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

The Dworkin Report

31:22 min | 2 years ago

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

"You're listening to working report and I'm your host Scott working today. We have our producer. Grant Stern at the Miami Book Fair Interviewing American Patriot Malcolm Nance about his latest New York Times bestselling book and the plot to betray America. You may know Malcolm from MSNBC. We have appeared with him on several different panels. Starting starting in late two thousand sixteen. That's summer he was the first person to raise the red flag and say on national television. Russia is attacking United States. Yes and even wrote a book about it. That came out during the election. Called the block to Hack America. It was Malcolm Nance who brought my original dworkin report on trump's rushing ties onto MSNBC's news programming Malcolm Nance said what Russia was doing loudly. He stayed on it. He was is right and everything that has happened since then has totally backed him up. Here is grant turns interview with the Distinguished Retired intelligence officer and author Malcolm Nance. We're here with Malcolm. Nancy is the author of the plot to betray America. How team trump embraced start? Enemies compromised our security. And how we can fix it. And we're here at the Mining Book Fair in downtown. Miami's Wolfson campus of Miami Dade College you can find find out more at Miami Book Fair Dot Com. It happens every year. Malcolm thank you so much for joining me on the show. Tonight is a pleasure to be here. So Malcolm can you tell our listeners. A little bit about what inspired ready to write your new title the plot to betray America. Well anyone knows anything that I've done -cerned in the media world you'll know that I've had three books. And the last three years about the trump Russia scandal including the first book written about the trump Russia scandal. which was the plot to hack? America and that book stemmed from my alarm of identifying the Russian intelligence operation at the United States was being attacked. And in fact I'm the first person in. US media actually go on air and say the United States was being attacked and is if the validate that the next day. Donald trump comes out and says Russia. If you're listening please. You know uh-huh Clinton's emails. And then they did and they tried to do that they tried to do. They've never actually got her emails directly from Hillary Clinton they gotta it from other sources which you can do when you can't get into a secure server right so in five weeks. I knocked out plot to hack America which was an intelligence assessment of what had to be in place for Russia to carry this out. who had to be involved? And then what would eventually come That book was delivered. September number twenty third the same day that the CIA was delivering an identical report to President. Barack Obama and people go out. That's really fast. How'd you do that and I go well first first off not a journalist I'm US intelligence officer My job is tired. We're tired yes and my job was to see things in in patterns that are generally not privy to the average person in in the in the in America. I mean you know we. We see intelligence operations. We see behaviors. We sit collections shins operations and to people who have our experience. We can sniff out a real major operation. And that's what I did in that book And fast forward a year later I would write the plot to destroy democracy and that book was a strategic study of how Vladimir Putin was not just attacking the United States but was attacking virtually every major democracy in the Western world with the intention stall not communist governments. which you no people think of Ladimir Putin is an old communist? KGB got which he is but this is a KGB guy who becomes a super-rich James Bond Evil Villain in in real life and he realized but but he was using the the Soviet Union's techniques was was using the so union model and techniques for disinformation warfare. Warfare and disinformation propaganda. Couldn't move very fast in the old days. Because you have to use a typewriter you actually have to use a printing press and there was a lot more gatekeepers keeper. Yeah well the media was a lot more legitimate back then because you couldn't get into UPI or the information stream unless your story it was checked by journalists and the Russians would like go to India and by ten you know media organizations and put fake journalists in there and get. All of them to corroborate corroborate the same story as if it was legit and then try to get that into the western news media stream and generally didn't work but got some of them. Did work like the rumor that still exists today that the AIDS virus was developed by the CIA in order to kill blacks and gays. That was we actually know the Russian intelligence officer who created that that piece of disinformation. That still exists today. But as technology shock doc forward so did Russian capability and so plots destroyed democracy. which really about how Putin is re engineering? The Western world by using democracy to vote out democracies by funding right wing extremists. In some cases fascist governments like the government of Austria that was formed in nineteen fifty two. The party was formed in nineteen fifty two by two ex Nazi. SS officers and is now running Austria. And you know and other government fell after Russian involvement was revealed. Expose right well it fell. Oh because they videotapes. Probably Buy Australian. Intelligence found them in. You know literally in a beef. Spain meeting with the Russians planning planning on how to take illegal money from Vladimir Putin's United Russia party of which they had a contractual relationship with Russia. The day. After do they want and also were sort of a gateway to Donald Trump for the for the Austrians and Italy. Had a similar situation happened with their far right wing right right and you see the far right of Italy. You know You know The the Italian nor- Northern League and they're they're they're affiliated group of anti-government and supposedly independent Libertarians. Who all come together? And the first thing they're doing is meeting with Steve Bannon Donald Donald Trump's Russia like philosopher who was who's enthralled with with Putin's philosophy of breaking down NATO and getting rid of Europe so all Russia has been seeding all of these right wing political parties throughout Europe with the intent to break liberal democracy Putin Putin himself recently just said that liberalism is dead. It's a IT'S A. I think his exact words were is that it is a defunct ideology allergy and that it should be replaced with populism which is another way saying autocracy in Oh that's pushed by these ignorant masses so that book plot to Destroy Democracy did very well it was also a times bestseller debuted in the middle of summer at number six in the summer reading eating season and I read it because every once in a while writer should read his books and it terrified me. I mean I literally scared myself reading reading that book going. Wow it's one thing to write all this stuff but when you read it comprehensively and you see it's very everything we see is just so easy to see see that Russia doesn't care that we know it's happening and you could say it all seems so clear. Well because they know democracy is slow and democracy cannot move faster than autocrats dictators who are voting getting their people devoted out of existence and so that book sort of ended it with the American. What I call American Fifth Columnists which is the Evangelical raked which are very closely tied to Moscow now and they started actually co-opting co-opting them in two thousand ten by holding these conferences in Moscow these protection of Christianity conferences? The Right which was Steve. Bannon's baby that's how he became became a millionaire. He weaponized gamers into being these radical teenage conservatives who hated women and then the NRA of which we know quite right a bit about because the spy who was in the NRA was actually arrested by the FBI served. Eighteen months in prison and only recently has been left. The United States but her job was to infiltrate our way to the top and make contact with trump's family and she did and ironically she's a hero in Russia. For what right I mean they. I don't WanNa say what she did. But she's a hero's something right and that's I mean that's almost spy talk for you know what we were doing right so I was out there doing something and so she did her job very well. The NRA was co-opted supported. Donald Trump to the hilt. We don't know if the you know. Twenty five million dollars that came from the NRA could have been particle pool of money. There are hints to it. But there's a lot of investigation left to be done so that led me with only one last plot to write or so. I think you know because this impeachment is creating an entirely new chapter that was to focus on team trump. And that's why subtitled. How team trump embraced our enemies and compromise national security and how we can fix it and it's interesting because the book came out just as the impeachment started and what is in the book is every dirty dirty trick related to national security from team trump and literally how this cast of characters when you read it? I mean I have to have a personalities personalities glossary in the back in appendix because it's almost impossible to keep up with all the Russians in the story all the mobsters in the story team team trump's own people but you know I go to chapter four in there and that chapter is all Paul Manafort and Roger Stone. The two people who have both gone to prison with Roger Stone of course just being convicted of eight counts of lying to Congress and witness and witness tampering and interception of justice can never forget well rounded goes when he when he goes in. He's not alone all of them. Find out more about meet the candidates twenty twenty. My New Book Series Voter Guides authored by Dworkin report producer. Grant Stern it's the only place you can read my opinion and a factual portrait of each major Democratic candidate in one place by the book. Now at the link inside this episodes notes at grant stern dot com or your local barnes and noble. Thanks again for your support. Let's get back to the show so I went and did deep dives on these characters because was it was very clear to me based on all of my other writings that people I called in my first book that I had written in you know really fast in August. The two thousand sixteen I call them the Kremlin crew you know with two kids right Kremlin grew and it was very clear. These people have a loyalty that something that was beyond our flag and our Constitution and the question was what was it that they have their loyalty to and what could influence people. Jeff sessions sessions to meet secretly with Russians. And then you know lie about it or deceive the FBI about it something beyond your your your loyalty to the United States Ed's now people like you and I you could start putting gold bricks on this table and they were like okay. Well you betray us for a billion dollars. You betray your country for two billion dollars and we're like no no no. I'm going to get ten million dollars for the book. That's only that I didn't betray my nation right and how you tried to get me so these guys obviously are not writing thing. That book Okay they went along with Donald Trump's scheme and it all seems to focus on Russian money coming into real estate and then trump tower two point. Oh that's the second time. He tried to get a trump tower which in Moscow and Moscow that most people don't realize he tried it in nineteen eighty seven nineteen eighty eight. He went to Russia in the Soviet Union and tried to build a trump tower Moscow there but realized they didn't have any money and they weren't his kind of person and they weren't gonNA ideologically turn him so it didn't go anywhere but within ten years he would be eating out of the Russians hands. Well isn't at the big reason why the hunt for trump tax returns so all consuming Congress right now sure. I mean trump's tax returns. He has to explain where he got his money for them. And and what he spent his money on and you know also talking to Deutsche Bank right who finance trump's loans because he wasn't like the Germans in their USA subsidiary yet just give that guy a billion dollars and We don't need any paperwork none whatsoever and we don't need anyone to back him. At a time on that note bank in America Org Westwood Ever Loan Money to Donald Trump so there had been some relationship that was beyond. You Know Girls Bikini parties and one thing that's always piqued. My interest is how he borrowed money from the commercial. Division of Deutsche Bank. Didn't pay it back and then the private bank which continued continued to ratchet right. Well that that tells you you know in in our world in the intelligence world we have these things called black holes because like the astrophysics world. you don't see the answer but gravity is pulling everything towards a black center where you see nothing and that nothing is the answer but if it's like hey let's sloane donald trump a billion dollars and not pay it back you know or why would we loan him money and he never pays it back. Well all of those lines that are being pulled to the black hole that answer. You could surmises someone's backing this loan and they will pay it off we'll get banks. Don't low money unless they make money for right grain loser draw. They're going to make money. They'll always writing. That's by the way casinos. That was just a a bank with an entertainment facility shroud. Typical gangs little lady. That wants to fifteen hundred dollars from Pasadena you know. There's there's twenty people. They're taking ten thousand dollars short. Sure but I've been in this exams a marketing tool in this example. You have somebody who owned casinos. That lost my bags so right incredibly improbable casino is an ATM for money. That never stops and Donald trump bankrupted does because it's a show that he had no Achaemenid Kim and businessman whatsoever. Even his father was a brilliant businessman. Brilliant real estate mogul. He only made one investment in his entire life that lost money and that was fifty million. Leeann dollars that he had loaned to Donald Trump Donald trump for I believe it was trump airlines which collapsed immediately. I mean it was just mind boggling and this was a guy who's ego said. Put My name on things and people will buy an course. Nobody by 'em so how can we fix it. That's the end the long long lengthy subtitle. How can we fix it? Well there are some simple things but you know the fundamental way of fixing anything. That's what's happening. Now is very simple and it sunlight and it sounds like oh Malcolm but we're out there putting stuff out. No it's how you put information out the Russians in Gaza trump. They use a very well-proven KGB technique. Or I'm sure it's it's more popular elsewhere with Keiji Houston everywhere. It's called Meta narrative framing and they would change your actual perception of how you perceive what's happening and I think Dr who constantly called it a perception filter right where you think. You're seeing a lovely English garden. And when you turn the perception filter off your baron alien wasteland where you you you know a giant monsters coming to eat you instead of that dog. That's running down the street. And the Russians have mastered using modern technology to to change how you see the world by shaping your worldview with information and you know the funniest part part about it is is that there's an entire segment of US media. That doesn't believe that that doesn't believe in any of the trump Russia's scandal or the Ukraine skin I had an interview with New Yorker magazine and the the the you know the guy who did the interview was he's challenging questions agents but if you read the interview my answers are all rock-solid and they're all backed up by everything ever written by the US government. Right the MOLA MULLAHS report. You might have heard of that. The CIA report. The Defense National Intelligence Estimate the Senate intelligence report the House intelligence report and every investigation instigation that the United States was attacked by Russia in two thousand sixteen in an information warfare attack Donald trump tried to extort the Ukraine. And when when you read this interview because like you say trump's perception about Russia was changed and they manage his perception through information proof. And it's like have you never heard Donald Trump's be I mean he for four years now definitely currently three years as president of the United States. He has never said anything that was negative to Russia or would harm Russia or even not be complimentary to Russia's interest but which were absolutely damning and detrimental to America's interests. Helsinki is just one example example. I have a whole chapter on where you know. You read it. And his his ability to damage American national security in NATO's national security security comes in two flavors one where he's helping Russia through whatever was said to him. Because you know when you come off when Donald Trump doesn't even know from you is on the map comes out and says well well Crimea. Well you know they all speak Russian anyway and that was part of Russia. It's like did they mail you the talking points by email or did they come into your office and say battled now you must say Crimea's all speak Russian because you didn't get that from the United States intelligence legit community. Who's telling you that this ally we know from this week's hearings that Donald Trump does not go off of the notes or off of any the reports that he's getting from the Inter agency process at the National Security Council? It's someone tells him or he had. This is what I say. His perception is a set of rose. Colored glasses that I believe were put on his face at the Miss Universe pageant in two thousand fourteen when he had that secret to our meeting with the twelve richest the old guard of Russia including Putin's personal representative and he came out of that meeting saying trump tower Moscow is ago and from that minute onward everything everything about Vladimir Putin was positive everything look at all of his tweets at twenty four. They're scary. I mean this is a guy like Oh. Putin is a great leader after through the day after they invade Crimea and the world is condemning. It and here. He is insulting. Barack Obama. Do do you. Are you going to Steven Seagal this thing or are you going to be like Gerard Depardieu. They're going to be issuing you. A Russian passport gave that interview at the Miss Universe pageant to MSNBC. And the first time I saw that interview which was well after they played it one time they played it once and it never really made another their appearance but that was the most pro Russia. Injured you I've ever seen from an American up until you come out of a meeting with twelve multi not multi multi multi billionaires including a guy who's representing Putin and they estimate Putin may have between one hundred and two hundred billion illicit dollars what is Donald Trump trump single motivating ideology that we've seen throughout his entire life other people's money and this is a guy who really doesn't have money by relative to the people in that room and those people are all they're treating you like you are golden boy and they go. Donald Kirby is this donald you know the Obama is that Donald Stick with US Donald. I mean they didn't have to work hard on. You have to work hard. No but the point is don't come and tell me like like this. This is interviewer was like well. What's your evidence for that? The evidence is everything that we have all seen with clearly. A lot of people like to think are are lying. What's right and so I? There's an entire class of people in this country including some really people who call themselves journalists royalist who believe that the entire trump Russia's scandal and trump's influence from Russia which was never investigated in the Miller report. All of this is a lie and fake and this isn't the right wing media. These are mainstream media people who will come up and I actually had a journalist on a program that I go on regularly come up and say that I was a fantasist. And a conspiracy theorist because of plot to destroy toward democracy and it goes you know the seven hundred references in that book. I mean I only reference what they said and what they did. You're essentially telling us that. The entire trump Russia scandal is a I a fantasy and a conspiracy. There's and this is a you know a right wing not right wing. But a a conservative journalist who supposedly is a never-trumper and it's like okay. That's weird and these people. HELP SHAPE SHAPE Russia's narrative in technically they're useful idiots is what the Russians were called this episode of the Dworkin report. Art Is brought to you by resistors like you. We aim to keep this show independent for as long as we can visit working report dot Com to see how you can help. What are the best ways is by hitting that contribute button in the top right and giving what you can? Thanks again for your support. Let's get back to the show. Well you know you call it the the Platte plot to hack democracy and has your mortgage well it okay. I'm sorry to Hack America. The plot attack attack America and one of the most common computer hacking techniques. Overwhelm A computer. Too much information. I mean that is. It's actually really the basis of all hacking overwhelm either. The memory of the computer they. They're overwhelmed the network to prevent it from communicating. And isn't that very analogous to what's it's happening in the disinformation space is overwhelmed. People with so much information it is in the last chapter of that book. I surmised I said what's really hack. Your was the Democratic National Committee. Or the you know the Podesta emails they have the mindset of the American public and I had a really interesting tiff with a journalist He calls himself was very well known in the United States and he came at me after after he had seen a Fox News segment with Tucker Carlson where I said something that is commonplace. I said the Russians use information warfare techniques to raft a perception. And you if you adopt that you will only see it through that Lens and he goes. Where do you get that how do you know what what what source do you use it? I'm like dude. Three hundred and fifty pages. You Might WanNa read up page of it. Everything is referenced in there is no. I don't believe it. Where did you get back up? The NATO handbook on Russian disinformation operations. It's like this stuff is is not something because you're a journalist or you call it yourself and you just founded or you're beholden to the to the theme that it's all all a fantasy and that it's all conspiracy theory for whatever. Your agenda is whether you were pro-moscow like this person lived in Moscow and the nineteen ninety s have. I've had some wild adventures running independent newspaper. There he loves Russia who sounds remain nameless. I don't care but all I'm saying is this don't come out here. Three years later after tens of thousands of pages have been written about it the entire Muller reports section one essentially usually as as somebody on. I was relieved Maxwell. MSNBC came out she goes that should be called the Malcolm report that is plot to hack America writ large everything everything he said in July two thousand sixteen is now been validated in there. Don't come out and tell us that America's crazy and that everything we see with our lying that's like equal to nine eleven trooper stuff like. Oh how did those buildings fall in an airplane hit. No but that couldn't 'cause building seven to four and it's it's like saying trump Russia's not real you are the conspiracy theorist saying climate change is real you other conspiracy theorists saying that Ukraine impeachment is a fantasy that was drummed up by Hillary Clinton in that the PLO NATO Pro United States government of Ukraine. Actually hacked active Democratic National Committee in innocent. Russia did nothing about that. And you're just blaming these awesome guys. That's a conspiracy. The feary right and then you have this entire section of the media who are fringe who are beholden to calling. Robert Muller you you know everything you write everything that any person who has written an empirically checkable quantifiable repeatable. Experiment and they ago. No no that H.. Two O.. Stuff you keep talking about pets conspiracy theory water is just something that exists. And it's like science. Well I don't have to do science but in my world rolled of intelligence we show our work and my books repeatedly show their work. And there's gotTa be a reason I've got three times bestsellers on this and you know in a week that Donald trump junior spent one hundred thousand dollars to pump his book to number one a lot more than one hundred thousand dollars. One hundred thousand. Yes yes yeah. And then Kimberly kilfoyle and and Nikki Haley and it's like my book sell because people who read them no they're going to learn something and what they're going to learn learn. We'll be grounded in what we say. The intelligence community ground truth and grouchy with usually has five or ten references and my book has seven hundred references. I'm just I'm GonNa tell you another thing one more thing as an African American it's very it's treated different Individual Molly came up with this the the FBI FBI counterintelligence guy who was a double agent and he goes we can treat it very differently for three years. We can hammer this whole thing and then the second second book on trump Russia came up thirteen months after plot to hack America right. The third book came out twenty three months after plot to hack America whitten by journalists and those books are all feted and you know and whereas you know intelligence people are people who are way ahead of the curve. And I'll tell you all three of my books were surfing the way because they were century generating the wave plot to betray America came out the second week of the impeachment of the first week of the impeachment. And it's about everything that leads up to impeachment and you know and then go. Donald Trump. Junior has a book so the people who Really WanNa learn will actually learn something. And there's no conspiracy theory involved but again the first thing that happened first day that book came out. I was attacked by media. And they literally manufactured and you've factored a quote and the videotape showed. The only thing that they got right was the words quote since nineteen seventy seven unquote. And it's like what's going on out there. There are people who are invested in not making this work against Donald Trump and some of them are libertarian. All all left all all so alt-left they come around to the alright and they they will say anything you say. The Sun came up this morning. I'm GONNA jello conspiracy. Theory at the conspiracy theorist are these people who don't believe what every person in the world is seeing their own Malcolm. The the plot to betray America. How team trump embraced our enemies? Compromised our security and how we can fix. It is on bookshelves now. And can you give out for our listeners. Twitter handle and website. If they want to take this conversation onto the insurer of the show my twitter handle is at Malcolm Nance that's Ma L. C. O. L. him and ANC and soon you'll have a Malcolm Nance dot org website. which will be up what you'll have all of my media and people are I get inundated by the hundreds I just did The Commonwealth Club in San Francisco and one of the questions we have they sold out all the books. Was You know how we get to personalize your books. And I found that people really like having books personalized so while the ability for you either mail us your book and have it signed for donation to a veteran's charity for we'll sell you a book that will donate two veterans charity. You know and then it will. It will go out Malcolm. Thank you so much for joining me on the program tonight. It's my pleasure I'd like to thank Malcolm. Nance doing the show. Thanks again to grant stern for doing the interview. 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Ep. #572: Donna de Varona, Ben Shapiro, Malcolm Nance

Real Time with Bill Maher

56:07 min | 2 months ago

Ep. #572: Donna de Varona, Ben Shapiro, Malcolm Nance

"Welcome to hbo. Podcast from the hbo. Latent series real time with bill maher and mark our very very through. jesus christ. I don't know what you're now know. I love it rowdy. The old arsenio show. Why but remember that. Will i love okay. That's enough but Hey first off. we should wish abacha happy sixtieth. Turn sixty you day. They had a huge party. Like five hundred people. You know the movers and shakers of the world and then they had to scale it way back because of covert and it just looked too ostentatious tough times. You know so now. It's like jeff bezos. Had the self parkas rocket now. This is turning into quite a disaster biggest. Come on a party for five. Hundred of the top democrats gets canceled at the last minute. You how much leftover baby there is. They think they know. Don't the democrats have bigger problems. I mean this is day. Four of the andrew cuomo death watch. We've been following that story governor new york if the report came back as sleaze democrats are dropping him like he's made a gluten really. He has no friends now. Biden called on him to resign. Nancy pelosi called on him to resign. Chuck schumer yes. called anthony. weiner called for a double date. Different china guy. No everyone is piling on now. Over a new jersey chris christie said. You know when i was governor i pulled out my salami it was actually my lunch rotund man but now the guy i feel bad for chris. Cuomo komo's brother because he's on cnn. You've got to report the news and this is the news. I mean it's tough steve. Doocy had to report on his brother. Dumber yeah now they say. It's grim at the governor's mansion there in new york. Cuomo is getting so desperate that he's alone in the mansion screaming all day long. I i bet. If i look like gavin newsom they would elect it. Well gavin newsom. You know this is the stupidest thing california. Maybe they'll get the hit this summer over-regulated too many laws too many stupid laws stupid regulations number one. This recall bullshit which we should not be doing. A flaw we've got. We got to invest in the applause. Don't pay itself in a year but the stupid recall and because he's popular in the state but the people are not gonna come out to vote because they don't think it's that you know it's it's in the bag and it's not newsome's only up by three points but he is up eight with matridis. Yes our state. I guess everybody else. Everybody masked here today. We're following all the rules. More places now demanding masks everywhere. You go disney Now says nascar now required at their theme parks and or requiring all their workers to be vaccinated. They are taking all precautions. Now when the when the when the prince wake sleeping beauty he does it with an elbow bump. Sarah terrible couldn't get through the but also the pentagon mandatory vaccinations for now everybody's serving in the armed services navy. The navy is the most vaccinated branch which which makes sense because when you're living on top of each other on a ship it's easy to catch covert and also feelings the media they get everybody wound up about this stuff not that it isn't real but now they're worried about this variant of the variant. Apparently district gets passed around like a net flicks password. I mean wow and say it is as contagious as the delta variant the. Cdc may recommend that we go into a restaurant. You now you're gonna have to leave your mask on all the way through the appetizer but hey it sure hasn't stopped lollapalooza me. I'm always for a life continuing. I know there are bad things out there. On for that life going on they say lollapalooza could be super spreader event. I mean a one hundred thousand people there jam-packed watching journey and limp biscuit when they said covert ruins your taste. They weren't kid kid us get great show. We have ben shapiro but first step is a two time olympic gold medalist in swimming my old job and founding member of the women's sports policy working group donna. Dave verona great to see you. I love you glasses by the way it hurt. I did it hurt me. But that's not what you had to talk about is my face Great to be able to see you and you look great right you were. You're an olympic champ. You should look great And the olympics are wrapping up and we heard a talk about the trend situation. I mean this is the first year. The trans athletes have been allowed in the olympics. Just now as they're wrapping up. What i read is they didn't do too good well. I mean it's an emerging issue within women's sports but first of all. I just want to shout out to our women. Olympic athletes right now would finish fourth in the medal. Count transgender athlete discussion. Because this is really important and thank you for giving us the time to talk about what our group is long. I mean it's a big issue now and of course reason. I say it's surprising that it didn't do. Well is because a lot of people are saying. Okay if someone is now. I may get the terminology. Wrong please don't like send me a bomb. It's it's all changing. We're trying our best bud. Born like with a penis like a man testes testosterone all that stuff and then transition. I mean there have been certainly situations where that has happened. Another sports and the the person has had a tremendous advantage. Well here's the deal. I think first of all the nomenclature is confusing and if you talk about a transgender athlete like the canadian star player that just helped canada win the gold medal but on born with peanuts. No no but she identifies now as we're talking about biology we're talking about what would make someone stronger faster. Have more endurance. I mean we have seen situations like. I think it's tori. Bowie is one of the fastest woman in the world. Right okay i think. She's been bested by fifteen thousand men and boys in her record that which is not an insult to her is just saying there are differences. I think veronica ivy was cyclists. Okay was not doing well as a man. And then was the champion as a woman. Fallon fox were is a mma fighter. I think she cracked the other woman. Skull cc tougher. I believe that's the connecticut take case where type high school athlete competed as in the women's category said she was mitigating her testosterone sue suppressing and but dominated that category for a long time so in connecticut. Where should we can men. She came in like she was two hundred and fifty s and then she was the champion. This is just the the argument on what you're trying to do is find a middle ground. How can we be fair to start. Say women classic also allow place. We're not. We don't want to discriminate against trans people. No one wants that one smart and we don't either but we're here's a way to accomplish. Well the middle ground. According to the us is that there are sports that do accommodate. A question doesn't matter male or female most of the british team sports. That's right and you can handicap. I if you look at the sports community. It has accommodated a range of differences paralympics. Excision exists in my time. We opened the door and we it even in the olympics. You have weight. Categories heavyweight wrestler isn't going to wrestle a lightweight wrestler. So there's ways in which we can accommodate this but neither side wants to have the discussion and it's very important to have this discussion especially in schools. When young kids need exercise. You know that need help and need to participate. We need to have the discussion. And if you even broach this past this is part of the problem is that you get called called transphobic. That's right it's not transphobic. Phobe means fear right and yes. I'm afraid you're nuts. If you think you think just having a discussion means were afraid of something. We're not afraid. This is all very new. This is new stuff. So listen in the in the guidance on the olympic coverage that fox sports put out not to use the word to word phrase born male to describe laurel hubbard. She competed as the she is truly trans. Jesus road hubbard was competed as a man. Tell she he was thirty. Five years old then started to transition and qualified under the olympic committee rules. And even our ncaa rules because he mitigated his testosterone levels and had an operation got rid of the family jewels and they let laurel compete in the women's category. Okay age forty three. That's right and did not meddle. That's right forty-three very old for a weightlifter. I seem to remember at forty three a couple of times. Just pick took that age. And you know what's happening now. The international olympic committee went ahead and made these policies. And now they're saying oh wait a minute. We have to review this. Maybe we made a mistake. Maybe we make policy before we really thought about biology first fairness okay. Listen to the statement. No one is born with gender identity. I don't know about. Everyone is born baby and their gender is assigned to them by doctors now again. This is not anything against trans or denying that that happens. That things don't quite match up right but this attempt to make you know overturn the whole world and pretend that this is something that we just a penis. Well could be an indicator of anything. It seems that seems too big an ask and what we're finding out in the sporting community. If you look at track and field where they're trying to balance this out is that policies gone too fast ahead of research and fairness and opening it up so you can accommodate transgender athletes in the right place. For instance quinn. Who helped canada win soccer. The gold medal been born. a woman. Decided i don't identify as female identify as roma's gender. Non binary and please call me they but we're talking about what gives you strength. Speed endurance protect title nine. I mean this is the american. Medical association will advocate for the removal of sex as a legal designation on the public portion of the birth certificate. So again we. We see a penis or vagina. Who knows. there's an article this week in subject. Berry weiss upset katie herzog is an investigative reporter she. This is an unnamed professor. But this is what's going on. She is claiming. I don't see it refuted in medical school professor first of all. He apologized to the class for saying when a woman is pregnant. Which implies that only women can get pregnant. He apologized for that. I'm on your. I'm on your page right now. It's page by page is oh distinguish between gender identity and biology and that's why we want to protect title nine fifty years of law that absolutely condone separate sex competition. And that's why we did so well in the olympics. We wanna protect that law. What i think is so telling it again. I'm always on the page on this show about the democrats lose elections because they strike people is that party would know commonsense. You know apologizing when you say when a woman is pregnant strikes me as no commonsense. Here's the money shot for me. A student in the class said i still think is a small percentage of instructors were true believers of this kind of stuff. She's talking about but most of them are probably just scared of their students. I think that's so telling. The children are running the asylum everywhere. This is what he called anyway. Thank you for coming. May him swimming all right. Let's meet our panel all right. Here's a bestselling author rick career. Us counterterrorism intelligence officer and an msnbc contributor and a great patriot malcolm nance over here and he is the host of the daily podcast. The bun shapiro show in the bestselling author of the authoritarian moment. He's taking over all media. Ben shapiro is over here okay. Great to have you guys here. This could get to be quite a brawl. But no but. I just wanted to consider you both friends. So you know just loves off but it's been nice. I say pretty sure you've been here because this is the tougher wrong for you to play. But let's start with. Maybe you're infiltrated my audience. But i with tucker carlson in hungary right now kissing up to the dictator victor orbin. I thought it'd be great moment to talk about your book. The authoritarian moment which i must say. I'm not being here. When i saw the title i thought. Oh he's writing about trump. You're not your thesis. Is the authoritarian. Moment is coming from the left and i must say i don't when i read the book i don't disagree with a lot of what you're saying certainly have made that case myself. I might have been doing some of it just two minutes ago. I just wanted to know. Where's the other half of the book. It i mean yes i agree with. You woke twitter has power people who think they don't have power. They have power in a million different areas. It's just soft power. I just find it perverse that you find that less alarming than the old school kind of authoritarianism that trump and his ilk or going for. I mean ignoring elections. He's only not president because it didn't work not because he didn't try to pull it off and here's a new poll from business. Insider fifty five percent of republicans say the traditional american way of life is disappearing so fast we may have to use force to save it forty seven percent republicans say it may be time to take the law into our own hands. That's not more alarming to you. I mean clearly. That is warming to me. I think when it comes to you know republicans suggesting that it's time to take the law into our own hands. The answer is we do have a democracy in this country. We do have elections in this country. And the point of the book really is that vertebral. Donald trump's attempts to overturn the election. The institutions did not stand with him there. There's not a single major institution in american life that stood with donald trump when it comes to the riots every single major institution mobilized on behalf of black lives matter from corporate america to people like vice president kamala harris whose urging people to bail out rioters in minneapolis. The the question is not whether authoritarianism exists on all sides i think there are plenty of authoritarians on all sides. The question is where does the institutional power lie and if the answer is donald trump tweeting and and being jerk is the essence of authoritarianism. As opposed to say. Joe biden the president of the state. Saying this week that he doesn't care whether it's constitutional for the cdc to extend the eviction moratorium. He's going to do it anyway. I mean that seems but only one side of this is institutional in other words. What the power that comes from the left is all soft power. It's all from social pressure. It's like gossip gossip in a village. Gossiping villages is very powerful. Can get you killed but it is soft power and it can change. That's different than the guys who actually want to subvert the election steal the votes. He would still be there. You say the institutions held by a hair. What if a different guy was the secretary of state in georgia who he called up and asked to find me. Eleven thousand more votes helped me. It's a nice titled for his book. And i think a lot of people who would who would assume that he's talking about real. Authoritarianism could be trapped into giving you twenty eight ninety nine but for those who actually minute's pretty nice but let's talk about fairfax you're talking about a guy. Donald trump who literally tried to suborn who has probably suborned perjury in order to overthrow a duly elected government and manage to mobilize forty thousand people right to lay siege to the capital and breath or more entered the building destroyed. Parts of the building fought physically law enforcement there in order to stop american democracy. Now don't know about you. But i've been around a little bit. And i've seen some dictators and warlords authoritarians that is authoritarianism. You can't say some guys are writing on twitter and they made a shaun king sell his house. That's like you say it's just gossip right twitter. It's will not kill you a less. You use that social pressure in order to achieve an action on the street and believe i address that but i want you can answer this i thank you. I appreciate it A couple of quick things. One forty thousand people did not assault the capital okay. It's just factually inaccurate. Maybe a thousand people that is not making light of the evil of those people who all will end up rotting in prison as they should people came to. That rally were all of those. People often the capital marched on the capital. Then the lead. China cabinet inaccurate doesn't know yes inaccurate malcolm x. You're not mentioning them okay. Well let's just say some of them build around outside wait. This is very quick. Tell you why that's an important point. Because malcolm have a terrible habit of conflicting people who do actual violent activity with a broader rubric of everyone for voted for trump or seventy five million people and that really is ugly. I mean you've tweeted about me for example that i'm such a racist i shouldn't be allowed in washington. Dc that sounds rather authoritarian attitude to me. I've never called for you to be kicked off with msnbc. I've never called for anybody you not to buy your book. I've never called for anybody to censor you on twitter. I am talking in my book about the attitude that suggests that people who are outside the overton window should meet with not only a sort of a sort of social extra ostracization but they should meet with real world consequences that do affect their lives. Let me tell you something. Two years ago i was invited to auschwitz for the auschwitz foundation where they were holding conference. Call electra me on the holocaust or no tell you what the conference was called. Conference was called never again really now when i have. We're at the point where people were talking about the rise of authoritarianism and talk talk rec- around the world in wondering if they're going to have another bosnia they're gonna have another. Wanda are is a western states. Going to the point where they are embracing authoritarianism. Authoritarianism not book authoritarianism. That you right where people die then. We have to pay attention. But you know what they're not doing they're not saying mountain and said something bad about ben. Shapiro twitter that is not the reality of this on a two-day the predicate for the it gets these points but you brought up real world dictators. Carlson the leading voice on the leading conservative network in this country is embracing victor orban. If people don't know who. Victor urban is he is well v. dam which is the ordination assesses global democracy says hungary which is where he is. The dictator lapsed into autocracy in two thousand eighteen. They're not alone. This is widely seen as the truth. Victor or been elected he was elected. So was hitler three times. I believe right right okay. It's a different kind of autocracy that he is practicing. It's it's it's kind of dangerous and the fact that that tucker carlson embraces. This guy that the republican party gets this sort of dictator immunity that if a democrat kissed up to a dictator like that i mean if a democratic if democrat kissed up to dictator barack obama went and held hands with with fidel. Castro's brother at a baseball game if a democrat kissed up to a dictator like that iraq obama. You're right the flexibility to widener putin. Forget that a dictator. That was dangerous. Here's why it's really not. That might have some words now. Here's the offer. Offer the democrats that went to iraq new trying to stop the iraq war before. And you wanna you wanna ballpark figure of people who may have you know sort of mollycoddled in that point. But let's get like. I'm sure you you're about to make this point oregon used his democratic election to dismantle democracy direct. And that's how dictators get into work was democratically elected yes. I what i'm worried about. Is that this. Looks like a dry run for what tucker carlson would embrace him. It looks like a spanish civil war. For what. Hitler did later. If i may use that analogy the kind of dry run that we are seeing where they foment fear of what the and i would agree or the exaggerations of the cultural left to say. They're so dangerous that we cannot let them take over no matter what. Even if we have to get rid of democracy it's more important than having these leftist with their ideas that will change our culture completely from the root. It's more important and that seems to be the argument that they are making here in america. That's why you get these numbers of republicans who say we may have to take the law into our own hands. So this thing of tucker carlson. In hungary i think is a big deal. Okay well obviously. That would be morally wrong. I think there is always helmet when you pull republicans screw you to the pollsters. And so they sort of tell pollsters what they think. The pollsters don't want to hear but let's assume that all those poll results are accurate reflections of what people actually think i feel like i'm living in a bit of a parallel universe in the sense that right now the house. The senate and the presidency of the united states are all controlled by the democratic party. Is the democratic party. Large scale across the united states currently engaged in mask mandates vaccine mandates and lockdowns. So for all the talk about tucker carlson who again you mentioned is not a governmental figure or donald trump. Who's not been in office since january. Last i checked it seems that the great threat that people are experiencing right now is from the soft institutions right the institutions the facebook and the twitter the corporate world right all those institutions on a soft level on the governmental level. The people who are actually experiencing control top down from the government. The people at the top of the government right now are democrats. Let me give you an example of what i what you said. It doesn't get anybody killed. I think it does defunding. The police i think came from woke me and i think it will get people killed. Here's an example. The spectator says that the new york times refused to investigate. They call the biggest story of our time. they're talking about where the virus originated. Maybe it was in the wuhan lab because they suppressed efforts to probe the viruses origins for among reasons because they thought it was racist. See because everything is race. Come on at the new york times and so the paper of record is not reporting what i would expect the paper of record to report the accurate news that is an example of the power of wellness does have power so it's not just one sided. It's just not as well. Let's let's stipulate that all right. Let's just stipulate that from time to time on many occasions. The new york times sucks sitting in front of their head. Look they just call them. Cremona resign over four years. They never asked for trump to resign. He's way more documented problems with women. Then everybody time times is never called on trump to resign. I was just a clerical. Error was not big. You missed the paper. Can benji said there by saying the democrats. Run the house. The senate and the presidency. That's like that reminds me of the chief from the penguins right. That secret power goes. There's nothing to see boys. There's nothing to see. The last freaking four years saw the descent of the united states. If you almost cheer autocracy. I've been on this show where we talked about it with one of my books where russia was backing up russia. Back breath hold on austria. Big brush the government of serbia to who they're the entire western world with teetering on the edge of turning into an axis of autocrats and to say well liberals do things on twitter. And that makes you bad that you don't talk rec- son what autocracy does your destroys government. It's not talking to you but it is anti freedom. There is there is a there is a fill in this country but what you can say what you can do it. It's not a healthy. I've noticed when you talk about how the last four years we're on the verge autocracy. When when did you last book come out two years ago. Who is president. Donald trump where you thrown in jail. They're any threat to do. You know but you know. I was pulled off air from television for three weeks by express letter written from the trump white house to msnbc. To pull critics off of that. And i wasn't the director but trump is off a jump off facebook and twitter altogether. Yeah well you know what we live in now. What do you call it. A capitalist society and where private businesses can make determinations that their general counsel advises them to do in order for them not to lose market share. Donald trump was an anchor around. These corporations by espousing insurrection. Insurgency by same thing. You can get kicked out of a kroger's let me interrupt with little economic news. They had some really good economic news. I think they edit almost a million jobs in july. Well i mean we've just had horrible downturns so this is going to happen and it's good that it is. I hope it keeps doing it. And we know you know go fucking nuts about the new variant is always going to be a variant anyway. Companies are so desperate to get workers. They are giving out perks. It's so great. I think that workers now have a little leverage. Finally it's now. The companies were shifting into paying for okay so like some of these headlines hundred percent of college. Tuition target will give you in textbook. That's pretty good now. The one says like christmas jude. More companies are dangling bonuses so some of these perks are pretty amazing. Would you like to see some of them that company over at ober. We'll read your screenplay. Goodyear you can borrow the blimp to go to your high school reunion. That's pretty good hooters shifts now towards your degree at the university of arizona. I was always the case. They baskin robbins. Employees are allowed to take up to four hits of nitric oxide off the whip cream down that i used to do that. petsmart every sunday. You can take home a fish to grill. All right toys r. us now accepting sex offenders that really run warmer. You come to work dressed like the customers. I care you can live here and subway. We reversed our policy on employees touching. The bread with their penis go ride. Wow many toys my rule one too many go too far then then then you know you're done all right so let's get back into hard news. I hit it. We're having a good time and now we're gonna fight. I'm gonna make you fight. But it's okay but i gotta talk about the muzzle laws. These laws that are being introduced in a nerve states to talk about critical race theory now critical race theory. I must say to begin with I hadn't heard the term probably year ago. Now i hear it every day. I think americans are just starting to hear it and i think no one knows exactly what it is. They know what has something to do with race and some kind of a theory. How would you describe it. And then we'll ask. How would you describe. What is chris christie. I will admit that. I read a lot of critical race. Theory and law school. So you know the work of derek bell or john or genes defined one knows but you and six other people right so what matters is what is it. what is it practically. It's being taught in schools or some form of yes there's there's a certain sort of crystallized version of it. That is a lot less complex than critical race. Theory actually is but critical race theory essentially argues that racism is baked into all the systems of american society and that any sort of neutral system is in fact a guys for racial power and so the argument is made by derek bell for example that brown versus board of education is an argument. He made in nineteen ninety-one that brown versus board of education was actually a way for the white to leverage its own power wasn't an attempt to end segregation in public schools. Even things that are purportedly good in terms of race songs. They uphold these broader systems. Things like capitalism or things like the meritocracy. These things are actually just guises for power and so what that boils down to sort of practical terms is all disparity equals discrimination if you can see any stat or black people are under performing white people. This means the system was set up for the benefit of white people and white people have a duty to tear down these systems in order to alleviate the racism that's implicit in those systems when it comes to schools what this tends to boil down to is kids who are white have experienced privilege because the system was built for white people and we have to change the standard right now. Okay well so malcolm utah me your different. Oh i agree with everything he said. Oh great you being honest in defining of what. It's like to be black american right. That is i mean. We're talking about assists unfair. No i'm just saying. I agree with all of those positions because they are grounded in truth. Look when the funny thing is it's not just african-americans. Right it's also the scalp act of seventeen forty nine. Where for one hundred three hundred modern dollars you had to cut off the head or the hair of an indian to prove that you've got them out of the way so they could settle. That's a little bit of american history. That people should know about the chinese exclusion acts of the eighteen. Forty these are things to talk about. It's not. It's not true that people don't talk about these things we all do want. Them talked about to cancel malcolm. It is lying. Not only. Have i personally talked about many of the things that you just mentioned defined critical critical race theory by citing the actual authors critical race theory. And you seem to be pretty good beneficiary of the meritocracy because you have merit malcolm so you're going to criticize. The meritocracy is an outgrowth of white supremacy. Then you're going to have to tear down the system that you've succeeded in because you have merit merit when my great great grandfather ran away from slavery to join the one eleventh us colored troops and fut- against the south keeping human beings as slaves. He didn't think you what one hundred fifty years. My great great grandson is going to have to sit on stage in argue with a guy who thinks all that's bullshit right understand. Now is no controversies controversy. That's made up as people saying that. This is being taught in school. Kids should be treated fifth-largest school district in america clark county just decided that they were going to lower standards with regard to testing because they wanted to alleviate disparities and outcomes. That is an outgrowth of critical race. Theory can enjoy a straight line. Yes percents because when you say that the is an outgrowth of white supremacy and then you suggest that. I'm somehow denying that slavery took place or that. Your great-great-grandfather was a hero. Because i am saying that. I want people tested when they are in school to see if they are good at school. And it's just. But i think it's also a leap to say that he thought that was bullshit. Because that's not what it is. I mean we're talking about twenty twenty one. Are we talking about eighteen. Sixty one because the point is can we talk about eighteen. Sixty one in twenty twenty one can and who who's against talking about history. I understand that they want to you know in texas. They're talking about references ku klux klan. Talking about moving well. I mean come on taxes i mean how. Can you watch forrest gump without even knowing who nathan bedford forrest is right. I mean these are people who are historical figure shooting bad things. No one is actually saying we want to go back in a race everything and restart and talk to you about these things. Critical race theory is a subject because the republican right is made it as a no meal. School organizations are mandated for skills every democrat in america takes your perspective and they and they will be laughed at the polls roy. Teixeira just wrote piece. The the emerging democrat majority rocher share about what he called the fox news fallacy. A tendency of people on the left to believe that just because fox news mentioned something. It can't be real. The reality is a lot of the stuff is taught in schools viruses. Whereas what can i can i am now. I don't know what people are experiencing in their lives in their. Yeah okay you're right. There are states like from the old confederacy. Think who do want to airbrush history. That's not. I think the majority in this country if you ask me in critical race theory if you say does that mean teach history unvarnished. I would say yes. I'm totally for critical race. Theory if you say does it mean acknowledging that racism persists today. I would say yes. Teach that should we have remedial means. That's like affirmative action. There's lots of people who are against that. I'm still for that. I still think when you read this. And i have some of them here. blacks earned forty percent less Ninety percent less family wealth high poverty high schools seventy two percent black thirty one percent white live six years shorter half as likely to go to college eight times more incarcerated. These are real. Statistics is how do we. What do we do to address them. I what these are real statistics. You think we should address them. You think we should address them right. The question is what are we doing about it. Because if if critical race theory means making children in school fixate on race. I'm not for that if it makes if it's about collective guilt i didn't do anything to your great great grandfather. I don't wanna be responsible for that. If it's about you know a toxicity of just from being born white If it's about dividing everybody into oppressor and oppressive oppressed oppressor not for that. So there are things that are being taught and are going around that. I'm not for that. If that was arranged i wouldn't be for. I agree with you. And i don't think that's critical race theory but it's thing gets up here what's happened here as this. This terminology sorta like defend. The belise been hijacked and been framed around the left as that. They want to do all this. They want to rip down the entire social fabric of america and they want us to be guilty about every. I want you to teach history. I had a lot of people with a lot of people in the military senior officers who had to make life and death decisions who were total morons about the cultures and institutions countries. We were going into and people died because of. I don't need that here. If we agree that history should be taught. Why are you defending critical race. Theory which is not history. Just say a moment ago that i think that term has been hijacked. And that's not quite so. Let's say racing. I'm going to go back and repeat that. I didn't say that you literally pretty race theory by redefining it as just teaching history which is a cheap semantic creek. And you know it. 'cause it sucks i appreciate that. Were sleeping my bed made of money. I'm sure we have a dog. I'm sure i'm sure we have another adult subject of well. How about that. Andrew cuomo shares in trouble. I seems like he's been a little sleazy Your thoughts on well. How is he still there. What what does he think is going to happen. I mean why would you stay at this moment. It's been a whole week since the report came out. They're going to impeach him if he doesn't leave. Wouldn't you rather go on your own accord. Then it wouldn't you rather be you can't fire me. I quit then get impeached a week. No no i think. All the incentive structures are for staying at least. Take the ralph northern gab. More right i mean you leave you at least have to take the chance that maybe people will forget about it and move on or this is worse than ralph north. Yeah it was black face at a party in nineteen eighty. I'm black face in nineteen eighty nine or actually sexually harassing women in twenty twenty one and and who work under you know i. I go on public radio w. amc in albany and we have a round table with with with a great distinguished gentleman dr allen chart talk and he knows he knows cuomo very very well and the overwhelming consensus is. You had a chance to walk away from this with your dignity intact. You had a chance to say. I know the allegations are out there. There have been investigated. I maintain my position but for the good of the state of new york. I you know at andrew cuomo and going to eventually sit down from this letter might lieutenant governor takeover and maybe someday you'll name bridge after me right. No he is going full. Trump here is burning himself down. He may have an opportunity now. I'm imploring him to do it. Joe biden tells you go. it's time to. that's what i'm saying. it's time to go. He's not donald trump because donald trump is a city cockroach and nothing can kill him and this guy is not he should go. You ain't gonna bridge. I gotta go thank you very much. Everybody knows i asked to see a menu. Don't hand me. A cure code wanted to order through my phone. I wouldn't have come to a restaurant. Menus aren't safe enough to touch my table. I don't know if i should be putting your food in my mouth for those enjoying these new world's most expensive french fries made with chipper beck potatoes blanched in dom perry all triple fried in goose fat and top with shaved truffles and edible gold dust. Tell me what's more disappointing. The two hundred dollar price tag or when you go to eat one and a seagull steals it say were laughing at the big jokes. Comedy brings people together neural. If joe biden really want sixty six billion dollars for trains he should change amtrak's name to track force. Say he wants to build self stealth strange invisible to radar hobos or cows now signed the check. Mitch freedom isn't free neurologist to make human on conspiracy nuts even more confused. Hillary clinton how to try and take a bite out of dumb baby. They're all of going to instagram. To hear a o take apart marjorie taylor green and then to twitter to hear green answer back we should just combined all of a neutral reality show called the real house reps of dc all leading up to a tense moment of saying we need to be friends. We wanna make legislation and green yelling. I'm not here to make legislation. Finally new role. Joe biden us to admit that when he said about republicans with trump gone. You're going to see things change because these folks no better. They know this isn't what they're supposed to be doing. He was wrong and he asked to come to terms of why that was wrong. Which i'm going to explain to you tonight. I'm sure most of our viewers have had the same thought. I've had since january six. How can they do it. Republicans come on different policy positions. Okay sure even life philosophies fine list of priorities yes but this sticking with the lie that an impeccably run election was really stolen. What makes them do that. What is so great. It can make you the big patriot with the flag. Pin on your lapel. Sell out your country. Its most fundamental principle and the and the answer is the title the office the staff the good table all that attention and being the big cheese around the office. Congressman is literally the only job in the world you can get with so much prestige and so many perks while being a complete doofus with absolutely no skills knowledge or qualification. Name only almost any job dental hygienist rodeo clown dog walker mall santa chicken sexer tilt a world operator. They all demand some kind of definable skill set. Not congress can be in jail and get this job. You can deranged and get this job. If you have a heart attack. They just let your wife start doing the job. All you need a smile and a tie. I'd say you need a pulse but dead people have been elected to come much more much. More is required of an immigrant taking the citizenship test or the average voter than the person who represents seven hundred and fifty thousand voters in forty eight states. You can't vote if you're in prison but in every state you can run for congress from prison on remarkable people can get a remarkable life in congress and that's what keeps the average republican backbencher and fatso thrall sticking with trump. Guarantees them something. That's bigger than faith family country or objective. Reality they get to keep the best job they could ever get with absolutely nothing to recommend. They're lazy ignorant asked for it college degree. You don't even need a high school. Degree lauren. bogert didn't get one and she sits on the budget committee in congress. She could probably get a shift at a truck. Stop dusting jerky. But then she wouldn't have to paid for offices one in dc one in her district. She would never staffed answers the phone for her and kisses her assault day. No one would put her on. Tv and ask her opinions. She couldn't go on exotic paid for trips. Sorry i mean fact-finding missions congress job is just so much better than racking the weights at cross fit. Which is what marjorie taylor green did before. She said her crazy eyes on the prize. And once you've got the gig it's yours for life. The reelection rate in the house for incumbents in two thousand twenty was ninety five percent. that's better job. Security than a pedophile priest devil. Nunez i guess could mop-up puke at the sonic but it would take them all day. Would you hire this guy. But in congress puke mapra devin nunes is a big deal a man of respect when he walks in and asks for the best table you know what they say they say sir. This is a petsmart. cheesecake factory. Is next door last year. A video went viral of a walmart employee. Quitting her job over the pa. Fuck this company. This position fucked that big lazy bitch chris. I fucking quit. And here's texas representative. Chip roy telling congress to take this job and shove it this institution is a sham and we should adjourn and shut this place down. The difference is the walmart employees actually quit. I love this jack. We look at it one more time company from this position. Big lady bitch chris. Pipes i fucking quick shift roy. He'll never quit. Because there's no other jobs were more on gets paid to ride around in a limo shift gets paid one hundred seventy five grand year free medical great pension with half the year off plus a million and a half dollar a year allowance for decorating the office and sundries also lobbyists blow him and he gets to be on tv for doing nothing. Which as we all know is the american dream by doing nothing. I mean that literally once you get elected. You don't have to actually do anything. There's no year end performance review. Nobody calls you into an office. Says i don't think this is working out. You have essentially no boss. Well except the voters. That's the one thing he got to do to keep all these perks coming. If your district is full of people who think the election was rigged or vaccines have microchips in them or democrats. Eat babies you have to agree and then repeat it in congress and they do nancy mace a new house member. From south carolina the first woman to graduate from the citadel after january sixth. She was outraged and stood up to her party. Giving a dozen interviews in a single day. Condemning trump now. She won't even talk about it. She voted to oust liz. Cheney for making the exact same case she herself had made a lot of people in america thinks she's a patriot but she looks to me like a traitor for the corner office. She supported an insurrection for the likes. Oh and one more thing this. Chris price guy of the walmart he a fucking lazy bitch. All right that's our salvage legacy arena. September fifth at the temple hornbill veteran denver on september. Eleventh marins memorial and sutton murphy al california september twenty fifth. Thank you malcolm. You ben shapiro back. You've got david. Thank you only episodes of real time with bill maher every friday night at ten or watch anytime. Hbo on demand for more information log on hbo dot com.

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Trump's Taliban (feat. Malcolm Nance)

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Trump's Taliban (feat. Malcolm Nance)

"The hello and welcome to the daily beans for thursday august nineteenth. Twenty twenty one today. The fbi is now investigating the mesa county colorado leak of voter data supplied to the my pillow guy. A georgia board has launched an inquiry into fulton. County georgia election issues. There are now over ten thousand students in quarantine in that central florida school district. One of kushner's powles is indicted by the manhattan district attorney a surprising letter from the republican governor of utah and general milley says that military intelligence did not predict the rapid fall of kabul. I'm your host alisonville everybody. It's just me today. Dana is travelling. So it's just you just you just okay. That's enough of that. But to be fair. I will actually be talking with malcolm nance later in the hour. I also want to announce that andrew tour and i will be or me. Andrew tours enter tours and i will be recording a live episode of cleanup on aisle forty five that patrons of the show can attend. It will be monday. August thirtieth at five. pm in downtown. Washington dc are vaccinated. I'll forty-five patrons are welcome to attend that live taping taping and then we can all go out after and have a cocktail. We will send location details to our patrons on the cleanup on aisle forty-five patriot page. I will also be hosting a daily beans and muller she wrote made up in dc on sunday. August twenty ninth for lunch or brunch. And i'll send those details out to our patrons of this show. Shortly you can become a patron of cleanup on aisle forty five for as little as a buck and episode at patron dot com slash. I'll forty-five pod that's a s. l. e. four five he od and of the beans and muller she wrote at patriotair dot com slash. The daily beans. I look forward to seeing all of you in dc. We do have a lot of news to get to. So let's hit the hot notes. Hot notes all right lead story today and this is big news that the mainstream media is ignoring. Because they're too busy shitting on biden today but remember when mike lindell had his cyber symposium where he was going to show you a ton of data that proved voter fraud specifically in colorado. But he never showed that data that proved it though he did show some data he did show a bunch of data from mesa county colorado. That really meant nothing. But in the middle of that review ron watkins. that's a cunanan conspiracy theorist he his his little presentation. He was giving. He actually had to interrupt the review saying he got a call from his lawyer telling him to stop the review because the data was probably stolen. I tweeted to the fbi and the department of justice. Hey you guys take a look at this. I was six days ago. Well then. Fbi spokeswoman told cnn today that the f. b. i. denver field office has joined a colorado district attorney's investigation into the county clerk's office. And how voting machine loggins from the county while up in cunanan affiliated videos. The secretary of state's office is also conducting. Its own probe and last week ordered the replacement of election equipment in the county to the cost of the tax payers. The voting machine loggins were featured in an august third video posted on accua nonaffiliated telegram channel about twenty twenty election fraud claims and in a news conference last week. Griswald blamed peter for the leak. That's one of the teen. Peters saying the secretary of state's office could not establish a verifiable chain of custody for the machines and the peter's brought a non employee to a may twenty fifth trusted build meeting where they closely guarded. Voting machine log in credentials were visible to attendees griswold set. Her employees had been misled to believe the non employee in question wasn't employee. Griswald office said monday. The secretary of state would appoint a new person to oversee elections in mesa county. Dan rubenstein the mesa. County district attorney has previously confirmed to cnn. At the secretary of state's office contacted him last week saying they believed there were potential criminal matters. Which would be referred to my office. For prosecution. courtney bernal spokeswoman for the fbi field office in denver told cnn and a statement there working with the da's office on the forensic review and analysis county voting systems to determine if there was a potential federal criminal violation. Mike lindell. You might wanna think about selling your pillows to the bureau prisons that way you can make your own bed in lyon at and Also because no one else will buy them because they're and prison is supposed to be uncomfortable. So i think that's a good contract next up we see some of the gop voter suppression laws in action and the story should throw up all kinds of red flags. The georgia state election board appointed a bipartisan panel wednesday to investigate fulton counties elections management. That's a performance review sought by republicans. That could lead to a state. Takeover of the heavily democratic county fulton is the first county to undergo a performance review created by georgia's new voter suppression law passed by the states. Gop majority and the legislature after joe biden defeated. Donald trump fulton has a history of election problems with long lines and slow results and administrative errors but estate monitor last fall found no evidence of dishonesty or fraud. After the reviews completed state election board will have the power to replace. Fulton's election board with temporary superintendent. Who would have the authority. Over vote-counting polling places and staffing red flag red flag selection board members say they hope that performance review will compel fulton to fix problems with absentee ballot processing and vote counting procedures there on on the board voted unanimously. To approve the appointees to the panel. The performance review panel members are republican. Ricky kittle chairman of the tusa county election board. Qatada kittle is. I'm gonna call him from now on democrat stephen day. A member of the gwinnett county election board and ryan germany. A general counsel for republican secretary of state robbins burger fulton county commission. Chairman rob pitts said. The effort to scrutinize fallen is driven by the big lie. The election results were fraudulent. They were not three vote counts both by machine and by hand showed that biden defeated trump by about twelve thousand votes in georgia quote. This is a result of cynical ploy to undermine faith in our elections process and democracy itself it is a shameful partisan political ploy at it's worst that's pits said and in cova news. Remember yesterday when we told you about fifty six hundred kids were in quarantine in hillsborough county. Florida as of seven am. Today there are ten thousand three hundred eighty four students in quarantine across hillsborough county public school district. That's according to a spokesperson with the schools. That's four point. Eight percent of the student population. Additionally three hundred thirty eight staff members are now in quarantine making up about one point four percent of the staff. The corny numbers do not include those who are vaccinated. The school district wants. These numbers are not just school transmissions and that the students could be in quarantine due to transmission or exposure outside of school hillsborough. County said the total number positive cases or at least about seventeen hundred of that eleven hundred ninety seven students and four hundred ninety eight our staff. A total of twenty eight thousand. Seven hundred ninety. Two students have opted out of the mask policy. That's about fourteen and a half percent of the student population but a spokesperson for the school district tells c. n. n. That number has dwindled in the past few days. Thank god ron to santa setting up regeneration clinic semi right and for the latest in. What's going on on the ground in afghanistan. i'll be speaking with malcolm nance in a bit but journal mark milley addressed the intelligence concerns. We all had today. During remarks to the press he said that the us military's intelligence did not indicate that afghanistan would fall as quickly as it did to the taliban. Milley's comments come as intelligence communities have pushed back on claims that the afghan collapse was surprised. Several weeks have actually started that intelligence agencies provided substantial information regarding afghanistan's potential quote the timeframe of potential collapse was widely estimated. It ranged from weeks to months even years following our departure. That's what milley said. During the briefing quote there was nothing that i or anyone else saw that indicated a collapse of this army and the government in eleven days milly also pledged to evacuate afghans who have supported the us military quote. We intend to evacuate those who have been supporting us for years. And we're not going to leave them behind and we will get as many out as possible his assessment by the way lines up perfectly with what malcolm explains to me in our interview later in the show and in what he considered to be the likely scenario so stick around for that interview which by the way we recorded before milly gave his remarks and a bright spot in the story of the refugees from afghanistan governor of utah. Governor cox issued a letter yesterday to to joe biden and it reads in part. I am deeply saddened by the human tragedy currently unfolding in afghanistan. I recognize you. Plays no direct role in shaping. Us diplomatic or military policy. But we have a long history of welcoming refugees from around the world and helping them restart their lives in a new country. Our state was settled by refugees fleeing from religious persecution. One hundred seventy years ago. Their descendants deeb understanding of the danger and pain caused by forced migration and an appreciation for the wonderful contributions of refugees in our communities. Please advise us in the coming days and weeks with how we can assist. I did double check and triple check. That's a republican republican governor. Utah cox all right time for little shot android all right. I'm not gonna give too much away here. Because i'm going to be covering this in-depth on this weekend's fantasy indictment league on the muller. She wrote podcast but ken curson a close friend of kushner. Who was pardoned by trump. By the way curson was pardoned by trump was charged in state criminal court in manhattan on wednesday with eavesdropping and computer. Trespassing both felonies. Prosecutors accused mister curse of using spyware to breach his wife's computer in twenty fifteen. As the couple's marriage fell apart. Each crime is punishable by up to four years in prison. Siobhan said we will not accept presidential pardons as get out of jail free card for the well connected in new york as a personal victim of this exact crime. I have a lot more to say about it. And i'll talk about it this sunday. On miller she wrote. You can get more. She wrote wherever you get your podcasts. And we'll be right back with former navy until crypto jeddah and new york times bestselling author malcolm nance. Stay here am hey everybody. It's alison for the daily beans and today's episode is brought to you by boll and branch. 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Your credits are too many to list in a reasonable introduction but yes credited. Chad i night from hammill himself. I will say now. I been wanting to talk to all week because of what we're seeing on the ground in afghanistan who lot of armchair general ling on social media these days. I only speak from my personal experience working with veterans. Ifo f- veterans over the last twelve years. And then of course you know what The information that i get from experts that i know and then if i have an opinion about something. I'm clear that this is my opinion about something. My opinion is the right thing to withdraw. Though a lot of people are concerned. And i think rightly so about the method to which this went down namely executing the agreement made by trump in doha with the taliban leaving out the afghan government. But me myself. I'm more upset at the afghan government betraying us taking our training and our time in our blood and our money and fleeing with bags of money on a plane before any of this went down. And i'm sure it's like almost like a chicken egg situation. What is your analysis of what we saw initially and how this is playing out well first off. There are several factors that you have to to bring into play before you can say. What did we see because you had to have been seeing over a period of time to recognize what was going on out first thing that we really need to talk about is the fact that the trump administration had cut a secret deal with the taliban. Were they were negotiating for years with the taliban directly at doha qatar and left out the government of afghanistan until february twenty twenty. We should cancel that deal in january. Twenty twenty so once. That deal was done then. We bought in the government of afghanistan. Sort of like somebody. Who's you know like you wake up and you find that your child has sold your house and had been secretly talking to a realtor. I you know for for months and months and then you come in and it's like okay. Sinus apor so that being said when these negotiations came out that they were direct with the afghan. People are very politically sophisticated. And you'll find that is almost universal. Throughout a middle east. North african south asia average person on the street understands the byzantine labyrinthine way that politics is done in that part of the world. we do. Not which is why. The trump administration deal essentially said that the taliban to take afghanistan The exchange was for there to be no attacks in the run up to the two thousand twenty election noattacks on us forces And that and the taliban's stuck to their deal. There was when they bought the government of afghanistan negotiations in february twenty twenty. There was supposed to be some powersharing agreement but the taleban had already negotiated the deal and based on their reading of it zeh. We're going to take power and afghanistan and so the you know you know. The government of afghanistan You know no matter who the leadership were. They were secondary to that entire plants which meant that. The united states was not going to give support to afghan forces fast forward to december twenty twenty right after the election. Donald trump is challenging the election. that's when donald trump started throwing bugaboo. San there was a secret plan that we now know because a couple of books have been written Particularly the one by The washington post reporters That they found out trump water ba- joint chiefs of staff to remove every us soldier from afghanistan by january first and the joint chiefs only can convince them that this was a bad idea. Because we're going to leave billions of dollars equipment. They said we can get on the air flights but all of our ammunition would have to be left most of our heavy equipment. What have be left and the government that would all fall to the you know to the taliban almost immediately and if it wasn't for the fact that he is a greedy you know. Sob we would've been gone in january and the taliban would have walked in. And i see a lot of right-wingers and this is where your armchair generals saying well that was winter and the taliban or in the mountains and they couldn't have come you know they wouldn't have been able to make offensive to take those cities. This is ludicrous. I mean you know these guys have cars you could and i'm almost certain that when the town of jalalabad fell last week which was last wednesday or so i. That's where i operated very early on in the war. I was in the jalalabad tora. Bora area in the post tora. Bora combat operations to do an intelligence assessment of al qaeda operations. And it's only two hours three hours in the car from jalala. You take a taxi. The taliban could've taken a taxi and benefit the outskirts of kabul. Right the minute. They saw that. They took over the eastern province. And same thing with dr. Kinda heart is a hard eight to ten hours driving. If you're taking the jingly bus right but the taliban has pickups so it doesn't matter as each one of these started in the northern provinces and i think that's because the taliban understood that the central government had already sold out those presidential governors. They had already for the last. We understand from now new reporting the last year and a half has been nothing but a taliban making secret deals with the tribal leaders about them coming and taking over their provinces and they promised a lot of things they wouldn't take children their families. You know that it would be. It would be bringing law in order and the end of corruption backed afghanistan. The poppy harvest would be eliminated again. Which was things that people liked about. It's all about dot rid of alcohols. They got rid of opium and they allow people to live as pretty average. Good muslims on a day to day basis according to the islamic values that pay hat so that deal was cut and what happened was and i'm wondering whether it was one of two six. I'm not sure how centralized the collapse of the army was. I really think it was You know You know that Ashraf ghani and his forces and his commanders. All of whom by the way not just commanders. This politicians political class while stuffing their airplanes and executive jets tash and laying out a three hour flight plan to abu dhabi. Were telling your commanders to turn over to the taliban. There's a good piece of video that i've seen a afghan amando talking to his unit commander and he's shouting at him. Referred to the taliban is fun jobs because they come from pakistan. Right the punch you know. They come from the north west frontier province but pakistan to them. Is the job right. The and he's shouting. He's don't make me give my jabbie. Don't make me surrender to the judge. You know i mean it was utterly amazing and so the taleban did not actually come by combat arms. Didn't come with and thousand men. In some instances there underground terror cells were called on phone and said hey go to. The provincial governor's office and take control of the province so these ten guys jump onto their motor scooters literally to knowing time with their eight hundred forty seventh and pull out their taleban flags and drive to the provincial governor's office and boom kunduz false and the entire system was rigged to turnover so we didn't see a collapse army. We saw the surrender of the armed forces and a transaction of the am in n. a to the taliban forces at washington post article that out you know has said that there were some rural payoffs but it seems that the orders were coming from above social government. Yeah and and i saw an afghan woman in the pressroom. I think it was. What the pentagon where we're barbara lee was and she. She was in tears and she said. Tell me what happened to ghani. Why did it. My president betray me. Why did they lay down arms. And and the mainstream media's focusing on the people who are are saying that america betrayed the afghan people but a lot of the afghans. I particularly women are upset with why ghani betrayed them and fled and my main question and urine intel expert. A cyber expert. Why how come the binded. Now we know about the sabotage right the gsa. Emily didn't sign over on the transition and mitch. Mcconnell was slow rolling appointees by filibustering the power sharing agreement in the senate so we couldn't get our people of real hanes. Oh dna for example in position. Cia guy wasn't until march or april or may or something like that so why didn't biden. Could biden seem genuinely surprised that the afghan government surrendered. What how did he not know. He should been surprised. But you know things outright have ghanistan away. That sort of defy. Us intelligence a lot of things like this without where. The taliban meeting with the with the provincial governors that kind of intelligence would seem relatively normal right That provincial governors receiving promises from the taliban that would seem relatively normal. But these are the sorts of things that okay. I worked an essay in signals intelligence on very sensitive to you know phone calls and things like that. If you're not there collection is not very focused right if all of your collection is focused on taliban leadership between doha and quetta pakistan for example. I'm this is hypothetical. I've never copy best stuff so i don't know but he must exist right. It must so if all of that is focused there then when you get this phone call you know. Let me put the center. Historical perspective the morning of december seven nineteen forty one the evening and afternoon of december. Sixth in the in washington. Dc and during that time up twenty g mike predecessor in the navy the cryptologic element of the navy was intercepting. The communications of the japanese diplomats in washington dc but then extensively long letter essentially breaking relations with the united states. But i you got to intercept right. We had then you have to decrypt it you have to break the japanese towed redid bet. Then you have to translate it. From kanji. Japanese into english we have that. Then you gotta put it into a currier bag back might do. My dad did this. My dad did this. In vietnam monkey mountain and accepted russian messages. Decrypted them translated them. Recruited them sent him to clark air force base in the philippines. We didn't have the carrier bags. I think at that point we could actually send it really wire but yeah this is a process and trump only left us twenty five hundred troops from the region. Officially i don't know what you're talking about but that's cryptology say to each other i don't know. Qb lamar whatever. So but my point is is that in the old days. That's how that was done. That was done on. The evening of the sits and pearl harbor still happen. We had breaking relations physically in our hands. Knowing that their orders in pro harbor were. Destroy all your crypto burn. All your gear did out of doubt. That is a warm message. We still miss that having it almost in real time. So here's how went. And i know i'm projecting i do not know this. 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Nance cyber expert four-time bestselling new york times author. And i mean jedi right official. John official journal. What happened you. Were about to tell us what went down. Here's how it happened. And here's why. Joe biden was so surprise so some poor slob at the national security operations center at the national security agency is pulling amid watch right his standing watch at midnight in and sock which is what used to be called the national second operation center and some guy who was working the high value communications which may or may not include ashraf. Ghani gets a flight. Panfil for gatti's personal aircraft. The abu dhabi now city of couple is has people coming up to it. Intelligence is saying the taliban is moving on kabul right and then the guy who is actually finding this piece of traffic since utterly seat and he goes. Oh that's not good okay. And then he goes over to you. Know to watch officer and he goes. Hey i'm getting indications that the government of afghanistan is showing up an executive jet and is pulling money out of the central bank and is probably gonna head up dubai or doha. Right watch officers are what then he puts out some tasking that tasking goes out to the people. Who are doing this stuff again. I don't know whether this is true or not but it likely happened and then suddenly somebody goes. I have gone is wheels up up en route. I'll come a little message. Get slash to the white house and the national security council staff. The national security council staff reads it goes wholly right runs into the national security advisers office and goes ostra. Ghani is bolting all right and goes. What do you mean. I was just talking to that guy twenty minutes ago. He's in his office well. He's an executive aircraft. Abu dhabi no return flight bath. He didn't even file back right. He's gone he's just flying through our airspace. And i got what i gotta go. Tell the president he goes to. The chief of staff tells the cheapest avenues what i was just talking to us. Rob godley goes into joe biden. Goes mr president. You are not going to like this. That's how it's done in that part of the world. They know we monitor their phones. They know we have spies. They know they're senior management with them will start running to the americans so they do things quiet right. They have their personal bodyguards. Their guitar You know the little guy. You know their limousine driver and everybody get all their stuff and their kids are already gone. And then they make their bolts. And that's likely what happens. You know again. Our intelligence is only as good as the tip off so we can get. And i'm sure it's you to see what wheels up right. You probably had special operations command knowing you know. Hey our combat you just saw off. And he's like okay now. I get to verified reports right and then we go janis driver. Alright just talk to the taliban ashraf ghani left. This is a hypothetical but no matter what level of between of command these things happen and the taliban were aware that they were going to happen because a year and a half ago. Donald trump gave afghanistan the taliban and all they had to do is get never trucks driving through the city. So then why. Not sit down at the oval put out a message to the american people saying we just got intelligence that their wheels up the afghan government is abandoning kabul. And we have to go in with Troops to secure the airport and get everybody out like why. Not put that out ahead while we did that. We were already in the process of doing. You know. I've been tips three days about maybe four days ago That we were about to execute. What's called a neo. Ennio noncombatant evacuation operation. I've taken part three major niaz Including albania i supported from afar. The neo in rwanda during operation turquoise you know in noncombatant evacuation in liberia. And you know normally you have time to sell your marines down there right and start getting your you know marine expeditionary unit off of the ships into helicopters helicopters as this thing was unfolding the seventy two hour warning orders. You know look. The taleban is not playing by our schedule. The taliban is playing by how fast they can get six guys with. Ak47 pickup truck and drive from canada. Har- linkup with their cells in secret bomb cells in kabul all of them take out their taliban flags gift rifles who go out to the presidential palace. That's eight hours. So that's why in knowing the army will not interfere with you right. So that's it. That's how the country fell. This is not the fall of vietnam. Okay this is that harrison or not simultaneously trying to lead the country right where we've sale in. Here's where there was meal failure and by has caught to this right The speed in which. The government of afghanistan turned over the house in keys to the taliban right was faster than the swat team could arrive right to rescue the hostages. So now we're in hostage. Negotiation swat teams there. Were pulling people out one at a time. And you're just living by the belief of the hostage-taker so the taliban understand they want to be part of the world You know the the the real operating islamic world this time. So they know. They don't have enough manpower in kabul they don't they're literally spooling up every guy from from pakistan and and you know the mountains and trying to get them out there the men but we're going to have on the ground in the next twenty four hours five thousand combat troops. We could retake the city of kabul but it will cost us a few dozen american servicemembers airport. We'll get rocketed. Mortared non stop and it might even cost one hundred service members but we can take that city back. We could take that city back right now take bog base fat. We messed up as that is that this should happen planned. You don't plan for the best chase you always plan for the worst is. I've done some insane planning. And i've always found that it was always the guys were on the ground the longest. We thought that these regions were under their direct knowledge in control who did not understand the culture. They did not understand the language and they absolutely refuse to believe anything other what they're allied partners at old. Well you know what i got a. Here's something that will blow the minds of some of your right-wing extremists who will listen to this box Because you know according to them. I'm a complete total soul in valor. Gyn i didn't earn any of the thirty six medals or ribbons. And but in fact i got i wear in air force achievement bell and i got this air force achievement medal while teaching at a training school in west. Texas joint service cryptologic intelligence. But while i was there. I constantly kept up with the weed. Files in our skiff. Right are sensitive compartment facility. And i was constantly watching day to day activities in the middle east so i could see what was going on and then sewed seem all these crazy. Movements of iraqi army units to the border of kuwait and iraq was swearing to god at all an exercise. The people in the theater were saying the iraqi's are conducting an extra sauce. The people inside the american embassy who were taken hostage whom i would actually have a privilege to work under an ex special forces colonel. Who was the defense at dash eight. Who was a hostage. Later they were being fad and led to believe by some of the best analysts in the united states that iraqis were conducting an exercise in my little school in west texas. I saw the same database. All right. But i also saw the iraqis open up a million metric tons of live ammunition and ship it from every weapons depot in iraq to the kuwaiti bore Okay now this is what we call in unambiguous intelligence indicator right. Yeah aclu yeah you don't break. Open the weapons locker for a certain size of all law routes so that to me was a definitive piece of information but the people in the fear swore on their lives. Nothing was sometimes. It just takes an outside. And i'm certain that there there's some mid level officer at the cia or central command. Who's doing what did i tell you arrive. 'cause they're always is there only is no. Yeah well go get us more often but then but then you prepare for the worst case scenario fair for the worst case scenario and we didn't do the exercise maybe they are going to invade their country next door. Maybe he's just going to go. Have high tea enriched palace and dubai right but if you take a hundred nine million dollars in bash. That's the definitive piece of intelligence that he's not coming back. Yeah that you know and and those are the same question maybe the taliban is or maybe the afghan army will fight. Maybe they can hold kabua for another thirty or sixty days. Perhaps that's the case. But what if you know. And and i i don't think that they they ran those. What if i don't know how much how much difference it it would have made because now the mission is to get everybody out. Secure the airport. Get everybody out. And i think that a lot of how the media has been just spinning this the wrong way. I think a lot of what the media season what. Americans will see most americans that i think the last poll. I was like ninety. Two percents of americans support biden's decision to get out despite what's happening on the ground in afghanistan. I think how we handle this any. Oh is going to determine how people feel about this and i. The media were on the side of reality as opposed to sensationalism. I'm you know. And i've posited that you know for under trump. It was a fucking happy day for the media. They had scandal after scandal after scandal after scandal. They could show you twenty four seven wall to wall on the news. And now you know we're back in tan suit mustard times and so i mean when trump drafted this agreement handing everything over to the taliban leaving afghanistan. Out of it. Much kushner left the palestine's out of his israeli peace agreement. That wasn't three or four days of wall to wall news about just handing everything over to the taliban we saw blips like. Oh my god. He invited the taliban to camp david on the nine eleven anniversary and then it was out of the news in lake ten seconds. Why that didn't get the coverage was because they had wall-to-wall shit wall-to-wall should show a report on. They don't have that anymore. And i think people are losing money but you know another thing is is that you know these these analogies to vietnam or just insane. I mean i fifteen when saigon fell. Okay i'm sixty years old. I know ninety percent of the journalists who are covering this are under the age of forty. But let's let's be generous. There are under the age of forty. Fives median age might be thirty nine. They weren't even born. You know and they show this image this back to back image of people coming out off the rooftop in saigon next to a picture of a helicopter leaving the embassy was not even on the roofs. It was landing in beyond. Wait a minute you want that same. You're trying to get the same shot. Two million people in vietnam simultaneously fled the country. Here's some things that people don't remember. There were people who live in the united states now who were referred to at that time as the boat people and the boat people were vietnamese citizens every person in that country who had access to a rowboat. Little lake skiffs sy- shing boats military vessels took to the ocean. Eight hundred thousand vietnamese alone went by sea into the ocean and had to be rescued by freighters by warships. Four not mutts year after the fall of vietnam. The boat people came out and they were all brought to the united states as refugees. You know emigrant. We flew out thousands of babies and orphans from vietnam and operation. Baby lift because these were the legitimate babies of us servicemembers who had sex with vietnamese and they had tapped like children and they abandon them there and out of the goodness of our heart like you know there were charities in the united states chartered dozens upon dozens of their own flights fly into vietnam and fly out all those babies us. Air force lost a c. Five with children on it that killed one hundred seventy six babies soon and staff in a crash coming out of tencent airbase that the vietnam was in order ward so donald finally was the guy who addressed it yesterday. Because i said enough. I put out a tweet on monday. I said you know what you're talking about. This is not vietnam vietnam. You didn't wait. Got one morning and find that the north vietnamese or viet cong right. The million were in the city simply because the entire south vietnamese army became the army of north vietnam. That's what happened in afghanistan. The afghan national police and the afghan national army disappeared or flipped and became tala. Which by the way is why. They're driving our humvees and r. m. wraps around with such ease because the guys were trained to drive them are all afghan national army guys. Who went over to the taliban yeah. The united states didn't give that equipment to to the taliban the afghan fighting. Send them to train school to drive at either all right. Well thank you so much for for putting a little bit of clarity out there. I appreciate your time. I know you're working on a lot of stuff. Tell people tell people what your projects are where they can find you where they can follow you for for this kind of information. Well you can follow me on twitter at at malcolm nassar's alcoa l. m. and a. n. c. e. If you'll follow me by now following. I mean we've got a bunch of losers out there. Like ben shapiro two million. I'm almost breaking a million followers out there but it's just surprising to me how many people will listen to me on television on. Msnbc or stephanie. Miller radio or something like that and don't follow me. It's really strange. You really want to follow at a time like this. Because i know what i'm talking about. I've been in the field afghan- afghanistan and you know. I know where the jokes were laid on this particular story. But there's a back story that goes all the way back to gingas kahn about afghanistan. They don't call it. Empire the graveyard. The empires no reason and right now. I'm working on a book about coming trump insurgency in that will have to remain a secret. Dull it's announced all right glummer on that. Thank you so much malcolm nance i appreciate your time. It's my pleasure everybody stick around. We'll be right back with the good news. Hello everyone it's ag. Alison gill from the daily beans in. This portion of the show is brought to you by scrubbed. 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Your show daily either first thing in the morning or while grocery shopping awesome. I'm sure people. Give me weird looks as i snort and cackle up and down the aisles of costco. But i don't care i have a small correction. I adore gilda radner. But i don't think it was she who played scarlett o'hara wearing the whole curtain. You're right oh my god. Before i even read on. I'm not even looking. It was carol burnett. Wasn't it okay. To continue to verify is the web confining reference to it as soon as it was mentioned though the first image of came to mind was carol burnett so discover that your costume is at the national museum of american history. Thanks for all you do. You're right it was carol burnett. I'm so sorry. I see i just mess up the simple things so i appreciate you sending in these corrections. Anything i mess up. Please feel free to correct me. Next up from richard pronouns. He and him. You're mentioning primis during the rachel. Vitamin interview made me smile. You gotta love a band that releases. The brown album Yes absolutely richard. Although i do prefer sailing the seas of cheese but Yeah that's how primus got their start. They opened up for metallica. I was there. Everybody was challenging. Prime sucks primis sucks. Because everybody wanted to see metallica. And eventually primus sort of i know accepted that as their Their catchphrase primus socks had a shirt that said it was great next up from mo- pronouns she and her just listening to pulling john bolton when i discovered a brand new misheard lyric for me i always heard hold on lucy for hold on loosely. Even deejays didn't clue me in and for things kids say one christmas. My daughter kept asking me to tell the. Ups joke it took me a while to figure out. She meant pms somewhat sacrilegious. Pms was mentioned in the bible. That's the joke. It says mary road joseph's asked all the way to egypt till the ups joke. That's awesome next up from amy pronouns. She and her dear. My beanie babies. I'm sorry that's awful. But i'm leaving it longtime listener. Since the kitchen days. Amy things were helping us. Laugh during these crap tastic times. It's therapeutic unnecessary. I have a bone to pick with you on your segment about florida's kovic shit show though while give props for calling out the corruption between two santa's in the regeneration dude. I was really disappointed about how you framed the treatment. I completely agree that to santa's evil. He pushed back on masking vaccines and wrist. Millions of lives so he and his pharma buddies could line their pockets. The treatment itself however is extremely effective at preventing serious illness and hospitalization and covert patients when administered before the patient has to go to the hospital. And it's free to all americans just like the vaccine so props for calling out corruption. But please don't compare this lifesaving. Monoclonal antibody treatment two hydroxy chlorof- crap. We need to make sure as many humans as possible. Get the vaccine and also encourage humans who catch cova to get this treatment a sap. It's another tool to flatten the curve by keeping folks out of the hospital. I don't want people dying. Just because if you assholes are being plagued profiteers keep speaking truth to power and weaponized humor against fascism. You're doing important work and the world is a better place because of you in the community built. Yes i agree. I think what dan was saying when she was comparing this to the hydroxy chloroquine fiasco isn't that one was effective in one wasn't but more along the lines of the corruption of it and lining their pockets. But very very good point. We should make that clarification for pet tax. She says and what the mutt. I present the following obsidian my awesome kitty. Who rescued me. Eleven years ago. He's the best master. A crazy cat lady could ask for. I'm going to switch up my. What the mutt submission though. It's pretty obvious. This little dude as a toy poodle but can you guess his name. Oh what's the matz name. We have a new game. My neighbor was walking him in as soon as she told me his name. I asked if i could send a pic of him because it was too awesome not to answer below. I told his human about the daily being so hopefully have a new listener to thanks for being awesome sending lots of love and hugs looking guinea. This the kitty sitting on a paper plate. Oh my goodness dude. I think this is a he He looks like he has a man face. But what an adorable boy. Okay the name of this dog. Let's see let me open up. This photo so i can get a better. Look here okay. Toy poodle what is the dog's name Gosh could be anything. Let me see if there's any clues here in the in the wind up. It's pretty obvious as a toy poodle. Can you guess his name. As soon as she told me his name. I asked if i send a pic of him because it was too awesome. Not to gosh I you know what i give up. Let's see let's see what his name is being all right. I should've i should've guessed. Yeah i'm not on top of my game today. Next up from paul and him. Hello alison dana and amy. This week we welcome to new member to our family. Our niece sydney moved in with my wife and me july in preparation to attend the school of the art institute in chicago. Awesome school little. Did we know she would soon be joined by a friend. We lost our beloved gracie of beautiful maine. Coon cat a few weeks ago to illness. We were shockingly down to only one cat. At our high point we had six. Sydney had also lost her cat smudge back in june. So we all agreed. It was time for a new member of household on thursday. We took a trip to the local shelter and after meeting. Several adorable kitties we bundled up luigi and brought him home to his new home as pat tax including pictures of gracie. We miss you luigi and luigi meeting. His older sister l. louise nose to nose. Luckily through a screen there's been a little hissing l. Louise is not impressed with louise. Youthful exuberance and energy but his tolerating him also. I have a place named to share in july. We rented a house in chena lakes in northern illinois. On lake pass tacky we had been pronouncing it piss tacky until we ran into a local. Who asked where we were staying with much disdain. He corrected us and let us know. The correct pronunciation is the stack pistachio with a extra nasal early midwestern. Long a in opa pistachios. Oh gotcha in the middle syllable. Thanks for all you do day in day out. It's really important. I can tell how important is by how much i miss it. If one of you has gone for a day or two. I'm sorry. I'm doing this by myself on your big news. Read here paul. But let's look at these photos off louici. Only gosh luigi okay. we do. Looks like bruce willis. he's a little bit of a. He's he's a tuxedo. I love the little black spot on his chin. This is adorable. And he's got a little black spot on his pete to on his little front foot so cute and louise's is beautiful all right next up from caroline pronouns. She and her. Hello ladies beluga manati for shit. My kid says i have a very sweet one. It's one of my favorite memories of my now. Nine year old. My grandfather passed in two thousand fourteen. I traveled to texas with my then two year old in tow. We attended the family and close friends service together. Sitting near the back my son eagerly crawled over the chairs unaware of what was going on. But then i started to cry. Are you sad. He asked in a very big voice. I shook him about ten seconds later. Are you sad. Another shush then again. Are you sad. I finally whispered yes. My little guy crawled up into my lap and said also in his outside voice. Okay i give you love then for kid tax kickbacks posting a photo the little guy from about that era as well as a photo of him hiking over spring break in sedona this year. I love sedona. Oh what a cutie Yes at down by oak creek. That is so awesome. I absolutely less sedona. I try to go as often as possible. Of course we haven't been able to go too much since lockdown might did go briefly when we were. Let up outta lockdown for for a minute here over the summer. I absolutely love that place. It's so beautiful. And what an awesome kid. I will give you love okay. That's just too adorable. I wish dana were here to see all these photos. And talk about this with me and meet being and obsidian and all of your pets and of course to be corrected on the gilda radner v. carol burnett. And you're right. As i was saying i couldn't picture gilda radner in the outfit either but Thanks for sending in your good news. I really appreciate it again. If you have anything you want to send you can do it. A daily beans pod dot com and click on contact. and i will be in dc. 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These products are not for sale to persons under the age of eighteen sunday. Scary dot com type. Insects liberal blue. Oh my god look. We wrote into happy hours. Jody hamilton happens to be here today. Were recording happy hour. Because i'm wearing my all. I want to drink wine and pet great periods t shirt. I don't drink whining. More joni striking for two of us for two now. Yes at nine o'clock and i'm a pedigree and perry's yes now's i can't sleep okay. Now he's can't leave. Listen and this was a week. Right was a tennis ball machine of firehoses. I mean a fire hose. Ten and a lot of books. It's a lot of fighting. Okay yeah i was particularly you know panicky this weekend so i needed to get me glen kirschner and also malcolm nominated scares the fuck out of me and then you technically glenn kirschner put the fuck back in. What's whoa what does that mean. What convinces me. Justice is coming from nance scares the living shit out of everybody right and then the gun. Kirschner comes along and says they're they're beautiful. It's going to be okay. Justices coming to his own way in his own way. Yes right exactly. He does those beautiful eyes over those blue. Anyway my point is they're both handsome romantic funk samantha's but they are there have. What's the term fierce urgency of now apps you were saying i don't think people are at enough i just all the revelations we heard this week. We can't just go like oh okay. Well that's normal for trump. None of this is normal. No no what was that voice now. What's that sound. You make on drinking tab right. And as and he said something about maggie haberman. And i read that article and it just angered me so so. I was halfway through drinking and a bit taboo over my microphone. Because it's an expensive microphone. That's going to be good sound. You make during all three. Are you gonna read all three of these books. And i go. I want the cliff notes. Version yeah exactly exhausting. It's exhausting us. His presidency It's a can't. I need here. Take glenn kushner and malcolm nance up your snoop. You're welcome adding up here. Hi good morning malcolm nance from an undisclosed location somewhere. I can't see you undisclosed location behind enemy lines. Oh how very titillating. So good morning sir. So mort as. Chris always tells me i know that they just do this to own the libs but tucker carlson last night. said the texas democratic lawmakers who fled the state to deny the legislature to quorum necessary to vote on an election built. We're actually committing an act of insurrection. Me began by slamming. Joe biden for saying in a speech earlier that they republican legislatures effort to make it more difficult to vote as the biggest crisis of democracy since the civil war which it is and he said. Sound overheated to you even allowing for the dementia. It was a stunningly irresponsible. Thing for an american leader sale loud dangerous even so joe biden saying it is dangerous and it is an insurrection to leave prevent vote not not beating capital police officer to death when an american flag. Your thoughts sir. I mean was it a insurrection. When ted cruz took his baggage and tried to fly cancun. I mean they're they're if we're gonna be redefining words here dereliction of duty. Thank you a white castle or defector or you know. I mean there's there's nothing to be said good about tucker carlson. Let's just put this on the table. I actually had a a person who is in paris. Send a photograph with f tucker on the wall and believe me. I'm going to send that to you. So you can put up on your website Big because no one any tucker's in the world right So that being said this man is the supreme propagandist of the insurrectionists. Now and in the book that i'm going to be having come out soon enough On the which. I predicted the entirety of the insurrection and a mo a generational long insurgency starting with a political insurgency. We are right now. It requires propaganda like this to carry out the strategy. I call d. a. r. s. and that is deny attack revenge and fear and right now they are in the deny phase of republican strategy to re invent everything. That's happened in the last year. They are trying to deny that. Donald trump lost the election. They're denying joe. Biden is president of the united states. And now they're trying to save that. There never was an insurrection. In the capital i. I watched that new york times video the other day which went step by step. That was an extremely violent. Forty thousand people descending on the capital several thousand penetrating the building engaged in furious hand to hand combat and. That's what your mike phenomenon and all the rest who said there. People who lost is fingers. were traumatized from this. It was furious. Hand to hand combat using american flag and blue lives matter flags and trump flags as spears in javed blitz own. The policemen tucker carlson is the vehicle and mouthpiece to deny any of happened so i guess all of our lying eyes are continuing to lie to us but his audience our drones either way our cult. Yeah by the way. Speaking of you is a navy as a military man. I mean i get now. I watch all this footage malcolm what i think don't know if it was michael or someone who has served said i have never been involved because that's not why the way our military generally you're not involved in hand to hand combatant for hours. I mean has anyone asked republicans. Why do you think to capitol policeman killed themselves after this. Why do you think they all have. Ptsd and have lost fingers and is and on and on right. I mean it just it. That's because even people that serve aren't used to that level in some cases of combat right. No one has been in hand to him combat. Really i mean you know you go door to door you can get in tight situations. I've been around ambushes and suicide car-bomb these are events that might last minute. Even if you're on the offensive. Like a lucia a matter of hours. But you're in elements and what happened. Here was human maps that was thousands and thousands of them putting their bodies against you and the only thing that didn't happen was i was part of the groups that was identifying many of these insurrectionists than seditionists there were guns there we have photographs of people carrying concealed pistols concealed. Not yeah these things were there. The only thing they didn't do was used them at the time but if the police have started firing no doubt it turned into a raging gun gunbattle. They don't care they keep saying that this was an honor and on armed peaceful tourists visit and by the way. Fbi have seized another cache of guns belonging to the insurrectionist who had the lego set of the us. Capital as well as notes about militia. So you know we have one more. Oh how about this one. How did this guy a day after the release of a video appearing to show him mistaking the us capitol for the white house. Federal judge granted bond to in on it here and charged with storming the building. He incorrectly identified. I'm sorry bunch of dumb asses exciting the video and making that decision. The judge said the an unbeliever does not appear as though he could have planned or coordinated the siege of the us capital when he appeared to have no basic understanding of where he was that day. The video of his he said this is me touching the white house and it's he's at the really dumb assery is going to be a is a defense that you get bond. Yeah it was in his lawyers. Got him to be on home home restriction. He's at home now. He's not in jail. And i ain't gonna be honest with you. Many of these insurrectionists are not in jail and they are not getting in the people who are pleading are not getting severe sentences the fbi for for better or worse than department of justice. They're going after the bigger fish you know. All of these people are being used as stepping stones to get to the conspiracy here and there is a conspiracy. I outlined it in this new book. That's coming out the cowboys. The league you know. Stewart rose the leader of the plowed The leader of oath keepers the proud boys and the three percent militia. They had been coordinating as early as as As six november twenty twenty in order to start showing up rallies with guns and preparing quick reaction forces with guns in virginia they came to the december twelfth rally with the intent to to st combat with antifa and black lives matter and they were appointing themselves. As these brown shirts were protecting the white house and after december twelfth rally they started coordinating how they were going to attack the capital. And to tell you the truth. That's what i'm really looking for because when you get ahead of the oath keepers. That group is not a group you know. I mean it's arm it's former armed forces and members of the police forces but you've got to. You've got a brand them for what they are. They are insurrection. As terrorists intended to destroy democracy they intended. He hasn't tear down that building and capture people. And i said this the night vian direction happen. There are murder cells in that crowd capture and killed teams. Imagine what they would have done if they had found. Aoc imagine what they would have done if they had found nancy pelosi who had a bodyguard team but by the way this guy that i just mentioned the cunanan who we heard who mistook the capitol for the white house so and you said he's bond not even in jail he's also on tape. He's he's spearheading. The mob chasing officer. Eugene goodman officer goodman who flights upstairs wearing that cunanan t shirt so i mean seriously i guess that's what i'm concerned about is i get going all the way up to the top but dumb assery is a defense because he didn't know that you know he was at the capitol and not the white house. He's still on tape you could. You could use that argument. I know he was the lead guy in the capitol building right and just because he was. Deranged doesn't mean that he wasn't bear to do violence or you or to exercise protest with fists sticks feet enhance. And you know that these might problem is there are parts of judiciary and it's inconsistent all over the country who are giving these people you know vacations allowing them to do these activities without bracelets. His conditions of bond. Where that he would not communicate with other insurrectionists that he wouldn't have a telephone he wouldn't he would have to turn in his guns refrained from alcohol. Okay these people need the fact. They let him go. Shows that there's going to be a plea deal frigging even though he was the lead guy on the steps attacking the building. And this is where we're going to have inconsistent justice. And i don't think it's going to be pretty at all no matter you know who get up further up the chain of command. You've got a hold these idiots to account to show this is. What's going to happen to you so i can't wait to read your new book. Chris and i got into a discussion yesterday. Because i was saying sadly for for many of us. You have a track record of being right about you know what's the word i'm looking for everything right and so you were talking. We were talking about. You know how dangerous all of this feels. And you know that you've been warning you think there's going to be a catastrophic event and i you know chris was saying he thinks it's going to come from outside and i think what you were referring to our number one threat is white supremacy domestic terrorism which was january sixth. So you're saying a mass casualty event but from the inside correct ono and and and not one. I mean the the title of my book is called. They want to kill americans. Yeah and it's americans. Trump militias terrorists than their deranged ideology of an insurgency. We have an insert. The you know what i wrote. The title is the coming trump insurgency here in. His surgency always starts with a political decision to have an opposition group that will not use political force or political will to engage themselves. They changed into a paramilitary force. They use the political side for legitimacy. But we're going to have a catastrophic event and it will be americans just had to chris. Lovely has criminal boy has as big a track record of being wrong as you do right so i don't know why you don't come from the outside but clearly clearly malcolm you agree with our the fbi all of our intelligence agencies that yes it is our number. One threat is domestic terror. Is you know domestic terrorism. What i started writing this book which was little august. Twenty twenty and i went on bill maher show on november six twenty twenty and said we are going to have an insurgency and he was like you mean like the irish republican army. I was like yes this is coming. It came january six and insurgency is a continuing series of these events. I thought they would come down and we would have is a simmering insurgency. That's not what's happening. The political side is heating up so fast there we arming and they were preparing for open war this whole thing on the political side of getting trump as the speaker of the house in january twenty twenty two they mobilized to take back the house in in next year in twenty twenty. Two and democrats are arguing about whether they should do infrastructure whether they should do this and that biden didn't even mention filibuster yesterday. We're back on the brink of the end of democracy again. They are here to tear down government and install a fascist dictator ship. And we're sitting here arguing about whether we should you know you know we don't even confront people and try to run for school. Boards cunanan has announced a strategy to take over american school boards. Whenever you can do as a citizen do it now because again we're teetering on the edge of this thing. Yeah yeah no. I i am as this is why i've always loved you. Because they feel like the only one that has the sense of urgency. Not the only one. There's a few of us. But you know what i mean. That that joy reid kind of flip out every night. Because it's just i. It's one of those things that this is not none of. This is normal and has not been for a long time and i think we've gotten sort of gotten i mean. Look at all these books coming out. I mean i don't know which thing alarm alarm the most but how really close we came to just absolutely the end of this american experiment right. Well we discussed this weekly on this show and you know. Can i point out. Joy reed knife for two years where the only people and us news media saying that trump was pretty much behold into moscow. And we were ridiculed as conspiracy theorist camp every week when her show. We were sitting there saying this is happening. This is happening this show. We were saying this is happening. This is happening here. Let me help everybody here in the last of it okay. I'm going to give you some marching orders. Since people haven't quite figured out master chief stations people master chiefs battle stations. Go ahead go ahead. that's it there's the message get ready to be prepared once again to fight to save democracy. Start calling chuck schumer's office start calling. Nancy pelosi start telling these people it's not just about the filibuster it's about every aspect of the democratic party. We sit and wait around for four years and we lose the house. We cannot afford to lose the house next year will be the end of everything. Trump will be the number three person. They're not joking about putting him in a speaker on have to do is vote and he could be speaker of the house. He doesn't have to be elected. And then they're talking about impeaching biden. In harris j.j. jason. Johnson said that three months ago. Yeah that that was their strategy. They mean it people battle stations start fighting for this country again. Don't slack on it. Yes master chief. Okay all right. We'll see week by east. He just yells at me. And i just come back asking for more on point guy. No that's scary. Right scares scary. Daddy scares the bejesus out of and we're like okay. Well do you ever catch yourself thinking when you look in the mirror. I wish those under eye bags would just go away. You're not alone. Bags and puffiness under the eyes are a problem for millions of american men and women until now introducing the genu- sell serum with plant stem cell technology from chamonix susan from new jersey. Wrote me. I'm in using genucel for a couple of months. The puffiness around my eyes is gone. Even the crows feet and small lines have disappeared in having come back. I love this product. I use it under my eyes around my cheekbones. And on my eyelids with its instant. Shamanee's says you'll see results in the first twelve hours or your money back. I love it. I use the entire line of products. It is my favorite skin-care ever used. They guarantee it though results in the first twelve hours or your money back order now get fifty percent off all genucel packages for summer. Go to love. Genucel dot com slash stephanie. That's love g. e. n. uc l. Dot com slash. Stephanie love genucel dot com slash. Stephanie i use it every single day. I get so many compliments. Check it out. Love genucel dot com slash stephanie. Wow that is a huge justice matter. Sign behind you. That's set dressing. Wow we needed this morning. Is you tweeted today. we are all general. Milley justice is a team sport. We all need to get the game. I glen. You're the first person i thought of this morning. I mean it is a fire hose of news. But i hope what we're not distracted from is the overthrow of the united states government. And how close we were to. As general milley described it. A reichstag moment a The actual him ordering the trump ordering the military to You know a military coup. I just glenn you keep saying it. As long as we're on. Hitler analogies hitler had an attempted coup that that he was not really punished for and then we all know how what happens when he came back. Please explain to people the urgency of the moment we are in. I have been trying to explain the urgency of the moment. Where in for quite some time steph. But you know. I think general milley may have just ended a sa- gift and here's why first of all thank goodness for general milley right. I was active duty army for six and a half years before i went to the department of justice. There's one thing that is drilled into our heads not only must you obey lawful order but you must diss obey an unlawful order. That's drilled into us in the military. That's what general milley was prepared to do if trump tried to orchestrate a coup and boy. And here's the gift steph. And i think this may be my new tagline. Somehow i need to figure it out. Donald trump and the republicans continue to sell the big lie to us or try. And you know what that is. That is an ongoing attempted coup. That's what they are doing. I'm gonna adopt general milley's approach to that challenge to our democracy quote. They may try but they are not going to epping succeed. And that's what donald trump tried to do. That's what he's still trying to do. That's what the republicans are trying to do. And we all need to be general milley and announced. They will not succeed glenn. You tweeted donald trump and arguably committed multiple federal crimes. Do g needs doj needs to make a move. If they failed to charge trump doj will be making a mockery of the rule of law and ignoring the importance of a safe healthy stable democracy. What happens now testimony before congress. Doj you tell me what what we do about this yet testimony before. Congress is lovely. We'll see how many subpoenas are honored and if they're not honored we'll see how many inherent contempt cases are brought a not optimistic about congressional hearings. Doj has to act. I was talking with travis about this earlier this morning. Just yesterday steph. I do video about how you know what we need to give the department of justice. Time to build the insurrection case. Because they're still on the foot soldiers and they're working their way up. And then when i saw general milley's quotes this morning. I completely changed course. Doj has to act not necessarily by charging him now. For inciting the insurrection. Though that charge must come there are so many other gang crimes that donald trump committed. He needs to be federally indicted. And we need that to happen now. I well that's what i said. I think we are distracted. By how many crimes he has committed. I mean new york is about before he was even president. He is a lifelong criminal. So yes justice matters on every level for everything but look at this story this morning about the kremlin which looks credible that which we already knew from the mall report and the senate intelligence report. But that's is why you've said we have to at least prosecute the obstruction of justice. In that case that this book ended with treason this presidency and illegitimacy and it is. i just. Don't see how we can just say. Oh well let's just move on. I mean not as you said some say. We shouldn't prosecute from for his crimes against the united states and we the people because it will inspire his reporters to violence. You can't declined to fight for what's right for fear of how inspire those were in the wrong. Thank you thank you. Isn't that exactly yet. And i read the reporting on russia orchestrating trump's election victory and i'm like well yeah da. Let me turn to the box scores. We knew this because muller documented it in his investigation he concluded he found evidence that russia engaged in sweeping and systematic interference. to get donald trump elected. This just reinforces it from documents. That were somehow leaked from the kremlin but this we already knew. So merrick garland has got to move out. I know you don't want to be perceived as political but there's nothing political about indicting folks who committed crimes even if they happen to be politicians so if you were attorney general i wish you were. Oh did i say that part. Okay well god bless america. My point is clinton. What would you charge. And when how do you pick. I mean that's what i don't even get. There's so many crimes. what do you win. If your attorney general. I would charge every crime that i had a reasonable likelihood of success on the merits. Because that's the standard by which federal prosecutors are obliged so we have to believe that we have sufficient evidence basically to persuade a jury of guilt a reasonable likelihood of success. I sure would have started with the campaign finance violations in the conspiracy. He was in with michael cohen. Because that case has already been proved courtesy of michael collins. Guilty plea he's already individual number one. Thank you so that has already been investigated and proved. I would've brought the ten obstruction of justice. Counts that have been documented by. Bob muller why because that investigation has concluded. There's absolutely no reason to decline or delay bringing those charges and then believe me. I would turn my attention to the avoidable cova deaths because death is different and we have six hundred thousand families who lost a loved one and many of them didn't have to die. They died at the hands of donald trump. Jared kushner and mike pence plain and simple. Put me in. Front of a jury. And i will prove it. There's so many crimes that could be charged and should be charged. Is it premature to charge for everything. General milley said any insurrection on january. Sixth okay they need to continue to build the case steph. They're still on the foot soldiers. Five hundred plus soldiers with every arrest and they're averaging three arrests date since january six with every arrest the fbi miranda is is the person they arrest and if that person waves his or her miranda rights rights remain silent right to a lawyer. They interrogate them and they learn more about the bogaerts and the holidays and the cruises and they need to continue to do that today today. That idiot who was hanging off the balcony. Zip ties pleaded guilty and agreed to cooperate. He has information that will inform the prosecutor's decisions about who to charge next one rung up on the criminal ladder. They're doing it right. It feels like it's taking a long time. They need to indict donald trump ultimately for inciting the insurrection in the harsh light of day. Plus they need time to continue to build that case referred to the peaceful tourists. Because i always bring zip ties in repelling equipment morning when on vacation so i i don't know what fun. 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Stephanie loved genucel. Dot com slash. Stephanie i use it every single day. I get so many compliments. Check it out loud. Genucel dot com slash stephanie. I just have to as of fantastic prosecutor for many years. I mean we always knew this was a clown show glenn but this it's hard to pick the part of the reporting but so his second impeachment fewer lawyers are willing to work with him One who was david show and had a meltdown moments before they were about to begin the trial. Oh and then there was adam. No one knew who adam was but the team was waylaid leaving for the capital in their caravan because adam was taking a law school quiz zoom. We've gone through all the lawyers. Were now down to law students. So i know you're a law. Professor they law student and david show who. Let's just go through. This shown had now gone into a sullen alarming funk a strike of sorts it suddenly seemed only a day before the trial was to begin here was stopped. The trial crisis bruce. Castor had not provided a place for showings college age. Son simon to sit on the senate floor it was hardawy why someone would take on the defensive. Donald trump most lawyers over and over again had run from the opportunity. Where simon gonna sit. There is no place for simon. I was told that kids have simon with me shown was about to hyperventilate. As mcconnell aide stared in shock in the cold orbit of donald trump. That was only one. Man's feelings usually prevailed. This was a weird human meltdown. No one knew what to do. I was told. I could have simon sharon repeated. The room refused to look up or look at each other confounded by the idea that trump was about to be defended by a lawyer who seemed lawyer seemed about to cry. Showing flint folded his arms and explained that others have assistance and he has anyone caster. Explain that there wasn't a lot of room and it wasn't as if simon was involved in the case. Simon finally said dad dad. It's okay just moments before. The trial began finally moments before the second impeachment donald trump looked about to collapse into absurdities function. Tears with each person in the room like all people who had found themselves in trump were wondering how they had arrived at this freaky place. I mean what we saw and of course you can. You can't even write this guy that helped cosby get off also involved in this second impeachment clown show right. Yeah everything. Trump touches dies in every attorney. Who sidled up to. Donald trump gets disbarred or will be disbarred. We just had that hearing in the michigan court where the cracking lady and the rest of them are going to get sanctioned. Beauty is had his law license suspended in both new york and washington. Dc and. i'm so glad you mentioned bruce. Castor who is the one who orchestrated though perhaps unintentionally negligently recklessly orchestrated. Bill cosby walking out of prison. After sexually assaulting countless women. And i urge everybody to just read the i n pages of the pennsylvania supreme court opinion. You know why because it sets out that bill cosby is definitive league. Guilty of sexually assaulting the plaintiff the complainant in that case. But he got off on something. That i i'm loath the call a technicality but on a procedural issue he got off but he absolutely committed that crime. Of course. yeah and that was bruce. Castor that was yes that was courtesy of one of donald trump's lawyers or somebody who would go on to become one of donald. Trump's impeachment lawyers in the same vein. This new reporting trump is facing more legal porsche than ever in his attorneys. Leave a lot to be desired. He faces an array of expanding criminal and civil investigations. You know obviously weisselberg gowda yada Former prosecutors say these inquiries and lawsuits pose a greater threat than he has ever faced before. The current threats are more numerous and more serious than ever before. It's hard to imagine. His good luck will continue trumpets playing defense. Which explains his baseless suit earlier this week against the major tech companies or very likely to see more shoes dropping in the foreseeable future and trump knows it. He's never more desperately needed top legal talent and that that is not who he has representing him He's currently facing more than a dozen civil lawsuits and criminal investigations. That number is expected to grow. I mean i know glenn people get exhausted and they ask you all. The time does justice really matter is just as really coming because i i would ask you. Where was new york all these years. He's been a criminal all his life. He fraud has been the business model for the trump organization since we knew from the pulitzer prize winning new york times series about this. Wha- grewal justice the criminal justice system and prosecutors specifically are not good about going after white collar criminals. They're not good about going. After famous people influential people powerful people connected people white males quite frankly They're they're not good at that. And donald trump falls into all of those categories. And why he got away with it in new york for so long was it. Corruption wasn't a lack of zeal on the part of the prosecutors was at some combination of those things. I don't know but here's what i will bet a buck. On staff he will be criminally indicted. He absolutely will be. It's going to be too long coming. And i think we all have to be general milley when we say when the republicans continue to offer up the big lie it is an attempted ongoing coup and they are not going to put succeed. Thank you and glenn you always say it you know. Take the maiden legal voyage. let's go georgia. You have the tape maybe arizona. I mean it's just. There are so many crimes. I don't know if we have enough time in our lifetime to purdue but you're right justice has to start somewhere so you're right we are not going to. What is it. it's not going to happen here no. bj we're all general milley. Alright glenn thank you. You knew that it was not a want this morning. It was a need that involved my mental health. So thank you so their steph. We're going to get their power captain america.

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SM Happy Hour Extra with Malcolm Nance - 9-22-21

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SM Happy Hour Extra with Malcolm Nance - 9-22-21

"If you like what you're hearing. Why not try steph. Cast subscription only four ninety five a month if you buy a year in advance. Go to stephanie. Miller dot com to find out how good morning malcolm nance good morning. You know it's a bad day for democracy. When i need you and glenn kirschner within minutes of each other us. Don't hold hold up our fragile democracy. I mean i was saying that. I you know it was quoting jen. Ruben and others that said. I don't see how the doj doesn't prosecute based on this eastman memo and all of this latest reporting about what could not be any clearer was an planned coup. Right through the the insurrection. Correct absolutely and you know the goods are now coming out. We're starting to see these documents. That memo is absolutely absolutely nothing less than a planned. Coup d'etat to to actually delineate step by step. How the vice president of the united states can break the constitution. Go against everything that's ever been done. And here's the kicker you know. This isn't something that they would do. So comalapa harris could exercise that power. This was intended to be the last. It would ever be dot so that the vice president of the united states literally appoints a dictator into power. And there would never again be a position where the vice-president could You know suddenly and arbitrarily declare someone a winner. This guy needs to be prosecuted. I i'm sure glenn said it. He needs to have its. You needs to be debarred. Listen i have a question for all you lawyers. Any lawyer can make a complaint to the bar right now. The behaviors of another lawyer. How all these people eastman. John you the torture apologists. The man who literally gave permission for torture he and eastman actually wrote in up at the other. Damn saying how all this was legitimate. How these people have not been disbarred as john me you had to go on. Twitter would sydney bowel. He wrote a torture loving lawyer and ikuta top planner walk into a bar that they're free to walk into a bar. Milken problem correct is the problem as one of my followers said and they each have a duck under there are so you know and we all know what was going to happen but for these guys are literally organized to dismantle the government. We had this discussion when the trump administration Lost last year. They are going to get john uses stanford. How does it even humanly possible and this is a little thing amongst lawyers. I know i always bang on this from time to time. They are a club and they take care of each other left right and center. They don't care. Condoleeza rice is another one. I should never have been allowed into public into public decent places and these guys literally planned. They could included top against the united states government. But you know he's going to get a point to a loss will board. Yeah but that's what i i mean glenn agrees with us. Malcolm i just he has to believe the t. o. J. has got to be working on this. I don't know how anybody can read this memo and just go. That's okay the we just shrug and move on from that. I mean i it's an. There's been a lot of shrugging and moving on in the merit garland department of justice. Yeah well i guess unless glenn is right that is still going on i. I can't imagine you said yeah. You were talking about polling about the country not being united and said you said the country being less united has nothing to do with biden and more to do with trump and his crazy insurrection loving supporters so to try to put this on biden that oh were divided. I mean they're willing to blow up the full faith and credit of the united states. Kill i don't know we're on our way to seven hundred thousand americans. I mean i said at the top of the show there. Someone called them economic terrorists on the debt limit. I said they're terrorists of every kind there. Cova terrorists in some cases. They're actual terrorists supporting the terrorists of january six. And we have this this this dichotomy in the news media in which they really want to show that the democrats The moderate democrats of the progressive democrats holding out for concession in you know like the infrastructure. Bill is the equivalent of the insurrection in the coup. D'etat against the united states. Where they you know. One side is operating with decency and fairness and his actually governing and the other side literally. Zero republicans voted to raise the debt ceiling limit that they ran up. All of these are deaths from donald trump knowing. And i've read a statistic this morning. It would've cost six million jobs and fifteen trillion dollars in market losses in this collapses which means pure engineer tear economic terrorism's terrorism. Whatever you wanna call it against the government. They want to see this collapsed. They don't care about their stocks because their stocks are in defense right homeland security and But they don't seem to have a problem with destroying the you know anything that has to do with the vitamin stretch. Hugh re tweeted someone who said so. Basically cinema is the ted cruz of the senate democrats you said this has become a straight up fact or the democratic rand. Paul i mean. I i leave this part up to you. I don't understand. Kirsten cinema of that article was in response to the fact that she was a huge advocate for pharmaceutical government. Negotiating with big pharma to lower the prices for medicare and medicaid patients. Now that that's being proposed she is flat out against it. Yeah so you know it's like who is this person. Yeah this you know. I know she was green party person. Yes iraq war activist. Yeah iraq war activists okay She votes almost lockstep with the republicans. I know okay all right. Let's just by the way Thank you for this. You know about the border patrol in these poor haitians you said for those of you said for those Those are horse reins apologists. I've ridden horses for two decades. Yes those are rains. Extended western cowboy style. Rains made for controlling cows being used as whips on humans. I mean this is how stupid this debate is were into all. They aren't whips. They were just using their rains. I mean well if you shied away from selfies or demand photo approval for everything like me or those dreaded zoom calls because of bags and puffiness under your eyes. Here's the secret for looking fabulous on zoom or anywhere you go genucell from the makers of shammy genucel is patented plant stem cell therapy specifically targeting eye puffiness and bags. It is a lifesaver. Genucel is incredibly powerful natural serum that works instantly genucel guarantees. You'll see further results in as little as twelve hours and dramatic improvement and just twelve weeks or your money back. 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Retailer green accurately shooting and m eighty to a one fifty caliber sniper right. Don't just bypass that does somewhere else and say this is ridiculous. The same thing with the horse rains debate. I saw hundreds of people. Oh those are worse rains ridden you know most of my adult life and those rains of you look at them. Extend all the way down to the feet of the wars on one side in a single lash right. Would you could use his alaso or you could use it as a crop on your own horse. But it's designed to whip things and for them to suddenly come out and say well these border patrol blah blah blah. I don't have that debate people. Yeah it was wrong. We all saw drawing the vice president of the united states said that it appeared bad. And that they're gonna do an investigation. I don't mind using horses for patrolling the border and you saw how they were using the worse they were cutting like they were cutting cattle. These are experienced horsemen. But don't come back here and say that the optics of them using these things to either laso or grab or whip people was good optics because we have to keep the border open. My question is and this cuts to the trump administration. You remember how these caravans always suddenly conveniently up. Yeah and they appeared to have been funded by large businessmen in in central america. How in god's name tobago from seventy five patients one week to fifteen thousand the next week. Yeah yeah yeah. I hear you okay. So i wanna thank you for securing dc because of you there were tens of trump terrorists. Instead of i went to west. I didn't even bother going down there because security was so tight. Couldn't get near the place unless you were one of the thousand or two thousand journalists who came to twenty two one to take photographs of these insurrection loving Supporters there all right just because we always hurt the ones we love the most. I'm going to play. Donald trump soundbite for you. I apologize in advance on general milley so i learned early on that he was a dope. I learned that walk to the church. That was smoldering from the writers. You know that's what they were anarchist. That tried to burn it down that they tried to say we're wonderful. Protesters friendly protest as walk. You see flame you see smoke. I mean literally the day day or two before they burn. They tried to burn down the church which was built along with the white house at the same. Okay logical yes says okay anyone on say okay. Hang on from the day. Apologized essentially have nothing to do with them. Because they said this dope all he had to do is say. It's my great honor to walk with the president or the presidency. Talk about me. Talk about the presidency. Can there were other things. It was my great honor to walk with the presidency to the burning church. That wasn't burning. Okay hang on one more. And then we'll get your k-. I learned early. That this guy's a dope but what he did do is he hurt our country here on trade because i was making trade deals. He hurt our country. Our he shouldn't have been allowed to do it. And bad things should happen to your thoughts gonna step remember when i said once before that donald trump thought nato was a trading partnership. Yes not a defense guessing. That whole thing was because of how many people called him a dope in the new woodward book everyone that works in his cabinet called him some version of its projection of the of the highest order and he uses baby words from a five year old. You know you have this. Entire you know this entire organization the department of defense trillions of dollars worth of equipment millions of men. This man is a multi war combat veteran who send it to the highest level of office. Oh and he's a dope. Not having that debate. I mean millions a hero. Thank you no. Thank you mike. Reset michael michael. Flynn is a traitor generally as a hero. I mean seriously upside down. World cuban on coffee conferences for coffee and donuts. That's all you need to know exactly. Hey happy birthday birthday twin yours. Was this week mines this week. Four hundred in in forty. Happy forty doesn't field. Okay love you.

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You will love jian u. c. l. dot com slash. Stephanie love genucel. Dot com slash stephanie. If you like what. You're hearing wanna try steph cass subscription. Only four ninety five a month if you buy a year in advance go to stephanie miller dot com to find out. How high malcolm nance hi good morning. We're celebrating our blue nami out here in california. I see thirty points in california. Yeah yeah exactly well and we were just saying that. The you've said this all along about turnout turnout turnout about. We have got to overwhelm the polls. This is just what we need to do in two thousand twenty two because as you always say it. It's you know people are sleeping. Democrats were sleeping out here for a minute until we you know we only sounded the the the The bell right to say this is not a drill. None of this is a drill right and this woodward book shows us exactly how close we were to losing our entire democracy right and it's only going to get closer. I mean. I think there's a lot of information. People have been withholding. And you know. I'm i'm i'm down on bob woodward for doing just that. He withheld this information for book for a book. Now granted all the players in it were aware of what was going on nancy. Pelosi did speak the general mark. Milley mark milley. Did take action within the purview of his position. But you know this really would have been nice to know at the time of the impeachment. Thank you you know. There's just so much out there. And i'm you know i don't understand this modern journalistic method of hold information for a year or years. What were does this twice now. With trump's comments about covy. I would've walked out of that interview and called every major channel and held up onference. Yep to say the president of the united states knows this is a lethal virus buddies playing dow. No these people have no honor. And you know. We're lucky that the people who were in the positions nancy pelosi general mark. Milley did work with in there. You know which within their confines to to get this done and this now explains a lot about nancy pelosi. I think we should go back and strub oliver comments. She really believe that. Donald trump was crazy. And then we'll really believe. Donald cam was crazy in a nicer. Let's people haven't exactly heard about this. Mum let's linked just reset it. And i want to get your take on the one of the big revelations here on a pair of secret phone calls. General chairman of joint steve's assured his chinese counterpart that the us would not strike. One call took place. October thirtieth four days before the election and the other on january. Two days after the insurrection The first call was prompted by milley's review of intelligence suggesting the chinese believed the. Us was preparing to attack. That belief was based on tensions over military exercises in the south china sea and deepen by trump's belligerent rhetoric toward china generally. I want to assure you. The american government is stable and everything is going to be. Okay we are not going to attack or conduct any kinetic operations against you. Millie went so far. As to pledge he would alert his counterpart in the event of a us attack in the second call. Place to the chinese over fears of joe. the january. six events He he was not easily calmed his chinese counterpart even after milly promised him one hundred percent. Steady everything's fine but democracy can be sloppy sometimes Lee remained rattled and millie. Who did not relate the conversation to trump understood why He believed the president had suffered a mental decline. After the election. And of you. He communicated to nancy pelosi and a phone call in january eighth. He agreed with her evaluation. That trump was unsafe unstable. So and then we go through the whole part about how he reviewed procedures for launching nuclear weapons saying the president alone could give the order but crucially milley had to be involved looking every officer in the i. He asked them to affirm the understood And he which. He considered an oath which he called pulling a slesinger which is what did to nixon to make sure he can launch a nuclear strike because he was drinking and unstable and whatever after in the watergate impeachment on. So they say so. Finally they say. The willie went furthest in seeking to stave off a national security crisis. His alarm was shared throughout the highest ranks of the administration. Gina bowl the director. tobe million. we are on our way to a right wing coup. So you're right malcolm all these people knew this and how close we were to this right. And even the extent that mike pence went to to see if he could do it. I mean so first of all. Obviously trump called this. Treason is treason. What milly did okay no. He's i can't stand seeing this out on twitter okay. There's one cry written in the constitution. One very specific one. And that's because of benedict arnold's treason during the american revolution. Okay that trimbe crime is treason but to commit treason i you must be at war with a nation and that means that declared war not a police action not an authorization of the use of military force. It must be a war and we haven't had a war since world. War two a declared war so we're not at war with china number two. You have to provide aid and comfort to the enemy with a near peer adversary on the same level. That you are at the joint. Staff level is part of his job of chief. Joint chairman of the joint chiefs of staff communicates with defense officials in every country of the world. And he gives this exact same message where necessary particularly to our nato allies who folk that we were all crazy for the last four years so this kind of message is is one that has had better be part of his job but by seeing the united states descent into a blue quarter warm version of autocracy to see a khuda coming up and i think gina hospitals comments director of the cia or as you know kept pretty quiet during the trump years. That is one. We're really going to have to die. Set that they had that they understood. The president was coming apart and that he could do something rash and so of course had to pull a slesinger and but what he did was not eight. Well let me rephrase what he did is not written down in the books anywhere but there is one phrase that he was guided by and that is to protect and defend the constitution of the united states from all enemies both foreign and domestic. He saw that. The united states could descend into an a catastrophe whether it was saber rattling with china because all trump did for two months with say china did this. They were trying to claim that dominion voting systems in the united totally. See him attacking china as as a way to go. See this china though is crazy. Mind to get reelected. Well you've heard me raving about cozy earth lounge wear their leggings jogger. Super soft pajamas are amazing. And they're sheet sets are just as incredibly soft and comfortable both cozier sheets and lounge. Where are made from viscose from bamboo. Here's why that's important. No toxins harsh. Chemicals or dyes oprah has called cozy earth's sheets the softest sheets ever in the december twenty eighteenth issue of o the oprah magazine these sheets. they're lightweight or so breathable cozier promises. You'll sleep less humid and cooler than cotton whether it's cozier sheets or lounge wear and you should get both i did. You cannot go wrong. Go to cozier dot com now. Save thirty five percent off their source. Bamboo betting in lounge wear with the code. Stephanie at checkout. That is thirty five percent off hurry. This is a limited time offer. Go to c. o. z. y. That's cozy earth dot com. Don't forget that. Promo code is stephanie. That's cozier dot com. I love my sheets and my jammies you will to its cozy earth dot com. So if you're china in you're listening to this and you're seeing the chinese are if anything i can say is they believe understand. They're academia they are watching donald trump. Oh crazy okay. And they and we all saw it with our own odds and so they're thinking is he serious about this or we're going to have to start taking defensive steps. Can this give us an opportunity to attack taiwan. Look they are foreign adversary. They're not our allies. Yeah it's all the stuff you buy walmart. We'll do that. Being said general milley had to calm them down and to show. The united states was in unified control in in in in the country but civilian authority is civilian authority until issues in un lawful order. General milley has an obligation to disobey unlawful orders and he was preparing the joint staff to receive unlawful orders like newt shanghai. that's an unlawful order without a state of without a cash. Should he have testified in the second impeachment. Though that's what in terms of you know people speaking out when this was happening you know nancy. Pelosi was well aware of all of this. She had these private conversations. He seemed to think that the strength of the impeachment was good enough. She knew it wouldn't go anywhere. But you know and and really would have been fired right. Go ahead. No you got teach afterwards but you know but by by asking him to come in and testify. I would have done it or you wouldn't have done. It made it incredibly forceful but it would've politicized the military. And i think really get what he could do within his authorities and defending the constitution is authority job. Number one is so banging a crazy madman. President is absolutely his personal obligation. They're going to be studying general milley as a hero at west point in the future. Well i said it before the break. If you think milley's traitor in general. Flynn is a hero. Then you can go. You can go get nut by the way so this. This is just still chilling if people haven't heard it pelosi said what precautions are available to prevent an unstable president from initiating military hostilities or from accessing the launch codes and ordering a nuclear strike million shared her. There were a lot of checks in the system. She said he's crazy. You know he's crazy. He's crazy in what he did yesterday. In that's january six is further evidence of his craziness. Milley said i agree with you. On everything So speaking of you know. Heroes and cowards. Mike pence's the coward. We always knew he was so intent was pence on being trump's loyal. Second in command that he asked confidants. If there was any there were ways. He could exceed to trump's demands and void certifying the results of the election. He called dan quayle. Dan quayle hero of the republic. Said you mike. You have no flexibility on this. None zero forget it. Put it away. Pence still pressed him. Quayle was unmoved pence ultimately agreed When penn said he planned to certify the results the president lashed out and said. I didn't want to be your friend anymore. If you don't do this that's insane. You betrayed us. I made you. You were nothing. Wow yeah hell this. All this is the level of mania. You literally have a five year old mentality in the white house saying i'm not your friend anymore. We dodged is so serious. The problem this the drunk dancing monkey still has an ak forty seven few rows. And we've got a prosecute all the way to the top. I wanted to. This just came over the wire. Julia tweeted one. Capital officer allegedly revealed information about the secure location. He helped evacuate lawmakers to during the riot. His friend reported it to the fbi and expressed concerns the agents ascribed to trump's election spirit conspiracy theories these six officers or whatever i mean. This was kind of a quiet story over the bright on the anniversary of nine eleven. Six capital officers were disciplined or whatever. But we have still not under investigation right a few months ago right and so now you're looking at six. Were probably internally disciplined for like the the lower level guys the guys who are taking photos. But there's the evidence will come out and i've i've said this before it might not have just been capitol policeman it might have been capital policeman working in conjunction with congressional staffers. Right congressional. staffers are young energetic. They want to help their boss out. So the indoor and beaubourg may have tweet it. Nancy pelosi's location. But did she have staffers running back and forth doing. Oh you know they moved over here. You know they moved over there. I think they should all be. Grilled guesses a serious criminal investigation. And you know. Congressional investigation can can refer to the justice department for criminal prosecution. And i hope it happens quickly before we go. Are you how concerned are you about this saturday about the i'm going to be in dc. Which means nothing's going to happen so i'm going to have a nice here on it. You know no. I don't think this whole justice for the january six. What are they gonna do. Try to jail. Break them out So no. I don't think anything is going to happen. I think you're gonna get a few hundred people. I haven't seen if there's a speaker's rostrum yet but remember this is the place that that bobover and and Marsha taylor green and all of them try to speak in front of the The the d. c. jail a few months ago and then got hustled out by counter-protestors. I'll tell you about dc. I lived there. That's a pretty blue town and they are gonna come out to see what. What's what and i suspect that if the few people that are tom they're going to get shouted down in expect any violence. I don't. I'm talking everybody. There will be no violence. And i don't have expected. This will amount more than a few people with banners and crazies coming out claiming that they you know they're defying the you know joe biden absolutely all right see. That's what i said with the trucks out here. I saw what the yes on the recall and done like okay. Love you see you next week. Bye bye well. You've heard me raving about cozy earth. Lounge wear their leggings joggers. Super soft pajamas are amazing. 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1214: "Stanktuary"

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1214: "Stanktuary"

"Now I have to stand in line now. Adam Curry John's divorced Thursday February. Six twenty twenty. This is your win and get one nation media assassination episode twelve hundred fourteen. This is no agenda driven the so two clips and broadcasting live from Opportunity. So in thirty three here the frontier of Austin Texas capital of the Drones Star State in morning. Everybody I'm Adam curry from northern Silicon Valley. Where we're mulling all kinds of things Jesse Divorce Raglan buzzkill. You're mulling over Ma. We're mulling a molly. Is Mulling redesign something you do with wine? Let's start with the Super Bowl prediction. You almost had it. I know and remember that. I said that I still wanted to root for the chiefs but that I felt I truly felt and if you look at the expectations the way they set it up it was gonna be empowerment for women. Were women all over this place. Co Owners were women coaches were women we had the the big empowerment Jay Z rock nation Shakira Jaylo empowerment halftime. And I blew it. But you. You didn't actually. I mean you didn't go with your gut you you saw of homes wearing a trump shirt that that should have been the clue. I blew it because the idea was we have Pelosi versus trump Pelosi versus trump. Pelosi Represents San Francisco. Well also thought you know the president would get impeached too. Yeah that was going to happen. Yeah Hey that was a good game though. I really enjoyed it much for it. All the thing that bothered me twenty one to nothing in the fourth quarter. Where does not comfortable to watch somebody fold? I mean this guy. The coach the forty niners did this before he was. He was offensive coordinator job. Nobody cares joke. He was the offensive coordinator for the land of Fox. What was the biggest folding Super Bowl? History the The problem I had it was the technical aspect I was sitting down waiting for. I want my player stats flying and windows. I want telestrator as I want all. I WanNa feel good good about the technical production of the show and it was sparse now. Maybe football fans like that more but I thought it to be very Almost low budget. I'm not kidding you. You didn't get that at all. I didn't think about it but because I prefer just no sound but the sound. I understand what you're saying and I think you're probably correct. I think for the bulk of the public who doesn't really follow football. That closed they just go to watch his one game and then they watched the halftime show right And then they say that themselves others the second half the audience forget what you included and yeah. I agree a hundred percent. Now you bring it up. It was it was just lacking also the commercials were never list of my of some of the commercials issues. I had to. We have to talk about this. At least for a second since gratuitous WANNA does podcast broadcast radio show or anything in between this talk about Super Bowl commercials. Oh that's right. It's kind of the law isn't it? We have to talk about it. It's a FCC. Well I there was. I don't think there was anything. I like nothing. Stuck out like wow. That's so great. None of it okay. Here's the Promo what was with. All these call backs to the sixties and Seventies. How old was this audience? That's a good question I don. Maybe that's what they sold it on an older audience. I mean for sure. We know that it didn't really do any better than last year. Which was already down from the year before so it was kind of. I mean ninety eight million people not bad for anything but maybe it was all all the all the old ninety eight million people but they had they had a lot of energy screwy stuff to the. Google ad was creepy. That was like enjoyable because it was so bad women which one was that which. Oh Oh my gosh. That was horrible. Trying the worst add. I think it was the worst add. Explain it again. I don't remember my note. Horrible worst add ever creepy. Google laugh was not effective in terms of memory. No then there was the couple of things what was the point of Bringing Rick Flair. There's a reference to the seventies. There's a breakfast of Fargo the movie while that's because the new series of Fargo is coming out those just gave up. Bob I'll take that yeah Then it was a whole. Snyder's whole references is all references Who written down here who's live. L. A. V. PEANUT AD dropped A. Oh yeah there were going to drop the peanut dead peanut ad for the baby peanut because Colby but they didn't do that. They also starting to call this. This is okay. Let's we'll all just wrap it up with this Ripley's all of a sudden I see this as a bunch of five G. ads who five g. a lot of five G. in Everyone was touting their going to connect the country as if as if. But here's what bugged me there now. Touting five G. as alter wide band ultra wideband is a very something very something very else at little. It's a spread spectrum style of communication. And it's very specific is also used for Ground penetrating radar. It's actually it's the protocol issue with five g. An entirely different protocol. Everything's different now so they're stealing the name because can't get any traction with five. G. Possibly do you remember that verizon or was it T. mobile who is touting that I don't recall one of the two I don't know either. I didn't write that down. I was just so by this route. All right that's enough. Yeah I mean it really really sucked the ad suck what about the halftime show is very. I mentioned to my daughter that it was a bunch of 'cause I saw the analysis of the of the woman who does analysis who I think is the amazing. Bu Paulie to be honest about. She's a saint voice. Breaks down the Super Bowl halftime show as a cult satanic whole satanic message to get people into global governance. Well the the half the right good. I'd like to hear it will part of that was there I mean. The halftime show was part of this Jay Z. Deal that the white racist. Nfl owners put together. You know when the the kind of rub out the capture nick stuff and they brought Jay Z. In and ROC nation and so he was the consultant and he's the only thing that And I spoke to many different women about this including my own wife essay I kept hearing power empowerment empowerment empowerment. And I see two men to me is like doesn't seem really empowering when you're hanging onto poll get the idea of J.lo's movie which I like. It was a pretty good movie and without a doubt the physical effort and still being able to sing. Mostly all live certainly on Jennifer Lopez part was incredibly talented. Incredibly professional really good. But I just like if you if you're setting us up to be ready for an empowerment meshes. You literally had a promo or commercial where there's two team football teams. Once kick of the other ones asked the helmets go off. It's women. There was a lot of this and then just seem like okay A. and from the Women's perspective that I've spoken to like well. Yeah that's that you can be sexy and be empowered make sense. I guess it was. Nice to look out for me. Otherwise women displayed as sex objects. Once again. Yeah but if you say that to any woman you get real pushback yeah I get any pushback from me but I never said to the point any push action. Watch the game. I was Kinda surprised I enjoyed the gains us. Also stunned when I gave her the the cult satanic message had bowl cranium. Well there was. There was some stuff. They were the Puerto Rican flag in the American flag. Until I don't know if part is all about nobody explained that Puerto Rico's I can. I can connect some dots. If you want a Puerto Rico. We actually got a note from one of our producers Let me see this would be under twenty twenty? Yes got a note here Tatham as you Puerto Rico in Puerto Rico we American we are American citizens who cannot vote for the president of the United States. But here we can vote in the primaries to select the candidates this year. Mchugh this up this year we will have the Democratic primaries on March twenty ninth in Puerto Rico will send fifty one delegates to the Democratic convention. That's more than Iowa. A delegation larger than the delegation of twenty states. At this moment Bloomberg is the only candidate which ads in local with ads in local TV and radio and it seems he's investing a lot of money. Didn't you can watch and hear the ads frequently on shows with the best ratings at them and that's really bad. I mean even. I know that that's really bad Spanish. That's really bad. Been Coach so he did have an ad he had an ad Spanish. He had an ad in the which I thought was kind of weak. Maybe that had something to do with it but you know the whole it's Miami. Miami has a different. My real question was if you have Jaylo and you have a Shakira. Both very accomplished coup was dude. Who came on I mean I? I didn't even look it up. The so annoying like what? What is this douchebag who go up there and do that invite me? I'll put on the silver suit. I was wondering about the guy shows up out of the blue and it maybe wasn't even supposed to be there. Let's think about. I think I think he brought him up. Let me see who was the guy in these super bowl? I would expect the the troll room to have that for me already know. J J Galvin Kitschy Ball vent. J. Belvin was his name. Yeah well he ruined everything and if there's anything that was ruined the best what is going on with that but I know that dancing and singing I would. That's good. I mean that's impressive. I couldn't understand a word of it we got to. We had snow last night. Here in Austin in the world saw your wife Tina with snowball. They keep trying to make us. She's from Chicago. Can't even make dope all and then she knew how to throw it. What was that all about? I think what you saw was a A very lightweight snowball. Still Kinda give it a little idea. There was a snowball and just tossed it. She's very she can throw a ball. She's from Chicago. She will kick your ass so be careful. Yeah they are. I would get that impression from this. No Ball toss of hers. Gosh Snow Yeah. It's freezing all about I don't know man. Global warming likely must be something like that. I don't understand it's crazy. We never get snow here. We're at a higher latitude. One other thing. That was just odd. But I guess it's never been a thing in the. Nfl is run home on the the quarterback for the chiefs which is naming homes. You you home home home. A hands back to my home my home to my homes. He these black but he was not touted as the third black quarterback in history to win the Super Bowl at all. I don't believe that's true that he's not black no. I don't believe it's true that he wasn't tatty 'cause I remember seeing you know what I mean. Compared to previous super bowls in a huge. He'll keep doing it. Fourth Fifth Sixth. Now this was the third to win. Yeah I know but there's already been a couple of guys before him to do it. Everyone to force get comes a does at some point. You gotta just give it up and say hey you know. Blacks can play quarterback too. It's not like a crazy idea that one would win if just tonight. Oh okay you know what whatever I really don't for sports communities asks low. I really don't care surprise. You Watch the game. No I love his name right so there you have. It does on what do you mean? What's his name Bill Sh- Dick all right so then we had Man What was the next event was the next event was the the Iowa Caucus of course what a fiasco listen. I got one of the clips from the Iowa Caucus under and ask Adam though. Okay The ideas you gotta see quick and come up with this guy's name. This guy broke out. I'll tell you something more important than let's assume it's Pete Buddha judge K it. You know something if you had told us one year ago that we're going to come in third in Iowa we would have given anything for that and you know something you know something not only. Are we going to New Hampshire? Tom Harkin we're going to South Carolina and Oklahoma and Arizona and North Dakota and you Sokoto California and Texas. You are going to South Dakota Oregon and Washington Michigan and then we're going to watch C. Take back the White House. The of course the Dean scream gave who gave it away realized that was an Iowa. Oh interesting I didn't either really Why why which would you scream now? Something that I kind of bumped into by accident when we and actually I. I sat through the entire from start to finish. Well start to polls the the caucus polls or whatever they call them closing and I watched as many different had breaks. I'm switching around and of course I watch more. Msnbc IS PROBABLY MSNBC CNN then some Fox but MSNBC. I think they really had the their top crack team on it and I wanted to really understand and there was some rule changes and in a way I kind of liked it. It's seems like it seems like a very democratic process where you're arguing with these sometimes groups of a couple of hundred people with your neighbors people from around the neighborhood and you come in with your first choice and your second choice. And it's kind of like a horse trading market type idea and I like watching that and they they had interviews with some young people. Seventeen year old who will be eligible to vote in November? So they're coming up on eighteen and they were all excited and like Oh. This is really cool. Is that kind of democracy in process and then of course it all started to fall apart as the results didn't come in now. We know a lot more about what probably happened. At least technically and what I was lucky in finding was a January fifteenth interview on NPR or a piece actually with with a couple of journalists which specifically mentioned this APP and how it was something incredibly new in fact. Here's the intro to their piece. The upcoming Iowa caucuses represent the first in a year of big tests for America's democracy after big test big test for America's democracy or Russia's interference in the twenty sixteen presidential election in fact. Npr and Iowa public radio of learned that Iowa State Democrats are going to use a new smartphone APP to help run their caucuses. We're GONNA talk more about that now with two reporters. I want to start with you. I just remind US how caucus notice. I cut the reporters introduction out. It's so annoying. Hugh I just remind us. How caucuses work and how an APP would be involved this time around. Yeah so caucuses are very different from a primary. There are no ballots. There are no voting booths. Iowans will physically go to different community centers. All across the state and physically show their support for a candidate by standing in a in a different part of the room and so as far as this APP. The party is hoping that it will help precinct. Leaders be able to report their results. More quickly those leaders will be calculating. How many delegates each candidate wins based on the support in the room and so having an APP. The intention is that process will happen. Faster and local leaders will have help and calculating those numbers so I thought it was working for by the way. It was working fine before this APP came along. Well yes this and I. I don't think we can add much more commentary or color to the to the issue of the APP and what was working or wasn't working in fact I believe that the most damage the Democratic Party did with this failure east to their befriended news media who were super annoyed. They spent four or five hours the first night alone fiddling time and and you know they're like krause supposed to be out of here at eleven eleven could be out here. I got dinner plans and the and this is under under. This is not normally taken into account. You're absolutely right. They got they. Hatay got grumpy. They got fined Iowa. You got you got a schedule. You know what's what normally goes and now because the APP you're going to get out of there sooner you may be able to float around nightclubs but NPR and Public Radio International to their credit in this in this piece from January fifteenth. They already had done some work and there were definite questions about the APP miles. We've talked a lot about cyber security since the two thousand sixteen election given that cyber attacks were part of Russia's interference. How big a deal is this that our Democrats are going to try and use this approach in twenty twenty. It's one thing introduce a new piece of watching technology without really any practice beforehand. And then it's another thing introduced that piece of election technology without giving any security details about. We know very little about the specifics of this APP. We don't know who developed it or who wrote the code. We don't know what sorts of security tests have been performed on it. These are the two basic questions at any security expert would ask when confronting a new system and the Democratic Party says basically. They're not going to provide any of this information because they're scared. It would help hackers but experts. Actually say that that secrecy doesn't help against hacking it. All here's Betsy Cooper. She's a cybersecurity policy expert at the Aspen Institute Transparency Around. How was built how up to date? The security of the APP is and how it's been tested all could be made publicly available with little cost to be and see. This is probably one of the main things when we talk about democracy online which John you and I are really against for well for this reason. Being one of the many is just not a good idea and typically you do want to open source code you know at least have enough available so people can see this especially if there's an APP something nefarious. This I think is is the jam here where they're going to talk about this security amongst themselves and I think with the with the Iowa Democratic Party Chair Kate. How are these concerns being addressed as you said? This APP is focused mainly on reporting caucus results. Could the election results be for instance change remotely? So because of the way the caucus work there are thousands of witnesses who are seeing the result. Play out in these caucus locations this year. The party is also using preference cards so there will be a paper trail involved that could be referenced so the idea of the results being tampered with that could be overturned. There will also be contingency plans that the party has set up trey price. The head of the State Party in Iowa says there'll be a hotline for folks to call in if the APP doesn't work for whatever reason if there is a challenge will be ready with a backup a backup to that backup. Backup to the backup to the backup. I mean we are fully prepared to make sure that we can get these results in accurate. I think this is the potential end of show. Eyeso- A backup and a backup to that backup backup to the backup to the backup fired. You're fired dude. That's what you are backup to the backup and a backup to that. Backup to the backup. Backup BACKUP BACKUP. Backup to the backup to the backup. Are you kidding me this guy? What a Moron dumb stupid. Well you know. That's why Bernie as as a reproach Congress's approach Bernie than that enough people to do this had a Bernie Mana Bernie Bro at each of the Caucasus. Taken down notes. So they could. You know verify that they weren't gonNA GET SCREWED OVER PARANOID ABOUT. This turns out that they were screwed over by at least five hundred votes here in air. I'd like to pull it all together. One last clip from this NPR NPR. And then I think I may know what's going on. There's a couple of things we should look at this. This close this out. There are a couple scenarios will look out for here. A successful attack could potentially lead to the wrong winner being announced and then having to be retracted. Which would obviously lead to a lot of questions about the election's legitimacy an attack that didn't even break into the system could still potentially bring it down. Which would obviously lead to delays in reporting a lot of confusion at all of these individual precincts and then. There's the possibility you have to remember that. This APP is going to be downloaded on the phones of almost two thousand party caucus leaders across the state. These are personal devices that have e mails passwords text messages photos and Russia has shown in ability to weaponize information that they hacked and stolen. They did this leading up to the two thousand sixteen election. Hacking John Podesta's emails and weaponising those emails. We just do not have enough security specifics about this APP to know how it will protect against that same sorts of packing this time around. I really love that not once not a single time. That anyone even speculate. I A second that it could be. Russians isn't this exactly what we were told they would do. They could have been guys. Who designed the APPS for all we know what is at stake kept a secret? Thank you Democrats. I do have one clip about this and this is a kind of another clip. That kind of wraps things up with the ending makes logical sense than anything this guy who does a pbs show in Iowa the PBS our the PBS Iowa. Hour or something like that. And he's being. He is being interviewed by Judy. All to add about how Elizabeth Warren or Joe Biden dead. Yeah boy this is bad news for Biden and it explains why his campaign is complaining the loudest about the delegate count today fourth place. They've never been four tickets out of Iowa. This is not a good showing now. Maybe it will change. And this is all tentative as you've noted that sixty two percent maybe he does better in rural areas. But it's not very good news for Bite and this isn't give him the the the momentum's that he needs to raise desperately needed money to stay in this race and Elizabeth. Warren I think this halts her slide. She had peaked at one point and then took some hits in debates and so her campaign was really trying to get some momentum again so third-place she lives as to take the argument on to New Hampshire and just in a few seconds. I heard you say you do think this may be the end of the caucuses in Iowa. Yes I think. The criticism all over the country is. This is not a good way to do this. They should go to a primary system. I expect there would be a big discussion nationally and the Democratic National Committee. And I think they'll be a discussion in Iowa as well about whether this state shouldn't infact go to primary most dates it will have to see what happens in New Hampshire but I it appears that my prediction of impeachment over were dropping. Joe Biden could come through this. I'm fearful that this is true. Yeah now now let me just reiterate the idea is they kept joe in there despite the bumbling and everything else and he really was not running on a lot of money apparently a lot of he doesn't have a lot left. I have no idea. But that's what the word is and wants. The impeachment has gone. You no longer need the political opponents of the president to be involved in that story so now they toss them and rightly so they're tossing them right back where they where he should have stayed to begin with. It's sad come on again. I am going on the basis of the people who are in the Democratic Party at the upper echelon who I follow on twitter and they're all backing bite into an extreme and I still think they're going to try to shoehorn a man now. I should mentioned that this guy who predicted the end of the caucuses This is interesting because there's been other caucus states and they've all fallen by the wayside and this may be the last to go in. It's easier to control to manipulate a primary. I think than it is a caucus situation where you actually see people saying one thing or another Bernie put us. People that are thing do really headcount. I think primaries are more easily and I think this may have been the goal. If you think about it was it possible at this APP was designed. Screw up to think so badly that they're going to go to the more easily manipulated `table primary. Is that possible here? Here's what I was thinking. The APP could be just a total distraction. And the fact that I think as of this this live broadcast. I don't know if one hundred percent of the information is in yet. It wasn't last night. I think the fix was in with the rule change and There were what was new this year. What I understood is they would also have the raw results. And by everybody's account Bernie had more people turning out for him but the way votes were allocated if you were quote viable and you had fifteen percent of the first round. That's how the delegates which is really the only thing that was being reported by the m-5 them was the delegate count and the percentages of delegates. But not the actual what you would call the popular vote and I think that was to be obvious or maybe there was so much focus was supposed to be put on that That no one would notice that they could definitely tap Bernie down by giving you know by taking or having operatives for all I care. It doesn't take much to have someone who's not viable pop over to Pete. I mean this is. This is easy stuff. Incl- in plain sight. I think that's that was the genius of the APP. Probably wasn't meant to fail but it was meant to focus people more on the results as desired I e the delegates and not the completely new and transparent raw vote which is what the Bernie rose recounting and and what ultimately. Everyone's really pissed off about in fact it became such a big thing simone. Sanders was really. She was grilled for CNN. As far as we can tell their job is to discredit Bernie Sanders. It started with the You you told Elizabeth Warren that women couldn't win win the presidential election that covered and then the campaign manager or one of the campaign manager for Bernie came out and said we don't trust that we don't trust the results at all and listen how Simone Sanders who used to be with with before at a now she made with Bernie and now she's with Biden. Let's listen let's continue believed to result the APP that believe are seeing the we know that they're on. The data is waiting for two hours. Why didn't you say the data is Democratic Dope? But this is interesting because the Brion keillor guests from CNN just keeps hammering. Do you think it was accurate? Because she wants someone to go on record and say it was rigged and this piece of chicken. Shit won't do it either. They were unable to get the Simone. Is this the presidential preference? Cards are are very important so all our campaign has said. And what tape at. Okay WHAT IS THE MON. Mon is amount and I am going to enter the deals. And you're not answering the question. Is this data correct in your view. Is it correct luck Brianna Brianna? I have not analyzed the back end of the data what we are saying. Well we have implored to the Iowa. Democratic Party are two things one we have to make sure we get it right getting it. Right means checking checking again and triple checking and making sure that there's a paper trail the presidential preference cards. Don't try to paint this as we're trying to say this is some kind of conspiracy theory. Okay thanks MON MON process. I'm repeatedly communications record saying no process in our community is trying to preserve. Simone. We're GONNA roll the Soundbite soundbite you guys roll it right. What we think you have a process where you can't be confident that the results that are being reported are reflective of the votes that people cast last night in the process. That's a real concern. Those actually Biden probably vital with Biden. Know the funniest part e lasko world. What was just hilarious and showed how the mainstream news media is complicit in ruining everything. So they're trying to figure out how to get these this information into command central there on the phone for hours and hours and I think this was one of the captains of big precinct trying to call through to the To the Party and and give his precinct information and of course he has to be on the phone live at the same time with Bro. Over on CNN. They tried to promote an APP to report the results. The APP by all accounts just like doesn't work so we've been recommended. The call into the hotline. The hotline has not been responsive explanation. I'm hearing Sean. If you've gotten any explanation at all as to what's going on no I have not no. I'm just waiting on hold and doing my best to report the results from my hearing. I know you're listening to a conversation. from the Iowa Democratic Party our compact. This is a real coincidence wolf. I just got off hold so I've got to get off the phone to report the results. go ahead and report us. What can we listened as your report. Them Sean Yep Okay Hi Hello died on me. I've been waiting for over an hour a day. Is that one. Can you guys on hold for an hour than Mexicans? They hang up on. This is the this. Is that the Democrats the Democrats very bad very bad. It makes the can't run anything you want them to run the economy. Well this was an immediately was the right wing Fox News talking point was these are the people who want to run your healthcare okay. Yes sure that this was a right wing name. I think this is a pretty generalized name. That went right down the middle. It wasn't like a bunch of a right wing nut balls. Yeah wor yeah. That's well that's when there were lots of yes but you tell me. No moderates thought that this was a little bit little bit hinky. I don't live in Moderates. I live in CNN MSNBC and Fox. So there's only that's it then. I was hearing all of that on Fox and certainly not immediately on the other channels but not not accusing you. I'm just saying that. Seemed like a like an easy target you know whereas really what was just odd. We're not going to question the integrity of the security of it. It's all they're incompetent. How about hacking isn't isn't this? Who Was it? That said they're going to do it. In plain sight the Russians. Oh it was Malcolm Nance. He predicted this. I'll I won't play the whole thing because there's a long clip but I'll take about halfway. This was when he was on joy. Reid say well that's just too bad. That's the result of the election. Donald Trump wins and the other party is left standing there blinking at a president. Who now believes he can do anything he wants. In the natural national interest so of course all of our opponents in the global threat arena. That's North Korea as you said. Saudi Arabia has a very vested interest and keeping Donald Trump in his president of the United States and they use Israeli American and other subcontractors to carry out nefarious hacking and intelligence activities. This nation is going to be under attack cyber wise. Unlike anything that we've seen before not just this information. I think we may possibly finally see people. Put their hands on the thumbs of the scales of American voting machines or tally machines at the state level wherever they can and it will be sloppy. It will be so obvious that again. There's nothing we're going to be able to do about it because one side will accept the result. Isn't that exactly what happened? It will be sloppy. It'll be obvious. Where's Malcolm Nance now? This just tells me that it's bullcrap. The whole Malcolm Nance stasis is bullcrap and the only thing they were ever going to see in terms of like Russian hacking is is really orchestrated and not orchestrated by the Russians. It's like just a big theater because you're you're right and this is why you've been so baffled about this. They have not even brought in the idea that the Russian. That's not once which you did this. screwed up this caucus and it would be in the it would be right within the scenario. Because here's the Russian screwing up the Iowa caucus to who benefits the most traumas? Yeah exactly it makes sense there. Script says the Democrats are scripting. This and it's bullcrap during Russia's aren't doing any of this they can't. They're not quick on their feet. They can't add live. They can't go off script so they were flat footed. They didn't know they had this opportunity. If they were sharp they would've jumped on that immediately or someone should have at least said. You know who's laughing tonight Vladimir Putin that's who's laughing something young one of those in not a single one. That's because I think Dole fence I used to be a Democrat but I think the Democrats are stupid. Low Information voters. I have to To more independent things Emma from the young Turks. She was boots on the ground. And I think she was mainly in the Bernie Bernie camp and they have a quite connection there Long longtime connection to a Bernie Sanders with the young Turks. And here's her her feedback on the situation. The narrative that I think should be coming out of this is this place directly into Donald Ams right so the Democratic Party has no cohesive idea when it comes to combating Donald Trump in two thousand twenty. They want to nominate a status quo candidate. A moderate candidate at a corporate. This candidate like the judge or like Joe Biden They're unable to to coalesce around anything other than that. Except for kneecapping Bernie Sanders at every chance that they get but what they really needed to do with show that they were able to be competent in that they weren't the very corrupt party. Part of the corrupt system that Donald Trump ran against successfully in twenty sixteen. And when you have this completely convoluted process an APP crashing that. They didn't test before then. Just ask seventy year olds. Work this APP on your phone. As a part of the process didn't have any of the captains or people who were monitoring the precincts have any experience with Zap four at just east to the very incompetence that trump so effectively ran against in two thousand sixteen. So we're off to a great start. I thought that was funny applaud. That line was pretty good. Good very voice. Well we'll set up now was good So it can really only be a total incompetence which seems the easiest Be It could be nefarious. stuff from the outside or if one of one of the campaigns But when you see all the connections huge Silicon Valley Billionaires Hillary Clinton operatives operatives came paint campaign managers surrogate. It's it it starts to become suspicious enough that you could just say. Hey what's up with these people involved in the party to this degree and screwing up this badly and the woman who's in charge of this at Shadow but the acronym the seventy five million dollar a super PAC. Those that was running. That built this. You know she is supposed to be the The Democrat digital high priestess. And she's the one that's going to make sure that whoever the nominee is that that we're GONNA out digitize trump and his team is sad is sad shark sad a good start exactly and and we can't. We have to remember the just the day before a just a just the day before. Yeah because it was on Saturday or Sunday. The poll the most important poll from the Iowa Register Th- again it appears it was a digital problem that some wrong fonts were used. And therefore sometimes Pete's name was omitted. Jake tapper actually accept explains it differently not just trump is doing his own thing and then you also a series of events leading up to even before we get to Iowa that I think understandably made a lot of not just Bernie supporters but supporters of all democratic campaign skeptical the Des Moines Register poll. Not One of the most important coming out before deciding to get pulled out because they had a glitch sting so they decided in the interests this so when it happens in the advantage of the other party. It's Russian hacking and it's your party. It's a glitch. I just WANNA understand the terms to glitch and then last night or it was. Yeah it was last night. I don't it's been it's been so many days they'd really didn't get the coverage and I only heard about it through this Youtube Channel Status Quo who reported on it and that was again a data integra integrity issue two days after the caucus what the heck is happening with the results. From the Iowa caucuses. I know I started this video off with this the mile on my face. I promise you I'm not really smiling because it's gotten absurd at this point I I just. I don't even know what to think. The Iowa Democratic Party released results after been waiting and waiting and waiting. They released results. That got us up to eighty five percent of results then all of a sudden. They said they had to pull the results because there was there. Were discrepancies. All my God. What is going on here? Let's take what they said. Before I get into what I think about it. The Iowa Democratic Party there will be a minor correction to the last batch of results and we will be publishing pushing update momentarily. What's what you're telling me it's your two days. After the Iowa caucuses. You've had two days to report the results. I usually take about an hour to report so normally in past years we would have had results pretty much right away on the night of the caucuses here. We are two days later and not only. Are you slow trickling these results? But you're screwing them up in a really really shady way. So they went from sixty two percent to seventy one percent then to eighty five and then had to retract that additional that got them to eighty five percent because the data was wrong. I mean if this wasn't at some level corrupt then I got a wooden leg or I deserve one. It was. There is corruption here. Someone is clearly doing one or two things certainly trying to tap Bernie down the final results like what one tenth of a point of the delegates. Okay got it. Got The message and Joe Biden is know Cya Nora. He's out see and that's the narrative now. Oh he can't raise money. There's no money Joe's talking about a punch to the gut done. He's over so this this was but it was just like Malcolm then set. It was so blatant so obvious. And everyone just go. Oh well New Hampshire. That's it if Biden biting can sneak through he will win South Carolina and if he sticks around even if he doesn't advertise I think revitalize campaign. I'm not giving up on Yano. That's okay but I I do want you to know that the players Hillary's Doina should jump in but also take joe next. 'cause I don't think Buddhis- let's face. It is not gonna get it because nobody wants guy but strays but hardy doesn't want Bernie but boot what. Buddha judge is the story. He came out with a victory speech. And it really was amy. Klobuchar was the first one to say. Screw it I'm going up and saying we did. Great seeing New Hampshire. I thought that was bold. Move and I thought it smart The media completely completely covered that up and when all in on the P. Buddha judge taking Taking the victory lap. And then he arrives New Hampshire. The next takes another victory lap and it. I don't think it's related. But it's bad optics to have both the Buddha judge and the Biden Campaign And the Bernie campaign was it the Bernie. I think so using parts of this company services more like text messaging so just money flowing. It's just it's it's sick. It's sick what it is very very sad for the Democrat Party for Iowans. Who are just a I've been to Iowa and the people in our by the way racist everywhere. Msnbc in particular they kept having these Clinton people on black women primarily. Well you know the caucus are really racist because who has time on a Monday night to go out and you know that's white people but people don't have the time 'cause they're babysitting for the white people's babies the white people are going out to caucus that's truly the message they were sending so it's sad. Well it's an embarrassment. That's for sure. L. Sad. It is anyway it'll be blow over. It'll just go away after the next round but then they're going to have to reanalyze but I think pete will do well the next round. But it's GonNa Be Sanders and Warren. That looks like they're gonNA take this into end. Biden is going to be again in fourth. Oh yeah the Biden's out he's done. He was in these. No that's that's that's me. I know I know you look. I was wrong about the super bowl. I and it happens and you'll be wrong about Joe and I won't rub it in your face. It happens day will but who are they gonna? Who is going to get the nod? Well I'm dear. Times calls the shots and it's going to have to warn. I'm still waiting for the Hillary swoop. I'm still all in on that. It is so now Bloomberg is going to come in to do you know. I think people take him at his word. Well I if I don't win all support whoever is and oh though bring him in. He's got money bring him in. May and he knows APPS L. Maybe he maybe maybe he knows asman he maybe he does not very lot about APPs. Hillary still. On the Periphery Bay. That wasn't the end of the of the fun then. We had The the impeachment. This was a jam packed week. Yeah the impeachment was good. It was You gotta we gotTa do the Simply unimpeachable so went as planned and they wrapped it around the state of the Union address which will probably should be discussed. I really either direction. Three of edge of three events took bus. Wants to do it in time. One Minute speeches or ten minute speeches by each Congress will guy yes. Gal You mean Senator Senator got every senator got the the act for five to ten minutes and they all did and it was the worst took up a whole day or more and then they went to the state of the Union Address. It took a day off and then they went to the vote for the patient where they could. Jackson more and everything went according to plan. The Democrats were showboating as much as they could. And it was exaggerated by the news media coverage in it then when they got to the state of the Union address. We got to see. Wait a minute I don't see. Why do you WanNa do it out of order? I think it's important. I'm Deborah giving you the rundown we're gonNA talk about well. We got to the State of Union address. We got to see the president at his best in terms of Producing a reality. Tv Show and which had the drama of you still pass you just going to do it your way you want. If you WANNA talk about say the unions I have all these clips set time by state of the Union. You are your character. Ikea's let me stop 'cause I gotTa Finish and then we went to vote where they've let him go and that was the end state. Wait a minute now you yeah. You're right I guess I guess you're right. The vote was in the true true so I think well I wanted to stick with With the with the final speeches. I thought there were some interesting things going on there. But that's where we start with. Yeah do you have anything now I have. I don't have much about anything but the final speeches which was day was Monday. And what I have is a breakdown of Lisa Desjardins who from TV outing the coverage on PBS. To such an extreme. That that everybody that's ever been associated with this show is dead is rolling over in their graves is extremely one sided and this was on Monday before the vote and before the state of the Union. I WanNa play these and show you just how one sided and slanted? Pbs has become with Eiffel Gran and and her mentor. But let's listen to. This is the beginning. I want you to listen to the cheap. What she does she says. Here's what happened today. And she's doing. This is before the state of the Union so this is the first day of the three day event and she's GonNa play some of the clips of the people that are doing their ten minute discussion. And she what she does. And I'm going to show it here. She plays Democrat after Democrat. After Democrat after Democrat condemning the president a couple of Republicans not supporting the president but kind of condemning the Democrats were condemning the president. And that's the way the report went sounds fair. So let's start with impeach Lisa. Dj One PBS. Congressional correspondent. Lisa Desjardins begins our coverage at the capital. The impeachment jury is silent. No more may begin. Mr PRESIDENT SAVE ONE BY ONE MR PRESIDENT. I Rice voice I opposition to these articles of impeachment. I will vote to convict the president because it is the Senate constitutional responsibility. Senators took turns processing two weeks of arguments during which they were forbidden from speaking into ten minutes of remarks each so she starts off with D intro to the to the presentation and she has two clips in their one guy says. I objected the articles. And the other woman who is the Democrats the president's guilty so that's a little sloppy there so would now go to just Chiro rattles off forty six seconds worth the Democrats. And then you'll hear after that clip twenty nine seconds were the Republicans and listen to our. She goes on CLIP TO THE SENATE. Must now ask. Do these charges. Meet the standard for impeachment over most Democrats. The focus was a sharp the president and a conclusion that his push to investigate a political rival was a high crime. Donald Trump did it. He did it. He did exactly what he was alleged to have done. He abused his power. He committed impeachable crimes. He's guilty there's no question about it. President trump took this action to benefit himself personally and not for the good of the nation. What the president did was wrong. Unacceptable and impeachable. Democrats have waited days for this honing thoughts in hallways and in private and so have Republicans now so you can hear that vitriol on this side of the Democrats now. She switches to balance the report. She switched to the Republicans and and their counter to what the Democrats have done and she's already put in the mind starting with the Democrats. The mind of the viewer. The press guilty is pretty obvious and so have Republicans. Their focus largely blasting house. Democrats impeachment process. The House chose to skip the basic steps of judicial adjudication instead. Lep straight to impeachment as the first resort. There is no doubt that the house impeachment process was partisan politically driven and denied president trump. Some of his most basic rights of due process your balance. So we have no defense of the president's just the process problem and they say that we're trump defenders. Listen to this stuff and they're getting paid. Now we go to the mixed the anti where she wraps it by mixing back and forth back and forth a little back and forth again. You'll see the slant completely anti-trump slant and this is how she rap sleep as it did in the trial the witness question and the decision not to call any been permeated. The air with Democrats bluntly critical the Senate abandons its responsibilities when it blocked efforts to get the complete truth here in this chamber as a result there will be a permanent cloud over these proceedings. It makes people believe correctly in my judgment that the administration it's top people and Senate Republicans are all hiding the truth. They're afraid of the truth to that high powered charge Republican leader Mitch. Mcconnell responded with his own Volley at Democrats can certainly see why given president trump's remarkable achievements over the past three years. Democrats might feel a bit uneasy about defeating him at the ballot box. But they don't get to rip the choice away from the voters just because they're afraid they might lose again. Party divide is evident even in the search for meaning Democrats concerned for the future unchallenged. Evil spreads like a virus but Republicans eager to get to the future work. Together we bust. We will emerge strong ton challenged wins ause disappointing for viewers like you thought that was the most biased reporting. I've seen from them and she did. Just a terrible job. She just cherry pick the most vile stuff she could throw it on there and then had the republican sound like a bunch of wimps. That really didn't like the guy and you just worried about the process. There are process oriented is nonsense. I thought Shifts final Final little Didi was interesting and I kind of knew why he was doing it Which turned out to be true this morning. And this is just a piece of Of his final his final plea. This has become the president's defense and yet defense proved indefensible. If abuse of power is not impeachable even though it is clear the founders considered the highest of all high crimes and misdemeanors but if it were not impeachable than a whole range of utterly unacceptable conduct in the president would now be beyond reach trump could offer Alaska to the Russians in exchange for support in next election or decide to move tomorrow. Lago permanently and let jared Kushner run the country delegating to him the decision whether to go to war because those things are not necessarily criminal this argument would allow that he could not be impeached for such abuses of power. Of course this would be absurd more than absurd. It would be dangerous to what he's saying is is just absolutely absurd. But he's saying it. I I kinda figured it out but it's obvious this is what you WanNa do. You want that setting. Although it's the worst set worse television set in the world. Looks like you're in somebody's shitty bathroom with marble behind. You is just a bad set. Lightings bad shots wrong But it's really so that he can be turned into many many many political ads. It is midnight in Washington. The lights were finally going out in the capital after a long day in the impeachment trial of Donald J trump. You can't trust this president to do the right thing not for one minute not for one election not for the sake of our country. You just can't be he will not change and you know it history will not be kind to donald trump. I think we all know that. Not because it will be written by never trumpers but because whenever we have departed from the values of our nation. We have come to regret it. And that regret is written all over the pages of our history. If you find that the House has proved its case and still vote to acquit. Your name will be tied to Israel the cord of steel and for all of history. He is portrayed our National Security. He has compromise our elections and will do so again. You will not change him you cannot constrain them. Truth matters little to him. What's right matters even less and decency matters not at all. We have proven. Donald trump guilty now do impartial justice and conviction. It's going to be scary this election season orange men bad. I did not show the Bing Bing Bong Bong in there that's in the the visuals of course are fantastic throwing up Martin Luther King Obama all the JFK. That's a political ad against trump for but the Produced BY WHOM. You're right by the way everything that shift did. And everything he said especially when he was had the marble behind him was written as though is going to go into an ad it was Eleven films is the name of the outfit. That did it there in Portland. I don't know who paid them. I don't know There was one little funny ice. Oh that came out of the Schumer Schumer. Did some kind of stand up Presser. And he was orchestrating the press and this came out of his mouth. I'll do you okay. Thanks maybe someone who wouldn't want that for. Oh I got the whole clip. I have this part of it. This is Because I have the end of it is. I also have us in Eyeso- this is. Where's my Schumer Clip? Schumer is astounded. No mistake about the drip drip drip of evidence is going to keep coming out with each new revelation. Republicans are going to have to answer to their votes. They chose to turn their back on the American people and stand for a cover up. They chose us that hominem attacks finger-pointing leader McConnell couldn't even say bring himself to say what the president did was wrong. When you asked him a few minutes ago that's astounding that's astounding is pretty good. It's pretty cleanly desert. What the other one I have. I have that's competing with the one. You already prepaid for yourself but the overs attend car train. Today is up. I have this downing I so which is played in the yard. I show yeah. That's a dad that's old now. That doesn't come you cannot. I'm sorry there is just nothing that personally I think can go above my so but okay I was GONNA wait to play it at the end of the show again where it belongs but yes here it is a backup in a backup to that. Backup backup to the backup to the backup. I mean that's legendary that needs to be codified. Well we'll wait. We'll see what comes up. I'm big on your side on this because although I will say. What's what's the clip length. Three seconds it is it is I'm alongside it isn't alongside but you set the precedent you know what's going to happen We can't we have a choice. We can thank some people or we can go a state of the Union. Then thanks when people I like. I like the teas. But it's up to you. I think that we can let me think for a second. If we thank some people time is okay. Mine our lane gentleman. We are making important production decisions. These decisions do not come easy. What said if we're GONNA thanks. There's one issue that has to be destroyed has to be at least acknowledged supposed to say. Yeah well I'm all ears. I don't have the spreadsheet up yet. Let's talk about the state of the art. Not just go to. Let's go to the and with that. I'd like to thank you for your Kurds. Say in the morning to you the man who put the C. The cookie talked up John's back to you. Also in the morning to all ships to see boots on the ground feet in the air subs in the water. And all the dame's nights out there. 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Oh I did want to do one thing to rush. Limbaugh announced that he had staged for cancer lung cancer. And which is. My mom died of lung cancer so. I have some experience with from close up not good what what disappointed me though is that everybody immediately is like no. I really hear anyone say. Hey Man let's beat this overcome. Incredible odds try. It's like everyone's given up. The eulogies are already being written. I found that to find it very sad. I actually tracked a lot of this on twitter because I wanted to put together a newsletter. That shows a lot of the hate all good. Oh my God I hope he dies. Slow and painful death that asshole he supported. Birtherism is exactly what I read. It's like come on man died that but at some one I think one person put it everybody that saying anything about rush at all never listened to his show and they never have. I mean rush. Limbaugh show is not listen. They've listened to their show. They've listened to the format he pioneered. Because it's it's a format he pioneered you you listen to Sirius progressive. You know any of any of these talks oh channels. It's all the same. He pioneered an incredible format. Well let's talk about. De for a quick second talk should mater tied. I noticed this when it happened is because I used to always. I worked a lot of radio as abused substitutes host here and there in the bay area and did you go by the John. C divorce on air. Dj Everybody is Dean. J. J. C. D. And the old school will talk radio as you get on and you take a lot of calls. Yeah and it'd be phone calls and the phone call. Centric people would call Ryan right right. Limbaugh limbaugh didn't do that. He came up with a new theory. And I think it was based on the fact that he'd done talk radio for awhile or worked in Sacramento. Did some other things and he noticed two things. First of all of course he became very partisan because the fairness act was was repealed. He could just be a Republican right. Which is what he did. And so he didn't have to balance the show like you supposedly had to do in the past and but the other thing was he noticed that call in shows which is what most talk radio was during the eighties early eighties especially in the late Seventies. Were you take a lot of calls? And you'd kind of interact with these callers. And you'd be Geck and they talk. He noted that there were most of the call ins warrant as interesting as he was and why they were boring in many cases and they were to Rambagh they were hard to cut off and some of the more entertaining guys. Who DID TALK? Radio would hang up on guys and make a big scene about euros suck up right and that was always entertained but it was again it was gimmicky thing so limbaugh found that he would if he just talked it was talk. Radio One guy talking and Jackie talk and talk and talk and then maybe take a call to take a break right. Repeat himself alive over the three hours a day but it was mostly hamming talking and giving his opinions and that seemed to be more interesting than taking it a lot of phone calls so he never took a lot of phone calls the other guys who came along after him. We're the same way that they pretty much wiped out the call and part of the show and that includes the Michael Savage who just could talk for days and the big chatterbox Mr Chatterbox. Who can't stop talking. Is Sean Hannity? And I think he'd go three hours taking a call and that really changed the structure of talk radio and turned out to be what the audience wanted. They just wanted to hear a voice that was consistent and Jack and Adam in that's Rush rush made four hundred million dollars in one contract and We are of course the no agenda show and when we have anyone that is going through this. We have something for that and it's called the F. Cancer and I'd like to send one out from From me and I think from you as well John to Rush limbaugh got Karma. I get to meet him once and it was a just casually was ironically smoking a cigar. I've met him several times. We had the same Syndication Company and Very nice guy and and It was very clear in the pecking order at the syndication company. There's rush limbaugh and then really a whole lot of nothing then below the whale poop. That's where I came in that. I mean Rush Limbaugh. Certainly in radio businesses unparalleled the on all levels all levels let so anyway back into the state of the Union. Now there's walk a couple of I don't have any clips that one and but not from the state of the Union I just have some observations. I thought I thought it was reality TV at its finest hold on. That's too easy. That's you know it was reality TV. This was just call it what it is. What is the number one show in America? What is an show in America the bachelor? What are the probably the top ten shows in America? The television pundits can wrinkle their noses and squint. There is and say GAM- This was saying. I'm not saying you're I'm not saying you were I'm saying the pundits on pundit I am a pundit I want to stop because it's certainly from us our producers deserve to hear a little bit more about what was going on this Could not have been a better structured television format because that's what it was and. I think that once again completely. The establishment the media establishment underestimated trump's severely with what he does with these things. It's so obvious you take beautiful stories from people. You connect that to the ED. Tina said this actually wow. He's taking stories from people and connecting it to his outcomes. And it's a beautiful trap because you can say much like the Democrat rebuttal to the state of the Union which we can play three seconds That was pathetic. We'll get to that Where you say. Well there's Mary in In South Carolina and she's struggling. But when you put those people there and then you say and this is their struggle and thank you for being here. We had the redemption story. Hey man you were. You were alcoholic on drugs. You came back. You've got a Job. Thanks to the opportunity zones. Stand up other Black Guy. Who did that? I mean he was going after the black vote he was saying. It's and I think in interesting way. Also the Latino vote who are not for illegal immigration. The ones that are here legally and what people said. Well it was just like Oprah and Alan with you gotta you gotTa you know what look at the ratings. Do spags exactly. And You. Sound like elitist not you. You sound like elitist to spags because you can't stand that he did exactly what the American public wants. This is how we buy our washing powder through these types of shows. He did a brilliant job and then all my caught he presidential medal of freedom to rush. Limbaugh this thing has been given to Elvis Presley to Oprah Winfrey to end this is this is what this is a presidential show business ribbon and it's nice. It's a nice thing to get. It was like Oh this is then. He had the Tuskegee airmen who coincidentally had been during the he did the the coin. Toss at the Super Bowl He had the marine come home. This was just a fantastic show. People love it and if I the only thing I wanted to play from a punditry perspective Van Jones he did the same thing I don't remember it was before the election. He completely sees what trump is doing from the black vote and I think that in the numbers the way I understand the numbers the Democrats need the black voting block and if trump can shave off maybe even three percentages of people who show up to vote African Americans because a lot of them didn't show up a big bigger percentage. The Democrats would have liked to see in two thousand sixteen Then the Democrats can't win that is there. That's very important blocked. They pandered to it all the time. And here's Van Jones to explain what he sees and I think He put everybody on notice In the media as well as you guys don't see your idiots. I think the last twenty four hours have been a big wakeup call for Democrats. That's what I think The Iowa Caucus wasn't a bottle and this was a very strong speech and it shows what he thinks he needs to do to win. And I think that's very clinical about this. I think you're exactly right. He knows he's got to give a lot of red meat to his base and he gave for religious liberty abortion all of it the military etc. But he's doing something else and it has to do with how he's going to manage race in this thing and it seems to be a trade off between the Latinos and African Americans. That's what she's saying. He went hard on the sanctuary city. Stuff that is very very disturbing. It TURNS OUT. Sanctuary cities actually safer the non sanctuary cities the Cato Institute. Which is Libertarians? Come out and said that immigrants are committing crime so for some reason he thinks that doubling down on the anti immigrant piece is a big part of the thing at the same time a warning to Democrats what he was saying to. African Americans can be effective. You may not like it but you mentioned. Hvac our black colleges have been struggling for a long time. A bunch of them have gone under He threw a lifeline to them in real life in. This budget talked about that. He talked about the criminal justice reform he talked about Opportunity Zones. This little choice to listen wake up. He doesn't have to be effective. Should with Martin he stays and the thing about it is and I think that we we got to wake up. Folks the whole bubble thing that goes on and we said well he said asshole nations therefore all black people gonna hit him forever. That ain't necessarily so and I think what you're going to see him do is say like rhetoric but look at my results. Look at my record to black people have narrowcast. That is going to be effective. Which means as we move through this primary process. We've got to pay a lot more attention both to what's going on with the Latino vote or we're going to get benefit in terms of you know having them respond and with the black vote is going to be a split off for special blackmail voters we gotta be clinical about. This stuff gets all motion about it. That was a that was a warning to us a warning shot across the bow. Democrats that he's going after enough. Black FOLKS CAUSES. Problems is not just the white suburban voters and you'll remember second commercial in the first commercial block of the. Super Bowl was a trump prison reform. Add these things matter To Black Americans African Americans and also trump specifically says historically black colleges and universities. He's he's really trying to communicate to the Dos American descendants of slavery which is which is appreciated because so often as well black and brown yeah Black and Brown people that live over there. You know minorities. That's what African Americans want here. They wanted to hear what trump had to say and I think I think that was the killer blow. Well I'll go back to my reality. Tv comment. I think what was to me. The most interesting part about it wasn't these. Yeah he had all these guests come out and they were all many of them in tears for one reason or another which was again a reality. Tv mechanism But it was the fact that he would say something like we have to end all crime and he would get all the Republicans to stand up and all the Democrats to stay seated and many of them very well defined because the women decided to wear white Jan and so there was like this huge group of people that were seated with their arms crossed and they didn't show another words. They didn't want crime to be stopped. There was a lot of that murder even even women's issues they weren't standing up. They wouldn't stand for anything except one or two items in Nancy. Pelosi in the back. She was the cue. She would be the one again reality TV. She would be the director she would when she would clap. Pay would clap. If she didn't clap date in clap if she would stand day would stand. Shush them to a couple of times she did. She Shush something and I'm not sure what it was. But she would because they didn't booing they were doing and gasping and sighing. And I was so she points or no. You don't do that so she's like kind of the stage manager for the browns. Fortunately on screen the whole time. And did you see pence? Because he knew that he wasn't squarely behind trump. So he was askew his his right shoulder is actually not even touching the back of the chair. He was so tilted over to make sure that you could see his was looking for the land. Totally over there grumbling and that she was chewing on her cut. Oh yes. She's got to stop doing that to chewing away. She looks terrible and so that that to me was the best part which was the yes. Yes we're we're for peace and prosperity. Yes we are for peace and prosperity while the Democrats were sitting on their hands. No we're against peace and prosperity. We're all we're for murder mayhem was a they were. I think it was a sucker. He played a sucker. He suckered them. You know what it was. It was orchestrated so they would be embarrassed and there was a couple of things first of all his hair was a helmet he would turn his head and in the back of his hair would brush against his shoulder and the whole thing went for. I kept seeing his hair move. Like oh man. Just a little lighter on the spray in the back when he was talking about the two trillion dollars that we've spent on the military industrial complex and they cut to the generals. I mean they should have had thought balloons. They were like Do you know what we did with that. Where did it go where I saw that money? They look shifty. They didn't look very very confident. In this two trillion dollars. They've they've put into something now. There was another element to this. Which was the quote unquote fact checking? Can the fact checking thing is getting really old and stale and one of the things that you if you notice? He listened to fact check and they really didn't find a lot of facts that trump that were wrong they were just kinda questionable or borderline or trump would say something like three point nine million and they said no. It was three point eight five. They were like really re. They're nitpicking about some of these facts. You know so. They get added to the twenty five thousand lies. I I'd like to strengthen your argument because I got a little tired. It's actually more than sixteen thousand lies. This this is the thing this should be in the trump rotation sixteen thousand lies and and where and we'll get back to state of the Union. I'll just play this little little bit of this clip when I saw. I saw this clip Jimmy Kimmel and that made me dive into a defined out the moment. Donald trump put his hand on the Bible and swore to protect and defend the constitution of the United States. That was his first official lie as president and he just kept going from there. According to The Washington Post since taking office trump is racked up more than sixteen thousand false or misleading claims. Sixteen thousand two hundred forty one lies and that's just in public that doesn't even include the time he told Don Jr. He loves him that so that so I went and I wanted to find out who has tracked this. Since it's such a thing sixteen thousand sixteen thousand. It's The Washington Post The number they are have have database and the number is currently sixteen thousand two hundred forty one and of course it's not lies they titled as false or misleading claims. Just the first page just to give you an idea of what's in here. January eighteenth twenty twenty trump said. I Remember 2016. Sixteen the Election. The fake news they said trump is going to have a hard time winning. Texas. So that's one column. That's the false allegation or the lie on the right hand column. They have their debunked statement literally one line. Trump was always going to win Texas easily. So that's a lie. So what he said. There is a lie because that's their fact. Check trump was always going to win Texas easily. Let's see a couple of others since my election. The United States is way before you go on and I like this list. I remember when some people were talking about both Georgia in Texas. Possibly absolutely over but this but this is this is my point is it's very subjective claims Moore Jan January eighteenth two thousand twenty trump said since my election the United States has gained seven million jobs unthought of if I had said that in the campaign trail the fake news would have gone crazy the rebuttal because this of course is false trump sites how many jobs have been created since the election but not since the beginning of his administration. We've got him. Since he took office. He was six point. Six point. Seven million it's not seven million rounding up the next one January January eighteenth. I got the unemployment rate is now three point. Five percent the lowest in more than fifty one years the rebuttal from Washington Post. I have to voice for some reason. Trump always stretches s clad throughout twenty eighteen and twenty nine thousand nine low of three point. Five percent unemployment would be the best in fifty years fifty odd. This is the show that at the top of the list. Yes fifty nine fifty one because we dateline because they feel that when he said it. It wasn't a year that didn't have the exact number so it really was the best fifty years and not fifty one. That's one of the lies that can go through all sixteen thousand of them. It's stuff like that. It's called Aunt fucking and it's lame although very entertaining to read it it just you. It's crazy but it just points out the insanity people the Washington Post. The Post is insane here. January eighteenth they had to capture them they The migrants couldn't get over the wall they had to send trucks and ladders. They got stuck on top of the wall. They couldn't get down loaded up with drugs on their back. The Rebuttal News reports say. There's no evidence to suggest that the migrants were carrying drugs. I mean they take it. So they'd take such an odd stance anything. As a result of our reductions and regulations the average American household will save thirty one hundred dollars a year just on regulation cuts. Wrong it's not thirty one hundred. It's three thousand. You're wrong you're lying. Trump does the mind boggles the mind. Okay he's doing great for everybody but he's a liar because it's not thirty. One hundred is three thousand. Annink come on so that that kind of stuff that kind of stuff now. Yeah I loved how he did some of his own his own stories when and if you watch watch the video of course. I was really only watching Nancy. He starts and she's reading along. Stop Stop Dead. I never thought of that. Nancy is classic. Hollywood scene stealer. Yes he is. You're right. I'm buddies who your eyes can. Now you mentioned. I don't even remember seeing trump's expressions. You're you're watching Nancy Nancy unless his hair moved. I saw that and then but Nancy so he starts. He's she's reading along with the with the with the script which around this point she pre-tour. I'm sure you've seen that now on twitter. There's there's video everywhere. She pre tour the pages for her dramatic tear at the end. This is probably half an hour before the end. She already had decided that just what she was going to do. And he starts reading this horrific story about a a criminal illegal immigrant. Whose you know in this rampage. You went on but as he starts going California's the worst with this and of course what he said was Passing -rageous law declaring their whole state to be a four criminal illegal so we'll get into stanks ury moment but as he's reading that you need to go back and watch her face because you can see. She's reading ahead and see that he's going to read this. Horrific story of people getting shot at close range and her mouth falls open. And she's A. She's horrified that he is going to read this about her her jurisdiction basically her per state and and that's when the whole getting ready to tear the thing etc But the Stang I two. I immediately tried to register. Statuary DOT COM. It's all registered of course much faster than me. I have a clip skied Adams. Actually I thought did a pretty good job of discussing this particular Gaffe which was it. A Gaffe was not a gaffe and I thought this was pretty funny. And my favorite part is that when the president misspoke he's slurred a word. He was trying to say sanctuary city but it came out statuary city to which I said to myself. He's a natural he can make up a nickname kill. Shah for a person with two minutes of thought and it'll be like a permanent nickname that we all use. But he came up with a a San Francisco linguistic kill shop. It's no longer just. The sanctuary city has human feces on the sidewalk. It is quite properly a statuary city. Maybe it's it sure seemed like an actual flab but maybe maybe his brain is so talented. According to Scott Adams that his brain immediately recovers with something that the rest of the world will love. I don't know maybe maybe I have said. A lot of one liners that just not. I didn't mean to say that came from my subconscious won't sub-conscious camphor fake pine and when a job while I'm pretty funny. So one moment of the speech. I was shocked horrified dumbfounded. I mean this was the lie. There was a huge lie that I don't see at the top of the Washington Post Sixteen thousand lie database. This was the lie of the evening here this evening. A very brave man who carries with him to hopes dreams and aspirations of all Venezuelans joining us in the gallery is the true legitimate president Venezuelan. Wando he is not the true legitimate president Of the even the council or whatever. He was his his so called term ended. He held his own phoney. Baloney swearing in ceremony. He had to pretend to hop over. The wall of the of the parliament took to make a scene about. He's not he's not he's not the legitimate president. That was a total CIA. Whatever I don't know what he was thinking it really discredited a lot for me like come on and then Guido it was literally Obama just looked like Obama it almost looked like it had vulcan salute and maybe trump. That'll be funny to have like an Obama guy in the crowd that he could wave to. I don't know but I was up the way. I was appalled by that lie. I was appalled by it but this may be. He may have gone along with the program to get some Kudos for the New York Times. Who credited his his speeches. I Grand Slam for some reason. I think you could have just as easily taken. A An analysis of this speech and taking the opposite approach censoring how bad it was as a state of the Union speech. It's quite easy to do that. Of course was any of these things very subjective of course since the New York Times said Grand Slam. I'm thinking what what was the deal here. What was the quid Pro Quo Bra? Maybe that was part of it right. The I only got just a little piece of the of the Democratic response for good reason because I don't know what it must be something with the the sound engineers that the Democrats higher if they're not screwing up Joe Biden. Making sound distorted one channel. Oh vote for this woman She is what's her name again. John She's Russian governor of Michigan. Yes she's Gretchen whitmer yeah. It was almost like you know those. Asmar videos where the people you hear them do that. And they're eating and you hear stuff close miked. And that's what this was. This woman. She had white strands of sticky saliva in her mouth and the MIC was picking it up groundbreaking just nation to finally give. Medicare the power to negotiate lowered. Drug prices for America's seniors and families was three bills and more than two hundred. Seventy five other bipartisan bills. Just gathering dust on Senate majority leader. Mitch McConnell Steph. It's just everything. She said every word. She needed a glass of water or something. And of course you know now. The Democrats are afraid to drink water because every single time water comes up in a in a rebuttal to a state of the Union is always a big joke. Either you drinking too much too little. You'RE SP- you know it's just like it was the exact opposite of good television. It wasn't even good youtube. Asm are it was the WHO is really bad financing. She points out that all the sense not doing anything. Both Christian involves impeachment. And the mmediately do this little this a very short forty five second version of what soon as the impeachment gavel slammed down and the thing was over there was time left so Mitch McConnell Immedi at least took over the place as everybody walked out and this is a little bit of what you got to hear if you were listening to the after the impeachment just before he he closed the Senate. He's on all by himself pretty much. Doing the following we'd Anderson Sentence with the provisions of rule. Twenty two is that this is what you're talking about. The standing rules of the Senate do hereby new brand new clothes debate on the nomination of Philip M helper of New York to be United States district judge for the Southern District of New York. Seventeen senators as follows. The Nice we way without objection is unanimous consent that the mandatory calls for these cloture motions. Be Waived without objection. Shouldn't Adams consent the center presume legislative session and being a period of mourning businesses centers? Speak for up to ten minutes without objection from South Center Consideration Veterans Four nine three submitted earlier today report Senate resolution four nine three so he brought in seventeen more judges. What the Hell happened? And everyone's like already do impress interviews. He's like we slip in a few judges while we're still here in there and just blew away. Everything I mean. There's well this woman was bitching about the yeah. They're out doing press conferences. And he's in there running more judges through the system with unanimous consent. Yes night without objection Blah Blah Blah while. Have to know what you're doing to manage. But he was there doing it and then he closed the Senate he said there will be a journey until tomorrow at eleven went down with all this stuff it was just it was unbelievable now so then we had the really the the scene stealing moment without a doubt Which I think was very effective. In that regard Pelosi ripping up the the pre torn speech. That was just waiting there for her rip. She had three piles so she ripped three different times. Make sure every camera angle got one rip. That's true I I saw. I was watching very closely. That's what she by by the way the so-called snub he didn't shake his hand. Either you know and I wouldn't have shaken. Her hand enemy sawed off lady and she started by not saying traditionally. It's my great honor to present the The president of the United States in you know in our house didn't do that. So who cares? But the the the ripping of the speech I thought was very effective though. It detracts a lot from message. People are talking about that and not about some of the other things that happened. According to this edited C. Span Montage which of course is cherry. Picked C. Span. Has the call in line. You can call in as a Republican Democrat or independent and they opened up the phone lines after the state of the Union and this is a montage of Democrats calling on the Democrat line again. It's cherry picked but it's enough of them. See Kinda get the idea of what people thought of? Not even the speech but of Pelosi's action. I've been Democrat for seventy something years. What I've seen tonight of the Democrat Party. I am changing my mind. I mean I'd probably still be a Democrat before molecular for God. Dang Democrat never again. I am a Democrat as well but no longer will I vote Democrat. I think it's outrageous that they sat there when all these good things are happening to our country and how much we love our country and they looked like they hated our country and Nancy. Pelosi the whole time. She's sitting up there with a disgusting look on her face. It's outrageous I will never vote Democrat again and I'm sick of it and my whole family feels the same way my husband. My friends are sitting here all former Democrats. We all voted for Hillary last time and therefore never ever. Will we ever vote? Democrat again you know. It's always portrayed that the Democrats don't love their country we love our country and we want to see it succeed but it appears to us that our our democratic parties have been stolen from us by a bunch of Communist. Well our family ever vote Democrat again. I am literally disgusted with clothing and the Democrats behavior the way she turned up speech behind him at the end. I was a registered Democrat. I Have Gone Independent. I'm leaning GOP now with the simple rick of the paper. Nancy Pelosi has pretty much sealed. The deal of a re election of Donald Trump justice selection. No one gave me any any other. One on plants could be could be plants could get all lance but it was on C. SPAN. And at least three people watch that so it's influential. It's like a podcast on television. Basically like a party. It's just like a party so then of course you had the impeachment vote The next day and trump. I think he'd already done this. Mean before this where to show. Time magazine trump twenty twenty four twenty twenty eight twenty thirty two and it goes up to sixty thousand or whatever and with that but but I had my hair done on Tuesday yes indeed and And my hairdresser is Did she I consider her a friend? She's been cutting my hair for a long time. Jill's actually cuts by coincidence. The former New York bankers hairs we're only two male clients and she I wouldn't say she's a trump hater but she's kind of a trumpeter She's not a you know necessarily does he's kind of agnostic. But she straddles she's able to straddle in different dimensions but her dad is watches. Fox News all day and you know so. She actually said to me at some point. Maybe she was a little grumpy. He says you sound just like my dad. I'm like okay. Well let's change that 'cause I I that's really a comparison. I don't want to get a haircut from someone who's worked well. But she's very and I. We have a good exchange but then she said something I really think he's a true dictator. I said Yeah. This is what you're being really believe that says well. What if even if he wins reelection? What if he doesn't want to leave after his second term now? This is a smart woman and I looked. I said you really think you know that. This is just trolling right. She Says No. No it really happen and then I saw bette midler coup replied to his tweet with this this museum of him staying in to the year. Sixty thousand and this is all caps. 'cause bette midler just types in all caps. I guess key in this. You think this is a joke. Don't you it's not. He means it he will change the rules and his enablers will let him. If he wins again he will rule you until he dies. You die or both. Then you'll get you'll get and that's the end of it. She could not contain herself and she really believes this. And this is a problem if people don't see this humor if they really are taking that seriously. That's that's that's a problem will I? Don't have this clip. It was on on. Pbs NEWSHOUR THERE WAS. They were discussing this after the end. It was judy on the right and then there was a law professor from Yale or Harvard. Some woman it to to her right across from her and then a guy who is. I don't know who he was to be honest about it but it was a maybe a Republican and he said well he starts talking about that particular. Mimi says this is another example of apparently trump knows how to rub the Democrats nose in it and he just loves goading him because he knows all our hot buttons and it's he says is what's really bad here is is shows that there's a moment in history where the Democrats seem to have either. No either lost their sense of humor or have no sense of humor and estee as they as he's saying. This woman Disa- law professor was almost having a heart attack with a grimace on her face and she was shaking. I'm thinking wow this guy's nailing it in any. I said even to my hairdresser. That would be considered unconstitutional. And I know there's arguments at the constitution says you can yeah. No person can be elected to the vet the presidency twice Until there's you know question if you could be Come from you know like A Nancy Pelosi could become president or pence. Could become president. You can only do that for two years. I mean there's all these ways but honestly if it if it came down to trump ends. His second term won't leave office. I think I would go to DC to tell him to get the hell out. I mean it's ridiculous for any American to believe that the American people would allow that or somehow this trump army is going to protect him in the White House. No it's not going to happen. I have to remind people that just seem which is an old one before the term mean was around forever. Right this goes back to the I remember it personally. From Nixon there was mark Aim was out there. One of the guys who used to talk about the Kennedy assassination and he marked lanes that Nixon was working on. Weren't running for third term Davis finishes second term. But that's okay he's GonNa go for a third term. This came up with Clinton and this came up with this never came up with George H w Bush because he never got into ice by this came up with Clinton and Obama with George Bush and Obama to and Obama. That's right Obama. I remembered with Obama should mentioned. This is bullcrap. It's funny and I think he did this on purpose. Knowing it's going to get all jacked up forgot to mention the during the the statuary stat-statuary city Dead so today right after the the state of the Union Homeland Security I think it's acting homeland. Security Secretary said the Department of Homeland Security because New York state has declared itself. A sanctuary statuary sate stanks ury state. We are immediately suspending enrollment and global entry and all other trusted traveler programs for All New York state residents fantastic move. Because they're saying hey you got people who can be there illegally. Who who have Can come into the country without being checked because of global entry. That's over in Noma. Now you still get. You can still do pre check. But all of the Quick entry to the country programs are suspended for anyone from New York I said. Can you imagine how many elites will be? I have to stand in line now. Oh I can't just have to stay in line with the plebs. Let's make some work of this dammit. Bester trump crap crap. Yeah that was. That was a pretty slick move move. Yeah there's logic behind it drops trump says they're gonNA pass it because he had that get poor guy up there crying trumps. The State of the Union speech is they're gonNA pass a law that makes Eight you're able to sue a sanctuary city of some illegal. Oh right right right. Kills you in that city? You can sue the city for allowing that guy to be there instead of sending off the ice. I gotTa tell you this the illegals. It's a problem and out until they also just allowed everyone in New York state driver's licenses illegal or not to Texas does not allow that but people drive without licenses and for the second time it happened to happen Was it Thursday after the show as a little Vietnamese place. The keeper was working late. So I drive their park my car in in a parking bay and a guy at turns in. He's got an old cab repainted. A kind of Yellow Green. And it's the paint that the kindergarteners used to paint with now. Has that kind of really rough feel to it. And if you if you pass your hand over the car the kind of paint comes off so yeah of course. He turned right into the back of my car. I've got yellow green paint all over the bumper. It's damaged it's scratched. The whole thing's a mess. No Insurance of course the second time it's like no no insurance You know I'm sorry man don't makes me mad. Well Yeah but I have to assume that you're not the only guy in lesser targeting. You that's getting involved with these guys floating around with no insurance. No please don't do Jack about it. I know it's like okay. So now he paid me some money and he can pay me some more next month and I don't want to say anyone the jailing nine want to do that but unlike now come on. Let's just you need insurance. You'RE GONNA drive. Follow some rules dammit. Piskunov currently well. Yes it does it. Does I think our there's your fault it is my sorry. I exist Well I think Is that it for For the State of the Union. I think we've done everything. I'm glad there may be alone clip. There's only I got one here There was one clipped. It mentioned it just to some of the way. This is the Minnesota collecting a personal information because they used to be a caucus state. Now they're trying to be a primary state now. It's become a big big to-do because there collecting personal information to get you to register. Play that clip and get it out of the way to save taking centre-stage just days before the Minnesota legislature heads back to work Secretary Steve. Simon wants her information to remain private for the first time. Minnesota's holding a primary to vote for presidential candidates that means voters here will have to declare a party to get a ballot as it stands now that information will then be shared with all four major political parties in Minnesota Democrats Republicans and to marijuana parties are no limitations in the law whatsoever on what the political parties can do with that data could sell it. They could give it to vendor. They could give it to a friend group. They could even posted online if they wanted to go boo boo. Who Do you think that's marijuana parties? And that's not that's not bad. This is a quick. Ot segment one clip only jingles. This is what's come in. Introducing watchmen home by record. A first of its kind license plate recognition solution designed for everyday use lie utilizing your existing security cameras to recognize the license. Plate of a vehicle watchmen home. Gives you the ability to protect your family and neighborhood while also further automating? 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You'll get you'll love license plate recognition put some license plates in there so we know who you trust and promised store that in the cloud is not a problem. It's it's only a matter of time before we we as Shit assassins we'll have access to to the back end databases You know it face rotational recognition. Same same thing. It'll just be just walked past. Someone polled your phone up It'll flash DOUCHEBAG okay. Let's leave you alone talk to you. It's going to change things so dramatically and people will see it as great like this. He assumed the idea is that is the problem you roll you. Identify problem now you. So here's here's how they're selling. This is great the videos even a little better. It's in the show notes in show notes DOT com. You because you have your own license plate. Of course you want to put that in there and you pay you pay for the privilege. Pay Five dollars for random. What the company called watchman? Thanks to spy on you to when you roll up to your house. It'll automatically identify your license plate and open the garage door. This is progress so so in other words. If I'm a thief I know where you live. You and I'm driving around car with green paint on it. I can like backup Block your way out and you could argue with me. While an accomplice of mine goes into the front of your car bending down they can't see you can't see him takes your license plate off runs it over to another car puts on real quickly while you're still in dispute with a guy jumps in the car drives over to. Your place drives up to the driveway to garage. Door opens because they see your license plate he drives into the garage door. Robs Your House Yours? Armlock automatically lights go on and some nice music comes on so you can rob in peace. I wonder in peace calendar is you're there to pick up teen our some meet up with her. And so you might what I just described as a scenario. How would that work? Oh it's going to work. It's totally GONNA work. So there you go. 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Go back to Victor Victor Bosca's in San Antonio he did send something in it was he sent in a fiesta. So Texas fiesta stuff. Couple of challenge. Coins You got one. Oh and he said a copy of Twit magazine I got hold on a second before you reveal. I received from him. I did get a challenge. Coin the Info Technology Challenge coin. But then the I don't know if you've got this I got a beautiful detto. Twenty Twenty. Let me see what he categorizes here. As collectible San Antonio Fiesta Pin Medal of Twenty twenty it has a blue ribbon. And this beto on a skateboard. That's the one you got as well. I think so very collectible. What a what. A beautiful item. We'll have about one hundred these on sale here. Qvc So once you get undecided and right now and call them but the twit magazine. I didn't even I. I left it in the envelope through it. That's yes I didn't want this laying around the house. His point of sending this it's twit this week in Texas and it is a little magazine. Sent it to prove that the name twit was used way before it was this week in technology at the the interesting. Well you would you describe this Twit magazine to wit well. Let's just say I? I'll try to remember to put a picture of the cover on the next newsletter. If you're not a subscriber you're GONNA YOU'RE MISSING. You're missing out if you and so. Yeah IT'S A. It's a gay magazine for that. The highlights bars and activities of the gay men in Texas Area. Texas Very Hunky. Nude men in this magazine. Brel buffed guises chests seems to me his legal to have a guy's chest like Dat Exposed women shouldn't have any law against that either. But I digress. They do have all the bars. Listen I I didn't know I sent you a cop because I was gonNA recommend some of these bars to us. Cash trick you going here. There is one difference between twit the magazine and twit the The network the magazine doesn't actually have Dick Pics. So that's the big difference. Yes saving it all day. Brother is a very very funny magazine. But it's extremely but anyway the the names at classic like San Francisco has a lot of really fabulous bar names. That are pretty obviously only idiots not know that they were were gay bars right But the one there I thought was the iron bear in Austin NASA one. I wanted to go. Oh yeah got the iron bear. Let's have to meet up there. That'll be great. That sounds good. Oh Man let's see. I hate to tell you this. Let's do something about anything. But trump got the Weinstein. If you WANNA oh no. Of course. We want the Weinstein Watson. I think that this clip well before we do. I do have a humorous clip. This Weinstein isn't humorous. The unavailable for comment clip from Ktla as a few months is some six months ago. Somebody sent it to me the classic TV. A gaffe of unknown gaffe to a classic standup woman is out in the street somewhere. We're doing a story which hide to reach out to the man who died in this pursuit. They were unavailable for comment mycobacterium. I thought we played that one already. I still I played a million times. The dead person was unavailable for gene remains unavailable. We've checked is still unavailable for comment. Daily keep trying and he won't talk all right now. This is disgusting and if anybody has kids. They're one listening to this. I of course the KIZER WANNA list do. It is pretty gruesome. This is worse. I think than the other clip and I very question I think is questionable but again this went over the air so I have to assume the FCC approved of this sort of thing Or would but this is a Another woman came on and she's not really one of the complainants but she might as well be and this is she but she's backing up the complaint that that Harvey is a creep. We learn a few new things. This is lauren young and she's being examined by the prosecutor and told a describe what we tried. This is once again a court. Tv Court TV. Romito reenactment and this. I just wanted to 'cause it's important that we set our properly. This was a winning segment on the last show. So many people even lawyers like. Oh my God this is insane. And it's such a brilliant idea. Why these guys don't turn this into a podcast. They're wasting their time on television because this is some of the best audio entertainment. I've ever heard well. This case is pretty. This is worse than the last one. I did. Cut It down. This is from a six minute cut by. Cut It down to take out some of the foundational questions that the lawyer would ask him to create foundation for another question and a lot of it was pretty bill. I'm sorry WanNa so that when you hear the lawyers say 'cause there was some question about that from the previous clip Foundational you kind of explain that there because it seems to be objective. Jackson Shan't just jump into a question without laying down a foundation that makes it to jump into that question without Without getting a objection for relevance to kind of the opposite of how we operate on this show. Yeah we of course the way I clipped his down. I just pretty much put the good stuff in. Hello IF YOU WANNA call it. Good stuff to be honest. That sounds good. We learn more about Harvey's private parts that we didn't want to know and apparently they pass around pictures of him onto the jury harvey sitting. Now this guy must be on on PROZAC or something to be able to put up with this with just say I'm guilty. I'm guilty throw me in jail. I can't take it anymore. But here we go get afternoon good afternoon. We left off this morning with you. Having followed the defendant into a bathroom correct. What point did you realize that you were headed into a bathroom? Once I made that last right turn and was entering. The bathroom is when I realized there was no other room outside of the bathroom again. What reason have the defendant given you for having left that bar area to continue our discussion about America's next top model and he indicate that he had somewhere to go at that point three to accept an award with Wind Tarintino? I'm going to put up on the screen briefly people's exhibit eighty-seven in evidence. If you could describe for the jury what happened at the point. You got into the bathroom. So I followed harvey in and Claudius behind me and as I step into the bathroom mirror straight ahead and I look at it in behind me. I see Claudia. Closing the door. Harvey went straight to the left into the shower opened. It turned it on already started undressing. I turned around and the door was finishing being shut. Stood there in shock and I. I started nervously laughing and shaking my head and I went to go towards the door to approach it and he was already naked at that point. The quickest I've ever seen anybody undress and he stepped in front of me when I went to approach the door with his naked body. At that point he was right in front of me and the door was right. Shower door was right behind him and it was also blocking the door to the bathroom and I could see a shadow through the door and underneath that someone. Claudia was still standing there. What happens next so as they approached the door and he gets in front of me he starts. No we're just going to have a talk here. We're just talking like it was nothing that he was naked. Rinsing off real quick and I just come up here for just what I thought was to continue a conversation and he starts approaching me and I'm backed up backed up towards the sinks to things so I turned because did not want to look at his naked body and he came behind me and unzipped my dress and start pulling down. That was wearing a white dress with lace in another undergound underneath it and he ends up dead and started pulling it down and turn me around and then he was masturbating and grabbing my boobs with his his my right breast with his left hand and with his right hand seeing. How am I going to know if you can act and I said no? No no the whole time that I had a boyfriend. That was not interested. My hands were down win. It he his line was. I WanNa make sure you can act. Is that what it was? Yeah that's fantastic. And then he was masturbating and grabbing my his my right breast with his left hand and right hand seeing. How am I going to know if you can act and I said no? No no the whole time that I had a boyfriend that it was not interested. My hands were down to my side because the dress was pulled down towards my elbows and my breasts were out and at that point. He went from grabbing my breasts. My right breast touching my vagina. My hands are still down by my side so I blocked him with my hands and he continued to masturbate and Jackie late on the towel when he approached me quickly off with and dropped as soon as he approached me. He ejaculated onto that. Tell what happens next. He left the bathroom. I and I stayed standing there in shock. Do you remember anything about his body or at that point that he took off his clothes. Yes can you describe that for the jury I remember? His body was hairy. Had Moles like on his roles. He had some roles he had kind of a disgusting looking penis. When you say that could you just describe what you mean overall? It had looked like it had been cut and sewn back on not like a normal looking scar from circumcision. It did not something. Didn't look normal and I just remember noticing that and didn't release Masek. It just seemed like a penis. Did you at some point in October of two thousand eighteen. Meet with people from the LAPD at that point. Did you attempt to describe what you were just describing to the jury? Yes do they ask you to draw a picture of what you remember about the defendants body? Yes they did. Wow to first of all you probably should have disclaimed a little bit more. This can be discontinue triggering and shocking to some who've been in a similar situation yes even our producers can be shocked by this. The sad part is I've read There's a big article about his lawyer. And if you've seen this is the woman who Defends Sexual Predators. She's only ever lost one case reading through what she says. And how she interprets the evidence he's going to get off and it's not a double entendre joke. He will not be convicted of these crimes. There's only two left of this which this is one. I think this is just one trial for these two women. He's not going to get convicted. Hate to say it no. I felt that way too now. The thing that was interesting in odd way is that I believe that he must have had a period of time in the seventies is. You're going to the genitals. Yes I'm interested in your take on this where there was a period of time where you could have this operation to to make your Penis longer it was a it was like a popular operation. I think and I think Hollywood people would probably be susceptible this kind of thing because there is so susceptible to anything I think he had one of those operations because that way she describes it it sounds as though he had you know a a transplant. While in and no testicles apparently scar thing crappy looking she said it rolls fat rolls with lots of Mold beeped out but I think she said looked like he didn't have any ball sack. I think that's the term she used. That was then bleeped out But it's a disturbing. Oh my goodness this whole testimonies and by the way is just I cut this down to a three minutes of a of hours and hours of different women coming out with these horrible stories and really a court. Tv's really has to be commended for bringing some of this changing the way these are presented. They've done a really masterful job. This is not the only case. They're discussing those other cases a lot of murder cases and serial killers. They have a lot of different people that they they're following. But it's astonishing product and you can get it on as you said is on Pluto. It's mostly over the air around the country on a sub carrier like this is on channel. I think this is for me. It's channel four point four. Oh it's over the air. Yes wise. Four point four. Of course. Of course. Yeah yeah all right well. That was a winner. That's a winner but just from the Little Han flu update or the Influ as we as we call it a couple of producer notes. That are I think interesting to know how this is being handled. Certainly in the United States Adam and John My co worker Jerry. And his wife. You flew home last Thursday. Nobody said anything to win. They arrived in the US who they came in from China they thought someone from the CDC or the airline would wind information nothing. Ge told him to stay home for fourteen days before coming back to work. That's it then. We HAVE PRODUCER STEVE. Ataman case you interested regarding the economic impact of Corona virus. Here's something anecdotal. I'm a small manufacturer. I'm in the process of prototyping a new piece And missed the Spring Festival Aka Chinese New Year deadline January that means the circuit board designs. I submitted after January nineteenth won't begin until the factory opens February first but when I checked my order status February I was notified. The factor would now remain closed February tenth due to an internal public travel ban. Basically means I won't be able to do any revenue generating activity for the new gear. This month I'm already prepared for boom bust on the sell through side but combining that with the supply problem makes the Butthole pucker a bit. Yeah you know. People often think only about maybe apple. There's a lot of small businesses that depend on the jit the just in time supply chain from China and an anonymous note The Postal Service and Australia is telling its workers. The virus can't live outside the human body for more than two hours so no need to be worried about the hundreds of Chinese parcels that are handled every day the hospitals and medical professionals. I have spoken to say the virus will stay on a contaminated thing dormant for two weeks and still active. I don't know if that's true. But that's what our producer writes Once activated the contamination is permanent and dangerous. I feel the misinform information. Postal workers being exposed to will increase the spread and severity of the pandemic. Please help raise awareness. It's harpies for the lungs may be true but I I'm still kind of sticking with the you know the The targeted nature of this that we were talking about another brilliant automated. No agenda episode. Thank you dame Jennifer that was I if I hope we get some real viral traction on on that because that was one of the best deconstruction of of the Wuhan virus that I think anyone's done anywhere and it was hilarious. Larry opt in Hong Kong unveiling electronic tracking bracelets for people who have what. Wuhan are quarantined to their home. Five hundred already put out there. We have officially designated Camp Ashland Nebraska. Four corentin that is an actual FEMA CAMP. Ladies and gentlemen were getting there. We're getting to the FEMA CAMPS NEXT. We need we need to have pictures of thousands of bodybags thousands. Have you seen the pictures? Though in Wuhan people are so freaked out. They're throwing their pets out the window. Not seen that. Yeah this dead dogs all over the place during their pets out. They're afraid the pets. The information flow is is not the best. I guess in China No. I don't think it's the best and And so they're afraid that their pets may be carrying the virus and so they've thrown out the window. They can't go outside. No it's not right at all but that is what's happening that's can this is not going away and then the one thing. I wanted to bring up because it was irritating me and now now. It's kind of freaked me out a little bit When the when the China trade deal phase one came out. This is tyler is a big deal. You've got this two hundred million two hundred billion dollars that the Chinese are GonNa spend so I read through this document just to see kind of what it was. And it's it's a very typical Document between big countries. Actually bring it up right now because there was one the very last line in this agreement is going to scroll back to the PDF here. Yes the very last line is not in this part is you know you always have the What can what can break the deal apart. You know you always have some kind of provision. Yeah the out-clauses the out clause and I'm not sure why not seeing it here but the claws says I wish I could quote it for verbatim. The clause says that should anything happen to either parties beyond their control. This would normally be called the force majeure clause but they don't say that so. This is like an act of God or Anything that happens outside of the party's control. Then the parties will immediately get back together and basically the deal then gets reset which is not abnormal. What if all of a sudden you know we get attacked by New Zealand and And and we have different priorities or whatever we have to change and we have to sell our corn somewhere else which is fine. However this agreement was signed on January Fifteenth Twenty Twenty. When the Chinese fully well knew they had an epidemic going on in. Wuhan is not in Good Faith. They knew it and they signed it with this clause in it. Well a lot of people say this with the Chinese. Do well pretty low if that's indeed what they did. That's why the Chinese themselves won't do business with themselves unless they're you know the person for pretty much their entire Which is if you want to do business with Chinese and you want to. And they're legit but you don't. You can't take a chance. You have to do a lot a lot of being friendly in knowing them and make sure you're not a criminal kind of for a day. I mean they do that with you. You have to prove yourself and you have to take the Chinese. They have to do the same thing. And I hope that this is a lesson to To us and many other countries and people and manufacturers who do business with China now everything's great and Hunky Dory until you learn that those guys not until those guys don't really have the don't follow the same laws as we do even the same cultural agreements and you know you've got billions of dollars held up and you're screwed you know. And so in a way the crazy old coot commerce secretary Wilbur Wright by saying that this would probably be good for us it will build up some capacity in the US. I'm still I still don't think that this is going to affect Caucasians There's now kind of kind of evidence saying that this may have actually Come out of the Middle East and it was adapted and through the Netherlands it was smuggled back into China and you know it is a bio weapon and in fact if you look at the the the increase month no day over day. Starting January thirtieth. Here's the numbers. January thirtieth one hundred and seventy deaths confirmed cases. Seven Thousand Eight hundred twenty one. That's eight two point. One percent death rate January thirty first two hundred thirteen desk confirmed nine. Thousand Eight hundred. Oh guess what. Two point one percent fatality rate February first. Two hundred fifty nine eleven thousand. Eight hundred eighty diagnosed. I guess what it's two point. One percent death rate every single day. That's interesting from a mathematical standpoint. Is it engineered to do that? I don't know the main thing is we don't know and I thought with trump saying pretty much nothing other than ever got to be careful of this stuff keys all over this. He's got to know what's going on. He must I still think he's holding something over the whatever's going on we'll it'll come out eventually in the wash but we are not being true told the truth about any no. You don't know anything we don't know. Jc ACC- dig up some more stuff. Pam got a couple leftover things talking about this kind of Harem scare a moment. This is not been played anywhere except in Minnesota. I only caught it because I'm listening to CBS and Minnesota. But this is the fake emergency message if you heard about this. No I haven't but We're about to a number of. Something's got a dose of panic with their breakfast this morning and emergency alert system sent them a message to evacuate. The message was part of a weekly test by Minnesota's homeland security and emergency management. It was mistakenly sent to residents of six northern counties as Bill Hudson explains now the state is trying to determine what went wrong many folks in Pine City. The day began with a far more disturbing tune that seven fifty two. Am cellphone sounded with an emergency alert? Evacuate now well. It would concern me but I wouldn't know what to do where to go on the way to evacuate to Pine County Emergency Management Coordinator Denise Beran says dispatch was overwhelmed with panicked phone calls. The state's message was both alarming and vague. It hits the phones. Reisen phones primary for this. Kony and created panic. The alert omitted the word. It was only a test and was not intended to go. Public probes now underway to find out what went wrong homeland. Security emergency management reached out to every nine one one call center and the State of Minnesota to let them know of the message that had gone out in advertently. They did that within ten minutes. Yeah again the report goes on by the way they do it with the situation in Hawaii was but it was like this was a story. Nobody wants to pass around this story. Of course we don't want people losing faith in technology you know like During caucuses and stuff so pathetic and of course amidst all of this actual news as reported only by one America news is not reported. I at least I would expect PBS NPR to be all over this FBI. Head of Christopher Ray in a statement to a court Friday apologized in response to a scorching DOJ inspector general report exposing FBI abuse of wiretapping and surveillance. Warrants issued under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act otherwise known as FIFA raise. Apology comes comes as a result of Pfizer court looking into the wrongful surveillance of trump advisor Carter page in a statement to the FISA court. Ray writes that the FBI behavior surveilling the trump campaign was quote unacceptable and unrepresentative of the FBI as an institution and that the FBI deeply regrets errors omissions identified by the inspector general errors and emissions. That allowed the FBI to continue to survey what we have now learned completely. Innocent trump associates like Carter. Page George Popadopoulos in General Mike. Flynn president trump responded to the apology on twitter. Indignant at the lack of justice for those harmed by these FBI abuses of power. Chris what about all of the lives that were ruined because of the so-called errors? Are these dirty cops going to pay a big price for the fraud they committed? President trump has relentlessly attacked. Fbi leadership for being quote cooking. This admission from Ray is vindicating not only president trump but for the Washington set that has long suspected the FBI to be a corrupt and politically weaponized institution. And of course the way this produced in her read doesn't make it any more interesting not to follow. Obviously this this is a problem. You have a news. Organization is actually breaking stuff. That other people won't touch with a ten foot ten put a ten foot pole. 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Get Plan B Right (feat. Michael McFaul)

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Get Plan B Right (feat. Michael McFaul)

"The hello and welcome to the daily beans for friday august twentieth. Twenty twenty one today. A maga terrorists drove a bro. Dozer into dc and threaten to bomb what he thought was the capitol building and mo brooks cheered them on biden uses the full force of the feds to intervene on mass mandates and states that refused to issue them. New york attorney. General james says the nra must be dissolved and an alabama doctor is refusing to treat patients. That refused the vaccine. I'm alison gill. And i'm dana. Goldberg surprise you leaves. The fries said we started laughing during the tiny segment of a break. And i'm dana. Goldberg goldberg suck in america. I love it. Yeah know 'cause you're not even supposed to be here today but you are because amy's off traveling the world doing something brad being on a boat somewhere being hot. And so it was like dana. I know you're done travelling. Can you cut. And you're like yes. Can i got your back so thank you my pleasure. Thank you my sister. Okay now later in the show. I'm going to be talking with former. Us ambassador to russia under obama and author of the book from cold war. Too hot piece. About what's going on. With ukraine and russia you know him as michael mcfaul and It's a really interesting conversation. We talk about afghanistan. I don't agree with them on everything. But i want to get other perspectives. In here. as you know we are now evacuating seven thousand people per day it was. I think four thousand yesterday. We dog doubled that today. There are twenty planes waiting. We've got six thousand people on the ground in afghanistan. They're securing the airport now. We're just trying to stop the taliban from stopping the afghans from coming to the airport. And so i personally think that despite what the mainstream media says that this extrication of all of the folks On the ground that we need to get out is going very well yes it should have started earlier but the biden was told not to by the afghan government. And now we're getting reports. That intel knew that that the taliban was closing in afghanistan was gonna fall to the taliban. You know what again it was never gonna be awesome and mistakes are made and we'll figure out what those were and we'll make sure it doesn't happen again. I mean did you see motto. Last night with the the story of zack and his family. Oh god i har- heart wrenching and it doesn't often cry. i mean. I've seen the last time i saw her cry was when she when she mentioned a couple of years ago the camps for the tender aged member when they were at and she and she lost it a little bit then. That's the last time. I saw her cry other than this. These were tears of joy. And i was so happy for the ending. I think we were all watching that like come on. Come on i shouldn't say heart wrenching. It was heart warming. but it's still. Is that feeling like the nevada terrify. That's well set. And i think that the main point that she was trying to drive home as look this was with the full force of somebody back in the united states using every single phone number to every single resource. They had to help get this one family out and the there are thousands of these families and you know it reminded me of you know. I got a bunch of help and recognition for mike claim for ptsd for military sexual assault. Because i was in a movie. I was in an oscar nominated movie right and i. It kept me up at night about the thousands who weren't in a movie right. And so i think that probably the media is going to be focusing on these stories and and continuing to to bash the biden administration for for not starting earlier. And not looking at the successes. But you know we're going to seven thousand people out and more tomorrow and and and our pentagon has said august thirty first is arbitrary date it we will take how long it takes and you know malcolm nance said to us yesterday. Look we have the ability to take the whole country back over. The taliban isn't going to stop us from doing what we need to do. Right but right now. They're giving us a little bit of leeway in the quote unquote kinder gentler. Taliban is is trying to. I guess seem legitimate. On a world stage they get un recognition recognition as the legitimate government of afghanistan. I don't trust trust them at all. But it is giving us a little bit of passage a little bit of safe passage for the time being. We'll see what happens on august thirty first. Anyway that's the afghan update. I'm i'm so glad you're here today. We've got so much news. I'm your co-pilot we do. Let's see let's hit it. Let's get to the hot notes. Notes all lead story today a man who claimed to have a bomb with him in his pickup truck and his bro- dozer near the library of congress surrender to you authorities thursday afternoon ending an hours long standoff in the heart of the capital. Us capitol police said in a twitter message. They were checking suspicious vehicle near the library of congress. The cannon jefferson and madison office buildings had been evacuated. Police say there was a possible explosive device in the pickup truck. Though no explosives have been found at this point. Congress is not in session this week. Us capitol police chief. jay thomas monger or major. I don't know how to say his name said. The incident started around nine fifteen. Am when the man drove a black pickup truck onto the sidewalk outside the library of congress at first street and independence avenue. He said the driver told an officer responded to the call that he had a bomb and the officer said he saw what appeared to be a detonator mango manger said negotiators. Were hard at work talking to the man. Negotiating was hoping to have a peaceful resolution to this incident. Because he's a white guy and of course when the police came out and gave a press conference they said well he's let me actually read it to you because it really is serious. Actually you can definitely read it. It really really pissed. I'm going to bring this up here do do they said the suspect has been dealing with trauma. There are personal burdens laying upon him You know and i tweeted. Hey i've had. Ptsd for twenty years. I've never once thought about driving. A bro dozer filled with explosives to blow up the fucking capital. I know he got the building wrong by the way but what that's shit narrative and i stand by that message and they always ended this way. It seems like the white guy always gets the. He's got mental health issues and it. Sarah and a black and brown people thug former drug dealer was probably on. Opiates probably carrying a bunch of fenton. All we shot him yup and This it just never ceases. It never ceases to amaze. I mean a shocking disappointment from the media on this and i think cnn even was a big part of this narrative. And you're like no. You all should be doing better than this. This isn't even a bipartisan news. Explaining this is just they're just it's bad it's just bad journalism period. Well he his parents just died or something. I mean you know. This is how we all cope with the loss of a loved. One right we we put a grab a fake detonator and put a bunch of big gunpowder in our crotch and drive to the capitol. It's what i do dana took. That's my coping mechanism. You know you can't fault me for that and yes. He has mental health issues. kind of just what. I wanna talk i. There was someone who tweeted after that and listen to the listeners. When i do see these tweets. And i i think about them and i take them to heart but also i want to explain myself. Someone said to me that they wished i would stop equating the stupid people on the right to having mental illness and it triggers them and listen. I don't ever want to trigger anyone intentionally on this show however when i say that when i'm talking about the people on the right that have mental illness. I'm talking about people like this. That think the end of time coming. I'm talking about the guy screaming at the school board meetings at the top of their lungs about how we're killing children now. I'm not going to wear a mask because freedom puping that stupidity but there is a mental health issue in this country with this coal following in these people. That are so delusional. And so. that's what i mean. When i say that a lot of people would benefit from a psychiatrist and they. They are dealing with mental health issues. I worry about them. There is something wrong. These people are ill. Yeah in one doesn't cause the other right mental health issues. Don't hundred percent mental having a mental health issue doesn't cause you to drive to be an insurrectionist mental health issue. You doesn't cause you to do those things. You're just an asshole. Mental health issue doesn't cause you to to be stupid right but you can be stupid and violent asshole and also have mental health issues. I think i think it's important. And i'm glad you brought that up. Because neither of us are trying to equate the two. They're mutually exclusive things. That i remember watching orange is the new black which is one of my favorite shows ever and they portrayed these x. These veterans that are now prison guards with ptsd as like. It's because they were veterans that there are these rapi raging assholes. No of course it can exacerbate it but these are assholes that also have mental health issues. You know and so i and and another thing i'm trying to be careful about is to say whoa. That's crazy i also. I'm working on that myself. But yeah i think it's really great that you're clarifying that. Neither of us would ever say that one causes the other or that. They're related at all. Right and i think there is a lot of stupid people on the other side that do not have mental health issues. I also think there's people on our side that clearly do not have mental health issues. There's they're smart people who have mental health issues. There's violent people who have mental health issue. I mean it's their mutual The same the other side of the same coin. Whatever the hell that saying. I will also be more cognizant that i don't throw that around if that's the case i don't remember doing it but i also want to be very careful with that you and i have both been more cautious of saying that's insane that's crazy. 'cause i know that it does trigger some people. So yeah me and and thank you for pointing that out and you know we. Will you know clarify. Yeah absolutely now on to the next story. We've got president biden and he's escalating his fight with republican governors. Who are blocking local school. Districts from acquiring masks to protect against the corona virus now said wednesday that his education department would use its broad powers including taking possible legal action to deter states from barring universal masks in classrooms. Mr biden said he had directed. Miguel cordona his Education secretary to take additional steps to protect our children including against governors. Who he said are quote setting a dangerous tone. In issuing executive orders banning mass mandates threatening to penalize school officials who defy them. Now mr cordona said he would deploy the education department civil rights enforcement arm to investigate states that block universal masking the move marks a major turning point in the biden administration's effort to get as many students as possible back to in person schooling. This fall dana. This is so this is so fucking cool that they're using the civil rights enforcement arm because this does have to do with marginalized communities. And i think that. I think you're about to tell us how absolutely so this is actually. He'll helping the nation's most vulnerable students students with disabilities low income students in as you said students of color they have suffered the setback under this and under section five zero four of the rehabilitation act of nineteen seventy-three students are entitled to a free appropriate public education known as faith f. a. p. e. entitled six under the civil rights act of nineteen. Sixty four prohibits discrimination based on race color and national origin. So this is big. The other thing i love and i think it was paris. Texas actually changed their dress code. Yeah to work around. Governor abbots bullshit no mask mandate which is. Yeah we're really int- we've had a couple that we've had a couple of schools. Say all right. We'll just make it part of the dress code now. I steve vladeck our our friend and conlon lawyer says that's probably not going to hold up in court but it's a good delay taps. It's going to be problematic. But i think larry is that they're like all right. We're going to put it into the dress code. Yeah and then you're going to have to have the fight of of how dress codes are unconstitutional and really Really that'll be interesting. Well actually yeah because there's going to be a lot of young ladies that will benefit from that when the republicans relied dress. Codes are unconstitutional. And you know julie who wants to wear a little bit of shirt that a strap might be able to do that from now on. Oh no yeah careful what you wish for dick faces. Yup all right speaking to dick faces. The national rifle association has not cleaned up rampant financial and managerial misconduct as it claimed over the past year illustrating the need for the gun rights group to be dissolved. That's what new york. Attorney general letitia james said in a court filing because she's bad ass a failed bid for bankruptcy protection earlier this year exposed the hollowness of the organizations claim to have corrected mismanagement which includes lavish spending by its longtime leader. Wayne lapierre and other serious lapses. Then she said that in an amended lawsuit in new york state court the attorney general said even the bankruptcy judge had cited the shocking level of authority lop here exercised over the group. James who sued to dissolve the new york chartered nonprofit. A year ago said in her new complaint monday that the nra's evasion of accountability has continued. Unabated she said the organization's leaders intentionally disregarded proper corporate governance wasted charitable assets falsely reported improper transactions and allowed insiders to take advantage of the nra. Lapierre fired the treasurer of the nra from his role as chief financial officer in january. Twenty twenty one just two weeks after. They filed for bankruptcy. That's according to the complaint. The nra boss later testified under oath at the bankruptcy hearing that the treasurer had expressed a desire to move on for health reasons. According to james that representation was false. So yeah we took the lie detector tests and the lie detector said latte was alive. All right okay. Let's go down. Alabama alabama or the nation's lowest vaccination rate has helped push the stay closer to a record number of hospitalizations. A good news story of physician has sent a clear. I mean it's probably problematic but physician has sent a clear message to his patients. Don't come in for medical treatment if you are unvaccinated jason valentine a physician at diagnostic and medical clinic infirmary health in mobile alabama posted a photo on facebook this week of him pointing to assign take to door informing patients of his new policy. Coming october i quoted. Dr balentine will no longer see patients that are not vaccinated against cove in nineteen. The sign reads. And valentine wrote in the post which has since been made private but was captured in online images that there were no conspiracy theories. No excuses stopped anyone from being vaccinated and that's a l. dot com reported. This the doctor who said at least three unvaccinated patients with asked him where they could get a vaccine since he posted the photo has remained resolute to those have who have questioned his decisions in recent days and this is a quote we do not yet have any great treatments for severe disease but we do have great prevention with vaccines and fortunately many have declined to take the vaccine and some end up severely. Ill or dead he wrote. I cannot force anyone to take the vaccine by cannot continue to watch my patients suffer and die from an imminently preventable disease and now. Ag i just wanna say they can take a religious exemption if they don't want to have a vaccine and religious exemption. Well you know. What if they're arguing that you can argue a religious exemption to not give healthcare to an lgbtq family or one of their children on the other side of that horribly unconstitutional. Choline is a doctor. Having a right to say you know what thou shall took care of. Your neighbor is in the bible according to these folks and so that is also a religious exemption of. I don't have to give medical help if you are not following my christ beliefs. It's a. it's a far fetched argument but it is. This is the so is the other side of that coin. Well here's where. I would go with this because first of all. I think it's kind of against the hippocratic oath. Right shaw render aid from a medical agreed to someone who needs it. However if i were a doctor i would also have to consider my mental health and i would say i am following the hippocratic oath of do no harm doing. No harm to myself you. That would be my argument for this. I don't know how i personally feel about it. I worked in healthcare for so long. I think everyone including assholes deserves healthcare. But if you're a doctor who can't let because if it seems like to me until he said i cannot continue to watch my patients suffer and die from preventable disease. That's just sounds less. Like i refusing to give health care to a trans child of course and more like i mentally can't deal with it i an. I shouldn't have to so it's a it presents a very interesting argument. That's yeah of the do no harm and i would say hey. That includes me my friends. In a hundred percent. One hundred percent in juneau harm also means that i'm not going to make myself susceptible to a virus and i understand. Most doctors are massed in their in their p p. But if you're putting yourself in a position where you may be symptomatic you know because you got it from an unvaccinated patient. I think it's the right decision. Something's gotta be done and get these people vaccinated. And don't say you believe in hydroxy chloroquine in regenerate ron or whatever the fuck it's called and then say but i don't trust vaccines well regeneration work right. I understand works hydroxy. Chloroquine doesn't but they don't know they a lot of them don't know how regional works. That's what i'm saying. So did the point is i. Don't trust the government to give me drugs unless it's my republican governor gender thing but we do know how this has spread. We do know how contagious it. But i think there are. We don't know if a new variant is introduced an end those new variants. We will not know you know right so you're really helping out today. I don't know if i had coffee too late. But i really do appreciate you coming in. I mean that's what you were. That's what you're getting at is like this very particular strain. Of course we know a lot about it. But there are you know with under the amount of unvaccinated there are going to be new strains there's land others the delta plus there could be additional strains and you don't know which variant you're passing on what it's are not is or how it's i mean it's probably do through the air but you know how it's continue into mutate. I mean right yes. 'cause novel corona virus. You couldn't get outdoors right delta. You can and you can't get that so we yeah there's just with with all these new of new strains new mutations those we don't know about and he was putting himself in harm's way and his other patients also and you know what five of his patients to this. How can i get a vaccine so something being all right. I'll get vaccine art. Cool we We've gone a little bit long today. 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Us ambassador russia under obama and the author of from cold war. Too hot piece. please. Welcome mike mcfaul. Hey how're you doing today. Okay it's really good to see you. It's been a while since we've spoken. I wanted to talk to you today. A bit about some information that we're now getting today from general milley and the operation to secure the airport in kabul. what's going on in the ground in afghanistan. you had tweeted out. And i i think maybe you told andrea mitchell that the obviously there's this was unforeseen and it's turned into a mess but you say the only way to correct this first mission is for the second mission to be a success. Can you talk a little bit about what you mean when you say that. Sure and thanks for having me. And i want to say at the outset. I studied international relations at teach about afghanistan have for several years Usually have a bastard. Caller aiken berry is my guest lecture for that session. But i'm not a expert on afghanistan. I do teach about democracy promotion and state building and all these things. I'm told now we don't do but i would say a couple things about process and kind of strategic objectives verses implementation plans. There's a big debate in my view that should be had about. What was the purpose of our mission in afghanistan over the last twenty years. And how did it change then. How did the policy changes lead to implementation plans that changed in my view. There's a bit of revisionist history going on right. Now that says our only mission there was to defeat al qaeda. Now we've done that and mission accomplished and we should leave. I happen to believe that. Maybe president biden himself. Believes that. That's what should have been mission. But that wasn't the mission in two thousand and one and if you go back and read what president bush said that most certainly wasn't his vision. I worked at the white house during the last with during the surgeon called it at the national security council and our mission was bigger than just defeating the al qaeda back. Then but that. That's the bigger debate. The smaller debate about what is happening on streets in kabul today is president biden and his team made a decision for continuity with what president trump dead in regards to the agreement with the taleban that they negotiated. We've all seen the photos of secretary pompeo and we've all seen the clips of president trump. I think some people have forgotten that he president trump even wanted to invite the taliban to camp. David somebody rightfully in my view intervened. That wasn't such a good idea but they did have that plan. And the the biden administration. Let's just remember. They have pivoted away from many other trump plans and trump agreements. They said that on x. y. And that he was wrong in terms of foreign policy in this particular issue they decided to go with continuity and so that's their decision in the end the president's very comfortable with that they didn't have an implementation plan to achieve the objectives that the president outlined. I don't think that's a partisan statement that's just a a fact but it's not the last fact in this drama and and that's what i meant. That is okay. Plan did not succeed. And i sat in the white house situation room and and drafted implementation plans for policy objectives. Set before me by the way. I did it. With respect to cure. Gaston back when there was a revolutionary situation there in two thousand ten you draft to plan this plan to newer so plan b which. They're now doing that's to me. They need to lean in and have complete success on that so that everybody will forget planning a and to me. They're they're two critical objectives are one. Is everyone all american citizens. Obviously all afghan citizens who qualify for these si bbc's number two and number three as the president now has articulated anyone who is part of the broader mission that we were doing there that fears for their lives should be evacuated that will take longer than the artificial deadline in. My view is artificial of august. Thirty first and so i just encourage whenever i can the biden administration to remember that that if you want if you want to put this behind you don't have your plan b also fail Yeah and i think it was jake sullivan. Who said look august. Thirty first we will be there to get everyone out and you know like you said journalists aids. Ngo staff etc. Everyone will be out. We aren't going to if if it takes longer than august thirty first it takes longer than august thirty first and i. I agree with that and i. I don't think anyone should be jumping on any sort of conclusion. So far about how. It's going to days right. We need to definitely give that some time and general. Kelly said today that there was no military intelligence that that this would the broader expectation. Was it would be weeks months. Some even said years before the taliban would inevitably take over afghanistan. But he knew he'd had no intelligence. It was going to happen in eleven days. And i think that that's evident with biden's genuine announcements that he made after talking with ghani and just the last couple of weeks ago. Saying you know it's gonna be it's you know. We have time. we have time. They all felt like they had time. And that's what. I'm so interested in his is how as how that was kind of missed because it happened to happen. Fascinated unraveled. but you're right. It is what it is now and the only way to erase the stain of it is to make sure that we're successful in this second mission. Now which is to which is two x. actual trait everyone successfully and safely. Yeah i mean. I think the intelligence question you're asking is very important. One as somebody who's worked in the government for five years. I i would say. Intelligence is an imperfect science. We we rely on those people to predict the future and they're not any better at it than political scientists. You know where i said now the academy and there's you know there's updating that has to happen there i think you know. In retrospect as i look at it. And i think other cases of transition that i know better there was obviously deals being made between the taliban and the afghan fighting forces and i think probably even some of the government forces when we learn the full scope of things. There's no way that three hundred thousand individual soldiers spontaneously decide not to fight and that part we you know we were not privy to. We were not focused on. I think it was somewhat naive to think that you were going to set a deadline for one. We're leaving which everybody in afghanistan. Even i knew that. I mean i have friends and colleagues and students in afghanistan. Everybody knew that and not expect that that might not change your calculus about how long you're going to be able to fight. And why should you fight if you think that. There's a chance of winning. So that but that deserves scrutiny. I think we need to learn from that. And hot scrub that jake sullivan talked about. We should do that and at the same time. Get better and i more. I think they're already better by the way. I think they're you know the operation today is better than it was before and i predict the operation in tomorrow ins. Forty eight hours will be better than than just b. Before i i mean concretely. I have people. I know on the ground that went to the airport. Twenty four hours ago and it was too chaotic. And they couldn't get through and now they're through. That's an anecdote but that suggests that the process of doing this in a more coherent way and and those are capabilities. We have military capabilities state department capabilities. They just appointed ambassador. John bass to oversee everything. I own bastard bass. He's an extremely competent guy. And that they're sending in somebody so senior like general to oversee. The operation that to me is a good sign. That's a sign of a credible commitment to do it right. Yeah that that was a good sign. I was going to ask you about that. I'm glad you brought that up with ambassador. Bass took back a little bit on the illicit deals you know because like you said the deadline and the deal made in doha back in february twenty twenty. Two sort of we've got now have reports and public reporting that there were some local payoffs to get the afghan army delay down their arms but then we also heard that the orders had been coming from above in some cases. And now we've learned we will. We knew that ghani had fled but now he's landed in dubai which i find an interesting choice. How should we find out. Exactly what went down. Do you think we should have a congressional commission or perhaps An intelligence community assessment like they did the intelligence community assessment on on the russian interference. That kind of thing. Like how do we get to the bottom of that. I mean obviously. I you know first things first. We have to get our people out and all the people out safely all the afghans out safely that are eligible for visas. But when we do get to that point what would you think is the best way to to find out what happened. It's a great question. So i guess if i were doing it i would want to have not a congressional investigation because we're just so partisan right now i don't have a lot of faith in that Something along the lines of nine eleven group that it's outsiders. Experts is not just an intelligence. I would want to just have the intelligence folks too. I think having external people Academics at that help to interrogate the process. And a kind of non partisan way. I mean these are. These are things that we do in academia by the way we study. We've studied the end of the vietnam war. I got you know fifty bucks on my just looking on right now. i've got. I've got thirty bucks on state building and ending civil wars and democracy in post conflict situations the words. I would want to expand the aperture to be big. And i would want to interrogate bolton know what happened internally right. I mean you had a split government. We shouldn't be surprised that maybe ghani said we're not going to negotiate but with other people working around him said. No we will negotiate. I was very struck by some of the the people and his government that flew to meet with taliban while he was fleeing they were negotiating. But then we also have to have a. You know a reckoning about our decision making and are not. just the won't try to use my words diplomatically. Here not just the the reckoning about how could we spend so much money on three hundred thousand soldiers that disappear in a heartbeat but all the other things if the president was right and we shouldn't have had a mission for democracy building. Why were we spending hundreds of millions of dollars on democracy organizations in afghanistan. I know many of them. They've been there for twenty years. Where is the disconnect between objectives and and money that we're spending their and third oversight. You know why. Why is this all a big surprise. Now where the congressional role on all this. I wanna know where they were and why you know that case needs to be i think i. I believe that about a lot of foreign policy. I would like to see more deliberative legislative branch be more involved in in interrogating things before him. Not just you know when everything collapses. Yeah i agree and and i wanna ask you about russia's role in this but i do have to take a quick break. 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Welcome back we're speaking with former. Us ambassador to russia and the author of from cold war. Too hot piece which you need to read. If you haven't read. Mike mcfaul before the break ambassador we were talking about. I wanted to know like how. Russia plays a role. Because i mean you know if we think about what trump was to putin and how they interacted and i mean you know. He did a lot of favors for putin. And i feel like there are a lot of benefits for russia in the taliban takeover of afghanistan. Talk a little bit. Because this is your wheelhouse. Talk a little bit about how russia's involved in this. Yeah well i would start even bigger than russia. And i would add china and i would just observe that president biden rightly in my view. I think he's got the right analytic framer when he says we are in a new era of great power competition and it is defined not just by the balance of power between the great powers. But but it's about ideas as well and he talks about autocracies and democracies dictatorships in democracies. I think he's right about that. I think the challenge first and foremost from china but second with russia there as well is not just about power. It's about ideas as well where i think. I differ somewhat in some of the comments that the administration has made is they have this shifting of resources mentality is like we did. We have not done enough on china. And so we need to shift everything to china and we need to have nato speak about china as they did at the nato somehow we needed move resources out of the middle east and and focus them on china and and i think they're missing. What when they talk in those ways. They're missing how everything's interconnected if ideological struggle their interns connected particularly in this right because the worst thing for small de-democrats fighting around the world. And i would say this has been true for decades. Most certainly true today is when we look. Weak is when we look incompetent. Small de democrats that. I talked to from belarus to russia to china to iran. They always say that. When you look weak you're hurting the movement. The democratic movement. So cove ed. And the way we bungled that in the trump ears that affected the way the democratic autocratic fight around the world china said. Look we've done so in the short term. There's just no doubt if you look at russia. Press which i have and chinese press which i see summarized by others of course this is a short term victory for them. Because we look incompetent. Look weak we look like we don't know what we're doing. The converse of that of course is we can get better and show that we have capacity and show that we have humanity. I would like a lot more empathy towards the afghan people. By the way. I i get it that. The government was corrupt in the army decided not to fight even though the army did fight for many many years. Let's not forget that. They decided they cut their deals. And that's what they did with the human rights activists that i know they didn't cut their deals journalists that i know they didn't cut their deals from literally in conversation with them as they try to escape so empathy for them and then support. Those are not just because it's the right to do but it also helps in this. This fight miss more ideological with russia and china that we don't leave these people behind and that small de-democrats in afghanistan or just a to us as as our democrats here in our country now. And i think that was part of biden's message when he gave his remarks like we. We do need to deal with the rights of women children and afghanistan. we do this diplomatically. We do this in other words. We do it all over the world and other ways. But it's going to really i think. Be b sort of have a microscope on the world stage. With how we deal with this exfiltration with getting everybody out by the way. I'm you you're completely right about his speech. I thought it was a very brave speech. I admired a lot of things in that speech. I think the revisionist history. I just think they should relax that they don't. They don't need to convince people. What george w bush said i think prompted him to make a statement by the way. But that that's for historians to do. He doesn't need to fight that fight but on this point he he needs to. You know i think it was a first investment in a. I think they need to really double down and triple down on this that you can defend human rights without invading countries. And we're not good at it. I wrote a whole book called advancing democracy abroad. He had widely shouldn't how we can back then. We're four for seventeen in terms of the use of military force for democracy afterwards is not. It's a we have a lot of tragic history where dozen work but that cannot in my view then be used as an excuse or an alibi for not using non-military means to advance and support human rights around the world and this tragedy is is a is a shame for so many reasons but also politically speaking. you know. we're just trying to push through this bipartisan infrastructure. Bill which which is yes about building roads and bridges but more importantly it was about getting a message out to the world to dictators in to autocrats that democracy does work. We can get things done. Yes and now. I feel like that's just completely overshadowed by what's happening now and that's a real shame. Hopefully when that comes back into the news cycle we'll be able to see will be able to see that it's a great bit though. I agree that not actually bigger that in the long run being able to build back better to use their phrase at being able to to do the investments in infrastructure and research and development. That's how will will win that longer. Term ideological struggle. Yeah and that we can get stuff done with. Republicans big bipartisan. Vote senate yet. Which which you know. China was like you can't get anything done a democracy and biden was like watch me and it works and like i said unfortunately now it's just completely overshadowed but again hopefully that'll come back and finally before i let you go. I wanted to talk to you about folks who are comparing this to vietnam or folks in mainstream media not just on the fringes saying that the people in taiwan must be watching this with great fear and i disagree with both of those analogies and i and i think that you do as well. Can you talk a little bit about those. Yeah i the. Taiwan analogy is completely false for so many reasons but the central reason as taiwan has a functioning state. They have a functioning military. They will defend themselves with or without us. It is not how to cards. And that's completely false analogy in my view on that front. The other one i think is it needs to be taken on an an an in a much more compelling way for a couple of reasons one is you know. I don't even know where to begin where it's where it's false and where it's true. I mean you know. Saigon and seventy five. The peace agreement was three years earlier right so it was a different is a different thing number two. It was a peace agreement. I you know. I my principal. Criticism of the trump administration Back then was at. They didn't they didn't even try. And my view to negotiate a peace agreement between the warring parties say negotiated with the talent. Ghani was not at the table. That's very different than what we tried to do. In vietnam the number three there some there so that that i think is just false and just because the imagery the same shot is not even the same though. It's like you know that that helicopter was landing. It wasn't going onto the roof book point yet. L. there's a bit there's a long. There's a longer term piece though that everybody's sticking of the analogy is negative. One and i want to suggest in the longer term. The analogy actually has some very positive attributes number one. I hear people today just happened to you. Watch and fox's now last night. And i hear people talking about the scary immigrants that are gonna come from afghanistan and overrun our country. And and i wish those people would study. Nineteen seventy five and study. What those vietnamese families did and where they landed and look at their gdp per capita and look at how tactically successful they have been and they're amazing amazing contribution to american society and just google one of them. He's my he's my classmate his named john he is now. The deputy secretary of homeland security. John's family came from vietnam in one thousand. Nine seventy five in this moment of traveled tragedy. We know what. John became. I in his class and west point. John became a rhode scholar with me. We nothing and now. He's the deputy secretary of homeland security. That is also part of the story that they say is this incredible tragedy and in the longer term. I would also remind people that that we did recover from vietnam who was horrible. I consider the vietnam war the greatest tragedy of american foreign policy in the twentieth century bar. None it's in a place by itself and even after that tragedy. Citra austin was just in vietnam few weeks ago working on common interests and and and you know we have rebuilt that relationship so when you want if you wanna roll out nineteen seventy five you gotta roll out the rest of the story after seventy five wall and the numbers to i mean hundreds of thousands of enemies and the babies. You know you make such a good point that just to look forward a little bit you know as to the the positive benefits but that would be a very counterintuitive to a talking point on that side of the aisle. You know right now. It feels very xenophobic. very fearmongering. and. I hope that we don't end up in a position as we were after nine eleven you know. People are just ostracized completely ostracized. I hope we've grown as a nation. And i think that we have since that time while i hope so too and and do a little reading about this. Just reminding myself it's it's worth reflecting on how american society talked about people vietnamese descent back then to write let's Forget back then. They were the enemy not all americans were discriminated between south and north and they went through that those times to i've had people from vietnam of worked for me for many years but we got over it and i think it's important to remember that and especially to remember just the incredible contribution that they've made to american society and i have every reason to believe i know you know lots of people trying to get out of afghanistan. Today these are. These are the people that love america. They are the best in the brightest. And it's tragic for afghanistan that they're losing their best and the brightest because of this caribbean group. That's about to take over. But that is that is our benefit in the long term. Yeah and i am heartened to see so many governors americans embracing and wanting to take take the refugees and asylum seekers in and i think that that's I think bodes well. And i hope that i hope that it does but i do appreciate your time today. I really really appreciate your insights. I encourage everyone on a totally different subject to read from cold war. Too hot piece. It's it's such a great book. And i do want to have you back on some point to discuss. What's going on with the eastern district new york and the look into ukraine and rudy giuliani and parnassus and freeman. And all that. But i think we may have some breaking news in the coming months in in that arena and i would love to talk to you and that does happen absolutely yet. 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We're offering listeners. This program of free sixty day trial so go to try dot scrubbed dot com slash daily beans for your free trial. That's try dot script. Scr ibd dot com slash daily beans to get sixty days of script for free. All right. everybody welcome back. It's time for the good news and joining me today for the good news on this friday. Which never happens is dana. Hi dana. I hope we get to be in court today but i don't think we don't know get to but those that would make me happy. Yeah i don't know but if you have a dispute you want settled in amy's court or daynuss court or agee's quote any court any of our courts. Cindy lagoon manati court. You can send it. In at daily beans pod dot com and click on contact along with any other of the games that were playing or corrections are also welcomed. Just pretty much anything. I'll kick us off with a submission here from anonymous pronouns. Ian him dear. Ag dj in the rest of the beans crew for the first time in a long time. I have actual good news to share. Oh good. i applied for a new job without getting into specifics. I hope to make a similar oath as ag made a couple of times already getting hired would mean a complete transformation of my life from getting out of a state. I don't want and i'm just a bit afraid to be in into actually making a living wage and having health care for the first time in my life for most of the last decade i worked as an independent contractor for a major media company. Listening to your interview with brian. Carrim more than a few critiques of our media ecosystem resonated with me. And i think i can offer a bit of a look into the sausage factory. Brian is absolutely right when he says the money is the root of the problem with our media unless outlet is subsidized left alone or has it donation based business model like propublica. That outlet is beholden to either a parent company or ad revenue or both speaking personally. My most popular and successful pieces have been nuanced deep. Dives where i take the time to lay out context and examine the evidence on all sides absolutely is an appetite out there for that kind of journalism. Just look at the success of last week tonight. Full-frontal with sambi as well as everything you and the rest of the msw creators have done more people than we realise. Really do want a better understanding of the world around us apologies for such a long submission without mentioning a dildo. Oh louie gohmert is so dumb. He thinks louie gohmert is smart. You did mention a dildo. You got it in at the end. No pun intended. I'll be here all week. Good job actually won't be here all week. I here all week except one day. Okay thanks for jesus christ. Thanks for kicking us off our next emissions from alan pronouncing him suggestion alternative name for the former guy simply twice impeached. I feel the former guy gives him more credence than he deserves. Also it's nice to have more than one name to use. The attached photo is my mischievous cranberry. Who's policing the bird feeder. Just outside the window to make sure. No squirrels pillage the treasure. No squirrels are taking it. She has the most an weirdest personality of any cat. I've ever known she's not much of a lover but she certainly fits. The curiosity stereotype. Well my wife. And i religiously listened to your show. We can't get enough. You provide sanity and hilarity to the disparity that as the current political climate. And thank you for everything you do. Don't let those fuckers continued to transfer us against our country global democracy and the truth with impunity. Nice ending nice. Look at or just showing off her. The boot tangalle. Hey hey that's exactly. What i what reload sachet like. She's look at her little toes. Still twinkle toes. Okay up. Chris in portland. Love chris in portland. Hello leaders luminosity in the midst of all the bad news coming out these days i felt like it was a good time together up the things that make me happy these days. I tesla is recovering. Well from both his radiation and follow up surgery. It has been aggressive and may come back but right now. He's walking around with the cone or the onesie without the kohner the ones the awesome happily bullying the other cats and demanding copious lap time. I'm including two pictures of him including one where he's clearly asking us to draw him like one of our french girls. Second good news is my daughter. Got her second cova job on tuesday which means she'll be fully vaccinated the day before school starts such a weight off. I imagine i imagine. Am i last good. News for today is a happy place. Even though it was a temporary one this photos from the new york city. Happy hour meeting folks. There and hanging out with allison was amazing. Thank you for this amazing community and all the friends. I've made as a result. What rate soto you both fabulous my friends there. We are hi chris. I know. I love her hair. Sit there was some sassy too. I went for a little side. Pony with a curling and i was getting ready and my friends. Like what are you doing. I'm like i don't even know who cares works. That was a fun day. All right next to them from kristen pro sh- pronounced she and her when i was growing up. My dad loves to mix up freezes. Actually he's still. Does he says things. Like i can't carry a tune in a wet paper bag. Pass this on to me though. I do it unintentionally. I can't not say now we're cooking with grease or we'll burn that bridge when we come to it more. I have too much fire. on the kohl's i will eternally aspired to best my favorite of my dad's. That's how the cookie balances thought. That was the real phrase. Until i was well into my twenties and heard a co worker. Say that's how the cookie crumbles and tried to correct them jamming tad. Oh my god for tax them attaching pictured my cousins pup fina along with her. dna breakdown genealogy. She was about twenty pounds in this picture and that should be more than double when she's fully grown. She's three breeds. As a hint. Two of them are basically saying the when is a mini version. The third was a surprise. Can you guess okay. There's a million shepherd in here. I was there is a husky in here. Wow she looks. She's got the eyes of the of the white. Walkers from game of thrones like she's going to turn us all into zombies that pet her and many many ozzy yemeni ozzy Pyrenees yet i can do see many obscene integrate peonies husky. I'm only saying how speaking because the is and a lot of australian shepherd Maybe not appearance all right. Let me see this these hints again. Two of the breeds are basically the same. The one is a mini version. Okay so Cattle dog and many aussie right because those are basically the same but one's a mini version. The third husky is what you're saying. And i'm gonna say chaozhou. We have australian shepherd. Miniature american shepherd and bernie's mountain dog i was so close with the parent. You were or you were so awesome. Phosa full-size australian shepherd. Miniature american shepherd. I've never fucking her to that. That's a- getting my dog book right now. I mean the dogs adorable. Oh i know those is inch the so saw athena. Good name good name. Oh there's a whole family tree outlook all right here. We go next up from tj pronouns. He and him just saw set of monogrammed air tags at the apple store in roseville california thought it was just perfect for you unicorn. Ag heart and then blank right blank. You i love it. That was so short but the last one is long. You want to split it. Yeah i'll all you start in the off finish all right. Oh handoff freddie here we go. This one's from bob's pronounce he him. Hello beans queens. Quick thank you some good news all of you alison dana. Amy have made me laugh frequently. Since i became a listener long-ago employee. There's so much to be troubled about disturbed by in the news yet. Your sense of humor skills as comedians. Do more than i can express to keep me going. I'm guessing i speak for many of your listeners. As well in particular. I laughed out loud. The other day as dana recounted her experiences with the deer on the born walk on a trip thinking of deer shoving drunks out of the way barking. Fuck off then calmly returning to browse and foliage cracked my shit up. I had to say thank you for that and for all the laughs. Each of you contribute to keep us informed and motivated. I'll go to my good news. And then i'm going to hand it off. My news is that. I'm recovering bit by bit from a traumatic experience. About a month ago. I was out about on the errand with my dog. Daisy photos and for pet tax when a dog belonging to a passer-by leaned over to exchange sniffs from the end of their leashes. Oh the passer-by took exception to their dog. Approaching mine and impose some very unkind interventions with leash description is intentionally vague despair fellow listeners trauma similar to what i experienced watching in real time g. o. I tried to interrupt the abusive behavior to no avail. The passer-by took exception to my attention in harsh words were exchanged couldn't help myself from expressing my shock and anger. Though i know it likely only made things worse anyway. I've been able to begin some therapy for. Ptsd symptoms and time is also healing. The wound bit by bit. That healing has helped me greatly by listening to your humor as well as the amazing courage and resilience of other listeners as they encounter their own challenges in creative ways to heal and grow in my case. I'm a professional dog trainer specializing in gentle science-based. Fear free force free training techniques helping dogs with good manners aggression and fear based behaviors. My recent encounter with the unkind passer-by only leaves me more determined to promote humane and intelligent training an education for my clients and the public go forward. Thanks as ever for your invaluable gifts to your community. We are all better off for the wisdom and humor you share with each new episode I don't even want to think about. I can't stand that either. By the way. I i actually have no inside voice when that happens. If someone does something to a dog with a leash. I'd i don't it comes out it. I think it's just a reflective response took a mama bear thing. Did you just fuck what did you just fuck into. Hey and then follows that into. It's there's always a swear word in there for me. And i just i can't stop it but look at these beautiful buca tips. I know i need a dog. Happy i wanna say. I wish you didn't travel so much because last time. I said that we have been damaged. But i have. It's all your fault day nine. I do wish that. I traveled just enough that i could still have a dog that i wouldn't abandoning at home. Yeah i know there should be some sort of an app for comics where they can just share apartments and dogs and totally travel and when ones out the ones home you know somebody it'd be there like that's a dream right to get a house with like ten bed. No i don't want to live with yup. Nope nope nope. I did too soon as it came out of my mouth. I was like zip. I'd rather have a friend. That was a dog walker. I'll stay. i'll stay with cats young boy wouldn't it be great to live with. Tanka would say the rest of the sentence Goodness thanks for i know. I sat in for amy today. Who just chatty chatty chatty today during the episode you and i both had a very long day a long week and It's the outstanding long day and the end of a long week and You know that the the kind of show you get school we do. We know you're going to be back on monday. You'll forgive us yet. And i got one week left before to rest my brain and It's always that last week that things get really interesting. How did i do it for two years without a vacation. I actually went. There was a time where. I figured out that i had not gone on a trip that i was not working at some point during the trip in five years a j. She and i promised i would never do that to myself again. A lot of people see my trips. And they're like. Oh my god beautiful places. So much travel blah blah blah and yeah. I'm grateful that. I get to see the world. Because i could make people laugh. It's also exhausting. Every time you walk out into public you're working. Yeah it's exhausting. It's very lonely. A lot of people don't know like road comex. It's just ninety. Nine percent of your time is sitting around in a fucking hampton inn watching forensic files eating cheese. It's yeah wondering what you're doing with your life but then you know you spend you spend half hour forty five minutes on stage in our way back to hampton. Yeah that's it and then on to the next town and they melt into each other anyway anyway joy joys out still wouldn't give it up for the world never never all right. Well that's our show and Everybody have a great weekend and until until monday. Well i think you'll hear me sunday for the msw book club in muller. She wrote. But then dan i will be back on monday. And until then please take care of yourself take care of each other. Take care of the planet and take care of your mental health. I've been alison gill and ivan dana. Goldberg them's the beans. The daily beans is written executive produced by alison gill with additional research and reporting by dana. Goldberg and aimee. Carrero sound design. 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8/9: Canadian Soldier Doses Entire Unit with Weed Cupcakes

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8/9: Canadian Soldier Doses Entire Unit with Weed Cupcakes

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We're talking a little olympics little infrastructure. Bill what else fellows. What else we got going on. I got some local news talking about a man wants to sell Meat to the good people of town in massachusetts and then A little mars. Mars talk from nasa talk about canada. We'd brownies the military will talk about it. I'm taking the three other countries to sometimes. I'm not even going to tease it. But it's good for thai stick fantastic hardened remember hara high duly congratulations on being a father. 'grats girl Her name i don't i would've jumped into the video chat which is part of the patriot feature in the discord as did otis and fender called california. Smother cats do so heard. Colin was doing shoe is in there. That guy drinks if you want chat sometimes you can to sign up for the patriots. Yeah that was the two months in a row night al so he called. I'm the first bar of shrooms. And then our and then everyone went to bed. And i ate the rest of wait. A bar of shrooms. What is chocolate. Oh a baked thing. I to the second round. Well yeah well. That's fun shrimps are awesome read high shrimp tolerance. Wow that surprises me because it depends on when you get you get all fucked up. It depends on what kind and how strong they are like you. Just you never know so. They just came downstairs to you. Like surrounded and chocolate bar wrappings. Yeah pretty much did it. They work they worked your school. Your phone shrooms a lot of trails. A lot of light trails come on every letters adventure member. Download the green room. App spotify We didn't post this last week's What the fuck wednesday. Because we don't read the instructions on how to download it and we've met missed the window but don't worry we're going to keep them but we were there live five. Pm eastern every wednesday get. We're with us. Bring awad what are what are we talking this week. What's the topic. Masturbation store tradition stories. Whoa okay it's gonna get spicy pat. 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International day of world's indigenous people national book lovers day national hand holding day national polka day national rice pudding day veep day and victory. So you guys big hand holders because you guys hand holders like in up like public walking around. I mean it's nice but the hands sweaty so fast that really. Yeah not really hold pat santa video. No i'm not a big hand. Look polka day. It's bad when polka day is probably the most notable day It's us. Oh we were doing all the guilhem dot com slash hard faction news to see us all holding hands through the screen. Okay yeah so there's nothing. Victory days only in rhode island. I don't even know what that is. It's a vide is it now. It's nothing august. August ninth has got nothing all august night. That history actually has a weight but speaking of holidays market was cat day over the weekend the weekend. Yeah yes i mean. That's that's a little less myself day. Yeah right those caster. They're all indoor cats and boy. Do they get spoiled over here. You know day muslim cat day. Twenty four seven three sixty five august history actually a lot better than the holidays so in forty eight bc julius caesar's army defeated general pompeii in the roman civil war. So big time stuff happened. How do they know before the year zero. And then in eleven seventy three. They started building the leaning tower of pisa in the holy roman empire. So think about that. That's a long time a lot of stuff going down and it was it just pizza then. I think so. I think they tried to put it straight in eventually. Just looks like it does now. And i think one of those guys who had one leg is longer than the other designed. Yeah yeah that looks perfect. It's bad scoliosis and cockeyed. eighteen fourteen. Edger jackson defeated the creek indians and a battle take over like lots of alabama and georgia and the united states in eighteen fifty. Four henry david throws walden was published. Really good book in one thousand nine hundred forty five. The second atomic bomb was dropped on nagasaki juice. That's followup from monday yeah you're right Because on monday in nineteen sixty nine. Sharon tate was killed by a charles manson's colt so lots of crazy. Shit on august ninth and history and in nineteen seventy four. Gerald ford was sworn into replace. Richard nixon who resigned as president of the united states the day before and finally one thousand nine hundred eight wayne gretzky was traded to the la kings from the oilers shocking. His home country canada. So bad showed. Yeah well for the oilers right. Yeah but remember. Remember to pretty good masturbation story for this one's write it down mark on her. Yeah and then jesus into that paper. That's what's gonna happen. I've got two really good ones. Maybe maybe three is is wayne gretzky. People say obviously. Tom brady is the greatest of all time but wang writes. He's really the greatest time right. Oh yeah ovechkin. Signed a five year deal just to hoping he can beat the just the goal record because he's not going to beat like overall points. I don't think it's possible but gretzky was scoring like amount of points that are just like unheard of today. So he's like he was good goat. He's the go half hockey for sure daughters of sports of all of all sports. That's tough anka's obviously hockey's to niche hockey's to niche of sport to be the goat of all sports at that sport. I think you'd have to be like something like much more worldly right. You'd have to be like a triathlete or some rent. Some like the boxer runner soccer player. Or like i think hockey's pretty mostly though bassett for the south american press ocoee most impressionable link olympic performance. That diver west covered the fourteen year old chinese girl. Oh shows by far the most dominant. Yeah well speaking of that. Let's move into the trading news because the olympics spoiler alert number one. You wouldn't against it. But they ended so honorable mentions. Ufc two sixty five happened over the weekend. Saturday night marked. You know what happened. No i didn't follow him. No gain end. Derek lewis's unbeaten streak jose o. Tunnel keesa dropped a surprised one. Yeah but i honestly have stopped watching since. Espn plus thing. So yeah the espn. Fussing is awful. That ciragan guys interesting. Because i think he like just started two years ago. He's only like nine now his but he came out of nowhere and he just like shows a lot of maturity for fighter and he's getting the next title shot he's good. He's very fit very fit very fit for heavyweight matt. What's up hair. Hope that. I hope they figure out their governance coin. Ufc soon so we can figure out like vote. Oh shit pat crypto. We're also talk. Let's keep moving along. Messy messy had his last game with barcelona. On sunday ben shapiro debated malcolm nance on the bill. Maher show saturday night trended because like all things political both sides towns amazing rate Was it fun. Zero ended his argument with our sleep. Very well tonight on. My bed made of money malcolm. Damn oh okay. I guess how high sleeps in line. I guess now again both sides said they won for sure. So it's all on you ask and watch suicide squad if you have already. Hbo max james gunn is a master of directing. Wwe star seen is hilarious. So that's great. Yeah is austin recovered from the tweet. Say he's the weird. The kid guy right. Yes twists definitely no worse than you know going you money on it. I know let's be. That'd be good buzz if somebody gets cancelled so well. That's true james. Hopefully one of us turns into james. Gone that'd be amazing number. Four the in peace corner. Four people trended with their passing over the weekend. So rest in. Peace to bobby bowden of course legendary. Fsu coach at ninety one. Dennis thomas of kool and the gang. He died at seventy guys check on his picture. He's bad ass. He was wearing like he's a singer saxophone player. That's like a rare combo tough tough weekend for the gang. Yes very tough. I also markie post. The actress died at seventy. She's famous from night court. And of course trevor. More from the whitest kids you know died sadly at the age of forty one. Really sad to see him go soon. He has a son these leaving behind personal personal inspiration for this group for sure. Yeah for sure. I used to watch sketches back in the day. Tough yeah for deaths as four big ones. Big tender's big big personalities. All right number three hashtag obama variant so in the least shocking trend. I've seen in a while obama's birthday party was like in mass klis pictures from the birthday party of the former president trended because it was still a giant party after he said tone it down because a covert. I'm sure you guys saw the picks they're all over the place. Here's obama dancing mask. Lewis a bunch of people and there's a giant martha's vineyard at his giant mansion. He was like oh. It's be close. Family friends it was a huge event. Their party in there having fun for sixty s birthday. Yeah i mean. I don't know why people are surprised obama's whole presidency was say one thing do another and also like i'm with obama anyways. I'm sick a mask. So they suck sixties a big birthday. Man don't really see the big deal i mean. Let them have a birthday party on susan. Mattie lied about like was lybia billion times what do you do you care about this one. For any number two infrastructure bill kapalua ones on a bomb on their. What am i supposed to do. This was the best present of all time. He never told a lie. Every every president told by than the last two presidents. I'd rather help sure but still pretty good that great okay. I'm personally personal. Opinion personal matter personal difference. Different tastes there. You go okay. What i want to defend him over. The last two presidents hang out with obama agrees better than the last two presidents but like in the in the in the grand scheme. It's been shit for the last four. I'd say pretty much wouldn't say that under a big obama guy. Once i voted for him and on the first go round. But i thought that he really shat the bed with his presidency overall. Personally so what do you want me to say. What are you trying to hit the bed. Not trying to get anything. What am i not allowed to say that. I kind of liked the bama. What's wrong what's wrong with that song. Okay so we disagree yeah. It's all good fantastic moving on number two. What's happening in politics. The infrastructure bill one trillion dollars for physical infrastructures. What they're working on in the senate. Both parties are still trying to negotiate amendments that would change infrastructure bills crypto currency pat attention regulations and whether or not to allow corona virus aid money to be spent on infrastructure. But there was no final deal as time taping on sunday so a form of this is going to get through the senate by some point probably by wednesday. So here's the three things you should pay attention to crypto language in particular in the infrastructure bill heavy. Irs oversight and tax reporting responsibilities are being implemented at a minimum for crypto exchanges and potentially for everybody involved in crypto development at all depending on the final language adopted in the bill and on top of that the richest guy in congress democratic senator mark warner from virginia is proposing to make proof of stake systems like car donohoe more heavy heavily regulated than traditional proof of work systems like bitcoin. Because he's a fucking dick cat to not know it's horrible take it to the internet. Brian armstrong tweets. There are few key moments that define our future one is happening now in the senate with the infrastructure bill at the eleventh hour. Mark warner has proposed an amendment. That would decide which foundational technologies are okay and which are not in crypto. This is disastrous yuan. Musk replies to that and says agreed. This is not the time this is talk to technology winners. Losers in crypto currency technology. There's crisis that compels hasty legislation hundred percent. Why this is not a pressing issue. We got a global pandemic on. Can we can we. Can we leave cripple mon to the democrats in control. It is marked. The bill plans to haul at least twenty eight billion dollars in tax in crypto harder so like i. Don't it sucks because i i'm not using cryptos a tax shelter. I'm happy to pay whatever taxes. I need to pay on. Any profits from crypto is going to slow the industry down at a big. Don't need it to be slowed down. Over-regulation has the industry. Well it's gonna hurt it for sure. we'll see what the final senate version says later this week but something is going to happen and that's something is going to be taxes coming infrastructure bill is also supposed to have wildfire prevention for the western states funding for that. There was a lot of wildfire prevention money. Going into the negotiations to start the bill. But it's hard to tell light crypto. What the final. Tally is going to be. When it's all said and done we get the final senate version. Hopefully by the latest wednesday again. Shout the heart. Ohi firefighter in colorado ethan pain. He's fighting wildfires. He said that the biggest way people can help. The wildfire fighters is driving tobacco products out to the front lines for the guys who are fighting the fires when they run out of six and dip that they're gonna field strip their cigarettes because they're not assholes they're gonna smoke those cigarettes then feel growing pocket. Make sure that they go in their pockets. They're they're putting out the fires not starting he. He also said that we could help people. We help letting people know that firefighters in general. Just don't get paid very much and are overwork. During the fire season because I also read that. Federal and state regulators need to come together to make it easier and more lucrative for people to properly manage the forest the vast forest system. Apparently it's too cost prohibitive to Do any type of management so get it done in dc. get ethan. The boys paid already. And that's why you should invest in firefighter. Coin it's a new crypto currency. That helps the bullies. Get back on the frontline over starting this week. So you're say thinking about five hours coins coyne. how much is that gonna take developer. It's literally everything. This bill might just not really do much for so we'll see we'll see what happens on both of those crypto penalties and also what the wildfire gets funding stuff but finally on on the infrastructure bill. After this passes the bulk of vines proposed agenda is said to be included in the separate budget reconciliation package that will bypass the filibuster according to speaker pelosi and chuck schumer. So that'll push spending levels for federal programs up an additional three point five trillion on top of this one trillion dollar infrastructure deal and the multiple trillions in cove relief packages. We've seen over the last two years which means brace yourself taxes coming especially if you work in crypto so that's basically what's happening on capitol hill leave crypto alone. Lots not again. That's not gonna happen at a minimum. It will be more heavily taxed after this. We missed the boat would get rich. Fuck we missed the boat about ten times. Yeah we missed it when the government didn't get that pen stock peak stupid number one number one good news the olympics if we could still play music on the pod. We'd have a weird champions music bed right now because the usa is once again. The champions of the summer olympics with thirty nine golds to china's thirty hundred thirteen total to china's eighty-eight and china's second place that final total of one hundred thirteen medals by the us by far the most of any nation. But pretty bad actually in comparison to rio de janeiro. Five years ago where you consider we had one hundred twenty one total medals forty six of them. Gold it's a lot more goals and thirty fewer events that we competed him. Never in doubt baby in doubt we also didn't get a men's gold in track for the first time ever as a nation so it so we did with us saco usa but like we're not our olympic programs not the peak of work harder next time. Yeah the filed teams to pull through for the usa. Were indeed the big boys in the shot. Put and men's basketball like we hope last week but also on sunday the last day the women's basketball team cyclists and the volleyball programs. All women's came through with the last three golds on sunday. Detail say from thirty six to thirty nine one. Pass china it. Finally on the men's basketball front kevin durant became three time gold medalist and also led the usa olympic team in scoring all three times and it created this amazing video after they won the gold. Everybody who said we won't take the. They had power powerpoint. You talk of shoot. I'd like you emerge. Pirate those four about catching up to us. Like are you serious. This skill is unmatched. You did show everybody. I wanna go. Everybody chip in though we wanted to press on shift. These the fucking badgering perkins. He is the man. I finally got to order. Katie jersey to for a team. I root for usa go usa. Dago congrats usa. Good job coming from behind. We got it also. Good job llosa. Usa women. I watched that game. I put a bet. Japan where they crushed seventeen and a half and us to wear. It worked out perfect. Oh wow you hit both. Those japanese women cannot get a shot off from the inside they. Just can't the us probably right to layoffs off. That both missed the hurt heard. It looked like a varsity team versa freshman at pretty. Luckily just shooting threes wildly. Every time. they have the ball. Nice i'll go. usa. Today's cup of coffee in the big time which was brought to you today by our new and incredible sponsor full bore barbecue. These guys reached out to us directly to market to the harto hive. They know we've got some big barbecue lovers in the high because why they're a part of it that's right listeners. And barbecue purveyors full-bore barbecue is proof. The american dream is still alive. When you have a superior product mix with unstoppable work ethic what started a group of high school friends trying their hardest at a local barbecue. 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So here's the post from The westfield detective bureau which says the department has been made aware that individual in white van with the usa flag on the side has been in various neighborhoods knocking on random people's doors trying to sell discounted meet. He is not registered with the city or this department to do so. And if you see him in your neighborhood police call a number. I'm not gonna read. Because i don't want to be caught so we'll see getting the discontinued me. I got a video. So so what's happening is bleacher. Look at this guy and van. And here's a video of him stopping by and this is just. This is just tragedy. what he's trying to do here. just watch what he's trying to do. It's crazy question. Sorry bali i just finished up by might deliveries for the ban was still got some shoulders. Wrong seats at prints sali's strips like four or five bullets that caught tonight wall. Why the horror the horror that down. I'm asking him putt. I'm saying hey bring it here. I got a lifetime. Supply full bore barbecue sauce. You got over right. One or two things is happening right now. I don't care about was the meat is stolen and good to the meat is not good. That's still look at it though you could look at it. You gotta gotta call anytime. You're buying meat off the street. You gotta call the guy over and say hey. I want to smell it. The smell of one open. Let me smell it. Yeah i mean what fucking vegan pulled on. This guy is what. I wanna know five dollars as genitalia anita go. I'd rather ripcord. I'd rather regard that sells me five dollar quality strips in like a guy that sells me like a solid eight for forty five bucks being honest like even in the smoking days. Lifetime you're gonna save more money nestle. You got a discount emeka. You're you're on easy street your house. You don't like the kind of like cool power. That wheels i got i got. I got a meet guy. Don't worry about. I'll give you a nice. It's like someone that you know has like venison venison guy also the best go grocery stores. They don't like if you want a good cut of meat. That's the better cuts. Go to the restaurant unless you have a butcher shop in your area which most people don't like rip it off a restaurant right. Well here's a picture. What the the. There's a picture of some of the meat that people that smart people that actually did buy from. This guy is some genius so it's looks like just a like a wholesale meat company but i don't know if he's licensed to assess like united states beef wholesales gotta fuck an eight eight eight number eight eight eight three four six eight eight eight nine Yeah some desirability. There's really bad pakistan not the greatest packaging logo mark though. Prices cogos triangles. There's like that's that's that's that's the bullhead will. Yeah so that's a capital. But if i went on the. Us trademark website and searched. Which because they have a little tm there three triangle logo. My guess is not a registered trademark. That bullet no one steal it. Yeah so i mean fucking. The problem is the fucking government. Wants their hands and all the all things food these days you know. This is the bigger picture here. Like the crypto marquette motherfucker. Fda approved morass on so even needs. It's fine it's fine Even even the detective bureau post on the on the facebook goes on to say quote by all accounts. It appears as though this guy is. He's literally selling discounted meeting. There does not appear to be anything nefarious going on time. The cops just wanting to where he is so they can fuck and take advantage of it. And then here's some picks people took to facebook of course to You know talk about the sky. Greg reed says selling discounted is nefarious. I worked for meat processors for a decade and one of the issues was are drivers pulling off a case or to of meat from various pallets then selling them for cash it's like it's like the irishman door-to-door and flea markets and reporting if the company if we had shorted the pallets very possible. This person is guilty of larceny. To which william keys says. he's legit. I know him. You're all just dumped jumping to conclusions as normal and then and then kim says kim tries to tag westerfield detective bureau by just mentioning them and then i say shut up. Kim got him told him to shut up kim's also a luddite when it comes to westfield detective wrote it. Yeah yeah that's that's tax doesn't know that personally he just likes dislikes the meat Yeah yeah yeah so so if you'd be upset if you were getting busted up. Oh yeah yeah. Of course this is like this is like the guys busting up the the hot mom at the highschool like the only mrs poindexter. This is right along the same lines or like the chicken. The florida woman. It was horrible in a plane. Fussell's arbitrage scenario getting dollar cuts right. Just let it let it. Crimes relatively stomach macabre goddamn complainers out. They've learned the fun for everyone. So if you if you buy me from this guy let us know what honestly picture of schick. Oh i'm gonna call later. You guys won't do little to talk. International moment so it turns out hyenas or pass these these creepy looking things right here that disney depicted as lunatics in disney's lion king well disney nailed it because a massive bone graveyard was found in the lava. Tube is a cave system and saudi arabia in that cave. Archaeologists found hundreds of thousands of bones from fourteen different types of animals including humans that they believe stripe titan has collected over the past seven thousand years. So that's the lion king. Yes get did. They know the lion king animators know something that they should have told us. They know about the bone lehrer. No they just knew that height psychos. Yes they do. They collect the bones and they just they discussed it correctly. So yeah the sick fox love eating a gnawing on bones. And they're having known to rob human graveyards to get dead people's bones that's researchers have been investigating the cave for about fifteen years but they had only ventured into the depths of the cave where they found the millions of scratched up bones a few months ago and one archaeologist said. If it's not us we're fucked another another the head. The head archaeologist god. I hope it's just normal sized hyenas doing this. Yeah so there's like. They've just been collecting for decades. For centuries millennial seven thousand years seven thousand years over seven thousand years. They've collected about a million bones from fourteen different animals. And they think it's the highness but you know could be anything could be. It could be like just a monster that we don't know about talk about tradition. Much time i would never go in that cave. It's so hard to be like that monster from cohn heads remember that they have to fight could be like seven thousand. Years is too long to say that it all belongs to one thing. It's convenient dependent on hyenas that are about fifty pounds. You could strangle to death attack and you probably a strongest draws any. And they do do they. Yeah they're they're pretty while they take you out there. Can't they like change. Sexist like they're like men like males can like they look a little bit of an alien look to him right like looking at fans. They have some weird about their neck. Looking at nak is like it's fucked. Up that vertebrate not normal disgusting animals. They are let's head over to spain. Snickers candy bar ran an ad in spain that is receiving some pretty harsh backlash. Yes in fact was pulled from the air. The ad shows some friends sitting down for lunch and the one man appearing and sounding very feminine orders the sexy orange juice to the shock of his table mate and the waiter The waiter then hands the flamboyant man a snickers and after one bite everyone turns to the beard now bearded man with who has now a deep voice and says you better and better video. Can i play it for copyright reasons. I don't know. I think you should be able to the the olympics thing that happened last week as the nbc is psycho this year on a casual. Yeah and like international sports like usually have like really crazy copy. It's twenty seconds. it's in spanish material. Lebron use the sixty thousand within a domino effect. I would keep those seat. Does what he got around. The world and the promoting took turned him straight again. Conversion therapy giant flaming. Gay guy when you're hungry do that. They've been doing that thing where you're not acting yourself when you're hungry. They've used like shami elisa. Manelli when someone's acting like a drama queen but the tone of this one is some guy was acting super ed and that was wrong so he needs stickers to snap him out of his k. Behavior by the baby right. This came out at that time for spain who has recently had multiple violent attacks against citizens like twenty four year old gay man samuel lewis who was allegedly beat to death a few weeks ago and a targeted attack against gays and that's just a string of recent violence against gay people in spain so not good and will in related news to baby has announced a multi multi venue tour across spain announcing on his instagram l. Babies coming to spain has come back to our working title. Absolutely no gays allowed. Yeah it makes sense. Identified it as a hotbed. He needs to go to iran where he needs to go do man. I'm gonna get that sound effects that the glass breaking so we can use it because so something ridiculous gay in here to what an atmosphere who's got that clean posted. Put them up now. Who's cast out there. get out. Yeah crazy people at that. Concert guys not uh ridicule right. Okay and now russia. Where a woman. Who has the exact same willpower when it comes to food is. Wes is suing mcdonalds. Kasenyi ov- chin cova an orthodox christian from omarska zahid pronounce. Russia was steering clear of meat lent in two thousand nine hundred ninety s. She always does. But once you saw a mcdonald's ad featuring delicious cheeseburger and some tasty chicken nuggets. She could not resist and went straight to the nearest mcdonalds and gorge on meat and meat like products. She said when. I saw an advertising banner. I could not help myself visited mcdonald's and bought a cheeseburger or case closed. Good it is good looking good looking at but she's suing mcdonalds for insulting her religious feelings to the tune of one thousand rubles which is about fourteen dollars. She soon for fourteen dollars. Yeah it's ridiculous and don't go into the legal field in russia doesn't sound very angry. Not and mcdonald's responded saying look we're not gonna give her the fourteen bucks back but this has given us an idea to start having how advertising campaign during lent and this woman is welcome to any of our mc jesus burgers more double or double double fries. Every friday during lent for life free cologne. When mark gets a photoshop out. Yeah i made this now. This one was already online. Jesus with the big. Mac which good does i'm. I'm tired starts tomorrow literally saw get somebody. You're saying you're right in that story that made you wanna eat it. Yes thanks mcdonald's. I'm going to sue them for a thousand rubles tomorrow. All right Let's take it to canada real quick guys. 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What do hell yeah all right. Jack boys because growing up to canada shot joe cone for the story by the way a court martial trial is underway for canadian soldier. Who's accused of feeding her unit weed laced cupcakes without their knowledge before a live. Fire training exercise. Oh i i. I was like nice and then i realized that's dangerous. Yup yeah right. Yeah the lady. This devilish grin on her Good looking soldier She looks like the girl. Like like a whiter version of the girl who played the grinch in the night before you know the one that like fox the superstar guy in the bathroom. The movie the night with seth rogan. Anthony mackie the girl that plays the grinch in that movie. Okay she looks a little untrustworthy. Know yes that's up saying that evil grin and everything. God does that man. And there's there's warnings all orange got nowhere to look. Several soldiers have testified that chelsea cogs well was in charge of the canteen at the base in Or mocked oh new brunswick and on july twenty first two thousand eighteen shed a little surprise to the normal lunchtime fair. The form of three cupcakes upset free cupcakes. Way more than three But yeah essentially the canteen like you roll by like eat lunch if you wanna buy soda or something Candy bar but she had the cupcakes out and soldiers. It's pretty normal. Sometimes the canteen folks will bring a homemade baked good to raise morale so they thought nothing of it about forty minutes later. Some of the started feeling kind of loopy according to medical corporal. Patrick hep ditch. Who testified it on saturday. He said He witnessed a soldier. Who'd been smoking only occasionally these cigarettes and he started chain smoking almost immediately. Ask pretty good sign. You're fucked up weird because you love and those cigarettes cigarettes are nothing better right now. Just light one cigarette with the other cigarette. A whole pack. I feel great rings. Another soldier was wandering around in front of his gun and rolling around in the grass so he like crossed the firing line down the and weapons rolling around in the grass unusual behavior for sure. Yeah ashley digs a retired sergeant said. He had a dry mouth after eating a cupcake and he attributed that to Dehydration i but then when he kind of looked around and saw everyone was fucked up he was like oh man. Bombardier conard sherbro Says he started to feel quote spaced out and at first yeah he also thought it was dehydration but no amount of water helped. He said she made them strong chain smoking. Drinking water rolled around the grass issues. The problem they focused on her attractiveness not the signs. That she's untrustworthy. There too right. It's a cute girls cupcakes. it's like more. I'm ready to write off about her smile. But such cute enough that i'm going to ignore norton. Maybe a faded cupcakes. You'll fuck man. This is the test okay. Connor said He then became incoherent and wandered around looking at trees as well. He was on century gun duty and was unable to focus. So he's just walking away from his gun just looking at the trees one guy rolling around down range. She got another sound smoking. Good time and was able to communicate with squirrels brain. Several soldiers starting to notice similar symptoms. And then they all came to consensus that they were really really high. That must have been a hilarious moment though. Like oh shit guys you. You're acting like an idiot. Why are everybody's is so red. Who does that man anyway psycho see. That's the thing. Like i love given out edibles one of my favorite things. I like cooking like sharing them with the world. But you absolutely need to tell somebody that's in there because otherwise they're probably just wasted edible. It's joy themselves. There's a special place in my heart for people that do this. That trick people special in helping like the duff man and my bachelor party. That guy is a piece of shit then join with joints that were at a minimum spice instead of wean. He didn't give a heads up and he just it was like a discount meek guy. He's got this kind of parole. I lost their minds. He doesn't even get to see what he is work. Either he's just put out some monster. He's fucking chaos. Girls probably similar like she. I doubt she was hanging out. Do you think she was like. Was she watching it. Pat like wishy. They're watching was so she must have been it. Sounds like it's an she comes in and the one guy waters it's multiple. So here's what. I could tell the basis multiple forces base so. I assume there's quite a few folks there but it's also a little more remote area. So i i guess it was. She probably see. That's that's kind of the vibe. I get you she privacy. She did okay. Yes so little since then. The exercise was suspended after they realized they were all high. And they began a search for the rappers. The cupcake rappers. So they could be tested. But all the rappers initially collected there was five or six total only one survived. The others were lost leading the defense attorney ian casper to argue that because the average weren't tested in only the single rapper was tested. This singer rapper should be thrown out as evidence saying the loss of such important evidence was the result of incompetence into that. say yet. Ian your client got them very very high. Of course they were incompetent and couldn't hold onto the rappers dickhead right. So don't want rapper. One rapper seems like plenty of evidence. Actually right now. She's she's charged with eight counts of administering a noxious substance to soldiers without their consent. Fucked up the by the way. The duff man was literally duff. Nixon was. Halloween was just trying to run out by. You're confused the guy that duffin costume halloween. Who he sold you drugs very strange merck interest and he said i just liked to have make people have a good time while he was like doing the hands together. Probably in hindsight. We shouldn't shouldn't bought cheap pre rolls much smoke off. We'll tell you price. I tell you what's your i like to watch you. Smoking guys were mess. I lost my mind. Got a share. Who well one guy tackle the other guy and they broke his dislocated shoulder. He had to go to the hospital high on spice with the guy a dislocation like no shared uber ride home and i was just not having it and now just like making like really really aggressive inappropriate comments about linka like murdering people in the cobb right home was allowed for so long i thought i had thrown up an entire throw up of nothing but blood on that trip but then i remembered later that i had actually pounded a giant red knack. Like like a like a forty ounce like bright. Red dachary ripe. Before i would sleep on man. I would've loved being your brain. You thought your blood i was. I was under rally like value the whole poem and then finally like weeks later. Like oh shit actually. It was a dachary who's dodge bullets. West tickets is willing to do another one. Yeah okay let's got an interesting opportunity for guys will. I don't know if you've got the space helmet handy but if you if you want you can you can put it on there. We for this So i'm not sure we could still do hard factor at the same time as this venture and we would surely kill each other within the first two months but the content. I would be just incredible if we decided to apply for this. Nasa began taking applications past friday for four people. One two three four to live inside. A mars dune alpha apparatus which they've constructed which is seventeen hundred foot. Martian habitat created by three printer inside a building at the johnson space center. Houston okay okay. So seventeen hundred square feet so it's smart bathrooms ball. I don't they're gonna put more than one bathroom. I don't think they're gonna give us more than one for the four of. Here's what it looks like right now. That's kind of like the The beginning stages of issues. Yeah this is like artists drawing anyway. Seventeen hundred square feet the perfect size for four human beings. Yeah so according to the The paid they will work in a simulated martian exploration mission complete with spacewalks limited communication back home restricted fruit and re restricted food and resources and equipment failures. Which i'm sure we would all just handle very smoothly for of us working together. Well are we allowed to post social media videos. I'm not sure about that. I'm not leaving anybody dealbreaker. That's well this is the question mark. I don't do the you're supposed to ask for a full year locked in or them. I don't think they can technically keep prisoner there like a mental looney bin but anyway This probably isn't for us There's there's no windows are in the shelter and as of now it's only ready to eat space food and if you plant Is what the volunteers will eat. Slammed three people are gonna get murdered. Yeah yeah. I didn't wanna burst. Your bubbles immediately. Space helmet off. According to the article requirements are pretty strict including a masters degree in science. Which don't have engineering or math. Field pilot experience and also not us only american citizens or permanent residents eligible. We got one of those who were good. We're coming back. Applicants may have to be between thirty and fifty five checkmark. Okay maybe you can put it back on. May and then hang on. Applicants must also be in very good physical health with no okay. We can start working on it that one we can get to. I think i still like. Do you know what they need to do. We need to pitch them on doing two of these and do one with the smart scientists who are in good shape and then do another one with regular people because when degree talks underdogs the underdog crew. Because when you go to mars you're going to need like minors and whatnot. They're not all going to be like winners. You know we could be the non winner. Task walls need four podcasters. Thank you can eat guys in the brig could be up there guys like us but hey chefs cooks. Lie cooks cigarettes and alcohol in ours. Alien to how much offering odd. Otis knows this is four. Human beings can can survive this. Yeah so the lead scientists. This girl grace douglas said. We're looking in We're looking at mars realistic situations. We want to understand humans performing them so basically just this isolation it's going to be exactly that's going to be a fucking blood. The article continues to Slam the door shut on us from canadian quote from canadian. Astronaut chris hadfield. Apparently he's been five months in order at the international space station and said quote. The applicants should be quote super competent resourceful and not relying on other people to feel comfortable. So you know that's that's tough stuff for us these just rubbing our faces now but our pod would function differently. This guy doesn't understand. The type of expertise were bringing right but see the problem. Is they also noted in the articles that russia's tried to do this by using like normal people and they just quit. They just can't handle it so they want like astronaut astronauts listers handle this for year. Yawkey it's going to turn it's gonna turn ugly right taking the i'll take in the space now. Okay but i might put it back on knowing that you can leave at any point like if you were actually on mars and you know you can't leave. It's different but knowing that like mcdonald's is just a few doors away If you just say you know what. I'm done about the sucks. Then it's how long could you last four days. I could last longer than the four days. It takes six months you six months thing. He's no way there's no way he's not exposed months chew it. Three months is a lot. I know how to do time mark one month. I don't know man. Six months state of mind. Pat lived with you. You do six months data. Mind talking to get myself month. That's about a month is the max. Yeah anyway that's gonna hard factor application process and september seventh in case you wanna you know. Try to pressure. There assures just like that job to do the the taco shop. Four hundred thousand dollars a year. They're going tons of applications for this. Yeah i actually tried. The application process can't see it. I got signed up for it and one of the first questions is like. Do you have a masters degree in science. And they pretty quick. Unless you li- you could probably get past it. But anyway i have a feeling. They're going to have to start lowering the bar. Yeah pay a lot of money. I think that they should give us a shot at our own. Our own building. Our own facility. It'd be great conran for sure. I lock six six months week least in college right. That's going to factor. Thank you for joining us for yet. The start of another amazing week new shirt drops today check it out on the news with hard factor. Very sexy lady telling you that on the news So if you don't wanna join the patriot on if you don't want to commit to that we get it. You're missing out on the shivani. Great content over there a lot of extra content but back with nelson also art factor detectors coming out this week. Amazing time to join a patriot. But we get it. It's a it's kind of a commitment but if you if you do want support us by a t shirt by this t shirt and help spread the word. It's got a logo on. It's got our slogan on it. It's a very very nice t shirt for heart factors so check it out. Our factor dot com. 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Stephanie for men and women and you will look fantastic. Love genucel dot com slash stephanie. Yeah yeah happy. Happy hour dropped enough. Because what i'm often week it's been it's been a. It's been a week why it's happy hour. Why am i editing. Block that right. I mean this was a week. I listen i. It was very stressful. I masturbated successfully. You'll have to go to patriot to hear all the details of that however this happy hour is fantastic. Comedian ben glebe. Who punked an anti vaccine restaurant. Larry and glenn kirshner who just makes us feel better. Oh yes and colonel. Steve austin reminds you that america is endangered. Girl girl. Okay but my point is he makes us feel better that he does not think this horrible texas law is going to stand so We shall see but he makes a lot of great legal points. Ben glebe hilarious. Please enjoy a happy hour. While i got my dogs before they disembowelment happy hour. If ever there was a week. I needed to get all glenn. A body. A shot to the solar plexus this week for justice right every every day is crazier than the day before you know. Now it's the new texas law. Which i look forward to talking about kevin mccarthy not just obstructing the congressional hearing into the capital attack but threatening the witnesses with retaliation abusing is office so we have a lot to cover know what. Since you brought that up. I was going to do supreme court. I mean that is a really obviously. You've heard the breaking news that which we assumed but that kevin mccarthy is among the group of lawmakers whose phone records are of interest. It's like committee so you know when he was openly obstructing saying oh a republican majority won't forget we reported yet although we know because he said that he talked to trump that day. We knew that you know but does that change it. Legally he is a target and he is certainly threatening and obstructing right. I have dealt with guys like kevin mccarthy all my life. it's a prosecutor and in substance. What kevin mccarthy said when he threatened the phone companies telling them do not produce relevant evidence he said and he said i will retaliate when the gop is back in power we will get after you. He said snatches get stitches. That's what he said in substance and that is lawlessness on top of corruption on top of abuse of power on top of more lawlessness and step. I wanna know why the department of justice doesn't already have an arrest warrant for kevin mccarthy for obstructing a congressional hearing and for a witness tampering. This is criminal law one one watching his crimes in the harsh light of day. Well and marjorie taylor green who we also know is a target. They want her phone records. She said if if they do this. The phone companies they will be shutdown. That's a promise i mean. That's an even more explicit. Threat isn't it. That's like me telling a witness who has been subpoenaed to the grand jury. Do not show up. Do not testify against me. And if you do we're gonna come after you. I mean that is not only a crime. It is so damaging of the integrity of the criminal justice system and in this instance of congress's responsibility to investigate the capital attack. The insurrection that the department of justice has to move out. They have to move out on these sample well. Chris asked you before the break. If you are right he said with your jersey accent. He thought you were in. And i said no. He's in dc so he could take over as attorney general almost immediately to be no moving costs. Nothing malcolm nance mentioned that this week by the way attorney general glenn kirschner you if anybody you have been patient about the department of justice and you know you always council justices coming but you know you tweeted. This is precisely what happens when our law enforcement authorities refused to timely. Hold criminal politicians accountable. It encourages further crime like mccarthy criminally obstructing a congressional proceeding. Hey doj starting for enforcing the damn law I think a lot of people's patience has worn thin with the doj and listen. I've investigated lots of cases in the grand jury understand the need to do it thoroughly the button it up so you have as bulletproof case as you can possibly bring but when public safety is at risk we have to move out. We can't continue to investigate in our quest to build the perfect case we have to move out and protect the public and protect our democracy. That's why i'm losing my patience. Yeah yeah well someone asks you what happens when every gop number connected to one six pleads the fifth and you said congress can grant them immunity and compel their testimony however that complicates doj's ability to prosecute them. And i suspect. The evidence will demonstrate. That many of them should be prosecuted. I mean i think that's what a lot of us are hungry for. It's like forget congressional this or that. These people belong in jail for this. I mean go. Hey do and and we have to be careful though because when we call like a jim jordan you know when he's asked did you talk to the president during the capital attack and his answer was and i quote One hundred nine hundred hundred dollars and when we when we call somebody like that before congress as part of the house. Select committees investigation. He will invoke the fifth because he's not stupid then. Congress has a decision to make. Dewey grant him immunity or do we say we understand. You've committed crimes. We understand you have a fifth amendment privilege against self-incrimination. So we're excusing you. And we're moving on to the next witness. 'cause here's the challenge steph if they grant him immunity and they force him testify which they can do that complicates our ability to prosecute him later. Think oliver north during the iran contra affair oliver north committed boo koo felony crimes. He was called before congress. He was granted immunity. He was compelled to testify thereafter. We prosecuted him and he was convicted of three felony offenses on appeal. His case was thrown out. Why because he was forced to testify publicly before congress and the appellate court thought some of that information may have made its way into the prosecution against him and so it was used against him so it really does complicate matters. I would rather send jim jordan on his way after he pleads the fifth and retain our ability to prosecute him yeah. Patients is not my strong suit but okay. Let's talk about supreme court. I don't even know what to say. You tweeted a bunch of mentioned stand for this either. Depriving half of america. Their constitutional rights isn't a frontal us. All this must not stand You said if we are to restore the legitimacy the court if we are to restore women's constitutional rights. We must ask justices. I'm i'm so sick. Glenn people single. That's very radical i. This isn't radical asking fellow citizens to be bounty hunters on the make neighbors private medical decisions. I i mean. I i mean how much more radical with laws before we say. It's time to expand the. Let me tell you as much as this law infuriates me. This law is a stunt and this law will fail. And here's why two reasons. One texas tried to away with the requirement. That if you're going to sue somebody you need to have standing. Which means you need to have a personal dog in the fight and you need damages. You personally need to have been armed. What the texas law did is say. No you no longer need those two things. So the texas government is just completely debasing. The court saying we're now going to let everybody used the court for their own ideological purposes without the requirement of standing or damages. So that back demeans the courts the same way or in a very similar way that the sanction cracking lawyers demean the courts. The courts ultimately will not stand for. We can talk about what the supreme court did a minute. But here's the other reason. It will fail staff because when texas says we're passing a law that private citizens can sue any other private citizen for exercising their constitutional rights for doing something that the first citizen doesn't like. Guess what california can pass a law saying you can sue anybody for carrying a gun and the person being sued would say. Wait a minute. I have a constitutional right to carry a gun. Guess what the women in texas have a constitutional right under roe v wade which is still the law of the land to have an unfettered decision during the first trimester and having nearly an unfettered decision for twenty to twenty four months up to the point of viability texas. I mean california could pass laws letting you sue gun owners notwithstanding their second amendment rights letting them you can sue people who engage in eight speech prejudice each misogynistic speech xenophobic speech. Even if that speech is covered by the first amendment this law is a stunt. This law will fail he. I'm sure governor. Larry elder get right on all that. Everybody vote no on the recall. I am not getting your people. Yeah okay early. Returns are looking good for democrats back. I'm usually happy happy one. But i'm starting to scare the bejesus out of democrats in california. Look alive people. This is not a drill. This could happen. Oh my god. Okay so glenn. That's a great point. I you heard missed all talking about sending federal doctors in you know. There's obviously a lot of ideas you know the president of the doj said. They're looking at it. Nancy pelosi said congress will look at it. What do you think the best remedy is here. What can and should happen. Glen i think ultimately the courts will strike at that. Strike this down. I actually think the texas state courts once these cases are filed will say. This is not the subject of a lawsuit. It doesn't matter what empty headed governor. abbott says. it doesn't matter what the texas taliban legislature says. In order to bring a lawsuit you need standing and you need damages and you have neither. You just don't like the way your neighbor exercised or constitutional rights case dismissed. It's not going to withstand court challenges. I predict even in the state courts in texas and the supreme court yes. Five justices had absolutely no allegiance to the law to their own case law of roe v. Wade so they're not going to take this up on an emergency basis at the end of the day. They're not going to allow us to stand. Now that's a different question for what from what they're gonna do. In other cases that are already scheduled for hearings like the fifteen week abortion case. That's pending before them. They could very well undermine roe v. Wade cut it back or do away with it altogether but it won't be as a result of this ridiculous texas law yeah So looking at a piece of the staggering implications of the supreme court's texas antiabortion. Because a lot of this is obviously legal. Gobbledegook google for most of us. So that's why we have you. But i this is they said. Spa relies on a highly unusual enforcement. Mechanism i think. You've alluded to this. But no state officers permitted to enforce the statute instead. The law permits any person other than an officer or employee. This is how they get around this right To follow lawsuit against an abortion provider. Anyone who aids or abets the performance inducement of an abortion. A plaintiff who prevails and such a lawsuit is entitled to a bounty of at least ten thousand dollars paid by the person they sued talk about a slippery slope of my or who clearly has no apps left give said texas lawmakers fashion the scheme because because federal constitutional challenges to st louis ordinarily are brought against state officers were in charge of enforcing the law. So if no state officer enforced law. It's unclear whether anyone can be sued to block it. The supreme court's order joined by five conservative justices effectively blesses this method of evading judicial review. If texas can avoid a court order blocking its antiabortion. Law by delegating enforcement law to private bounty hunters soak in any other state and florida's already said bright. Hold my beer right. I mean this is the joy an Avoid judicial review right so think about it if legislatures can start passing laws handing off the enforcement of those laws to the citizenry than how congress pass laws ending off the enforcement of those laws to the citizenry. Because i know who. I'd like to go out and start locking up. Yeah yeah so a couple of other things on here allowing lauda stand violates the obviously supreme court ruling on it means that it means the constitutional right to abortion is effectively dead states. Now have the power to ban abortion for the first time since roe v wade while it's theoretically possible to court could reverse course in a subsequent litigation strike down espy eight the sort of justices who would allow such a law to take effect exceedingly unlikely to do so and the courts already planning to hear a case in its next term which you just referred to which it can overrule row explicitly. The right to abortion was killed in a one paragraph order in a case that arou- arose on the supreme court's shadow docket which means something they only give right cursory briefing and no oral argument to the snuck through literally in the dead of night glenn when the media was too busy beating joe biden up over afghanistan the court has now signaled it will permit states to enact laws that are intentionally drafted to frustrate judicial review which s betas so. Are you worried about this slippery slope in other states. Now yes. I am worried about it. I don't think that the The result in the supreme court not not being willing to step in on this on an emergency basis means that this law will survive in the in the long term because i cannot conceive of a practice in the united states where state governments can pass laws that violate constitutional rights. But if if we can if the states can step then. I think every state that cares about gun. Violence needs to start passing laws that the citizens may not carry guns. Love it because it's the exact same thing has what texas is trying to do on the abortion front end at the supreme court said that's fine. Then let's get our legislation on and let's pass laws to stop. Everything that we know is actually doing damage to the. Yeah you and your giant. Gobble are everything i live for. Can we see your giant gobble. Please he's not kidding. Look at glen glenn gardner. He brought it up so to speak. I did not make dirty. I made it something beautiful just needs. It's on twitter. Handle yeah awesome gavel led us being. Well you've heard me raving about cozy. Eric lounge where their leggings joggers. Super soft pajamas are amazing. And they're sheet sets are just as incredibly soft and comfortable. Both cozier sheets and lounge wear are made from viscose from bamboo. Here's why that's important. No toxins harsh. 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Ben glebe who joins us now on zoom because because cova because. We can't have nice things you were going to be in studio but we have our friend. Sean is leaving to take care of his mom with Cancer and a couple of weeks. We're all just you know. Ben having to be double extra careful again because of delta and because of kobe idiots right look i understand i was gonna shower and everything but you save me of that need. That's the beauty of it. You don't live near anything in the world so really makes it a lot easier to this way but yeah people learn to your house for your birthday party because we thought oh woo. everything's opened. Everybody was vaccinated at your party. This was a couple months ago or something we're like we're we thought we were excuse. My life is back party. I had huge balloons. That said life is back. I now boasted it and then we all made. It was outside. I was like. I fell in love with your mother. That's another long story but you know i. I spoke hebrew tour. I said on the data. She says something. I said gonna nemo ticket was really ben. You missed it. Yeah tove may owed my god and now here we are again right delta delta very and and there's a new one that is starting to circulate into countries that i'm like oh my god this is that's even more infectious supports than delta. I mean it is so depressing isn't it. I mean it's incredibly depressing. I i just did a a disaster trailer parody for this talk show hosted and it's a mediocre heading towards earth that is going to destroy earth and we have to get on pods for or we die and already fragments of the media or have hit earth and the guys like i'm not getting your liberal space thingy and we're like what do you mean the meteors already hit your homes. Your house was destroyed last night. That's what the lame stream media wants you to think. And then the guy looked goes goes look out the window you can see the media right now. And he sees it reflected in his glasses and he goes. I'll believe it when i see it. That is reality. We keep talking about the idiosyncrasy but it really is like people are eating horse. Pace washed down with brando. Because it's what plants crave. I mean we really this video. You did so hilarious. Because we've heard of these cove video down here in huntington beach. it's their anti vaccine restaurants. You went in like undercover What's i don't even want to say the name of it it's a self styled bastion of noncompliance with kobe. Safety precautions Comedian ben glebe went there to put their stance to the test. He ended up out on his ear and a secretly recorded video. You can be seen trolling the waiters pretending to be among the patriots who appreciate the establishments fight for freedom. You say it's nice to have a place that kind of put their foot down for freedom and says we don't care about this deadly virus. We're going to put our foot down and just do it our way. Isn't that cool. I love it basically says but the waiter doesn't immediately sense. The facetious nece. It's all about freedom right way. Thinks he agrees. Oh my god so so this is not only they throw you out if you are wearing a mask right and they say you have to be unvaccinated to go to this restaurant correct. That's right. that's right they. They are so pro freedom. As soon as i put my mask on. They ripped it off of my face assaulted. Although you said you're not you know a giant so you're not gonna sue but they right put a mask on. They immediately asked you to leave. Get out of here. Pissed off one of the waiters. Says you guys are all gonna get outta here. You don't even have to pay the staff member and snatches the mask off space and you said i'm i'm sorry i'm i've been vaccinated. I'm sorry i didn't put anybody at risk. And then you're frogmarch thrown into the street and then you said next time. I'll have covet cova dental cough on people. I'm happy to do. I mean it's hilarious and sad all at the same time. I mean and they basically assaulted you for wearing a mask. The threw me physically out of the restaurant. and i. i'm sorry for protecting everyone feel bad i. I don't know what. I was thinking trying to actually do what we can. A little tiny bit for society. So we can get out of this damn thing and They weren't having it and it was very rude of me to even bring science anywhere near their right. It is your apparently not part of the right wing. Industrial snowflake complex. Because you said. I'm able to handle my things. I'm not a baby. I can even handle cloth on my face. So i'm not going to sue them. I mean it's i this unbelievable whiny victimhood and the screaming for freedom. Right when you're like the vaccine is the freedom it's like someone is a snake bite. You're like here's the antidote. Just take this. And they're like no no no no is horse paced. It's an extraordinary turn of events isn't it. Everything is political to these people and you cannot have your political decisions or your societal decisions. Decided by by by people without brain capacity. You can't do it. We've been held hostage as a nation by this entitlement of the dumb to think that their opinions must be discussed now. We late might be arriving at a place where we have to do. A dumb ban. We have to allow certain iq level to be part of our public discourse. We cannot it. It used to be up until a few years ago. That idiots didn't speak publicly much because the back of their head. They were just smart enough to know. They didn't have any idea what they were talking about. And then one of them becomes president and they're all empowered to agree and they believe. Oh yeah the thing that didn't even make sense in my head. I'm going to stand firm on it and make people prove me wrong. Just negative wrong then. I said earlier in the show more coaching conversation with my eight year. Old mother who has alzheimer's who is who's nursing home is shut down again because someone had covert there because only not even half of them are vaccinated in her nurse. I mean and so but we talked about polio badly. There wasn't this. Well what do you think about maybe iron lungs and you know brace braces on our feet are just are freedom. That's are we ever for like we didn't have this conversation. You just took the polio vaccine. And then paulie was gone right to two of the best memes i've seen on this one was Said all these people all these people in the on the right. He always talked so patriotically and i would die for my country. It would die for your country. You won't even take a shot for your neighbors. Yes it down and then maybe even more starkly one that said we don't even let our dogs hang out without their shop. Yes it's one day. Dogs are better than people. Well you've heard me raving about cozy earth lounge wear leggings joggers. Super soft pajamas are amazing. 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I guess i should ask you because i believe that we had a few drinks may or may not have made out after a happy hour. Are you married. are you going to have kids. What's happening with us. First of all you're committed to my mom now off more understand in my defense. I also made out with beverly dangelo after a happy hour. So i was a little Fluid some lovely In my drinking days. I have an amazing girlfriend. She lives with me for. He's been carmel. She's amazing and so are making out days are over. We always have your. You don't have met his girlfriend. Loophole for lesbian make outs. It's not serious. Epsom around tour. I'm heavily. I'll happily bring that to her. But this one. I don't know if you guys are gonna have kids. Jill tweets a florida teacher in a school district or three educators died in a single day. Slams governor dissenters mask war. She said i haven't had kids in forty one years ever act that immature. I mean it. Is you know we were talking about this guy at the mask. The miami airport going nuts. You know i it just and we're gonna raise little caveats in mass goals like that. I guess i mean he behaved exactly like a bratty spoiled child throwing a tent right. We now have just millions of actual man babies out in public screaming throwing tantrums. That's been enabled because the former president threw tantrums like that publicly because an entire news network throws tantrums. The look on sean hannity and tucker carlson's face as they spew their their murderous lies that they themselves don't follow always look like someone took their their paste away. They're always look and they have this complete bradey anger on their face. Which comes from knowing that you're wrong but you still wanna do you think your baby boy. Now yeah i. I mean i and we were saying i guess in the last. What is it chris. Since the weekend. I mean the last several days we've had. This is the third right wing. Radio talk. show hosts anti vaccine die comp- kentucky pastor all these anti vaccine anti vaccine people too preached it from their georgia cop who urged people to take the horse paste. He does died from taking the horse pair. I e who was. Who else do we say. Oh another guy. Thirty year old. Put three kids in a pregnant wife. The anti-freedom guy anti vaccine are leading whatever movement. Yes just died of covert. I mean ben. I don't know if you think that's going to move the needle dude. How about this. One doctor tweeted when two men who recovered from covert later sought surgeries to treat erectile dysfunction researchers analyzed their penile tissue and found. The virus was still president present months after infection. That you're won't work anymore. We'll that move. The needle will your right wing radio and pastor and whoever heroes dying of choline will that. Move the needle first of all. I don't know available the needle. But i just signed up for another vaccine. So will your needle not being able to move. Move the needle on vaccine but That plus the possible topic of you know bonus. Lesbian make out. It's been ready. I don't think it'll move the needle because these people will literally believe any excuse for any piece of bad data that gets. I assure you one of their buddies told them after all those conservative talk show hosts died if they really died cove it. How come they're not on the radio. No more telling us and the guys like that is a great point. How come as soon as they di- they go radio silent exactly and they're not mentioning it to anybody. I know i just. I can't imagine though chris. It doesn't have an impact that they don't go the guy that just told me you all of this stuff that i listened to died of that thing he said was that you didn't need of x. Zine for i mean it's insane we are. It's like idiosyncrasy mixed with titanic. You don't need lifeboats pilot trash afloat on at least once. The ship goes down exactly. I'm ben you by the way you have a fantastic. Tell us about the club because you know depending on what happens. We're doing our first live sexy liberal tour. But now we're just reading about a new variant. We're requiring vaccination and masking and all of that but you of a club that a lot of huge names including yourself have been doing shows from virtually just tell us about. It's called nowhere comedy club. That's right so when the pandemic hit we decided to try to help solve the problem of live comedy disappearing for the whole planet where performers couldn't make a living anymore and the global community couldn't attend live comedy couldn't have the community vibes the catharsis that live comedy brings and so i created the world's first virtual comedy club it's resume but we produce the events we have pre show vibes and music can hangs and videos Upcoming things we have shoulder managers amonte or the sounds. You can keep your video and audio so you can see and hear the audience and they can hear you. I've been i've been there. I was there for your birthday party. Cool there's this stage right. There's a whole stage and you're surrounded by three giant screens thirty feet of video screen so you literally see and hear your audience. And they seen here. You'd like a alive venue so you can do live podcasts. Live standup live. Talk shows in front of an audience. Bill burr is done seventy minute stand up performance from this stage sarah silverman. We've had countless shows from migra bigly a john cleese. Tabarre should Tyler now you're talking about turns me down to heights. You know your friend but very busy. Yes and And you can see these live shows so you don't have to go out for the first time history for alive night. Entertainment people. Just go to nowhere comedy. Club dot com. You can buy tickets to any of our upcoming shows. 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What Is The Critical Race Theory?

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Being taught in grade school. I mean that's what you're hearing the news. All over i mean. Is it the end of white america as we know it could society benefit from his teachings or will it return us to the dark ages. Racism will impact all of that tonight on the talk radio show. No experts just depends but colombians cue. What radio world. Gosh talk show radio show. Let me thank you for having me on your show so often to be here with you and all your listener channel. I with me choke over here. Jersey born nineteen. You don't screw scores coup. Some women are down for it. I'd say this is a show that people today opinion offensive. Well it's flying white woman. But i'm not anti man. I know the value of good news was gone on people. I wanna walk you to another episode of the talk radio show. My name is quincy in. This is my show broadcasting law from t to q man cave on tuesday august tenth to twenty twenty one episode number nine hundred in fifty two at tonight. We're discussing the critical race theory. Just what exactly is is it something that people want to teach in grade school is Or it it's a forty year. Forty something year old theory college course and i mean so. Why is it just now being discussed be- a mainstream media. Now it's been around since the seventies you know that for political reasons or truly attempt to make a difference in society while auburn on a couple of guest tonight who will give their sets on all of this so to the t to q lines. I go and i will start. I and go-to southern canada. To man up there in the empire state of new york and welcome on kevin. Kevin was going on how you doing. Q southern candidates awful nice now but canadians inspire mark vaccinated than americans but Here in new york We just found out that we're getting a new governor in the next fourteen days so Rejoice rejoice you can't touch people without getting permission. Who knew man so cuomo gave it up. I thought they had to drag him out kicking and screaming but he got down so and now you have what your first warning governor now. First female governor kenneth governor. Kathy hokka will take over and interesting. I kind of have a son of a small connection to cathy. Hoke my mother back in the day was on a board with kathy. Hokkaido of women in business in the greater buffalo area. so interesting. The my mother knows the governor who knew about that and we'll cook had to have you on men always a pleasure appreciate you wearing wearing a mass out to where my laptop catching the virus. So go back to the Well let me let me ask you a question before. I go back to the We're going to kick this thing off. What do you think the critical race theory is so critical race. Theory is just what it says. The theory that had been kicked around in areas of much much higher learning than what. They're trying to say it is today Just this past weekend on the bill maher show. You may have seen a segment Where Malcolm nance was on. With ben shapiro believe it or not two opposite ends of the spectrum there and ben shapiro broke it down how he was taught critical race theory when he was going for his law degree and that's when people learn at people in extremely advanced higher learning it has never been taught in k. through twelve It's never been intended to be taught in k. through twelve and it's not even anything that everybody in critical race theory agrees upon It's just exploring the what some people feel Has been perpetuating in this country. Since you know original sin so so why now i mean why not just now being discussed after you know almost fifty years lie now. I think that dates back to about twelve thirteen years ago. When we elected barack obama president all of a sudden everybody Not everybody certain but people who believe a certain way Feel as though they're the as they would say their country is being taken away from them so they're reaching for anything that They disagree with Become outspoken about critical race. Theory of something. Where people are hijacking What it actually was intended to be an relabeling it as something that they want to scare people with black lives matter was something similar people hijacked and all of a sudden. It's mantica It's it's what people want to paint as the boogeyman of the day. So now critical race theory people wanna say they're trying to teach us that being white is bad and that's never the intent of critical race theory so if they can get enough people to listen and understand their message. Their rebranding of critical race theory is and say these. It's a huge power. Grab by the left indoctrinating. Our children to make believe that being white is bad. That's the end goal. And that's that's so far from actually is That's how they're trying to scare voters into not voting for democrats and to vote for republicans pausing the game man. You white people got it bad heavy up to the merge bring on this guy from the seven three two area code garden state of new jersey. Please welcome mind show enforcer. Let's show legend right right what's happening. Hey what's up you ramo. Yeah get a in on him. Sign kevin kevin from buffalo. Okay nice to meet you for. We've taught boxing before you know kevin. Okay oh kevin the yeah the more handsome young brothers since right. Okay laura so right out. A lot of people think that the critical race theory accuses all white people of oppressors. Nbn evil while painting people of color no pun intended as victims I do you are you familiar with. The theory is basically for those. Who don't i have a go ahead. Yeah i hadn't heard his theory until tonight some trying to get an understanding exactly what is critical race theory. Okay well it was a college course. That was started back in the seventies that wanted to analyze policies regulations and laws that Were created. I guess back in time where things were racist and so some of these policies were unfavorable to minorities and a lot of these policy still exist. And they're still interwoven Society today so people want to analyze it so they can radically eight. Some of those policies procedures like you know things regarding bank loans and the way zone housing and where they put low income housing and things of that nature So it's all tied into that. So do you think this is something that should be taught in grade school like act like they want to do or do you think that it's more college course. Like it is nouakchott. Thinking should be started as early as possible. I mean because the kids are the future and the kids need to understand exactly what is going on and what is win on i mean. I don't think the thing if you tell the troops if this is something that is going on. that's not something that's make believe. This actual factual now things really look bad. Nowadays when you try to explain things see young kids by certain things or the way they are and a lot of people. They want to pretend like nineties. Things happen already matter or you know almost the president so it can't be racism and all this other kind of stuff when in fact if you look at everything it's is racist now as it has ever been when the country has been free so to speak like you know back in the fifties sixties. It was worse because there was not much opportunity. Now there's more opportunity but still it's a whole racist situation. And all of these lawson can be looked at. I think gone anything that is discriminatory needs to be looked at okay of the average black man meets forty thousand hours a year and the white man makes fifty. Why is that. So if they're doing the same think now. If you know any of these laws that bill do not make sense or any of these laws that represent anything type. Racism is should be taught in more people that data indicated on this like. I'm just learning tonight. The more people can speak up and more people can get things changed whether it's the voting for signing petitions door using your voice to raise point to raise point kids do have questions you know They wanna know why there are police brutality and shooting cases related to race. They see the black lives. Matter marches on tv and things of that nature and they want to know what was going on. So i mean. How early do you introduced. Discussion of race when it comes to education i mean is that something that should be done in school or should it be reserved for parents. I mean it's of the same argument with like a sexual education in las tastes. I totally agree and i. I like a couple of the points that had mentioned. I love the point. How he said this is the racism. is is extremely elevated now and it may be highest since we've been free as a country to huge distinction as he was saying before You know in the fifties and sixties anymore before that. If he didn't have the right to vote and even going back you didn't have weren't even counted as a full citizen according to the constitution There's a lot of times where it has been worse. But but now i think it's almost more sinister because people are using it as a ploy to to to keep hold on political power And they're like the hijacking as i said within critical race theory. What ray stated. Another point that i love what he said is we do have to talk about actual history. So if it's true that we came from time of slavery couldn't own land and couldn't vote. did everything else. You should be able to teach those things as facts in history now if it comes to the point where other items are introduced such as the you know the nuances of critical race theory. I don't think that should be taught in great school or even in senior high level. Besse -sarily you should be able to talk about the history of americans in the country and how power has been pretty much located with the white man throughout the americas history. You should be able to teach that factual history critical race. Theory is something different. And this is the way that especially in texas. The laws how they've hijacked critical race theory saying that you cannot teach that in schools even though nobody has been teaching them in schools and now they're inserting things into their bill saying and on top of that. You can't teach this or that one of the suggestions that they have going in one of the bills that you can't even teach that white. Supremacy is a negative in a bill in texas that they're trying to sign into law. They don't want that to be taught to the kids because they say it creates division between races and people are trying to go back to segregated society. No that's not at all what we're trying to say trying to say that there are differences that we have to overcome as a country of united people and Real quick. I like the listen. Ice was watching on david. Pacman show the other day and he stated this eloquently. He said people try to get around critical race theory by saying. Hey yeah we had bad things. In the past. We had negative laws. That did Create barriers for people. But all of that's been fixed now. Everybody has an equal opportunity. There's no reason to talk about that anymore. Because everything's been fixed and what david pacman said. He's he called it the monopoly complex. So if you're playing a game of monopoly and everybody starts the game at the same time. Everything is equal. Everybody has the same amount of money. Nobody has any hotels. No one has any houses to create. You know get income on however the white man has been in the game so much longer than african americans their joining a game at the point where most of the properties have already been bought. The hotels already been built and all the taxes are being collected so to say you can join the game now and you'll start exactly where we started. So everything's fair. It's not fair and that's fair at all. Yes and that's the big conundrum how we have to repair that and understand that. Just by saying oh oliver. Laws are equal now so everybody equal is not the same thing that's true and then also monopoly with black people. You probably quick to go to jail but no free parking. But that's a great analogy in the chat room. Coin come in from texas. And she said she didn't know of this theory and that she's glad we're having a discussion she also added. It should be in school but also parents need to follow up and keep the dialogue going and you know. Some parents are worried about their key. It's learning things in school that they themselves do not know how to discuss with. Oh caroline mentioned earlier about sex. Education is comfortable topic now. I don't know if teachers are getting questions from their students about what they see on tv. And i don't think that you can completely avoid discussing race in some capacity at school. And these days i. I'm not sure if it's even easy to avoid questions about mental health sexual orientation and more so Rage to classes in grade school cover topics like all of these mental health sexuality religion In order to give the students of view of the makeup of this country well sexuality. I say no because you know that that's more detail but as far as other things go yes because kids need to be educated and I think that a lot if you have the parents to dictate what the curriculum is they will never be able to get all the information that they need like some very good placement brought out and i think that i agree with all the points but especially where he talk to people. Say well you do it in there and easier or black people that say this look. Jay z look dr greer. Look at this snappers where you can count all black billionaires on your hand and we talk on one and two billion dollars but you look at the gatt. The white gas top basil. They literally go into the moon package changing. You know two billion dollars. Uninfected billion dollars daily life sixty seven billion dollars You know Bill gates buying up all the foreign lynn. Everything else all this type of stuff. They so far a he it. That people can sail catchup. All you want. Kim was saying is more than that into taxes. The bank knows the property has already been built already been bought. You know you think you're gonna kiss hilton marriott or something like that you crazy not in his lifetime so now you look at you look at things the way the way it is now you can try to sugar coat it you could try to cover it up and you look at what happened on jay where it is. Six within the united states is supposed to be the landed free. Nobody is supposed to come to our government and do what happened on january six. Then you have police officers who had guns literally backed up and let those guys one of muck beat up the black officer in. No one did anything about it. If it had been in reverse they would have slaughtered five hundred people and would have been justified in doing it. Because i say oh they just tried to take over. The capital can do that. What would he okay. And some of these people really have not to jilin been charged yet but children watching their parents their uncles. Your cousins go to these places in behaved light children and nobody has anything to say about it. How did you matt see. You spoke to teach kids about love about being colorblind. That literally colorblind. But you're supposed to treat. Everybody gives me if you dislike. Somebody is supposed to be about their personality or character matt about where they come from. We're type of language. They speak and things of that nature. If you don't teach kids that you're leading them down a path that's only going to get worse in the future. And i think they need to combat some of the stuff in the food regardless of what the parents say. Because it's the right thing to do and kevin. What do you think as i mean. Where do we draw the final things because kiss have questions about not just race in the things. They see on tv but People who commit suicide sexuality religion and things of that nature. I mean it schools supposed to prepare you for life or they're just supposed to give you book natch. What's interesting is a couple of different ways to look at one thing is school is intended to teach you how to learn. It's not necessarily teaching exactly what to learn teaching you how to learn however you touch on a very important point that we have to teach facts right we have to. They have been doing knowledge differences that have existed. And i'd say you go into what the full blown critical rates theory is because again that's a higher level of education type a discussion that deals with laws and nuances in an how things got to be now by saying you have different races and you have different religions. And you're educating the students on how people can be different but they're all humans absolutely Not only in school but at home and raise absolutely right about january sixth. I could not believe my eyes when they did not open fire on the crowd of people. I think they should have been mowed down but that's but there was other things behind the scene going on. How the secretary army would not let the national guard be called in all these other types of things. They didn't have the support that they needed at the time. So janury six commissions trying to figure out but they wanted to have the full military ready at black lives matters protests and they were all on the steps of the lincoln memorial and everything else. So they're prepared when they wanted to be prepared previous administration. That's for sure One thing i'd like to disagree with three hundred and he said he doesn't think sexuality should be taught in school What i would say is we don't want to teach kids how to have sex clearly but we want each them wins. What the consequences of that. I think is something important that needs to be Taught understanding what reproduction is and the consequences of of acts that we may not intend to be People are getting younger and younger fourteen. Fifteen sixteen Engaging in these types of activities and a lot of people just don't know The abstinence abstinence only programs did not work. And if you don't believe me just ask sarah palin daughter about it. She was teaching it and that didn't work out too well for her but yeah education is extremely important. But it's a they're hijacking. What critical race theory truly is in. Its form as as an advanced educational program in trying to say. We can't talk about differences between races and that's not critical race theory and Yet they mary. Kay attorney would disagree with some of the things you said but into chat room discussion erica champion from louisiana. She said adults have to get over their feelings of being uncomfortable and talk about it. she also added. I think it's important that children understand the system and the reason for the division there the next generation and we shouldn't keep them uninformed are right. And so i mean i guess masters do you all agree that policies and laws that were written prior to the civil rights era They're they're still plenty of those those in place today that is causing inequality you still goes but it's not you. It's not just that still going on today but it's the generations before the current ones that have suffered from those unfair laws that naturally brings People to at a disadvantage at this time. So if you're in an area and all you see is drug running and shootings and stuff like that and you don't have people to say. Hey you know what you things can be different well every time people have tried to do something different in the past they get hit with a different type of law that put them in prison. And that's what's taking them down the path that they are today so it impacts several generations down the line so easy to say personal responsibility. Pull yourself up by your bootstraps to do something better. but what. They haven't had the proper education to figure that out yet. Don't have boots exactly. Sarah go ahead no I was just gonna agree. Basically and you know i didn't mean to say before each have sexual audi as in teaching sexual education but as far as teaching about transsexuals gnome. Sexual in all of the stuff. I think that dance little but for children that you want these in high school. Then that's one thing but Like cigarettes not believe in houses started in the sixth grade. I wanna say so. You know they were to do something like that now. I think it will be a little would be controversial. I'm not seeing did they. Shouldn't teach ever in school. And everything like that has nothing against anybody. But i think that they should wait to kiss mature little more before they start incorporating. Things that beams. Don't come from. I mean if you shoot if you think about it now. There is if you wait until sticks grade. The teacher kid about sex. You might be late for some of them. I mean kids are so we're mature these days now. Their own ways is kinda scary to think about. How many key is under twelve are engaged in sexual acts of some sort. I don't know and then as a again as as a parent you have. So many out there who don't know how to teach certain things to their children and it kinda leaves their children at a disadvantage no more life kinda hits them in the face. They don't know what to do. They don't know how to respond. And it results may be saying things that are insensitive or The pants down so to speak in certain situations. That are unfavorable for them. So i think a parent's job is to prepare their children in if it means orca said if it means not uncomfortable conversation you have to find a way to do it to get it done. Because i'd rather my child here from me than from a teacher who may have an agenda or a teacher who may leave out some very important information or encourage them to do the wrong thing or whatever over. You definitely don't want to hear it from classmates. i mean. I had a classmate told me in fifth grade at you have sex while standing up. Gravity prevents alarm for getting pregnant teaching. You anything all right so we're gerrad To wrap things up but you know there are headlines mainly click bait but there are a lot of things in the media every day about someone claiming racism for often and of course not all of it is valid but every single day is some headline that talks about. Racism and society is numb. Who'd at this point are right. And what's the best way to go about getting people to listen about some of the changes that need to be made to policies and procedures and regulations laws. That are clearly outdated. How do you get people to pay attention. And kevin i'll start with you that's If you have the answer to that you can make a billion dollars on the on the on the oh my goodness we can't even people wear gas masks for crying out loud in this country but But the answer is we have to do. Several different approaches. Obviously there are seminars. That can help in that process. If people are willing to hear other what i want discussions that are going to have to be held sooner or later I think in my opinion hearing the message from current president biden Talking about how the country has to come together. And it's not just whites verse black versus hispanic versus asian or latino or whatever it's about Democrats and republicans doing what they can together In order to get the country moving forward once we cut through the animosity that exists these days in the political atmosphere We can start to see each other more as equals across the spectrum And that's a huge message that the current administration is pushing in. It's the only way we're ever gonna accomplish anything. Major is to start respecting each other. As unions again. I think social media was a huge issue. that allows people to call someone. You know a moron or idiot and disregarding say because they don't have to confront somebody face to face but that's what we have to do is get rid of that mentality. Get rid of the bumper sticker mentality that everything can be chap down to a mean and explain the nuances of everything and we have two people talking again and listening like you said some of those important thing and until we can respect each other and ain't gonna happen and got someone holding. I'll get to you in just a moment. We're getting ready to wrap things up. But ray what. He's a man. How do you get people to talk about changing some of the things that you know. Critical race theory has exposed Throughout its teachings and get people to pay attention. How can people you know. i guess. Stay focused on the actual problem and not just get offended just because someone says something may be unfair things that keywords natives has been tax you have to stick to the facts and i think a lot of people on both sides. You know blaming ladder. Things on rayson was snubbed. Racism go around but at the same time you have to come to a situation when clean hands new. Can't you know say this is racism. This racist this is raises because then it sounds like it's the same readily on every station. When you come to a situation that you have clean hands and you present the right information. Okay where even somebody who does not have a horse in a race can seem debt. Okay of two guys arrived at job at same time. One guy is twenty two dollars and twenty five seventy nine. Okay neither one of these guys. Hey experience why is one guy getting paid more than that simple things that we can straight now but you come in old. Well you follow me in the store. Because you think i was doing this and you think i was doing okay. Sometimes you have to look around and see if it's eighty degrees outside. Why am i wearing a sweat. Who and a hat over my head. That's suspicious behavior. No matter what color your you know. We have to stop these things and then you have. The present situation debt is a situation. The everybody can pay attention to everybody. Can sympathize with most people. Some people are just not sensitive enough to make good decisions and you have a lot of people. Now just found the train like Kevin keeps talking about vaccinations allowed to you. Don't want to get vaccinated. Because they don't want the government and tell them what they do. Although you know seems to be wherever rise vaccinate it like. They're living a whole lot better to dole's that don't refuse to. We have to get out of our old way in order to make things better for us in make things better for the future. If we do that. I think everything could be nice. Starting point you still have a lot of people that want to preserve their place in society and deserve Replacing history instead of just doing things fair and trying to make your way on your own merit but some people don't like competition because competition ends up limiting somebody and some people afraid to be eliminated. But that's my thoughts on it. Okay let me go back to the t to q virtual foul lie and get this gentleman on the eight five zero area code. The moreau coastline of pensacola florida. Making his way to the ring. The man and black boxster. What's going on but go on. Gentlemen that listen that beyond so so ask you. Whatever the the other fellas How do you get the discussion going. On fixing some of the problems we have with with inequality in this country when it comes to changing some of the laws that may unfairly treat wind group as opposed to another How do you start to get that. Congress have that conversation as we get people to pay attention to. Are you looking to mirror That's the main thing right there because a lot of time look demand in the mirror. The woman in the mirror because sometimes the people just in the mirror of the ones. It's causing the problems of you. Gotta look at how how you live your own life. I you know you got to be happy in your own skin in your own skin. Then you other people around. You can be happy if that makes sense. Give you an example. How customer couple. Years ago He was not a parking like black. The Yeah the rebel flag hanging out outside house which i have no problem with but the real estate agents that i was working with stated that you know told me you know wore me about this guy gave set up the time and i don't sound black afro-american whatever you wanna call it on the phone so we've talked and everything and you know i was just coming over there to paint his house the inside of his house and get it ready to sell it in the conversation. His words were he said. You said sometimes you like bring somebody with you in the event. You might need them to help pay. Yes sir i would say. We're pleased he said. Can you do me a favor. Not sure what do you want so. Please don't bring the end so my house. I said sure no problem. I take empty can meet me tomorrow at ten o'clock. Update your cancer so hung up the phone. I didn't say anything to you know. Bring them on the carpet or anything like that. Go to house the next day. Pull up in his driveway and Go knock on a door rena doorbell. He comes to the door at the hello. My name is shawn south is. I'm here to do the painting your house and that the oh by the way i said i don't like in my house either. May i come in. This guy is the only five eight now. Six hundred forty pounds. I'm not a small guy. But i'm not the biggest guy but the five eight guy that only weigh about one hundred sixty wins with two ten pound away on his ankles. Man was scared he thought it was going to kill me. He was sweating and he was on my god. I'm you know. I can hear them talking under his breath. I kind of walk a little heavy behind the just to kind of intimidate them. A little bit in these You can have a seat in my chair. He gave me his big chair city. And i said before we begin. He's had our own apology. He said i was unaware. Hey keep your politics. I say you the you are and i said i don't want a policy. That's not genuine. Keep it to yourself at their first of all as it. The reason i'm here. Because i'm the best what i do. That's the reason i was elected. I said i'm not wife. I'm not matched when i'm not chinese spaniard. Native american whatever happened to be african american. And i'm the best of what i do and i won't top dollar for your house when it sale dot com here not that well within my next question. Ti said. i need to take a look around the house and the you know. See what the job was going to entail. Whether i need to bring any into the house. They helped me pay nathan. I really wanted to apologize for the market again. He bid to yourself not needed and that their do. I have a job of what it. Yes sir you have the job. 'cause she selected you. I said okay no problem so. The job took three days over the next three day. We talked about every day. And i do mean everything from politics sports. You know yada yada yada. But at the end of that. Three days i mansa. You're the most intelligent individual ever met in my life. He's never met. You always had this picture of what you guys were like. And i said let me let me interject something for you. I said if you ever watched the evening news. I didn't matter what color you off. I said they picked the worst people in the world to interview. Illiterate negritude ragged clothes. Everything because they they stereotype. They'd never pick somebody that can speak properly. They always pick somebody that can't be you know in the screaming and yelling and the camera and all that kind of stuff drawing attention instead of somebody just said. I don't know what happened. You know somebody can actually enunciate words and things of that nature but after those day he changed. Not only did he change. He became a he said you know. He became a regular customer. Not only did he become a regular customer. I'll buddy became customers the mining. Well he learned something that everybody is not like. They are that you see on television. So that's why. I say you got to look in the mirror yourself if not yet. They're the media portrays the pitcher of certain individuals. You have to look in the mirror and it starts with us it sparked with you and that's what it's all about when you when you're happy with yourself and you don't judge other people for color this in how much money they make a where they work a wet weather. They play what they do. It doesn't matter it. Start with when it started with you the in this conversation about racism and everything else was started following place because we we have. We listened to each other difficult. And then you figure out. Hey you know. We're not so different. We like some of the same things we liked. Flying card would like nine houses. We buy nice clothes. You know we don't have cars sitting in the yard. Don't d- don't run. We have you know we like. Our grass would be manicured cut and nature. We like a house. We kill up. You don't wanna fall behind. We'd like we liked generated on the house. Kind of thing. We have the same likes and dislikes. And that's what you found out you find out that you're depriving yourself of the human experience when you don't educate yourself you don't and you you judge people on friday so you know if pretty cool to have them with custom rebel flags come down and we can sit down. We can talk and have a good prime some either wherever flag up. I had no problem with it but the bottom line of it is he learned something anybody can learn it anyway but it starts with a. That's where it started with. We wanna get linda. Put it into the rate of them. We have to look in the mirror and put our differences aside in accept what what is and move forward. Okay man i was a great story. And you're better than me because i i want to go on over to the races house so he called the cops on me and you live in florida. You bring whether if this thing. Sometimes you have to stand up with what you believe in. And when they don't know. I mean thank goodness my mom powder how to make sure she gave with regular name. She didn't name about the car. The bruton or state. But you know sean robin you know. I'm not chiquita. Or you know something came out you know. It has some kind of meaning but the bottom line is my mom. I'll crowder no my mom always powder to talk properly because she taught that if you talk and you enunciate your work properly. It helped you win in the job market. Help you in whatever you may be doing so it is important to talk right. It's cool to have you know how your slaying hanging with your board or whatever hanging out with your friends it cool for that but when you doing business you gotta talk. That's different between making two thousand dollars or five hundred dollars and make a great point. No right we'll have a quick break and then we'll wrap things up. Do you love movies. Then subscribe to the movie buffer youtube channel to get honest and insightful. Along with interesting facts about the film's join this interactive community where comments are welcomed reviews on current classic and hidden gems are posted weekly. See you on the movie buffer. All right thanks. Thanks to the movie buffalo and you know speaking of movies. I saw suicide squad this weekend and thought it was a decent movie. I love the crystals review on them. Precious you has one coming but all right we'll go ahead and get to our final thoughts and both you'd last in. I'll let you be the furqan just to give your your town. Did they just give your final thoughts on if you wanna talk about The critical race theory of you're familiar with it with ibm top school or just teaching about racism in grade school. If that's appropriate or not civilian give your thoughts. Well first of all everything needs to be taught and they need to be taught the way you know the way. It is so so far in this country we. We've you know best way i can say is. We've tried to steer clear of the real history of this country Countries based on way different values than what we what we learned in history because they want us to press what actually really happened I think we know that. And i think that's reason why we have racist you now because You know so many people spend enough up for what they believe in. However i look at it like this has to be a balanced between everything. It's all right to learn about what we've already learned about but we also need to learn about what actually happened and then we that's how you that's how you learn. Is you got to see both sides. It can't be one side we've been taught one way for weight loss. We need to both sides of what actually happened. And then at that point. We draw conclusions. So what where could conclude the conclusion is. We have their different backgrounds. Everybody had and then all and all honesty who the hell is pure anymore. Anyway everybody makes with simple okay. The united states is a melting pot. Nobody's pure over not your wife your black your agent. Whatever everybody makes here we got hail some people even say i might even house rushing me. He'll i don't know who cares. At this point we need to excel background. Our history ethnicities all that we need to we accept what is. That's how put together man. I mean i'm tired of racism bullshit. Let's have him but you know in and put out with other stuff besides what one on in this country. Now that everything's happening we're going in different direction. We're going in separate directions but we need to be always stronger together. We're not stronger apart restaurant together. So forget what's going on. Forget media and what. They're trying to put out what you see on the news every day and all that. Draw your own conclusions. Don't judge people. I don't care what kind of people you are. Gay straight whatever. Don't care about any of that. What matters to me. Is you know your worth what you about. you know. everybody don't or something you know somebody might be going through something day you by and you can tell something going through speech a hey how you doing. You're darnall right. We do a little bit. We showed some love and passion for failing fellow men and women. This country are men. Beat so much better by leaps and bounds. We're going all kinds of bullshit without his different variants covert and auto crap. Let's put all our differences aside. Come together one perfect union as they say and let's do what is required so we could be happy on the day to day bas- stark stock with the man or the woman in the mirror. But everybody have a great week from georgia rescue week enjoyed the show part. I got somebody learned something tonight. Appreciate a man. You trying to pass the collection plate I would just like thank you for that amazing story. Showing how maturity can win out over an emotion and that's what we need to educate. The rest of people is that educational aspect and introduction to things that people are not familiar with An enclosing it's wanna say. It was my absolute auto privileged to serve some time with all three of you. And i may just refer to buckets chiquita from now on right. I appreciate that. Kevin team and racia- dama office. This was a really excellent so gone longer. Have a part to Kevin has excellent points. I love the story told because with people should take away from the story to book told us he coulda got upset. He could've went over there and acting crazy but he could have been everything that men thought he was going to be but he went over to as a businessman staying professional me his money. He knew what type of skill level he had anna confidence he had in doing. And once you show somebody something different good. They have to change the opinion since too many people that when something happens they turn around elaine going over there. And then they gordon bill racist and you know better than a man because now you calling the me all kinds of names that he may not deserve to be called either because that's not his name but he went over there and represented as eight man. He let me know that he was not afraid of. He knew what he said and he stood like a man. I don't care who you are. The man had to respect him because he knew gut they had a conversation and he came anyway and desperate more to do and they don't understand that is easy to get racist. Started called name just like other people all but you gotta be better than that and you have to settle example for these kids some people you may not be able to get through to but others you will be and you feel like that you are the best representation of whatever you're representing soon. Some people sell you know. I don't like these people. Are those kind of people. Okay did you really get the norm. A did you see the worst of the people that you're talking about or do you give everybody a chance to like him into they show you that. You shouldn't like him. And i think if more people do that they could get a better understanding not just looking at it. Somebody like try and talk for somebody to have no idea anything about a lot of times. They're you some things that are culturally different. That you nathan is fascinatingly or we're anybody's foods anywhere in the world but we got all these racial differences. I mean you can eat. Missed in food chinese food. Italian food you Vietnamese food you can eat buffet everywhere. Why can't we all get along as people from anywhere in was people look at the racism and they look at age that a holding people down i think if they will open minded things could be better but i think that as great people we have to extend our hand i mean really extended not say a will i extended dates then really stand it and if they reciprocate greater than you did the right thing and say they will stay in your hand and as we go on further for the extended him. I think we have a better understanding this a but what ends up happening is you have black. People get upset because you got white friends or white people get upset because you've got black friends or asian people get upset because they got spanish friends. Hey you can't help people souvenir life especially if they try to all get along with someone else open up your mind and open your heart and i think we have a better world here but it was a great show. It and think that We had more discussions like this because our went by treatment i could snap with a finger. kevin thanks for joining book. You know what it is. Do you always put together some great ideas but here by having a good night all right. I appreciate that is going on. Yeah i think you fell is really brought. The knowledge is evening and my definitely appreciated. Also wanna say please be sure to subscribe to the show and only takes a second no subliminal messages justice scott and follow me on all things social media talk to q. I did a lot of reading prior to this show and my interpretation is that. Crt really doesn't attribute racism to white people at all is basically saying that social institutions in america such as criminal justice system the educational system Healthcare system housing market are all riddled with racism embedded in deregulation laws policies. That lead to inequality. Because you don't you to be a racist in order for racism to exist. Racism can exist without rice. Okay a person can have all the good intentions in the world but still unknowingly support something. That is racist. Because if a person is a person doesn't forcing races roles and then they are committing racist acts essentially And as a person of color is very difficult to point these things out because some people take the criticism that you're directing into wars and institution as a personal attack on them and no one is honing. Today's white people responsible for what dead. Why people did a hundred years ago but it will be nice if the ones that are living today will work on changing policies and regulations that were established. People of color were not considered equals you know. Do we need a classroom for that man. Maybe not but we need people who actually want to bring peace and equality to this country to be the catalyst for change. Okay and i really appreciate. My guest is evening and forgiving. Their opinions on the topic is great to get your perspectives. So people can learn. You know how you know. Different people spent antetok. You'll be back next. Tuesday will be talking about improving upon relationships seven thirty next week so everyone have a good evening. Enjoy the rest of your week. You've been listening to the radio. Show no experts just depends arrived.

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Hal Sparks & Mia Bloom

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Hal Sparks & Mia Bloom

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Doing t. rex live on stage in madison. Okay and dr mia love fascinating author pastels and pedophile inside the mind of cunanan particularly how women get sucked into cuban on malcolm nance of course Recommended she's a world renowned terrorism expert and etc. It was fascinating us right. And i roller at sebastian gorka. Oh she has the television's best. I role at sebastian. Gorka ever google or is we may have stuck that way but doctrine mia bloom and hal sparks. Let's do this when i get an email. That says my friend not nancy. Just you might be interested in my new book. That examines the centrality of the role of women. In cunanan like ashley abbott. And the other woman who died on january six explain how and why the baseless conspiracy of cunanan captured. The republican party offers specific ways to help friends and family members out. What do you say to that travis. You say yes why yes please. The author of pastels and pedophile inside the mind of cunanan. Dr mia bloom. Good morning doctor. Thank you so much for having me. That was that was quite a pitch and you know i have to say as a woman. I am fascinated with this. I mean in a horrified way but it really is. You have to explain to you. Talk in the book. I guess about how it started with. It starts with one conspiracy theory right about that. There are people preying on children so against this. Get some women to go. Oh we have to save the children so explain how this all the genesis of cunanan. Well cunanan itself is a baseless conspiracy theory that started on these. You know these chance for chan and h and then later eight coon right and it's and re warmed anti-semitism anti-catholic tropes and so the stuff has been around for hundreds of years right. But what happened. Is that cunanan tapping into something. Very visceral for women. Because what it's doing is it's telling you as a woman that it is your responsibility to save the children. There are all these kids that are being traffic and they are being raped and they are being drained of their blood. And so it's hor riffing and what it does is fi activating women and we saw this with terrorist groups as well. When you get the women you get the kids. You're probably going to get the husband and you get this ability like longevity of a movement because you've got the next generation. Well here's i'm reading. You know review of the book. It's is the fact that cunanan defies easy definition. Exactly what makes it so powerful. Reason poll found fifteen percent of americans believe there is a cabal of liberal elites who worship satan and traffic silk children for sex and blood this cunanan's core tenant but the movement contains multitudes adherents believe trump is battling the cabal depending on whom you ask mayor and i may not comprise members of ripped over a reptilian alien race disguised as humans. Dear god many followers also embrace conspiracy. There is about kobe. Nineteen black lives matter. Vaccines the death of john. Kennedy jr. skepticism and bigotry re unite these disparate there Theories authority expertise. Expertise and otherness are always suspect. So that's the interesting thing right is what are you. Refer to it as a ball rolling down a hill and it just keeps picking up more and other conspiracies right absolutely. It's a sticky ball ryan. You know what ends up happening. Well anna merlin also from the atlantic beautifully. She said it's it's a conspiracy. Singularity you know like some out of star trek. The idea is that for the most part you know on is so adaptable to its environment. And it's the first conspiracy theory that's been able to either invalid. Existing pre existing conspiracies that long predate human on but also it changes along the way so it can adapt to be anti vaccine by being anti vacs. Not only are you getting. You know sort of the republican base because of trump love in june. But you're also getting most wing women. Vegans people who to sit here your widening the base by adding anti vaccine to q. On on yeah exactly. That's what we joke about it here. We're like santa monica mom. Marin mom that's like was the anti vaccine to start with you know the whole autism causes autism. You know all this nonsense but you're right. It's like now it's become about co vid. It's all i love that you said. It's a sticky ball rolling downhill. It picks up other conspiracies and their supporters along the way growing ever larger over time believers can cherry pick ideas to suit their needs right because then they can go. I wanna believe that those people are crazy. But i believe these six conspiracies You talk about it. Here's we've heard this a lot. It offers people a false sense of agency and community in uncertain world believers come collectively analyze crumbs of cryptic information The when they reach conclusions followers. Fear smart superior and united particularly for people who are lonely or disenchanted with their lives The more the emotional benefit of believing in cunanan's arguably more important than the dogma itself new supporters told that spreading a message about the threat of. Pedophilia made them righteous crusaders. So they're all united in what they think is a righteous cause but then that became january sixth and stop the steel right. Absolutely i mean if you think about it on the one hand you know we've country we've gone through multiple crises. We had a global pandemic health crisis. We had a justice crisis. After george floyd was murdered. We had an economic crisis because things were changing and as a result we've had a mental health crisis so all these four crises are happening simultaneously. Now what conspiracy. Theory offers is and this has been proven by studies. It makes you feel better. It gives you some sort of consolation so that if someone's walking across the street gets hit by a bus you know. This is so random but if the bus driver was aiming for them so this is where even though you know people have been very upsetting discombobulated for the last year and a half plus having a conspiracy theory even if it's a heave conspiracy is better than these things happening without explanation that we can't figure out. Why is it happening. So with the conspiracy theory it made people feel like you are figuring it out yourself. We're not telling you what to believe. And then you feel so smart and clever. And i'm the one that figured it out proselytizer now i have everybody. Yeah and it's interesting. This were you and malcolm intersect and i'm sure why you've you've connected. He's coming up in. Just a few minutes of me is that you tweeted foreign powers. Russia and china amplified q in on conspiracies to so discord that led to january. Six failed insurrection. I mean it's the same stuff right. They jump in on the anti vaxxers vaccination anything that harms america. Basically right not only at the same. It's the internet research agency that was involved in the two thousand sixteen election at the outset in october. Twenty seventeen they were amplifying cunanan channels and people like tracy diaz who on her youtube channel would take it shoot drop which was the way that they were preceding their little bits of clues and then they were ensuring that the word got out and they were using you know the sock puppet accounts and the bots but interestingly enough even now eighty five different countries including russia russia now has june on album even though they helped start it by the way. You had a helpful tweet you said. No one told. Jim jordan that his cellphone records will have all details of exactly when he spoke on january. Sixth just a little heads up for him So how do part time work the lawn. And so you see the cellphone records tells you what's our what time exactly how long so if if jim jordan can't remember time you spoke to drunk verizon leading up verizon clear that up sweet that's nice okay. So let's get to the park because this has been compared to scientology or any other kind of cult mia. How do we so when you talk about because we have heard these people that have gotten out that have saved friends and families from this going down this rabbit hole. What is your advice in that regard and part of it is. I'm asking like it's a big ask. Asking lot of people of their friends and family instead of cut him off and saying oh my god. Uncle henry is wearing a tin foil. Hat and believes in cunanan were saying. Don't cut people off because you cut people off. You're giving them nowhere to go. You're giving them no offramp to leave. They're going to feel even more isolated and dependent on this new virtual community that is online. So what we're saying is asked questions gently target the thread. It's one of the reasons why in the last chapter sophia had these faq's not just because it had the letter q but we have the answers. Ask those questions. Because that certain the billy people will ensure not to answer them and that will tramp the seed of doubt that we need them to start to feel like. Oh well that doesn't make sense because one of the things about conspiracy theories is they have opposite things in them at the same time. Maybe you don't realize and you need to have people feel that they're the ones leaving instead of being pulled out is a little bit difficult to to make the comparison because with a cult is a clear leader on. It's more like a mass hysterical movements. Yes yeah well. And let's talk about the two women actually babbitt and roseanne boylan was her name Who was trampled to death Again it is. That's the other tragedy right as you wish. Friends or families could have saved them from even being there but you know the republicans now trying to lie in is you know particularly ashley. Bab is some kind of hero when she is a terrorist. You know they became terrorists and they are dead because of donald trump period. Be you know and in fact whereas rose done boylans brother blamed donald trump for the death of his sister. That's why by the way. They only talk about ashley. They never talk about roseanne and roseanne. Boylans family are not going to be accompanying trump at his rallies. Because they lane roseanne borland was the biggest trump supporter. Her family begged her not to go and she said it's my responsibility to stop sti now actually bad but what we have is this. We have this combination. Actually that was a veteran of four tours. She was trained by the us military. This is where it gets dangerous because flynn last july fourth of point. Twenty pledged allegiance to q. On a lot of people in the military and veterans of followed in the people have skills that are very dangerous of air used against the government. We train them. Well yeah yeah. It is scary. The the intersection we've found in all of that white supremacy groups into you know military police. I mean it was a perfect storm on january. Sixth the right. And if you look at the people like tiger is or the people who had like the flack year the guys that the people which you and on or went hyun on sweatshirts or carrying the guys tactical gear those were you know the militias oath keepers patriot front kk neo nazis. Those are the really dangerous ones when they mixed with cunanan. That's what you and on becomes a threat to our democracy. Yeah here's a little tip. I learned Dot com and learned as you are but when you have time to make a t shirt in advance. It's generally not spontaneous right. okay so what. What is your doctor in. Just curious so of a phd in political science and political science. Been working on for like thirty three years. Okay okay because i just you know even though i know malcolm okay. You're not a medical doctor but you are a helper because on twitter you said so much for alleged mag variety first data shows. No women want to date them because they're republican and now because they they're anti vaccine they'll have limp and then you just put an eggplant emoji con corona virus lingers penis and could cause impotence. But i think you're the first doctor. I've seen using eggplant motor pianist on twitter. I do that all the time to my friend. Rob but i just i love. That's why i fell more love with you as you used an egg plant for a penis. Okay well you know. Because i thought broke. Dick sounded all right yes. You can't say that on the radio but still it's apt you cannot say broke. D yeah i i hope that will be the last domino that falls so to speak. Is that right. Exactly all these men going. Guess what your penis won't work anymore. Kovin get the vaccine. I've said it before. Stick in if you wanna stick it in. I think it's an easy sell. Isn't it and part of it. Is you know my first reaction a little bit. I think a lot of liberals were like okay it stir winnie in. Survival of the fittest. You don't want to take the vaccine right. Get your affairs mortar. By what. I didn't realize is that the variants continued to change as going through these people. So it's not them that's at risk but it's also amino compromise children. Yes and it's our medical professionals like you know if you don't wanna do it yourself but for others. Yeah yeah exactly The book sounds absolutely fascinating pastels and pedophile inside. The mind of cunanan by dr mia bloom. Doc thanks so much for taking time for us. Malcolm never wrong so much for having me and Malcolm is almost never told me setup all right. Thank you dr right. There she goes. 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So people still want to do the virtual so we decided to do with the entire cast just to kick it off for Election year twenty twenty two but we are right end of october we will in the tickets for pay per view go on sale tomorrow by the way even if the live show was cancelled for whatever reason full refund and we will still be going ahead with virtual exactly so that tomorrow get those tickets because man we missed each other of the sexy liberal unity tour back on its feet and out there and ready to kind of bring people together in a meeting roby moment but also if we can even say on their sexy liberal introvert tore allies people who want to stay home and not go out. They can be entertained as well. Yeah never leave the house. Yes we've never done a live pay per view and so this is very exciting with our our friends at the berry more By the way if you wanna see how. He has tweeted waiting for call from. Vh one to start filming. I hated twenty twenty. Are they we. I think we kinda have to just like eight episodes of me. Might in black and rachel hair. Young always focused on what show playing list from it and going with that earth did we. I don't yeah just stiff. Arming the past. In a way they never have before this. Even the t shirt that's still available and hopefully we'll be relevant again. Stephanie miller dot com. We can have nice things again team vaccine because we were right when obviously we like everybody else plan months ago. Took a lot of planning to this together. And then we've got delta varian unvaccinated idiots and we're going through the same thing that everybody's going through you know is. Are we going to be able to do this. Or they're going to be more dumb asses. Is that gonna be worse. I mean there's there's a lot of people who are you know they're waiting to they. Want the eco variant against the eric. Variant we're going to name these after trump from now on. I think they speed then once we get to the we're gonna have eighty percent immunity anyways like the eric variant soccer. Anyone who vaguely looks like they could be an android and you don't really think they're a person who fails the turing test during dinner. Could get the jared ryan. And i are the eric variant will be too dumb to mutate. It will be talking. I don't can't. i'm trying to replicate you. Do it only nation against the ivanka. Very of course will be a surgical narrowing of the nasal passages and a restructure. Your your septum. I allegedly or chin surgery. Apparently oh my god. I we were talking to doctor redlener. It just is a sounding. You know the fact that florida. How is worse you remember we had. We had a show planned in miami. You've baths right. I mean the fact that they are worse they are we then during the height of the damage surprise with a vaccine with vaccine. They're doing worse than they were. At the height of the pandemic right. Look the death rate in the united states and in most industrialized countries. Where you don't have something like in india they have this black fungus that adds to the death. Rate is one of the you know. The they're kind of incidental co morbidity that gets people in the united states. there's a clear level of co morbidity obesity hypertension Insulin related issues. Either insulin resistance and those guys things and anxiety related issues which is an interesting aspect to this by in ninety eight thousand people whose only sing their single biggest co morbidity was anxiety related thing that i mean. That's reason enough to treat yourself do a little self care. Your lo the lower your temperature at florida you have all of those co morbidity more than almost any other state next to texas and by the way. They're both jockeying for the worst right right now. Both of those states are jockeying for having all of those extra babies and the problem that they have is that trump supporters and republicans currently not only think they're kind of magically immune to this disease it only kills black and brown people at a rate. They should be worried about but they also seem to be missing the fact that they have all these co morbidity. They seem to think these. These are the aryan nation. Wanna be alpha male types. Who are who have you know. B. m. i. looks it's bigger than their people that claimed in superior superiority are always walking examples of why they're not exactly. Yeah literally if you needed. I like irony has a definition and it doesn't even have to be in the in the dictionary. It just walks around. It's like they have the word floating around. We're watching all these all these amazing african-american athletes at the olympics. And write these get doughy pant loads and their loungers claiming to be the master race. Like i don't think so. No at especially this this version of it now. The great thing is that the does work against it and you are seeing situations where people are going in. They might be testing positive but they're not dying going in. You know they have. These are people who are vaccinated. Have a bunch of other co morbidity that might bring them to the hospital sometime in the near future anyways and when they go in there treated and they go home they have oxygen or something else but they heal because they've been vaccinated. Yeah the the. The cliff is clearly the unvaccinated yup and trump. And i don't. I don't want anybody to talk to me about the fears of twenty twenty two and gerrymandering and redistricting. And what are they gonna try to pull off because right now. The republican party is pretty meeting the vote at a level that i i don't even think they're aware of the damage is going to be done. Yeah well how. Obviously we just talked and glenn kirschner but just why is it not the top story everywhere that the all of this stuff out of the doj shows very clear intent to overthrow the government of the united states and to subvert a free and fair. Yeah i know. I know the reason because it's so dumb. It's funny the best thing about the reason. Why because there's this. Oh my god. Normal sees the institutions are under attract under attack. The reality of that is totally true however luckily for us trump is dumb. Hitler and you know hitler wasn't yeah and now he's handing out the. Oh the little the cards. That look like hitler's cards. The trump card. Yes all right and you get a patch and this clearly smart jackets. That malania has john. Reggae baxter show of hands. Everyone stand up straight except lozad dear leader. We're gonna lean forward a little bit on the balls of his feet. Yeah i mean it's this delusion that they keep referring to him as the press as if he's the actual president now mark meadows cabinet recently met with the president in his florida office and showed him for designs. Originally we were planning on releasing just one design but when president trump saw the cards on his desk. He said these are beautiful. We should that the american people decide. They always know best right. That's why you lost in a landslide. That's right yeah that's true. Been million the official trump card bears the logo the nazi looking logo and also his saying authorized by president trump which is almost like an announcement from new york is in the thirty. That that's right. Yeah if you hold it up. Slightly against the direct sunlight burst into flames. But if you hold it at her. Uv like it says hail hydra which is saying known interesting. Yes it's interesting. I'm hoping that we can Bring back your t. Rex bit because i have a well. I think it's a puppy dog. But do you know that scene in jurassic park where he's testing the fences. That's what was happening in the puppy. Playpen while i talk to you He is only three months old. He's only been here three weeks. And this puppy playpen. He's already chris. You called it you said. By the end of the week you'll be jumping over the talk of it but he is testing the electric fence now and end. The in in the defense of the animal would like to say that. What you think passes for a puppy is the same size as most people's normal human sized dogs and none of the perez hilton pocket. pooches right Ever reached that level as you when you want so kindly took my other two great parodies For walk with me in central park called to the idea rod you snap. Yeah i needed a sled and then else at wanted to be a dentist. I would've felt more comfortable if you could turn the camera. He is now Speaking jamie about a plan to break out of the prison it's shawshank redemption conversation going on now okay. You should've named him after cousin joey and back to the future right now. Uncle joey figure was boy. Okay all right. Get used to those bars. I i'll do anything to get help. T. rex again. Do it do okay. Eighteen if you can't it doesn't raid on a big state so people need to buy tickets. Yes very more. The barrymore theatre. Most larry bit in the history of comedy about that when the dinosaurs come back. We'll then we'll have unity and that's what we need now. That's the only answer because we're not listening to science. We're not listening to science near there's near addendum to this wherein if we brought back dinosaurs jurassic park right now. Republicans would be going. I don't first of all. I don't believe in it also right. Donald trump built defenses. That will keep them in also I think it guy can hug one fine like that's where we are in the place in jurassic park people don't believe in science on. I'm telling you okay. Nine thousand nine hundred. I'm doing plus jewelry. 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Thirty five and save thirty five percent on their lounge wear and betting that is cozy earth dot com promo code. Stephanie thirty five cozy earth dot com. Why would god let this happen. Why would god this happened. Why didn't god bring this upward at the. Why don't you let this happen. And i said well let me tell you. I said you're spiritual of good and evil and we've now think what's happened since the election if we went to call this if we want to cut this and all these things happen all the things we're going through You would have win. Revealed all the evil. The evil is revealing itself is just amazing as popping up over like like pocket. Gophers popping up their heads talk. Sure what's a glenn. Pocket gopher sparks with no. Well when when a mommy bear and a daddy aren't getting along and daddy bear is the trucker. Yes spends a lot of time alone on the road right. Sometimes at certain truck stops it. Usually in the tri-state area sure he can go into a special store for for for daddy's and mommy's yes he could buy special toy that the kind that ronco can't provide the closest thing to it is That airplane catheter. Add on it yet. If lonely teddy bear run pope he'll died by the way go ahead. Yes is rolling down the road a pocket. Gopher might be something that he uses to alleviate lonely road daddy's pocket gopher okay right tastes like iran now and get two for the pre nine hundred ninety nine my pillow. Please go on. When i said a year ago from the rose garden. I said a nation had turned. Its back on god. We need get back in the words spend time with their families. Read our bibles and you don't know what manifested on that. I mean it's still here. We need to pray. God gives us grace and is looking like we're going to get that because of all these things that are happening. I can't i can look back since the fourth and say. Wow what are the odds that these guys brought me seven evidence january night. What are the odds. According to him. Liberals were blinded. How but now there is are being opened. Maybe we'll have to change the name of the tour again by the end of october to the donald trump. reinstatement thank. Thank god tour. Because you're absolutely. Yeah because you and i will. We'll watch this as will the supreme court and they will decide nine zero to just automatically put what trump back off because that's how it works. Yes right that's how you're right. Yeah that's how it works. Why wouldn't you have a system of government where the supreme court of a country could shrug off a legitimate election. And just go. You know what. I watched this documentary right on by this guy who makes pillows sort of and i changed my mind the constitution that if a guy that makes pillows says something okay situation it's in it's in revelation and low. He did open the the first seal and it was just basically a plastic liner mites and bugs and you zip. The side of it works berry in illinois. You're on with how highbury how're you doing. Good okay. I like talking about the upcoming tweet you election. I think this is the most important that kind of election of all time. Yes yes could be the last. Yes i hope not okay. We need the democrats need to get go right now to get get. The campaign started Hope they showed the The hundred forty nine House of representatives republicans. Not wearing a mask and then hopefully they show a picture of the twenty one republicans who voted against the police the medal of our storm. Andy fund them. How they defended the festival. That's how they're still pushing for that like extra sousa. I'm sorry denise desouza yesterday had a video where he was he's literally going hashtag de-fund the capitol. Police any was serious about and this is something that i mean the tucker. Carlson has been pushing. This is not something that's just fringes of the of the interwebs. Insert reddit thread. Yeah yeah mad in illinois writes stuff. My friend had a cardiac event last night he was able to get in any hospital in little rock. Arkansas because they are filled with kobe patients. He's okay but enough with the freedom. I'm i'm team. Chris time to let darwin work. We spend too much time and money protecting the stupid from themselves. These effing unvaccinated have the freedom to choose. But it's time to pay for bad choices. If you get so sick you go to the yard time. Say here's some robitussin. Good luck at home personal responsibility. Isn't that the cheer of the gop. Matinee illinois ps the largest gay born gay bar in chicago sidetrack went back to vaccinated only as it yesterday. I'm so happy. Others are following their example I think that's going to be. How right is just a peer pressure. Whatever you wanna call it. The avalanche of companies in states. That are going to do the right thing that it's yeah. Sorry you're just you know and again. No one's forcing you to take the vaccine. Then quit go you know. I mean it's another job you're jurists superior worker anyways who wouldn't want you working You know at their idaho where you change the thing and your insert the one piece into the thing and no one else could do that. And then you put it back where it was genuine work and can't get on the plane. You can drive yourself if you if you gotta go somewhere. You're not getting on a plane with other people. I mean it's just. I'm yeah the freedom to walk. That's that's that's transportation. You can free associate. You know you the the right of you know the freedom of association you can hang around with other people if they want to hang around with you. There is a a again this is where the republicans have a real hard time dealing with consent. Yeah because other people have a say in their actions in public and in private. Yeah you you know this. But that's what you following a dude who's nonconsensual. Sex acts were a feature not a bug to his supporters. Yeah as if. I could love jennifer aniston any more than i do. She shared that. She lost some of her friends because they have not gotten liked record because they've not gotten the covert vaccine. She said they're still a large group of people. Who are who are anti vaxxers. Just don't listen to the facts. It's a real shame. I've lost a few people in my weekly routine who have refused or did not disclose whether or not they've been vaccinated and it was unfortunate so they should redo the friends reunion. Redo i'll be there for you. I'll be there for you. If you're vaccinated. Apples won't be at johnson not lay second. Okay this is the radio version. That's not the tv thing. I oh yeah. I you know i hate to say it how. I have a friend of twenty five years anti vaccine that i just haven't spoken to is not that i won't ever and i still love her but i i i can't be around her. She can't come to my house i mean. How do you maintain the same kind of friendship when you can't i. I'm not going endanger myself for my other friends or my family you know anyone. That's been vaccinated. We all have a new pocket for where our friends go. Look we have. We have said the toxic friend. You invite certain parties and not others. You have people who are on the fringe of emotional. You know Stability where you're like you gotta check in and see Doing all right there in that pocket. Now now we've got this kind of closeted antibac- or anti-science person that may in future apply to other stuff right because god willing they survive minded. They get through this and that they don't get sick Or they don't and this is often worse for a person like that. You may have been brenswick terry. The virus to someone else. Who dies the in honest in all honesty. Statistically you're more likely to do that. Before i was one of the most compelling thing was the trump administration guy juror who said unequivocally on fox news how if you're not vaccinated you will get the delta variant. I mean period. Yeah get vaccinated. Sa- yeah and it's and when we're seeing these numbers again. Our biggest concern last year was the overwhelming of our medical resistant. Not that the that we were gonna lose half the population or whatever but when you stack on top of that all the other stuff that happens normally in life cardiac arrest led your cardiac event car accidents especially when we got back to normal last year. Eleven percent of the people who were in hospital were due to kobe. And that's on top of everything else. Yeah that also happens and those are beds people. Getting that as like asthmatics who have an attack or whatever need oxygen you know. They're the ones who get denied after sitting a car with the oxygen tank outside the car in the parking lot getting oxygen there. Because you can't bring him inside because some Trumper is laying in their bed. Yeah yeah so. God bless united states that They got the job done fictions. I'm chuck schumer yesterday but want to recognize the amazing courage of my colleagues including representatives okaz. Cossio cortes jones and gomez and above all representative corey bush congresswoman. Bush knows what it's like to be a victim. She knows the pain fear and indignity of being told to get your things in to get out. Yeah one more chuck schumer well congresswoman bush's known this through our own experience and she took her passion and converted into effective action salute to her. It's a moment of history that shows. When you persist you can get things done okay So meanwhile on the teachers i don't they are the whole point of the republican party is just to be dis at this point. They're just a bag of dis obstruction. The senate rejected attempt from ron johnson. Republican to tie the border wall funding to the bipartisan infrastructure. Deal i okay right. You're hold on the wall. Mexico going to pay for our infrastructure that works. that's a miracle. Thanks what senator. Joe manchin was the only democrat. Vote for that amendment to add. Okay unhelpful okay. Wasn't he just in texas. Senator chris murphy on infrastructure and more all of it will be wildly popular. An infrastructure roads rails. It'll be investment in people Help for families to afford childcare improvements to medicare I'm comfortable with the size of the overall package which looks to be about four trillion dollars about the same size as the republican tax cut for the wealthy passed in two thousand seventeen and my hope is that. We'll get the first part of this done this week or this weekend. One more and then let me get your take on the other side here. We're gonna stay in washington for as long as it takes not going on august recess until all of the system curse talbot this weekend. We'll be able to wrap up a vote on the five. Hundred billion dollar bipartisan infrastructure. Bill that will be the biggest one time investment in american infrastructure and the history of this country on defense This is the only like week after next is the only time. Gupta is having its annual bath bombs when i Gathering somebody tweeted. She's all these. Avocado pits are gonna go bad. If she doesn't show somebody tweeted. She's giving chaotic bisexuals. A bad name. I won't stand for it. That hit a little too close to home. It's almost like the decision making process. I'm going to get a cinema t-shirt been there dated that okay How do you think. I mean i you. I tend to be happy happy. I it feels like infrastructure is going to get done. This sausage is really ugly. But it feels like it's going to get done in some form. What do you think. Yeah yes i do. I think both will pass. I think they're probably going to shave off the three point five trillion or might they might shave point two off of it so you'll end up with three or three to something like that. But here's the thing what people need to understand about the smaller infrastructure package that is at least currently included in fingers. Crossed stays in there. Is an infrastructure bank funded with you. Know seated with a of with fed funds that in and of itself a hundred billion dollars seating of infrastructure bank could lead to one point one trillion dollars on its own in future infrastructure spending. Yeah now that it exists. We don't currently have one. Once that i know i nerd out on this. This is something. I've been wanting for a long time and a lot of people pushing for but you allow it allows what banks can do with the capital that they have they have like one hundred million dollars. They can loan million dollars an infrastructure bank. Do that with a much more steady interest rate and a long-term almost like a permanent bond system for infrastructure where private and government funding and especially the all the big pension funds american pension funds have about eighteen trillion dollars of money that they invest part of which a third of which they at least try to keep in stable smaller lower interest South end the infrastructure. Bank would be perfect for that that if that ends up in this one the whole five hundred billion it's five fifty five is a nonsense number. That's just the current spending. This could lead to another three to ten trillion dollars in infrastructure spending over the next two decades. Right it's just through this baloney going out And free state because states have to bow cities after balancer. Budget states have to do it to. This is how they can do that. Okay yeah mean forty eight now. I meant bigger that slate. Okay we'll feel let down slightly. I feel like i was. I'm almost mock. No i'm trying not to take no. You weren't that's not condescending. It's patronizing okay. I cannot watch one of these one more of these dumb ass city council meetings right. Whether they're the one we talked about yesterday how would her mock them on there so much fun with their mocking and using racial slurs against doctor there. Who's just trying to give them. The facts used to high. These people used to be and you didn't know they were there and now they're showing up you know it's kind of it's like when you find a bump on your scanning i should get that checked out This is you know this. The upside of a of showing symptoms. Yeah where was the one yesterday screaming. It's do it's in nevada. Seen we know it does works are therapeutics now. First of all you don't know what's in the therapeutics and no we don't know if they work. That's why so many people are dying like yes rethink monochrome. Antibodies can help. We think regeneration can help but obviously not in every case or we wouldn't have six hundred thousand people dead. It's right that no you don't know what's therapeutic talking about those. He's talking about a fish tank cleaner ryan got and in a and doing shots of bleach. That's that's what he means by their uses. Where we're at during a meeting to discuss racism in oregon man rolling rock threatened to city employees. Erico sternberg was about to deliver the task force. Final report when he noticed the man holding a rock The man said oh. You think we're all racist you think you're the second coming of christ burke who is a gay black man said the man then accused him of spreading. Hiv and aids called him. Blasphemous said you are center. You need to be stoned. That is why. I brought this stone back. That's that's against the law. Just anybody who's listening. Yeah if you're thinking about what happened. How do you wanna bring your issues to your local city. Council meeting shortening. Someone with stoning. Right is a is a criminal acts so cunanan follower from wisconsin set to plead guilty after threatening crazy. Stupid attack in washington dc on march third. Release guilty a table for. Oh that was the original date of the reinauguration okay He was arrested twelve days later after he drove a scar car. Spray painted with queuing on slogans to the army reserve center and started firing paint balls at reserve us screaming. This is for america until his. Ar fifteen jammed fbi terrorism Subsequently began investigating. Move out to cause a mash casualty event if he was released from jail. Yeah that's a good way to stay in jail okay. After his arrest they discovered a real air. Fifteen seven magazines of ammunition gas masks throwing nine two way radios military style played three page. Handwritten manifesto a number of comments and referencing q. And my plan. That's all he. Some national gardens announced he was going to do something crazy stupid tomorrow and test the national guard to see if they were loyal to the people or the president meaning trump. Yeah so right. Yeah i do like the fact that his manifesto was handwritten the personal touch. You know what i mean. Yeah it's nice. It's like when a kid makes their own car. It's a lost art. It's a nice touch. How sparks follow him on twitter. Youtube bite lives dot com. This afternoon. i'll be back on and sexy dot com. We love you out. Well who doesn't love hanging out and lounge wear lounger used to be code. Hideously ugly sweats. Even your pets have been judging you. That's a thing of the past with cozy earth. The people known for creating luxuriously soft cool sheets made from viscose from. Bamboo have done it again. They've taken lounge wear to another level with their comfy super soft selections in gorgeous styles and colors from wonderful pajamas. That's leggings and tease. 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Lupus patient says it appears "Trump is selling drugs to fund his presidential campaign"

The Dworkin Report

17:09 min | 1 year ago

Lupus patient says it appears "Trump is selling drugs to fund his presidential campaign"

"You're listening to report and I'm your host Scott working. Today we spoke with Peter Morley a New Yorker who has lupus and just got put on a restricted prescription because Donald trump is selling the drugs. He needs to live just to make a political distraction. While the corona virus ravages America. Talking with Peter Drives home. The national problems created by handing a microphone to trump in this deeply personal interview where he explains the physical difficulty of managing his health with potentially deadly drug. Making matters worse he explained to me how trump's politically driven shortage of hydroxy. Chloroquine could send him to the hospital where he be at heightened risk of contracting the deadly corona virus because of his pre existing conditions over a million. Americans have lupus. What appears story means? Is that some or many of them could wind up contracting a potentially fatal infectious disease because trump force them to go to hospitals during a pinned. Amac I'm here with Peter. Morley a resistance fighter one. My Healthcare Heroes Rolling Stone magazine recently featured his worries about getting an adequate supply of medication due to the shortage caused by Donald Trump's advertising for the drug hydroxy chloroquine at the daily Corona Virus. Propaganda press rallies. Peter you so much for joining me on the podcast today. How are you doing well physically? I am doing OK emotionally not so much I just wanted to just get full disclosure here too. You know I am a I have lubis. I've been on clock hydroxy chloroquine for Almost six years I take it twice daily two hundred milligrams and it isn't a pill is it a it is a pill and that is the average dose for for most people on it and for me it prevents me from going into a Lupus flair which incidentally could send me into the hospital. Which is the last place that somebody who is immune? Compromise needs today right. So if you don't take it it's a disaster waiting to happen. Have you ever experienced side effects from the drug better negative absolutely I? It took me four months. To acclimate to the medication will I had extreme nausea fatigue. Weakness loss of appetite. I have a laundry list. If you just go to the Mayo Clinic you can see of side effects and there are a huge amount of side effects. This is not an easy medication it can be toxic. You can overdose format. You know what I understand is you. Don't I just stated there? The normal dosage four hundred milligrams but is being prescribed as six hundred milligrams. You can become unconscious from it if you overdose. The biggest side effect from it or or the most severe side effects for me is Permanent Retina damage. And I actually have to go to an ophthalmologist twice a year. Do a visual field test to make sure that I don't how Retina Damage. And hopefully if they find it in time. I can stop the medication. And then the retina damage can be reversed but in some people it hasn't been reversed getting itself. I've never had a problem getting the MED until recently. I would always fill my medications on for ninety days supply. I filled by medication over week ago and I was told that I was only allowed to have eight thirty days supply and I asked my pharmacists. What happens in thirty days and she said I don't know have you tried Anchor Dot FM. Yeah there are new podcast host and we chose them because of their goal to democratize podcast anchored gives everyone a chance to use the same tools that we use to make their very own podcasts. If you're a resistor who wants your voice heard try anchor DOT FM today. Peter in your own words. Why do you think trump is turned on? His used. Car salesman pitched to sell the drugs. You need to treat your Lupus as a false care to the American public I think. He's grasping at straws based on the only anecdotal evidence at a China. There's very little information. There is absolutely no research that says that this medication is effective. And if so it only has a mild effect so I can't even begin to speculate. But based on his pounding of this drug the repeating the name over and over in east of his predecessors the only thing I could think of is there some thing financially for him to gain out of this. I agree and now that he's got a very small investment that's linked to it but it's through like an investment fund so it's not direct but I'm sure that he's making money off of the Corona Virus Somehow Via his son law's brother Joshua Kushner Qadri or other means but something strange happened at the CDC Center for Disease Control which is under the control of trump at hhs they put vice with quote unquote the anecdotal evidence. You had talked about black now then. They suddenly retracted what he asked. What do you think that means? And what happened there It means that somebody got their hand slapped because he has There's no other. He is so beyond the a bonus so beyond after months of denying calling it a hoax. He's desperate for something. He is trying to override a good information with information that is deadly and actually takes medication out of the populations that desperately need out more about the candidates. Twenty twenty my new book series of Voter Guides authored by working report producer. Grant Stern. It's the only place you could read. My opinion factual portrait of each major Democratic candidate. In one place I the book. Now at the link inside this episodes notes at grants turn DOT COM or your local barnes and noble. Thank you again for your support. Let's get back to the show. That's daunting obviously big. Pharma probably has a role. What role do you believe that big Pharma literally? The pharmaceutical research and manufacturers of America and lobbying by its members is playing and getting trump to be a pitch man for this drug. Well all I know is what I see I. I don't know if where that politico has some new newsletter that I remember receiving that pushes it's actually presented by page Army A. Which is a big big lobbyists in in DC and So there is some evidence for you there when you see Rudy Giuliani purporting. The wonderful facts that plaque when all has on the Patients with Cova nineteen very disturbing. He actually tweeted. Sue Governor Whitmer about the wonderful effects in that. She's providing misinformation and he actually got temporarily suspended from twitter. So those are the kinds of things and as you mentioned put the CDC Vezer. These are all things that we all need to keep our eyes peeled. Msnbc'S MALCOLM NANCE tweeted Rudy's involved now. We know it's a scam. Ya What are you talking about Your former mayor's involvement in pushing this medically unproven use of the lupus drugs. You need to survive horrifying Haarer. `Fine I mean it's leading to hoarding of medication by people outside the communities that need a and it is this is just unfathomable. I mean he has no. He's not a doctor. He should not be speaking to this doctor foul. She has gone on record saying there is only anecdotal evidence. And just to add to that I just received something from my rheumatologist office today saying specifically and I quote in recent Days Hydroxy. Chloroquine has been mentioned as potential treatment for cove nineteen despite the headlines. There are currently no high quality data to confirm that hydroxide chloroquine may play a significant role in limiting the severity of Cova nineteen. It is simply too early to tell this. Episode of the WORKM- report is brought to you by resistors like you. We aim to keep this show independent for as long as we can visit worker. Report DOT COM. You can help out. The best ways is by hitting that contribute button in the top. Right giving what you can. Thanks again for your support. Let's get back to the show. I guess the last thing closing out. Is there anything you want to say in regards? Just pope that people could have right now. Well before I say that I really WANNA say because of my connections as an advocate. You know I've been reaching out on behalf of the Lupus community in every other community affected by shortages. And you know like I've experienced. I just want to state that. I spoke with somebody at a very high level ad from the Energy and Commerce Committee. This is the response I got. We've been working with the FDA to address the shortage but it's hard with the president selling it on national TV every night. And I also want to say as a patient with Lupus who has been successfully treated on strike. Who's known that it is effective? And it's not just the lupus. Community gannet is other communities autoimmune communities especially rheumatoid arthritis that this president's it appears that he is selling drugs to fund his presidential campaign and that to me is the most disturbing take away from this and what about the short message of hope. I I know it's hard. You're in the belly of the beast right now in the world. You're in the new. Wuhan I get it. You is provide me such joy in love. So that's why figures. No no no no. Here's here's the hope. I will never give up fighting for the people in need of this medication and fighting to find out why and we all have to speak up and talk about it because that's the way that we're going to save each other and support each other and love each other because that's what this country is about. That's what this country was founded on and it has to we all have to unite income together as a country and so that loves and feel that love because nobody should ever feel that they've been abandoned and nobody's abandoning you because I know myself. And there are thousands of people fighting for you so when you hear this just know that we will get to the bottom of this and we'll get to the bottom very very quickly and please don't feel helpless and you are loved. We're GONNA be follow you on twitter at more than my Esteli when my closest friends Peter Morley. Thank you for your time. Thank you Scott. And before we go. I'd like to take a minute to speak directly with you. The listening audience. And Tell You my opinion about the terrible corona virus epidemic that has broken out in America amidst the global pandemic. It's it really is disturbing me personally. And I don't know if you show these same beliefs but what you do and what you say what you wear how you look how you present yourself the hand gestures you use every single move matters when you're president of the United States every single thing for example before Obama would tweak things it would go through every agency before Obama would show up at meetings. They'd make sure. Is that color of tie going to offend? Somebody is going to offend one of our allies. Is that going to represent something or misrepresent something? If you're going to this Saint Patrick's Day event than make sure. He wears a green tie if he didn't then that would be a news story. You see what I'm saying like even more so what you don't say and what you don't do matters as well and so in this situation. I see president of the United States or supposedly illegitimate one. I see a person going up there monster. That is talking about how you should take these drugs. If you're dying right in this consent people over the edge. There probably not loosened enough to take meds or decide for themselves at that point anyways and so you have desperate family hours trying to get these drugs to their family member because they don't want them to die exactly he's throwing out a life raft but that's not the life rats that they need and so it's like here's some hope then. He has the thing to blame. Well that drug didn't work and that's this guy's fault and it's the World Health Organization enemy because they're teaming up with China because China's our enemy will just think about it like this. There was one person who could have gotten testing off the ground. There is one person who could put an halt to the tire American society. There's one person who could have made it very clear to everybody to stop what they're doing and the stay inside there's one person who could lead by example and wear a mask until everybody else to do the same. There's one person who could make a very concrete stand. There's one person who could lead by example and there is one person who could control do all these things. There's one person who could be accountable for everything as well and I. I would say that we would not be in this position. We would not be indoors at this level. We would not be the worst take country in the pandemic if it weren't for him I yeah. The Corona virus exists but fewer Americans would have died got sick if he had not been president. And that's sad. In the fact that any any other country would have removed him. I think Peter Morley for joining me on the show. Make sure to follow him on twitter. I'd also like to thank our producer grant stern. You can pick up our book on Joe Biden at meet the candidates twenty twenty dot com. You can visit our website at work. Report DOT COM. You can visit the mass now. Coalition at masks now dot org great organization helping the fight. They again for listening keep resisting.

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Target USA -- Episode 169: The real story behind the new International Spy Museum

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

00:00 sec | 2 years ago

Target USA -- Episode 169: The real story behind the new International Spy Museum

"From podcast. One coming up in this episode of target USA bear are about seven hundred thousand people living in Washington DC, according to sources, who know there are more than ten thousand spies in Washington. That means one in every seventy people you cross paths with in Washington is likely as spy. So who are they, what are they after? I want to know what the Brazzaville next states I want to know what his oddest he'll for what she's hiding from me. How do they do it? And can they be caught you could operate right here in Washington DC? And if you're good, and you're disciplined and careful, the F B. I'll never see it. There is a place in Washington. You can go to find out all the answers to those questions and more than you ever imagined about spies. And the details are coming up on this addition of target USA. National security podcast from WTO in Washington DC. This is target USA Russia, could render huge arm to this country, North Korea's secret missile capable of reaching the whole of the United States dangerous terrorist. DC is repeatedly mentioned some place. They would like to see an attack cyber criminal exception success. America as a target on its back and on this program, we investigate the threats the people behind them, the agencies fighting them and the impact on you. This is target USA, the national security broadcast. I'm Jay Jay green. The secretive world of spying. It's right here in front of us. But because of their training and our naievety is average citizens. We often miss it. Everybody in the espionage business is working under cover. So there in Washington, they're either an embassy or they're a businessman, and you can't tell them apart because they never acknowledge what they're doing. And if they're good, they're they have no trace of their communications. And while we often unknowingly stumble over spies because we don't know what we're looking for. They on the other hand are very clear about what they're looking for, and it's not always the obvious. In fact, as the late Sergei tragic off Russia's top spy who defected to the US said to me before he died and twenty ten their orders from President Boris Yeltsin were quite clear when it came to spying. Ng on President Bill Clinton, the Yeltsin formulated it in the very clumsy in the very provincial. But in the very accurately, I want to know what the president next states his time, it was Clinton. I don't I am not interested. Once he has on his table. I want to know what has oddest evil what, what he's hiding from me in the nineteen seventies eighties and nineties, the Cold War, and its immediate aftermath. Drove much of the espionage activity aimed at the US and the US's enemies as former CIA director, Michael, Hayden once told me they were not hiding because they knew the US had a problem. I'm old enough to remember that other war that Cold War thing. And there, we had an enemy that was easy to find those tank armies were in eastern Europe, hard to kill the tactics of the US's, two biggest enemies have changed, but Douglas wise. Former deputy director of the defense. Intelligence agency and former Central Intelligence Agency. Senior officer says the objective is still the same the Russians wanted to stray us Chinese one onus both Russia and China have raised the number of operatives here in Washington, and according to Bayer able to be virtually impossible to pick them out to dark net and various private encryption, you know, algorithms and the rest of it, you could operate right here in Washington DC. And if you're good, and you're disciplined and careful, the FBI never see it word on the DL. They're more than ten thousand spies in Washington. The material secret. Of seeing things. Shimmy men in my life. Always disappear. Death will be covered up. I know things that wish I didn't. I've saved lives and ruin reputations. I've been hunted interrogated and escaped certain death, yet don't prepare to take my life at any given second single handedly. One was. No one knows I exist. Not he Inca. Reward divest. BNI's is a whole different way of life from what Morton airy people live, and it's hard to imagine that line, but the international spy museum here in Washington DC has taken on the challenge of demystifying the world of spying and everything related to the important. Part of it is today to share the world with our community, the American citizen when I was with the national security agency during the Korean conflict, I began to realize that the American public really had very little knowledge of what intelligence was all about Milton malls is the founding, chairman of the international spy museum. And he says the history of spying goes back, a lot further than we think we're sitting here in a room with George Washington reading a document. I haven't was I was able to purchase that document years ago. And this was the beginning of when Washington formed, the I intelligence organisation, and that ring was well ahead of its time from a tactical point of view, and from a gender point of view as well, the culpa rain made up of six individuals. What was the woman, the British captured her rudder aboard one of their battleships where she died, but she did not die in vain as malts, pointed out, what Washington and the culpa ring were able to achieve turned the world order, upside down, L go back. If I may George Washington is one thing. King, George the third is another. He was absolutely livid that this ragtag quote, ragtag army defeated, the world's greatest army, and we did. And how did happen he called in one of his top generals and said how in the world could you have lost? And he said, Washington, did not defeat us. Militarily. He simply outs wide us. Washington DC is full of museums. But there is no other quite like this one and they often tell stories based on narratives or scripted exhibits, but the international spy museum is unique because this museum let's the exhibit dictate script. A some of the stories that we told were determined by the artifacts that we had. We were lucky enough to get a giant nation from h Keith Melton, and what we found was, we had some herb exhibits from an amazing story, some amazing stories. We curate at the museum, one of those items is genuine from the period, just before the Cold War. We actually have the high snacks that was used to assassinate Leon Trotsky in nineteen forty in Mexico. So, of course, we're going to tell that story. I mean, we just built some stories around the extrordinary artifacts that we had, I would say it's important to the world until community because we focus on telling responsibly stories from across the globe. Chris Kosta the executive director at the spy museum. And he says while they do tell the stories that champion, and in some cases, vilify the intelligence community. They're not beholden to that community. We don't answer to the US intelligence community. We answered no intelligence community. We wanna lay out the facts and pose questions that. We don't always answer. We want to be provocative, we want to educate the public on this kind of work. And I think the service though we do provide by definition to, to this world community is we tell the stories that the average intelligence officer can't tell their family. We do that. So it's a great opportunity for intelligence officer to walk somebody through the museum. And then ask that open ended question. What did you think of those stories, Hollywood, and the local entertainment community play a huge role in telling the stories of spies. And of course, there are creative embellishments to sell the stories and the movies to the public, but the real stories from the real spies need. No embellishment to leave those lucky enough to hear those stories in all. Longtime, I had to mail a letter to an agent and mail it without the opposition, knowing it. Former CIA spy, Mark Hilton behind the iron curtain. It was January very, very cold below zero. And after a long route to try to ensure that there was no one behind me. I got to the to the place where I was supposed to mail it. But, you know, the, the fear, of course of getting caught. I was actually sweating was was. It was it was well below zero. But sweating because of the concern I my hands were so cold. I opened the letterbox went to slip the letter inside and it dropped with a clang and all the letterbox at self drop to the drop to the clang, and I looked up and down, what was vacant street? Wondering if anybody at hurt me. I remember that. I remember that till the fill the day. Die. The stories the artifacts and the presentation of made this one of the most popular museums in the world. There have been nine million visitors in more than fourteen years, the largest collection of international espionage artifacts is on display. It's the only public museum in the US solely dedicated to espionage, but the effort to collect analyze and display bowl of those artifacts and stories his herculean to say the least, and the nineteen seventies eighties and nineties Iran, advertisements all over the world. And with a simple thing that I wanted to obtain in preserved artifacts pertaining to intelligence, h Keith. Melton is a founding board member of the spy museum, and he's still needed the largest private collection of espionage artifacts in the world to the museum. More than five thousand pieces, most of which have never been seen by the general public. So how do you declare to an airline security that you wanna bring back the necessary ingredient for comic mom on a commercial airline flight? Melfi has gone to more than twenty countries over forty five years in search of spy objects that underscored the critical role of intelligence on the world stage. Can't make up some of the things that really haven't been his and we're the daring in excitement and things of fictional models. The real world doesn't often end is nicely. And what the museum does is instead of presenting nicely packaged ending or beginning. What does is gives the visitor true sense of reality? When the world needed most Kennedy. But the world was just one this calculation away. Elation. Walking through the all inspiring glass and steel corridors of the spy museum h Keith Melton himself was found holding court about the exhibits that he's donated the largest item artifact. I've contributed is the one man sleeping beauty submarine, which was the smallest operational spy-submarine used in World War Two, we have on display. The smallest is the original micro dot and a micro dot is the reduction of a page of text to a piece of celluloid less than one millimeter, and it's often been said there are few things under the sun, that are new, and it turns out the micro dot is one of them, and it was supposedly the great secret of World War Two, but actually it had been developed a hundred years earlier. And the world's first microdots was developed in eighteen fifty two by JR. Jonathan Benjamin dancer in, we have his original microdots here on display. It had been used in the American civil war to communicate from Richmond to Ottawa by the confederates, but then forgotten about and the Germans remembered it in the late nineteen thirties, and it became the secret of Nazi covert communications during World War, Two, in fact in nineteen forty six GRA. Hoover wrote this amazing article for Reader's Digest, it says how the FBI broke the German secret communications, they discovered the microdots without himself knowing that had been a parlor, novelty in eighteen fifty two. We just forgotten about it. The goals of spying. Don't change. What changes is the technology that in able them to take place. So goals continue, we won't secret information without the other guys, knowing they've lost it. But how you get it as always going to be evolving. Technology of what is it that you want the people? That come to the museum to see these exhibits. What is it that you want them to get and to go away from here with I hope people when they visit will have a glimpse of seen the essential role of intelligence that it plays a national security? Hope that they'll see that it has not a perfect process, their successes, and there's failures and at the busy, we've tried to take a very balanced approach in show both successes and failures in a way and let people make up their own mind, but it is essential. And hopefully they'll lastly find that the truth about history is far more interested in fiction. James BOND did is nothing compared to what the real spies too. And I often say that in the real world JAMES BOND wouldn't last four minutes. We simply do everything other than what he did in the JAMES BOND movies that they're kind of about seduction and assassinations where the real world's about secret information. And how you can communicate it in use it to help government or helping better decisions. Three can't get any information if they're dead. You know, dead spies don't really intelligence services. That's not their purpose though. One service, the Russians the Soviets the KGB used assassination as a regular tool, but surprisingly, it was more for vanity seldom to influence national policy more. Because they wanted to stop people from speaking ill of a leader. Are they wanted Stalin wanted to stop his critics? But it was never change the fate of nations to stop people from talking bad about me the, the purpose of intelligence services is not assassinations and mountain made very clear when you look at the reality, and the objective of intelligence gathering, killing target is really not what you want to do, even though some do it, but he suggested there are other ways around that. To get what you need. Well, you know, good services and are some very good ones understand that the ability to, I once a general only Kalookan, who is on our board of directors, and I said, only what was your purpose? Would you visited the US? He was here undercover as a student at Columbia than at the embassy sit. Keith is says, I'm just here to make friends, I want to go out and make as many friends with Americans could he's engaging outgoing sit down and buy you a beer and then talk about how our countries could be closer together. And the next thing you know, you're kind of an unwitting source in providing information, it may not be classified information, but that's establishes relationships. Then that's what good intelligence officers, do they make relationships. And ultimately if the if you have access to secrets, they look for a way to, hopefully get you to provide them. And strolling through this museum surrounded by the images movies, and voices of the history of espionage. It's clear. One of the tried and true methods of dislodging secrets from a target is a disguise. And in this museum is a display that pays homage to one of the best, there's ever been John Mendez. Former chief of disguise for the CIA. In terms of disguises. We did everything from the simplest disguise that you can imagine to the most complex. One of them is on display here at the museum complex was a mask was an animated mass that meant that it talked it smiled. And I briefed the president of the United States in the Oval Office, wearing that mask who was the president of the ties, George H W Bush, did he say. I showed him a picture of himself in an old disguise because he had been director CIA. I said, well, we've come a long distance. I'm here to show you the latest and he said show me, and I said, so you're looking at it. Now I'm going to take it off. He said, no, no. Don't take it off. Any got up walked around. Then he went back said he said, okay. Took it off Johnston. New was over here is making his to yes. He was next. He almost. He wasn't listening. He almost fill out of this share White House, photographer was there when I got done. I went out to the secretary's office played with milley's puppies and the photographer came out, she had been in the room catching catching coaching. She said, what did you do? I said, I can't tell you. It's glass. Perfect ten years later. Somebody sent me a photo, I'm holding the mask up in the air in front of the president's desk. Mascots airbrushed out. So it looks like I'm. Lecturing, the president's very funny funny picture. So tell me about your contribution here to the museum. You know, when my husband and I started at the very beginning, we worked for three years before the first museum opened, Mr. malts had vision. He he the money to execute it he had historian. He had artifacts. He had people that specialized in exhibits, hit museum people, but he didn't have any spies and so- Tony, and I came in to help organize how would you? How would you tell this story? How would people flow through the museum? How to put it together to, to an experience that, that made some sense that was how we started was just doing that others. The old museum had an air duct that went across the museums. That was her idea. We said, you know, kids can spy the idea of we had voices coming out of all kinds of odd places like you could hear people talking. There were transparent places in the floor. We just did all kinds of stuff like that. Interesting now. So is there a favorite part of this museum for you? Weather's an exhibit. Here's my husband, which is very dear to my heart. It was the based on that Argo story. The rescue six diplomats from Tehran. You heard John mentioned the six diplomats from that Argo story that Argo story was the story nineteen Seventy-nine November fourth. Militant storm the US embassy in Tehran. Taking sixty six American hostages in that chaos. Fix Americans manage to slip away, and find refuge with the Canadian ambassador knowing that, it's just a matter of time before they're found out and possibly executed the government called on extractor Tony Mendez, who was Janis husband to rescue. There is no shortage of riveting dramatic stories like that through office museum and Mendez says the real reason why she and her husband Tony who passed away early this year participated in the museum was for the future generation, the educational, part of it is really what attracted bump to this. The, the idea that you can present to the American public. Maybe to the young American generation the idea of serving your government and, and doing what is really honorable work. And while Mendez and many others are hopeful that the museum will inspire true interest, amongst young people in the world of intelligence. There are others well established in their own rights can feel the same sense of inspiration that young people get from seeing these exhibits, including the spy museums president and c o two Tamara Christian. I feel like a kid, a candy store every day. So there are so many different stories I love, but are red teaming exercise. That's led by for me. Former deputy director of the CIA Mike Barral that CAL's the story of the Abbad complex and the night of the raid of bin Laden. I think is I have done that activity that interactive ten times and I can do it one hundred more times. So that is one of my favorites in terms of the Interactive's in terms of the artifacts, they really are there, so many, it's hard to pick, but I really liked the Gila suit that was donated by Malcolm Nance, which would allow someone to him to completely disappear in the sand. It's a really interesting artifact to look at. I think the suicide pen that would have been carried by YouTube pilots is a really fascinating, the tiniest of artifact it looks like a pen that you would have an so in kit. So those are go from very big to very small. I like the story of the assassination of Trotsky, which happened in nineteen forty and was a crime of the century at that time, and we have the tax. Yes, we have that. So that is still a little crescent blood on it to make it just a little more interesting. Real blood. Okay. The Mattel you secret. Not he Inc. The international spy museum proving things are not what they seem special thanks to the museum for access to its facilities before they opened and to the multi media library. Some of which was used in the production of this program, and thanks to you for listening. I appreciate as always your questions, comments and suggestions. If you have any send me an Email at J green at W, T, O, P dot com. That's the letter j the color green one word at whiskey. Tango. 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Ep. 1321 - Forget The Taliban  Youre The Real Threat

The Ben Shapiro Show

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Ep. 1321 - Forget The Taliban Youre The Real Threat

"President biden tells americans in afghanistan. They're supposed to rely on the mercy of the taliban. America's enemies accelerate their aggressive behaviour and hard left signals that conservatives are the real taliban. I'm ben shapiro. This is the ben shapiro. Show the ben shapiro. Show is sponsored by express. Vpn your data is your business protected. Express vpn dot com slash. Ben we'll get to all the news in just one moment. I your reminder. The fact is that your internet services. They are not private going online without express. Vpn is like leaving your kids with the nearest stranger. While using the restroom you would never do. That's why would you go online without expressive. Vpn every time you connect to an unencrypted network and cafes hotels airports etcetera your online data is not secured any hacker on the same networking gain access to instill your personal data that includes like passwords and your financial details et cetera. 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Vpn dot com slash. Ben already so. Disaster continues to roll out in afghanistan. The taliban are doing what they do. Best namely torturing and murdering people so video has now emerged of the taliban torturing translators for example people who translated on behalf of the american military. Who is there talk. Talk and then yesterday. Apparently there are people who are carrying afghanistan's old flag you know. The non taliban flag that was flying over kabul until just a couple of days ago. Ends of the taliban's hit. What do they just opened. Fire into the crowd according to all arabia members of the extremist group. Fire on the crowd at least two people dead. At least ten people injured. Here is some video. You can see people begging to leave. I mean this. It's it's for for our empathetic president to just walk away. From all of this. Knowing that he facilitated all of this without any plan for transition is really despicable. it's quite despicable. But as you'll see president biden when it comes to the sort of stuff is pretty despicable in general. Here's some video of afghan girls begging the american military to take them with them. Because they know what's going to happen which is actually sex slavery for everybody under particular age. Gone walking remember when people say well you know. They're just going back to the lifestyle that they chose. They're just going back to what they knew before. Many of these have never known this lifestyle. The united states invaded afghanistan in two thousand and one it is now. Two thousand and twenty one girls were eighteen. Nineteen twenty years old have never lived under the taliban. Do not remember what it is like to live under the taliban. If you're under twenty. Five years old in afghanistan. This means you've never really experienced taliban rule in a way that you can remember because again the united states took over the country in two thousand one and then handed over to afghan allies so the bizarre idea that this was approved by the afghan population generally speaking particularly in the major cities that were controlled by the united states. Like like couple is quite crazy. It's quite crazy and you can see the fallout from this. Your for example is the first afghan air force pilot who was female earn his new rock money pleading for president biden to hear her to save the families of people who worked with the united states. We're going to get stuck there. All these women by the way are gonna get raped. All these women are gonna get sold into slavery. If you're a single woman you will buy thirteen. Fourteen years old have been married off to somebody. If not raped or you'll be married then raped. That is the way things worked under. The taliban from nine hundred to two thousand one. When they ran the place in that has come back in spades here. Is this afghan female pilot talking about it. As an african woman. I would like for president biden to hear me the government data. Please save the families that they need you. The woman the little girls that they always look up and to the united states the great army that united states brought to afghanistan and also. Please save my family. The good news that the media are apparently dedicated to the proposition at least to a certain extent that the taliban might be okay. You're starting to see this theme running through the media. Not everybody in the media. I think there are some people in the media who are on the left and are surprisingly actually doing some honest media coverage. I think the you've seen this from for example. Richard angola nbc news at. You've seen this from jake tapper over at cnn. There's some members of the media who are still doing some honest media coverage of this. But i think the tendency over the coming days is going to be to suggest that the taliban have in some way moderated in the same way that the media went along with the narrative that the iranian regime had moderated and therefore it was time for the united states to make concessions the malagasy. I think you're going to get that from the taliban as well with regards to the media. The taliban know how to play this so the taliban spokesperson yesterday for example said yeah. Women do have rights. You know what. We're going to acknowledge women's rights now. And then they had the little phrase that that makes it moot that comply with sharia if you say the limits that comply with sharia that means women don't have rights against sharia law in the taliban's interpretation of islamic fundamentalist law means women do not have rights. But here they are saying what they think. The west wants to hear. The question is catholics cannot guarantees going to provide for ensuring women's rights. A few and mench would when it comes to. We are going to allow work in studying trained. Of course the album. Alberto women are going to be very and the society within the framework. Slama within the frameworks of islam under sharia. Ah by the way this is why women young girls are already being sent home from school like already that is it. The wonderful zabihullah mushahid. I'm sure we'll hear more from the spokesperson for the eighth century. Barbarians taliban malala yousafzai ziya. Who you'll recall was hailed the world over for her willingness to fight for women's education afghanistan. She now writes in the new york times in the last two decades. Millions of afghan women and girls received education. Now the future. They promised is dangerously close to slipping away. The taliban who until losing power twenty years ago barred nearly all girls and women from attending school doled out harsh punishments that those who defied them are back in control like many women. I fear for my afghan sisters says afghan. Girls and young women are once again where i have been in despair over the thought they might never be allowed sia classroom or hold a book again. Some members of the taliban said he will not and women and girls education or the right to work but given the taliban history. Afghans women's fears are real already. We're hearing reports a female students. Being turned away from their universities. Female workers from their offices. None of this is new for the people of afghanistan. She says that she's going to try. And funnel money in their by good luck to her good luck to her because the taliban is not going to allow any of this and everybody knows that this is the case at this point in the desperation of people attempting to leave is just overwhelming and is a picture. That was making the rounds yesterday. That is shocking zip picture of man's legs from underneath the wheel well of a plane. Sabina american jet. Hey they're above the cloud line. There are thousands of feet high. This person grabbed onto the wheel. Well of plane and attempt to escape. We already know going politico. That one man. His body was found mangled in the wheel. Well of an american c seventeen eight. Okay and desperation takes in order to do that. Some pretty significant desperation. The taliban has been shooting at afghans near the airports. Anybody who is attempting to escape taliban shooting. Joe biden decided. It'd be a good idea in the country back over to these people visit. This would be a great idea. All it took was maintaining a bare bones. True presents two thousand five hundred troops in a support capacity fixing airplanes and he decided not worth it. Let's leave these barbarians in charge of a country of thirty eight million people. Probably that will provide no threat to the united states in terms of an uptick in terror threat and by the way subjecting thirty eight million people to the predations of some of the worst people on planet earth. There was a time by the way. When joe biden who's now ardently against nation building. He said there was an alternative to nation building. Since two thousand three in some parts administration nation building is still a dirty phrase but the alternative nation building is chaos chaos said churns out bloodthirsty warlords drug traffickers and terrorist. And we have. We've seen it happened in afghanistan. Before and i am quite frank fearful. It may happen again. Just stem yeah. Well he's changed his tune somewhat by two thousand ten by the way this is. What's amazing when you look to your politicians for empathy. You're looking in the wrong place. You're looking in their own place. It is stupid to look to your politicians for empathy. I don't first of all. I don't think the politicians should operate on the basis of empathy. I think they should operate on the basis of rational calculation. I don't think joe biden either. I don't he operates on the basis of empathy or on the basis of rational calculation. But just to remind you for all those people who believe that joe biden is a kindly old grandfather figure. Here's what joe biden. Had to say in two thousand ten about pulling out of afghanistan. So richard holbrooke had richard holbrooke was special envoy from the obama administration to afghanistan and pakistan and holbrooke ask biden about america's to maintain presence in afghanistan to protect vulnerable civilians. And here is what biden responded f that we'll have to worry about that we didn't in vietnam nixon and kissinger got away with it. F- that well men is true to his word. F that an f. Those people by the way again our weaponries now in the hands of these barbarians. According to jake sullivan the national security adviser who did just a cataclysmic lee bad performance yesterday in front of the press. I mean this is just a catastrophe in terms of public relations. National security advisor. Jake sullivan rhodes scholar genius. All the way around obama holdover he says oh. Yeah by the way. Billions of dollars. Our weaponry is now. In the hands of the taliban millions of dollars worth of the left and alabama. We don't have a complete picture. Obviously of where every article defense materials has gone but certainly a fair amount of it has fallen into the hands of the taliban and Obviously we don't have a sense that they are going to readily handed over to us at the airport. We don't have a sense. Of course they're going to hand it over even billions of dollars in sophisticated weaponry. Of course the another gonna come up with the wraps guys. We know that you're leaving and just departing. If through decided to give back this billions of dollars in military hardware including sophisticated drone technology and we are busily trying to scrub any bio metric materials that we have in afghanistan because the taliban going through all of that stuff and they're finding everybody who worked with us and then they're murdering those people a subject solan was also asked why biden had ignored intelligence reports suggesting that precisely this was going to happen and this is the amazing thing. None of this was unforeseeable unforeseeable. It was all precisely foreseeable many in predicting this for years that if the united states pulled out there'd be absolute chaos in afghanistan. For god's sake. I wrote a novel in like two thousand sixteen or two thousand fifteen talking about what would happen. If the united states pulled out of afghanistan precipitously in how the embassy would fall. He didn't take a genius to figure this stuff out as the most obvious thing in the world but in many of the intelligence community were saying. Yeah this is going to collapse really really fast. Jake sullivan was asked us. So why did you ignore all of that. North officials told eighty there were key intelligence assessments warning to talent clued oval the country in the capital with the white house district. And i'm not actually familiar with the intelligence assessment you're describing but i also don't wanna get into specific intelligence products and one thing i will not do from this podium or anywhere else is talk. About what a different component of the interagency did or didn't do. Yeah i mean he's committed to the classification process. Obviously that's why he's not answering the question. Not because the biden administration completely and thoroughly blue this but because he has to make sure the classified information doesn't spill into the public shaming classified information about what we knew about the collapse of the afghan security. that class. like 'cause we can all see it in real time happening like now. I don't need a class fighter portland six months ago to tell me what was going to happen to concede happening like in the moment right now. My favorite here is jake sullivan. Saying oh yeah. We definitely take responsibility but by the way everyone else is responsible. I take responsibility for this really. It's on you. it's really sort of everyone isn't it. I mean sure Man comes home and he says to his wife. Yeah she says to me cheated on means his right and take responsibility for that but really isn't about. All of us isn't about the bigger picture here. Here's jake sullivan. Doing this pathetic routine his taking responsibility for every decision. The united states government took with respect to afghanistan because as he said the buck stops with him. I am also taking responsibility and so are my colleagues. The secretary of state the secretary of defense the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff the directors of our intelligence agencies. We as a national security team collectively take responsibility for every decision. Good decision every decision. That doesn't produce perfect outcomes. That is what responsibility is now at the same time. That doesn't change the fact that there are other parties here responsible as well. Oh here we take total responsibility for all of our decisions also. It's them by the way. Speaking of the people who are doing excellent reporting clarisa ward over at cnn has been getting some flack for no reason. It seems to me for her reporting on the ground. she's now having don a burqa in order to continue reporting over there. She's got the he givenchy. She doesn't have the full face covering on because she's in front of the camera. But if you wanna see what has happened in afghanistan only have to do is check regard from a week ago versus regard now. That of course is no fault. Approach approaches doing excellent reporting. She's reporting that over kabul airport quote. This is mayhem. this is nuts. It is impossible for ordinary civilian even if they have their paperwork to get out no way. They're running that gauntlet. No way they're going to be able to navigate that there's no order. There's no coherent system. We'll get to the failures of evacuation in just one second. Because that is the chief and foremost issue on everybody's minded point is how the hell we get americans out there. 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Reporting the airport in kabul was opened for both military and civilian flights but ax remains it near impossible for the thousands of afghans seeking to leave afghanistan. The taliban strengthened control over the city and a taliban leader returned from exile military. Flights resumed as the us sense. Additional troops to secure the perimeter and manage air traffic control and ground operations following two days of chaos while westerners and afghans raced to escape the country. Us senate had completed the evacuation of its embassy. Staff leaving only a small contingent process other departures from the country by the way the us embassy embassy staff should if this were orderly transition the last people to leave right. They have to be there on the ground to process the paperwork. They were the first people to leave. Because this play. This is just a show. I mean it's just it just. It is a bleep show however many thousands of afghans would worked for western embassies in organizations remain stranded and unable to reach the airport for evacuation flights that alabama erected checkpoints at the entrances airport. They're whipping and beating afghans. Who attempted to cross even with their paperwork. Plus by the way there's no guarantee that americans where they're going to be able to get out at this point. So the nsa's jake sold and again this is one must catastrophic press conferences. I've ever personally witnessed. And that means really really bad. Jake sullivan was asked. Are we going to have troops there past august. Thirty first to facilitate the exit of both americans are stuck in afghanistan and afghan allies. Were stuck in afghanistan. And jake sullivan wouldn't commit to that by the way the dates as of right now is august eighteenth so he say we may not have troops pass their thirteen days out from now to help people get out here. We go will. Us troops stay until everyone out for. Will they be so. I'm not gonna comment on hypotheticals. What i'm going to do is stay focused on the task at hand which is getting as many people as rapidly as possible and we will take that day by day every american and Then he was asking guarantee every american is going to get out and he really didn't have any answer for that then he's he was asked you know. Why exactly did we get. These people had earlier. they will we had. We're there for twenty years. Why don't we facilitate their exit earlier and someone has no answer. There have been questions raised about whether we should have drawn down. Our embassy evacuated our afghan allies earlier. These are reasonable questions. We did dramatically accelerate the process and move out a substantial number of applicants in their families but the afghan government and its supporters including many of the people now seeking to leave made a passionate case that we should not conduct a massive accusation lest we trigger a loss of confidence in the government. amazing amazing. we shouldn't like the excuse. Make me here. So the reason that we didn't evacuate earlier is because we were told by the afghan government which no longer exists that if we evacuated earlier than it might undercut their credibility. Where does i wasn't the president of the united states one month ago saying that the afghan government would not capitulate at kabul would not fall. This was not going to be like saigon. We're until about a month ago. So who's actually your boss. Jigs elvin and you who are doing this were making sure that nobody got out. Allergen sake was asked. Can you guarantee that americans are all going to make it out that everybody's going to get out. And she She mush mouth that offer and guaranteed to the americas and afghan allies that if they remained their past the end of the month. Us troops will help them evacuate at the end of the month. Leisure our our focus right now is doing the work at hand and on the task at hand and that is day by day getting as many american citizens as many v. applicants as many members of a vulnerable population who are eligible to be evacuated to the airport and out on planes. And we're going to do that and expeditious fashion. That is the focus of the president of our secretary of defense secretary of state and everybody international security team So that that is where we will keep our. you know. they're keeping the focus on making sure that everybody gets out. But they're not guaranteeing that everybody's gonna get out as awkward sort of as as though they've kept their focus on the border but they've done nothing over there in a second we're going to the actual plan for getting people out. It is unbelievable. We'll get the actual plan for getting people out Lot of people lincoln it out particular afghan allies. They're screw. They're absolutely screwed. I'm getting letters from soldiers. Every hour talking about people they worked with or just gonna get murdered over there. We'll get to this in just one second i. It can be overwhelming to perform at your best as you age career family staying in shape. Life can get stressful. You start to slow down and not present when you want to be to performing your best physically mentally. You can't let age be you. This is where em drive can help. 'em drives the daily supplement for driven men. Who don't wanna slow down. Refuse to be tired everyday and want to be the best of what they do. 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So what is the actual plan for getting people out the actual plan is will trust the taliban. I kid you not. This is the plan according to the uk daily mail. The white house confirmed it is relying on. The taliban to help provide safe passage for civilians looking to evacuate afghanistan as the state department warns. Us civilians there to shelter in place until it is safe to leave. Here is jason explaining dies. Taliban is not going to stop people trying to get to the airport like americans. Why would they do that and tell us what exactly the commitment that he knows. From the regarding the safe passage of americans as well as a ten thousand dollar will taliban have informed us that they are prepared to provide the safe passage of civilians to the airport and we intend to hold them to that commitment. Oh they do you. You're going to hold them to that commitment or what or what should always be the question that comes to this administration now or what. What are you going to yell at them. Send them a vaguely worded letter. You wouldn't use military related. Yeah i'm sure i'm sure. After he pulled out an efi school people were there. I'm sure that they they're quaking in their boots. The notion that that this balding rhodes scholar is going to somehow threaten them into submission. If things go wrong yes clearly. This doddering old president is going to unleash the gates of how upon these people. If they don't allow americans out or alternatively we're going beg them gonna plead with them and then they don't do what they said they would do. Then you know we'll just kinda like take it you know that that's what we're going to by the way. It is six weeks since joe biden was specifically asked about trusting. The taliban said no. I do not trust. The taliban now are trusting the taliban to allow all the americans out solvent has by and large. What we have found is that people have been able to get to the airport and present themselves. There have been instances. You know we've heard that people are being turned back and even beaten. We're taking that up in our channels with the taliban. Oh well then. I'm sure things are going fine. I'm sure that that is just going great. Pentagon spokesperson john. Kirby was asked. Okay so are you actually like sending people out gathered. The americans are sending people out from the military to go into kabul and pick people up and bring them back to the airport. And here's his response. We're working hand in glove with the state department In terms of supporting their plans At processing these individuals But again that's something that we're going to be doing on a case by case day by day basis. Right now though. I don't want to set the expectation that That we are equipped and enable to go out into the countryside and physically move people into kabul are focused right now. The troops that we have there are at the airport. The idea is to make sure we can get that The air operations not only have the resume but to keep them in place for as long as possible. Well then it's all fun. Kirby was also asked about our afghan allies and whether they can get out. Well you know. We're gonna check the paperwork and clarence award of cnn was having none of it again. She's been doing excellent work here. I don't know why people are giving her flak. I'm the one who has to look them in the i can. I offer them your assurance that everyone who has worked with american organizations will be got out of this country safely course first of all. Thanks for your incredibly brave reporting And the and the images and the stories that you're telling We're all grateful and we all know how hard and how dangerous that work is I would ask you to tell them that. There is a process. that That they can apply for Through the state department To to get onto the list. And get onto the manifest. And i would ask them to to work with State department authorities there in kabul to do that and if they if they are through that process i can assure them and you can insure them on our behalf that we in the pentagon. We'll do everything we can to help. Get them out of the country over the next couple of weeks. That's what we're flowing in extra aircraft for. That's why we're flowing an extra troops to maintain security at airports so that we can do that. You'll notice that what he's saying they're provided no guarantee that people should be able to get out of the country out of the country know they should filed the paperwork and then they should wait. Wait around shelter in place. Wait around while the taliban threatened murder them and then you know maybe every rather paperwork will find a way to get them out of the country. These are people who put their lives on the lines on behalf of american interests by the way and as i say i've been getting dozens of letters from soldiers like every day saying i worked with this family in afghanistan. I can't get in touch with please. Can you do something me okay. I'm a political commentator. I'm not a member of the government. Not a member state department. I'm not. I'm not an elected official. I'm getting letters like this. That's how horrible this administration is at doing what it said it would do. Meanwhile administration patting itself on backtracks elvin says all. This just proves that we should have left. Oh really that that's interesting. So i think the argument could then be made that the rise in crime rates in america's major cities in the aftermath of police pulling back his just evidence. I mean if people don't obviously people that want crime de-fund the police probably a good idea. Then right if you take away the people who are the protective force and then bad things happen. This just proves that people wanted things to happen. She shouldn't have had a protective force there in the first place. This is so counterintuitive and nonsensical. What has unfolded over. the past month has proven decisively. That it would have taken a significant american troop presents multiple times greater than what president biden was handed to stop a taliban onslaught and we would have taken casualties. American men and women would have been fighting and dying once again in afghanistan and president biden was not prepared to send additional forces were asked any american personnel to do that over the period ahead. No so that is No that is not actually what was happening. There was a skeleton force there. None of this was happening. Skeleton forces gone all. This is happening that simple. And meanwhile i have to say it is astonishing to watch the minds boggled at not only the lack of competence but the lack of even basic decency and honesty from this administration and really is an amazing thing. All people like trump violated all norms. Trump was the worse from. He mean tweets. Well okay now. I've noticed it Thirty eight million people are living under abject tyranny over there and also oliver enemies are on the move globally all of them. But don't worry. Jake sullivan says that our allies should actually feel comforted by all this. If you're taiwan now under threat from china if you're israel under threat from then you should feel comforted by america's commitment here because it's not like we just cut and run and left a giant country strategically important country that borders both india and pakistan. And also ron is. We just left that country in the hands of literally the worst people on the planet who were responsible for the destruction of the twin towers in two thousand and one and the pentagon in two thousand and one and the three thousand americans in two thousand. Is i just did any of that. Over allies should feel super confident. Given the fact that we are now going to leave our allies and afghanistan to be abjectly murdered. I mean just shot in the street. They are allies. Should feel pretty comfortable jake sullivan. We believe that our commitments to our allies partners are sacrosanct and always have been we believe our commitment to Taiwan and to israel remains as strong as it's ever been keep in mind that with respect to afghanistan. We said back in two thousand eleven that we would be out in twenty fourteen. We stayed another seven years. Oh well yeah. I mean they should feel the. I'm sure our allies will very comfortable. They're so comfortable. In fact that all of our enemies are on the move. According to reuters. Iran has accelerated. Its enrichment of uranium to near weapons-grade move. Raising tensions with the west is both sides. Seek to resume talks and reviving. Tehran's nuclear deal could have predicted. This route is ramping up. Because they know that they can. Now take this administration for all. They're worth sarah's ramping up. You'll see ron ramp. Ramp-up its terror activities in yemen in syria in lebanon. Because why the hell wouldn't they z. Week pathetic mewing administration china. Meanwhile held in assaulted drill near taiwan after so-called provocations according to reuters china carried out assault drills near taiwan on tuesday with worships and fighter jets. Exercising off the southwest and southeast of the island in what the country's armed forces said was a response to quote external interference and provocations into their now looking at the possibility of military action against iran. They've already threatened and said well you know the the truth is that the united states ain't gonna do anything so maybe you should work with us. Meanwhile the state department had no answer on why exactly the biden administration was so sanguine about chinese prospects in afghanistan. Remember the state department said just this week. They said you know china and russia. They're probably pretty simple afghanistan. The thing they wanted most was for us to stay weird says andrea mitchell again. Shockingly doing an act of journalism here. Saying i've noticed that the china are happy to work with the taliban is moving to its recognition of the taliban already. Well look human rights or any other guarantees. It just so happens. That china and the people's republic of china is a permanent member of the un security council So i can tell you precisely what they said When they signed onto the statement on august sixteenth. What they're doing. Today is moving towards recognizing the taliban i am going to have to defer to officials in beijing to speak to. They're doing i can tell you precisely what they signed onto precisely what tell you about their intent. I'm not here to divine the intense of the peercy government. My god i mean. They're attended perfectly clear. We know exactly what they're doing. We know exactly. So this meant of my god. They're just such liars. They're such unbelievable liars. Meanwhile this administration was recognized as far as our allies. Go right so if you're an ally of the united states to feel super uncomfortable at this point. Why wouldn't you engage in the realpolitik of attempting to triangulate by by playing off the united states against for example china and russia. Why wouldn't you be attempting to reach out to other great powers for some semblance of support. Why wouldn't you become more of a free agent. See united states in order to have allies has to make commitments and has to fill those commitments. We have so far this decade. Abandon the kurds. Abandon the people of hong kong abandoned the dissidents in iran abandoned. The dissonance in cuba abandoned the entire country of afghanistan. We're about to abandon our allies. In taiwan so what exactly is the incentive for anyone to make a sacrifice in order to be an ally to the united states what is the incentive answer is there is no incentive and remember. This is the same administration that is currently attempting to for example legitimize in large measure. Israel's opponents right severe israel. Do you trust the you know if you're saudi. If you're the saudis do you trust the united states at this point to have your back. If things get harry why would you buy commas which has been which was treated by the entire media. Not as the provocateur and terrorist group that it is in the last israel hamas conflict but instead as sort of victimized power come celebrating the taliban takeover they issued a statement welcoming defeat of the american occupation in all afghan land and praising the taliban quote courageous leadership on his victory which was the combination of its long struggle over the past twenty years. Definitely people that we should force israel into negotiations with. Meanwhile there seems to be this idea out there by the administration that all this is going to make my more popular that in the end pulling out from afghanistan is going to create vast popularity. Here's the thing. The american people are congenitally isolationist. Americans are not particularly fond president who campaign on the basis of going into war. Going all the way back to world. War one woodrow wilson literally campaign to nineteen sixteen on the slogan. 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Give a fair very famous speech in two thousand nine percent decline is choice. You'll people will act as though the decline of the united states is inevitable. We actually have to make the active choice for decline. Joe biden has chosen decline his chosen he bloated cancerous social democracy ideas of europe for home and he has chosen the surrender. I caucus politics abroad. We are. We are a country and republic in decline in that decline is in fact a choice. We're not muscular in our own defense. We're not interested in our own interest. We've decided we were going to blow out the at home or spend more money than god or man has ever seen or created and we are going to destroy our own credibility on the world stage handed over to our enemies at the same time. We are watching self cannibalization of the american legacy in real time but the media are convinced that all this is fine for joe biden because of joe biden. Doesn't spend the money on guns over there. He can spend the money on butter here at home. Is the ideas nicole. Wallace is leading this ridiculous group of folks over at msnbc's not ninety. Five percents of americans agree with by really nicole do they. Ninety five percent of the american people will agree with everything he said. Ninety five percent of the press covering this white house will disagree and for an american president to finally be completely aligned with such an overwhelming majority of what the american people think about. Afghanistan is probably a tremendous relief to the american people. So this is what the media are going to turn to so again. I'm not gonna say the home. There's some more honest enough to know what is happening here. But the nicole wallace party wine here which eventually the american people are going to turn in favor of all this and be super happy about it. I have serious doubts right now. The polls show that joe biden has dropped below fifty percent for the first time in his entire presidency He is well below. Fifty percents actually his disapproval which started thirty. Five percent in february is now to forty six point one percent it turns out the american people are not fans of failure. Joe biden is an abject failure it how much of a failure is joe biden. According to jake's alvin the national security adviser joe biden in the process of this. Entire buckle has not spoken to a single foreign leader. Remember this is. This is the great diplomacy first president. This is the man who said on national tv just two days ago that he was pursuing diplomacy ties with our international allies. He has been in camp. David playing old atari games and watching matlock while eating ensure with a spoon well not calling any of our allies. According to excellent his not yet spoken with any other world leaders of myself sector lincoln Several other senior members of the team have been engaged on a regular basis with foreign counterparts. And we intend to do so in the coming days right now. The main issue is an operational issue. It's about how we coordinate with them to help them get their people out. We've not spoken any foreign leaders. By the way jen psaki was asked us to win is biden. Return to dc. Shows asked this yesterday said well. There's really no timetable. cause remember. He did his little press conference and then he just walked out and headed right back to vacation. The president will return to the white house. I don't have an exact time for you. But tomorrow he will both be Doing interview with george stephanopoulos for abc. And he will also where he will. Of course i'm certain a speaking to the situation the f. Ghanistan will also be delivering some remarks uncovered as well in terms of additional portions of the schedule next week. We're still working those three of so i don't have an update free at this moment in time So there is an update. Joe biden is headed back to the white house today. He is going to speak about kobe. Because very important to misdirect away from the complete surrender an abject humiliation of the united states in afghanistan. so he's gonna talk more about covert is rhonda santa's. I would assume well by the way quick note on that he trajectory for the delta airlines in florida and hawaii. They're identical as just in hawaii. Hawaii is totally mast. Hawaii has a full regimen. You have to. In order to get into hawaii you have to show that you've been vaccinated or you have to show negative. Pr within the last forty eight hours. And why is the exact same project is florida turns out. The delta varian is extremely transmissible. he blurred getting it it in about two santa's but by need some talking points to get people to stop talking about the fact that he's an incompetent buffoon even chuck. Todd who's normally administration cheerleader says. Yeah the veneer of competence. That's gone. I think the biggest political fallout from this competency. Joe biden's greatest strength against donald trump in the campaign was the idea that he's been around the block. He knows what he's doing. We're facing this crisis with cova. We need some basic competency back in government. No more chaos. He's lost the competency High marks that he was getting at one time. That's tough to get back So yeah that is It's not coming back. Nobody thinks he's competent. The only question for democrats is whether they think the people around him are competent. This is the question for a lot of people on the republican side. When trump was president there are a lot of people who like trump is incompetent. And a lot of us would say okay. well whatever. Trump is tweeting today. The people around him are actually really competent. Look at the policy. Look at the policy. Don't look at the tweets. Look at the policy. Forget about the mean tweets for a second. Look at what he's actually doing it record prosperity. We had stability on the foreign On on the foreign front we were facing up to the problem of china. Were face to the problem of russia. We were cutting peace deals in the middle east. Forget about trump personally. Okay well. democrats don't have the ability to do this because the people around biden are also promoting the city. Arctic policy at biden is not. There is not been there for quite a while lights are on. But nobody's home. That attic is missing. A couple of boxes and the people around him are doing nothing. Facilitate actual competency in government represent himself molten democrat from massachusetts. Who actually is a former military member. Even he was ripping on the president of the united states yesterday. Msnbc with a number of people we need to get out and the number of days that we had before you as troop withdrawal is complete. They should have been conducting this evacuation for months. I this is the first question. I asked cherry austin. A win came before the house armed services committee just two months ago. I said mister secretary. Why have you not already begun. This evacuation all the scenes of total chaos. That we saw play out on the tv. Yesterday could have been avoided if the administration had planned for this man. Correct correct full disclosure. I know represented molten on this sort of stuff terrific. He is correct on this. This is this is. It's an act of pure insanity. What has happened here. By the way how delusional does the united states remain so ambassador linda. Thomas greenfield was asked on cnn by wolf blitzer about the taliban violating people's rights. Her answer was in no uncertain terms. United nations would be putting through quote a. Very strongly worded statement from the security council that we expect talmon respect women's rights end to be respectful of humanitarian law. Well i mean guess case closed. Were done here. The biden administration and our allies. our allies On the un security council like china and russia definitely that yeah that strongly-worded statement to a bunch of eighth century barbarians or literally wielding whips. I can you not is according to cnn reporter klis clarice award there wielding whips at the airport to smack any afghan attempting to leave the country and escape thereby barrack rule if we issue a strongly very strongly worded statements as ambassador linda. Thomas greenfield at the un. If we do that definitely it will stop doing what they have been doing. Because after all they're not eighth century barbarians. We just handed billions of dollars in sophisticated military hardware and an entire country. Then it'll be fine guys. be near. The competence is here. The adults are back in charge. Pell refreshing remember. We were told all this january. Oh the adults are back. Isn't it nice to have competent governance again. Isn't it nice weird. That went went in terrible incompetent. Orange man was there. None of this was happening. Remember that yeah. Oh you guys were doing was whining about. How how he was tweeting. And with and now we've got this now you've got this gay but here's the thing. Many on the left are satisfied with this because in the end their agenda is not about american security. Their agenda is not about strengthening the united states for many on the left. They're happy that we are redirecting. All of our focus from enemies abroad to enemies within. This is a serious serious problem. There are a lot of people on the left who are far more concerned with the enemies within and with the enemies abroad this is why you saw the spectacle of general mark milley of the joint chiefs of staff saying to congress that he was deeply deeply concerned about the roots of white rage. She had to have his soldiers. Laura they'd read it next candy to learn about critical race theory and the roots of white rage. We definitely needed that. we needed. Lloyd austin you secretary of defense talking about how we needed to diversify the military. This was a key priority. The woke -cation of the military. This was this was key not actually winning wars. La who's gonna get fired for this anybody. Buehler buehler nausea fired for this. If you're this incompetent your job you'd be fired. Forthwith like within seconds then these these jackasses have made a mockery like an absolute mockery of the sacrifices of the brave men and women of the american armed services who sacrificed in many cases in thousands of cases their lives in tens of thousands of cases their body parts their livelihoods their mental health in order to establish american security on the ground in afghanistan and provides base to fight terrorism from and yes to add to the humanitarian values. That were in afghanistan right. Those people have been abjectly betrayed by this administration. I'm getting letters from all day long. Why several days and this administration they're focusing on what really mattered. And that was the threat of white supremacy within that was the threat of domestic terrorism in the united states gender so the the there are bad people in the united states they exist but the incredible conflation like the left knows what's happening here. They do the hard left understand and what they've just done as humiliate themselves globally really humiliate themselves. That's what that's what this represents. And so they have to come up with an alternative narrative and the alternative narrative is that the taliban. Yeah they're bad but we've got bad people here to. The taliban are really bad. But you know what we have. An american taliban we need to fight we need to bring those soldiers home not to as so many on the right seem to think send them to the border or redeploy them to the south china. Say no the left would like to bring everybody home. Focus all of our resources internally and this is also truth our moral capital. They used to be the united states exported. It's moral capital where we had all this moral capital. We were the most free country most powerful country in in the history of the world in the history of the world the most tolerant and diverse country in the history of the world by the way also and we were exporting that moral capital abroad sometimes to great effect sometimes to no effect sometimes to help build nascent democracy in places like iraq and yes at the beginning afghanistan. Or maybe we were doing and unsuccessfully in afghanistan but successfully in germany in the united states has a long history of exporting our moral capital elsewhere but now because the left has decided we have no moral capital instead. We have to take all of our recent we have to. We have to stop interfering in world affairs. We have to let our enemies take advantage of the vacuum that we create. We have to focus all of our moral resources at home. We have to rebuild our moral capital and rebuilding that moral capital starts at home. If to make sure that all of our public school students learn about their white privilege. We have to ensure that america sees its dire history of racism. Sexism bigotry and homophobia we have to rebuild morally speaking and that means taking on the real enemy. The real enemy is not tens of thousands of miles away. The real enemy is not afghanistan. The real enemy is not terrorists. China the real enemy is here within. That's the enemy that we have to fight. According to members of the hard left so you have the specter of. Stephen colbert is unbelievable. Likening trump voters to the taliban. This happened two nights ago. American troops cannot and should not be fighting in a war and dine in a war that afghan forces do not willing to fight for themselves. He's right we've had troops there for twenty years. They fought they sacrificed. Their families sacrificed so that we wouldn't have terrorist attack in america planned in a foreign country. Why should our soldiers be fighting radicals in a civil war afghantistan. We've got our own on capitol hill. We've got her own on capitol hill. You see the people who were outside the capitol. Now's what that picture was. People were outside the capitol building on january six. They're the same as the american taliban there the the are just the same thing. You're the same. Oh are they now fascinating so if that were the case then and and by the way. That's that's what he wants right. The idea is that we have to redeploy. The american military against people who disagree with stephen colbert. That's that's an. It's an unbelievable statement right there. Hey by the way. Even in that statement he acknowledges why we were supposed to remain in afghanistan to fight terrorism. Because guess what at threat has not ended. And now it's going to be reconstituted in afghanistan but that's a side point for the radical left. The enemy is not the taliban those are people who are very far away engaged in a civil war. The enemy is you enemy people who think like you. Who disagree with stephen colbert. He doesn't mean that we need the american military they're to put down actual violent action only at the capitol building no far from the left conflicts. All those people you see the left is not interested in separating off the people who engage in violent activity and who were duly arrested at the capitol building. The left believes that everyone who's outside. The capitol is james everybody who actually violated the wall. They believe who voted for donald. Trump is the same as the people outside the capitol at this is what the left does we violent terrorists in the united. By the way you know what happened with their you know how many people were actually murdered on that day. It the answer is that no actual people were murdered on. That's the only person who was actually killed on that day. As inactivity killed on that day was actually babbitt. Who's one of the protesters run of the rioters. Rachel engaging from electricity. That's the and the entire place was cleared within three hours and the and the government. So if that's a lot like the taliban is because you're crazy person is because you're out of your damned mind there's also there are also gradations of people. Doing bad things and believing terrible. Things hit the people who invaded the capitol building in the belief that the election was illegitimate are not remotely on the level of human beings in afghanistan who wished to crowd women back into basements. Keep them there a sex slaves for decades on end. Make sure they can't go to school. Make sure that everybody lives under the most brutal and violent form of sharia law like you. Can we make any sort of gradations here. Can we say that. Even if we think that the january six riots were an active evil. that is a different level of evil. Then people were literally living in stone age barbarism and murdering people in order to ensure that donate barbarism rules. Are there no gradations here at all. According to lutherans and in fact the people in the united states to this are much more dangerous than the taliban there much major. Like 'cause nine eleven ever happened. You say nine eleven was a figment of your imagination. Nine eleven in fact what happened on january. Sixth is worse than nine. Eleven in the minds of the left because it came from here even though it resulted again in no murders that that that is not to downplay the evil of that but but to the comparison to nine eleven and tell is idiotic but to left is worse. It's worse than nine eleven. Nine eleven basically never happened according to the left so we don't have to worry about threats abroad anymore. Those are done according to even colbert. The real threat is you. The real threat is people who think like you it by the way if you don't think that they are conflicting everybody if you think the colbert just talking about the riders wrong malcolm nance who you'll recall. I debated on on bill maher. I pointed out. The malcolm nance has really really nasty habit of conflicting the people who engaged in criminal activity on january sixth with everyone who voted for trump. Now malcolm nance has a new theory. His theories that trump voters everywhere are going to engage an actual violence of war. Which would explain why we need to pull out from afghanistan to activate against those people. Here's malcolm nance doing what he does. Most often which is claim that he has inside intelligence information suggesting that a massive civil wars about to break out in the united states led by trump these guys view themselves as this fanciful group of patriotic freedom fighters. The second coming of the sons of liberty and there are many of them who are preparing for civil war right now all the shame that we tried to give them after january six. That's gone there are many of them right now. That are ready to fight. And we're seeing politicians in the state houses and the capital. Who are actually pushing them. Subliminally to fight this dole. Tish here's what he had to say right before that quote. The republican party is more like shift fine and the relationship between shin. Find the irish nationalist party in the irish republican army provisional irish republican army terrorist group who call themselves freedom fighters insurgents and had americans american congressman sending the money to buy you know heavy machine-guns is it. The idea here and from the left increasingly is that the taliban are not bad right the release. They're not really a threat. Maybe they're not great but really should be worry about them. The real threat is everyone. Who voted republican. Everyone who voted trump. Those people are the real threat. Those are the people we deeply have to worry about. Michael moore made this absolutely clear. So michael moore is is a complete buffoon. He tweeted out. There taliban are taliban. Everybody's got a taliban at their best. When they confiscate the halls of power and then he tweeted a picture of the taliban sitting at the seat of the national government and then the buffoonish idiots who invaded the capitol building on january sixth You will note that the people in the upper picture the taliban they're going to murder probably tens of thousands of human beings they're also going to retain this dictatorship until presumably the time and the people at the bottom are bunch of clods in buffalo hats goo were cleared out of the capitol interested within three hours. Those are not comparable as remotely comparable but if you can draw. The peril left has been doing this for twenty years by the way. But now it's really kicked into high gear since trump if you can draw. The parallel between enemies broaden enemies. At home you can treat enemies at home as treated enemies abroad. This is dangerous stuff. This is dangerous stuff because for members of the radical left increasingly. The mainstream left if the idea. Is we rebuild. Moral capital by destroying the enemy's here at home is how tyranny happens is authoritarianism happens if you are justified in reading. I mean after all we. We literally fought the taliban. We unleashed the drones on them. We've probably kill tens of thousands of members of the taliban over the years. If if there's an equivalent group in the united states to the taliban we would have to treat them like we treated the taliban would we not members left are eager and happy about that of the hard left if that sentiment grows that that release a threat to the future of the country on lebron's w have many threats the future of the country. We have the radicals on the left. Who think that everybody who disagrees with them. As the american taliban must be thoroughly destroyed we have a group of people left to believe that government ought to rule all of our lives on the basis of the slimmest and finished of reads like at this point the cova pandemic. if people left who believed that the pathway back to american moral capital is to completely destroy the american economic system by burdening it with greatest spending binge in the history of of anything and to destroy america's credibility on the foreign stage decline is choice. The left is choosing it already. We'll be back later today with for an additional our content. In the meantime go check out the michael knowles show on today's episode. Michael will be talking about lizards complain over fat phobia episodes available right now. I'm ben shapiro. This is the ben shapiro. Show if you enjoyed this episode. don't forget to subscribe. 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The Spygate Lies Are Unraveling # 1041

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The Spygate Lies Are Unraveling # 1041

"Get ready to hear the truth about america on a show. That's not immune to the facts with your host. Dan bongino on gino. Dan bongino show roadshow today. Thank you to everyone who tuned in yesterday. I'm up here in new york. Doing the five i appreciate everyone who tuned into the five israel beyond today friday again on the five co hosting the show and i'll be in for hannity tonight as well nine p._m. On fox deeply deeply appreciate much love out up there to the audience all your support. You always make us number one more on there so thanks a lot <hes> listen folks. This is a huge news day. I'm sure a lot of view tune into hannity last night. I was a guest last night as well and you found out about the bruce or three o two's coming out. What does this mean. What does this mean for all of us. It basically means that bruce soar was a senior level d._o._j. Official whose wife was working for the company higher by hillary clinton to sabotage donald trump his interviews with the f._b._i. The notes the three zero two's which is the numerical designation of interview summaries were released yesterday and there is some absolutely damning information. I promise you is going to blow your darn. Orange socks off today. Stay tuned got a lot of screen shots and videos to throw in here and stuff. It's going to get very very very deep in the weeds but it's going to blow your minds. The craziest spy. I story ever told <hes> today show first off brought to you by our buddies at my patriot supply my patriot supply. This ladies and gentlemen has a lot going on right now. We've seen all this unrest all this this craziness out there of course we're involved in the middle of storm season especially down. Ryan in florida has some crazy weather up here blackouts up in new york where i am today folks. You have to be prepared. You ensure everything in your lives. It matters think about it right. Mature your health. 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Pick up your four-week emergency food. You don't be caught in the middle of an emergency situation with no food for you or your family big mistake all right ladies and jemma emma. Let's get right to it so the three zero choose released last night and again assuring you that you have not been wasting your time here. The movie script theory looks to be correct. What is the movie script theory. I was on fox and friends this morning. I address this. I found it quite odd me. A couple of my sources that i've been dealing with that that the dossier prepared to attack the trump team prepared by people hired by hillary clinton resembles this article you'll see on the screen from the wall street journal now. I want you to notice something something about this wall street journal article the wall street journal article. There was written in two thousand seven. What is it house. Soviets helped how it how lobbyists help ex-soviets soviets were washington. Look at the author ladies and gentlemen look at the date glenn simpson and his wife mary jacoby april seventeen two thousand seven two thousand seven twelve twelve years ago. This piece was written. I referred to this piece often because it is staggering the overlap between the information the content in this wall street journal article and the dossier and by content. I mean the names that appear in the article or some of the same names appear in the steel information and the dossier some of the same names in that article are some of the same people who appeared targeted by bob muller andy mccabe and the f. b. I. crew folks what happened here and what we now have additional evidence. I'm telling you is true is that the clinton team was shopping around for a movie script in other words. They had a stick donald trump as the enemy in a movie that was already pre prepared. Why did they need the movie script. You may say i don't get it. Why do you keep using this movie script analogy because ladies and gentlemen. They're trying to frame donald trump for a crime. He didn't commit so what better way to do it than to go to a pre-prepared haired crime movie script. Hey let's write this story about robbing a bank and let's just say trump. Did it and let's use this guy simpson. Who already has this movie script. Already has this information. Let's use him in his company to prepare this information and then let's put a face on what makes the information look legitimate because remember a movie script isn't going to be credible people. I think it's a movie. It's only going to be critical critical. Excuse me up credible if they think it's based on a true story now when i said we have more information i want you to look at this so last night the three oh to get released i was going through him. Last night. Got some great information for you here. A couple screen shots that are key here screen shot number one and i want to compare this to the movie script again to show you how they just stuck donald trump's name in a bad guy in a story they wrote twelve years ago because the story is totally made up and then they put a face sonnet. Let me wait before he gets to that. I don't mean bounce around but this is really important. You get this. They had nothing on trump so they go and stick him in as a bad guy in this movie they wrote two thousand seven but in order for the movie script does seem legitimate. They have to put a face on it the face they put on it is christopher steele. Why because that's why it's called the steele dossier uncle the simpson dossier even though the simpsons information steal had already worked with the f._b._i. He had been a credible source in in the past and the soccer case the fee for corruption case the by the international body that governs soccer so christopher steele was credible director producer actor he gave the project bona fides pudding steals name on the dossier folks. It's not steals information. I wanna show you how this happened and i say that because because we now know according to choose last night that nellie or put bruce moore's wife who's also working from fusion g._p._s. in which steel that nellie or put together a dossier ourself on paul manafort. I can almost guarantee you nellie or had significant input into these three. Oh to this information and the steele dossier as well you might as well have called it the or simpson dossier okay going back to screen shot one from the ore three or twos last night because this is devastating. Check this out. Read it off my screen here or met in washington dc in late september possibly close to the time when the who's newark news article was published on september twenty third two thousand sixteen during that meeting redacted advise the alpher server in the u._s. Is a link to the trump campaign and sergei millions russian-american organization in the u._s. Used the alpha server <hes> two weeks ago now. I'm going to get to the second part of me. Keep that keep that handy palma come back a minute so alpha-bank here. We go again with alpha alpha offer. Is this company. This conglomerate in the in in russia alpha is a major major player and again. What's alleged to be the steele dossier but what i'm telling you is the simpson or dossier steals faces on it only because he was a credible source in the pet. This makes sense paul as the audience ombudsmen now. You have to take joe spot because we weren't roadshows. I can't use policies. It makes sense steals faces on the information. It is not his information. It is simpson's. Check it out if you would go to the first screen shot from the movie scripts the wall street journal movie scripts so alfa bank's paying a key role in what bruce sore so you understand what you just read. These are bruce or interviewing wing with the f._b._i. These are the notes that you just saw that where bruce oars say no christopher steele told me this thing about alpha-bank and something about balfour bank that alpha-bank all look. We're l. all look at this. Look where al for appears again here's a snippet from the wall street journal piece in two thousand seven written by who christopher steele no no no written by glenn simpson but i thought it was the steele dossier here we go. We ended raymond. A powerful member of russia's cabinet and close ally of putin uses a washington public relations consoled bob remain is under federal investigation in the u._s. Over money laundering is locked in a high-stakes battle with moscow conglomerate alpha for control of a russian telecommunications communications empire alpha has paid barbour griffith and rogers are lobbying firm co founded by mississippi governor haley barbour nearly two million and lobbying fees you you get it you dig. You may say so what you got alpha-bank this character repeating eating in the movie script and then appearing again in steel member. Air quotes steals information. There's more folks there's manafort. There's there's i wish a whole bunch of people who appear in this two thousand seven piece that reappear later in this investigation against donald trump despite fight having little to no connection with the exception of manafort to the trump team at all they desperately needed a way to collect a to connect <music> alpha who they wrote about glenn simpson in two thousand seven this this russian conglomerate that was involved in an influence operation in the united states. They needed it to connect alpha to donald trump because alpha's part of the movie script so what do they do steel as you saw if you can pull up again that or three oh due to the original one steal tells broussard listen alpha's got this communication server in trump tower ladies and gentlemen. This story has been debunked six different ways from sunday the alpha-bank serve it was it was like a spam mail connection nothing to do with trump a secret back channel alpha at all but here we go against the oh telling or or or telling the f._b._i. That during that meeting if is the alpha serve in the u._s. is a link to the trump campaign ladies and gentlemen it has been debunked over over and over and over again that alpha-bank story is garbage even the anti trump managers at the f._b._i. Hated the guy said that the alpha-bank service story is nonsense. Nonsenses were spam email sent everywhere. It was no illicit connection. The illicit connection was glenn simpson and christopher steele as a face jason this information trying to connect previous actors in the two thousand seven movie scripts to donald trump today. All there's a server in trump tower and alpha-bank sent an email so so what they could have sent a spam email that anybody's you're colluding with the russians folks. This is a scam. The movie script theory is true all right <hes> back two or three or to the original one. There's another important point. I've got a bunch to go to here. We're gonna bounce around a little bit but it's supporting the second part of this is critical to the f._b._i. Multiple points storing the fis of war on all the original fis a warrant to spy on the trump team and the three additional recertification say they applied for they clearly put the footnotes. They had no quote no derogatory information about steel. Why is this important to keep this up. If you know my this is important because steel is the face of simpson and ors information. It's not steals info it is clearly information. Simpson is already known own about as far back as two thousand seven movie script. Steele's credibility cannot be assailed steel has to be that guy steele has to be the guy the unassailable credibility ability. He has to be the guy that was the prior f._b._i. Source and they can't possess derogatory information which is fascinating because if you look at the second part of this interview they did with bruce or the f._b._i. It's pretty clear. They said they had no derogatory information. They clearly did let me read this interview bruce wars by the f._b._i. November twenty second two thousand sixteen steele was quote desperate that donald trump not get elected was passionate about him not being the president or believes redacted at a steel theo wanted to blunt or foil the kremlin's plans simpson and redacted could've met with yahoo where michael isikoff jointly but or does not know if they did or providing copies of not took after the meeting eating with redacted which are enclosed as attachments with let me get this straight the bureau raised their right hand and swore swore in court court documents that this information was true in the court document and in the court document they filed with the fis accords clearly laid out a footnote saying they possessed no derogatory information about steel theo despite the fact that or had told them in a written three oh to that steals intentions were not intelligence gathering steals intentions were political ladies and gentlemen. You realize what a bombshell this is again. The word bombshell is overused but it's only less bomb shelley because this case is so horrendous that even big bombshells get lost in the nuclear blast and the fact that the united states government spied on a presidential candidate and the president of the united states donald trump understand understand what you're being told there the f._b._i. Went to court to swear on a warrant to spy any presidential campaign team and the president of the united states through the to hop real they did it said they possess no derogatory information about a source they were well aware was likely not the source of the information and then not only lied about the source and not being the source but lied about the sources credibility credibility because the source told me wasn't gauged in intelligence gathering that it was a political operation. The focus is just staggering staggering stuff. Let me put up. The second screen shot from the ore. Three hundred tons ends of these many gets or more of them on monday. Please don't listen to the show again. Sorry about the visuals on the the road show but i don't want to miss these video shows in the ability to interact with you and all of these screen shots at helps on on the video program youtube dot com slash bongino. Let's put up the second screen shot. This is important from your three. O two's there's some more critical information here because you're going to see again names uh-huh and and and and theories creeping up in both the movie script he's and in these screen shots again this is from the interview bruce or on december twelve twenty sixteen eighteen member wars interviewed over a six month period november to the following year by the f._b._i. These are the notes we now see last night. According to simpson much which of his collection about the trump campaign ties to russia comes from and it's redacted simpson does not know his name so that's redacted a former trump campaign official possibly rick wilson. I think they got the name wrong was talking about some of trump's ties to russia in the trump. Campaign tried to sue him for violating his and yet this is where this gets super interesting ancient gentlemen because it reinforces theory number two. I have had two two seven nine to always come through in the clutch. A russian and senator a mobster named torsion may be involved in running the central bank of russia portions name comes up in law enforcement organized crime circles as well known and famous famous spanish case sewing showing linkages russian organized crime torsion and the russian government torsion may of funneled russian money to the n._r._a. National rifle association to use in support of trump and n._r._a. A lawyer redacted found out about the money. Pipeline was very upset but the election was over by the time she learned of it folks. Why is this relevant. This is the number four official in the department of justice repeating a debunked conspiracy theory ladies and gentlemen. The lawyer they're talking about is clearly fairly clean a mitchell who was a lawyer for the n._r._a. Who has under no uncertain terms said she was not upset about it. She had no idea what they were even talking about. Show that again when they're talking about cleaning mitchell this debunked conspiracy theory that the n._r._a. Lawyer was worried about russian money coming into the n._r._a. Ladies and gentlemen it was not true. This debunk bunk nonsense conspiracy theory. No one at the n._r._a. Has been charged with laundering money for the russians. Nobody i used to work at in our a._t._v. Don't work there anymore. It's disclosure. It's just it's it's beyond. It has nothing to do with alum covering this at all. The n._r._a. Was involved in a russian money laundering scandal. I'd be the first to talk about it right now the lawyer here listen and in our a lawyer redacted. I'm telling you the name it's cleaner mitchell found out about the money pipeline which doesn't exist by the way it's a fairy tale and was very upset but the election was over by the time she learned to bitch she has one thousand percent debunked this nonsense conspiracy theory. Why am i telling you this. Why is this relevant now because folks theory number one i've had which is looking absolutely confirmed by the day that this was a movie script. A movie script from the start is apparently now correct which i never ready doubt and and folks please please pick up my second book. Please exonerate. I put a lot of work until i'm not showing anything for you. Wanna buy at five hundred ninety money. I get it. It's not it's not that expensive. I put a lot of work into this is all in there. The movie script theory in my second book exonerates available now be out in a few weeks. <hes> exonerates available elbow on amazon barnes and noble in us will pick it up. You'll be stunned and what's in there. They tried this before. Why is this for import because theory number two is that bob muller's entire job and the d._o._j. Not just bob mueller from day. One was never to investigate russian collusion ever ever bob muller's entire job entire job was to lend credibility and put meat on the bone of what he knew was debunked dossier. How would you do that if you were investigating ladies and gentlemen put your f._b._i. Secret service d._a. Shoes on for a minute. Put your legal shoes on if you're bob muller the d._o._j. In your whole purpose to cover the d._o._j. And the f._b._i.'s butts knowing they used the bunk discredited movie script. How would you save their reputation nation. Think about it you would save their reputation by going out and arresting. The people involved in the dossier and the and the movie script even even if you're arresting. Those people on charges entirely unrelated to russian collusion. Why why would you do that because then you could go back later on bob muller the the d._o._j. Elsewhere and say well listen the d._o._j. In the f._b._i. Screwed up using fake dossier movie script from two thousand seven two spy in the present but look maria boutin of from the from with the n._r._a. Member the russian. They arrested with the red hair. Look we got her. She's russian. She clearly has russian connection and look this n._r._a. Thing and had to be real look. Mike flynn was definitely doing something wrong. I mean we arrested him for lying to the f._b._i. None of these people have been arrested for russian collusion now. I'm gonna get to muller for a little while to hamas and a little bit troubles while but i'm not done with the movie script yet so follow me. We have two takeaways here again number one. The movie script theory is right. It has been right from the start. My sources nailed this from day. One this whole thing was based on a two thousand seven movie script otherwise known as wall street journal article written by glenn simpson they simply simply tried to connect it to trump and made all of these ridiculous assertions second muller was not investigating collusion from the start he was trying to investigate gayton arrest people involved in the movie script to make the movie script appear legitimate and to give the f._b._i. And d._o._j. An excuse me screwed up on the dossier but look they were really bad guys winking or not. I've got more from the movie script. <hes> don't go anywhere legem today. Show also brought to you by a buddies at brickhouse nutrition brickhouse nutrition the finest nutrition supplements on the market. I kid you not they are my original original sponsor at love brickhouse nutrition. Their products are absolutely fantastic. The best product product. 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Let me show you something from the movie movie script again. We're talking about the same characters movie script analogy works these people who appear in the two thousand seven article appear later connected to donald trump and this collusion investigation although they're not involved with donald trump or the collision investigation at all we do back there. My daughter actually creeping up on me to marry. You wanna say hello sailor. You look at our yeah. Come here sale show. This is what my daughter looks like what you check them out say hi hey my daughter auto all right. Let patty finish. The showdown roadshows folks. We're not gonna miss out on the opportunity to get your subgroup cotton initiate. She's creep it on. Look at the the paula put up the global options peace of mind from the movie script here again back to the two thousand seven wall street journal or i'm going to read this from and i want you to pay special attention to the names that keep creeping up again and again and again here we go global ops worked with former soviet soviet businessmen in the past again. This is from the two thousand seventeen glenn simpson piece in two thousand four mister livingstone said lobbyists at barbara griffith introduced global options to a cypress based firm called all high rock holdings iraq is controlled by dimitrio furred tash. Oh gosh i've heard that name before ukrainian businessmen who acknowledges the company's company's major shareholders once included mr mugabe mogollon rich's wife sorry about the name in two thousand three to two thousand five mr for tash brokered several several billion dollar deals between gazprom and the government of ukraine netted big profits for high rock and criticism from the u._s. Ambassador to the ukraine <hes> at the time for the deals lack of transparency now don't worry about the fine details of what that saying what they're basically saying that this guy dimitry oh for tash ukrainian indian connected individual there that he's involved in some lobbying efforts in the united states to influence people ladies and gentlemen again. This is two thousand and seven this articles articles written well. I saw fascinating piece by our buddy. John solomon at the hill creeped out yesterday and these names ladies and gentlemen keep creeping up again in the muller probe and these influence operations. Let's check out this john solomon piece at the hill <hes>. This is just fascinates. Why why always tell you remember the names so glenn simpson's very concerned about demitrio for two thousand seven twelve years ago in the same movie movie script they used to attack donald trump and as we can see in solomon's piece again. It'll be in the show notes today. Here's the title george soros. There's his name creeping up again. Seek george source the secret two thousand sixteen access to state the state department exposes big money hypocrisy of democrats john solomon august seven twenty nineteen so follow me. Here's what i told you that shows can be a little complicated but well well worth your time so back in two thousand seven glenn simpson who in just a few years ago was paid by hillary clinton to fabricate this story about donald trump being evolved in russian collusion goes right to his two thousand seven movie script again in that two thousand seven movie script. He writes about this guy dimitry. Oh for tash who he believes is involved in trying to influence u. Politicians what does that have to do with george soros trying trying to influence u. S. politicians well for those of you. Don't know who george soros is. <hes> is a very wealthy donor. He's liberal and he donates millions. If not hundreds hundreds of millions over the years to liberal causes george soros is name creeps up and a lot of these activists type organizations has money is filtered through the democrat party. He has been involved as an influence peddler in the united states for a very long time now nothing wrong. I'm not alleging. He's done anything illegal. There are republican donors as well l. but what i find interesting in this john salman piece if you don't mind going into this portion of the pieces look the names. It's amazing how the script players. The actors in the two thousand hasn't seven movie script. Just keep appearing today so george soros according to solomon's peace had unusual access to the state department who we now know the state department was a the central figure kathleen catholic jonathan winer and others. They were relaying steals information to the f._b._i. Too and the state department so keep this up so george soros liberal donor john solomon legis has very deep detail context with the state department working with soros about some foreign overseas activities. Listen to this quoting the salomon element piece pay attention to the names ladies and gentlemen. This is going to knock your socks right off. Likewise soros set out a bold vision in an internal two thousand fourteen memo for his open society foundation to help root out corruption in ukraine. Remember ukraine folks the same government that was helping lock-up. <hes> a gap paul paul manafort investigated instigated remember that we already know that 'cause nellie already admitted they were looking to build a civil society after the might on revolution ousted the country's russian friendly president the the talking about sources citing foundation worked with d._o._j. Officials to leverage the so-called kleptocracy initiative to fight corruption. The initiative enabled d._o._j. Prosecutors seek asset forfeitures from farner suspected of corruption even if the crimes technically occur on u._s. Soil such initiatives are noble imprisonable no but new cranes some targets had political and business implications as well listen to this gem ski check. This went out for example one d._o._j. Investigation in two thousand fourteen targeted ukrainian oligarch dmitry affair tash all wow here we go another player in the dossier in the movie script is named creeps up again all when he just happens to be the guy who had significant business interests which richard soros in europe and rival plans to build ukraine so in other words hold on this up there so in other words dimitrios furnishes a rival of a big liberal mega donor who has intimate access to the state department that was intimately involved in passing steals information and simpson's information into the f._b._i. Nothing to see here ladies and gentlemen nothing to see it. All it goes on after for tasha's indictments soros business soros's businesses announced plans to invest one billion dollars in ukraine rain since then significant problems have arisen with the d._o._j.'s case against for <unk> efforts to extradite for to the u._s. for trial notably. The case was bs against for a tash. What have i been telling you from the start listen. I it's not about a it's really i'm not interested in like back patting myself on the back. I'm just interested in you. Pat yourself on the back because i don't want you to think the hours of show prep an investigation we put into the books in this show has been a waste of your time. I've been telling you from the start that this is a bigger story than donald trump. My original book was called spy gate not trump game because the obama administration juice of extra governmental figures as influence operation people to attack and combat bat political and economic enemies is long long predates donald trump so a liberal mega donor george soros coups political and economic archrival dimitrio for tash soros has access to the state department. The state department then goes goes uses is used to attack. Donald trump the same state department. That's feeding the information to the f._b._i. Also as far back as two thousand fourteen is investigating soros's economic rival in ukraine ukraine and by the way the same guy that appears in christopher simpson's movie script in two thousand seven that also appears in in steals information and the dossier type information. I attached you may say how to steal advertise reappear outside of this twenty fourteen investigation for tash is alleged edged to be some cut out for russians and elsewhere because he's friendly with paul. Manafort has some kind of business dealings. Paul manafort folks. I know this sounds complicated. It doesn't need to be what you need to understand is this. They took a movie script. They wrote twelve years ago with the same actors the same players and just replace the name of the movie with christopher steele rather than glenn simpson to make it appear that the information they were fabricating out of whole whole cloth the alpha-bank connection <hes> you know for for for tash being like some kind of trump carve out. All of this stuff is garbage it. It was made up none of it. None of it is true all right. I've got a couple of other quick takeaway. Let me just get through this fast. Because this is important we got good sponsors. Take care of the show they like to be here and talk to you got one more final sponsor and then i wanna fire through some other stuff including some troubling video m._s._n._b._c. losing their mind joe biden still lying nine and muller in a world of trouble finally taste show also brought to you by but he's at genucell genucel listen. We love genucel you look in the mirror. You see that turkey neck. You see fine lines. 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I wanna move on just two quick things <hes>. What's what what will get you. I think a little more on monday tuesday next week because i still have to go through all of them. It's a pretty lengthy document or spoke to them for six months and there's a lot of juicy information <hes> but one of the takeaways he's from. There's oars relationship strike that wars relationship would steal obviously was long was more prolonged than either or or steal headline on but steals relationship with the state department. Ladies and gentleman is a lot more detail than anybody wanted you to know. Christopher steele apparently was talking to the state department for a very long time now. Why is this critical because folks steel interviews with kathleen cavalier or the state department right before four. They signed the faisal. Warn the f._b._i. Signs the initial phase award and the information he gives to kathleen cavalier cannot possibly be true. Apparently he met with catholic multiple times in the relationship with the state department and other officials jonathan winer in victoria. Newman was a little bit more sophisticated than we thought moment matt here. We knew this from the star. We've been talking about this information laundering operation for a long time but folks he was laundering it through the state department while the state department was simultaneously amy sending memos to the f._b._i. Questioning steele's credibility. Why is that important. Remember that footnote. I told you about that appears. In these files awards there is no derogatory rogatory information about studio folks. The'll told kathleen cadillac. This operation was being run out of the <hes> russian consulate in miami. There is no russian consulate excellent miami. He told he told cavalier that he was getting information from two russian intel sources. I thought this was about investigating russian collusion folks. This is a big big story. The state department knew there were problems with steel one final take away from this. I wanna move onto a big problem with muller on this paul sperry piece folks. They were using christopher steele after the f. b. I. told us they already dismiss christopher steele. This is a big problem. Obviously this one does this is the easiest takeaway of all. They and i quote the f. b. I got rid of steel november or says they did and said he was quote not suitable for use because of leaks to the media and other things but folks. That's that's not possible if steele was still dealing with bruce ore who was giving the information joep janka the f._b._i. Well past november twenty sixteen so you can't be not suitable for us and then swear out three five awards three renewals and an original based on a source exclusively who you already deemed not suitable for use. This is going to be a big the big problem from the f._b._i. Going forward okay. Let's move onto the second piece. Real clear investigations <hes> excellent excellent piece by paul sperry over there. It'll be in the show. Notes is worth worth your time folks. Bob muller's in a world of trouble so remember the second takeaway from before the muller investigation from the start. The entire purpose of that best degation was to do one thing. The purpose of that investigation was to put meat on the bone of the fake movie scripts story and make the players players in that movie scripts story. The actors look like bad guys. Muller was never investigating indicating russian collusion now read. This real clear pieces titled muller tied to double deception. I in court than before congress. This guy is in a world of trouble folks. What happened happened in muller's indictment of these russian troll farms that were engaged in social media operations to to influence the election in the united united states muller gave a basically intimated in this muller report the muller uh when i call them all up at you you can. It's called the mullahs report obviously but it's an opinion pieces what it is muller hinted in this mother report that these russian troll roll farms were connected to the russian government following apollo. Stop me if this doesn't make sense because this is important. Muller had to make a connection between a formal government run influence operation the united states with russia and the trump team because he's there to make the trump team look bad even he couldn't establish a formal connection. You wanna make sure he writes. He wrote wrote about it to make sure make this russian influence. Operation look bigger than it really was so you had this girl farm that was basically setting up social media posts. They were russian in the united states to influence the election folks. The problem is there's no evidence. They were working for the russian government you only evidence we have now as it was some private russians that were engaged in some kind of social media. We don't know what their motivation was. May very well be in fact. They were working for the russian government. There's no evidence of that now but that's that's not what muller said in a mullah report well. What's the problem but folks. The people involved in that russian troll farm operation of already said we want to go to court. We think this is what we think. We're doing was perfectly legal not suggesting it is. I'm just suggesting they are presumed innocent like anyone else in our system. You're going to be charged in a u._s. Court you're presumed innocent. You have the right to defend yourself so you understand what i'm saying the mullahs report these russian trolls are working for the government. The russian these russian trolls calls were working for the russian government. Prove it in court so there was a hearing the other day in this case in muller is brought in front of judge dab dabney fridrik and and what happened well we now have those court documents and the judge told muller you darn well better clear this up because if you're gonna prejudice a jury by saying you have information they're connected to the russian government before the trial you better produce it ladies and gentlemen what happened the next day after we found out about these court documents the next next day muller comes out and gives that infamous press conference remember that in front of the blue backdrop. He gave the nine minute press conference on walk down. What did he say oh. Oh everybody in this case is presumed innocent. He makes no mention whatsoever of his allegations that these russians involved in the mullahs report were connected to the russian government. I really do that because the judge called his bs now you don't mind put up this transcript from real clear. This is congressman. Tom mcclintock a republican asking muller about just that keeping my moas under oath and won't listen to this dodge at the end. I'm going to read this. This is how muller dodges the question. She basically is. Hey listen it. Mcclinton mcclintock says to him you report famously links russian internet troll farms with the russian government yet at a hearing on may twenty twenty eighth in the concord management i._r._a. Prosecution that you initiate it. That's the troll farm company. The judge excoriated you and william bar who publicly recited muller's mentioned report for producing no evidence to support this claim. Why did you suggest russia was responsible for the troll farms. When in the court you've been unable to produce any the evidence to support it muller well. I'm not going to get into that any further than i already have folks muller's lying muller weisman and and the the hack alleged lawyers who put together this muller report basically fabricated this connection or if they have this connection evidence of it they have yet to show it to anybody else between the troll farms and the russian government muller gave that press conference the next day to cover his but in front of a judge that basically weekly ripped him a new one for going public on a case he had no evidence that he had produced no evidence to substantiate muller's in a world of trouble folks and again additional additional evidence that his only purpose was to save the reputation of the o._j. Make a connection between these russian troll forms and the government we can say collusion may not happen but the russians are really bad people they are. They don't like us but muller's job was to save the reputation of the d._o._j. Was not approve russian collusion all right moving on oh boy. This is really sick interview. <hes> m._s._n._b._c. red state. Has this piece up. It's interesting. I'll put it in the show today about how the media cross the line this week and the light due at red state. It's a really good piece worth your time but i i don't know if i didn't meet across the line a long time ago but i do agree with your assertion that there's really no turning back the people piece by bond. She called the media across the line. This week and there's no going back. Red state be up in the show. It's very good piece. Discusses situations like this in which we saw on m._s._n._b._c. this week which are so beyond disturbing. Here is a quick montage m._s._n._b._c. hits by malcolm nance who is <hes> interesting character to say the least and mika brzezinski and and what's joe morning joe scarborough joe scarborough just losing their minds m._s._n._b._c. check this out. This country has had several of these mass incidents but i think we're overdue for brevity style real massacre of the political nature and as cynthia said these people feel that they are the foot soldiers and executors of what the disenfranchisement that the white race is feeling and donald trump is giving them subliminal orders in their head. There are no different than the mobilized you know self starting radical self radicalized terrorists of isis here in the united states in europe who take cars and drive down streets and we're gonna talk about that a little bit yeah. There are a lot of things he can do but he you won't and so you have to ask the question show and i'll ask you. Isn't it okay to do that at this point. This is what he wants. Exc he is inciting hatred inciting violence inciting racism if he doesn't unequivocally call it off and say at this is wrong and we stand together against this and we are doing this this and this to help fight hate crime. I mean this is a president who it seems to want these things to happen. So did you get it to get them malcolm mansa. Let me just tell you about malcolm. Nasa came. My wife and i unfortunately met malcolm nance. It's at a political convention in california in a courtesy van. They given us back to the hotel. It's a political convention for people on both sides of the political aisle. I honestly no. I'm not being silly but i had no idea who he was. He just started talking on the bus <hes> and and i remember that conversation where he claimed to know how every black voter in the united states was gonna vote. He said he he speaks for black voters which i found interesting because i had no idea who this guy was really i didn't know he was an official representative of the black community. What shame on me for thinking that black voters are like every other voter and think for themselves. I mean what was i crazy. I'm he then. I'm not kidding. I asked him how he knew what every black voters going to think and he seemed puzzled by the the question. Why would dare question. This guy is not right. I just leave it he was he was so annoying on the bus. I think a couple of people turned up the volume in their earphones to shut him out now showing you how just the some of the stuff he says is just completely insane that first piece m._s._n._b._c.'s telling me brzezinski and joe lose their minds all talk. That's pretty typical but what stunning about this nance suggests that the president is using subliminal messages to communicate with white supremacists one the that whole line is ridiculous obviously but ladies and gentlemen have you ever known the president to speak subliminal subliminally about anything <hes> one thing about the president united states president donald trump. He does not speak in code. Okay donald trump just speaks and says whatever's on his mind the idea that he's a racist racist this absurd in and of itself nancy's the real idiot for saying that he's just making that up because he has nothing else to say. The guy is really. I'm telling you troubled guy but that the president speaks subliminally the middle east is frankly hysterical one of the dumbest thing you'll ever see on tv. I just wanted to put that out there because they're still losing their minds. Now that's going to lead into this next cut here speaking of the media not doing their job during this election cycle and feeding into this propaganda nonsense that trump is a racist here again is joe biden hat tip joe pollick by the way who confronts him on this joe pollick confronts joe biden finally on the charlottesville live. We discussed this on. Was it yesterday. Show it's important you check that out. The lie that the the president was referring to white supremacists when he said about the charlottesville. It's a and the <hes> the murder of heather higher that he was talking about good people on both assize it. He was referring to white supremacists. He did not say that so joe pollick confronts him and watch joe biden spineless character free corrupt up joe biden. He's got his own ukraine problems. We discussed often ukraine keeps creeping up in this amazing joe biden and his sons <hes> very questionable dealings in ukraine. He's got his own issues but here's joe biden repeating again doubling tripling quadrupling down on the lie that donald trump was calling white supremacist very fine. Peter phase bulged. It's not instead. He walked out. He said let's get this straight. You said there are very fine people in both groups. They're chanting anti semitic slogans carrying a you're right. I don't know what to tell. You folks the quote. Is there a transcript of donald trump's post charlottesville speech any sane person to reach now. I'm not suggesting radical. Liberals are saying are interested in saturday. I'm just suggesting if you're interested intrude. You may want to look at the transcript this we covered on yesterday show and that prager you video clip. You can see in whole and yesterday show notes. Donald trump clearly clearly says. I am not referring to these white supremacist. He quote completely condemns them. I don't know how completely condemning a group of people is calling them very fine people. The answer is it isn't but we're not dealing with rational people and joe biden is really shameful. Oh spineless of leech for doing this he really is it's really disgusting and he is doubling and tripling and folks again. I put this in the media block of the show and there's media pieces by m._s._n._b._c. because i'm asking just any entrepreneurial reporter out there to do their homework and show joe biden the transcript and highlighted. Ask him this anyone. Everybody be nice about it. We're not violent liberals. You know that the violent libs can do their own thing. We'll do this the right way. Show him a copy of the transcript highlight the i completely condemn them part. He's talking about the white supremacists they're highlighted and ask him if he thinks that transcripts fake ask him watch slimy aslan slimy little sleazy slimy you get the hand joe biden. Try to wiggle his way out of that all right last story of the day ladies and gentleman from forbes. You've been talking about this week. I just want to wrap up on the china situation because it's important and we did a pretty deep dive on <hes> thursday show about china. I warned warned you about china. That trump has amid a corner in china can talk tough all they want but when china loses those factories we see this forbes piece kenneth rosa senior contributor. They're more u._s. Companies seen leaving china after september a check this out. It'll be in the show notes. Today i said to you that china and the trade war against china the terrace because they're stealing our intellectual property. How in the short term there's going to be significant pain but long term we can rearrange our international trading relationship with a partner. That's become very repair acidic and not symbiotic. They're stealing our stuff folks. They're stealing our i._p. And they're engaged in extremely unfair trade practices on arran. I'm not a terrorist guy but sometimes as you have to get these blunt weapons. What's the problem as these tariffs increased the price of chinese goods important to the united states. These companies are not willing to pay the tariff araf anymore. These multinationals are taking their factories and pulling them out of china and putting them in vietnam putting them in mexico. Let me tell you something. Those factories are not going back there. The chinese are in a panic. They are being hollowed out right now exactly what they did to our manufacturing base. They are being hollowed out there's going to be you're gonna reach a point of no return soon. I'm telling on you. They're starting to panic you. Ladies and gentlemen there is simply no way they can continue this. Keep on the i know it hurts short term but keep the heat on and eventually they're going to break. They're trying to outlast the next election is not going to happen. It's not going to happen all right folks little bit of an abbreviated show today but this is a lot of good information. I will definitely be back with you on monday. I'm more on these bruce or three. Oh please tune into the five today five p._m. Eastern time on fox. I appreciate it and hannity show show tonight. At nine. P robbie guest hosting will be bringing it. Of course you will not be disappointed. Thanks for tuning in. I'll see you on monday. Good day sir. You just heard the dan kim bongino show you can also get dan's podcasts on itunes soundcloud and follow dan on twitter twenty four seven at dbongino.

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