rates in your lower income. Racial communities is much better and maybe more in line with the rest of the county. So Black Hispanic and poor communities have to have a lower infection rate than they currently have otherwise nobody can open up. Because they're they have a much higher rate than White Asian and middle class and. Middle, class communities. So we're stuck. We're. which is preposterous for obvious reasons. Because these counties are so big I mean in La County. This eighty-eight separate towns Lancaster's in La. County and Long Beach. What what what? I don't understand why they don't have more more narrow targeted. Policies based on local conditions. Why why are we allowing them to have this power? This is just bullying here. So. Allegedly they're gonNA, give out specific positive case rate numbers that larger counties must meet in their poorer cities neighborhoods to move to a less restricted level of reopen. What are we supposed? There's nothing we can do about this. I would think that the county board of Supervisors in the county health department have to have a plan to this. They don't because there's no way to lower the rate unless people decide to follow the hygiene rules there's no amount of as nomadic testing you can do. Testing just tells you after they caught it that they have it. But it doesn't prevent anything from from. Spreading. And again, we're in situations where what we're talking about are essential workers that is they're working in service industries that have remained open fast food places, grocery stores, meat processing plants, and then they go home to more crowded households what how how is the at work or whatever it can move right through or somebody else in the house? Has It it to work? How did it has the rest of a county? Like what am I supposed to do about a crowded work environment at the meat processing plant? Really what am I supposed to? Stop eating. Meat. Good idea which I thought man so. Why don't you call Gavin newsom hotline and suggest that and then it'll be unemployed and there's other trouble with that. So apparently, the woman behind this is a woman who was. In, charge of Alameda, county's public health department move over to the state to become the top state epidemiologist, and now she's the acting public. What this is I think the other one quit a couple of months ago left-wing Progressive Kooks who have managed to insert race ethnicity into everything even this virus situation, the virus goes where it has an opportunity. If. People are living in close quarters then yeah. Running the family's GonNa get it. What what what are we on the outside supposed to do? So her name is Dr Erica Pan. Here is some audio of her talking about what is `isolation housing. It's not her talk about this new thing because he hasn't made any public statements issued a statement but. We'll play this I know what she sounds like. We'll get the mob in here to throw in the dumpster. What we need again to more effectively rigo contain this pandemic is to make sure that you know as you said, if there's someone in a crowded household where they can't have their own bedroom and bathroom that we really should be trying to. Isolate them member this not. Going into people's homes in taking them away. Isolated. But this crackpot was pushing that idea to tell everybody started screaming about it and. Get them. In here and the Serbians. Polish. Do we. Get to pay open in. Bigger, put her in the dumpster crazy land. Grabs. Can't filter home if they don't have a home trying to find. Slanted honor you like that Dr Erica pandemic. I that's who goes into dumpster. We're going to be following this story. Steve Gregory is asked the La County Health Department for more on this. He emailed them hasn't heard back from the AD is. Not. going. To know that's usually how they treat. The rest of the voice line colors, next John, and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou. Kfi Am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio. APP. Tropical storm that has formed in the Gulf of Mexico, and it's well, they had the name. Gamma. Beta they ran out of human names. They did they ran to the whole alphabet. Yeah. They've had a lot of storms. Gamba is one. which follows Beta but comes after Beta gamma. Sigma Phi. The whole fraternity and Sorority I don't I don't know the order of the Greek Alphabet Alphabet. Let's finish up with the rest of the voice line you leave a message, we play some. Listen to what you have to blather at US and the rest of the world one, eight, seven, seven, eighty-six. John. Again, we're so excited to hear from you. It's about time. John and Ken listening to you talk about. How Governor Newsom is not being responsive. To addressing the horrible things happening in the state. And it occurred to me. California is bankrupt. Now, we've noted bankrupt because they don't have the money to pay for all the tensions and everything. California in. A Bankrupt. Guys a homeless guy feel the top gun. Along capitol. Set. Nine. And the Cuban dead and then the other purview out ninety end fix am because. Again. Vagrant stupider some criminal or whatever whatever happened to accountability. Wasn't afraid that. A. Ri-. Homeless Guy Got John. Yeah the new. Color Code got. Purpose for wouldn't they put your hands around your throat you can't walk and go anywhere stay inside pig I. You know taken Newsom booth. Is probably a star Trek and has. been thrilled with the idea that they can use lithium crystals. To, make everything fi drive. Go. Without any. Emissions. whoever. Unnoticed Gavin newsom practicing his whole gorilla boy. Quite quite frequently here I guess. I guess he cracked at home. We'll sound like more of a man with a fine. We should be going back to find his worm ears with. This damn. High speed rail they did this back in nine. Bought a bunch of line. Land spend a bunch of money and thing happened. This should be criminal. They've done this to US wise. Now, nobody has memory in California. One time I went into my girlfriend's. Bathroom. And along the TUB. They were all lined up drying condoms. Her husband would read condoms. My Aching Oh you're just. Lack is Joe Biden's I've. Got Quite. Frank Sinatra Baby. Joe Biden Mary impact. They're called Joe. Let. The. Out. In your. Still by is. To read on. Just, want to say, thank you governor Newsom for your executive order making gasoline cars illegal I purchase electric vehicle yesterday, and today Caroli-. So. Said because of the shortage of electricity I couldn't plug in electric bill I call my. Making him and I got my nation notice. So I'll be returning my dead electric vehicle I'll be taking metro to La Food Bank, and I'll be waited until October. The fifth one, the Department again takes applications for unemployment benefits. Thank you for you're not. Hang up by. That's not a good week for him out. Side. Is there for at one? Eight seven seven, moist eighty, six okay. We've got Tim Conway Junior coming up. Is He is he available? Is he in the building testing testing testing? and. A subtle ding-dong tonight. Somber Dingo. But anyway, we'll talk about what's going on in Washington DC with Donald Trump and Dr Ray. Sherry will come on and I talk about He's a pulmonologist talk about what somebody of Donald Trump's age might be looking at over the next week or two Chris Ancarlo will come on talk about those crazy propositions and then a guy who works or manages or owns not really sure a gun store and he says he can't keep guns in the store every time he gets one somebody comes in and buys it can't order enough done believable as we're all on our own I. Could. You know what I've had two friends in the last two months called me I don't know why and say, Hey, anybody that helped me get a gun and I said, okay under one condition I'll help you out by you can't keep voting the way you've been voting. This is why you want to. Write. Your votes says led to this need. That's right. Got To change it up a little and then I'll help you out here I. Gavin Gray weekend to. Dig. Grant as the news Kfi am six forty.

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Thursday 23 May

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Thursday 23 May

"You're listening to Midori house first broadcast on the twenty third of may two thousand and nineteen on monocle twenty four. Hello, and welcome to Madari house coming to you live from studio, one here in London. I'm Andrew Mueller on today show remembering Judith Kerr eight titan of children's literature who died today. Chilling. Really? That's what I, I like doing. And something I can do. And, and writing bit. But mainly droid marquess. Yes. Men Abdelmajid and some left Butterball. We'll be discussing this and the day's other top stories including another term and an increased mandate for Indian prime minister Narendra Modi. The European Parliament's elections beginning today, and whether there is any country in, which they are not a populist circus, and the revelation that we've been calling Japan's Prime Minister the wrong name, that's all coming up on Madari house on monocle twenty four. And welcome to Madari house. My guests today are the author and broadcaster yes-men, Abdulmajid, and some Neff Butterball lecturer in media, and development and international journalism at so s welcome both and we will start in India, which has released the results of its recent election. The biggest election ever held in the whole history of everything. We've more than six hundred million people voting to nobody's great surprise, if to less than universal jubilation, it has proved a thumping endorsement of incumbent prime minister Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party who look on course to win around three hundred of the five hundred and forty-three seats in the lock SABA moldy. Conveyor full look forward to another five year term backed by the biggest mandate of any politician on earth, or indeed, really in all of human history on some noth-. What is his secret? Because this is a this is a big win. There is no perceptible backlash against the incumbent or anything like that. He's actually extended his mandate just quickly. One thing it's nine hundred million not six hundred million three hundred nine hundred million registered voters, six hundred million actually voted done. Ten out of ten. But with this win, I think, moody has joined the ranks of two other conic Indian post independence, India leaders, Joel Nehru and Indira Gandhi, who both manage to bring their party back to power without any coalition. No one else has done this. So that's massive to be counted amongst the father and daughter, do very different politics. But the other thing is brand moody has won this election was fought by the BJP and their allies, as a vote for them vote for the BJP mental vote for me. That's the other thing and moody despite five years in power has managed to retain his outsider status though. His the incumbent party, he manages to retain his poor boy, image, his he grew up setting on railway platforms, which the questions asked about it. But that in the is that the, that's a great damage to be able to Rama. Against the boom to rule Ganda firm that he was. Absolutely. And, and look at what has happened with the, the congress rally, Gandhi for the first time the family has lost their omit he seat, which was always supposed to be meant for the Ghandi's over born to kind of get back there and outside its meteorology comes and blows him away congress, wherever they have gone head to head with the BJP hundred eighty eight seats silicon testing. I think the BJP has one hundred seventy four of them does ninety three percent last time in two thousand fourteen where the congress was wiped out that was about eighty six percent of Hoover individually and the congress contested, except for job and Carolina. Congress is nowhere to be seen. What's very interesting is the BJP has come into places in eastern India, where they never had any foothold West Bengal. They're on course in about twenty seats which just seems seemed impossible last year. So. Huge thumping mandate and. Now perhaps is the time. But in the BJP looks set to rule India for the next five ten years next. Fifteen years, Ken, the politics of minority humping can those things change. Can you know, can a more secure prime minister become a visionary prime minister, well, it doesn't really seem that he wants that I mean, it, it seems very much the case that it's majoritarian rule. Right. And, and the reason why and so the sort of dissect kilo. So the leadership that we've, we've looked to India to demonstrate I think, and, which a nation that has been so mixed has done so relatively successfully for a number of decades. I think this is a total reversal of that. And what's really interesting, the rhetoric is that there is no interest in appeasing minorities. It is very much about. I mean things like the, the citizens register and so on. And even Modi's earn history as, as male does not give any indication. In that he's interested in a society that, that is inclusive in any way. You're absolutely right. But the first speech, it gives today, he talks about federalism and respect for the constitution. Of course, they with a huge amount of salt, because even in two thousand fourteen once elections, who are won his first speech from the Red Fort was that divisive politics and rhetoric like this must stop. Didn't so I am not putting but that's what divisive rhetoric Titians always say, though. They never give speeches going. Yeah. You division Andrew. I'm trying to look I. Days. Yeah. But I mean just to follow that point up yes-men Narendra Modi is not. I think it's fair to say on his record so far, one of life's conciliators, and reconcilers do, we have to admit the obviously depressing pulse ability, that there are some politicians, muddy, perhaps being one of them who succeed not in spite of the tendency towards sectarian, divisiveness, but actually pretty much because of I think unfortunately, we do, and I think it sometimes, you know, it is at tendency to look for the silver lining into think. Well, maybe it's not as bad as it seems to be. But sometimes, I think we have to sort of face up to the fact that will yet it is, actually, maybe this bad, and, and then the question becomes, what do we do about this, and I remember, I mean, thinking about this and looking and listening to the conversations of friend Muslim Indian friends of mine, who are sort of saying, well, do, we do we leave the cities where inhabiting do we leave our homes because of the bigotry that we're now seeing an anomaly, just seeing bit is no? Normalized, in a way, that has not been normalized in L lifetimes. I like people, cool, people look at sort of Trump as someone who who's divisive, but I think many Indians, particularly those for minority groups would say moody is a much a monster in that compared to Trump. And so I genuinely think that sometimes by by seeming that, this, this support is a side product or people aren't supporting them because of this terrorism. We need to be wide eyed and accept that actually, maybe this is what people want. And we need to figure out a way around that whether it's changing what people want or saying saying that we need to have some sort of other vision that is more compelling. It is a much more difficult ask. But I think we need to do that. We're moving seamlessly alone on the subject of elections and populism, we will take a look at the European Union parliamentary elections, which are beginning today, including here in the UK nearly three years after the UK voted to stop voting in them as has become tiresomely traditional of light with any variety of election anywhere in Europe, these elections are being widely, perceived as a referendum on native, est, populism and for all the difference, it is likely to make the campaigns various nativist populists have reminded us once more that unimaginative competent career politicians might not be the worst things in the world. Then some, I guess, to, to see what we were just discussing then there have been various gaffes outbursts, etcetera attributed to various native is popular during this campaign, whether it's marine Le Pen making white supremacist hand gestures, or, and any number of others in this, in this country alone, largely attributable to Brexit, the Brexit party and a U Kip, does any of that actually costs them a single vote. Any, unfortunately they get more publicity in these days of social media and quick, images being Twitter and what's up it doesn't really bother them? That's why Trump gets the popularity drive that he has at any other time in politics in our history. I think I would have kind of welcomed, this shakeup of this old boys club, that is European politics. You know, and, but these are not normal times, and you cannot kind of think of voting as in protest, we've seen what happened with Brexit. So while as you say that extreme extreme politics on both the left and right have emerged, because of what's happening in Europe still the old boys network, at least, but this time will manage to cover the crevices and batch together. There George and continue. But it's a very clear indication that thinks need to change even in Europe, however much we have blamed Brexit and Boris, and you know, kind of right-wing politics in UK. It's a clear indication that things will not go along this way. And their various reasons for it just Mundus stops away. We'd familiar to try and make sense off because I, I will no more young colors to the mast and say that if, if there was a party launched just called the, the dreary competence party who campaigned on the slogan of you, barely know where here I vote for them in a heartbeat. But is there again, I'm I'm trying to possibly trying too hard to find an optimistic assessment of people's attraction to far right? Nativist parties. Is it actually the hatred that excites people and the rage that excites, people recent people expecting their politics to entertain them? I'm not sure it's either of those two. I it's something this reminds me of I went to every inch. Testing sort of myth, busting seminar recently, which talked about the way we use language and the reality that if you go out and say, there's this myth, and we want to bust it or there's, this incorrect fact, and we want to tell you what the true fact is because you're repeating this in correcting over and over and over people actually end up remembering the incorrect thing. And, and so if you've got images of, you know far right? Politicians, constantly on your screen people don't often remember what they've even said. But it's the familiarity off seen that person's name before you know, they go to strong vibe from them, whatever it might be a genuinely thing when it comes to politics. Yes, you've got people on the extremes who actually care about the pulses, but even people, I know who are interested in politics. Couldn't tell you really the difference between the change you k- potty or the independence, or even if they're the same group. And so I think was members of the change your. I mean, that's an indictment. Right. So how would people your average person who's trying to pay the rent trying to feed their kids in a dual that unpaid attention to whatever's going on in Brussels? I think genuinely it's it we go down to L like unconscious biases, who are the people. We see who the strong images that, that come to mind and occasional might put my hat into throat, my hands that ring some sort of analogy like that. I mean, I guess you're right in the sense that three years ago, you and I wouldn't have known of Tommy Robinson. Now we do because of all the milkshakes been thrown at him. And Russia guess. Yeah. And so I mean coming back to your question, I think generally people all wanting some sort of competence, generally people want governance that allows them to live a functional life. But nobody really I think, has the, the trouble is nobody can tell you who the competent body is. And that's the struggle for your average. You are. You are struggling to pick one certainly in this country at the moment. And to look at the, the UK's contribution, I mean bleakly hilarious that it is to these a you elections. Some all the polls suggests that the, the Brexit party now led by Nigel Farage will will win this pretty handily, which will be, I guess, pretty unsurprising unless there is a, a sudden bump in turn out, turn out in the UK for these something like the Australian elections happen here, usually very. Yeah. But if if the Brexit party does finish top of this particular poll. Does that actually make any difference to anything really? Not beyond. I think a nuisance value. I think it the national politics in general elections, which will be coming up in the UK might will not be swayed completely by whatever the performance of the Brexit party here is, but Nigel Farraj will get more and more prominence his party and whatever coalition politics, he will try with. The next story leader he will create a lot of trouble and has been just pointed out, more, and more media outlets will have to him, the BBC's. Telegraph in. He gets front pages and telegraph even the guardian has started to mention him. So he moves into your drawing room conversations isn't so one thing for is that I find interesting is that he is the, the face of the sort of almost like disenfranchised, kind of, you know, we want to leave Europe and yet, he's a former investment banker, and he's now got some charge for his, his friend giving him a four hundred and fifty thousand pound gift, and I need friends. Lots. Who among us? Been concert half a million quid so we can carry on living in L townhouse in Chelsea exactly these questions. I asked myself on regular basis. Titians managed to pull that of moody, in India, Trump being another great example, used basically, what we're saying here that maybe we should get into native as populism because it seems to be with him. I didn't think I follow money. Just just a final thought on this Ron Yasmine before we move on to return to my own political dreamland of assorted parties of tediously, competent, anonymous technocrats arguing over extremely quickly trivial, details of policy, the you, I guess that's what it's supposed to be. Has it actually done a bad job of selling itself, especially in the UK and selling the importance of its elections, does the you deserve? Some blame for the fact that consistently consistently Bailey, third of British people have ever bought the devote in EU elections. I don't think more than three or four UK citizens in one hundred could tell you the name of their EMMY pe-, if you held a gun at their head. Yeah. It's interesting, though, because I think if you want a bunch of boring technocrats, then okay, going to be good at marketing. And so I think it's kind of it's impossible of, of their roles. Their roles to think about, you know, deep details about trade policy and get into the weeds, and so on. And so it's kind of sadly, just really not the best setup for forgetting votes, what we do with that. I'm not sure. But I, I think that maybe by the fact that nobody knows about them. They've done a decent job. We'll they could just hire nargile for us to do that. We are going to take a short break. Now, you are listening to Madari house, with me under moolah along with yes-men Abdelmajid and some nut butter boil. Coming up next name, the prime minister of Japan wrong. Tired of seeing the same few tedious toys, haunts. 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It turns out that Japan's current prime minister is Rb Shinzo in keeping with the Japanese tradition shared by China and Korea of placing surnames. I Japan's foreign minister taro Connor or Connor Toro, has asked foreign language media to get with the program as Japan embarks on the new railroad era this month. Yes. Man. I mean it, it seems fair enough. If this is what he decides he'd rather be cold to call him that. But should there be any if not resistance than bewilderment being asked to go along with this? I think I feel very. Personally attached this story. And I'll tell you why. Because I my parents made me. Yes. Mean right. Which is like the IRA big version of jasmine. But I've always introduced myself as Yasmin simply because it's kind of easier for everyone. And, you know, I grew up in Brisbane, Australia. And you've seen was a little too complicated for everyone. I was like, what no. So in the last year of been trying to introduce myself in a different way, using the name used me and people don't get that were the same person and, and it's not that big of a difference. And I am not a prime minister of a country, but it's really fascinating that when you shift even something slightly prince pronunciation, or whatever it really puts people off it really sort of it people. Find it quite jarring. And so on one hand, I can get that the Japanese are like you know what the reason that we decided to have a more westernized way of doing things is because we were trying to sort of show, western Europe that, that we were civilized, and so on, and so on. But now we've come into our own and, you know, we've done, we've done out therapy, and we've realized we know. We are now. Right. Like I can get that. But I also want to send everyone being like okay we're really confused. And this is maybe going to cost a lot of money. People are confused because this is something as you point out the Japan started doing some while ago during the Meiji era about one hundred and fifty years ago because they were trying to be more international. And I think there's a certain amount of responsive like why have you not said something before now? I would like to mention the problems with my name, too, but I. I can I can personally relate about twenty seven different ways to pronounce it. It's way more complicated than it looks apparently, most been going have been changed, but the English so you know, that started with the most famous one to gorving there. But I think that to do very clear strands to this, and both need to be accepted, and we don't have to agree to one, one is the decolonizing movement, which is which place, part in western in west new Europe that in the institution, which had go do that Fowler has been embedded in ways. We think what whenever we kind of try and deviate from it in as like why do you need to do it at all? Things are fine. Ideo homeland your effort to as person who gives somebody else. A right to change it. Yes, you have changed once upon a time because of certain reasons. So now you're feeling confident enough to say, hey, hang on, do you mind? This is the way we do it here. Would you mind kind of responding to it in, if I call you, Donald Trump and not Trump Donald could you? You give me the same respect to there's a case for it. The other the other pro the problem with it is that there's a revival of nationalism worldwide. There's this, right way. So you think this is maybe akin to those renaming of Indian cities for this one aspect is civilized nation where you go back to roots to think through philosophy a lot about yourself. That's that's one movement that the gore and the Gandhi movement in India. And then there's a movie movement, which is or the Nehru movement, which is changing everything they're gone. The Rajiv Gandhi and then trying to get it back. So both strands, I think work, it's a political moment when you're foreign minister just before the summer Olympics says, so there's a bit of the political moment in it, but we shouldn't completely throw it away as a gimmick, because there's been a lot of, you know how we see ourselves has been defined by the west and after point, it's not really bad to stand up and say, no, this is not how white myself. My father has never called me that, who the hell are you just turn? In report, that there is there is absolute carnage going on, on the discussion page of Shinzo arby's Wikipedia page about this. But is that is that basically the point should we generally come down on referring to people, and places by the native names? And then you get to the way does this stop thing. Do we then have to become those insufferable, people who referred to places like Florence and Paris, as, as the locals would refer to them? I think I mean I'm the slippery slope argument is always there, but I don't know. Like I don't think that the slippery slope is going to take us to, like the depths of depravity, like, I think it's, it's, it's, it's, it's not that sort of long slippery slope. I generally think that if we're interested in respecting each other and respecting other cultures and other civilizations in the same way that we want to be respected, then she'll it, let's try to do things the way that, that they'd want to in the same way that you might say, a tourist is someone who goes to another place in expects to be treated the way, they'd be treated at home, in a traveler is someone who visits, and tries to sort of understand what it's like in that place, perhaps yet might be a little bit uncomfortable. But I'm sure it's uncomfortable the other way round as well. And so perhaps it's we're in this interesting moment, where on one hand, yes. There is nationalism, and there is high buzz sort of nationalism that, that can go in, in ways at very dangerous. But perhaps it's also a moment where we're like, all right. What does a post Cologne? Society, decolonized society, actually look like okay, well, let's move along finally with a salute to the children's author Judith Kerr, who has died after ninety five will lived years Kerr whose family fled Germany, for the UK in one thousand nine hundred thirty three was the author of dozens of will love children's books. Most notably the tiger who came to tea and the long running mortgage series. She also wrote a children's trilogy based on her recollections of the rise of Nazism. And when Hitler stole pink rabbit has since being taught in schools in Germany, the UK and elsewhere some natural start with the, the obvious right to start. He was due in particular have any Judith Kerr memories reminiscences and or observations, not in my childhood because, you know, I grew up in other parts of the way. But in the last three years immensely because of my five year old and I love the mock series and I watch animation on now on YouTube, you can see these. We read and the tiger who came to just fantastic. So my, my. My enjoyment of Kerr has been as a forty five year old forty two year old adult and then three in the last three years is a remarkable and my son loves loves her books. I haven't managed to tell him that she has moved on. What is your son gets out of them? Do you think more into see respond to those as opposed to other children's books, but I try not put him on paper pig because of. Got milk, plus England reasons. But I don't know. I. I think kids respond very, very quickly, what they like. And what they don't and the fascination of a young girl sitting down for food and tiger walking in. It's an attention grabber, and he seemed perfectly fine with it. And he did you know, it was a two and a half three year old has that would at least a cat or a dog come in for teeth. Yes. When you you've written for young adults that least an what do you think the secret is, I guess, not just literature of that level, but also for much younger kids because I think there's a temptation for all professional authors to look at children's books and just on. There's like seventy words there. Now, this knock this afternoon, but it but it clearly is simple. Is it the biggest mistake, I think, is thinking that the younger your writing for the easier it is. Because especially when you're writing illustrated book, so when you're creating illustrated books, because you, you have to be really careful of and I, I had a whole detail conversation with an illustrator and. An author recently, which is why I have any knowledge on, on this is that you tell the story in pictures and words and so offers a used to telling all the stories through words. But there's no point repeating what the picture says, in words. And so that's a mistake, I think, children's authors or people sort of authors coming into the children's base often mistake, and also authors are not always that good at illustrating and vice versa. And so trying to get the right match between deal astray shin and the and the, the vibe and the texture in the colors, and so on is quite tricky. And I mean, ultimately, we, we sometimes underestimate, how much young kids and people understand about the world and often, we think we want to tell them stories that we think is good for them rather than just telling stories that are good for them all that, that they are interested capable of handling or did want to ask you, both if you do have any particular favorites of your own from childhood with a Judith Kerr, not a nets. Basically just so I can make one of my intermittent plugs for the beautiful, but existential, terrifying a and children's book of Berkeley's creek by Jenny Wagner, which I as I was saying before we came on I read, again as an adult awhile ago, having not looked at it for four decades. And just thinking, what the hell kind of thing is this to put in front of a five year old because spoiler alert there is a happy ending. But wow, do you have to work for it? But Nevertheless, I do recommend it just not necessarily for very, small children of sensitive disposition. Some not. Do you have a particular favorite one? That's stuck in your head. Yeah. Depressed child Charlie Brown's peanuts series. There was Tintin and phantom, too. But obviously given my life's led the trajectory of my life, Charlie Brown has been the favourite and I still go back to most of my life's philosophy and taught has kind of come out with the specials. Was the one that's stuck with your from your much more recent childhood. Well Simpson's definitely I mean I names, my first Guinea, pigs Guinea, pig into number two the first one met his demise, but, but actually. That would have been good. I, I actually read quite a lot of an Arabic book called jihad which is kind of just about this character who really just kept getting himself in in ridiculous situations. And so it was lots of lessons, and my dad being done. Do jihad. Does mostly? I think that, that was the objective of that. But I think what's, what's really interesting also about children's books is that I kind of I've recently started buying them again. And like my excuse has been full, you know, the kids of my friends, but really some of them, a beautifully illustrated, and the there've been homing. So, you know, maybe not so long ago at all. I will just sign off with also giving a plug from my other favorite book that I was bought as a child that was buying American children's illustrated cold Elizabeth Kilfoyle, and it was called, nobody listens to Andrew. And just mentioning that because again, spoiler alert the moral of that book turns out to be that everybody just should've listened to Andrew and that does bring us to the end of today's show. Yes-men Abdelmajid, and some better by all thank you for joining us, Atma Dory, house, the show was produced by nine though Augusta per Sheku research by Neil amnesia L studio manager, it was Christie Evans music, next nineteen hundred. It's the urban us. There's more on the day's main stories on the daily at twenty two hundred your host for that as well. Madari house returns at eighteen hundred London time tomorrow. I'm Andrea mullahs. Thanks for listening.

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Episode 321  Caston Thomas talks Security, New Projects and More

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Episode 321 Caston Thomas talks Security, New Projects and More

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Congratulations adorable you'll made brokers Sherri you made A. Hey speaking of a guilfoil. I don't know if you've caught this week in Silicon Valley episode six season. Six on one dropped no no. I haven't watched it absolutely. So I'll I'll do a little spoiler. It's a frigate the shows a riot. And it's still it's still as good as it's ever been but You Connection Guilfoil. It should be. That show does them going out and So kilfoyle based gay rights a chat box. Because he's sick. Talking to dash and dash catches watches them. Because he's at the coffee station and he's like wait a minute. What is this bullshit your? What's talking Amigos? Today I bought Yup and then they made friends and then you so basically talk to him and he goes. I hate the new guy and he goes. Can you write a lot of talk to him. So he goes and they're sitting there and they're like Oh my God what's going to happen and win a identity toxic kilfoyle and in the network just goes down right and then the next thing you know they're an HR and she goes. We have six thousand pages of racist hateful comments. I'm now wasn't ourselves our AI bots and the HR is like. I don't know what you're talking about. It's gotTA check it out. It's it's it's a riot do not even it related but this. This is the dumbest thing that I read this week and I had we were no no. You'RE GONNA dive into that No so it's michigan-based because a Michigan Court just ruled that apparently When you go to get your tires rotated at a place Service does not necessarily have to. We have to require tightening. The Lug nuts on your vehicle and the reason why the Michigan courts ruled on this because a couple took her car into get their tires rotated made it about thirty feet away from the place and they're left front tyre flew off their car because do didn't tighten the lug nuts So yeah that's the thing there and and and so there's no legal protection now for if if McCain screws up on something stupid like that because technically it's not part part of the service they ruled. Well hopefully the mechanic place has fire insurance coming back with a Molotov cocktail. Yeah their name on it. Well and then I I'd be we. Yeah I mean this is just a loose interpretation of the rules from the judge so I expect the legislature to pass a bill tightening this up pretty soon. The judge was building model airplanes today before mark. I'm a sense of ever heard. And then you know we. We'd be remiss again just because it's a local story you know the whole founders. Detroit dumpster fire. That happened over the course of the past week. Mother of God. How who did this is one of the dumbest honestly got how they reacted to something? That was blatantly. Wrong is one of the dumbest usually people say. I'm sorry we're GONNA go through diversity training or this person's been fired no diversity down right. The diversity person quit and double down like s so that was Friday. It was one of the dumbest depositions I've ever seen so here. Here's the thing I took not a kinder view towards the deposition but I can understand because I've been in depositions before and I've given Indep position before and the lawyers coach you they beat it into your head that you are not to speculate you are not to guess you are not to equivocate. You already give basically yes or no answers. And if you can't give it yes yes or no answer you ask for clarification to put them on the spot not you now. There comes a certain point in time when you have to use your own brain and be a human being because yes the manager that sitting there going well. I didn't know if he was black. Really you didn't know you'd did you notice. The skin tone was different. Yeah well what did that mean will what do you mean while. Are you aware that the red awful did you know that Michael Jordan is black. Don't know no never met him. What what wait what? No it read. Read that that's with destroy like red soap but like I said I wanNA take your side on that but now there's comes at this point where that the general common sense. Yeah you know pizzas food. What do you mean all? That's why you eat it eat it. How like I loved? I loved the lawyer Afford Tracy They're basically said No. I assure you you do not need any clarification on this. You know right As point you can't easily what Monday that leaked right I think it was Thursday Friday this show on Wednesday so like I kind of knew something was happening Wednesday The employees were over at In the courtyard Area of DAC Planning for what was going to happen Saturday. So so I kind of knew that was coming That gets announced Thursday morning immediately followed by founders. Basically saying hey we're just closing the Detroit taproom indefinitely you know until further notice and e. Yeah so but now. Here's here's my conspiracy theory like. Here's my theory about this. Because the founder said over they were worried about the safety of the employees in that can do there is there is there. There was no threat. Your employer wants employees whatsoever. Not I don't buy that But so think about it so the CBS release. which is they're probably their most popular beer when it comes to release a BS? CBS's Saturday so there's a on. That was the other part. Yeah so they. They want other breweries last week. Start pulling out of the beer fast. That's at eastern market because founders involved Wednesday founders pulls out and so other restart stepping back in. Then you've got this protest. That's planned for Saturday while the beer fest is going on during CBS release. Nah Man. They closed that brewery because they didn't want because it's always a media circus when those releases happened so to have that many people wrapped around the block with the media. Because you know the media is is going to be sitting there asking to run their mouth asking people for their opinions and that kind of stuff. That's why they close got two other theories one is. They sold out to the Spanish so they could care less because they well. The just not finalized yet. It doesn't finals until the end of January. I thought it was. I thought it was final. It just doesn't kick in until January. Twenty Okay Yeah and then the other one is that location was losing their as I'm I I wouldn't dispute that either. I mean and so you feel for the people that work there with it being closed. It's everybody's getting paid. I okay. That's fine for like the brewers and those kind of people but like the servers that you know. Aren't you know the basically worked for tips it how are you going to pay them You know I mean that that's just not going to work out And it's it's sad for CASS corridor. I mean good battering different. You know how you felt about founders before all this this happen I mean that was one more reason for people to come to CASS corridor and hang out and that kind of stuff and that's not their place yeah You know it was cool did you. Did you watch dolemite this weekend. I did not I did. I'm trying to play catch up on like so many other things. That's totally on my list. But no I and I've heard it's phenomenal. So so here's the thing if you if you're not in the know it was like the original Blaxploitation Kinda machete and You know and then basically what they it. It was very endearing by the end of it. You'RE GONNA love it the way. The story played out of the way. It was the way it was done. Eddie Murphy was he sounded too much like Eddie Murphy a few. But I get it like it's Eddie Murphy But wow what a cool honestly I would I would I would. I would have awesome little story that was and I mean. Everyone watched that movie or grow up up with it. And that's where you learn. Oh God yeah. Have you talked to any rapper. They're going to be like. Yeah that's the guy that taught us how to the originator of rap will how many how many so how many rap songs out there. How many rap lyrics out there include dolemite right well you you like? Basically was the king of saying the math math four. Yeah and but like you didn't know it was. It was a total shock to me on on how the story came about so it was very cool and how it ended like it was just. It was a great ending. Feels very feel good but Yeah I do have really bad. News is free about remember. I know how near this. Your heart. I don't know if you caught a Rogan's interview with Edward Snowden yes And so snowden admitted that like not only all the stuff that he's ready but he did go poking all through the CIA files all through the government's files and and he can confirm not only. Are there no away aliens at area fifty one but yes indeed. We did land on the Moon Bullshit of fraud. That's why he's that's that's why he's going to get arrested. That's why he's nobody believes him. He's making up crap. They pay them to say that that we didn't let that. There's no aliens when we landed. The government says will make you a deal will only give you forty years in prison right. Savy landed on the Moon Bullshit. I don't know So too good. Robot stories came out One that scares the hell out of me and one that made me laugh Boston dynamics there little spot. The Dog That we've talked about a million times is about to go on the market. It's going on by the way video going around that L.. Looks Insanely Real. And it's no. It's Boston with to us. Oh lost town boss town and it's like basically robocop Nicky pinned with a hockey stick on target and then they put bs on. Its face like this goofy and like fuck. I'm watching it like. Oh my God. We're all dead and then I think we're dead because it's effing dog yeah All it needs straps missile. We'll do launch on. Its back anyone who watched Black Mirror the bullet head episode episode. This should freak the hell out of you. What's going to cost? What did they say? It's GonNa cost like a heightened. All I heard a high end luxury car. Okay so I assume that. To be fifty to seventy seventy grand so the companies would be buying him putting guns on immigrate right The other one is Hey if you WANNA put If you WANNA volunteer have your face on a robot no a series of robots. They're gonNA be releasing They will pay you Eventually because there's an application process it's out at Geo Mike Gao q dot Com A the one they select. We'll get one hundred twenty nine thousand dollars no to allow their face to think about it. This way Bob Maybe the robots will recognize you as a friend and not kill you in the uprising. ooh It'd be like c three P O I n door right right. I'll be like they're they're God yes Oklahoma own and then I'll sit there like bowel my children an army of Bob. That's that's all this world needs is an army of BOB's All right EH generic face like why would why pay someone easy to just a three D. model some genera website that message uh-huh bunch of faces that aren't real well because because here's why you know what's going to happen they're going to do that. Somebody's GONNA say. Hey that looks like me using my likeness and sue the hell out out of them so why not just go ahead and go through spend one hundred twenty nine thousand dollars to avoid the million dollars in losses. It's a thing and in the you know. The the the notion article of the week is going out to net flicks who basically who basically announcer. They're considering cracking down on password sharing and yet but they have no idea how they would do so. I did dress Every TV in my house has a different. Ip address publicly no no No teach CPI but your internal not external okay but so then you have your phone which is hit the tower watching it wherever I if I had something else. CAA IT'S I. It's not actually enforcing their to stream for stream limits that they have on their plans. All I have no idea I was going to say why. Don't you just limited to five streams. Because they already do that. I think the twelve ninety nine is to streams fourteen or fifteen ninety four if you're limited five streams than it doesn't matter while but that's still that could still be you giving I mean that's fine is don't ever be given by kid true at least then you're you know they're they're just looking at it at A. What was it like one hundred and twenty some odd million dollars in potential lost revenue? I think they said that's toilet. You know what that is. That's like saying during the napster years years they're like Oh. These artists lost. I was never buy that shit anyway. Don't give me that Slightly Different No. 'cause no no no no 'cause you weren't subscribing Mingtou napster like I like the different so they're not buying Netflix. To begin with an I'm just giving excel like Hulu. My daughter gets from her. Like your friend right. Like she's he's Never GonNa get Hulu to begin with the letter they really losing now. If you fart in the woods does does the guy. No one's around. Is it making noise. I'm just saying although I did see. See the The the day The time of Netflix and chill is almost over Because it's almost time for Disney plus thrust is is why I don't like it. I mean Netflix and chill doesn't it. Yeah no but it just got too at five. Yeah it's it's gotta sounds gross. Lost a all right. So let's let let's dive into we work God God just A. I mean we've been talking about this. For what eight nine weeks. Now as this. This dumpster fire continues to explode. This is way longer than the equifax thing. Oh my God so first off. Have you got them announcing they're GONNA be at a cash by next week by the first week of November to the point where they have to postpone all of the lay offs that they're planning thing because they don't have the money to pay severance packages to the people that they wanna lay off. Now there's the kicker for it where you are. We work or is that you've got that Softbank Stepping in to competing bids coming in get one from Softbank. One from chase chase was coming ended about. I think it was like five. Six Billion Dollars You know basically take stepping taking over control yet idiot. Softbank came in with an offer totaling ten million dollars ten billion dollars to Go ahead and take control. Aw but they're really really truly annoying. Part of that number is that Adam Newman. Nearly mounter near man is going to walk away away from this debacle with one point. Seven billion dollars cash. Like you can't yeah like you can absolutely I mean it's kids stock and we work would be useless. Well Yeah 'cause let me that's the thing that Softbank offer is basically buying him out of all of his stock you you know what this is frank abergnail junior two thousand nineteen. If you're GONNA do something do it in such a grandiose large large scale that you basically get set for life for being the biggest one of the biggest since Bernie Madoff at new. You built a fricken house. This shit cards. Yeah all jokers overinflated bullshit. You're renting space from bill. You're not even your enough that you're not doing doing anything. Yeah Co working. That model still hasn't proven out that it can generate a prophet bamboos. Don't okay but I mean they're done the math well but they're not overextending themselves. No no they did it start and they need the upsell stuff and I think they've done that I think they built a good bottle With a with a a few years of you know going is going to be something. We work just dove in like every see. How many cities are they in? Now they're global and that's the issue is you know and that's the thing like they would go into and I still want to see how this is going to play out downtown. You know. They've got all the stuff at one thousand. One they announced the seventy one thousand square feet At two spaces downtown is just a one thousand nine hundred thousand square feet in food. I could swear nine hundred thousand but so like and that's now that's and that was actually part of the part of the article that got shot around is what is that GonNa do. Due to the commercial rates you know the commercial leasing rates downtown. Now all of a sudden you're GonNa Shit on of a vacancy because you know they're not keeping all of it not. They're not you know what they're going to do. They're going to keep the rates high. They're gonNA give you four Fremont's then they're gonNA they're gonNA say rates are still say well but that's Oh but that's the thing. Yeah I mean you look you look at the business model. They were running with like and it was funny though like they would book people they were trying to book people into to your deals. They would give tenant tenant like if you said yes okay. I'll look to your deal. They would give you your first year free. And then they would pay their broker the equivalent of a year. So if you were only there for for two years we work made no money on that deal. Steele gets better and better. Every time I hear you so I mean it's better. Yeah I mean it's insane I think every Every podcast I think everybody in general because I think everybody lives my favorite quote of the week and I put this on linked in and I usually don't share too much lincoln but this thing got I guess I was trending trending someone I got an email or whatever whatever that means three people looked at instead of two right If you wake up on a casper mattress workout with peleton before breakfast. The little a bike thing uber to your desk at a we work order DOOR DASH for lunch. Take a lift home right a lime scooter. Your friends place. Get dinner through post mates. You've interacted with eight companies collectively lose fourteen billion dollars this year. We'll and that's dude. That's that's the thing and the other the other quote that was in that article will was. I have no idea how this is the thing and I have no idea how long it's GonNa last. Because they were talking about like all the services that are like Oh yeah if you walk into in this restaurant and you can order you know have two drinks for twenty bucks and this APP gives you a coupon for thirty bucks. Wait what yeah so now. I've only you spent twenty dollars at the restaurant and you're going to be thirty free dollars to W- we use we use all. Here's the thing the only the only people that make anything that physically make anything or Casper Peleton and lime and if you think about a Casper's Catherine Peleton and the only one that actually are normal companies companies I I make product I ship product. Deliver products are deals. Done the rest of them all the while. The one that I thought was really interesting. was they talked about Blue Apron Apron And like you know the basically the meal prep delivery services where essentially you have to subscribe and keep your subscription for at least five months for for that to be profitable for them because their average customer acquisition is four hundred sixty dollars. Let's that's Blue Apron. Their average customer customer acquisition total cost one hundred and sixty. What they're selling point is like eight to ten dollars a plate so well? Nobody's thirty two bucks a week. Yeah so there alert yesterday like I said they're planning on getting one hundred bucks a month from you yeah and so you've got to stay subscribed for five months for them to even start making money off very aspirational aspirational as a user. Yeah it sounds good but eventually you probably just overwhelmed me like let it pile up in your fridge until it's time to throw out. No we used it until the St Helens Few Years Okay until the state came and it was like you know. Tell the chef. This is low grade dog food food like then I tried it again. Same thing some of the dishes absolutely delicious stuff that I ended up that I would have never thought to make dolls ordering a restaurant and it came not great loved it but then there's like certain things just the meat was so low quality and I'm like and you could see them progressively getting yeah lower and and cheaper like in the beginning. It was like you know everything was like Holy Shit by the end. Not Get it off my plate. It gives you know the regular stuff. They're trying to sell you through that other or whatever. Yeah I guess the one cool thing and I have no idea what to make of it and I read it three times and I didn't know but this total This Google Quantum computer just came out Basically it's it's super machine is not even A. It's not even like a normal computer but they did something in two hundred seconds. That would take the world's fastest supercomputer supercomputer ten thousand years. So I mean quantum computing has been a topic for a shed thirty forty years. Now Where it's it's essentially just taking that next step away from the physical processing and all that kind of stuff and using light For a lot of a lot of the transmission admission of data back and forth in an encoding things that way. And it's in the cool thing about that is each bit can be in a state of on and off. Yeah I'm autonomously Yep so I mean it's I mean it's it's a huge advance now but now. Here's the best part of Google part of Boston dynamic online including the robots and We're all dead. But a term quantum supremacy sounds a lot more impressive than actually it is what it actually means is just as they finally found some one task that quantum computer can better than a traditional computer and and they need a new marketing department. Could they think of a better. Name Than Sycamore. Yeah Ah plus I believe was. IBM was challenging their claim. Yeah so I'm sure this will go back. It'd be like Oh you know. Hey the number one pick up truck. Now we're going to question that data I did think this was really cool. Lift is offering free rides to job interviews. Like I thought that was pretty sweet. Yeah but then all of a sudden i. I'm like wait a minute how you get home but then I read it and they all your. It's like you get the three weeks and they're teaming up with like united and a couple of other charities so this is like a you know because here's the thing unemployment three and a half percent everybody's hiring see. So here's the thing like I again I I'm GONNA I'M GONNA throw plug out for it. Dude I love that show. Adam Ruins everything. They had a great discussion about what the unemployment rate actually means. You know because it's okay. Those are the people that are. And here's here's like I didn't even realize is this and I went and googled it and and went looking to verify. This is true if you have made twenty dollars in in the past month you are not unemployed because you can't collect unemployment. It's that's that's the rate comes. You know if if you have stopped looking for a job right you're not unemployed if you are I mean it's it's really really weird. It's always been calculate. Yeah regardless there's a lot of people hiring and if you can't get to your job it's a serious factor. Yeah I'm one of the cool stories at my work. This guy was down there and you could tell he was one of one of the guy that was in training with me Saddam. And he's in the lobby secure fan of you man whose yeah and he ticks tie off of his neck and he gives it to him and he goes give it back when he got hired and guy got in. Got The job you know in a couple of people saw it and like this is how you do like. That's very cool. Yeah but like this whole thing with the right thing to. It's like you know people need to step up and do crap like this for people. It's just you know that's the right thing to do so speaking of stepping up and doing things for people. Hey spotify I fi- Yes suddenly now. You're profitable All because of PODCASTS. We'd we'd like to talk about this. I don't even understand how that works. I don't either. Because aren't the podcast available on the frontier. Yes but here's the thing so because the listener rate has grown and more people more people are subscribing now now They are not having like so the the amount of listeners that are listening to things they have to pay royalties on proportionately or by percentage has decreased raced in comparison to what they don't have to pay royalties on podcast and that kind of stuff and so they've actually turned a profit for the first time I got it either. We're GONNA congratulations of spotify echo for them. I guess and the world series getting a little bit of buzz to who before we go to break the hero we need. It's the three heroes. We need We have the two girls behind home. Plate yes That that shoulder bubis on live. TV and our been banned from every single MLB ballpark. Ah for life. Yeah totally and I was like I saw the replay on. Yes I should yeah. They can get a job performing for airplane pilots inbound gross. It's important thing. Can we put a camera in a lady toilets southwest pilot's eww gross. I WanNa Watch people P horse. Yeah southwest is is denying everything but now they did not know so Jeff Adams the hero. We need And the hero. We deserve He's a senators fan was at the game and Apparently the I I don't even who's playing the senators at WHO's who's the other team Houston asked okay. So the Astros Guy Hits a home run it's going went out into the stands. Jeff standing they're double fisting beers Refuses to set a either beer down and and just takes the home. Run to the chest chest chest bumps honest to God cast in one of the Co like you saw this guy and he literally like you see your body and you give the chest bump lines of score. He likes hold needs to twenty four but lights and he just like just chests it into like into the ground in front of them and then I don't know if he picked it up. Or what have his priorities. Yeah and he was like turning bowing and he's like didn't even feel it using the Houston guys. Don't hit that hard. Didn't even feel it already. It's already been turned into me. Yeah he's labeled like me enjoying what's remaining of the weekend and the ball is Monday. It's a whole thing but Before we go to break I have a quick follow up from one of our twitter followers. John Patrick Eric tweeted that. Apparently the Vatican Erie we talk about has already been hacked several times. Of course it has I so I want to go this week. I saw possibly the dumbest movie I've ever seen this weekend. It's called countdown. The final one. No I would have rather listened to that song for ninety minutes then. Watch this movie It's about an ad that tells you when you're going to die And and it and it gets like there's a whole religious thing and demons is and Latin in the code and country but it was like possibly the most predictable just movie I've ever seen in my life. I'm just saying speaking going to be in predictable. We're GONNA take a quick break back. Cast and Thomas Talking all things Infosec this is the it that he show. We'll be right back. I see in busy reads meets listen. Networking Detroit's one bay at the time. This John Schneider from NIP. Tuck Smallville to have some. Have Not so Dr Quinn hot in Cleveland Civilized American teenager. And just about everything you can possibly imagine and the Dukes of Hazzard. You're listening to Bob and Dave cit in the not show. It in the D dot Com. Hey welcome back to the segment to episode three twenty one of the he show broadcasting live here in studio one in podcast Detroit and Beautiful Royal Oak Michigan Baba Sales Guy. Dave the Geek Randy of doing the twitter find US online. It in the D dot Com where you will find all the things but we are joined by our very very good friend. I believe this is your what eighth appearance. Oh No more than that AH already yeah. We're at least twelve while there is coming on every through the S. and L. Jacket after. Yeah I feel Tom. Hanks Steve if Martin think your first one you were utterly terrified about a about being on here and then I'll look at you now know. I wasn't terrified. Sounded like Shit. Ah Voice you. Here's our friend cast and Thomas. He's our resident expert and We're wrapping up a cyber security awareness month with a bang and then and So what's your I understand. Cyber Security Awareness. I understand it needs to be a thing and I understand phishing campaigns and awareness campaigns. But this can't be just the month thing I mean so I guess what's your take on it you know if it brings awareness it Flows into other things. So you bring somebody along and they become more aware they carry it for the rest of lowlifes. It's not going to go away but you hope it's kind of cheesy. Well you hope and one percent of the time I mean it's is just a process of everything's process. You know you just gotTa you gotTa keep it going right when you hear A. What's the latest one? I heard What's it called where you call call in and say I found Timmy's laptop at the restaurant and they have all these files and like you know? Basically you're trying to social engineer. Yeah God what is it called. There's a name for it But like apparently that's like a big thing now where they're calling around these these companies and tell them like what should I do the. HR is like they. Don't say burn it. They don't there's Oh just you know it's the scam of the month and yeah and jazz every week and there's just you know they're all the same thing they're just trying to a little bit different for an angle and before you know it you've got something completely new. So what's top of mind for you. These says Oh Gosh Top of mind right now is I have been introduced to to the most amazing group of people. I believe I've ever encountered in my life. Where right here? I don't think we'll yeah other than you. Okay number two There's a group called P Two solutions group out of Seattle. And it's an incredible just an incredible group of people that they've assembled Steve Lease the CEO and I met him and the guys Mr Mr Monopoly Man. You know money bags Monica and when I yeah actually never we're not Mandela affected elephant. Yeah but You Know Steve was International commodities trader and and that was in the nineties and then he moved to Microsoft and he was taking Microsoft into the cloud with you know one of the top executives -secutive who was bringing Microsoft in the world that we now know as Azer right Another guy that just absol- absolutely blows me away is is Mike McKay. Mike McKay left wide world. Now those Jim McKay might McKay might might as well but Might McKay left. Mit To join Alan Case Company. And that evolved into Atari yeah and and he was the creative director and development specialist for Fire Fox. That's why he was part of that. Atari Documentary Culinary Yeah Yeah and he's worked with Mit Media Labs in the mid eighties. He started turning his attention to AI. And he was working at Sony Corporation with the likes of Quincy Jones and Francis Ford Coppola. Actually those two guys were working with Mike to bring being forward digital moviemaking while so you know his credentials. Just go on and on and on what's he doing his day He's working with P two. Okay and the interesting thing. I just found this out the other day. He was born at Henry Ford and spent most of his life growing up in Port Huron. So He's a Michigan in boy his story on on. Well it's the blue water you know. PORTIA is really technically not quite in the foam yet rainy. It's still at the knuckle. It is north of sixty nine so what does and a- all another guy who's been around working in Microsoft Environments He's I've been working on green and water initiatives across the world Huge huge nation projects around Clean water green energy those kinds of things so they've assembled that and This is not the announcement but recently P to announce that they have an exclusive. If with Micron Micron Technology may be the largest company that most people have never heard of you know. They're doing quantum computing. They've been selling to national governments aerospace companies. They've got chipsets and telecommunications towers and phones they are ultra high tech. Well they've got an exclusive to take microns Micron's technology into the commercial markets. So we're talking about the P. to taking Micron Technology Micron has as a supercomputer. That's been reduced down to the size of a baseball card including the thickness. So now you're going to see that stuff off evolving into the phones where phones are having these a optimized processors that do ten thousand the compute capability of some one of the most powerful desktops so the world is just getting wilder and wilder and Waddell. So they've asked me to come in as a consultant and doc work with them on the security architecture around this so imagine edgecomb well everybody knows what edge computing is but if you don't It's it's essentially taking the cloud world that we're finally getting our arms around and creating a fog because not everything's going could go to the cloud edge computing. Eating brings us back to where we're doing high levels of processing so for as low as two thousand dollars you can get this supercomputer on a small circuit circuit board that now is optimized for AI. Because we're envious been taking that specialized processor for graphics fix processing these guys are doing floating point optimized processors for AI and they've released a development kit for AI. Please don't call it fog computing. Go please don't make that big thing. Okay missed computing. Now neither okay just call I take it back. Just say what you just said. That sounds way better. I like that I like the way just the way you explain it. Well I got called on the carpet the other day for using the term zero trust. Guyana's kicked me out of the office and I said you know if you go back to the show that I did a year and a hat. Ah I said that the most overused and abused term twenty nineteen was going to be zero. Trust get a pass still get thrown out. Yeah I got thrown out anyway. I learned my lesson but I. You know we're going to bring tempered into this in I've been on talking about effort and that host identity protocol that they're building around so that is going to be a basis securing edge computing. So now you've got the ability to use that zero trust identity protocol for securing edge computing right down to the chip level. I mean now because it's going right onto assessor. I'm not saying it's being built in the silicon but it can get loaded so now imagine a single ai processor that's running like tipping point Tipping Point does does inventory of devices and discovery a devices and they've got a huge analytics package OCTA has released an identity movement so that they can use okay I to know if people are exhibiting the same behaviors. You combine it with real time location systems. You can combine it with all these different kinds of functions on a a single integrated chip and Mike McKay takes all that and Parse as it together with its own with its own correlation engine built on top of that Micron macron development chip. Now you've got a fully functioning Correlating Movement Yeah. Eating activity correlating the digital world old access control physical world all that and a single thing and then the matter hunting. You down in a Boston dynamic dog where we're not going to Robert Remember Him Christmas here and he was what what's coming up. Because they were just going to simplify everything and then he comes here tonight. He's like yeah. NO WE'RE GONNA to blow Shit Up. What is about simplifying? Because now you're taking I mean tempered. I've got this chart that shows the fourteen different products you need from Cisco in in order to do security of your network and the cloud and you're VPN's and they've got all these different versions that are supposed to all work together. He can just throw temperate in there and and take care of all that with additional functionality that you know nobody's close to delivering with able being able to fully clothed devices so that you can't see him he can't Hack Jack which you can't see that's where you're simplifying your bringing all of these platforms then in integrating a single dashboard function. Where all the data's being correlated locally because it's like Steve Jobs said the best technology is the technology? Never See. So if you've got all this going on on a processor processor board and things are just happening so that the network engineers or the security engineers can pay the attention to the resolution you letting technology do the thing. So you're you're you're simplifying. The organizational effect technologies providing. Even though what's going on on that processor board could be extremely extremely complex. It's a methodology. That's running equations. That always work the same so to me equations that always worked Samer Simplicity even though the the equations may be complex to I know I'm I'm wow how I'm I'm intrigued. It is well. It's yeah I feel bad dumbing it down to a while but while the that's the best compliment you can give because that's where or I'm going I'm going I get to work with this. Stellar engineer might McKay. And you know Steve Lee in other people on the team that I can't talk about yet but you know it's just this massive amount of firepower in brainpower that I'm going to write. Everything fell window place. And when you look at what tempers Accomplished since the last time we came in and talked about that they built a system them in four months with four people at Penn State one point two million devices so does it scale. Yeah and so now you can bring bring that level of computing. That is simplicity when I can roll out a totally secure network at six hundred fifty locations with one point two million devices in four months with four people. Nobody else can do that that simplicity because it just works there's there's something to be said for repeatable easy processes it is it. Is it the way my mind break. Speaking of mind broken. You broke minority. I got nothing I'm like I'm sitting here thinking of the possibilities. The thing even where to even start again. This is the biggest challenge that we're facing the. Yeah too. Many goddamn devices being connected to the Public Internet which is which is Great. We want them. We're begging forum. We add them. Good touch bad touch ya well. And that's why like one of the things that we wanted to talk about. Was You this whole workshop going on for securing medical devices one of the stories we talked about a couple of weeks ago was how hackers have basically now figured out how to get inside and more is An either put or remove cancer. Yep because our white hat hackers. It's not I don't like their black hair out there doing that. Today's clear but yeah but still doable. Yup Yup so what's what's this workshop for House that could work. What's the the workshop is? All of a sudden medical device securities the hottest thing in healthcare. You know the biomedical directors and the Vice President of clinical engineering worried about the nursing. Teams are having their input. You've got all of these silos of people who've been going we don't want it. We don't want our. We want it but we want somebody else to do it they can't get a decent scheduling to save their life. Can't they're thinking about it. They gotta think about this stuff now. One of the funniest videos I've ever seen is called if airlines were run like healthcare It's absolutely mind blowing day smile. I'll actually that's one of the things we didn't talk about in the opening segment like computing. And what you can do stuff do that Deep fake going around about George with George. Lucas oh I had got me for about three minutes sitting there shredding The movies that have like just shredding the new trailing out. And it's not him right. It's a deep fake right but what you'd swear it was him get to blow your mind. I got to be a small park in a deep fake movie creation. Guy Oh yeah and Bob you saw this this. 'cause you commented on it yes I it. It's a It's a scene from blazing Saddles K where The the the POSSE is this writing up to The the writing through the desert and they meet this gate that comes down. I remember that and I so what we did good are or what temper did was they changed the name on the sign. That says Something something through a toll. Yet they changed to modern day. firewalls ten cents to pass accurate so it was a lot of fun in in getting that cleaned up up because I wasn't going to put it out in my social meets with words that my mother wouldn't approve race still slapped me down so and I am on. AM radio so. I gotTA keep it clean right so but you know you look at the possibilities with Keith. Alum Doing doing water in in green to be able to bring that kind of processing That microns doing into water treatment plants or green initiative. Did you know you can have You know massive amounts of weather information being cranked with all the sensors that you could have coming from from water plants and from chemicals and third party feeds coming in to be able to process all that locally. It's like There certain things you're never gonNA do in the cloud right and you never gonNA do real time gaming on Azer or aws or Google Cloud Google. I used to say stadium rolls out next month. Yeah well yeah but but that's a communication piece you're processing is still going on locally because you've got things going on okay. I stand corrected. It's all streamed. I think they're saying it's all cloud based I mean granted. It hasn't hit. I haven't seen any rejoice their first I bill comes out and they're like yeah we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA go hybrid on this. Google killer product. No yeah good point. It'll just be in Beta for ten years. You could use it in an ICU. Taking all the A we're talking about an ICU. Having fifty to one hundred sensors and in the next three to five years where you can actually do that real time local processing in order to do all the correlations to do very very precise kinds of medication occasion Feeds into the bloodstream. Young now we're talking about Inserting sensors into the body. They're going to be doing remarkable things help bringing that in to a local processors saves all of those systems is now component. What is best in light crush enemies? CEO

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Malcolm Nance just debunked GOP conspiracy theories and the Trump-Russia truthers who push them

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Malcolm Nance just debunked GOP conspiracy theories and the Trump-Russia truthers who push them

"You're listening to working report and I'm your host Scott working today. We have our producer. Grant Stern at the Miami Book Fair Interviewing American Patriot Malcolm Nance about his latest New York Times bestselling book and the plot to betray America. You may know Malcolm from MSNBC. We have appeared with him on several different panels. Starting starting in late two thousand sixteen. That's summer he was the first person to raise the red flag and say on national television. Russia is attacking United States. Yes and even wrote a book about it. That came out during the election. Called the block to Hack America. It was Malcolm Nance who brought my original dworkin report on trump's rushing ties onto MSNBC's news programming Malcolm Nance said what Russia was doing loudly. He stayed on it. He was is right and everything that has happened since then has totally backed him up. Here is grant turns interview with the Distinguished Retired intelligence officer and author Malcolm Nance. We're here with Malcolm. Nancy is the author of the plot to betray America. How team trump embraced start? Enemies compromised our security. And how we can fix it. And we're here at the Mining Book Fair in downtown. Miami's Wolfson campus of Miami Dade College you can find find out more at Miami Book Fair Dot Com. It happens every year. Malcolm thank you so much for joining me on the show. Tonight is a pleasure to be here. So Malcolm can you tell our listeners. A little bit about what inspired ready to write your new title the plot to betray America. Well anyone knows anything that I've done -cerned in the media world you'll know that I've had three books. And the last three years about the trump Russia scandal including the first book written about the trump Russia scandal. which was the plot to hack? America and that book stemmed from my alarm of identifying the Russian intelligence operation at the United States was being attacked. And in fact I'm the first person in. US media actually go on air and say the United States was being attacked and is if the validate that the next day. Donald trump comes out and says Russia. If you're listening please. You know uh-huh Clinton's emails. And then they did and they tried to do that they tried to do. They've never actually got her emails directly from Hillary Clinton they gotta it from other sources which you can do when you can't get into a secure server right so in five weeks. I knocked out plot to hack America which was an intelligence assessment of what had to be in place for Russia to carry this out. who had to be involved? And then what would eventually come That book was delivered. September number twenty third the same day that the CIA was delivering an identical report to President. Barack Obama and people go out. That's really fast. How'd you do that and I go well first first off not a journalist I'm US intelligence officer My job is tired. We're tired yes and my job was to see things in in patterns that are generally not privy to the average person in in the in the in America. I mean you know we. We see intelligence operations. We see behaviors. We sit collections shins operations and to people who have our experience. We can sniff out a real major operation. And that's what I did in that book And fast forward a year later I would write the plot to destroy democracy and that book was a strategic study of how Vladimir Putin was not just attacking the United States but was attacking virtually every major democracy in the Western world with the intention stall not communist governments. which you no people think of Ladimir Putin is an old communist? KGB got which he is but this is a KGB guy who becomes a super-rich James Bond Evil Villain in in real life and he realized but but he was using the the Soviet Union's techniques was was using the so union model and techniques for disinformation warfare. Warfare and disinformation propaganda. Couldn't move very fast in the old days. Because you have to use a typewriter you actually have to use a printing press and there was a lot more gatekeepers keeper. Yeah well the media was a lot more legitimate back then because you couldn't get into UPI or the information stream unless your story it was checked by journalists and the Russians would like go to India and by ten you know media organizations and put fake journalists in there and get. All of them to corroborate corroborate the same story as if it was legit and then try to get that into the western news media stream and generally didn't work but got some of them. Did work like the rumor that still exists today that the AIDS virus was developed by the CIA in order to kill blacks and gays. That was we actually know the Russian intelligence officer who created that that piece of disinformation. That still exists today. But as technology shock doc forward so did Russian capability and so plots destroyed democracy. which really about how Putin is re engineering? The Western world by using democracy to vote out democracies by funding right wing extremists. In some cases fascist governments like the government of Austria that was formed in nineteen fifty two. The party was formed in nineteen fifty two by two ex Nazi. SS officers and is now running Austria. And you know and other government fell after Russian involvement was revealed. Expose right well it fell. Oh because they videotapes. Probably Buy Australian. Intelligence found them in. You know literally in a beef. Spain meeting with the Russians planning planning on how to take illegal money from Vladimir Putin's United Russia party of which they had a contractual relationship with Russia. The day. After do they want and also were sort of a gateway to Donald Trump for the for the Austrians and Italy. Had a similar situation happened with their far right wing right right and you see the far right of Italy. You know You know The the Italian nor- Northern League and they're they're they're affiliated group of anti-government and supposedly independent Libertarians. Who all come together? And the first thing they're doing is meeting with Steve Bannon Donald Donald Trump's Russia like philosopher who was who's enthralled with with Putin's philosophy of breaking down NATO and getting rid of Europe so all Russia has been seeding all of these right wing political parties throughout Europe with the intent to break liberal democracy Putin Putin himself recently just said that liberalism is dead. It's a IT'S A. I think his exact words were is that it is a defunct ideology allergy and that it should be replaced with populism which is another way saying autocracy in Oh that's pushed by these ignorant masses so that book plot to Destroy Democracy did very well it was also a times bestseller debuted in the middle of summer at number six in the summer reading eating season and I read it because every once in a while writer should read his books and it terrified me. I mean I literally scared myself reading reading that book going. Wow it's one thing to write all this stuff but when you read it comprehensively and you see it's very everything we see is just so easy to see see that Russia doesn't care that we know it's happening and you could say it all seems so clear. Well because they know democracy is slow and democracy cannot move faster than autocrats dictators who are voting getting their people devoted out of existence and so that book sort of ended it with the American. What I call American Fifth Columnists which is the Evangelical raked which are very closely tied to Moscow now and they started actually co-opting co-opting them in two thousand ten by holding these conferences in Moscow these protection of Christianity conferences? The Right which was Steve. Bannon's baby that's how he became became a millionaire. He weaponized gamers into being these radical teenage conservatives who hated women and then the NRA of which we know quite right a bit about because the spy who was in the NRA was actually arrested by the FBI served. Eighteen months in prison and only recently has been left. The United States but her job was to infiltrate our way to the top and make contact with trump's family and she did and ironically she's a hero in Russia. For what right I mean they. I don't WanNa say what she did. But she's a hero's something right and that's I mean that's almost spy talk for you know what we were doing right so I was out there doing something and so she did her job very well. The NRA was co-opted supported. Donald Trump to the hilt. We don't know if the you know. Twenty five million dollars that came from the NRA could have been particle pool of money. There are hints to it. But there's a lot of investigation left to be done so that led me with only one last plot to write or so. I think you know because this impeachment is creating an entirely new chapter that was to focus on team trump. And that's why subtitled. How team trump embraced our enemies and compromise national security and how we can fix it and it's interesting because the book came out just as the impeachment started and what is in the book is every dirty dirty trick related to national security from team trump and literally how this cast of characters when you read it? I mean I have to have a personalities personalities glossary in the back in appendix because it's almost impossible to keep up with all the Russians in the story all the mobsters in the story team team trump's own people but you know I go to chapter four in there and that chapter is all Paul Manafort and Roger Stone. The two people who have both gone to prison with Roger Stone of course just being convicted of eight counts of lying to Congress and witness and witness tampering and interception of justice can never forget well rounded goes when he when he goes in. He's not alone all of them. Find out more about meet the candidates twenty twenty. My New Book Series Voter Guides authored by Dworkin report producer. Grant Stern it's the only place you can read my opinion and a factual portrait of each major Democratic candidate in one place by the book. Now at the link inside this episodes notes at grant stern dot com or your local barnes and noble. Thanks again for your support. Let's get back to the show so I went and did deep dives on these characters because was it was very clear to me based on all of my other writings that people I called in my first book that I had written in you know really fast in August. The two thousand sixteen I call them the Kremlin crew you know with two kids right Kremlin grew and it was very clear. These people have a loyalty that something that was beyond our flag and our Constitution and the question was what was it that they have their loyalty to and what could influence people. Jeff sessions sessions to meet secretly with Russians. And then you know lie about it or deceive the FBI about it something beyond your your your loyalty to the United States Ed's now people like you and I you could start putting gold bricks on this table and they were like okay. Well you betray us for a billion dollars. You betray your country for two billion dollars and we're like no no no. I'm going to get ten million dollars for the book. That's only that I didn't betray my nation right and how you tried to get me so these guys obviously are not writing thing. That book Okay they went along with Donald Trump's scheme and it all seems to focus on Russian money coming into real estate and then trump tower two point. Oh that's the second time. He tried to get a trump tower which in Moscow and Moscow that most people don't realize he tried it in nineteen eighty seven nineteen eighty eight. He went to Russia in the Soviet Union and tried to build a trump tower Moscow there but realized they didn't have any money and they weren't his kind of person and they weren't gonNA ideologically turn him so it didn't go anywhere but within ten years he would be eating out of the Russians hands. Well isn't at the big reason why the hunt for trump tax returns so all consuming Congress right now sure. I mean trump's tax returns. He has to explain where he got his money for them. And and what he spent his money on and you know also talking to Deutsche Bank right who finance trump's loans because he wasn't like the Germans in their USA subsidiary yet just give that guy a billion dollars and We don't need any paperwork none whatsoever and we don't need anyone to back him. At a time on that note bank in America Org Westwood Ever Loan Money to Donald Trump so there had been some relationship that was beyond. You Know Girls Bikini parties and one thing that's always piqued. My interest is how he borrowed money from the commercial. Division of Deutsche Bank. Didn't pay it back and then the private bank which continued continued to ratchet right. Well that that tells you you know in in our world in the intelligence world we have these things called black holes because like the astrophysics world. you don't see the answer but gravity is pulling everything towards a black center where you see nothing and that nothing is the answer but if it's like hey let's sloane donald trump a billion dollars and not pay it back you know or why would we loan him money and he never pays it back. Well all of those lines that are being pulled to the black hole that answer. You could surmises someone's backing this loan and they will pay it off we'll get banks. Don't low money unless they make money for right grain loser draw. They're going to make money. They'll always writing. That's by the way casinos. That was just a a bank with an entertainment facility shroud. Typical gangs little lady. That wants to fifteen hundred dollars from Pasadena you know. There's there's twenty people. They're taking ten thousand dollars short. Sure but I've been in this exams a marketing tool in this example. You have somebody who owned casinos. That lost my bags so right incredibly improbable casino is an ATM for money. That never stops and Donald trump bankrupted does because it's a show that he had no Achaemenid Kim and businessman whatsoever. Even his father was a brilliant businessman. Brilliant real estate mogul. He only made one investment in his entire life that lost money and that was fifty million. Leeann dollars that he had loaned to Donald Trump Donald trump for I believe it was trump airlines which collapsed immediately. I mean it was just mind boggling and this was a guy who's ego said. Put My name on things and people will buy an course. Nobody by 'em so how can we fix it. That's the end the long long lengthy subtitle. How can we fix it? Well there are some simple things but you know the fundamental way of fixing anything. That's what's happening. Now is very simple and it sunlight and it sounds like oh Malcolm but we're out there putting stuff out. No it's how you put information out the Russians in Gaza trump. They use a very well-proven KGB technique. Or I'm sure it's it's more popular elsewhere with Keiji Houston everywhere. It's called Meta narrative framing and they would change your actual perception of how you perceive what's happening and I think Dr who constantly called it a perception filter right where you think. You're seeing a lovely English garden. And when you turn the perception filter off your baron alien wasteland where you you you know a giant monsters coming to eat you instead of that dog. That's running down the street. And the Russians have mastered using modern technology to to change how you see the world by shaping your worldview with information and you know the funniest part part about it is is that there's an entire segment of US media. That doesn't believe that that doesn't believe in any of the trump Russia's scandal or the Ukraine skin I had an interview with New Yorker magazine and the the the you know the guy who did the interview was he's challenging questions agents but if you read the interview my answers are all rock-solid and they're all backed up by everything ever written by the US government. Right the MOLA MULLAHS report. You might have heard of that. The CIA report. The Defense National Intelligence Estimate the Senate intelligence report the House intelligence report and every investigation instigation that the United States was attacked by Russia in two thousand sixteen in an information warfare attack Donald trump tried to extort the Ukraine. And when when you read this interview because like you say trump's perception about Russia was changed and they manage his perception through information proof. And it's like have you never heard Donald Trump's be I mean he for four years now definitely currently three years as president of the United States. He has never said anything that was negative to Russia or would harm Russia or even not be complimentary to Russia's interest but which were absolutely damning and detrimental to America's interests. Helsinki is just one example example. I have a whole chapter on where you know. You read it. And his his ability to damage American national security in NATO's national security security comes in two flavors one where he's helping Russia through whatever was said to him. Because you know when you come off when Donald Trump doesn't even know from you is on the map comes out and says well well Crimea. Well you know they all speak Russian anyway and that was part of Russia. It's like did they mail you the talking points by email or did they come into your office and say battled now you must say Crimea's all speak Russian because you didn't get that from the United States intelligence legit community. Who's telling you that this ally we know from this week's hearings that Donald Trump does not go off of the notes or off of any the reports that he's getting from the Inter agency process at the National Security Council? It's someone tells him or he had. This is what I say. His perception is a set of rose. Colored glasses that I believe were put on his face at the Miss Universe pageant in two thousand fourteen when he had that secret to our meeting with the twelve richest the old guard of Russia including Putin's personal representative and he came out of that meeting saying trump tower Moscow is ago and from that minute onward everything everything about Vladimir Putin was positive everything look at all of his tweets at twenty four. They're scary. I mean this is a guy like Oh. Putin is a great leader after through the day after they invade Crimea and the world is condemning. It and here. He is insulting. Barack Obama. Do do you. Are you going to Steven Seagal this thing or are you going to be like Gerard Depardieu. They're going to be issuing you. A Russian passport gave that interview at the Miss Universe pageant to MSNBC. And the first time I saw that interview which was well after they played it one time they played it once and it never really made another their appearance but that was the most pro Russia. Injured you I've ever seen from an American up until you come out of a meeting with twelve multi not multi multi multi billionaires including a guy who's representing Putin and they estimate Putin may have between one hundred and two hundred billion illicit dollars what is Donald Trump trump single motivating ideology that we've seen throughout his entire life other people's money and this is a guy who really doesn't have money by relative to the people in that room and those people are all they're treating you like you are golden boy and they go. Donald Kirby is this donald you know the Obama is that Donald Stick with US Donald. I mean they didn't have to work hard on. You have to work hard. No but the point is don't come and tell me like like this. This is interviewer was like well. What's your evidence for that? The evidence is everything that we have all seen with clearly. A lot of people like to think are are lying. What's right and so I? There's an entire class of people in this country including some really people who call themselves journalists royalist who believe that the entire trump Russia's scandal and trump's influence from Russia which was never investigated in the Miller report. All of this is a lie and fake and this isn't the right wing media. These are mainstream media people who will come up and I actually had a journalist on a program that I go on regularly come up and say that I was a fantasist. And a conspiracy theorist because of plot to destroy toward democracy and it goes you know the seven hundred references in that book. I mean I only reference what they said and what they did. You're essentially telling us that. The entire trump Russia scandal is a I a fantasy and a conspiracy. There's and this is a you know a right wing not right wing. But a a conservative journalist who supposedly is a never-trumper and it's like okay. That's weird and these people. HELP SHAPE SHAPE Russia's narrative in technically they're useful idiots is what the Russians were called this episode of the Dworkin report. Art Is brought to you by resistors like you. We aim to keep this show independent for as long as we can visit working report dot Com to see how you can help. What are the best ways is by hitting that contribute button in the top right and giving what you can? Thanks again for your support. Let's get back to the show. Well you know you call it the the Platte plot to hack democracy and has your mortgage well it okay. I'm sorry to Hack America. The plot attack attack America and one of the most common computer hacking techniques. Overwhelm A computer. Too much information. I mean that is. It's actually really the basis of all hacking overwhelm either. The memory of the computer they. They're overwhelmed the network to prevent it from communicating. And isn't that very analogous to what's it's happening in the disinformation space is overwhelmed. People with so much information it is in the last chapter of that book. I surmised I said what's really hack. Your was the Democratic National Committee. Or the you know the Podesta emails they have the mindset of the American public and I had a really interesting tiff with a journalist He calls himself was very well known in the United States and he came at me after after he had seen a Fox News segment with Tucker Carlson where I said something that is commonplace. I said the Russians use information warfare techniques to raft a perception. And you if you adopt that you will only see it through that Lens and he goes. Where do you get that how do you know what what what source do you use it? I'm like dude. Three hundred and fifty pages. You Might WanNa read up page of it. Everything is referenced in there is no. I don't believe it. Where did you get back up? The NATO handbook on Russian disinformation operations. It's like this stuff is is not something because you're a journalist or you call it yourself and you just founded or you're beholden to the to the theme that it's all all a fantasy and that it's all conspiracy theory for whatever. Your agenda is whether you were pro-moscow like this person lived in Moscow and the nineteen ninety s have. I've had some wild adventures running independent newspaper. There he loves Russia who sounds remain nameless. I don't care but all I'm saying is this don't come out here. Three years later after tens of thousands of pages have been written about it the entire Muller reports section one essentially usually as as somebody on. I was relieved Maxwell. MSNBC came out she goes that should be called the Malcolm report that is plot to hack America writ large everything everything he said in July two thousand sixteen is now been validated in there. Don't come out and tell us that America's crazy and that everything we see with our lying that's like equal to nine eleven trooper stuff like. Oh how did those buildings fall in an airplane hit. No but that couldn't 'cause building seven to four and it's it's like saying trump Russia's not real you are the conspiracy theorist saying climate change is real you other conspiracy theorists saying that Ukraine impeachment is a fantasy that was drummed up by Hillary Clinton in that the PLO NATO Pro United States government of Ukraine. Actually hacked active Democratic National Committee in innocent. Russia did nothing about that. And you're just blaming these awesome guys. That's a conspiracy. The feary right and then you have this entire section of the media who are fringe who are beholden to calling. Robert Muller you you know everything you write everything that any person who has written an empirically checkable quantifiable repeatable. Experiment and they ago. No no that H.. Two O.. Stuff you keep talking about pets conspiracy theory water is just something that exists. And it's like science. Well I don't have to do science but in my world rolled of intelligence we show our work and my books repeatedly show their work. And there's gotTa be a reason I've got three times bestsellers on this and you know in a week that Donald trump junior spent one hundred thousand dollars to pump his book to number one a lot more than one hundred thousand dollars. One hundred thousand. Yes yes yeah. And then Kimberly kilfoyle and and Nikki Haley and it's like my book sell because people who read them no they're going to learn something and what they're going to learn learn. We'll be grounded in what we say. The intelligence community ground truth and grouchy with usually has five or ten references and my book has seven hundred references. I'm just I'm GonNa tell you another thing one more thing as an African American it's very it's treated different Individual Molly came up with this the the FBI FBI counterintelligence guy who was a double agent and he goes we can treat it very differently for three years. We can hammer this whole thing and then the second second book on trump Russia came up thirteen months after plot to hack America right. The third book came out twenty three months after plot to hack America whitten by journalists and those books are all feted and you know and whereas you know intelligence people are people who are way ahead of the curve. And I'll tell you all three of my books were surfing the way because they were century generating the wave plot to betray America came out the second week of the impeachment of the first week of the impeachment. And it's about everything that leads up to impeachment and you know and then go. Donald Trump. Junior has a book so the people who Really WanNa learn will actually learn something. And there's no conspiracy theory involved but again the first thing that happened first day that book came out. I was attacked by media. And they literally manufactured and you've factored a quote and the videotape showed. The only thing that they got right was the words quote since nineteen seventy seven unquote. And it's like what's going on out there. There are people who are invested in not making this work against Donald Trump and some of them are libertarian. All all left all all so alt-left they come around to the alright and they they will say anything you say. The Sun came up this morning. I'm GONNA jello conspiracy. Theory at the conspiracy theorist are these people who don't believe what every person in the world is seeing their own Malcolm. The the plot to betray America. How team trump embraced our enemies? Compromised our security and how we can fix. It is on bookshelves now. And can you give out for our listeners. Twitter handle and website. If they want to take this conversation onto the insurer of the show my twitter handle is at Malcolm Nance that's Ma L. C. O. L. him and ANC and soon you'll have a Malcolm Nance dot org website. which will be up what you'll have all of my media and people are I get inundated by the hundreds I just did The Commonwealth Club in San Francisco and one of the questions we have they sold out all the books. Was You know how we get to personalize your books. And I found that people really like having books personalized so while the ability for you either mail us your book and have it signed for donation to a veteran's charity for we'll sell you a book that will donate two veterans charity. You know and then it will. It will go out Malcolm. Thank you so much for joining me on the program tonight. It's my pleasure I'd like to thank Malcolm. Nance doing the show. Thanks again to grant stern for doing the interview. 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Kenan Thompson | Trump, Cruz and Noem Repeat Their Insane Lies at CPAC: A Closer Look

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Kenan Thompson | Trump, Cruz and Noem Repeat Their Insane Lies at CPAC: A Closer Look

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Now according to a new poll taken at cpac sixty eight percent of attendees one former president trump to run again in two thousand twenty four only sixty eight percent and cpac. It's like if you went to a fish concert and we'd was polling at sixty eight percent from thirty rockefeller plaza in new york city. Please enjoy this. Podcast edition of late night with seth meyers on today's show sept chats with keenan thompson. Saturday night live. And the new. Nbc comedy gained but first a closer look president. Donald trump made his first post-presidency public appearance. If the conservative political action conference weekend where he and his fellow republicans continued to repeat their deranged lies about everything from cove to the twenty twenty election. And mr potato head for more in this it's time for a closer look now. The grotesque symbolism trump's return to the political spotlight nearly a year after the coronavirus pandemic up ended. Our lives could not have been more stark remember. It was almost exactly a year ago. That trump as president was saying stuff. Like this it's going to disappear one day it's like a miracle will disappear view this the same as the flu testing Everybody that we need to test and we're finding very little problem. We're going to be pretty soon. It only five people and we could be at just one or two people over the next short period of time. It's a little like the regular flu that we have flu shots for and we'll essentially have a flu shot for this in a fairly quick matter when you have fifteen people and the fifteen within a couple of days is going to be down to close to zero That's a pretty good job. We've done well hats off a pretty good job. Indeed fifteen people going down to zero look. I'm as critical of the man. Is anyone but give credit where credit's due to the coronavirus with surging throughout the world but thanks to trump's wishful thinking. We maxed out at fifteen cases in like a miracle disappeared in quickly went down zero now. I should say as a disclaimer immediately after trump. me the comment. I went to a year long coma. After i took my kids to escape park and tried to look cool doing a kick flip at the end of the half pipe i they landed on menards and blacked out from the pain then. I woke up because i blacked out. Forgot what happened. So i tried to kick flip again and did it successfully released. That's what i thought. Until i woke up in the hospital this morning with a bandage on my head. Only now my kids tell me. I embarrassed them at the skate park. And that trump was way off on his prediction. Death myers. You've been seeing on tv for the last year has actually been eddie redmayne and what. I would consider the role of a lifetime while i was in a coma. I did have an elaborate dream where i developed a close personal relationship with a sea captain. That's neither here nor there anyway. I guess i shouldn't be surprised. Trump was wrong. He's the last person i'd ever trust on the subject of miracles. Guy is the least religious man in history starting. He couldn't even name one miracle from the bible if you asked him. Jesus took water channel it through show company and appreciate it as real estate for tax purposes. So we could record as last boom tax labor that had gone. that's why he could afford two corinthians and that was a big deal at the time because most people only had the one carinthian but jesus walked through turn to and people said that a guy. That's a guy who can get behind and of course it wasn't just trump who deny the reality cova which led to hundreds of thousands of preventable deaths. In fact the exact same conservative political action conference one year ago former vice president. Mike pence had this to say about the looming corona virus threat frozen and donald trump has no higher priority than the health safety and wellbeing of the american people and while the risks to the american public remains low as the president said yesterday. We're ready. no you weren't you. Were ready for the coronavirus. The same way rick. Sanchez was ready for the stone gun. I'm about to receive fifty thousand volts of electricity do it. Oh oh it hurts does it. I couldn't tell from your preposterous reaction man. The news used to be a lot. Easier to make fun of statue of limitations isn't closed on that once they just my favorite thing about that clip is how we react like he just ate a hot pepper and a bugs bunny cartoon. Those comments are trump and pence almost exactly a year ago. Pence's comments were even at last year's cpac fast forward one year and of course we witnessed the unimaginable devastating toll of half a million dead at an economic crash unprecedented in our lifetimes. That has left me without jobs and health insurance and caused millions more experience poverty and food insecurity. And if you watch cpac this weekend. It was clear that the ghouls who either ignore dismissed or actively abetted that misery and suffering have learned. Absolutely nothing i out. She said you don't need mass now mess yoga knowing all of sudden you want him and now he wants double masks. I don't know if you agree with me. But dr fauci is wrong a lot now. They're saying everybody can get immunized. We can have herd immunity everywhere and where to wear masks for the next three hundred years and by the way not just one mask two three four. You can't have too many masks. i'm guessing. Crews doctor told him to wear for masks. But not for the reason he thinks ten. If you're not gonna shave janke beard. It's the only option got damaged. Listen to me. No one wants to hear your whiny little right wing. Stand up back. You sound like a fifty year old account and try and comedy. Distract yourself from your divorce. This crowd is electric. Which is nice for me because my state doesn't have electricity. Hey don't like these jobs. don't blame me. My daughter's wrote them back. Crews really did start out as smarmy little tirade with a joke about the firestorm he caused when he fled to a luxury resort. Cancun is his constituents for freezing to death in an unprecedented blackout. I gotta say orlando is awesome. It's not as nice as cancun ice cold. Sorry i meant to say your constituents or ice cold. Because they didn't have heat for week zinger so we were cancun to orlando with a brief stop in his home state in between crews roughly as the same enthusiasm for helping his constituents in texas is. Al pacino has for attending the golden globes all right. We're going to loom tonight. I will see you zoom room. Let's say he's weiner an uber at two. Am in the lobby of dan. Tana's i guess head a little too much grizzle. Also let's go back. And talk about south dakota governor christie nome who you just heard there brag about her states corona virus response despite the fact that south dakota has the country's eighth highest death rate from cove in nineteen roles since july south dakota's mortality rate has been the highest in. The country known refused to implement a statewide mask mandate and bragged about resisting lockdowns and other public health measures used to curb. The spread of the virus. South dakota was infamously. The site of the motorcycle rally in sturgis which turned out to be a massive superspreader event. That could have been linked to over a quarter million cases across at least a dozen states that may have seated an entire outbreak in the upper midwest. I didn't think anyone could outdo trump and spreading the virus but she came close. She might as well pack a stadium full of people with fevers and loaded a t shirt cannon with used tissues and yet she got a standing ovation from the wing crowd for saying vouches wrong a lot and by the way komo you want. I have a feeling anthony. Fauci doesn't get about your stupid. Little things dude was played by brad. Pitt on snl. Andy's zoom with kim kardashian katy perry and matthew mcconaughey. I'm pretty sure he's doing alright. Alright alright she goes back to his old brooklyn neighborhood. He betty strikes down the street like a newly made man in a chinchilla coat thirty. That's right totally the virtues back. Look good all right back at jim. Mickey hey doc the phone you. What are you come over sometime. We'll make governor goal. You gotta just went to mess because it got a cool is very contagious. Rule out which is back and pacino. You walk into grandma's zoom room then known tried to take another victory lap interview on. Cbs sunday when she was confronted with the actual facts that the disaster she oversaw stage. She did not have a very convincing response. As of today the cdc says your state has the eighth highest death rate per capita in the us. That's a rate of deaths per one hundred thousand residents. Don't you think your decisions as an executive contributed. You know. South dakota's infection rate peaked. A lot of other places in the country. So we're definitely on the downward trend and earlier and peaked earlier than what. You're seeing happen across the country. One of your fellow republicans west. Virginia's governor jim justice held up. Your state is an example of what not to do. When it comes to his decision to institute a mask mandate he said. I don't wanna be south dakota. Why do you think your state got hit so hard. Our state peaked earlier than other states. What i'd like to know margaret is. Why are. Are you asking cuomo these questions up saying your state peaked early. Not a defense. You let the virus run rampant. You're talking about a deadly pandemic like a burnout reminiscing about his football glory days. Oh sure. I may get winded on the walk to the mailbox. But that's only because i peeked early. Siemian pop warner had an arm cannon. Those governor noem. You've been watching the news lately but cuomo has been getting lots of deserved tough questions and calls to resign about other things credible allegations of sexual harassment covering up the cova death toll in nursing homes and being a bully who makes threatening phone calls. It's so bad for cuomo right now. Even as nipples one out that has to be what it is right. I'm trying to escape it. Sure people like this briefing's early on but so what that was just in comparison to trump now that we have a president who can work correctly. Tell us what day of the week it is. It's all just a lot less impressive. So that's a sample. What cpac was like then. There was trump. of course he repeated the same demented lies about the twenty twenty election. That fueled the january six insurrection. I'm not even going to repeat those live here. Because they're so obviously unhinged from reality. These never offered a shred of proof and he lost sixty times in court. But i do want to talk about this with the trump administration is done with vaccines as in many respects perhaps saved large portions of the world. Not only our country but large portions of the world one hundred percent of the increased availability that we have now was initiated by our administration has conservatives and republicans. Never forget that we did it. Never let them take the credit because they don't deserve the red they just followed now. They're following our plan. I'm what you want credit for the vaccines you left the vaccine. Roll out a mess. There was no plan in place. You didn't even buy enough when you had the chance. What did you do besides say. Make a vaccine. Can't imagine you tinkering in the lab saying we should use an mr na platform. Instead of an adenoviruses. I mean if trump ever even saw the word. Na he'd probably think it was a guy named mr. Nah we're working very mr to produce more vaccines mr de bagai meeting. Nice to meet me. So the conservative political action conference revealed yet again. The modern conservative movement is a personality cult. Fostering associate catholic political culture paranoia and conspiracy theories that's fully unmortgaged from reality at one point. Donald trump junior even suggested a more accurate name would be the trump political action conference. How's it going back. Or i heard someone earlier freezing a little bit. Better t pack. What it lloyd. Guys t pack. Even they didn't know what to do with that. You can think anything lamer. I think tepeyac is the name of a pink medication. tepeyac pack. Sounds like the name of a brand to pock hologram at a festival that couldn't get the rates to use his real name. Welcome to the couch chile festival. Please welcome deepak. Seeing classic song california hugs but another point kilfoyle suggested trump would accomplish more as an ex president than biden would accomplish the actual president. I will confidently say that. President trump from his desk at mar-a-lago will accomplish more for america in the next four years. Then joe biden and kamla harris could ever dream Have you ever seen it. His desk mar-a-lago. He looks like a tourist posing for a photo letterman's old desk. Just hold the pen. What appears to be an empty. No pad like therapist hasn't been paying attention during the session yet. The conference also proved that trump is also politically. Weak is he's ever been among the hardcore republicans at cpac. He only got fifty five percent of the vote in a straw poll and only sixty eight percent. One run again. If you can't even get above fifty five percent these wing nuts. How could you ever get a majority of the national election. This is your crowd like the open. A store that sells monaco's and artisanal pickles in williamsburg. If you don't make a killing there you're not going to do better in like staten island. But only truly unifying thing. At cpac. the beating heart of modern conservatism. Where the dumb invented culture. Where grievances as evidenced by their complaints about total nonsense like the muppets and mr potato head. This month alone. These banned the muppets you see last week. They tried to cancel. Kermit the frog and mr potato head and you see that lookout out mr potato head your next i mean i guess i would be concerned about mr potato head if i answer to mr. Blockhead matt gaetz is head has sharper corners than military sheets other. That's really what you think. Americans care about amid a pandemic and economic crash. The muppets mr had kids. Don't even care about the muppets. And mr potato head. Fortnight's streams on twitch. Even though i have been trying to get them into the new online ocean master you get tiles for every review explore and then you use the tiles to build islands to mine or whoever minds the most door gets to control the werfel which is german for dice fun. The conservative political action conference reveal once again that the modern conservative movement remains totally detached from reality and the mainstream american politics people care about the pandemic and the economic crash. But it cpac. They're obsessed with lies about the election. Mr potato head in the muppets and yet still trump couldn't crack fifty five percent when trump heard he only got fifty five percent. He must have been like i up. It's been a closer look. So you've probably tried meditation before and it didn't work right or maybe you felt like you were doing it wrong. 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Keenan which airs tuesday nights at eight thirty. Right here on nbc. Please welcome back to the show. One of the best keenan thompson keenan. Good buddy how are you doing. I wonderful and got a little bonus keenan last night. You did it. Snl on saturday you flew to l. a. And then you did the golden globes last night with my and it just must have been delighted to be with my absolute best was absolu- best like just being around my sister's again. You know tina. Amy in in maya fenosa for those who missed a bit about the characters. You guys played last night. Yes that is beverly jack. Fruit on the left and france-soir gene rudy on the right that is me and I speak french only and We were the winners of Least i think creative zone or less maybe least original goal guess. Originally it was really fun to see it must have obviously. It was extreme difficult circumstances to do an award show but It was like being any audience like you guys have managed to do. It's still something special. Yeah it's nice to have you know some people in the room and not like totally virtual but you know it was really isolated backstage. And i didn't really see anybody famously. You know what i'm saying. The first time they're globes. And i saw just meet like okay. Well is this the golden glow. just my house. i'm very. I wanna talk about your show Because i'm very jealous about a famous person on your show who i've never met and that person is don johnson who very funny on your show and i'm just wondering is he a fun person to be around in real life. Don johnson is the greatest thing he could be nicer and he could not have better stories. I mean this guy was in miami in eighty s and survived and she loves to laugh you know and we. We got really close. You know over our facetime meeting. When i first met him. You know we just had Just similar energy. i don't know how to explain it. He's just a nice guy you know. And i've been a fan of him since those days. I was a little kid. But i knew he was cool. And if i now that he's cooling real life it's just great. He because they were. I forget that they of course shooting miami for miami and if you were a fan of that show that meant you were a certain kind of person who probably wanted to hang out with don johnson. Yea you either. Like ferraris or like guns lasers with colorful undershirts you. You also returned one of my favorite characters last week Lavar ball and do seem to be having a genuine ball. When you were doing. This character is is much as it looks. It really is and i think. That's kinda my overall approach to update. Especially when. I'm nervous about something. Because i haven't done the var in a while and it's kind of a neat kind of character like not a lot of people know exactly who he is so the more energy i give to it. People can just have fun with it without even knowing might kind of who. I'm talking about. Whatever so the shoe helps the chocolate. You could care amount in the shoe by all those little lead crazy attitudes help. Everybody enjoy the fact that this is comedy happening and you should just enjoy it. You know what i mean. Because if he wasn't a real person he would also be a fantastic original character on update. So you guys definitely make it work both ways. Thank you very much to also put charlotte on the map. I i heard so much from charlotte people over the weekend there. I thank you for saudi. Now gastonia are you enjoying sitcom life for being a guy who didn't just do eighteen years or hasn't just eighteen years of snl sketches but was doing sketches for years before that how is sitcom life is very different. You know it's like as soon as i come to work. We start shooting and were shooting all day. So it's like performance every day holiday as opposed to like saturday. You know we have writing headaches or whatever and then like rehearsal but it's still kind of casualwear are closed like our normal close as opposed like make makeup all week you know so it's a bit of a grind in. I mean they're both different. Snl is more mental. And in sitcoms probably allow more physical like physical. You have two young daughters in real life. Have they come to set yet to meet your daughters. Unfortunately no and they're dying to they talk about them all the time. They're so intrigued by them. You know like so. Are they us or are we them. It's like no sweethearts. you guys are separate individuals. This is television. But yeah my my my big girl georgia. She's obsessed with the show. She thinks this is really cool. I guess that's good that they haven't been able to come to set yet because sometimes Canaan don't take offense this you do not behave. The way of father should be mcdermott lately. Yes our friend. 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Day 1,264: Trump tries using culture wars to distract from COVID-19 crisis

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

47:01 min | 10 months ago

Day 1,264: Trump tries using culture wars to distract from COVID-19 crisis

"Good evening once again day twelve, hundred, sixty, four of the trump administration, leaving one hundred twenty days roughly four months until the presidential election and corona virus cases are still spiking across much of our country. After what was a busy fourth of July weekend? The surgeon new cases comes as the president is working hard to downplay the virus and play up the culture war the United States has recorded two hundred fifty thousand new cases in just these first few days of July tonight. The US is approaching the three million mark of confirmed cases. Cases having surpassed one hundred thirty thousand deaths according to The New York Times. New Corona virus cases are increasing in thirty eight of our fifty states. Ten states are up over one hundred percent Florida saw its highest one day total on Saturday with over eleven thousand confirmed cases so far. The state has reported over two hundred thousand infections. We'll have much more on the situation in Florida. In just a moment amid this spike in new cases, the president is being widely criticized for making this false claim about the virus over this past weekend. Now. We have tested almost forty million people. By so doing we showcases. Ninety nine percent of which. Are totally harmless. Earlier today, White. House Press Secretary Kaley. mcenaney was asked about that particular bit of fiction. The president was noting the fact that the vast majority of Americans who contract corona virus a will come out on the other side of this. Of course he takes this very seriously. Of course, no one wants to see anyone in this country contract, Cova. Administration has fought hard to make sure that's not the case with our historic response effort. NBC News among other news organizations, reporting the trump administration will begin new messaging soon on the corona virus. They planned to tell Americans. They simply need to learn live with the virus and the Washington. Post ads this bit of reporting. White House officials hope Americans will grow numb to the escalating deaths all and learned to accept tens of thousands of new cases a day today Dr Couch said the current spike in infections is a serious situation that needs to be addressed. We are still knee deep in the first wave of this, and I would say this would not be considered a wave. It was a surge or resurgence of infections superimposed upon a baseline Francis. That really never got down to it. We wanted to go. If you look at the graphs from Europe Europe the European Union. As an entity, it went up and then came down to baseline now. They're having little blips as you might expect. Is They? TRY TO WE OPEN? We went up never came down to baseline and now a surging back up, so it's a serious situation that we have to address immediately. All this as we've learned, this corona virus has once again. Come close to the president top trump campaign fundraising official kimberly. Guilfoil tested positive for corona virus right before the president's event at Mount. Rushmore on Friday kilfoyle is the girlfriend of Donald. Trump junior New York Times reports they did not travel aboard Air Force, one to the event, and were indeed planning to drive home from South Dakota to the East Coast and Linda Mayor Kisha. Challange bottoms has also tested positive for corona virus. Her husband and one of their children are also positive. Mayor said in a tweet today. She has no symptoms, told our own joy reid tonight. The news came as a surprise. Leave me for loss of works because I. Think it really speaks how contagious this viruses in week taken all of the precautions that you can possibly take. We wear masks we're. We're very thoughtful about washing our hands. I have no idea when and where we works phones. And there is growing concern tonight among experts about how contagious this virus really is New York Times was the first to report that experts are calling on the World Health Organization to change its guidance on an airborne transmission times tells it this way. The World Health Organization has long held that the corona virus is spread primarily by large respiratory droplets that once expelled by infected people and coughs, and sneezes fall quickly to the floor, but in an open letter to the WHO. WHO Two hundred thirty nine scientists in thirty two countries have outlined the evidence showing the smaller particles can infect people and are calling for the agency to revise its recommendations. Meanwhile, the spike in cases is in stopping the president from moving ahead with campaign rallies. He will hold an outdoor rally in Portsmouth. New Hampshire on Saturday. The region went heavily for him. In Two twenty sixteen campaigns announcement said attendees will be provided with a face mask are strongly encouraged to wear it. And where we we were reminded about this today, this moment during the president's now-famous tour of the CDC was exactly four months ago today. Only body right now. And yesterday anybody that needs a task to test we they're there. They have to test. The tests are beautiful. Anybody that digitized gets a test, but anybody that needs a test, can hepatitis. They're all set. They have out there, but as of right now and yesterday anybody the data to such important thing. He said at four times. It's been four months. It wasn't true then. It's still not true tonight here for our leadoff discussion on another busy Monday as we start a new workweek Joe. Calvin White House reporter for the associated. Press Philip Rucker Pulitzer Prize winning White House Bureau chief for The Washington Post, who, along with his Co author post colleague Carol Lennick. Wrote the best selling book, a very stable genius about one Donald, J, Trump and Dr Padillia and infectious diseases, physician, medical director of the special pathogens unit up at the be you school of Medicine in Boston, she worked along with the WHO during the West, African Ebola epidemic, and for good reason is one of our medical contributors. Good evening and welcome to you. All Doc I'd like to begin with you. Where do you view us as a nation tonight in the arc of this corona virus, and what is the public health affect of hearing the president say wrongly that ninety nine percent of cases are harmless. I thought. There we go, you were muted. Sorry about that, look at six months into the pandemic I still haven't. Managed that what we have accomplished though is that we have what we're a death rate. They're very low, and and that's true. You know. Let's let's focus on the fact that those are pretty pretty low, and we've done some good advances. In the last few months we have figured out a medication that can decrease the duration of hospitalization one that can decrease mortality rates with figured out how to take better care of these patients, so hopefully for any patient that gets sick. The mortality will be lower now than it was in May, but. Stock it. Pandemic math is not like the stock market. You don't get to sell out and a high market. The way you know the way you do with the stock market because you have to watch the rest of the numbers, and here's what they say. Hospitalizations are up as you mentioned, and cases are up in all these states not only that, but in six. Six states you're now seeing reversal and actually increase in the daily death rates as well that reflects that we're looking in the long term, a situation where we will be extending our healthcare systems more at the current state of many states that are affected at the current level of disease were already seeing a lot of these health systems affected. We can't plan on. Today's numbers we have to. On tomorrow's numbers and what we're seeing already coming down the pike, the impact of the president, saying that this is no big deal. In the ninety nine percent of the people are not affected. It's people. Let Their guard down and by doing that. We ensure that we're going to get even higher numbers down the road. Let me also remind you that. If one percent of America is severely affected with this disease, best three million people. That's not something small. Phil, Rucker. The White House according to your reporting, hoping the nation will grow numb to the death toll. Hoping to roll out a new kind of offensive that we need to learn how to live with it, part of the genesis of this I, know was a kind of friend of the court memo. That Chris Christie wrote to Donald Trump. The president liked it had it distributed around his circle in the West Wing couple of points here you can learn to live with it if you're not dead and not afraid of getting it number one number two. What will that message look like and Donald Trump's hands, and frankly how will it differ from his every day? Utterances on this? While Brian, not sure it's going to differ that much from what we've seen so far from the president going about his own political life folding these rallies traveling going to been. Trying to get the economy reopened with alcohol concern about the corona virus. Be as you noted. Minutes ago is going to be going to Hampshire this weekend for another rally where I. Guess Matt We're going to be distributed, but not required, and so that's an example of trying to live with it. We also softened the president today. He wrote in all caps on twitter. That schools ought to reopen. In Fall, that's a decision that a lot of been instant holidays and local and governments are grappling with at the very hour over the next two week. Decide whether they can open their schools for the fall semester, which would begin only to and so the president's encouraging that he wants to see this country back and reopened even though the corona virus cases they're spiking, even though people are dying, even though all the doctors say some faith in the United States is the only country that can't get control of it because we're moving too quickly to reopen and getting back to normal. Indeed for all those folks who missed that day and Physics Class schools are locally governed in this country and. The president of the United States can't declare them open or closed Jovan knowing the news media will keep tabs on figures as we did in Tulsa. What real steps are White House personnel taking to make sure New Hampshire is not a super spreader event handing out masks, recommending them as one thing, real practice as no one needs to remind you having covered these things as quite an another. I think knowledge the fact that they are going forward with another rally, so quickly is an indication that they are trying to press forward, trying to let this impact, the campaign as little as tactically can, but this rallies also gonna look really different from Tulsa rally. Trump's staff is AIDS is campaign. Do not want a repeat performance of what they had two weeks ago when the president was enraged, furious about a turnout, and so instead of doing this rally inside. It's going to be held at an airport in an airport hangar, so it'll be more outside instead of just handing out masks leaving up to that this time. They're encouraging people to wear them. There's been an acknowledgement from the campaign that if they don't make the audience, feel comfortable and feel at least a little bit more safe attending these events, then they're not gonNA show up in the president's GonNa be staring out at another half empty venue, and that's not something that they want to happen. At the same time. I got the vice president who is intending to resume his campaign activities? You'RE GONNA him back on the trail doing his bus towards at doing diner style events. They want to continue to press forward as much as they can. A doctor because you raised this figuring of the fatality rate, and because the following reasoning is being used. In the pro reopening argument across this country, I wanNA play for you now. Some of Kelly mcenaney this afternoon and on the other side. Ask You. Fact check and explain it. The president isn't downplaying the severity of the virus. What the president's noting is that at the height of this pandemic? We're at two thousand five hundred deaths per day. We are now at a place. Where on July fourth there were two hundred, fifty four. That's full decrease in mortality on July, fifth I'm two hundred nine individuals down twenty three percent from last Sunday in the lowest Sunday since March twenty eighth. So doctor first of all. She made two points there. The president is. The virus, but go to her math, please. So first of all the numbers at the Kayla is reporting our weekend numbers, and traditionally those numbers reflect under-reporting because we haven't yet seen the reporting from the weekend. The trouble though is not the current number. What we're seeing is hospitalizations generally followed by deaths from a from a CDC surveillance from the end of May. What we know is that the people that were diagnosed fourteen percent get hospitalized by percent die, and maybe that's half of that now we've done better. That's still a lot of people of the number that we're seeing hospitalized. They're going to then follow unfortunately and may pass. Pass away, and so we are at a at a good point, but as Dr Fauci has said the numbers of cases are going up every day were seeing exponentially rise, and and so a percentage of those will still result in debts, and so the point is not do we have the numbers slow right now? The point is it looks like our numbers. Go Up and Howard we adjusting our behavior in the president's. Recommendation that we just live with it and not change. Our lifestyle is going to impact all of those numbers. Phil Rucker reporting of Your newspaper. This is about the p payments that came out data released Monday by the small business administration shows that businesses owned by members of Congress on the law practice that represented president trump were among the hundreds of thousands of firms that received aid from the agency, the data which was released after weeks of pressure from media outlets, lawmakers paints a picture of a haphazard first-come first serve program that was not designed to evaluate the relative need of the recipients Phil Rucker also associates of Jared Kushner, as we mentioned the president's Law Firm. How is that fair if all of that is true? While what this data show, Brian is that a number of firms with close connection to either the trump administration or other powerbrokers in Washington were able to get that federal funding a much more easily than other businesses out around the country without those sort of connection the it's kind of a classic game in Washington where those who have a hookup those you have a link or connection. To the powerful in this got in this country in the government and get favors from the government more easily than others. The problem is the reason why there's so much outcry today over this revelation is death. There are a lot of businesses out there across the country who are really hurting didn't receive funding from this program or didn't receive enough funding from this program. To help them and there's also not been any act. By Congress yet to try to do additional spending you know. Four five months now since the pandemic at set in and a lot of these businesses had to scale back their operations than a lot of their workers, and there has not yet been more recent faith a- federal stimulus to help. These companies and Congress back to set off on the campaign trail here pretty soon, so they really only have a few weeks left to act. Joe Cova President has a busy day on social media. There were so many shining objects you had to wear sunglasses for most of it today he tweeted out his at least day. Facto support, not criticism of the confederate flag and sports teams named the Redskins and Indians, and then tonight on Fox News. We got this from Mark Meadows the White House Chief of staff. In fact, he's the only thing that stands between a mob and the American people you know I. It's the statute then. There's the businesses then it's their homes, you know. Sadly we have a loss of life and yet this president is willing and not only willing, but has already put for federal resources to make sure that we can restore law and order. So Jovan. We've established. Lord knows I'm not a doctor, nor am I. Bet Schloss or Meacham, but I have read a lot and I do know that the tactic of saying they're coming for you. They're coming for your stuff they're coming for. Your family has been used throughout our history by various candidates. And that's what you're seeing here. From the White House from the president from his senior staff. You know he spent the weekend. As we are seeing, these numbers rise across so many states of this country as hospitals are reporting that they are getting more and more patients potentially too many patients for them to treat. And meanwhile you had the president at a pair of July fourth events that Mount Rushmore, and then at the White House I really digging in on the country's divisions, possessor baiting a racial concern These conversations that people are having across the country right now and you saw just today. Talking about the confederate flag about bubba Wallace Suggesting that he should apologize after finding. Staff found that news in his stall. In again and again, trying to seize on these culture wars, and it's one of these situations where a lot of people around the president who are looking at his poll numbers. are trying to convince him. This is not a strategy that is working for him. It's not a strategy that's going to win over undecided voters. It's going to win back. Suburban Women other people who may be on the fence now about his rhetoric, and yet as you've seen again today, it's something. The president continues to dig in on really speaking to his base yet again. Our thanks to our starting big three tonight. All three of whom have tough jobs these days Joe Cove and Philip Rucker Doctrine Padilla. Thank you very much coming up for US Florida's. Struggling to stop the state surging corona. Virus cases well LASCA Florida doctor who helped write her cities reopening rules. What do you do about now and later politics in black and white a speech so very trump that one fox news host said it was the best one. This president has ever given. The eleventh hour is just getting underway on this back to work Monday night. Hey. It's Chris as this week. My podcast wise is happening. I'll be talking with philosopher and former police chief, Brennan. Del Pozzo about police accountability and reform when you physically struggle with someone, even if you can overcome them, and they don't hurt you and you win that fight so to speak. You have adrenaline and chemicals in you that make you unsympathetic to the person you're dealing with is a human being. 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We bring these leaders and their struggles and successes to life this week. Former judge in United States Attorney Carol Lam when I walked through that door. They would all look at me then I would think to myself I. Know what you're thinking about me right now, and by the time we leave this room. You're going to be thinking something else. Join me for season. Three of the oath and MSNBC. podcast searched for the oath wherever you're listening right now and please subscribe new episodes. Everyone's Day. This thing has been circulating for longer in our country than we initially thought at the beginning of March that, you had a broader testing criteria. You would have picked up more more cases at that time. There's no need to really be fearful about it. I mean we can talk about the the different steps that individuals can take the we're. GonNa take statewide. But at the end of the day. This is something that's been around for quite some time. You heard the governor. The ardent trump follower Rhonda Santa's telling Floridians, no one need be fearful. Despite the new records being set in that State, daily Miami Herald points out quote. It took three months from early March to June twenty second for Florida, across one hundred, thousand new confirmed covert nineteen cases. It took less than two weeks for the state to go from one hundred thousand to two hundred thousand cases according to Miami, Beach Mayor Dan Gelber things aren't looking great. We don't have. All I think it's got a handle on US two weeks ago. There were sixty covid patients on ventilators hundred sixteen our county. To exclude their one hundred and twenty-one ation ICU of you're not fringing thirty, which is the highest I? Don't think it's a good idea. Tell people this is just a sort of normal. For more, we welcome to our broadcast. Dr Eileen Mardi. She happens to be a professor of Infectious Diseases at Florida. INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY DOWN IN MIAMI. She also works with the WHO, and in the past has worked with teams responding to outbreaks across the globe. Doctor I know I try to keep all of our physicians away from politics. But what do you think the governor is talking about their that people not need not be fearful and that in effect this has hung around longer than people thought. I can't get into his head and try and guess what what he's talking about. What I can say is that the situation in Miami Dade is a very serious and we had several emergency meetings about what to do about how serious it is in our hospital and and it doesn't match what you just communicated. When you go out on the streets. How does your view of reality? The people you see the activities going on? How does that differ from what you know should be the case. There's no question that there are a portion of our population that are flaunting the rules especially among the most the young people in in our communities that are having these parties and. Get togethers where the disease is spreading, there's there's a lack of an understanding of how serious the viruses and it comes up because we have this disconnect among some of our leaders in how they're expressing the problems, population, and some of our media's well. Let's talk about the young people. In many cases, they are a symptomatic carriers. In many cases. They are super spreaders. I need not remind you. There are many multigenerational households in your state. So the governor keeps saying how young the median age is of those testing positive. Who's in the hospital? Though what age group is that generally? The in our hospitals we're seeing. largest portion of our hospitals. Patients are in their thirties and younger, so we're not seeing a lot of older individuals mean to the hospital now. We've more or less got a handle on what was going on in the in the nursing homes, of which we have the highest in our county, so it it. First of all you said there a Cincinnati carriers, their eysenck dramatic as far as they can tell, but when we do chest xrays on these people, sixty seven percent show long damage, though they may feel great, but they're not great, and the truth is. They're having scar tissue forming in their lungs. That may have implications for their future, so even the young people the children. When you do films, we see the damage. These are people we don't hospitalize. That's an important point and thank you for making it and I'll try to strike the word a symptomatic from my vocabulary wherever it comes up. Because as you point out, it's not always the case. The Education Commissioner in Florida wants to Reopen K. through twelve schools starting in August. Is that really a good idea? Right about now? So what came out from the from the state of Florida to all the counties was that they wanted schools to reopen. However, in the actual documents, they are allowing not just brick and mortar openings, but All kinds of other creative ways of of having opening distance learning. Synchronous and asynchronous which jives. With what we were planning here for the Miami Dade, public schools and for our universities, and also it's important to know that locals health officials, and our mayor has an influence on whether or not the brick and mortar schools actually opened depending on our health condition. Another good point to make. Thank you for your expertise. Thank you for your candour. Dr Eileen Marty has been our guest tonight coming up how the White House press secretary attempts to defend her boss not easy on a day like the one we have, and it showed. Our nation's witnessing a merciless campaign to wipe out our history. Defame Our heroes eraser values and indoctrinate our children. Angry mops are trying to tear down statues of our founders. To face our most sacred memorials and unleash a wave of violent crime in our cities, those who want us to be ashamed of who we are are not interested in justice or inhaling. Their goal is demolition. Their goal is not a better America. They goal is to end America. So as we established earlier after a busy weekend spent stoking culture wars, the president had a busy day for himself on twitter, including this attack on the only black driver in NASCAR's premier bracket, and we quote has bubble Wallace apologized to all those great nascar drivers and officials who came to his aid, stood by aside, and we're willing to sacrifice everything for him only to find out that the whole thing was just another hoax that and flag decision has caused lowest ratings ever. To be clear here for a second bubble, Wallace OS and apology to no one he did not find and never saw the object in question. It was a rope used to lower a garage door unmistakably tied as a noose. The FBI investigated and found the rope predated this year's race bubble. Wallace has single-handedly already changed the culture of Nascar and the family of drivers and teams in the sport has rallied around him. And the NASCAR ratings this weekend were up close to forty percent over the same race last year, but these are the times we are living in the America of the year twenty twenty, and with us to talk about it here tonight. Professor Eddie Law Junior. The Chairman of the Center of African American Studies at Princeton University also happens to be the author of a new book begin again. Again James Baldwin's America, and it's urgent lessons for our own that discussion still forthcoming tonight also with us. Is Michael Steele former chairman of the Republican? National Committee former Lieutenant Governor of the Great State of Maryland these days host of the Michael Steele, podcast gentlemen welcome to you both and Michael I. Always try to bring you something when you come on to thank you for your presence tonight. Tonight I give you and we'll discuss it at the conclusion. Tucker Carlson from Fox News. Fridays address at Mount Rushmore was probably the best. The single speech Donald Trump has ever given. It was a roadmap for his reelection message, but more than that it was a roadmap for the country itself a quality decency pride in our nation. Michael Steele your thoughts. Well. Clearly, we heard two different things. and. I would not ascribe any of those characteristics to the speech that the president gave. And that's that's just the reality of it. Look we the reportings out there about the relationship between the president and Tucker Carlson. What else do you expect? Tucker calls some say at mean. He's in the president's ear. The President listens to him in the president clearly is taking his advice One report I read said if you WanNa get a sense. Sense of what the president's going to say. Next Watch Tucker Carlson the day before, so let's discount all of that not give it the level of of energy or or credence than it deserves. The reality of it is what we have right now. What we saw this past weekend was the the description of to America's the one that president trump wants. To lead. At tried to lead a where. Men and women of color communities are put under pressure. The economy is is stagnating. And his view of it is, it'll get better when your answer took Iran viruses while let's just move along. That should tell you about the two types of America's that Donald Trump. has in front of them, and we know which one that he's been leading from, so I don't put too much credence in any of that. High Falutin, words about what this speech was, and what it wasn't. The reality of it is the American. People have to decide what kind of country they want. And what kind of man or woman? They want to lead it going forward. Not to leave out. The professor I brought something for you to Eddie and here is the press secretary from today? Kaley mcenaney need the subject the confederate flag. Because he believed that's for sure flying the confederate flag and why don't they hear? The whole point of the tweet was to notes I the incident. The alleged crime that in fact was not a hate crime Moore's the president's position. Does he think NASCAR meter mistake banning the? So. He said he spoke Tim this morning about this. And he said he was not making a judgement, one way or the other. Even suggesting the MR abolishing. Well. Look the FBI I noted concluded that this was not a hate crime and he believes that go along way if Bubba came out and acknowledged that as well. Professor is not taking a stance on the confederate flag taking a stance on the confederate flag. Absolutely as the president of the United States. You cannot choose the American flag over the confederate flag. You cannot state unequivocally that the confederate flag the battle flag, the stars and bars. However you want to describe whichever flag you're talking about represents a moment of treason. Is the symbol of traders. You can't say that out. Loud actually speaks volumes about What president trump is committed to and who he's speaking to in those moments right and we saw this all weekend. Michael Steele. Let's talk about your fellow Republicans senator. Joni Ernst of Iowa had her chance to put some space between her and the president. This weekend. You'll forgive the phrase. She chose to stand by her man. As this potentially gets worse, the people with an r after their names who are down ballot from this president. Do you expect any courage to break out between now and November one hundred twenty days? I think that's the question of for the moment to sort of track, not maybe right now, but certainly in the next few weeks. How you see any slippage breakage between the president and US senators, congressmen and women, governors and others as they get closer to. The Convention for sure, but certainly once you get into September Look. It's where these a lot of these folks are they. They're so tethered at this point. It is much more difficult for them to make the kind of break. At this stage because they need that based turnout, they're going to need that. Turn out in their states. And they figure at some point. Be Enough momentum from the presidential campaign, and maybe other events that are going on that they'll make up the difference if you will, I wouldn't bet on that. I think the country is very much making his mind a lot sooner than later in this in this upcoming campaign, Brian and if I'm Joanie I if you know if I'm any of these, folks are on the bubble in the Senate, which is now in play by the way. You have to think twice whether or not you're ready to go home for good or if you want to come back to Washington and what is going to take you to do that? Michael Steele, thank you. It's a pleasure as always, and I'm thanking you because professor Claude has been asked to return for one more segment to discuss his work as an author and the powerful subject that man right there of his new biography. Happen into this country. Simply. A very big joke. MEANING NOTHING To us. The unmistakable and essential James Baldwin was a lot of things born in Harlem died in France genuine, intellectual writer, author, playwright, occasional polemicist activists in the early, so called Gay Liberation Movement activist for civil rights. He gave us titles like go tell it on the mountain, the fire next time notes of a native son, and if Beale street could talk. Our friend and frequent contributor professor Eddie Glut junior is a lot of things as well. He's a proud morehouse man who earned a PhD from Princeton where his name is now on the door, he chairs the American. Studies Department and now he has given us a new title as the author of Begin Again James. Baldwin's America and it's urgent lessons for our own professor. It is a pleasure to discuss this work with you and I'm going to begin. Where we should on a night like this. What would your subject make of this time right here and right now and the three words? Black lives matter. The fact that we would have to say that again. The fact that My Son Is Having to declare those three words again in the face of the country's betrayal, you know. I think there. There's this line that Jimmy used in the white. Man's guilt published in Albany. Where he says people who imagine that history flatters them. Are impaled on their history like a butterfly on a pin. So he would I think. He might even be. Stunned! Not Shocked stunned at the brazenness of it all, but the fact that another generation Brian has to assert their worth. has to assert their value. And can you imagine in this moment? Someone who's actually saying that for me to say black lives, matter is actually to say something hateful. I mean just think about that formulation for minute. So as much as America says it's change. It's changing as Jimmy would say American never really really changes. Indeed we have vice president and a president unable to unwilling to say the words publicly. A president who has you know has connected black lives matter with the word hate would Baldwin agree. With those that say we're, we're witnessing a new, certainly, not a moment, a new movement afoot. Well I think you know. I think I'd I'd. I'm often hesitant to speak for him because I think his words. That, he wrote in his time or relevant to our own, but what I do know what I want to say. Is that This current moment suggests that we're on the precipice of possible change that we're at an inflection point that November is in some ways Brian, a moral reckoning, and what we need to do is kind of mind, the rubble and ruins of our pass to kind of gather up resources. To to really face what the moment! Calls from us. And I think. Where Baldwin always insisted that we must be mindful that as human beings we are at once miracles and disasters. That we can, in fact be miraculous, and how we act in the world, but we could also be dastardly right in our in our pettiness and in our cruelty, so the moment that we're in is a moment of possible change, but there's no guarantee. We have to find some kind of way to muster the energy to imagine ourselves otherwise, and this is why I wrote the book that we have to in some ways begin again, not abdicate our responsibility, but step up to this moment, and perhaps a succeed this time in imagining America a new. What a life he led, certainly not all of it fund, but if memory serves, he hung out with both Simone and Sartre and Angelo for good measure. And I can't wait to read it. I can't wait to see it. Take its rightful place on the shelf of heroes behind you there. It is begin again. The author Professor Eddie. Gloss junior thank you very much my friend for coming on good luck with it. We'll talk about it. Some more I'm quite sure coming up for another deadly threat suddenly on the rise in our cities during our summer of discontent. This may well be a long hot summer. It was dangerous and deadly weekend in some of our cities due to gun violence New, York City alone. Sixty four people were shot in the state of Georgia. The governor's calling out the guard our report on all of it tonight from NBC's Ron Allen. A holiday weekend full of bloodshed and tears across the country, dozens of victims, including innocent children in Atlanta eight-year-olds a courier, Turner shot and killed while riding in a car with her mother. When police say for still unknown reasons, gunman opened fire. They say black lives matter. It kills your home tonight Georgia's governor, declaring a state of emergency activating up to one thousand National Guard troops after weeks of vandalism and now gun violence. It has to stop. You can't blame this on a police officer. You can't say that we this is about criminal justice reform. This is about some people carrying some weapons who shot up a car would eight year old baby in the car? Violence erupting has the nation emerges from months of covert nineteen stay at home orders, struggling with economic misery and calls to defend the police new. York steadily weakened follows an alarming spike in crime. Police say shootings rose one hundred thirty percent last month. Officials blamed factors including court closures and prisoner releases due to Kobe as well as what some see as anti police environment. By absolutely out detector out each and every day. Working on these shootings making rap. Do you think things will be better or worse? The summer. Get worse during the show because i. see nothing that's going to reverse the trend in Chicago seven year old Natalie Wallace was at a July fourth celebration with family. When police say, gunmen pulled up outside the house and opened fire, a bullet striking her forehead. Heart gets broken again. We gotta be touted his good dammit. Outside of run Ellen NBC News New York. And coming up for us, proof that if this July fourth felt different out there, it really was. A. Last. Thing before we go tonight. It sure seemed like there were more. Shall we say homegrown fireworks than usual on the fourth with upwards of eighty percent of municipal firework shows canceled this year. It seemed like everybody chose to freelance. So many people took fireworks into their own hands from what we could see. We can only hope that all those hands are still attached to arms. Aerial pictures of southern California show the stunning number of fireworks just going on. On in streets and backyards, as far as the eye can see, hundreds of fires were set across the state all from illegal fireworks, including one hundred acre fire, and Santa Clarita, and if you're wondering, fireworks are measurable in our air. It's trackable across the country. The folks who measure era socialized particulates in our air. Put together this graphic to show the one day spike in Washington DC every year on the fourth, and it spiked way high this year. Unofficially July fourth is also the most feared night of the calendar year in the dog community. It's bad enough that for many of us. This is thunderstorm season, but our dog friends have a lot to live through in terms of sky booms this past weekend. In one case in Franklin, Tennessee a very good dog. A three year old, Belgian Mahlon wa- named Reu alerted family to a house fire next door that was caused by illegal fireworks. Everybody got out safely answering on that night. The eternal question who's a good dog and clearly the answer is rule. That is broadcast on this Monday night as we stagger back to work and begin a new week, my thanks to Ali vel. She and Steve Kornacki for allowing me some Valuable Jersey shore time. Thank you so much for being here with us. On behalf of all of my colleagues at the networks have NBC News Good Night?

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