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Fresh update on "mainstream media" discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Of people who sympathized with the attack according to one poll. It's about twenty percent instituting. It's half that it's ten percent. That's a lot of americans and saying well. We need better education. We need social media four. That's not gonna. That's not gonna fix the problem of how we integrate them. How vic with them how we how. We continue to run our democracy with that enormous number of people no longer leaving the system. Remember these people who who not only do they not believe the mainstream media in that goes without saying they don't believe that the election officials in fifty states they don't believe republican elected officials. They.
Conservative media decry Capitol riot, but grievances remain
"What have news agencies that appeal to conservatives been saying about the U. S. capitol right most right leaning commentators and host of made it clear there is no defense for trump supporters to seize the capital stopping the certification of election results and causing lawmakers to run for cover but some of tried to justify the mob's actions Tucker Carlson of fox news channel this one he said the protest is what happens when people lose faith in voting and that opponents have tried to silence trump supporters rather than understand them at it calls in addressing his viewers it's not your fault it's their fault however most of those reports on conservative media there was little talk about how those claims of widespread voter fraud work debunked other reports say the mainstream media focus too much on the capital ride while ignoring violence they said was linked to the black lives matter protests over the summer I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
2020 Wrap Up: George Floyd
"Hey guys welcome back to say with me saying. This is zack brandon. Once again. say when he saying doing look back on our first season to see if our views change different over. The course of the year for this one will be george. Floyd already looking back at this. Another another tale of police brutality in america with the focus being a black man unarmed to put to death unfortunately this time of need to throw for eight minutes zach. Did you get to look at any information in regards to Just what happens with police officers of that situation. So i know the third degree murder charge was dropped and i think that's chauvin was allowed to live outside of minnesota. But as far as i know. I believe they're still awaiting trial on a echoes the same on. Cnn says it says a judge orders one trial four x cops charging jewish schwab killing keeping case in minneapolis. Derek chauvin towel foul thomas lane and j. They just have the Abbreviation he ruled that a holding a single proceeding for the four officers would ensure the jurist understand. All the evidence and the complete picture of george floyd is still underway within the rounds of the courts right but just looking back on it. What do you. what's your takeaways. I think it's twofold right. I think on the one hand. It was clearly awful and the video. Everyone watched the video or that that traveled across all of social media and all of the mainstream media and it was awful. I think that clearly it was handled horribly and the officers should be held accountable for it. I think it also revealed though the the country or at least a large portion of the country's willingness or i don't wanna say at least willingness to jump to racism as the as the cause right because clearly it was. It was awful. But i still think at this point. At least there isn't much hard evidence that shelving was doing it out of racist intent. And i think that was what sparked a lot of these movements and protests and riots and things because you know the belief was that it was white cop killed a black person because of ring racist intent and because of race so it to clearly i i stand with the people that are standing against xiaobin because he up clearly but yeah. I don't know do you. Do you have any takeaways before we cut this one. I mean listen. Do i think that they some very strong. Black man who was going against the direct orders of the police are even granted mental health component of it. That we get more. Eventually you have to address because there's not really a focus in the united states. But honestly i think and i feel safer to say. The jakab was an idiot. I'd rather see. The cop was an idiot. 'cause i can easily see a what a what gentleman who had mental issues. Put his hand. You know just imagine someone kane from wrestling doing all the stuff that i'd put my neck on came to me just because if i'm an idiot if i don't follow protocol really care about the idea of another human's life. I'm sure he would do the same thing for anyone. He was in fear of his own life with so you know whether whether it was a knee or he shot him. I feel he would've made the same decision and we will definitely have to do episode on cases of police brutality across the board and can shed some light on some of these other cases right because clearly while it does happen a lot to black individuals. Police brutality issue across the board. And it's something that really doesn't get talked about enough and we. We have to say what needs saying about those cases to
Voice AI in Europe Year-in-Review 2020: Voice Assistants and Privacy Issues
"One of things. I do Just for the audience's give you a little perspective before we go into this. I have some ideas of things that i think are big stories of the year that we should talk about. But i also ask guests to suggest some things and top of the list for nave. Was privacy concerns around voice technology. And i think interestingly enough this is a topic we didn't really talk much about by. Us guests when we did a yard review just just a few days ago but europe has different views on this in there has been. There's been a lot of movement at the regulatory level. You know clearly there's consumer privacy advocacy going on europe. Tell me a little bit about why you think that was one of the top in twenty twenty four voice. Yeah it's funny. You say that about your your you ask us. I mean privacy came as is a big story twenty. Nineteen ridi ryan's with all of those events with you know confident top story. I would say twenty nineteen. I mean everything a month. There was another expose in lower telling a story. So i guess you could argue that. It's trending nineteen story but privacy has become such a big part of the way we talk about voice technology. Certainly it's a box labs when it comes to kids that it's something that all of our clients are talking to us about all the time and i told you know it may well have come as and been a mainstream media topic in twenty nine teen but everybody is still talking about. Voice are bad privacy and in fact they're more educated parents because children being remote learning all year long this year with the pandemic you know that concern on the parents size but also in terms of our kinds of companies on the entertainment companies. I think when you look at the numbers it's really interesting to see the wild keeper more education than have more concerns about privacy and bread. You guys did a survey on this year. Yourselves of as trust issues with voice assistance at we can still see the numbers of people. Buying them are going up enough so to me that translates to adults thinking okay. I'll you consent to use my voice if you give me. Convenience in utility voice under bassett tradeoff that adults are willing to to go if they think about it at all rise but the very different construct when it comes to kids you know i mean when you think a bad kids invoice are really comfortable as parents of young kids to allow our kids voices to be used as data accumulation exercise where you know they can be profiled for at driven business models where the utility in the business model are combined. And i think a lot of people when they sound bites and think about that Browns there are concerns when it comes to car manufacturers toy manufacturers education companies. I say when it comes to privacy one of the reasons why is because for kids voices not a nice to have. It's not just a convenience. As technology has become more accurate. It's become a necessity for kids to use voice technology and more and more as becomes ubiquitous in classrooms. And at home kids voices will be used at the natural interface with lots and lots of technology. So we come to take you for granted thus kedah invoices stages collected unused posts consent in exactly the same way as as stages use storage and processed in the exact same ways. So for me. I guess the the stark paying about twenty twenty was we had all of this ad crying. Twenty nineteen very little changed in twenty twenty on regulation. We can't really expect regulation to turn it off on you know it's up and eighteen. Chapman best just not realistic but it is realistic for at the market to reflect some of those concerns and for companies like us who are privacy by design from the get-go who built from grand four privacy from since twenty thirteen to have it now as a competitive advantage. That privacy is something that's built into our system in amherst seeing a lot of people asking us bag privacy so you know. I think it's issue that will continue to be there and i think for kids. It's absolutely fundamental rise and and we'd like to hear more our compatriots in the voice space token
House votes to more than triple coronavirus relief stimulus checks
"Doubt. So again, 600 Bucks or $2000 House passed a stimulus check boost as Republicans splinter this from Politico House vetoed overwhelmingly Monday to roughly triple Pandemic related stimulus checks, but it may amount to more of a political maneuver than an effort. Who ultimately deliver additional relief. Mm. 2 75 to 1 34 the vote that came with a few dozen Republicans joining nearly all Democrats to back this increase, which was first demanded by President Donald Trump last week as he threatened to kill a massive aid package. So you love politico. Threatened to kill threatened to kill what the hell has Congress been doing for the last? 89 months Now we know Pelosi waited. This is what kills me. It takes the president to come out and be like guys. What is in this thing? This is stupid. This is what you've spent all this time on. So, yes, you tune into all the mainstream media outlets and, yes, They're killing Donald Trump and Republicans Now they're going to blame all of this on the turtle. This is this moving forward The turtle Mitch McConnell, you watch He's going to be blamed for completely falling flat. And not delivering coronavirus stimulus. For the well, Well, I guess maybe not 89 months we have the cares Act. Early in the year. So I guess we're looking at six months.
William Barr Sees ‘No Reason’ for Special Counsels for Hunter Biden, Election
"With President Donald Trump. Outgoing Attorney General William Barr said today he saw no reason. To appoint a special counsel to look into the president's claims of election front or attacks and the tax investigation into the son of President elect Joe Biden things that Trump has really been looking forward to try to prove by the way, because let's face it. The sad reality of this. I don't care what you think about whether or not There was any election fraud or anything when it came to the coverage of the election. The media. Was if you don't believe that the mainstream media is now in Kohut when it comes to what they will and will not report You're kidding yourself. You're a fool. That's all there is to it. They bent over backwards not to report anything that hunter Biden did. I mean, there was a lad, Can you imagine? ALF. I will eventually finish a sentence. Yes. Can you imagine? If Donald Trump Jr or Ivanka Trump or any of the trump Children, even Tiffany If any of them had left the laptop. At a repair shop forgot about it. And then the information that was on one about that was on it about Hunter. Biden came out about one of the trump kids, can you there would have been wall to wall coverage. They would have. They would have preempted the mast singer just to talk about the trump Children like that, But because it was hunter Biden. Not only did they not talk about it, they full on hit it. I mean, when you're not when it's when you've got something like that, right in your face when you've got a practically a full on admission that he is using his father's influence in order to financially benefit himself when there's pictures of him using drugs on a laptop. And you don't do anything about it when there's absolutely no reporting about that. Anywhere but fringe news organizations. I mean, come on. I don't even care what you think about it because you know that if it was one of the trump Children, and that was out there, there would have been like I said, Wall to wall coverage. There would have been exposes. They would have taken off regular programming and gone news wall. The wall there would have been. I mean, you would have been able to avoid it. As it stands unless you had a particular political bent. You would have had to go out of your way to find the actual information about Hunter Biden, So it's It's really kind of disgusting now in its final press conference Mar also broke with Trump in reinforcing that federal officials believe Russia was behind the cyber espionage operation targeting the U. S government government. Trump has suggested without evidence that China could be responsible Bar said the investigation and 100 Biden's financial dealings with being handled responsibly and professionally. He said. I have not seen a reason to appoint a special counsel and I have no plan to do so before I leave. The reason that Trump wants a special counsel is because if there's a special counsel in investigating it It would make it more difficult for Biden to shut it down the way the investigation is right now, if when a Democratic age comes in, they can. They can shut it down and given the fact that pretty easily by the way, given the fact that what I was just saying that the mainstream media would wouldn't even touch the story with a 10 FT pole. If they shut the investigation down. If Biden the points is a ghee and gets in there, and the first thing they do is shut the investigation down. Odds are pretty good. You won't hear about it.
interview With Scott Whyte, Chief Digital Officer at AeroSafe Global
"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez. Here today i have the privilege of hosting scott white. He is the chief digital officer at air safe. Global scott is a veteran life sciences and health. It leader with over twenty five years of experience serving the nation's largest life-science provider payer and health solutions organizations at zero safe global he's responsible for driving digital innovation partner and customer relationships and more scots also actively advising early stage health technology companies and investors on health tech prior to joining arrow safe scott was the chief strategy officer at clear data the leading life sciences and healthcare cloud automation insecurity company where he helped drive thirty x growth. In prior roles scott served as the it vice president common spirit health vice president and cio of phoenix children's hospital and seventeen years helping build. The healthcare practices at siemens healthcare and cap. Gemini is serving hospitals health insurance and life. Science companies scotus spoken nationally on topics including accountable. Care cloud information exchanges digital engagement. Engine olmecs. his background is impressive and And also multifaceted and so. I think everybody's gonna enjoy our conversation with scott today. Scott thank you so much for joining us so it is great to be with you today. Really excited to Talk with you. Yeah likewise scott and so before we dive into air safe global in the work that that you guys are doing there. I wanna learn more about you. Scott and have the listeners learn about you and what inspires your work in healthcare good. So hey it'd be good to go back in the early days. I was so excited about. Technology was a programmer early in high school. These days were just coming out and studied information systems and was excited to to apply technology to make businesses better and i was not actually interested in healthcare but my consulting organization assigned to a project at kaiser in northern california helped design implement and go live with the system in a brand new hospital northern california. I completed cop bug so working with physicians and nurses lab pharmacy radiology people and the beauty and complexity of the human body medicine. I'm along with having problems to solve. I mean there's really some broken workflows need for improved information. Sharing just just pulled me on and that's been a twenty five to now pushing thirty year journey of wrestling with problems in healthcare and expires me. Because there's there are still Illness and disease and tried to burn out so many problems that we need to work on to apply technology to To make things better. Not that is partially. Yeah that's so interesting scott and you've been through a lot and so now you're you're doing some very interesting work at at aero safe so talk to us about what you guys are up to there and what exactly you're doing to add value to the healthcare ecosystem well it is so relevant to day Arrow safe global focuses on cold chain shipping for pharmaceuticals. That's very important me that even amongst healthcare professionals very few knew about it until right now. It's in the national news. Because of kobe challenge and the challenge of shipping vaccine some some which needs to be at negative seventy degrees celsius and so cold. Chain strengthen center even in mainstream media. So i'm thankful to be a part of that too. Been as we speak the involved in the delivery of vaccines all of the world and my role digital side is to connect our digital cold chain solutions with other parts of the healthcare ecosystem. And so even just this morning was talking with a global medical device company about ways to bridge some of the big gaps and problems that we have between the vaccine and devices other elements of the system. That really all need to come together ultimately in order to vaccinate people and Pushback this this awful pandemic
Powerhouse Marketer Ana Valdz on Using Media to Create Change
"I speak with a lot of latinos who emigrated to the united states as children are in their teens. You're thirty when you came to the us and you were single. It's a big leap. It is a huge leap. You know in a lot of different ways. Mexico became small in the sense that when we opened up i realized that there was so much more so my masters took me to spain. My phd took me to the united states. And it allowed me to myself. It allowed me to be exactly who. I wanted the way i wanted another thing. That was very crucial. And i didn't mention it. Before was the latino movement in mexico philanthropy and social movements are not easy to happen and over here. I just saw immediately. What was happening. I saw people at the white house at very high levels that in countries like my original country mexico could have never had that upward mobility. I saw literally the american dream and being here for the first six months. Change the perspective of my life. You worked at the white house. Office of presidential personnel received a presidential appointment from president clinton to act as a special assistant for latin america at the us department of energy. How do you go from that world to building your own production company so my husband comes in there. I need my husband at the hispanic heritage awards when vice president gore was a special guest. And that's you know in politics. I worked there. I'm latino letting van. You wanna come. So i actually went to the event and my husband right now was the emcee. Ob vent and so there was an after party. I met him. We started dating long distance. And we also realize that what i wanted to do politics. He wanted to do in media which is bringing all the latino amazing element into mainstream in mikey's mainstream politics and in his case mainstream media additionally he was exactly what i wanted to do which is used media to create change. At that point. I was using politics to create change but the truth is media was mice expertise so two years later we get married. I leave my job. It was really hard by the way but leave my job and moved to california and then we started working together with my concepts in washington. Dc and all his production company that already existed when i got married and do shows and other things what actually went in to building that production company walk us through it first of all the passion you know the passion of knowing that there was a treasure than was a blind spot for america. That was waiting to happen. And that could make so much money for all this corporations and studios and competent producers that were in the business to make money. We could make money by transforming the community and transforming the way the community looked in the united states.
Interview With Imogen Callister
"Today i'm joined by. In calcutta aka k- the media coach after korea to spend journalism real estate operations and a position is branding and marketing specialist at rei imaging now ex with businesses and individuals to help build their brand online. Emmy can you. You can call me. Whatever you like. But miceli i get codeine. Welcome to the show. Thank thank you so much for having me. It's an on obviously debate here on your incredible podcast. Awesome for you to be. He and the media coach is relatively new venture for you. Yeah which you started in january. The she so tell us a bit about it. So look i guess my passion really stems by two ways. One my love of real estate but predominantly my background's journalism media and marketing and it's really blending. Those two worlds together and being an agent is a unique job sam. Every day they have to apply for a new job like imagine that world. It's not easy and you've constantly go to be out there prospecting for new clients and it's my job to help my clients build a personal brand that people want to connect with an also build world-class campaigns in social media marketing and digital online presence to really help them connect with more sellers out there in the marketplace. And it's hard to believe but a lot of people we pick up the fire in one hundred times a day. We make all these goals but you forget like our mobiles right in our hands and everybody fact checks everything now. In fact seventy percent of all sellers will look you up before making a decision on you as an agent so the media coverage was kind of founded on my true passion of helping agents and look like many people. It's been a challenge with covid. I've just had just the best journey. And i really. I'm sorry lucky. I get to wake up every day and leave my passion and my dream and help agents and with some of the top performers in the country. Now so i just feel like it's it's an absolute honor to really work in that position. I mean you've done raising job. So far and really covered as proven agents need to start acting like media companies themselves anyway. So it's great that they've got someone like you to help them along and i think covert is really sorta taught agents viva lesson in terms of you. Don't take back the narrative in the only thing that people here out there is the mainstream media which is obviously always the right. Listen and the thing is think the hardest part for agencies the first question is they say. I don't know what to post because everyone cares about what other people think. And that's human nature satellite. Go onto worried about pricing. I don't know what to post. And i don't know what to say in my purse. That builds brand attraction will makes the whole world of social media like a photo. I mean even though that's not really relevant now likes going on social media where like inist rally aware actually the only place in the world currently with no likes on facebook and instagram. Like if going to the states while that movements coming through so for an aging. It's really breaking down those barriers of understanding that innate to master paid and an own media strategy into their brand so an own media strategy is how they channels look facebook. Instagram linked in google business. What i call like. They pass active brands. They passive brandies lack. They google they look on google. What serves into that brand and making sure that spoiled class when people are typing and then they've got their active brand for their own channels. So that instagram you know. Everyone wants to be into famous. In fact he mcallister of locked you. You know that whole own media channel like may that content pressure now is that then for an agent you really need to look at. How do you create writing fans in your marketplace. Like it's been around for years these idea that other people generate leads into your business but it's gone blown up into the online world now a carry and how it's blowing up. He's all these online reviews and always online review platforms and it's breaking down that disruption for them so they know where to build reviews in brand it gets the more kind of licencees and the last thing i guess formulating strategy for agents now is a lot of people sam. They say to me all you know. I've tried social media before. And i say okay. What have you done that. I'll put up a video. I k and did you do that once. Yup yup. that didn't do anything sat. And it's kind of like you need to understand that ninety. Seven percent of revenue on facebook is made by digital advertising.
"mainstream media" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"One. One three zero dot iheart dot com disability service coordinator blows whistle vote fraud in group homes called granny farming. We have long been talking about that here. Which would correlate with the one thousand seven hundred seventy four percent increase that we saw for people over the gym ninety registering during a pandemic in battleground states. So rudy giuliani laid out three points. The first of which was observers were allegedly prevented from watching mail in ballots from being open. This is the easiest point to proof of all the different allegations out there and it's unconstitutional. Giuliani said that many mail in ballots were opened without observers being able to check that they were properly signed a key protection against fraud. Those votes he said were quote null and void especially where the envelopes had been. Discarded making recounts useless. I think we have sound here of rudy giuliani mentioning this and this point one play tape. The reality is that we are now at account of six hundred. Eighty two thousand seven hundred and seventy ballots for which we have affidavits that there was no inspection of that valid. At the time that it was entered in the vote was a mail. Ballot mail ballots are particularly prone to fraud. We will warned about that by jimmy. Carter president jimmy carter and secretary baker in a report about a dozen years ago in which they said that mail balloting is particularly susceptible of fraud that we should very carefully consider ever doing it. Point number two allegedly unequal application of the law in democratic counties again reading from breitbart dot com from my friend. joe pollock. He's terrific and it was just a really organized way to put the press conference in a list. It's really well done and joel's a lawyer. A great guy in pennsylvania who state supreme court created new relaxed voting rules before the election. Giuliani alleges that absentee votes and democratic counties were allowed to quote cure defects in their ballots while voters and republican counties which obeyed the state law as written. Were not. Do we have tape that matches up with that play tape in pittsburgh and insure. If they noticed there wasn't an ravelo they contact voter. Allow them to vote again or if he didn't fill it out completely or if he made a mistake and didn't sign his full name he was allowed to pure. There is no such provision under the law of pennsylvania. The democrat secretary of state made that up in order to maximize vote in philadelphia and pittsburgh and to minimize the votes in the other parts of the state clearly illegal clearly voter fraud easily provable. Hundreds of witnesses maybe thousands.
Rudy Giuliani and President Trump's legal team continue to undermine the election
"Yesterday there was a presser with Trump's legal team talking about where they are in questioning election results in in several states. And you know them all very well. Here's Rudy Giuliani and what he had to say. This really stood out yesterday. We can not allow these crooks because that's what they are to steal an election from the American people they elected Donald Trump. They didn't elect Joe Biden. Joe Degenova legal analyst, former U. S attorney to the District of Columbia, a member of the Trump campaign legal team. His wife, Victoria, Tensing, also a member of that team, and you saw them yesterday there with Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell and Jenna Ellison. Some others, Joe, Thank you for joining us this morning. Good. Great to be here. So, Joe, obviously a lot of questions from yesterday, But I think the question that I walked away from this with as I thought. There were a lot of very compelling arguments that were made. But yet I heard from the left that that that presser did not answer their questions and left a lot of people walking away saying, Okay. What Now? What? What did you What was the point of it? What did you want to prove in? Do you think you proved that? Well, First of all, I don't care what the left says about yesterday. That's number one. If we were to listen to them, we'd never get anything done number one. Let's let's just get a little perspective here before everybody loses their brain power in 2020. We had one state in Bush v. Gore. 2020. We have 6 to 8 states that we have to deal with. I took daunting task, but it is doable. Now, let's just step back for a second. And look what happened on election night. Election night. Donald Trump has a massive lead. He's on his way. And then all of a sudden everything stops around midnight, and in the key battleground states, the counting stops it stops. And at that point, we asked. Well, what happened? Why is that happening? And the answer is that point Something was afoot. As Sherlock Holmes used to say the game is afoot. Now, why did it stop? It stopped because it had to, because once they saw how much Mr Biden needed to win, they needed to get to put in place a plan which had existed to allow him to win. Now I want a completely associate myself. With everything that Rudy Giuliani said yesterday This election was stolen from the president of the United States, and that's the job that he has assigned Those of us who were on the legal team to fix and that is exactly what we're about to do. Just we are supposed to believe that in these six states Everything happened at the same time by accident that this is just an act of God. It is fate that it is a coincidence. Well, in my opinion, it is a coincidence with a purpose on the purpose was to stop. To figure out from the computers what you needed to win and then to get those numbers and that's exactly what was done. Now we have affidavits, hundreds and hundreds of affidavits. That's what Victoria and I Have been doing over the last two weeks now, and that is finding witnesses talking to them, interviewing them and getting them to give sworn underscore. Warn affidavits or declarations to be used in courts of law. Now, the reaction yesterday at the news conference was really fascinating. When you stand up there, and you look out at this sea of reporters, mostly unfriendly, with a few exceptions. The nature of the questions is so stupid and uninformed and offensive. It's just remarkable for anybody to suggest the journalism lives. Now they have to be in some sort of cave. But you know what? It makes the fight even better to do. Because it's one thing to have to fight the other side. But it's another thing to have to fight almost the entire mainstream media and so that's what we're doing. We have great confidence in our legal team. And we've given these to the statistical analyses that are being done in the expert witnesses who are executing affidavits about the incredible anomalies. In the numbers that they are statistically impossible to be what are being represented to the public. I have no doubt that we will get a fair chance in federal courts and maybe in some state courts to prove our case, but we have time. And but again, this is in 2000 with one state. This is 2020 was 68 states. It's not easy, but it's being done and I want to congratulate everybody on the legal team. These people are working 24 hours a day with little sleep, no pay and are doing a marvelous job.
Children are losing basic skills under virus restrictions
"A new report from the. Ap surprisingly children are losing basic skills while under the corona virus restrictions. The reason the surprises me is because you very rarely hear anything in the mainstream media about the horrific downsides of these lockdowns like suicide suicides the drug addictions the domestic abuse increases but here. Evidently children are losing some extremely basic skills. According to the ap some young children have forgotten how to eat with a knife and fork. Which to me is odd. Because that's i never used a knife at school. When i was eating and i just don't understand the connection between these two things. It seems like the most most of your eating with a knife and fork is going to take place at home because you're not eating steaks at the school cafeteria. Specify that it was at school it did not okay. It's restaurants maybe the only time children use forks and knives or at restaurants. I don't know. I don't know what kind of family you had in in mississippi or whatever but we had a knife and fork night when i ate at home like that was just standard table settings. You'd have a knife and fork and that there was going to be some sort of whom meet that required a knife. I mean we wouldn't have a spoon out if we weren't going to eat anything. That was a liquid sure. Yeah i mean. I see what you're saying but usually there was enough variety to where you would have. You would use a knife and fork and a spoon often enough to where you'd retain what i don't understand here is why you're still eating during the pandemic so-called pandemic eating pizza that the problem that would be my speculation based on personal experience on hamburgers or something like that finger food. That would be my guess. Yes they're not eating. The parents are so lazy. Then i don't. I don't cook my own food either okay. So but i'm not feeding this crap to a kid but that says eat good even though i don't cook it that said even though i go out and and we'll get to jamaican food or something like that. I'm almost always eating it with a knife and fork so it must be all finger food that these these kids parents are buying them otherwise. How could they possibly lose that skill. It's a daily thing that you do. That's an excellent point. It has to just be finger food sandwiches. No other crap. Yeah so others others have regressed back into diapers what this is for real. This is a real. Ab story is from the ap. News dot com. Wow evidently i imagine of the younger ones right maybe three or four years old that are regressing back into diapers and not like eight year old. Don't even understand how that can happen like normally when you're a kid. Midori regression from lack of stimulus. Perhaps yeah i mean. I hope they talked to some expert here at some point to explain how this can happen. Because normally at least my recollection now. I don't have a detailed memory of this but isn't it generally the case that it's like. Hey you're a big boy now. You didn't have to like. Have mommy help you or daddy help you with going to the bathroom the bathroom or whatever you got you got it all on your own son or daughter. Good job you know. Here's a gold star. We'll take you out to dinner or gig get some desert or whatever the some sort of reward. There's the reward of you did it yourself the pride in being able to do that yourself. How could you possibly regress back to that. And be like mom. I just wanna pee my diaper again. Can you get me a diaper again. What how does that even happen. Maybe it's another failure of the parents who as we suspect are so lazy. They're just feeding their kids. Finger foods slap in diapers on the kids. They're like we don't want to get off the couch. So here you go. I don't know how second because the parents are buying the diapers right. I presume they're not making them you. Yeah you would imagine the first time that you're fully toilet. trained child. Use the bathroom in their clothing. That you would stop buying diapers one and you would address that with them instead of just okay. what. I don't want to deal with this here. Put some vipers back on
Free speech and the struggle against misinformation ahead of 2020 election
"Last week, The New York Post published a potentially damaging story about Hunter Biden, son of the Democratic presidential nominee. Based on emails, The Post said, were provided by former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and originally harvested from a laptop computer left in a Delaware repair shop. There were enough questions about the authenticity of the emails that most mainstream media declined to publish the story, but it's the kind of content that Khun spread like wildfire on Social media. In a remarkable move Twitter on Wednesday Band users from sharing links to the story because it said the emails may have been hacked and contained private information. It reversed course two days later after Republicans accused Twitter of censorship. But the episode illustrates a question our guest, Emily Bazelon, has been thinking about in an age when questionable, Perhaps even fabricated content can sweep through the digital world unchecked. Does our traditional commitment to unfettered free speech still serve democracy. And the cover story for this week's New York Times Magazine, Basil on surveys the impact that lies and conspiracy theories sometimes promoted by foreign actors can have on our political discourse. And she explores how other countries think differently about free speech and its relationship to a healthy democracy. Emily Bazelon is a graduate of the Yale Law School and a journalist. She's a staff writer for the New York Times Magazine and the Truman Capote fellow for Creative Writing at Yale Law School. She's also the author of two books. She joins us from her home in New Haven, Connecticut. Emily Bazelon welcome back to fresh air. Thanks so much for having me you open your piece with a story that began making the rounds some months back, among right wing voices on the Internet that there was a plan by the forces of Joe Biden to stage a coup to take over the government in connection with the November election. First of all, what was the basis of this claim? Great. So this is ahh concocted claim and the sort of colonel at the center of it was a project called the Transition Integrity Project, a group of about 100 academics and journalists and pollsters and former government officials and former campaign the staff staffers. They started meeting over the summer to kind of game out various scenarios for the November election, and so they were basically testing American democracy in the event that President Trump wins in the event that vice President Biden winds To see in various scenario is what could happen. And in the event, there's a contestant result in a long, nasty count. Yes, exactly especially in the event if there's a contestant result in litigation and other possibilities, and so in one of their several scenarios, Biden wins the popular vote but loses the Electoral College. And so in that hypothetical case they imagined the Democrats would get desperate. And they might consider encouraging California and the Pacific Northwest to threaten to secede in exchange for pressuring Republicans to expand the size of the Senate. So Rosa Brooks, who was one of the organizers of this project, She's a law professor at Georgetown. She published an essay where she mentioned this threat to succeed in one sentence in an essay in The Washington Post. On the next day, you see someone named Michael Anton's, a former national security adviser to President Trump. He has an article called The Coming CU Question. Mark and based on Rosa Brooks is characterization of what the transition integrity project was doing. He starts saying that Democrats are laying the groundwork for a revolution and then you see that article take off in extremist online communities. There is AH podcast maker named Dan Bongino, who's a big trump supporter. He makes videos about it. One of them has the tag. They are telling you what they are going to do exclamation point his videos pull in millions of views. Then you see the story. My great toe, a right wing website called Revolver News Revolver. News starts to spin up the idea that Norm Eisen, who participated in the transition Integrity project and is a longtime Democratic lawyer in Washington. That he's at the center of this supposed coup. And from there, Tucker Carlson feature someone talking about this concocted made up story on his show. And then you see it just go viral on social media and get picked up by lots of groups, including, like a county Republican organization in Oregon, So it is Perfect kind of story because it pulls in both traditional media in the form of Fox and also social media. And then you see President Trump get involved. He tweets in praise of Revolver news, and then he tweets quote the November 3rd election result may never be accurately determined, which is what some want. And that's a kind of typical dark, slightly vague, foreboding kind of warning from President Trump that further perpetuates this coup narrative. And then Trump later retreat. Someone talking about a coup with regard to Nancy Pelosi. So you see from this hypothetical project that was really meant to be a kind of academic exercise about the election. This whole sat of conspiracy theories on the right that get a lot of play in the media on social media, and then from the president
Women's March in Washington, D.C.
"Are pretty routine in Washington, we're used to them. But today we have two women's marches at opposite ends of the mall. And opposite ends of the spectrum. Let's talk about these two marches. The first one is called the march for all Women. This is going to take place in the steps of the U. S. Supreme Court later on today, and the same is it I'm with her, but the her in this case, Rick is not Hillary Clinton. You recall that you used that phrase in her 2016 campaign. The herd this time is Judge Amy Cockney Barrett as she's waiting out her nomination there to the highest court in the land. This has been organized by the conservative Independent Women's warm and some of the folks that are going to be along. You may notice. No, they are Fox News contributors. Sarah Carter. Teaparty Patriots cofounded Jenny Beth Martin and Jessica Anderson, She's executive director ofthe Heritage Action. That's the activists arm of the Heritage Foundation. Also, Heather Higgins, she's the CEO of the independent woman's voice. And also Tammy Blue. She may know her. She's a columnist. Actually, her work appears in The Washington Times. She's also talk radio host, she says. We should be able to all stand up and say that this accomplished Impressive woman at his Amy Cockney. Barrett deserves to be treated with respect that's coming from Tammy Bruce, she said. Yet the so called women's movement is standing by, while the mainstream media Questions. If Miss Barrett can be a Supreme Court justice and a good mother, in addition to vilifying her for her background and her faith, and that's Tammy Bruce talking, but At the opposite end of the mall. At the exact same time, there's going to be a another women's march. You recall the women's march of years ago where they do a million progressive ladies. Down on the mall that was in 2018. They're also planning an afternoon rally and march down the hall in that area. It's called the count on US events, and they're going to start at Freedom Plaza, not far from the White House and force trumps hotel down there, and after they get down down to the mall, they're going to have a mask. Texting effort about their cause. They expect to send out five million checks, and they also have 400 other marchers that are taking place in 50 other states. That's what they have to say. We need a huge and powerful mobilization to help energize the nation inspire millions to turn out to vote and to cap off Trump's presidency just the way it started with massive women led resistance. You got it. Two marches down there. One conservative one. Definitely progressive feminist. If you're curious about the conservative 1 march for all women simply go to march for all women dot com. If you're curious about the other is women's march dot com So That's what's going on downtown today.
How to Best Use Podcasts for Influence and Profit
"Welcome to book marketing mentors the Wiki podcast where you'll end proven strategies, tools, ideas, and tips from the Masters Every Week Countries Utah Marketing Mazda, who will share their expertise to help you market and Selma books. Today my special guest is known as the podcasting Queen. Anne Marie Cross loves learning, starting and launching you creative products and being involved in multiple things at any one time. She's CEO and founder of the ambitious entrepreneur podcast network and industry. Thought Leader Academy communicate. Now A- put 'cause production and consulting agency works with businesses to create and produce their podcast series and podcast platform. So they can become known as an influential voice in their industry. She is the author of industry thought leader how to go from. Invisible too influential and profitable with Pud cost all the way from Melbourne Australia and Marie an absolute pleasure. It is to welcome you to the show and thank you for being this week's guest expert and mentor. Thank you season at such an honor to be here with you today I love talking to other part Kosters. We can really get into some nitty gritty hair and especially the fact that your over ten thousand miles away. That's even more incredible. Technology that we have effing Egypt's Today's just amazing. I know I, mean you sound the same as I'm speaking to somebody who is in the next state over so Any Ben anne-marie let's get down to business here. I am outsor- fascinated to know that us. podcasting twelve years ago when podcasting was just getting started it was in its infancy what attracted you to doing podcasting. That takes me back right back to two thousand and eight, and that was when the global financial crisis hit worldwide. I was working in the career industry back then as a career coach personal branding strategist and we had clients all over the world and a colleague, and I was so disillusioned at the doom and gloom that many of the mainstream media platforms. So at that stage which talking print which. Walking Radio and television were talking about the June gloom and it was impacting people's psyche renewed things we talk we knew things would not impossible. There was certainly hyped. So we said you know what we need to be the voice of hope and inspiration amongst all of this Damon Gloom and let's dot in a line radio show back. Then really the word podcast wasn't used as frequently actually for years. Off We did stop podcasting people. What's a? So thankfully, we've gone full circle lots more people. Now know what a podcast is and have one which is wonderful. We did that for two years to really bring different strategies and what people needed to do in order to really position themselves in a tough market place and we did that for two years. He kind of my co-host went one way and. And I continued working war with entrepreneurs and you know brandon getting them online but voice had a podcast as part of my Business Strategy Marketing Rachel of that and Nats. Gone. Full Circle, where I'm on helping other business owners to really set their platforms up but building rage building that reputation as a trusted authority in Italy their revenue using their podcast as a major component to support them enjoying that. An, excellent as you know, I mean most of the listeners hair of authors, nonfiction authors, few fiction authors oldest to a and many of them have thought about or thinking about doing a podcast. If that's the case, where would they stop with this process? Yes, and it's not often where many people think they should start people often tell what piece of technology what bought abased microphone one of the things. That I specially, if you're looking at building rage building that reputation as that go to and in your industry or even if you wanting to elevate the brand winners of your book, You have to stop with your end in mind and guy doing that you're very clear on outcomes and then you can implement the right strategy the right steps to be able to support you in achieving the goal and. One of the myths that I often Sigheh Susan is that your microphone should not be the first thing. In fact message before Michael Model, a microphone is dying to make the difference because if you think about your message are now we have so many more podcasts I mean we're ivory million now, which is still relatively a small number compared to how many blogs and how many and emails going out. On a daily basis, but we want to be able to cut through the noise that we have to be clear on that. The first thing I would say it's you know why doing this? What is the purpose for you from the onset? Now what is it that you want to achieve because there are different components that you put in chewed Euro podcast and marketing strategy that can support you in achieving. That you know not all strategies of time. So what is the end in mind? Then you can implement the various steps to be able to support you in getting neighbor get clear next
What to expect from the first Biden-Trump debate
"Between President Trump and his Democratic challenger, former vice president Joe Biden. Yesterday. We look back at how Biden has approached his many debates over the years. And today we examine Donald Trump's particular style on the debate stage. NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith reports. When it comes to President Trump's preparation for debating Joe Biden. The message being telegraphed is that he isn't trying too hard. Here's Trump campaign spokesman Hogan Gidley on Fox News. I'm not going to get into the specifics of how this president prepares for these debates. But he's pressure tested every single day by the American people when they ask questions about the mainstream media. So press briefings are debate Prep, Trump's campaign manager told reporters trumps best preparation is really just being president. That was Trump's argument when he dialed into Fox and friends. How are you preparing for this debate? By working very hard. You know what? By working very hard, not own debates. But on running the country with Trump. It's hard to tell whether this is an effort to lower expectations or whether he really isn't doing anything special to prepare for the debates in 2016 Trump prepared, But his most memorable moments came in this seemingly unwra first interruptions from everything I see has no respect. For this person? Well, that's because he'd rather have a puppet as president and opens today, and it's pretty clear it's pretty clear that year, Trump had a few themes. Hillary Clinton's emails, immigration, trade and the economy. He came back to them on repeat, no matter the questions. He had scrappy comebacks and a total disregard for debate rules or being presidential. Which gave him a certain freedom. It's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law in our country because you'd be in jail. Secretary Clinton Thistle makes President Trump Hard to debate says Sleep Rinus who stood in for Trump during Hillary Clinton's debate preparation sessions four years ago. It's like trying to perform a piano. Solo. When the other guys got a grog grog ER is a Yiddish term for a noisemaker and just spinning it the whole time, Rinus says. It's not that Trump was a great debater in any traditional sense, but he was fun to watch and really hard to pin down. Now, though, Trump is president. There's a pandemic and a recession, Rinus says. Watching Trump respond to questions about Cove it you can see he's not the same guy he was four years ago, Donald Trump is facing a different circumstance. He's facing different consequences than he ever has in this life. And if sparring with the media really is Trump's debate Prep, then his July interview with tonight's debate, moderator Chris Wallace might offer a hint and where Trump could trip up. When you talk about mortality rate, I think it's the opposite. I think we have one of the lowest mortality rate way had 900. Deaths in a single day. We will take this week ready. You get me the mortality rate. Trump also faces a different opponent than he did in 2016. For months. Trump has been portraying Biden is not having all his faculties. But now Trump and his aides are suddenly talking up Biden's debate skills. We have a debate coming up, and who knows, you know he's been doing You know what he's been doing it for 47 years. I've been doing it for 3.5 years so he should be able to beat me. I would like as you can hear. Trump loves a crowd, But tonight the hall will be largely empty due to Cove it another new factor. Trump will have to deal with Tamara Keith NPR news. news.
Social Media Risks Parents - Especially Of Girls - Should Know About
"For us for US old fogies it's probably going to provide some context here. So let's go back and some of you remember this back in the early days of social media like around two, thousand, three, two, thousand, four. You've got social media back then like friendster my space. Really. Wow. Did you have a mind? Is Account somewhere out there. Too Much excalibur. And facebook was really so the facebook but it was mainly, you had to be a college student on a college campus, they have access to facebook. and. These were actually it was a nice place. Social Media was very tame back then. It's kind of like, Hey, look at me here's some pictures. Here's the bands that I like what I'm listening to here's the links to smile into my friends. You know everybody remembers here's another meeting right now at this restaurant look at this great meal. and. That was kind of the first few years of what social media was. There was no censorship. There was no you know multimillion dollar corporations coming in and taking over. And there was no political groups spreading outrage or propaganda on social media. It was not really a destructive environment back. Then it wasn't toxic wasn't a toxin environment in any anyway. So then some big changes starting to happen in the kind of the mid to late two thousand. So facebook. started. To allow anyone to join, you didn't have to be a college student. So anybody can create an account and then in two thousand nine. facebook introduced the like button, and now for the first time everything and everyone can be graded and ranked, and now everybody is rewarding or punishing everyone else by simply clicking a button whether they like or dislike you you know Lance I can totally hear some of our listeners right now saying who cares if you get a like or not and I wouldn't be surprised if listeners say facebook, what's that? But because of for mature adults, we are more developed in don't tire identity to social media but in this is critical because for younger adults or children social media has now become a popularity contest. So now, speech isn't just you and me talking openly it becomes how do I get more likes and approval? So other platforms like twitter come out and they introduced the re tweet button yet, and now the things that I'm saying that we're saying right here on this podcast that you're liking tend to be the things that are going to make people emotional or even sharing my frustration or anger, and then you or anyone compress re tweet and spread that. So now my frustration and anger can go to thousands or even millions of people within a day that share or want to have the same expression and like the way that somebody else says it. You're correct in an I think between two, thousand, nine, two, thousand, twelve kind of this is the next step when when the news media mainstream media began to realize, hey, the social media thing is not going away and it may even overcome and overtake us. So the mainstream media begins to adapt to this new world in which people now and they're not going to CNN. They're not going to the New York Times for their information as much. They're getting their news and their opinions from social media and often I can tell you without fact checking anything. It's like well, you know. God bless my mom but I don't know how many times she's like well I saw it on facebook it has to be true. It must be true. If you're rushing spy putting it on. I'm like. So now we can we can go down rabbit hole on how social media and also creates echo chambers and in confirmation bias because one of the things that facebook switched over to it used to be that you would get everybody get all this information. And it was kind of random. Well, facebook started optimizing that to where they're GONNA only gonNA show you social media is only gonNA show you the stuff that they think you want to hear and like. So this changed in became more of an engagement focused thing. So now, you this confirmation bias because now we can only we can choose to just watch and listen to the point of view that we agree with. and. Let's get an. So that that's a whole rabbit hole. We go down I don't WANNA do that. You can go back and listen to somewhere where podcast we talk about that. But let's get to what this means for parents and specifically for parents of daughters so. T this you know this is probably relate to a lot of our guys out there. So in the development process boys. Are. Our maturity are hierarchy or or the the Alpha male is kind of based on. You know things like our athletic ability are toughness. Our ability to dominate or insult can competition teasing. You know drinking soda through your nose with a straw. Those are the things like middle school boys are. That's important to them. Things like that. Now, I'm not. I'm not Dourson this behavior agreeing with this saying that you know what this type of behavior is admit just that's just what it is. It's the scientific fact that this is kind of how middle school and high school boys move through their child development process. We could argue that. I would argue this Dante that some boys never develop out of the state and we have thirty and forty year olds who are still clinging to this. Alpha, Male, I'm the toughest I can dominate an insult you model. By that. Maybe, fifty year old. That's me later there. But but for girls and for daughters, this is specifically different. It's about who's in WHO's out, who is included, who is ex colluded who's friends with who who knows who secrets. And so the Female. Tends to be not physical like boys like they're not going to wrestle and fight it's relational and it's a Lotta drama. girls don't bully each other. You know generally, girls don't bully the each other physically so much. But what girls do is they gossip and they damage each other's relationships and again, we could argue that they're grown women even in our churches that still cling to this model now again. Not. dosing anything. That this is we agree with this behavior and I'm just I'm just regurgitating medical science and facts kind of the development process so. Around two, thousand, eight, two, thousand, nine when we start seeing smartphones coming out, the iphone first comes out and now you have social media is in your hand and in your pocket at all times. Okay. So with girls and daughters, this multi by this multiplies, a girl's ability to be able to damage each other's relationships enormously. So in some homes and in some cases. Children Girls They have access twenty, four seven to this device in which their thoughts emotions and images can be reported can be rewarded or punished by. Clicking a button and so if you had a fight with a girl that day in school, she can get on there and spread nasty things about you and you everybody's not liking you or making fun of you via anonymous social media on a phone and while adults adults, we might shrug things off and say, what's the big deal I mean who cares but you gotta remember girls in this vulnerable stage in development middle school high school they're looking for approval they're looking for inclusion and they're being they're looking to you know being seen. As beautiful as much and they're much more susceptible to anxiety depression, self harm and even suicide this you know approval inclusion in comparison that they're dealing with is that make sense Dante?
The 1918 Spanish Flu: Fact vs. Fiction
"This is Oscar Fernandes and today on the show, we put the spotlight on Texas to discuss the fact versus fiction of the Spanish flu pandemic of nineteen eighteen and to follow up on the one year anniversary of the mass shooting in El Paso Texas, the largest mass shooting targeted against Latinos, and so there's no need for a long introduction today on the show because our guest today has a lot to say on how the US in various ways is repeating history in its poor response to the pandemic. The scapegoating of others who have no control of the pandemic and which community ultimately praise the costs for the pandemic and so with us on the show today is w Dorado Romo. He's a researcher and the author of a ringside seat to revolution and underground cultural history of El Paso, and is which is available on single prosperous that we joins us today to combat to show W doral Romo. Thank you so much. Is Good to have you with us once again and doesn't probably no way of escaping any news whatsoever as it pertains to the current. Co Ed nineteen pandemic. You know it's affected almost every corner of society both here in the US and abroad. But one thing that's been cited as a frame of reference of valuable one, I would say is the Spanish flu pandemic of nineteen eighteen. Now in recent weeks, politicians and media people have stated that the US has not seen anything like the in pandemic since the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen. Even you know Donald Trump and self has been cited Spanish flu in his own ignorant ways. I would I would say. But when reasons I want to talk to you was because this soon is the Spanish flu pandemic came up in mainstream media and the first thing that came to mind was Our discussion that we had last year with regards to the bath riots and it gives me the feeling that there's some things missing as it pertains to Race River Garson and the narrative of the Spanish flu pandemic. So a want to know based on what you've seen this far when people sight to space Lou, what do you feel is missing in this important narrative? I think you hit it on the nail. The idea that the pandemic was just a problem of perhaps Just, a a medical problem is something that's usually citing it by these media reports but. Raised and war have a huge part to play in in this. So called Spanish food and I think one of the things that has. Not Been. Looked into as much as. A huge role that the United States played in this called Spanish who I mean I I, I would call it the American sloop because they didn't start in Spain. It actually most of the evidence that we have historically the first official report. Of the Spanish flu was from Pasco County, council. And it was in a in a US military camp. Ford Riley canceled that it I broke out now there's other theories but most of the evidence points to that so this is Not so much the Spanish food at the American flu and I think that has been something that has not been as deeply investigated in many of these. Reports. So the question has to be asked, how did the Spanish flu get its name? If it was actually based here in Kansas as he said. Well. During. World War One, it was censorship. So the when I broke out in March of nineteen eighteen and one military cab. There was hardly anything written about it. It was actually A. A. Cook at the base of contract. And within. A few days there were hundreds of US soldiers? That, That were hit that that excel stake as Devo them died. From the flu. So the reason that is called a Spanish food is because Spain was a neutral country. So they were able to report. The fact that even even some of the most prominent. political figures from Spain were infected contractors to flu. So the name stuck that was the first. Was the first country where there was actually uncensored reporting about the flu to the main stuff but it was. It's also I think this idea of thickness. Always comes from the other side. The His what would you call it? The other association of of disease. You know the. Americans in the very beginning they and some of them playing some of the news sources would blame on the German thinking that it was a form of bacteriological warfare. Germans also had it. And they blamed it on the Russians they call it the the Russian has the Russians blamed on the Chinese everybody blamed on on on someone else the white South Africans called the the copy of. The Black Man Species? So I. Think this is part of. Stigmatization of the other using DC. To kind of Yeah. To stigmatize other racists, other nationality has always been kind of a universal part of this. Funny enough. Even back in nineteen. A lot of the banish medical. So rotation. Would pointed out the unfairness calling the Spanish flu they knew that it had not originated there
The American Jewish Community and the 2020 US Election
"Soifer previously served as national security adviser for Senator Comma Harris now, the Democratic nominee for vice president and Joe Biden's running mate. She joins us now to talk about the role. Jewish. Voters play and how she believes. Democrats addressed. Jewish. Priorities please keep in mind. AJC. Is a five. Oh One C. Three not profit organization AJC neither supports nor opposes candidates for elective office and with that disclaimer Haley welcome thank you so much for having me. So let's start with the basics and Kinda, the horse race aspect of this how much of the American voting population identifies as Jewish? So the Jewish community in terms of the American population is about two percent, but we're actually about three percent of the electorate and we'd play an outsized role in. NHS for three reasons, we voted higher rates. On average Jewish Americans vote at a higher rate than. By about fifteen percents we also where we live correlates with wear our votes tend to matter even more we tend to live in swing states and a third reason which I'm sure we'll get into is that we overwhelmingly support Democrats in our view as Jewish Democrat organization that is especially or in terms of the outsize impact we have. So Haley Bernie Sanders in his speech on Monday addressed the many Democrats who really wanted him to be the nominee and many of them were Jewish are Jewish many of them have us on Israel, that don't jibe with the very pro Israel aspects of the party, platform. It really sounded like Bernie was calling on Democrats to unify despite their differences and I'm curious how the Party and its leadership have prevented Israel from becoming a wedge issue. Joe Biden has done an exceptional job in unifying the party around these critically important issues, including Israel and the platform that's been adopted at this convention exemplifies what is overwhelming democratic support for the US Israel relationship. Ebeidi s support a full funding for military. And Support of the STOORIKHEL alliance, it's the view of the majority of members of Congress that is the democratic mainstream media. So you emphasize what a majority of Democrats you certainly we've had concerns over the years about Ilan Omar had to leave. Is that kind of who you're thinking about when you say a majority of Democrats feel this way I should have said an over overwhelming majority you mentioned. Two. Members, of Congress, we currently between the House and the Senate head of over two hundred and seventy. So between those two members of Congress who we agree do not share our views on Israel and we've spoken out against them going back to before they were even elected. But between the two of them to over two seventy, we're talking about less than one percent of the Democratic members of Congress. They are very outspoken though they have expressed views with which we disagree and we've made that clear and that's why we're not supporting their re election and we don't share their views but luckily, their views are not shared by our party either look at the platform I mean the platform is the views of our candidate and the views of our Party and the platform could not be more clear in. Its support of Israel, what I the states to watch in this upcoming election and in which of those states could the Jewish vote really make a difference. When we look in elections, we always look at the last election as a baseline and we know that had Donald Trump not one Florida and either Michigan or Pennsylvania. He would not be president today and in those three states Florida Michigan and Pennsylvania. The Jewish vote alone could made up those margins. So when we looked to twenty twenty in this election, we are looking at the Jewish vote in those critically important states, my home state of Michigan Donald. Trump won by just ten, thousand, seven, hundred, and four votes. That margin could be overcome by the Jewish student population of Michigan in Michigan state a low. We are looking at the Jewish vote in those three critically important states but also states like Arizona and Colorado and Georgia, which in addition to being presidential swing states are going to be critically important in terms of the control of the Senate. Are you saying that the Jews in those swing states voted Republican or didn't vote at all did shoes in those swing states voted we know that Jewish voters do turn out and in twenty sixteen, it was no different than in previous elections choose turned out. But. We also know bat they turned out in support of Hillary. Clinton at about seventy two percents. If you look at the two thousand eighteen midterms Jewish voters supported Democrats at seventy nine percents. So we saw an increase, we believe that in twenty twenty, those numbers can continue to go up in terms of Jewish support for Democrats. So now we'll talk with your Republican counterpart on next week's episode. But from your vantage point, you said that most Jews identify with the Democratic Party why is that? So, choose have historically for decades defied overwhelmingly with the Democrats, the values that Jews hold dear tend to be those aligned with the policies supported by Democrats. So when it comes to domestic policies such as access to affordable healthcare and education ED and gun safety and ensuring that we are country welcoming the stranger and not enacting cruel and discriminatory policies toward immigrants and refugees. These are all key issues driving the Jewish vote. On those issues and more, that's where Jewish voters align with Democrats when it comes to foreign policy is well, we know that support of Israel is an issue that is important of course to Jewish voters and Mrs. Issue Where Democrats to our squarely aligned with the priority of Jewish voters, which is the support of the strong US Israel relationship, and in this election, we have a new issue. So all of those things have been constance. New issue in this election that is impacting the Jewish, vote in Support of Democrats and that is our rising insecurity as a community. We have seen an unprecedented rise in anti-semitic attacks targeting our community including the horrific attacks in Pittsburgh and Powei we know that seventy three percent of Jews feel less secure than they did years ago and over half of US blame. Donald Trump for that and that's because we've seen him embolden anti-semites white nationalist just last night he tweeted out support for an extremist group Hugh a non that has peddled conspiracy theories still on these issues especially when it comes to the security of our community. There's a clear choice in this election and Jewish especially do not believe that Donald Trump has the best interest of our community in mind he has Jewish family members. He's certainly been friendly to Israel is strengthened that relationship. So how does that square? There's no question. He has Jewish family members. He's also married and he's done said many misogynistic things. So that alone does not qualify him as what I would consider to be someone who's been particularly good for the Jewish community I look at the numbers and I look at the unprecedented rise in white nationalist propaganda or anti Semitic attack and the words that. Come out of his mouth better clear signs to anti-semites to racist to bigots that he is their ally whether it is identifying anti-semites white nationalist marching Charlottesville as very fine people or calling the extremists that marched in Michigan with swastikas very good people that was earlier this year or hiring someone recently, Sebastian Gorka who is affiliated with the Nazi party in Hungary? When it comes to Israel. Donald Trump. Has Been Long on symbolism and short on substance. Yes. He moved the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and we recognize that Jerusalem is, of course, the capital of Israel. But the substance matters and when you look at the record of Joe Biden who with President Obama finalized unprecedented historic thirty eight. DOLLAR AGREEMENT WITH ISRAEL PROVIDING FOR AID for the next ten years, and you look at the security issues that Israel faces. Actually Donald. Trump has not been that great for Israel.
Denise Welch ON Dealing With Depression
"I'm sorry it's nice to help. You mentioned the this is really A massive massive looks women find so I'm really trying to to stand out. out. So, how have you been doing during lockdown pandemic in general at Grand Canyon because by by depression is depressive illness so it tends to be endogenous it as much as it doesn't it's not reacted. So I know that there are many people during the lockdown have discovered. Being out of control of them mental health I. in fact, such would have been a been okay I mean I've been overwhelmed and I have been sad and I've spent days in cheese as we all have but not not as part of a depression because depression, there's two schools of people as people who really want the world to stop taking over again, nobody knows people who found such solace in lockdown that they get straightened things are moving moving with his two schools. I'm kind of a bit of a halfway house, but generally I am I've tried very much to. Err on the side of positivity I've tried to be perspective police at loose women is what they call me and try to look for the good news about this virus when we can help build little China because this too many Corona Karen that cooling out bang just want to dwell on all of the bad signs in order to statistics don't seem to want us to move forward. So I tried to just having a little bit of perspective on it. So generally I've been very long winded willfully wave say I've okay. Woeful is very much welcomed. So do not. How you feeling with kind of the end of lockdown in there you said you're kind of in between the nerves and the feeling. Okay about it. It's kind of difficult to remain positive because if you if you have to read the mainstream media which all of us being in the media we do, and because of loose women particularly, we have a very at never been noticed. In eighteen years. But I have in the last few weeks because we have corona virus and we have the black lives matter to huge arenas and. been difficult at after at Jojoy Day as as as middle class white woman sitting on a panel not knowing. How terrified to know what to say trying to take guidance from all black colleagues you know, and so that's been that's been hard to navigate, and also I will not go to the table at least women and to talk about the virus without back by science. So but that's also difficult because you have the Oxford model and the imperial model as to, for example, who are completely different I kind of night before science was sort of social wrong thing that if it was the virus whole, the scientists would. Be on what it was and where it was going to go. So as I say they call me perspective police and I try desperately to remain positive and my view is things like the second wave if there is going to be a second way, let's prepare for let's deal with it but let's not ruin some of joys about coming out of not down by by we don't know that there's going to be one you know. Today hearing and I will share. But you know there's such positive news about the about the vaccine coming out. But also you have to look for this news you have to look for the stats that moment that may be slight outbreaks going on. In infection, but the mortality rate is the lowest that we've had in July for years. So again, it's balancing it all and just trying to remain optimistic. Can we talk a bit about your ambient unwelcome visitor now? Housing depression being. During the kind of positive promoting it and also to the rising event how's it have? You managed that his Araya to? Attack No it has the it has been right. So the book was spooned at Shall We say by an me documenting an episode of depression real time last September. And like I said before my depression in the May. Not Always. But in the main is endogenous, it's organic. So it is depressive illness. And M. so as a result of that I, never know when it's coming. So an example to people who don't know about about about it as opposed to when we feel depressed went something circumstantially, it's made you settle or grief-stricken, which is horrible and depression is not persistent sadness which are often read whenever you look for description of depression it will stay position sadness and I want to say that sadnesses something that we that we feel when something makes us sad. Like happiness you know it's not a striving for happiness. Happiness is something we should feel when something makes us happy. But depression depresses every single emotion. So you can't feel happiness sadness lovejoy greed nothing nothing nothing nothing. So I went to my sister's feeling terrible the morning eyewear crop and visit mine welcome visit to is definitely that and impulsively having talked about this for thirty years I picked up my phone and I recorded three day episode of Depression in. Real. Time. It wasn't until I was well again about four days later. And that that I realized the impact digit hat I hadn't realized because I hadn't been well enough. My phone goes away unlike missing my phone rings and it'd been on news at ten million and a half people viewed it on the comments ladies would just. Heartbreaking you know people who completely felt that they been heard for the first time in that I was describing what they feel like people who showed them to that family who suddenly seemed to have an understanding of what gone through people who had never been empathetic to people with depression because they thought it was a what is she going to be depressed about not understanding the illness
"mainstream media" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"mainstream media" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"Of you guys. I mean I know there was a lot of doubt that you could pull it off We all have doubt about these things things. You didn't listen to it. You went out and you did something that I keep talking on the show so many people last me on the highway or when I'm out speaking in a what is it. I should do you as though I somehow have marching orders for them and I always say you've got you're being guided to do. You've gotTA listen to that voice inside of you because the people that are making a difference here. That's all they did. That's all we did. That's the team that's put together the high wire here. We all found each other because we were having a similar calling. You obviously obviously found other people in Maine that were called to make this happen. And you beat the odds and you did it and hopefully you know our prayers are going to be with you that you continue to beat those odds and we see the people vote in their best interests Up in Maine in Marshall watching it very closely but thank you for being such a great representation of putting one foot in front of the other all right thank you thanks so much all right. Good luck all right well. That's the show. It's Halloween this evening. Hopefully or maybe you're already out with your kids. You're watching this another time. But go out. Spend the time with their children. I mean trick or treating can be fun. I don't know if they need to eat all that garbage but at least it's a moment. Where hopefully their cell phone is off? Hopefully there's laughter enjoy in your spending that time with your family family. It's a scary time. They're scary people out there. Scary things can happen. But you know what I think is the scariest thing of all the idea that we can't communicate with each other. What would be scary is a world without media? What would be scary is when people are fighting for their vote in Maine that the media media is completely and totally owned and being pushed by the bad guys by the people who Dr Peter Bragan described as evil that are trying to poison and inject your children not only with back sees but with drugs and terrible food and bad thoughts? What happens if the media that your kids you're watching? All the time is controlled one hundred percent and completely by ignorant dark people. That's a scary world. We're getting closer and closer and closer to that being the only world. That's why shows like this. The high wire I think are so important. That's why we need you. We don't have anybody Informa- that is funding this. We don't have anybody that is out fighting wars in the Middle Easter gasoline funding us. We have you we. Have you thoughtful citizens that want a better world for for your children. Want this information. Want to be able to hear from Dr Peter Bragin or here. What is doing up in Maine you WanNa know what the latest studies are you want to know? What's in your back scenes? You want to know what's in your drugs you want to know what in your food. Who else is reporting on that? You tell me that who else is actually telling the truth. Who's actually reading a study? When was the last time you saw the words from a study in a CNN story an MSNBC study? I mean Story or Fox. We're doing the news the way the news used to be everyone here here. That's involved in the high wire believes in journalistic integrity. We're not pushing an agenda. We're asking appropriate questions and believe me we're taking hits because of it. They are after us. They're attacking us. They are censoring us. But we will not stop because because the future of this world is in our hands. We have optimism. Why because this room full of people that you don't see that make all this possible? Believe we can win. We know we can win and deep down. You're watching this because you want to believe you can win. Part of believing you can win is helping us so right now. If you haven't done it yet they go to. I can decide dot org org and push the donate but donate how about ten truth ten dollars a month just like you pay for your net flicks help us. Despite the darkness coming from the pharmaceutical industry and the takeover of massive big government that is covering for the industries and not caring about you. So how us in this fight for many of you you know. It's not just this show. It's the lawsuits that we've won. I can't is one more lawsuits when it comes to the backseat issue than any other nonprofit in this country. We're here for you. We are the informed Consent Action Network because as we are a network you are network. You are a part of this show.
"mainstream media" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"What I started the show. Out Calling the Zambia apocalypse. So we're GONNA end with some hope here. Here's the headline out of Maine as we speak main will vote on effort to repeal new school vaccine requirement in March twenty twenty twenty. They'll do what they'll vote. You mean real human beings in Maine or going to actually get to be a part of the decision of whether their children are government. Property operative the United States of America whereas everywhere else. These things are just being passed by legislators. How did this happen? What's going on main as many of you know? They did. Pass the law up in Maine that wiped out their religious philosophical and really looks like they're medical exemption Maine Senate reverses course but somebody did something about it and I'm being joined by one of those people. This is Carissa sacks from veto seven. Nine eight main. You ran this campaign you got Out as I understand it and got enough votes to get this on the ballot in Maine explained to me first of all. What even gave the gumption that you could achieve food yes thanks for having me so much I did share the effort along with another team of parents and my coach. Sarah Kent Kenny. who was on previously Ashley We were just really floored the fact that we had a similar bill that would require parents to sit down with a doctor and sort of get a note in order thirty us an exemption A couple of years ago and then we had a change in our legislature and they came back in and just swooped in and took all the exemptions away so seeing that the process as a group of parents who were not really politically involved before we really felt like we had enough support and enough grassroots power to execute those people's veto. How how many how many signatures did you have to go out and get in order to achieve that so we need a ten percent of the vote for governor which was about sixty four thousand we turned in just over ninety five thousand signatures ended up with an extra sixteen thousand valid signatures? I to qualify for the ballot in our Secretary of state. Let us know just last week that we would qualify for the March twenty twenty ballot. That must've been a serious serious day of celebration. I mean how did you achieve it because I mean the reason I really WanNa talk to you is this is a discussion. It's happening California. I know they're talking about a New York. Do we dare to even go for a referendum. Some people are saying it'd be nice to get it on a ballot. There's other ways to do that then referendums but first of all I mean. Did you have to hire professional professional agencies to go out and get signatures was fully grassroots effort if you were going to sort of sort of speak to the other groups around the country what advice do do you have for those. That are contemplating this where they've had other sort of draconian laws passed like this. It's a great question we did not. We did end up hiring supplemental canvassers. It's really difficult canvassing for signatures and as you can imagine on the issue of vaccines talking to people strangers Out in public. We were mostly parents sometimes of kids in show who often had never talked about the issue vaccine's publicly before and then you're asking asking people in front of the Post Office for their signature so we did end up hiring some Professionals to help US collect signatures We actually didn't need their signatures in the end about ninety two percent of the signatures that we gather were from volunteers. I think what makes it really different than me. Because we've had a number of states states Reach out and ask for help. Our we have a much smaller population that I know you do del. In California so our ten percent of signatures needed is a lot smaller number And Maine in particular is a very community oriented state so people are very willing to stop and chat and they're disturbed when they learned about the law that it wasn't just what they were being told in the media that you know you're either anti vaccine vaccine it's really goes beyond that and it's incredibly overreaching saying how you know I'm imagining being out in the public and talking to them do you feel they're real. Divide on this. I mean I would guess is probably going be a fairly close vote. How do you feel about your chances of people voting in favor of remaining in control of their own bodies? Yeah so we feel really early fortunate because we Effort of getting about one hundred thousand signatures. We got turned down many times right so we talked to hundreds of thousands of people in our state And I think the majority of a lot of people say believe that children should be vaccinated. The question is do they believe that parents should have a choice choice involved and when we would start talking with them about you know the schedule today You may have had five vaccines now. Kids are getting recommended to get seventy two You know you can't go back and take an online class or a class as an adult in trade school Because our bill removes access to education of any kind as as soon as you got a little bit below the surface there people were very disturbed by the overreach and we feel pretty confident. It's going to be a lot of hard work. A lot of fundraising gene and getting out the vote. But we feel pretty confident based on those conversations that we will be victorious at the ballot in March. How's the media been for? You mean I mean I think one the things. Obviously you know farmers are gonNA come in. They'RE GONNA buy a ton of media to sort of just drown you in whatever their monstrum brainwashing mantra going to end up being Do you have any friendly's in the media there or is it pretty farmer driven we see mostly everywhere else in the country. I think it's a little more community oriented here so you know at the larger papers. There's one or two political reporters that we've had Communications with throughout the process us. And we've been working on establishing relationships really respectfully about you know what the actual issues are here for us that this isn't really even a vaccine issue That it's about. Do you want a government mandating. What medical interventions go into your body and so you know in framing the argument in that way We've had we've leaves noticed a change and a shift in how favorable the media reporting is but it's still as you know while it's still an uphill battle and were fully anticipating that big Pharma will spend a ton of money. This is the first national popular vote. And there's a saying you know political saying as Maine goes so goes the nation In a lot of times Larger corporations will try things out in Maine were really cheap date in the legislature because there are so few senators and representatives so Were fully anticipating that. We're really lucky that we have just upwards of eight hundred volunteers that participated so we will be taking it definitely grass roots And you you know letters to the editor and running ads ourselves and getting out door to door what if people want to follow up or investigative. You're in Maine Right now. Allan you're here for the first time or you want to donate where. Where should people find the work that you're doing working? They go yeah that would be our new campaign website we're just shifting over is www dot yes on one main dot com. That's the number one. Yes on one..
"mainstream media" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"Studied doubles. That's a fact doubles and it's a controlled clinical trial. That's a lousy six weeks long five weeks four weeks long some of them for PROZAC. So what's going to be the case if you had real good clinical drives. It lasted a long time. We also know that. The manufacturer was hiding suicide. In every way could be Li- Lilley was not reporting suicidal rates when they came in they pruned them I have a memo from a lot of court cases. I've been involved in a memo memo. Is some of the employees actually wrote to the main people that Eli Lilly and said we're you're asking us to change report of suicide to appro report of not defect. How can tell my children? I tell the judge judge I am. I going to tell the public the across the board for the S.. Sri Manufacturers have done everything possible to hide their the data on suicide too. So me ask you this because when I'm reading this article is so obviously we agree. This seems like total bollocks but is this is is this what it does is it. Go out and start getting articles. Read that actually trying to confuse people saying oh no. It's the lack of the use of our products. Now that's causing suicide. What's what's behind that I mean I mean we know media influence? Go ahead deb. Very very systematic The FDA YEA age and a beds the pharmaceutical industry and responding rapidly as possible to any crisis. When the first staying and with children's issue in the first big data started coming out about suicide from the anti-depressants is beginning was lily? The FDA met secretly before the offices opened with the people at ally Lily to present a defense offense by the time they got around to having hearings on serious hearings on suicide and children. A lot of us have been talking about it since nineteen nineteen ninety almost immediately after the drugs came out so the FDA is so in cahoots with the drug companies. That I said they went from being a watchdog to being a lapdog. And now this up worse than a lapdog why I mean so I get us all the time. You've written twelve books or more on the subject of twenty books on mental health. Amazing books now you. You've looked at this. Why why is the FDA? Not Protecting US what I mean. Are they evil. Why would they be allowing? This may be hiding the dangerous products. You must have thought about this. You must've stereos. Children say reason I stare at my ceiling wondering why we can't just get decent studies done. What is your opinion on that? Well I think it is evil number one because they clearly know what they're doing both in the pharmaceutical end with the poisoning of our children with neuro-toxins talk since Psychiatric Drugs Dell in neuro-toxins a poisoned brain cells at kill brain cells they retard the growth of children. They suppress suppress their ability to learn. It's like any other neuro toxin. You give a child. It's worsened alcohol. Because of multiple neural transmitters are affected by these drugs so they have to know what they're doing it's a combination of two malices big government and big industry and big industry industry at big government. Take care of each other. I've looked inside as a medical expert and as an expert multiple suits against drug companies. These I've looked into the correspondence between the FDA and the drug companies in the psychiatric arena. And it's about how we gonNA protect ourselves basically. It's absolutely that way at one hearing that they held the because of me about the dangers of psychiatric drives a terrible that are happening to children from psychiatric drugs. the FDA reassured in what they thought it would not be a go public and in meeting mmu sure then that the they wouldn't do anything with the new warnings that would interfere with their revenues. How claim came to be monitoring? Accompany if you promising. They representatives that you're not going to harm their bottom line. It's really quite fight. Bazaar it happens in all the fields the fields I know the mental health feels electroshock treatment. That's being pushed for children now. Now and the FDA has never tested the machines. I don't mean they tested them poorly they have allowed electroshock to be given to children and adults in the hundreds of thousands and it's growing they've never tested a single machine so it's corruption of large government and it's the corruption of large corporations. I've looked at evolutionary psychology at written about it and We then devolved have morality in large groups. We're we evolved morality in our extended families so there's a huge human nature problem. which is once we get into a large group doing something fighting a war? You're a whatever we're doing having a big industry government agency. We think about protecting ourselves in that group and not about the out group. which is the rest of humanity we so we need to be really working on how to pare air down these governments pared-down FDA how the the more pal? I agree with a lot of on torture. Saying he's been absent. Well let me ask you questions so and and look I know my audience is like see I mean once again same story over and over again but I want I want to ask you some questions outside had a former. I don't believe that all teams aside is because of anti-depressants. You know I look at I mean for me you know I grew up. My Dad by parents were pretty strict. I remember my dad would say to me. You know. The world is not easy Dell and you know if you want to achieve the things you want in life. You're going to have after work hard. You'RE GONNA have to work hard at it and there's GonNa be you know we were raised sticks and stones may break your bones but words will never hurt you. I was raised to think that there will be hard days days. But don't worry whenever you're down know that there's better good things on the horizon yet. Just just on the on the very cop when I look at you know the the sort of children that are entering college. People around me in the workforce. I mean. It's my impression and correct me. If I'm wrong feel like a lot of these kids in high school. ooh And in college they actually have some weird belief that the world is supposed to be easy. I mean a lot of these kids honestly think that once they've worked as a PA for like a year tomorrow next year they're going to be CEO of the company. I mean it's shocking to them. When all of a sudden they realized that they're stuck on a really slow escalator? If it's moving it all the same escalator that we were all stuck on his children now. Nobody told them no one discipline them. No one in house. It seemed like they got away with everything. The and there was no consequence and then get out in the world and suddenly. You're getting bad grades or you're not getting the job you wanted or nobody seems to care what you're complaining about and I would say welcome to the world but these kids don't seem to be able to handle the world worse I guess is my question or is the way we're raising our kids making making them feel like it's insurmountable. What are your thoughts on outside of Armagh? What's happening to our kids? Our kids have become a market okay so every single industry that can find a way to sell John to them is selling juncture. That's one of the big problems so they get a junk food. They get movies and videos and songs full of violence and sex. They get encouraged to drink. All kinds of junky stuff. They eat crap. They don't eat a lot of vegetables like actually supposed to. They don't have vegetable based diets. Why is that our low fat? They eat a lot of stuff that poisons their body right out of the ordinary diet. The schoolteachers are not allowed to teach values and most of them are so progressive. That don't have the values that I would want our kids being gone. They made a market for everything. Seductive clothes I mean whatever you can thank Allah that children shouldn't be exposed to then now they become a huge market for vaccines are huge market for the psychiatric drugs It's really a catastrophe what we are doing to our children when I was a kid. And we're Tom Better fifties. That's how old I N Del. We did not have a lot of sex going on. We had no psychiatrists a Chi- interested old dragging US telling us we will mentally ill Talionis. ADHD day we had no videos and movies about suicide. We didn't sit around and talk about suicide. We didn't know anybody who committed suicide. We didn't know anybody. We one girl was go because she'd gotten pregnant. And and you go on and on looking at this. Litany of stresses so on the one hand was spoiling our children describing we have this very progressive. We all get a trophy very permissive attitude toward the kids on the other hand we are giving them stresses that unheard of as much harder to be a child now than before when I think of painful teenage years were to think about my God if I had to think about doc drugs and marijuana at a party or having sex with the girl that I got a crush on just legally gets out the ceiling and I think this is true and then we're frightening our kids. We have children now who more frightened by global warming. Then I was frightened by being worried. About atomic love blockbusters falling that I never I never ever thought it was an amazing statement. That is an amazing statement Iraq. He's amazing we are terrifying our children. And and and now progressivism. I just found this odd on alliance with big corporations and you'll love the conservatives. And what are they doing. They don't want to look at the big it corporations to conservatives look the big corporations the progressives are joined the big corporations. I think that you know obviously look. I'm going to have you on again because you're you obviously are looking at so many different things we he can't cover it all in one area but I think since since we're broadcasting right now on facebook as we speak you know I I remember. I've gone interviewed children. You know when I was working on Dr Phil Show and the doctors and they would be doing their homework. They've got a video game going in another corner of their computer at the same exact time and then they're in a chat room talking to their friends that I think about even just the contact with friends. I mean for me he went to school. And then you came home home and the rest of the evening was dinner with your family. Now it's just twenty four seven contact with friends. They're all raising each other. These parents don't seem to be the involved at all. They're just locked into whatever. The drama is in their friends talking about suicide talking about sex. There's never there's never a break. They never get a break to just sit around the table here with dad did at work today. Or what. MOM's thinking about or helping some meal Adele. I was the psychiatric expert for Michelle cod or the girl who supposedly told her boyfriend to go kill himself and he really yeah and I looked at at all of the exchanges of messaging on facebook in email and so on between these two two children essentially where he'd it's just been a turned eighteen. She was seventeen this nothing ended about parents. Hardly at all. It's injured children doing drugs. Having sex girls not eating being anorexic and then getting involved in these in these TV dramas and that's what they're talking about these children they're not talking about Hartley not sports and not even talking about parties for God's sakes talking intimately as if their life is in the social media. It is horrendous and their parents have no idea what's going on with them. That parents have the faintest idea all and the case of Michelle and her and her boyfriend both of them are on psychiatric. Drugs antidepressants precedent. That talked about as hard as I yelled barely talked about there. There is a good film pat on by on HBO. where I'm really into talking about these issues but the press want to cover up there on site drugs and they got away would that they? They covered up the boy who killed himself in multiple suicide attacks before he met Michelle. So we have this protection though in on all over the media it's everywhere not looking at what we're doing our kids and we really really ruining their lives is all right. Well let's let's I think I my brain's exploding right now. which is awesome? We're going to bring you on again again. I'm like we'll see if either I can fly out the you. You can fly in here I think there's a lot of parents in fact maybe we'll even have some parents call in on the show because I think what you're saying is really fascinating and and the I think the bottom part of this. Here's what would I got from it. Pharma is one of our major problems is not our lack of a former. That is the reason children killing themselves but I really think parents are going to have to step up become parents again we gotta get involved got off the interactions with their friends. They can't be talking to friends all the time. Let's he's been talking about more interesting things you know they're gonNA be when they grow up and I'm not talking about what sex. They WANNA be the job. Do you want to have. And how do you plan on getting their doctor break. And it's been an absolute. We'll do this again. Thank you so much for your time. Takes Fabio del. You bet take care. Well I mean you know as he starts describing it you start feeling like there's a Zombie apocalypse upon these kids aren't even they're not these. These aren't life issues. They're discussing their discussing. You know tabloid issues and you know social media issues and you know reality show issues. We're affecting their minds. But what happens. is they become adults Alz. Do they end up. Just being totally brainwashed do they allow bad decisions to make what would be apocalypse be. Would it be when we all just ro- roll over and just let the government make decisions for us like injecting us with things we cannot control. Is that something we would accept. Well they're not accepting in Maine. They're refusing.
"mainstream media" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"Paid for by the the drug companies are meetings paid for by the drug companies. You'll hear nothing. Psychiatry about taking charge your life taking responsibility or living by values I use instead. Psychiatry turns people into machines and says you have biochemical imbalance which is untrue. We've got a drug that can pure the biochemical imbalance balance which is untrue. And those things make people feel more helpless and more out of control multiple psychiatric drugs in cocktails. They do no good. They do huge. He's joining me sleep right now. Dr Breakout you hear me. I'm a psychiatrist. It's not a psychiatrist. And that's important for today's discussion. Explain to me. What is the difference? Well I had a medical degree so I'm physicians. Russian psychologists have a PhD that fabulous there off the way ahead of the psychiatrists mile profession. But as a psychiatrist is a medical agree I write a lot of scientific papers in the psychiatric and medical journals medical books medical publisher. So it's a different ball game and when you get into something this controversial. I'm now I admire all the issues that you are raising. If you look at your graph that you you put up which I was looking at the same data for a long time now. The rates have been escalating since two thousand. That's got nothing to do with the Black Hawks. What wilder would come five six seven years later so that was going to be my first question for you is do you believe these graphs are shoot? We believe these numbers because I mean look it on this show. There's a lot of this audience. That are really skeptical of everything we hear you know we not sure the science is legit. Is it so you do believe there actually is an increase just to begin with the suicide rate amongst our children. Yeah I think there is an increase in the suicide rate. This many reasons for it one is the anti-depressants we have controlled. Clinical trials trials that shows children that the suicide rate suicidal behaviors. They.
"mainstream media" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"On the rise with attempts more than doubling in less than a decade suicide was the second leading cause of death among young America since the year. Your two thousand. The suicide rate for teens is up. Twenty eight percent every ninety minutes. Someone between the ages of fifteen and twenty four takes his or her life. Are we report by the Centers for disease. Control found some really alarming news about suicides. In two thousand seventeen was the second leading cause of death. Among young Americans. It's become the leading in causes of death among people aged ten to nineteen years old according to the CDC the leading cause of death for children ten into nineteen years old That's terrifying folks. That's scary what's going on. Why are kids killing themselves? Let's look get some stats and this article. This isn't Wall Street. Journal youth suicide rate increased fifty six percent in a decade the CDC says death rates due to suicide and homicide aside among persons aged ten to twenty four two thousand seventeen so we've got some graphs here. Let me show you these grabs. If they just look at the entire group tended ended twenty four for the first time ever suicide has bypassed homicide up until this moment in history homicides were always higher than suicides but then you can see right around two thousand nine two thousand ten this shift begins homicides sort of plateaus it stays where it's at but suicide. Aside is clearly rising then they break these graphs down into more definitive age-groups. Look at ten to fourteen bucks ten to fourteen. My son's eleven Kevin. I can't even imagine why child at age would be considering killing themselves. Look at this skyrocketing up and you know again maybe maybe anecdotal. But I think it's really interesting that the introduction of the age peavey vaccine when you look at this graph happens right around two thousand eight two thousand nine. That's where we start using Gardasil on our children and when is the age of w between nine and twelve. That's when we are giving this vaccine. And you see this thing skyrocketing. I say that because I traveled the nation with backs. Do we had parents coming and children coming and telling their stories on the backs. Bus One of the the biggest discussions that kept coming up was Gardasil and the HP vaccine if the vaccine didn't kill the child or you know then the parent was telling you about that then it it caused premature ovarian failure which we spoke about last week or for others it was paralysis but then so many girls were saying I have been on antidepressants ever since I got the HP vaccine. I mean look at its anecdotal. I'm not saying but I'm saying is. Should we be taking some MM studies on. This should have we again. Bachelor's let's look at kids that got HP vaccine and maybe all the other vaccines those that did it again. Same Database Sim same database. CDC Let's go to the unless as backs Aidid children unvaccinated who has higher rates of suicide in those those two groups I mean. Don't you think we can learn something some there I mean. Why wouldn't you do that? It's so simple. I I think it's because they already have. But let's move on fifteen to nineteen skyrocketing suicide rates twenty to twenty four not as large a growth there. But that is if this article isn't terrifying enough. I found another article that tries to explain. What's happening happening here? Experts explain possible reasons behind a fifty six percent jump in. US suicide in the last ten years this is the national interest. National suicide rate has increased fifty six percent all the same data. They go through it again. Then they say the chances of a person this age range dying by suicide is greater than homicide. I'm aside when it used to be the reverse CECE statistician author of the courts. Tally Curtain told The Wall Street Journal. When leading cause of death among our youth is increasing? It behooves all of us to pay attention. And figure out what's going on. And here's what experts highlighted the Food and Drug Administration's rations decision to label antidepressants with a black box. Warning in two thousand five was was extended to include children in two thousand seven as a potential reason behind one hundred increasing suicide rate about. US Youth. You see where this is going there literally. So here's their response. You know why kids are killing themselves. CBS Well We know that a lot of them were killing themselves because of the antidepressants and the fact that the side effects literally says suicidal thoughts and homicidal thoughts and mania and things like that but when you put that black box warning telling them that was possible they stopped using antidepressants. And that's wise to aside has gone up. Have you noticed how the pharmaceutical industry and really are mainstream media. They'll use anecdotal evidence to prove their point whenever it suits them. But I mean that's got all the guys right when the black box warning comes out. Two thousand seven is two thousand eight then all of a sudden used abandoned. The president's goes down and and that's where we see a rise in suicide. Well I just did the same thing with the HP vaccine same time is the black box warning guess what else came HP vaccine. Let's leave this readers last vote. This is great. We can't talk parents into vaccinating their kids for Heaven Sake. There's more risk from that than anything. So you can imagine with all the doctor Google negativity. That's going around when it comes to treatment with medication. Parents say I'm not giving my kid in antidepressants data. Kill to them. She said Macintosh brought up the fact that parents can't be convinced vaccinate. Their kids let alone that they should use into depressants which is starting to go to to hold the thing. I've told you all of this forced products forced bomber products. Your children whether you believe in vaccines or not. I'm not here to tell you what to do. I live in the United States of America. I live somewhere where your medical decisions are supposed to be your own. I live in a country where your children are supposed to be yours. They're not owned by your government government. They are not property of the United States government except now in California New York West Virginia Mississippi main. Those places are starting to stay. Your children are simply government property and while they are government property guess what the government government is failing them because they are sick. We've got twelve point. Eight percent chronic illness in the nineteen eighties in our children to fifty four percent chronic illness. That's the greatest decline of public health in recorded history. And now we've watched a fifty six interesting another number fifty four percent and fifty six percent increase in suicide. Our children are killing themselves all under the watchful controlling I of the US government and the the government health agencies but those are all speculative ideas. I don't really know what's behind the rates of suicide but perhaps one one of the leading authors and psychologists in the world. Dr Peter Bragan knows and you've seen him in the news joining me now. Psychiatrist author Dr.
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"Vaccines Means Two hundred and ninety three per point sees six sells for Edina virus back third. HIV One and other vaccines and tumor derived cells such as Hilo sells for HIV. One back scenes. What's amazing about this conversation here? Back in two thousand eighteen is over and over again if you read the whole article says we're I'm doing this for the future back scenes and sell onto the future well since this is a brand new technology and you're just now figuring out how to do it. which apparently apparently I think in Italy they must be part of doing similar things in? We've got new technology to be a look at this. Why is the FDA only looking at futures sell substrates for future back scenes? Why any year? Don't have them see. Of course we're going to go back and tasks and look at the sixteen back scenes that that were never threw a placebo. Study that we're giving every child in America by force by government bores. Why does it say that? It doesn't say that Jeffrey the and this is the problem because our government has already infected injected this crap into all of our children. So how do they admit it ups. Well Houston we made the mistake. It turns out that the cell lines we were using were carcinogenic. And this is why I we cannot be able to say you don't del spreads misinformation and makes people paranoid about government agencies and regulatory agencies in their science. You Damn right I do. I do not trust the government. I'm like George Carlin. I don't believe anything the government tells me. They don't trust the government full stop especially when they promote a product that they forced into us more and more states forcing these products Alex into our children without our choice. Then how can I trust that they would ever let me know that they made a mistake. How can they? How are they going to be able to admit to who of mistakes if they all report all of us to use the product? Do you realize that that would be the destruction of the faith of the. US government the destruction of the Tamar health departments. That's what's going on here when you need to find a motive but detective needs a motive. A journalist needs many times. figure out a motive so you can get to why things are happening. What is the science so crappy when it comes to vaccines? I don't think you need a greater motive than to recognize because our government has already reports these products into us. People say it's just like tobacco and tobacco science. It's nothing like tobacco science the. US government never forced children to smoke cigarettes. Okay so even though there's a huge cover up by the industry saying Oh cigarettes don't cause cancer or cigarettes are not addictive. Our government allowed uh-huh Benchley enough studies to be done and backed it up and said you know what scientists showing that your line. How can they do that with vaccines? They're not going to be able to do that boats. So now you're stuck on a wing and a prayer now you're literally going to have to pray that luckily by some chance. The pharmaceutical the industry has made the one product that accidentally is perfectly safe and I mean accidentally because it never went through a single proper. Study that that every drug we take does how many drugs never get into the population because it just didn't qualify after Placebo base study. It was dangerous it did what it caused cancer folks. That's one of the main things we test for and Multi Year Double Blind Studies is cancer. And here we're finding out that they recognize that the wrong look at future. Vaccines the recognizing in Italy in the backseat. We're using right now. Where does this go how many Americans are gonNA walk around blind? How many of them are GONNA keep celebrating? Being a part of some heard they. I love being cows. They love being goats. They don't WanNa know the truth because the truth is terrifying. It's truly scary Jeffrey. I mean it's really really an amazing story and it really points to why as dark as this time may seem in these discussions Russians in the perfect time and Halloween with bats flying around us to sort of look at the scary side. One thing I really good about is the bloodhounds of science or on this. I've never been Anti Science Geoffrey. You know that you come from you know science background. You were almost going to be a doctor. I Love Science. That's why we're here and science is starting to. How are they going to avoid it? When you have gene sequencing fingertips the only way to avoid sequencing sequencing the jeans and DNA vaccines to not do it? The only way you could ever boy proving that the vaccines are causing cancer is just not look at it and luckily in Italy. They're looking at it and I'm sure Paul off it and all the spokespeople for US government back team program will come out and say that studied. Don't listen to it. Don't listen to Dell but go ahead when you read this boats when you're watching the highway will you do me a favor. Will you please type. ICANN right now into your comments. Will you go and read these studies. Will you look what the FDA is admitting to if future cell lines because of new technology could cause cancer. What how's it possible that the old ones don't and then how would they know that they're not going to do these studies on them? I'm not telling you what to think on this show. I'm not saying definitively. That back teams caused cancer. What what I'm saying is men? If you're not asking that question you're nuts. Well said well said I light can say that this is interesting. Because a regulatory agencies don't seem in a lot of instances here with drugs vaccines and medical devices to be trail-blazing. The safety safety and efficacy of these things. They seem to be trying to follow and cover up their tracks I it's it's it's people working outside scientific concensus ince's this is the science the the tenure within universities that keeps such tight guardrails on on these researchers. They don't go outside of those people working outside outside of those scientists researchers doctors that that are finding these things out and our and our waving the white flag in a regulatory agencies and in the rest of the medical community has a choice to make can either change their standards. They can they can try to cover it up and we'll see what the FDA does with this. They're announcing that. Hey we we know this might be a problem for for new vaccines scenes but like you said what about the old ones are. They changed standards. Are they going to start requesting these be tested before they be rolled out to the population. Absolutely absolutely I mean just reflecting as you're talking back on my metaphor before of steroid induced grizzly bears that are hopped up on. PCP Not in this situation. The solution for doctors and government officials is. You know how we're GonNa fix this problem. Put on blindfolds. Now there's wandering around a bunch on it's a steroid hopped up. PCP smoking grizzly bears. I mean it's really crazy. It's really crazy to see how this entire system is is working Jeffrey once again. Amazing reporting thank you for bringing that story to us. I look forward to speaking again in the very near future. Take care will thanks. I mean if there's even a chance it's possible folks. There's even a chance that when you seek once. These is jeans that they they seem to. Have you know cancer causing tumor Genyk Properties telling you want more science. Don't you WanNa see you for instance a vaccinated versus completely unbalancing aid trial or study. Retrospective it doesn't. It doesn't have to break your moral oral code. We have the database at the. CDC called the vaccine safety data link. They have ten million people in that they've been tracking for nearly fifteen years. Now we can simply go nuts database as a really really easy question. 'cause we've got these brand new things called computers ars. And here's we with the computer you take all of that information and you say let's ask a question that's needed group fully unvaccinated vaccinated group who has more cancer. Just that simple. You want to get really really in depth go. Who has more leukemia? Jamia whatever you WanNa do guess what the answer will come right out when we were at the National Institute of Health sitting the across from the heads of infectious disease. You know Tony pouching. The head of the National Institute of Health Francis Collins and Joshua Gordon and all these other luminaries we said ahead just do the backs versus unbanned study. Hashtag do the study. Do the damn study. You know they said we will never do that. Study swear to God and they WanNa prove me wrong. Here's how you do it. Do the study just do it. Ah Okay well is if it's not terrifying enough. Were injecting kids with cancer. You know those potentially healthy kids that on dying of cancer are taking their beautiful healthy bodies and ending them. You've been seeing this in the news. Teen suicide rates are.
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"I mean that may be the case but that's I think that we should refrain from making a statement that big to me. There's really just a lot of stupid people geniuses of science. That are making huge mistakes but that accusations out there right. I mean because so so different than what should have been a national human geno that those theories were out there. Yeah and you know people can take people of that mindset can take this article and just hold it up as proof to this but I think there's no more important issue here we have. We have a vaccine safety paradigm that is revolving around Old outdated obsolete it technology. Now so forget about the Double Blind Placebo base trials and studies. That weren't done for the safety testing. Now we have next generation genome sequencing. That are showing showing issues and our regulatory agencies are not e there. They've been caught pretty much with pants down on this. Because the FDA does not consider residual DNA a from a human cells in vaccines to be a safety issue so they're not even measuring it so the one of the issues with this is that in the Emma Mark. I'm sorry in the rubella component alone. That's there's ten times over the limit that's just suggested manufacturing so the the limit is ten nanograms per vaccine dose and the rubella component was found to have one hundred seventy five nanograms so even even in their limited kind of like. Hey maybe just don't go over ten. We don't think it's a safety issue. But just maybe try to stay under ten nanograms. They're blown that out of the water. They have no clue. What's going on so so here? We have the FDA again asleep at the wheel not not keeping up with re- with new technology and it's been going on for at least by decade. It's interesting you bring that up that the FDA does not recognize that. There's any problem with you. Know Tumor genyk cells in cell lines being used for vaccines but actually when we were preparing for this You know some people at work with over in Europe sent me a study that I had seen before it comes from last year it addresses exactly this. Take a look at this this is from from the FDA and they were looking at exactly this issue. This is coming out of two thousand and two thousand eighteen investigating viruses in cells. He used to make back scenes and devaluate in the potential threat posed by transmission of viruses to humans. It goes on to say virus based aced back scenes are made in living cells cell substrates. Some manufacturers are investigating the use of new sellers to make vaccines the T. continual the growth of cell lines ensures that there is a consistent supply of the same cells that can you'll high quantities of the back seeds in some cases the cell. Oh lines that are used might be tumor. Genyk that is they formed. Tumors when injected into rodents. Some of these tumor forming cell lines may contain cancer cancer causing viruses that are not actively reproducing such viruses are hard to detect using standard methods these latent or.
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"They're using vaccine manufacturer were made back in the seventies. They're starting to Kinda poop out so there are actually actually have to make new cell lines to replace those on a daily basis. Aborted babies are harvested and exploited for biomedical research and the practice continues because we close our eyes to the ethics of vaccines. And when we do that to people who don't share our moral outlook. There's no difference between an abortion. Done in nineteen seventy and abortion done yesterday today we absolutely know that the levels of DNA in these vaccines accedes get into our children's bloodstream. At levels that are above sometimes the hundredfold higher than levels of fetal DNA China that has been demonstrated to massively activate the immune response causing a general excited kind release incited kind toxins and we are giving children ten two hundred fold higher concentrations. We absolutely absolutely no toll like receptor nine. We'll be activated. The pharmaceutical companies have never measured cytokine release and they've never measured occurred That acute autoimmune response absolutely there are alternative. TURN IT Ivana Alternative Cell Lines that we can use to manufacture the vaccines. We can use animals and Animal Ladas. Were actually better her. Because adult animals are more similar to the human. If you choose the right animal and you do a correct model then looking being at fetal material is at a minimum read need a bit of the package insert and you will see the acknowledged side effects. That could happen to your normal healthy child do a risk evaluation is your child at risk for this disease. If they were to get the disease what are the consequences of getting the disease. Is it really that bad or could we medically manage it very well so my child would be fine I I would encourage all parents to ask their doctors how immunity is caused by vaccine. And if your doctor doesn't talk to about toll like receptors then your doctor either knows nothing about immune immunity or Baraldi see. That's vaccinate or they're not telling you the truth and you should get a doctor. Who knows what they're talking about or tells you the truth? Doctor Dieter discovered the adult heart stem. Cell she was also part of the lawsuits against against the Obama Administration when they were trying to bring back the use of fetal cell lines in scientific work because she said the adult stem himselves are far safer for some reason as she described it to me and this will be layman's terms. They've matured they understand how to work when you use them. They can create and fix these problems that we are looking at stem cells. Do but when you use a fetal DNA fetal stem-cell it really just results in cancer. It turn it gets you know it proliferates. It's everywhere they put it so that's proved to be the case most of the work. We now see people using adult stem cells. So Dr Theresa Dyson behind that. We should listen very it carefully to what she's saying and I find this this conversation very very interesting because as you know I was a producer on the daytime talk. Show the doctor so I I tend to look at things from a scientific perspective. I spent six years working on that show. You know really looking. At the scientific reasons. Things are done celebrating the best medicine selling rating the best doctors and scientists. That are out there but this is an interesting topic because so often we say their science and then there's religion religion as though those two never cross but in this one circumstance. I think they come colliding headlong into each other. I mean here you have to imagine that most you know religions would say it's an abomination to abort a baby to begin with and then it's an a further abomination to take that baby. That's as she described very horrific. They said this is going to be a scary show. Is Born alive so that you can harvest materials the way you need to without any sort of sedatives so this is an incredibly awful experience for this poor soul and then we take that. DNA and we grow viruses on on it and then on the cell lines and then we inject them into you. I mean it's really really crazy and we're seeing more and more rise in cancer autoimmune disease. Dr Dyson done some amazing studies. That in fact I can't has helped fund a few studies looking at the vaccine and how she showed road that the stem cells are coming up and grabbing the little pieces of DNA that are fragmented in that vaccine and mutating themselves. Folks you don't want your stem themselves. Mutating Trust me on that. I'm not gonNA detail on that but you don't want your stem cells mutating then they just start recreating that problem throughout your body. But so you were thinking Dr Teresa all alone. There's been some really amazing studies coming out of Italy. This is a paper that came out of core Velva and I'm bringing in our own Jeffrey Jackson to talk about Mr. St Five contained in `priority Tetra complete genome sequencing. I believe that's their version of the R V that we're using here. They found some really interesting things and they started looking at the the DNA and the genome inside the vaccines. So Jeffrey is joining me. Jeffrey can you hear me yes. I can't tell thanks for having me. Alright Gimme Gimme the scoop. I mean we just heard we know Teresa di. She's been you know yelling from. The mountaintops is a really stupid thing to be doing to be injecting fragments of DNA and AH say fragments. Because as I've been speaking all across the country you know talking about the vaccine safety project that we created. I say that it's the fragments that are really the problem. And when I say that I'm just thinking there's just pieces of DNA right a small part of the DNA chain but this study actually shows does a something far more complex than they're not just fragments. Are They not you mentioned. It was done by the CRA. Valve Association is out of Italy. They've been around. Since ninety the three providing information scientific research surrounding vaccines and they looked at priorities. Tetra 'EM RV Vaccine They used sequencing. It was basically next generation sequencing technologies as revolutionary technology Really new to the field it allows rapid sequencing of the entire single genome to map mutations. You know the genome is completed jeans. It's kind of like The the building building material and the instructions in it's contained in all the cells that that are sequenced or that are found an example of that. You know because this was something when I was looking at this study. Just trying wrap my head around this new technology. Here in epigenetics genome sequencing. Is there a lot of new words for the public. So basically it's the method I if you take a cancer patient for example and you can Fully decode their normal tissue and you can fully decode their cancerous tissue and you can compare those two and see okay. Where along the lines? Did this genetic sequencing go awry. Form this cancer so it allows you know really a depth of focus on some of this stuff so what curve. Alva- found in M. R. V.. Vaccine their results was they. They found quote. The human reference genome was found to be matched by ninety nine point. Seven six percent reads from vaccine. DNA that means nearly in all its entirety the human field DNA presented in this vaccine in the entire genome that means the vaccine contains genomic DNA with all the chromosomes of a male individual. So this is this is interesting because we've been told that well we just culture the vaccine Material on this marcy five cell line. But it's not GonNa get the vaccine very much this. This completely turns that all on its head this information from this next generation sequencing. Wow Wow and so you know when you were saying the ability now to sort of grab you know. DNA or cell lines and then run them through rapid imaging thing and I think that idea of being able to compare the two is really fascinating. I don't know why but immediately like pumped up it was like what was the sesame street one of these genomes is not like like the other the other I mean. That's what they're doing comparing the two and say how are they different. And we're recognizing that there's mutations taking place correct absolutely and so what did they find. Okay go ahead. Yeah Yeah I in Cordova's report. They actually showed kind of a graphical representation of this for people and I found this interesting to to see. So there's a there's a picture on one side of a normal human genome and on the other side is the the M R C five human genome taken right from the prior. Ah Priorities Tetra. Vaccine so those orange lines on the right. That are all bunched up in the center of the Diagram. Those represent genomic anomalies. So those those. They're not supposed to be there on the left side. You don't see many of those an orange. Those orange lines that that's because that's a normal human genome. So what the heck are those orange lines wire. Fire the genetic anomalies in the genome in the vaccine. So this is where the story gets a little deeper and a little more concerning so cordova chose five hundred sixty sixty jeans to analyze and they were chosen because they're involved in different forms of human cancer so what they found was. The variations of the modifications of the jeans were associated with tumor forms. That were identified. So this is the these these variations were basically associated with cancer causing cancer and human in human cells on all the five hundred sixty ver- verified genes that they're using so these variations amount of modifications -cations. They found however were were not present in in the public databases. So they're basically saying look. We found abnormalities on genes. Is that in normal. Human cells will cause cancer when they have these abnormalities but we don't know what the heck these abdomen abnormalities actually are or are doing in these genomes genomes lots of quoted on. But it's possible because so many of them relate to cancer that we are injecting essentially cancer her causing agents right into our children right. I mean that's that's really what we're looking at here. I mean obviously this is just the beginning of research that probably should have been done in two hundred years ago and then one hundred years ago and is one of those things we keep asking for but luckily someone is starting to look into this and we have a massive rise in cancer with a gigantic santic rise in childhood leukemia. I mean I think these are the things that when we walked around our society you know I know a lot of people say you know you shouldn't listen. Listen the DEL for you but just listen to your own instincts. I mean that's really what I try to talk on the show if you're walking around and asking yourself cheese I just don't remember. Babies Abe's having cancer as often as they do. I don't remember children the cancer I never knew. Just when when you heard the word cancer back when we were kids they would always show images of old people that it was sort of like you were dying earlier then you should have but you didn't see kids with it. You didn't even see teenagers but now we we have babies with cancer. What is causing it? I know a lot of medicine. Doctors provide point to the food in the air in the water. And yes I think all of those things things we should be looking at you but seriously. We're injecting these things and now we finally look at the genome and find out what five hundred and sixty something you know cancer the answer potentially cancer causing genes whereas where do you think where do they. Where do you think this is going? Where's this study going? What is it? And by the way I've seen a lot of reporting that they believe it was purposely done right. I've seen many articles saying that you know somebody purposely honestly mutated this gene that they put in the back seat to cause cancer I have a hard time wrapping my head around thoughts..
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"Mumps outbreak in Ridley High School. It is spreading. It is both in students and staff at Ridley High School. WHO HAVE THE MUMPS? It is easily spreading close contact act even when people are vaccinated with a series of outbreaks across the country. Doctor is now no. The vaccine can wear off the mumps outbreak get Ridley High School in Delaware. County appears to be spreading state health officials. Say anyone exposed to mumps who has not received at least one dose of MMR needs to be excluded excluded from school until the outbreak is over. We keep reporting these stories. Here's the headline eight confirmed cases at really high high school. As outbreak appears to be spreading health officials say. We're getting so used these articles aren't we and of course you ask yourself well. Why am I not see anti boxers spreading mums like we saw ANTIBAC- CER- spreading measles? They liked the blame whenever they can so every time I see his AAC kids. That had the mumps. I'm GONNA assume whom if not all most of them were vaccinated. Because here's the line you see right in the article. Would they series about race across the country doctors now now no get this the NFL or vaccine can wear off what what wait a minute. I've been hearing that spreading misinformation for the last two years or so that this show has been going on and one of the things he's always saying is the vaccine is wearing up. That's why we will never have heard immunity and here. It is right in the article now. It's not just me pokes doctors now know the vaccine gene is wearing off. This is what we reported about. We knew we had a naval ship. That was you know stuck out at sea because everyone was getting the mumps that was vaccinated. We're going to see this the story over and over again and those tuning in for the first time we also know that the mom strain is under. It's under review in a court right. Now we have have to whistle blowers from inside Merck. That came forward long before we were seeing these articles. Long before we heard about outbreaks we heard about Stephen cradling. A A doctor who was working at Merck that said they came in the FDA said received too many months outbreaks quietness before. We're hearing about it too. Many mumps outbreaks the people that have already had their Mr Vaccine. We need Merck to prove that the monks strain they're using Gerald is is is efficacious and so steven trailing says I went. We did the studies we would do to see if it's efficacious and it just wasn't so then they came in and said no you better try. There's something else it said so then. We use rabbit's blood instead of human blood and when that didn't give us the roles results we kept doing anything until Benchley to just wrote brand new numbers in by hand made needed up and lied about this strain. Merck has bought this in court but the judge ruled last year over a year ago. No you're not throwing this case out out. This looks very interesting. So you have a whistle blower case in court right now over the mumps issue but it's continuing to go and it makes you think they're now admitting it doctors admitting that the Mr Wears off. Here's what's scary about this story. You know what the solution is going to be more more than your kids for those of us that hate eight these things and for those that maybe feel like they're in harm's way and Ken avoid getting them. If you live in New York and California now they're just going to keep pumping these things into into your children one after another we'd been at the. CDC they're talking about a third of Mr for college and then what happens if it's still not working to more in college college and then we know that the CDC's schedule has to more forever. You dolt to see how stupid this is. You cannot achieve heard immunity with a product that just keeps wearing off just kids dropping off herd. Immunity was a concept based on lifelong immunity. Wants someone got measles they would never be able to get it again and therefore protecting everyone around them the vaccine cannot achieve that. It's not a TV with mumps. It's not achievement with measles that's going to bring you the breaking in story over the next year or two mark my words. The measles epidemic is because you have bailing backseat and why are we all so upset or frayed of bidding this vaccine. Why don't we want our children getting four five six seven and the Mars because it's got the dean of aborted babies babies in it? Let me repeat that we take the DNA of an aborted baby and we inject it into our own children and now they don't WanNa do that once not twice not three times four times five times. They want to keep injecting. DNA from another other person into our children. You think I'm lying about that. We'll guess what we asked one of the world's leading officials the superstar of Stem Cell Research Dr Teresa di Scher do they put aborted fetal DNA into vaccines. Here's what she had to say about those questions. I'm Teresa di sure sure and I am a scientist. The president and founder of Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute and so a vaccine consists of a virus. The virus is a long chain of nucleic acid and the classic acid to this. What makes up our DNA? What makes our NA? And it's too long to make an attest to so we mimic nature's way of propagating thing or growing viruses and infect cells what there is in the final product when when we use cells that have been made from an aborted fetus are human fetal DNA fragments and and cellular debris and in quite high levels MMR Chickenpox Hawk's zone of acts that's shingles from Merck all hepatitis A. Containing vaccines the Penta sell the polio component of that and One of the rabies vaccines what you have. Our procurement. Companies who are working side-by-side literally with the abortionist and and typically right in the building. So what happens with the heart. Is that It will actually go into this contract. Scher and once that happens. You can't get good data from it. You can't get cells that will be in work so the tissue becomes useless. It has to be flashed and put into preservative that stops the heart within two minutes. The baby has to be born alive or or they're not going to be able to get the heart and get rushed and get it in the blocked solution right so that they can preserve it for processing well. A fetus born intact is definitely dead when they cut its heart out and they're not giving any anesthetic. I would never do this to a mouse or rat. I would not be surprised That we might get some hard numbers not in the so distant future that abortions are delayed later and later So that the scientists in the procurement companies can get better late term to shoot. Well it's not an old all techniques some of the cell lines that.
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"And good afternoon. Good evening wherever you are out out there in the world is time to step out onto a very scary precarious step onto the high wire today. It's Halloween and all all around the world. We are celebrating this Berry. Strange holiday one of the oldest we have saint holiday so we've got a very scary sto show in store for today. We're going to be discussing many of the freaky things that have been haunting us in the news that we haven't been able to get around to get a huge deal Jesse Jackson coming in to talk about are. We actually injecting archie with cancer on one of the world's leading experts. Dr Peter Bragin to discuss the rise in suicide and then lastly we're bringing horror sacks saks from maine to talk about how they're doing everything they can to stop the Zombie Apocalypse. But I I WANNA talk about mutating bacteria correa which leads me to one of my favorite episodes of this show geniuses of science all right this week on geniuses of science I saw this article air infection causing bacteria becomes resistant to vaccines. It goes on to say this out of Rochester New York. In fact I guess Rochester. New York is one of the leaders on the study of ear infections. researchers are looking at an emerging problem with the bacteria that causes ear infections doctors at Rochester regional health network are working with the CDC to study study the bacteria the issue is that the bacteria is changing and it goes on to say they are becoming resistant to the regular antibiotics. What's that children are receiving and they also get back scenes against ear infections said Dr Michael Pitcher Chiro? Now what they're talking about the fact that both both the pneumococcal vaccine and hit-back scenes are supposed to be stopping ear infections. It's one of the reason we're giving the children and I was reading this article. I started thinking talking about ear infections. How I don't remember as a child really having ear infections and I don't remember ear infections being deal but I will admit even though my children art vaccinated they've had a couple of beard Baxter's now for us it lasts about six hours? But why is it kids getting somebody infections. Investors becoming such a common common issue. And then you hear people talking about the fact that they're actually having surgeries where they're putting tubes in their children's ears so obviously ear infections are on the rise. It's a big problem album but once again ingenious of science you have to imagine the idea was supposed to be too. I think eradicate or Levy eight this issue and it appears here's all we're doing is making it worse. The article goes on to say those vaccines are becoming less effective which also means the ear infections are becoming harder are to treat. I love this. This is where scientists. This is. Why they're such geniuses so if something doesn't work I was thinking about when I was working on Dr Phil Show? He used to always say well. Oh How's that working for you. How's it working for you? Well I'd like to ask the scientific body right now. How's that working for you? All seem to be doing is making these bacteria worse and worse and worse. And here's the solution. Look at this of course for what is say forever Brewery Hammer very nail the hammers the solution or whatever that it line is for every scientist apparently backseat and drug is the solution. Because here's what they say. The hope is to learn what works best in treating certain bacteria so treatment treatment to be focused it can also lead to a new vaccine but it could take two years before the FDA receives approval for testing on children testing on children. That's what we're working on. How about you know when we say? Why can't we do a double blind experiment on all of the vaccines that we're we're giving our children? How about? Let's go back and do what you never did before you approve them for safety. How `bout do that? No no they only want to test on children for new vaccines in the future. Let's see if we can create a vaccine to stop this mutating bacteria. It's actually a very scary thing. We talk about this all the time we talked about all the bacteria he does spores and things that are in hospitals that are growing the Mersa and the cre. This growing world around the antibiotic age. I've said it before. I used to report this on the doctors. Tell us this is a conspiracy theory stuff we would. We would say that we believe in this generation we will see the end of the antibiotic age wjr because as they describe it more and more now as GlaxoSmithKline and Merck and all of these drug companies set out to make a new antibiotic they say by the the time they get it developed the bacteria already mutated and the w attic is useless for the first time. The person eventually sitting there talking about vaccines are mutating the bacteria so we have a serious problem. Modern Science is sort of inflating. This problem I was I was sort of joking with the staff today. You'll be going back to where our biggest problem with grizzly bears and we gotta get rid of Grizzly bears because they eight four kids last year. This is like the solution was to go out and just fire darts into them with steroids and make twice as big and then you know hop them all up also. PCP and say. Wow we got this drug crazed I get it. Bears killing everybody you know. We need to do more steroids and more. I don't know how that's how it looks to me. That seems to be how science is thinking about this whole thing. Think so. Good luck with that in case you think brand new problem. That's really just rearing its head. They've been at this a long time. We found this article from Rochester. All the way back in nineteen ninety eighty seven bacteria causing recurrent hard to treat. Ear infections are more resistant than previously reported. A high level resistance to antibiotics lex. Among two of the bacteria. Pneumonia and age influenza was discovered so called superbugs which maybe why these children were having recurrent ear ear infections. We've bound antibiotic resistant. Rates from h influenza. Mop Listens warns an estimate were higher than reported in previous studies of the H. H. Influenza isolates fifty six percent we're resistant to Amoxicillin while resistance was bound in forty six percent of the pneumonia isolates stated Michael. Not the same guy. MD The lead author of the study. Obviously this is an ongoing problem and the solution is to continue to vaccinate accident push drugs. How well if worked on really making our children's stronger how much stronger immune system so that they can handle all this stuff I mean? Where's IT GONNA stop? This entire retire. Plan is covered with millions of bacteria and viruses always seriously they were going to attempt to mess with nature the level. We're just going to keep injecting our children to stop and popping drugs into them chasing symptoms symptoms being created by the vaccines injecting them. Susan born Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. You get the idea you watch the show. This was all about but your brand new if for some reason. Halloween is the first day you decide. What's the high wire then? No this you can challenge anything. I'm saying you can see the data. You can read the articles yourself. All all you have to do is type I can. I see A. N. Right now in your comments if you're watching on facebook or if you're watching youtube or some other network or our website the high wire dot com just Texas three three two two two and use the message that I can and we will send all that information to you so you can read it yourself all right serving on well. You know if we're not it's not enough that we're sort of mutating bacteria we have another problem. Mumps outbreak the.
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"Stuff. That isn't even funny just because he he's like. He's a troll. He is a tro. Oh he's the wind up much. Oh i made a little note because i wanted to ask you about this. <hes> correct me if i'm wrong long 'cause i'm not you and i don't know what's in your brain but i feel as though your position on louis c. k. has done a dramatic swivel since the last podcast store. We talked about louis c. K. rush like what he did was wrong. And where and can you not louis talk's sake <hes> bu- i feel like he should be given the space to have a bit of a redemption ark. 'cause people do with mucked up shares. That was my opinion when we recorded the podcast and european basically back in comedy. I do think it was if you listen to back and pre show no. I'm pretty sure wrong. No for why we all came yeah. Why are we all doing for an opinion. I may or may not know live longer. Hold like hey give me an old tweet that i can attack see for two thousand seven when he said these people are people ramon. You talked about dole houses for years yeah. Do you know that some kid or some guy <hes> had something terrible happened to him because someone found a tweet where he was is using homophobic slang which by the way every teenager says homophobic stuff at one point every game yeah yeah so this they found something this kid said when he was fourteen and ruined his life with it why they're fourteen and i'm pretty sure light mar rule time east to cool people maggots maggots. It's so dory yeah. <hes> is cooling. People mags like i've been many times so i don't even know what i've been called privilege. Things probably <hes> i'm. I'm kind of my brain has has gone off to somewhere land because of trying to do all these different thoughts at the same time. Do you have denied like take us home. Do you have anything to end with which means who to who <hes> comedy is subjective blahdy blah blah featuring like it. I watch it blahdy. Blahdy blah quite enjoy special cringed at a few points as good. That's <music> but yeah. It's kind of the same mizzou just because i who doesn't mean that it's wrong. What about you day man. I am reminded of something that he said at in the end bit the bit right after stopped watching 'cause this anyways <hes> don't make a the mega face it me <hes> he's talking about that woman the trans woman that was in the audience and then had a drink after and stuff and she's asking questions and and and she's telling them that a lot of people in america said that when he had a show the how much he used racist slang did racist stuff was a off racism and what he thought of when people said that and he said like mom and she asked him. Why doesn't anyone ever say hey that you're trans. Jokes are normalizing transgenders yeah. I thought that was very smart. Well to me the credits happened and and then i was i was gone that maybe watch like this past episode once the credit start rolling that's it. I'm amount i run things k. Hey have you run into things. I found out things that he ran out of things yeah so thank you for listening anyone that did <hes> <hes> yeah follow us on patriot patriot dot com slash neuro diversion follow us on instagram instagram dot com or well. You could go to inspect graham. Dot com slash podcast but you won't <hes>. I'm at damien fossil on everything k. Where can they find you. You can find me at k. music u._k. Eh on instagram ho- yeah you're not bipolar pug anymore. We need to update everything now. Bipolar couldn't come to to the phone because she's dead. Yeah sorry yeah you can find mita right well. Thanks for the sneak by by me.
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"The article is loading it by saying what's the what's the most embarrassing public statement you've ever made and then this person goes on to talk about how horrible a person they used to be <hes> apparently being a sagittarius makes you horrible consumer conservative evangelical christian and a zealous one. Those are the kind kind of people that think conversion therapy works <hes> and he's doing all of this just to frontload all that to say how horrible dave chapelle ella's and blah blah blah all jokes. I don't think he actually said a single anti trans thing in the whole specialty you know i think he <unk> had jokes invoicing involving people to were trans or in the community like the whole light call thing or spoiled a joke <hes> <hes> but it was never anti. I didn't get like kind of new onus kind of vibe. It was jokes and building yeah. I didn't get there was there some trans jokes that were taken out <hes> in performances before the recording of that and he talks about it in the little epilogue. That's after after the the the bit you watched because if you if you wanna watch it later go to the netflix special go right to the end and it'll pop up a little after bit twenty two minute after bit talks about how someone went to <hes> went to his shows and took immaculate notes like perfect notes of every joke and then <hes> chairman who was talking about how the actual headline of the article that came out <hes> from the immaculate immaculate notes was was something like dave chapelle wants to smash a dollhouse over jussie smollet head and if you're listening and you've never seen it that is the the two aren't even connected in the thing but he talks about some of the the trans jokes and he talks about <hes> doing a show where there's a trans woman in the audience and he would make jokes and he talks about the internal monologue of should i like. He's a little worried because she's in the audience. Should i make the joke. She's having a great time. I don't wanna ruin her night eight and then he thought well if i can't make jokes in front of her should i be making jokes at all did it and she would laugh but the whole audience would not laugh they would watch her her to see if she's going to laugh and then they'd laugh aloud sensually yeah and and then he met up with the met up with a lady and had drinks <hes> <hes> bar after with her cool but no there's no unto trans stuff going on people need to. He didn't even make negative jokes about transpeople his jokes. There was nothing negative. There's no punching down a negative joke about a trans person would be some kind of joking which the it's an implicit in the joke that there's a negative of quality about the trans person yeah i remember like one of the jokes was to do with bathrooms and being like oh. We haven't got any ball from so you go in for like six miles back. She thoughts client for reflection on what it's like for trans people to use bathrooms the kind of day feel comfortable using it. It wasn't like a you. Don't believe in anything will the bad guy in that. Joke wasn't the trans person it states that he reference the bathrooms yeah yeah so the kind of advocating for the murder yeah. I don't get a stupid stupid is very stupid. Oh and and you remember i was saying about the lady that was doing the documentary on r kelly dream hampton pasturing him to be in the thing this because because he did a really famous now <hes> skit on the chapelle show about r kelly where he sang a song and we'll peeing on. You and i'm guessing that's why she she he she asked him..
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"You need to save me. Should we tell me the k. Button that just should we talk about the michael jackson thing briefly because i think it's interesting immer ghost his special sure. I just happened to click on t._m._z. and they say michael. Jackson is state agrees with david chapelle. Go figure yeah but yeah. I feel like it's kind of in the grounds of comedy like it's kind of even a bit funny to have thought dow now and be like did he like. I don't know i feel like always what people saying. Comedy has to be exactly what their opinions are. You can just say shit because it's funny. Chapelle did on his show way back in the day like in the too early. Two thousands <hes> a skit in court where they were acting are asking him he was in the witness box and they're asking him about <hes> famous black people who were charged with crimes so they went through like o._j. And and i think r kelly and some of the guy and michael jackson and with michael jackson he was just like the because he knew that he was guilty deep in the guys i give and he's and he said i'm sorry your honor my blackness will not allow me to answer the question and he leaped out of the box and runaway <hes> again. That's that's funny and in that he's kind of. I is so hard because the michael jackson thing i think he did it but at the same time i realize that i haven't seen enough actual concrete evidence. That isn't really really really really problematic and i'm just doing the thing i hate. Which is the where there's smoke. There's fire but i mean come on. That's a lot of smoke yeah. That's like a shit on this. I think he did it but my de emma feelings anybody but comedy who cares it's comedy. There's the bit that you skipped the the after bit <hes> and whether wearing again and i can't tell the joke but i'm just going yeah all right this cast so he's still in a story about how he's on stage doing some offensive stuff and he does some metoo humor and this woman gets up and charges down to the stage and is all like har- rump and says i'm sorry i was raped and he just looked down and said you're. I'm sorry you were raped. Two that was not your fault was my fault either talk bitch which is really really offensive but his whole areas areas and i feel like that should be the test you should be shown that and then if you laugh you go to the left and if you don't laugh you go to the right and everyone goes off into their own little doorways yeah michael jackson accusers respond after getting blasted dave chapelle new comedy special quote. It reveals him not us what the cancel culture is. You know newspapers have like media. <hes> arts is politics cancelled. Culture is a thing on this random news quoting him doing the thing people did to lenny bruce where they just so. I'm going to read this now. Just imagine that you didn't watch special. You just watched it but you didn't watch it. I'm going to read this now and tell me if if this would make you like him and think he's funny or think he's evil. I do not believe these. Motherfuckers chapelle admitted cheers from the audience after adding that he's a victim blaming her. He declared quote even if he did it. I mean it's michael jackson. I know more than half. The people in this room have been molested in their lives but there there was no goddamn. Michael jackson was it. I mean this kid got. His dick sucked by the king of pop. I know it sounds harsh but man. Somebody's gotta teach these kids. There's no such things free trip to hawaii is gonna wanna look at your butthole or something. He then went on to argue that robson and safe chuck must be lying since macaulay culkin oaken has repeatedly said the musician never salted him quote. I'm not a pedophile but if it was macaulay culkin's the first kid. I'm fucking joked chapelle. Oh and then news article <hes> how how how does that sound to you pretty <hes> diabolical yeah yeah that it's it's the context and the way exit livery yeah the way it's executed yeah reading on my static thing like a screener..
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"Like so broken looking and he just like i just wanna thank you all for coming out after a set myself on yeah. He didn't leadership in that he continues. This is almost certainly how dave chapelle sees himself judging by the material l. and delivery yeah part of his twenty million pop deal net flicks so he's rich he's transphobic. He thinks that he's awesome. I'm like what she is like. Richard pryor and these people would be attacking richard pryor. Who's running ways. Yeah yeah yeah yeah blobby blueberry. He sucks. He supports <unk> spurts pedophile. 's which doesn't ooh transp- noticed you know how the whole thing thing about the alphabet people whenever anyone talks about the alphabet people. There's only one letter talking about <hes>. Which is the everywhere. I read. It's like he says not to piss off the alphabet people the edgy b._t. Q. a. i two plus cetera and then they go and then trans trans people so there's no one else in that acronym that too about people they're not talking about the alphabet pm yeah blah blah. I'm gonna i'm gonna skip the next one because this is going to bore the well if we haven't already aboard the ship of people with me just being like i love dave chapelle pill. You love dave chapelle. I love dacia. He's great here. We've got the atlantic aren't even know from but <hes> i should mention that these ones when i just i just punched in the name dave chapelle into google and google now will have this slider carousel of <hes> what it considers the official news the comes before search results before videos and stuff so i just opened up everything that was on the top official news in the google search for dave chapelle culture the fear and dave chapelle new special the comics netflix show continues chapter of work that whiffs less of a reverence than of irritation in unease yeah. I can't read that too many n. Words camry too many read that and word in or it's <hes> <hes> yeah well. This is just a long article about how evil he is next next. We've got the philadelphia inquirer. Manager is like local <hes> <hes> dave chapelle defense kevin hart in controversial new net flicks special <hes> lobby blue defense pedophile dell's defense michael jackson baba blah sparks cancelled country all outrage. It's all outrage. Outrage outrage under fire for discrediting michael jackson's accusers in netflix special which again silly horrible <unk> screen shot for the the picture clinic comedian also takes aches aims at kalaeloa culture that seems public figures yeah so they essentially saying the headline that he came out in a special and the named all of the accusers of michael jackson and told old everyone they're all liars and then also came out and said that everyone's matt. I'm just mad at him because he is. They wanna like he doesn't want famous famous people to be accountable for their. I'm rambling k. You.
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"Welcome to narrow divergent podcast with myself in k. from the u._k. Say hello k khaleda. We're going to talk about dave chapelle this time because for once we're topical. We're not talking about the ted bundy thing a month after it came out or etcetera yeah so dave chapelle. I feel like <hes> feel old. I feel like i need to give a little teal. Dear compressed thing about dave spell for anyone one that is younger than me. It's watching including k. <hes> dish bell comedian. He is up there in the echelon with in my opinion like john cleese billy connerly ricky drive as <hes> george carlin richard pryor louis c._k. Pell did a show in the two thousands. I mean he's he's a stand. Dan has been doing standup forever but has shown the two thousands which is called the spell show soothingly and it was amazing. It was like the biggest show in the world of the time time it was it was the monte it was like the new monty python not that it's the same but in that there had never been something as culturally relevant in etc then he took took off for africa he just shut the showdown and took off and no one knew why for longtime and he came back and he said an interview that yeah well okay. You've seen some stuff. There's a lot of racially charged trigger e kind of politically incorrect but pointed statement he kind of humor that intentionally they pushed the bounds etcetera etcetera he was doing that kind of stuff especially a lot of race <hes> based humor on his show and he said that he was once shooting a scene and there's a bunch of white guys that were like the gaffer people in holding the mike booms and stuff and he noticed they were laughing at the parts that shouldn't be laughed at and then he got this like deep like <hes>. I don't know if what i'm doing is right or working etcetera center so <hes> he had a great rav quote from his dad which was <hes> like going in set your price and if it ever be if it ever gets more expensive than that get out so that's what he did. He got up to africa <hes> and then years later he came back and did some specials and bob. Liberty special just dropped coincidentally same time the classic wow dropped so i really feel like it's two thousand.