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Fresh update on "mccullough" discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

00:41 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mccullough" discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Great great songs. Which one out of all of those do you think is the most rousing? They're all wonderful, but which one do you think is the most? I was indoctrinated from empathy to be team U.S. Navy. So anchors away, bob. First of all, it's always been the U.S. Air Force. That off we go into the wild blue yonder. I don't know why, but they are all great. What a great orchestra, which orchestra was led to that the post. You can you can afford to feel that way because you were not raised by chief, the chief in a U.S. Navy household. Stand up street salute. Now we're going to sing it. We'll post that up on our Facebook, so if you have family or friends who serve, you can give them a share. Coming up, comedian Julian McCullough, everyone needs a laugh. It's bob and cherry. Bob and sherry. Live tonight. At 7 p.m. eastern tonight. Live on the bobbin cherry Facebook page. It's time for everyone needs a laugh. Here is Julian McCullough. Hello, everybody. Living the dream, right? Telling jokes on TV, it was amazing that I'm able to do this because I'm from Philadelphia. Yeah. It's actually the meanest, most sarcastic city in the country. It's a good place to grow up as long as you don't have a dream you want to share with your friends or family. You're like, I think I want to be a writer when I grew up. They're like, oh my God, you should write a suicide note, you big loser. You're like, maybe I will, grandma. The turkey's dry this year. When you start out, you don't have any money. I used to get my hair cut at a barber school. I don't know if you guys know. What barber school is, Barbara school is when they don't know how to cut your hair. And you have $5. So it's a match made in heaven. So I'm in New York City, I'm broke. I see a sign that says haircuts 5 bucks. I go down this alley. And this Russian guy is cutting my hair, right? And he wants to make small talk, but he's Russian, and they're too intense for small talk. So the first thing out of his mouth, he's like, so what this life dream? And I'm like, it's probably safe to tell him he's not from villi. I go, comedy, and he goes, ah, tell me, joke. I don't think that's a good idea right now. You're holding something sharp and you're Russian. And he goes, I love to laugh. I go, all right, look, I'll tell you a joke, if you tell me a joke from Russia that I've never heard before. And he goes, okay, okay. But not as funny in translation. I go, it's okay. I'll figure it out. So he goes, okay, okay. Husband? Vox into Woods with wife. 20 may not later comes out of Woods, no wife. That's not a joke. There's no twist. That's just a murder. He goes, it's funnier than Russian. I go, I don't think it is dude. That's not even the scariest Russian I ever met. I used to quit drinking a lot. It didn't stick. So. One time, this Russian guy comes in to AA, and he's telling his story. This is what he says. I'm not changing anything, okay? He goes, I don't know. I come today because I wake up this morning and bathtub. Shower still on almost drowned on top. My mother, she wake me up. You almost drowned in tub. You need drinking. You're drinking Prado. You can't help. So here I am, I don't know. But I drink because I work for my Friends, and my Friends, the people they owe them the money, they don't pay. I have to go to the house to give them money from the people. They don't pay me. I have to do the things to the people to get the money. Afterwards, I feel bad for the things I do. So I drink to forget the things. It was the only time I'd ever been at an AA meeting where the entire room was like, dude, you can drink. That is the least of your problems. And you live with your mother, that sounds stressful. I'm actually, I could relate to that guy because I know how stressful it is to collect money from people that don't want to pay you. I had a paper route when I was 12. And if you don't know, if when you have a paper out, you have to go to every house that you deliver to to get your money, right? But you're 12. And it's really hard to scare people when you're 12, the threats are very different when you're 12 than when you're an adult hit man working for the Russian mafia. I remember I'm not going to door and be like, hi, sir. You owe me $6. And he'd be like, I don't have it. And I'd be like, oh, well, that's a really pretty wife you have. It'd be a shame if someone were to go home right now. And. He was like. They always paid. And you were up. Philadelphia, baby. It's Bobby sherry. If you've never listened to the bob and sherry off air podcast called the odd cast, you're going to want to listen to this one. It's about sherry's lost time. I'm going to tell you a story. A story that you're going to have a hard time believing, a story that I have been struggling almost my entire adult life to understand a story that will sound crazy and the only thing I can say is every word of it's true and how it happened. The bobbin cherry cast with sherry's lost time on the free bob and cherry app bob and sherry dot com or wherever you get your podcasts. Bob and sherry live tonight. At 7 p.m. eastern tonight, live on the bobbin cherry Facebook page. I wish I could show you some of the visuals of a post that I found. It was a 130 different examples of how people are different. There are two types of people in the world. There's this person and then there's that person. And the one that I think will translate here is an author by the name of Abby Jimenez. She says, my husband, the extrovert, and I, the introvert, got separated on our flight. We're both in middle seats in the same row. I've already apologized to the people sitting next to me like 7 times. My husband is sharing beef jerky with strangers, and I think he's now in somebody's wedding..

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Kevin McCullough on the Failure of Democrats' Abortion Legislation

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | Last week

Kevin McCullough on the Failure of Democrats' Abortion Legislation

"Tell us both triggered Thomas. When I saw. The Senate try to push forward this insane abortion law and fail, I thought this is pure politics. They're doing this because they know they're going to get destroyed in November. So they're trying to come across like we're the only hope we're doing everything we can to save you from the evil Republicans, something like that. Well, what's interesting about the failure of that vote was that it not only didn't meet the cloture standard, which I think they were required to have 60. And this is why Elizabeth Warren was all out of sorts when she was in the hallway with the hill afterwards saying, oh, it's time to do away with the filibuster. It didn't even get a majority of votes. So it failed 49 51, you had a couple of Democrats that sided with Republicans that swayed the difference there. And at the end of the day, we are still not a country that is eager to. We don't worship moloch here. We don't eat our children. This is not and it feels somewhat surreal saying that, Eric, but when you look at the insanity that the left has gone after our kids with, they hate children from the pre born stage to the infant formula shortage that is cropping up all over the place now where the USDA actually controls about 60% of the production of formula and it had this been the Trump administration and he had taken the same blueprint that he did with vaccines and said, let's go get a private public partnership and get formula made and get it out to the shelves so that babies are okay. They could have done that in there's a couple of factories in Michigan right now that are sitting still that have been lifeless since mid last year.

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Joe Manchin Will Oppose Bill That Would Codify Roe v. Wade

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | Last week

Joe Manchin Will Oppose Bill That Would Codify Roe v. Wade

"Mean, let me add just one other breaking news from today. Joe Manchin was pressed very hard yesterday on whether or not he would support the what they're calling the codification of roe V wade into federal law. It's this accessibility to abortion act or whatever it's called. And he had to call a press conference and come out and say, guys, this is not the codification of roe V wade. This is an expansion of abortion, roe V wade said you had a federal right to abortion. What this law wants to do is wipe out 500 state and local laws nationwide to basically force abortion availability via taxpayer dollars into every corner of the world that it's not currently at. And to your point, it's a zero sum game. If you give them a half an inch, they will take 6000 miles. And that's why we can't, we can't just sit back and say, it's okay for them to simply state their disagreement. No, every time that Jen Psaki has said stuff crazy in recent weeks from the press room, we've got to denounce it. We've got to call attention to it. We've got to say that is not true. We've got to force facts back into the conversation because these people do not have nerve endings that receive the normal receptor messages as to, oh, I shouldn't say that. It's blatantly not true. Well, they are, we're in a new world. And that's why people like Tim Keller and others who they're good people. But what they said 20 years ago, 15 years ago, the reason it no longer applies is because the world has changed and they refuse to see how dramatically things have changed so that they're anodyne platitudes, they no longer hold.

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We've Never Witnessed a Supreme Court Leak Like This Before

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:06 min | Last week

We've Never Witnessed a Supreme Court Leak Like This Before

"Kevin, we were just talking about the Supreme Court. And I just want to say, I never dreamt in my lifetime. I would see anything like this. I mean, the leak in the Supreme Court like this. Now, is this level of brazen illegal activity on the part of the left, which kind of proves that they don't trust the system. They don't value the system. They don't believe in their own ideas. They have to use force. They have to intimidate justices. I really think that this is, it is so ugly. And so amazing. But I think I hope Americans are waking up that if you do not fight this folks, you are to blame. We need to fight this. This is, you know, you would fight if Chinese troops came here or maybe you wouldn't. But if you wouldn't, then, you know, you don't deserve to live in a great country like this. This is Marxism. It's the end of law. It's the end of America. And it's on many, many levels. So Kevin, thanks for giving us some details. Well, I do hope this comes out that the ruling comes out soon.

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Kevin McCullough and Eric Discuss Lis Wiehl's New Book

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:52 sec | Last week

Kevin McCullough and Eric Discuss Lis Wiehl's New Book

"And an hour or two. We're talking to Liz wheel, you will remember her. I should say it's Lee's wheel from Fox News and she has written a book about the most, it's unspeakable. The most evil spy in modern history, a spy in plain sight, my friend Kevin McCullough who's going to be my guest for this hour is holding up a copy of the book. Well, Kevin. It's a great book. And Lisa is a great interview on it because her father was an FBI agent for all of her growing up years. And this was really the case that she takes apart in this book was really a fundamental failure of that system. And given what we've seen with current things like the elections in 2020 and so forth, there's some very interesting perspective that I'm sure you'll get out of her. So it should

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Were Any Supreme Court Justices in on the Abortion Draft Leak?

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Were Any Supreme Court Justices in on the Abortion Draft Leak?

"See, this is the question, Kevin. This is the question. Were any of the justices in on it? Will we find out in the investigation that, you know, this is plausible deniability. So to majora can't do it. But what if she said to a staffer? If you do it, I can just, you know, you can take one for the team here and we can save America. We're going to find out. And I think a scandal is going to come out of this. Like we have never seen.

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Kevin McCullough Wants to Settle One Last Thing...

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Kevin McCullough Wants to Settle One Last Thing...

"I just settle one last thing about the Trump thing? Yeah. With 2000 mules, and you know, I had my map in 2020. And I really thought my map was right. I thought that my map was going to be fairly close to the outcome. I'm not just happy about 2000 mules that it sets the record straight. But that the data shows what dinesh argues and I think demonstrates that it does. My map was right. He lives. But that's kind of the point is that I know that from you in particular, but from a number of places you said, this doesn't make sense. I mean, even before you look into it, you knew immediately, this is not making sense because there's all kinds of ways to track the way people are leaning and what's going on. It made no sense. And we all know that we went to bed thinking Trump won. We'll get the details in the morning and they wake up in the morning. You're like, they stopped the voting in all the swing states. What? They stopped counting and all the swing states. Who a coordinated that? Why did they do that? Why are they telling us we can't talk about it? Ladies and gentlemen, if you don't care about this, you don't deserve to live in a free in a wonderful country. You need to care whether votes are accurate or they're stolen or there's cheating. You've got to care. If you don't care about this, you should go to live in there's plenty of countries where there's all kinds of corruption. If you want to live in a country where when my old parents get in the car and wait in line to vote. And you don't care that people died so they could do that. They do that. And then people somebody just waves they hand some elites just way behind and say, you know what? Your parents can go to hell.

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"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Metaxas talk dot com, but please call right now 8 8 8 two 5 three three 5 22 8 8 8 two 5 three three 5 22 8 8 8 two 5 three three 5 22. Thank you. Hey there folks Eric my taxes here. I know you know how much I love Mike lindell and my pillow well. Mike lindell and my pillow right now are offering a bogo extravaganza bogo buy one get one. Bogo extravaganza on multiple my pillow products. Now is the time to join the millions of Americans who've changed the quality of their sleep with my pillow. Right now you get the buy one, get one free special, my pillow, bed sheets, Giza, elegance, my pillows, the 6 piece towel sets and the role and go anywhere my pillows just go to the radio listener specials page at my pillow dot com, use the promo code Eric. That's the radio listener specials page at my pillow dot com. Use the code Eric or call one 809 7 8 three O 5 7 one 809 7 8 zero 5 7 don't miss this incredible opportunity to buy one get one free on select product. You'll also receive Mike's book absolutely free. You won't believe it. It's amazing. 809 7 8 three O 5 7, where my pillow dot com used to go Derek. You can be what you folks are talking to our friend Kevin McCullough AKA both stra damus. Kevin McCullough. Hey, speaking of boats,.

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Kevin McCullough Describes the Ukraine Refugee Crisis

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Kevin McCullough Describes the Ukraine Refugee Crisis

"We've got a lot to talk about with our friend Kevin McCullough AKA both shadows. But Kevin, I want to talk to you about the horror in the Ukraine. There are 11 million refugees and you and I know that CSI is a great organization. They're helping the refugees. We are partnering with them. I'm telling people, please go to metaxas talk dot com. Please help the refugees. This is horrible stuff, folks. We need to do something. Well, Eric, just picture for you. And by the way, this is just another reason why people should be very fired up for the elections this year. Our foreign policy has turned into complete mush. And when there are when there are international crises taking place, we have taken the seat at the back of the bus, literally. We've said we don't want to be involved like Joe Biden, people, they're just absent these conversations. And when he does try to call people, they don't take his calls. Partly for this reason. But when you're talking about the Ukraine refugee crisis, 11 million displaced people and more than half of them now bleeding over into the NATO countries that border Ukraine. You're talking about the largest displacement of people since World War II. And we haven't seen anything like this in very, very long time. And the idea that there's all these different political pronouncements about Russia and Ukraine, all the rest of it. This is inarguable. The victims of this are largely mothers and children. Because the fathers put them on the train, sent them west. They stayed behind in mariupol and in Kyiv and in car cave. And those places to try to fight Putin off and to try to keep their home their home. So you've got from a biblical standpoint, Eric, when Jesus was asked, what does it mean to be truly your follower? And he said to feed widows and orphans, this is literally what that is. Not all the husbands and fathers have died. But functionally, these families don't have husbands and dads.

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Dr. McCullough: Body May Be Concealing Spike Proteins as an Antigen

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Dr. McCullough: Body May Be Concealing Spike Proteins as an Antigen

"Is where I'm having a hard time reconciling this is again a non medical professional like yourself If the research turns out to be accurate in vivo when we start getting say liver samples from people and starts to show the yes spike proteins are being pumped out for a longer term than anticipated Then how is it that the vaccines effectiveness is waning so poorly In other words if it's pumping out the spike proteins that are supposed to be recognized by our bodies as foreign invaders then we're producing antibodies and why is the vaccine You get what I'm saying like it's producing the spike proteins but it's not doing what it's supposed to do It doesn't seem to make sense It would seem to be zero sum here One would take away from the other That's a brilliant observation So your question is if we're being presented with this antigen all the time why don't we have these rock and rolling in them antibodies right Why do they trail off in a paper by Israel Israel is the first author They showed a 40% drop off per month of these antibodies after the vaccine It must be and I think Bruce Patterson is right on this It must be that the body is concealing the spike protein as an antigen because your white blood cells your monocytes and macrophages are trying to gobble up the spike protein So in a sense your sequestering away from antigenic presentation but yet you're stuck with this over time So let's hope that it's not a chronic stimulus for blood clots It's not a chronic stimulus for myocarditis or a heart inflammation that evolves over time or bleeding disorders like vaccine induced thrombocytopenic and let's hope that it's not a stimulus for cancer in the first cancer data was presented out of the Department of Defense epidemiological database demet And that was at the January 24th Senate hearings where it's just epidemiological but there has been a market increase in cancer among our service

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Dr. Peter McCullough: Spike Proteins by Vaccines Could Be an Issue

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Dr. Peter McCullough: Spike Proteins by Vaccines Could Be an Issue

"For a guy like me who's recently hopefully recovered from lymphoma I'm in remission now And my wife was an autoimmune disorder herself and lupus If that turns out to be the case and I understand some preliminary study you know you were very cautious in your approach to it as well But if it turns out that we are producing spike proteins long term What could that mean for people with autoimmune difficulties and people with various types of cancers blood cancers and immune system cancers I think it's going to be a matter of degree If it's one or two shots and it's echo cells and there isn't much passage to daughter cells this thing can in a sense burn itself out or be cleared out over time Bruce Patterson who leaves a company called Intel DX doing terrific work is formally professor at northwestern and Stanford He's actually shown in the respiratory illness that the spike protein is in the body a long time to end but up to 15 months in CD 16 positive monocytes And I did have him on my show and I asked him about what has he seen in vaccinated people And in fact he does have samples He's seen both the S one and the S two segment of the spike protein in humans after vaccination as long as he's observed them So for a month I asked him I said can you predict how long it's in the body He said probably over a year SARS CoV-2 the virus And then the spike protein installed in the body with vaccination It has a persistence in the body That's the reason why people feel bad There's a long COVID syndrome And I estimate is there any other infection that's similar to this He said yeah there is I said what is it He said Lyme disease Lyme disease does an install of the organism called borrelia bardia It takes forever to clear out lime That's the reason why people get this post lime syndrome So I think people who are immune deficient people with lymphoma they've had chemotherapy or radiation or they have other autoimmune illnesses This could be a

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Dr. Peter McCullough: The Consequences of New Technology, Pfizer Shot

The Dan Bongino Show

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Dr. Peter McCullough: The Consequences of New Technology, Pfizer Shot

"Does any other vaccine we're talking to doctor Peter McCullough Is any other vaccine do that lead to long-term chromosomal changes that you're aware of Or is this new technology the first one to your knowledge It's new technology and that's the consequences of using new technology in a widespread vaccine program is these things are not can not be assessed ahead of time in enough preclinical studies Now the respiratory illness itself has been shown and particularly in severe cases where there's prolonged exposure to have some reverse transcription We don't know what the implications are When you get a natural viral infection some of it can incorporate it in your own DNA It's called the Herve region And you may know this because if you get chickenpox the virus doesn't install and later on in life you can get shingles which is the varicella zoster virus coming back out the same thing is true with Epstein Barr virus You get a permanent install But with a vaccine there's just under no circumstances what we want to see evidence of a permanent install particularly on production of a protein which is

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Dr. Peter McCullough Explains Latest Study on Pfizer Vaccine

The Dan Bongino Show

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Dr. Peter McCullough Explains Latest Study on Pfizer Vaccine

"So doctor I read this study I saw it on your social media feed about the intracellular reverse transcription of the Pfizer COVID-19 mRNA vaccine Can you explain to us in layman's terms what this means it sounds to me like our bodies could be incentivized to produce this spike protein a lot longer than anticipated and if true that could cause a lot of complications And am I wrong That's true I mean the concerning new news on this is that lab in Sweden now has found the cell line that indeed a lot of this has to do with laboratory technique The cell line that has demonstrated the fact that the vaccines now in the cytoplasm in basically in the area where the messenger RNA should be transcribed in order to produce the spike protein that in fact it's there long enough for DNA to be laid down against the RNA and that DNA moves into the nucleus of the cell And with that it's found in the nucleus and it's coding for the spike protein Now we don't know if it's actually physically changing the chromosomes permanently but many believe that that is circumstantial evidence that that's happening Now there's going to be a really hot and heavy investigation to see whether or not these vaccines in fact permanently change chromosomes And if this is the case is spike protein going to be produced

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"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:26 min | 3 months ago

"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Hey, folks. I'm talking to my friend, Kevin McCullough, Kevin. We're talking about a lot of stuff. What else is there to cover? Did you read who is it Majorca put out a memo saying that if you do not agree with this president, you're a terrorist in the coming after you? Something like that. It was something esque. Yeah, there's a couple of takes on this, and it's not the first time that it's happened. If you'll remember just before the 2021 elections in New Jersey and Virginia, you had those very contentious school board meetings in loudoun county and other places in Virginia where the parents were showing up in huge numbers. They were speaking out they were doing exactly what the Canadian truckers are doing. They're not. They weren't being violent or dangerous. They were standing. Speaking up, doing what they are allowed to do. And somebody went to the Justice Department and said, oh, they're being so dangerous. And then they classified them as domestic terrorists. Well, similarly, the administration last week basically said, if you question any of our official statements on COVID policy, you're working against the interests of the United States. Now that's a little short of treason, but not by much. And it's interesting that they leave out the phrase vermin Jew. I think they left after phrase. It was vermin, yeah. Well, that's the case that they left. Here's the problem, Eric. If you go to the well every single time someone disagrees with you and you call them the devil and you call them the most evil thing that walks the planet every single time that they disagree with you, eventually that becomes white noise. And I think that now, this administration has dug itself in such a pit. They have no accomplishments. Everything they've tried to put through has blown up in their face. They are pushing Democrats to go join the Republican Party and become independent because they in es don't want to be aligned with the party anymore. And yet those that are on the insular side of that bubble, whatever it is in The White House and in leadership in the Congress and the places of power, the click. Whoever's in the click seem to be some of the most befuddled deceived people I've ever witnessed, because they genuinely believe that everybody's on their team that everyone's on their side and that they are in the right. And all you have to do is walk down Main Street America and ask people any given day this week, what do you think of these policy in these plans? And they'll tell you exactly what they think. They are delusional in how they're governing. And that's part of the problem. Well, yeah, they are crazy. They painted themselves into a corner, and I'm pretty sure most people in the administration are going to do a full on Brittany and shave their heads and go into hiding. I see it happening. It's kind of funny. Kamala Harris is going to tackle herself over the edge. It's really, it's interesting, Kevin, because you and I know that while there isn't a freedom as there is still by God's Gracie United States of America, people are waking up and they're understanding that they have to use their freedom. And you can use your freedom in a hundred ways simply by speaking out by talking to teachers and principles by pulling your kids out of these schools and saying, I don't care what it takes. I'm going to call up Sam sorbo and I'm going to homeschool my kids. I'm going to figure it out. This is what needs to be happening..

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Why Would Biden Lift Sanctions on Iran? Kevin McCullough Explains

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Why Would Biden Lift Sanctions on Iran? Kevin McCullough Explains

"Day. What else is on your mind? Well, you mentioned in the last segment about this idea of doing things for the appearance of doing them. And this has become the standard mode of operation. And I wanted to just give you an example of that from this last week on the foreign policy front. We talked about it in the COVID context, but last week, Joe Biden's State Department lifted sanctions against the terrorists that are running Iran. Now, you may be asking yourself the question, well, why would they do such a thing? And in fact, much better people than me are asking that question right now. But what Antony Blinken said when he was asked as to why they lifted these sanctions against Iran, his answer was more or less because they'll get up and walk away from the table if we don't. Now let's examine what they're sitting at the table negotiating. The Biden administration has made it a point to try to reinvent and re-engage Iran into a new version of what was called the JCPOA, the Iran deal. The non proliferation agreement that supposedly was going to keep Iran from gaining nuclear weapons. The only problem was, as president Trump pointed out, in the original JCPOA, it actually gave Iran the green light to go get nuclear weapons. And to basically sheriff themselves on whether they were going to be held accountable for doing the things they were supposed to do or not. In the new version, they don't want any of the sanctions that were put on them as a result of violating the JCPOA and so Antony Blinken said will lift them. But I want to get down to an even more bare nugget of this truth. In speaking with foreign policy people like Katie McFarland and general Jack Keenan in the last few days, neither side of this agreement want to be in the agreement. The Americans don't believe that the Iran deal will be followed by Iran. And Iran doesn't want to be in the Iran deal either. They are having to be brought to the table to talk about an agreement that neither of them want to be part of, neither of them believe Iran will keep it. And neither of them believe that it will actually prevent Iran from getting nuclear

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"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | 3 months ago

"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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Why Kevin McCullough Uses the Hashtag #DemocratsAbuseChildren

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Why Kevin McCullough Uses the Hashtag #DemocratsAbuseChildren

"Right. And here's one more little cherry on the Sunday for you. Yesterday, the House of Representatives had the opportunity to vote in large measure symbolically. About whether or not they would ever ban mask mandates nationwide, and every Democrat all 221 of them voted to abuse children by forcing masks on them. All 221 of them. When I used the hashtag on Instagram earlier today that Democrats abuse children, I'm talking about elected officials in offices. They are voting to abuse children. It defies the science. It defies the welfare of the child, and it does protect their political

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Kevin McCullough on Blue State Governors Easing Mask Requirements

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 3 months ago

Kevin McCullough on Blue State Governors Easing Mask Requirements

"Where my guest right now on a gigantic screen so large that I can see his pores, although I will make no reference to them, our friend, Kevin McCullough. Kevin, welcome to the program. Hey, Eric, good to see you. You're so huge. We're doing this new technological technological thing here. We're just testing it out. You don't mind being the giganto Guinea pig. Do you? No, that's just comes with the territory. Exactly. Exactly. Well, listen, most people listen to this program. I know you as votes are done. But today we're just going to talk to Kevin. So Kevin, I have been talking today with Leon fontaine, who's a pastor in Canada talking about the truckers and the situation going on up there. I want to talk to you about what's going on here in the United States, which is not exactly unrelated to what's going on up there. So what's on your mind? Well, so I think that we saw some progress this week. Let me just turn the clock back a couple of days. You had a series of blue state governors all in a kind of a sequence with each other, do something remarkable. So governor Phil Murphy came out the governor of the state in New Jersey. He said that on March 7th, he's lifting the mask mandates for the schools, staff, students, teachers, everyone involved masks off march 7th, to which most parents said, yay, thank you. It's way too long. Why do we have to wait another month? And then later that day. You idiot. Did they take that out of the memo? I think they did. But then later that day, you had the chief of all devil in gubernatorial offices right now. Governor Gavin Newsom himself come out and say, you know what? We're doing so well in California. We're going to take masks off on the 28th of February. And I've often argued that California should be sought off from the continent and pushed into the ocean left to fend for itself. I actually applaud the governor applied California. This is going to be a great thing. Their kids are going to get to get to go to some back to some sort of normalcy for their

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Is Joe Rogan Appeasing the Mob or Playing the Long Game?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | 4 months ago

Is Joe Rogan Appeasing the Mob or Playing the Long Game?

"Of Joe Rogan commenting on this. And I listened to the whole 9 and a half minutes so I can help build it out. Let's play tape. The podcast has been accused of spreading dangerous misinformation. Specifically about two episodes, a little bit about some other ones, but specifically about two. One with doctor Peter McCullough and one with doctor Robert Malone. Both these people are very highly credentialed, very intelligent, very accomplished people and they have an opinion that's different from the mainstream narrative. I wanted to hear what their opinion is. And so he then talks about how doctor Malone and doctor McCulloch came on his program. And then he says, well, next time I need to try to have a countering voice to doctor Malone and doctor McCullough. And I totally disagree with Joe Rogan there. The whole point of your show is not to try to have the consensus voice. Do you need to have the anti alien voice on if you also have the alien voice on? Do you need to have like the anti psychedelic mushroom person if you have the pro psychedelic mushroom person, the whole point Joe is that your show is usually an incubator for heterodox ideas. And look, I do think it's important to have for Joe's purposes every once in a while. You know, that goon that calls himself a doctor, doctor Sanjay Gupta, who's an idiot. He's a total idiot. He has this whole like COVID World War three or whatever his name. Stupid thing. While they call Ivermectin a horse dewormer and Japanese phase three trials are saying that Ivermectin actually helps in antiviral replication and can help against the spread of the virus. History will show that we were on the right side of this. But I just I think Joe is hedging a little bit too much. Now, the people are speculating, why is Joe Rogan doing this? Why is he going towards the middle and all this? Some people said it's just because of the money. That could be true. It could be his $100 million sweetheart deal might be incentivizing him to back down because here's what I do know. That selfie video that Joe Rogan made is not the same sort of fighting spirit we've seen out of Joe Rogan in the last couple months. I will agree with that. Now, I say that he's retreating and all that. Here's the thing. Joe Rogan might just be saying that in the next thing you know he might just have doctor Pierre corian. You never know. It's an unexpected thing. So I think it's wrong to just kind of mischaracterize him. But I think that Joe Rogan probably, this is probably fair. Has got himself into a fight that I don't think he quite wanted.

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How Joe Rogan Thwarted the Gatekeepers to Reveal the Truth

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:49 min | 4 months ago

How Joe Rogan Thwarted the Gatekeepers to Reveal the Truth

"Joe Rogan signed a record contract with Spotify. Joe Rogan used to post his content everywhere. Used to post it on YouTube used to post it on Apple podcast in particular, he was consistently one of the top podcasts on Apple podcast. Spotify came to him though with a record breaking contract. I think it was a $100 million signing bonus basically, not to mention some of the ad revenue in some of the other inside of saying, hey, your exclusively can come to Spotify. Now the time this seemed like a great deal for Spotify. Mike tirico, thank you from football night in America. He actually does a really good job. Mike tariko. And so Joe Rogan at the time when he signed this deal, it seemed like a winner for Spotify across the board. They're going to compete in a podcast space against Apple 85% of all podcasts, by the way, are on Apple podcasts. Thank you for subscribing to the Charlie Kirk show. We're in Spotify as well. And Spotify is mostly and mainly a music streaming service. Used by a lot of different people, very popular and has grown throughout the years. Acquiring the exclusive rights of Joe Rogan seemed to make all the sense in the world. Until Joe Rogan started to say things that the employees and the stakeholders of Spotify did not like. And so there's this dilemma that is kind of, let's say, hit the shores of Spotify's island, which is how do we deal with a problem like Joe Rogan? Kind of like how do you deal with a problem like Maria? But the difference is that there really shouldn't be a problem. They signed Joe Rogan under the belief that this was going to be the free speech kind of rough round the edges swearing, talking about things that you might not want your 9 or ten year old to talk about. And let me be very clear. I'm not endorsing every episode of the Joe Rogan experience. There are some incredibly graphic, quasi Howard Stern episodes of the Joe Rogan experience of people that have lived very colorful lives. But there are other episodes of the Joe Rogan experience that if you edit it out for swear words are incredibly interesting and intellectually pure. That's just you don't know what you're going to get. You don't know what move the guests are going to end. It's going to be and you don't know where the topics are going to go. The kind of unexpected, unscripted element of Joe Rogan makes it real and authentic, which is why it's been so successful. The Joe Rogan having doctor Peter McCullough and doctor Robert Malone on his program, all of a sudden has completely disrupted the matrix because he circumvented the Facebook fact checkers, the YouTube Gestapo. All the people that were previously able to censor Ivermectin hydroxychloroquine azithromycin and skepticism around the vaccine, no, no, no. Joe Rogan found a way to get that truth out to a 130 million people outside of the gatekeepers. And for

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Doctor Thanks Sen. Ron Johnson for Being Allowed to Speak Freely on COVID

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | 4 months ago

Doctor Thanks Sen. Ron Johnson for Being Allowed to Speak Freely on COVID

"This is a doctor up on Capitol Hill yesterday testifying before senator Ron Johnson's committee on COVID where he has to thank him This is unbelievable for being allowed to speak You would think this was a speech again being given in Venezuela or Cuba This is happening in the United States Listen to this Just before we get on in the questions enter something into the record I want to personally thank you In the past medical schools and conferences would like this would take place We debate how to treat these kinds of diseases and it's kind of strange that this meeting has to take place in the U.S. Senate Given the current state of affairs that's what we are But in the past we would think that somehow the FDA the CDC the NIH we would have basically maybe a message board exchange ideas and I really want to reach out and say thank you for what you've done to doctor McCullough and doctor rish who initially set all this up The extreme censorship and attacks have led us to come to this place And so I want to just thank you for what you've done You've really pushed this all forward You've been yourself become a researcher in the scientists over this last two years So thank you very much That's really sad to hear I mean devastating the air You have this doctor testifying before a Senate committee where he has to thank senator Ron Johnson You heard it yourself for being allowed to speak about medical issues surrounding

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Dr. Peter McCullough on Injecting Politics Into Prescriptions

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:39 min | 4 months ago

Dr. Peter McCullough on Injecting Politics Into Prescriptions

"About why people died. I am infuriated. When I hear colleagues of mine, especially in California, who have doctors who have prescribed for them, Ivermectin or hydroxide, I took hydroxy, my doctor prescribed for me when I caught the COVID and they have to go to multiple one colleague had to go to 7 pharmacists before they were prepared to actually give him the legal prescription he had from his doctor. What is the potential argument against Therapeutics? Because it is my contention and please, please tell me if I'm wrong that perhaps tens of thousands of people died because COVID was not treated early enough with Therapeutics. It developed into a secondary inflammation, especially in the lower lung, and then once they were put on respirators, that was it. It was a matter of time before they died. So can you talk to us about injecting politics into prescriptions and why this war against Therapeutics? You know, we've gone through two presidential administrations to surgeon generals two tasks for us. Do you know not a single official has given a full throated endorsement of doctors doing everything they can with Therapeutics as an outpatient to help patients prevent hospitalization and death doctors have not received any support whatsoever from the governmental agencies in fact they've received headwinds. There's been statements the FDA has said, do not use hydroxychloroquine in that was last year. Now in 2021, the American medical association launched a campaign to abolish the use of Ivermectin. Now, why would the American medical association which doesn't make treatment recommendations with physicians political action committee, why would the AMA actually wage war against Ivermectin? We have over 300 supportive studies of hydroxychloroquine over 60 with Ivermectin. Ivermectin now looks like it's actually quite useful because Ivermectin is stare at a care in Mexico across the South America across India and in Japan and it's these are benign and safe medications. I think our agencies have done a great disservice by putting a chill on using drugs and combination early use of drugs appropriately clinically indicated off label use of drugs, which the FDA tells doctors, we use drugs off label when there's an unmet need and is clear COVID-19 is an unmet need.

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"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:07 min | 4 months ago

"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"McCullough, folks, by the way, before we go back to doctor McCullough Albert and I thought we would take a quick break here. We've got I think about 90 seconds left with doctor McCulloch, but before we go back to him, I want to make two announcements while we have everybody's attention. Now they have to listen because they're like, what does doctor to say next? It's like, well, we hold out hold your horses because before we let you listen to the last 90 seconds of doctor McCullough, we've got two things to share, at least. Number one, after doctor McCullough, we were going to talk to Kevin McCulloch just to confuse you to talk about a current event. Maybe we'll do that. Maybe we'll do that. Or we might talk to Naomi wolf. We have them both here today. So we don't know if we're going to continue talking about pandemics. And that stuff. Or if we're going to talk current events, we don't know. But this we do know. Yes. We have a couple of days left in the CSI campaign. There are people who have not yet. And folks, you know who you are, and I know you're embarrassed, but I don't want you to be embarrassed. I want you to let I want you to be guilty. There's a difference. And I want you to let your guilt motivate you. Yes. I want you to push through and go to my taxes talk dot com. This is so easy, we're asking for nothing. Whatever you can give $10, $25, $50, whatever you can give to free slaves in Sudan. We've made the case before. CSI Christian solidarity international is on the ground. In that part of Africa, where people are currently enslaved, it is a monstrous evil, but you can do something about it. We ask you, we beg you, participate, do anything, do what you can. Go to metaxas talk dot com. Now, please, metaxas talk dot com. Please do anything you can. It doesn't matter the number doesn't matter whatever you feel like giving. We want you to do that. Yeah, and there's a phone number to its 8 8 8 two 5 three three 5 two two 8 8 8 two 5 three three 5 two two give something please folks. $10. Well, this is your this is your last chance. I mean, I'm serious. This is an amazing campaign and to say that you're involved in this. You know, you're going to say, hey, if I was alive during abolition times, I would have been on the right side of that. Well, baloney because here you are in abolition type. Right now you have an opportunity. So take advantage of it folks, please. This is not something that we're not asking much. Every $250 frees someone from slavery and sets them up in a life where they can really genuinely be free. It is a miraculous transformation, but it's only possible if you participate. And so to all of those who have not yet participated folks, please amazing opportunity to go to my taxes talk dot com..

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"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:48 min | 4 months ago

"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host. Eric metaxas. Hey there folks, welcome to the Eric metaxas show very, very, very, very exciting guest right now. Doctor Peter McCullough, he is someone who came to the attention of the general populace recently when he spoke for three hours to Joe Rogan and interestingly Joe Rogan was listening for all three hours. It went viral as they say, metaphorically, not in the medical sense. Because doctor McCullough is a very well respected physician in the Dallas area, cardiologist, who has some things to say about the so called pandemic, these vaccines, all very interesting and important and we're glad to have him doctor McCullough. Welcome to the program. Well, thanks for having me. As introduced, I'm a practicing internist and cardiologist. I'm also trained in epidemiology and I spend about half of my time in clinical practice and then half the time as an author and an editor of a major journal in clinical investigator. So I do research. And I have, you know, my whole career I've been dedicated to the science of medicine and advancing medicine. So a COVID-19 hit, I knew this was a big task, and it was going to take many, many specialists across a variety of medical specialties. Infectious disease hematology oncology, cardiology, since the virus was such a broad ranging pathogen that it was going to take all hands on deck. And so as you've mentioned, I've contributed academically to the pandemic response. I have over 50 papers on the pandemic, including the two seminal papers on how to treat COVID-19 to avoid hospitalization and death to avoid hospitalization and death. I always try to avoid hospitalization and sometimes I also try to avoid death. Most people listening, I think, have so far successfully avoided death. It's kind of a big thing in life to avoid death. And so when you talk about this, I have to joke because how outrageous that anybody needs to even mention this, we assume those of us who are not doctors, kind of assume this is what doctors do. They help us to avoid death and further illness. But you've gotten considerable really startling pushback from some people who I guess consider themselves authorities if they don't like what you say they label it misinformation. This to me is the real headline and the real bad news in America today, but let's get to the specifics before we get to why some people would label some of what you said misinformation. What is it that you're saying that you know to be true that some people don't like to hear? I mean, let's start with the vaccine. I have read enough to make me think that for most people, the idea of getting the vaccine is a bad idea and that it was developed under emergency circumstances kind of like, okay, we've got the Black Death coming. We're going to lose a third of our population. Let's do anything we can to get something to help people. Where we are today, to me seems dramatically different. I've heard a lot of anecdotal information about deaths and debilitating results probably or at least potentially from the vaccine. So wisdom would seem to say, don't take it, but there's this big push for everyone to take.

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"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | 5 months ago

"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We'll be right back, talking to Kevin McCullough. Don't go away. Man it doesn't show signs of stopping and I brought me some call for papa. The lights are turned way down low let it in case you haven't been paying attention. The Biden administration has caused a financial crisis and they have no clue how to fix it. Oil prices have skyrocketed and when oil prices go up, the cost of transportation and shipping spikes leading the prices of goods to rise. And when we're already seeing record inflation that's the last thing we need, our economy is in trouble and you need to take steps to protect yourself. If all your money is tied up in stocks, bonds and traditional markets, you are vulnerable. Gold is one of the best ways to protect your retirement. No matter what happens, you own your goal, it is real, it is physical, it's always been valuable since the dawn of time, legacy precious metals is the company I trust for investing in gold. They can help you roll your retirement account into a gold backed IRA where you still own the physical gold. They can also ship gold and precious metals safely and securely to your house called legacy at 8 6 6 5 two 8 1903 or visit them online at legacy, p.m. investments dot com. It's folks as the architects to show. Don't forget. Go to my pillow dot com. Use the code. Eric hurry up. My pillow dot com use the code Eric. Don't forget go to metaxas talk dot com CSI. We are freeing slaves. I'm going to talk to Kevin about that in just a moment. But before we can get to that.

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"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:41 min | 6 months ago

"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Dark ocean folks talking to Kevin McCullough, we are talking about two things. We're talking about the issue of abortion. And we're talking about the issue of slavery. And Kevin, it just fascinates me how there's nothing new under the sun, right? You had people in wilberforce's day who said we think that you should keep your faith out of politics. In other words, they weren't able to comprehend the idea that there's no division between faith and politics. There's just this thing called truth and we have to kind of work it out. And they acted as though that they are these separate realities. There are people today who feel the same way. They act as though there are no absolutes. And people should be able to do whatever they want to do. We have a constitution that is based on natural law that's based on moral law. And so there are limits to freedom. So if everybody in a state says, you know, we believe we can do X, it has to be in accordance with some fundamentals. So this is the big argument with roe V wade is, is there something about taking the life of a pre born human that is guaranteed in our constitution or does our constitution say nothing about it and the states have to fight it? It's a little bit complicated. So it's one thing to say, I think abortion is wrong. You do and I do. But then we have to think logically, okay, in the United States of America, where we are free to do all kinds of things that are wrong, okay? Men and women are free to sleep with each other outside of marriage. They're free. We're free to do all kinds of wrong things that we won't be prosecuted for. But that doesn't make them right. When does the law get involved? And we have always said in this country, when it comes to the unborn, this is a real thing. This is we're dealing with human lives. But I was talking earlier about the slavery issue and I want to talk to you about this. We're it's hard for us to believe that 200 years ago, the west decided slavery is an abomination. It's wrong. And we got rid of it. So even when it still existed, there was nobody saying this is a great thing. But there are parts of the world today like parts of Africa where radical Muslims believe slavery is okay. And so it's people like us in the west who are using our money to work against that. We can't change the laws of the Sudan or at least we didn't when we had the chance. If you don't mind, talk about CSI, because I want my audience to understand that these moral issues, they're right in front of us all the time, not at all. In fact, CSI is an enormous passion in my heart. During the Sudanese Civil War, there were approximately a 180,000 individuals that were taken into captivity and in essence chattel slavery work labor and removed from their homes in South Sudan and brought to northern Sudan. A large number of these that survived were women because the men were regularly killed for everything from insubordination to attempted escape, et cetera the women that have been suffering their and when the world settled the Sudan Civil War, the world powers came in and said, okay, South Sudan, you have your Christian territory, northern Sudan, you can remain an Arab hands and now leave each other alone and we go off and we took care of that. The problem was that the slaves that had been taken captive were not addressed. And so even though there was great relief that the fighting was over, there were still all of these hundreds of thousands of people that were caught in this horrific system of brutal, brutal slavery. CSI, before the war was ended, had already begun working to liberate slaves that were captured by the Arabs of the north. And let's be very clear, the main reason that the Arabs took these women were because they were they were Christian. And they thought that they could do with as they wanted. They could have sexual means with them. They could have them bear children. They could use them as forced labor. They were cheap labor to use around the places where they lived, oftentimes, as servants for their own wives, et cetera. Brutal brutal treatment. And I could tell you story after story of slaves that have told us what it was like when they went into slavery, but I will say this, over the last number of years, CSI working together with people like Eric metaxas and your listeners have been able to liberate more than a 100,000 of those original slaves and some of the children that were born to them in the process. In fact, we believe that there are now only 35,000 give or take a few in northern Sudan anymore. And from a 180,000, that is a great number of people that have been liberated. However, for the 35,000 that are still there, it is a daily hell that they live through. I could tell you a story. In fact, on my phone here, I was recently praying, my listeners are involved in this project to Eric, as you know. And I got word from the CSI office that and I know people listening to the radio can't see this, but this is a woman for those of you watching on lindell TV and everywhere else. This is a woman who was liberated by my listeners in July of this last summer. And Eric describe the look on her face right there. And this is a woman that experienced ritualistic brutal sexual abuse for over 15 years. She's only in her early 30s. And that smile that's on her face. It's almost a miracle that it could exist because when you know what she has been through. But the reason that she's smiling is because the slave liberators were able to find her. They were able to secure her freedom. She was taken back to South Sudan, where her home is from. She was able to reunite with relatives. They were able to give her a package of things that are basically a starter pack for her life. It's called the bag of hope. And they did all of that for $250. I want to come back with you. I know you do it. A couple of minutes of brand new life. I know you, Kevin, just as a couple of minutes, folks. This is really huge. Please go to my taxes talk dot com, do what you can. We'll be right back. Everyone so many things.

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"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:49 min | 6 months ago

"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Be right back. Kevin, thank you. Thank you. I love this life so I begin. With young wow. What's going on? Yeah, man. Can you guys see behind me that's Mike lindell? That's not really Mike lindell. Oh, he's behind me. That's the real Michael lindell behind me. Since we've been knocked off of YouTube, nobody, nobody can see us anyway. But we are in the everyday Eric. I was just going to mention something. I was sorry to cut you off. In the last segment, you mentioned we're living in dark times. I took my kid to the Macy's meet Santa thing here in the city. Harold square. I didn't read the fine print, but apparently it's sponsored by Pfizer this year and the Santa at the end, he vaccinated my child against his will. It was very surprising, pulled out a shot. Wow. That's 30 dark stuff. Instead of a lollipop, right? Yeah. Just make sure to avoid any Pfizer meat Santa events in your town near you because you know by the way that somebody stole my great idea. You know that Johnny paid check song. You can take this job and shove it. I ain't a work and hear no more. You know that song. Sure. I came up with the idea of you can take this jab and shove it. Somebody actually recorded that song. That's great. Well, you know, sometimes. The good ideas are out there in the ether, you know? Well, but it just kind of cracked me up because I thought, you know, okay, listen, well, the comedies on our side of the aisle, you know, the conservatives are out there. Correct. And fun. Okay, let me just say this before we run out of time here, folks. To sum up, we're going through dark times. But I believe that God wants us to do good things in the midst of the darkness, light a candle instead of cursing the darkness. We, every year, do a fundraiser with CSI. There are people being enslaved in the Sudan, people who have been enslaved. I'm going to go into the details. Kevin McCullough and I will get into the details in the next hour. But we can do something about it. And I keep thinking when you think of somebody that you think, when do I get them for Christmas? For $250. Now, by the way, we want to encourage everybody to give something. But for $250, if that's a number that you can give, you can free a slave. And you don't just free a slave. You are actually setting them up in a life, they get a goat, they get foodstuffs, they get all kinds of stuff so that they can have a life once they are redeemed from slavery. So this is a huge thing you can do it in somebody's name and I want to encourage you folks. When I think of all the junk that we waste our money on, this is something really beautiful. It's just hard to believe that we have the privilege in our lifetimes of participating in something like this. So if you want to give somebody an amazing gift, go to metaxas talk dot com, click on the banner, whatever you give is fantastic. But if you can give $250, that enables CSI to get someone out of literal slavery and set them up in a wonderful life. It's just, it's an amazing thing. And I think that, as I say, we always ask, what can I do? What can I do? Any positive thing like this is spiritual warfare. You are waging war against the evil in this world when you do something beautiful out of the goodness of your heart do that. I also want to say, while supplies last, Alban, there are two. Yes. I have two hats given to me by president Donald Trump. The standard make America great again has they were given to me by the president. So I didn't buy these. They were given to me when I was with him and Sean Foyt, some months ago. He also gave me the pen that he used to sign the other hats. Anybody who can give $2500 that freeze ten slaves, if you can do that, I will sign one of these hats to you, there are only two of them, so obviously the first two people who do.

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"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:37 min | 6 months ago

"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks welcome back. We're talking to our friend Kevin McCullough. Kevin, it is just hard. Every time we do a campaign with CSI it's hard for me to wrap my head around the idea that this evil still exists in this world. It's like we were talking about the abortion issue. It is hard to imagine that there are people that are okay with taking the life of the unborn. It's hard to believe that there are people who are okay with enslaving someone and raping them continually. We live in a sick world, but the good news and I always want to try to help people find the hope in the middle of this folks. The amazing thing is that we can do something about it. I mean, honestly, think of the idea, it's one thing to hear something is happening. Horrible. And then somebody says, yes, it's happening. But you can do something about it. We have the opportunity through CSI and Kevin, you know more about CSI than I ever will. I mean, they are an amazing organization. They are on the ground. They know how to free people from slavery, all they need is for us to help them. They need money. So for $250 per person, tell my audience what they're able to do. Because I say to my association, you know what to give your grandparent or your dad or your uncle for Christmas. How about saying in your name we freed a person from slavery? I just can't get over what a great idea that is. Go ahead. And think about this, Eric. These are all Christians that have been forced to take on Muslim identities. So to work with your audience to be free by Christmas this year. Just think of, think of what celebrating the birth of Christ as a newly freed Christian from slavery will mean, and it will not take forever in a day to make this happen. Once your gift is given, there are constant liberation retrievals that are going on. And when these things take place, they are truly amazing. But I want to go back to aluette story because she's the girl I was telling you about in the last segment. She has that huge smile on her face. She was ritualistically sexually abused, not just by her slave master, but by her slave master's sons. She was physically abused by the wife of the slave master for jealousy that he would want to sleep with the slave. She was called every kind of heinous name that you can imagine in the book and treated as though she was less than an animal. She wasn't fed on a regular basis. She had to fight for scraps that were on the floor on the ground. Imagine living in that existence for more than a dozen years. And then being taken by the CSI retriever to the recovery camp at the border of South Sudan, where, for nothing but a few days, you just get to recover. They have a medical doctor. They've got psychological experts that are there helping you talk this through and kind of deal with some of the issues that it raises. You get to reclaim your identity as a Christian, you get to reclaim your Christian name. You get to tell someone the hardship of your story and someone listens to you and believes you and documents it so that so that it is not forgotten. And then at the end of that process that recovery process, they bring you this thing called the bag of hope, which is much bigger than just a bag. It's not like a little grocery sack. This thing is like a canvas grain sack, and that's just the tools that are in it, but it's gardening tools..

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"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:30 min | 6 months ago

"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Ocean folks talking to Kevin McCullough, we are talking about two things. We're talking about the issue of abortion. And we're talking about the issue of slavery. And Kevin, it just fascinates me how there's nothing new under the sun, right? You had people in wilberforce's day who said we think that you should keep your faith out of politics. In other words, they weren't able to comprehend the idea that there's no division between faith and politics is just this thing called truth and we have to kind of work it out. And they acted as though that they are these separate realities. There are people today who feel the same way. They act as though there are no absolutes. And people should be able to do whatever they want to do. We have a constitution that is based on natural law that's based on moral law. And so there are limits to freedom. So if everybody in a state says, you know, we believe we can do X, it has to be in accordance with some fundamentals. So this is the big argument with roe V wade is, is there something about taking the life of a pre born human that is guaranteed in our constitution or does our constitution say nothing about it and the states have to fight it? It's a little bit complicated. So it's one thing to say, I think abortion is wrong. You do and I do. But then we have to think logically, okay, in the United States of America, where we are free to do all kinds of things that are wrong, okay? Men and women are free to sleep with each other outside of marriage. They're free. We're free to do all kinds of wrong things that we won't be prosecuted for. But that doesn't make them right. When does the law get involved? And we have always said in this country, when it comes to the unborn, this is a real thing. This is we're dealing with human lives. But I was talking earlier about the slavery issue and I want to talk to you about this. I mean, it's hard for us to believe that 200 years ago, the west decided slavery is an abomination. It's wrong. And we got rid of it. So even when it still existed, there was nobody saying this is a great thing. But there are parts of the world today like parts of Africa where radical Muslims believe slavery is okay. And so it's people like us in the west who are using our money to work against that. We can't change the laws of the Sudan or at least we didn't when we had the chance. If you don't mind, talk about CSI because I want my audience to understand that these moral issues, they're right in front of us all the time. Not at all. In fact, CSI is an enormous passion in my heart. During the Sudanese Civil War, there were approximately a 180,000 individuals that were taken into captivity and in essence chattel slavery work labor and removed from their homes in South Sudan and brought to northern Sudan. A large number of these that survived were women because the men were regularly killed for everything from insubordination to attempted escape, et cetera the women that have been suffering there and when the world settled the Sudan Civil War, the world powers came in and said, okay, South Sudan, you have your Christian territory, northern Sudan, you can remain an Arab hands and now leave each other alone and we go off and we took care of that. The problem was that the slaves that had been taken captive were not addressed. And so even though there was great relief that the fighting was over, there were still all of these hundreds of thousands of people that were caught in this horrific system of brutal, brutal slavery. CSI, before the war was ended, had already begun working to liberate slaves that were captured by the Arabs of the north. And let's be very clear, the main reason that the Arabs took these women were because they were they were Christian. And they thought that they could do with as they wanted. They could have sexual means with them. They could have them bear children. They could use them as forced labor. They were cheap labor to use around the places where they lived, oftentimes, as servants for their own wives, et cetera. Brutal brutal treatment. And I could tell you story after story of slaves that have told us what it was like when they went into slavery. But I will say this, over the last number of years, CSI working together with people like Eric metaxas and your listeners have been able to liberate more than a 100,000 of those original slaves and some of the children that were born to them in the process. In fact, we believe that there are now only 35,000 give or take a few in northern Sudan anymore. And from a 180,000, that is a great number of people that have been liberated. However, for the 35,000 that are still there, it is a daily hell that they live through. I could tell you a story. In fact, on my phone here, I was recently praying, my listeners are involved in this project to Eric, as you know, in I got word from the CSI office that and I know people listening to the radio can't see this, but this is a woman for those of you watching on lindell TV and everywhere else. This is a woman who was liberated by my listeners in July of this last summer. And Eric describe the look on her face right there. Radiant. And this is a woman that experienced ritualistic brutal sexual abuse for over 15 years. She's only in her early 30s. And that smile that's on her face. It's almost a miracle that it could exist because when you know what she has been through. But the reason that she's smiling is because the slave liberators were able to find her. They were able to secure her freedom. She was taken back to South Sudan, where her home is from. She was able to reunite with relatives. They were able to give her a package of things that are basically a starter pack for her life. It's called the bag of hope. And they did all of that for $250. I want to come back with you. I know you do it. A couple of minutes of brand new life. I know you, Kevin just has a couple of minutes, folks. This is really huge. Please go to my taxes talk dot.

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"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:49 min | 6 months ago

"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm talking to Kevin McCullough and you can tell I have a cold, I'm cranky, so I'm not correcting a lot of jokes. But who cares? We're talking about substance. Now, Kevin, you and I were trying to clarify where things are, right? This is something that I always say. I want the people on my side to understand what's at stake. I don't, in others, if somebody is against abortion, okay? Nonetheless, we live in a free country where we have a way of doing business where we say the people get to decide certain things. So if people in the state of Mississippi, where the people in the state of New York have a view on something, they can enact it by electing people and they can put their views forward. Once in a while, there's controversy. And that's when you have to go to the Supreme Court. And you have to say, hey, we in this state just voted to do X is that constitutional. So let's say a bunch of people in this state say, we think killing Jews is a good thing. So we're going to elect people that believe in that. Immediately, the constitution would say, you can't do that. We don't care if everybody in your state is an anti semite bigot. According to the constitution, you are going beyond what what the constitution allows for in a free state. So we have to be really clear on how these things work. And you were talking about a moment ago that roe V wade all it did was say that those people in certain states who want to restrict abortion can't restrict abortion. Correct. Which is a crazy, it's just a crazy thing. But I mean, can you give us any details on this Mississippi case? 'cause I'm not aware of the details of how is it that this has the possibility of being the wedge that overturns roe V wade? Well, if you're challenging, so in roe V wade, the central argument was we can not know when personhood begins. They all but admitted that we know that life has begun, but we can't be confident that personhood or even survivability outside the womb begins by certain date XYZ fill in the blank. Mississippi has actually in their case, and in the Texas case that's coming to the court too. You've got and I was just speaking with ina's Stepan from the federalist on this earlier this morning. But what's interesting is you have 50 years of new science. That has rolled into the discussion since 1973. And in 1973, we didn't know a lot of things about the development of an unborn child. We didn't we couldn't see how early the fingertips were there and when they opened their eyes the way we can now in full color photos that most children see their siblings long before they're ever born. So you've got you've got a number of things that we've discovered about survivability outside the womb. We continue to have people who have early births and they're able to help those children who are born as preemies, survive all the way to maturity. So there's a lot of question about what does that personhood element of the argument actually argue? And can we make that argument across the board and force this across all 50 states? Mississippi has said, we believe that we can determine by what our population wants and what our voters say, a level of where we believe life should begin and where it should be protected by law legally. Everybody else that's opposing abortion doesn't want even Mississippi even one state to be able to make such a ruling. Because if they do, then there's a domino effect, people go, well, wait a minute. That's actually true, then it has consequences. And the point I was making before the break is, abortion is not going to go away overnight. You're going to have a lot of states that still have it legal, but the pressure that the pro abortion side is going to then be under for really the first time in the row era, is going to be opposite foot of where it's been. It's been the legal pressure against the pro life people saying. Prove your point. Once we've been able to make an argument in a court has sustained it and said, yeah, that made sense in science backed it. Now it's going to get harder for the pro aborts in New York and California to say, well, it's just a clump of cells. We should be able to take it out any time we want okay. No, if it's a life, it's a life. That's going to take a while to get. That's why we have Kevin McCullough on this program, ladies and gentlemen, because I can rant and rave all I want. But we want facts. Kevin, you've just made it's kind of funny because I want to talk to you about CSI. We're doing a fundraiser for Christian solidarity international. And there is, of course, a link between the idea of slavery and the idea of abortion. When I wrote my book amazing grace, it's the story of a politician, William wilberforce, working to help the entire British Empire, which of course was huge at that point to say this is immoral. We must abolish the slave trade. And what's interesting is that people who have read my book have been inspired because they say this is very similar to the abortion issue. It's a moral issue. It's not just a political issue. It's not a legal issue. It's a moral issue. And if we believe there is such a thing as morality, we have some kind of an obligation to.

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The Eric Metaxas Show

05:24 min | 6 months ago

"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Eric, the taxes. Folks, welcome to our two, it's the Eric metaxas show on playing the role of Eric metaxas. I apologize, but this is the best we could do today. I'm it. But I'm only the host. And I get to talk to interesting guests. For example, we have our friend Kevin McCullough on some of you know him as votes predominance, but however you know him, here he is, Kevin. Kevin, welcome back. Hey, Eric, good to see you. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving. Oh no, I had COVID. We didn't celebrate Thanksgiving. Oh, then we all had it. I'm glad to see you back then. Yeah, we all had it. You know, the upside of it now is that you are basically bulletproof. You don't need the vaccines. Now that you've had COVID, you're going to have 27 times the immunity of anybody that gets one two or three boosters. And you're ready to live. Listen, I was ready to live before. There's nothing wrong with getting sick. It happens to people. And I got sick. I got better. You know, praise the lord. Now, listen, you, you present a challenge because I want to talk to you about current events, but I also want to talk to you about CSI. You're kind of a CSI expert, but let me just say before we talk about CSI because we're doing a fundraiser on this program, people who've been listening know that we need your help. This is an amazing opportunity, just an amazing, amazing opportunity. We get to do tremendous good, unadulterated, good in this world, through CSI. But Kevin, can we talk about the oral arguments today? Can we talk about what's going on with the Supreme Court? What can we talk about? Well, the Supreme Court is taking up a case that has the potential to completely undo roe versus wade. And if the arguments that at least took place this morning, if the comments by some of the justices aren't an indication of just how important this case is, you only need to hear justice sort of mayor talking about how this is going to set civil rights back and so forth. There's a lot of rhetoric that is being applied to this topic. And I hang on a second. I just want to be clear. That's what it is. It's rhetoric. So legally speaking, it's crap. It is crap. And it is offensive to me that you have Supreme Court Justices who are spreading garbage. In other words, you can have any opinion you want, but it has nothing to do with the law. And that is where we are. I want people to understand that this is not about opinions. This is about what the law says. And so when you have no legal argument, it seems to me, you do things like this, but that's exactly right. I find myself being really disgusted because I actually expect better from Supreme Court Justices. They don't have to agree with me, but I expect them to actually behave like a Supreme Court Justice. And when they spew rhetoric like this, it's really foul. I mean, it's just, in my book, it's like cheating. It's like somebody saying like, yeah, he hit a home run, but he cheated. He did something. Let's just play by the rules. The rules are the constitution and the law. And if you have an argument and you can make an argument or you have questions relevant, great. If not, what are you there? You're a cheerleader, you're a politician. So I just want to be really clear because I think a lot of times people who are against abortion, like we are, they fall into the same trap. Folks, this is not about our opinions. This is about the law. And the law is something we need to take very seriously. I don't need to. If the constitution says there's a right to abortion, I don't need to like it. But if the constitution doesn't say there's a right to abortion, if there's nothing there, and you are somebody that likes the idea of abortion, you've got to find another way. You can't pretend that you can use the law. And let's draw a very important clarification on what you just said, because for the last 30 years, basically since roe V wade was first litigated. Democrats figured out progressive leftists. Let me not say Democrats because there have been conscientious pro life Democrats over the years. There have been people that have had common sense that were democratic leaning in terms of some of their votes. But in terms of the people that have really pushed the progressive liberal agenda, they discovered something with the roe V wade case that they kind of began to implement. And really, the left has come to use it as the backstop. Republicans go around and conservatives go around and they try to get elected and they try to say, we're going to write legislation and we're going to get it signed and passed into law through the legislative process. And the president will sign in, it will become law, and it may be tested by the courts, but it's going to be it's going to be done that way. Democrats have known for a long time that most of their ideas are so insanely unpopular that there's no way they'd ever get a legislative quorum to be able to pass them. So what do they do? They simply have the courts make the adjudications that they want from the bench on different cases that challenge existing law. And they've used this method ever since roe V wade kind of codified it and said, hey, look, you can get away with this..

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The Eric Metaxas Show

05:46 min | 6 months ago

"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"They march him out to make his speeches. He reads a few things. He takes a question from a predetermined list of people who have already they already know are going to be safe and then they march him back in so he can go take his nap. At the end of the day, that's not what being president is supposed to be. I don't think so and I think the rest of the country doesn't think so either. We're going to be right back. We've got just about three or four minutes left with Kevin McCullough. We're going to be right back with him. This is Alban saint our sitting in for Eric metaxas, who will be back next week. It's exciting week is coming up next week as well. And of course, Thanksgiving, right? You can't forget that. So we all take a breather here in the country. So we will be back in just about three or four minutes. Stay tuned. Lovers. And they were of you across the floor. But they always seem to fade away when you're daddy taps on the door. Angie girl are you all right? Aha, the weekend is here. We have just about four and a half minutes or so with the show. The ark metaxas show I'm Alban sedar sitting in and Chris heims is here as well. You know what? He has a question for Kevin McCullough. Chris, you want to ask that big question? Yeah. Hey, Kevin, just wondering, what's your favorite moment of the week? You know, that's a great question. My 11 year old recently has really been into memes and he doesn't understand them. So he's doing them wrong. So he'll read about him or see him on YouTube and then he'll come in and say, hey, dad, can I tell you a meme? I'm like, well, you don't really tell me. You're supposed to see him their visual. There's some sort of joke. He goes, no, but then he'll explain it to me, and then after he explains it to me, it's funny I kind of laugh and pat him on the head and send him his way. And he feels like he's accomplished something very, very significant. Well, I do like a good meme. And I love it, particularly when people use very, very smart methodologies and ingenious, creative concepts to troll the people that they're trolling with memes that are quite effective. And I just loved the fact that this week, when we were talking about the mandates, and we're talking about employer mandates in the president wants to use private companies to enforce medical choices upon their employees that are not the employees choice the choices, but instead the really the administrations through a bureaucratic process into a company being forced down upon them. It sounds like just nihilism dictatorship to me, but I'm probably off on that. But anyway, I just love the fact that some of these governors are fighting back and they're not taking it. And we've all seen the emergence of this phrase, let's go Brandon, which is really a way of asking Joe Biden to please leave the stage and putting that in family safe terms. So this week, one of those governors decided to openly in an open presentation, sign the bills that had been passed in his state, so that he could say, like, we're not following the federal guidelines on the vaccine mandates. We're going to keep our people free. You're not going to mandates aren't going to be effective here. And so he held this signing ceremony and the governor was mister desantis in Florida, and he went to a little town called Brandon, Florida. To have the signing ceremony for the limitation of the vaccine mandates. For the state of Florida, and he talked about freedom and he talked about government overreach, and he did it from Brandon, Florida. Wow, which was that is really my favorite moment of the week. Very funny. That's a masterstroke there. Not bringing attention to it. Just doing it, letting the little Brandon image on the bottom of the screen shine through as they talked about. And just in time for Christmas, they have let's go Brandon Christmas ornaments. My favorite part of the let's go Brandon controversy is that it allows all of us of good conscience and who desire to have clean vocabulary and clean minds to tell the president what we actually do think of his harmful policies towards our families and towards our lives. And so I'm all in favor of let's go Brandon anytime we can. It's just I just think it's a wonderful thing that we've been given. And it was given to us by the liberal media that was trying to cover up the stuff on behalf of the president. So it's kind of their own making that they gifted back to us to be able to use. Yeah, yeah, and the woman that actually came up with the phrase, you would think she'd be like suing people that are making those Christmas ornaments. Hey, that's my friend. Absolutely. Oh, boy, it's going to be some Christmas, some new year's and some, well, some Thanksgiving next week. Hey, we're heading into a big weekend because people can relax and then next week is kind of like a blow off week. And we're wrapping up this weekend right now with the Eric metaxas show. I've been sitting in for the last couple of days. I've been saying our Chris heims is also been floating around here. Kevin McCullough, want to just thank you for being the last guest of the week, a very big week. And thank you for your insights. You got it. Let's go Brandon..

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"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm taking care of things. Yeah. I don't know that Joe Biden plays into this much at all today. I think this is going to be handled by Kenosha for Kenosha. And I think that's the way it should be. I also think that the media got this story kind of wrong from the outset because they were playing it up with the potential for violence and the reaction. They were covering this like Kenosha was Chicago or Detroit or LA. Interesting thing about it is Kenosha is basically a farm suburb. It's a big university school town, but that's about it. And there's some differences in those. We can talk about that more. I don't care. Yeah, we're going to pick up on that this whole subject here with Kevin McCullough right after this break I'm Alban saint our sitting in for Eric metaxas today. Hey folks, I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth. Talbott have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back, hip or knee pain, 1995, about $1 a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month if it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older, or the three week quick start.

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The Eric Metaxas Show

07:34 min | 8 months ago

"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Mccullough kevin you were just saying it goes deeper than that while you were talking about abortion some of the kind of the typical things that democrat administrations have advanced within the last twenty. Four hours of the administration has put forward this idea that they want to monitor your bank account if you have as little as six hundred dollars in it they want to know every penny you spend. They're asking the irs for permission to be able to track. Does anybody understand if you how will this is. does anybody understand. This is beyond belief. This is i mean this is like totalitarianism. how dare they. I will never use a bank. I will keep my money in cash in silver in in in coffee cans in the bay mattress kidding. This is this is not acceptable. And then you couple that with all of the abuse of executive powers that states exerted during pandemic and things like vaccine passports where you're allowed travel or access based on a card that you carry think about this in the electronic digital age to know where you are every second to know exactly how much money you're spending to know every basically decision you're making through the tracing of where you go and you decide to spend money on. They want absolute inside in control of everything and your license china. Add to that the idea that they don't want parents even protesting at schools where they're teaching curriculums that teach our kids to be racists. Add to that that they've asked our kids to report to them if we say something or do something that seems toward their agenda. When we're at home. Eric is not soft. It is not overstating the case. We are looking at some massive in times prophetic massive control of society as a whole and it will be the church. It will be people of conscience and i include in the church. The people that the holy spirit hasn't gotten hold of yet but that are in the process of waking up because as we know god's sovereignty cannot be interrupted but this agenda this administration this this this game plan that they laid in place it is the bare naked version. Of this that i've ever witnessed. Yeah and we've we've got to. We've got to be counted now. Well this is. Obviously what i keep saying and keep saying and it's funny because the more time passes the less embarrassed i feel about comparing what we're going through to. What germany was going through in the thirties. They had no idea where this was headed. They had no idea. I mean anybody who knows history has to understand. The german people flat out had no idea in thirty three thirty four thirty five thirty six thirty seven. They had no clue where this is going. And if you think that your morally superior to them. I'm telling you unless you are fighting with all your might and main now you were exactly doing what they did to allow these horrors to unfold. Because hitler and say i'm evil follow me. He did all kinds of good things and gave lip service to the church and god but people who had is to see and ears to hear people like bond offer they said no. We see where this is going. We promise you if you do not stand up now tomorrow. You won't be able to stand up. And i said the same thing that if you don't spend your money now i can say it again give to eighty f- metaxas talk dot com. If you don't give your money to those people who are fighting on the frontlines tomorrow because those people weren't able to fight that fight sufficiently. You won't have that money. The government is going to determine. I mean if they want to know our bank accounts up to six hundred dollars. I just i have no way to comprehend that level of oversight it is evil. I mean say it's evil because where it's going is as you might as well put a bullet in the head of uncle. Sam or lady liberty. This is the death of america unless we fight against this stuff but these encroachments are incremental. I mean and the fact that they've suggested it here whether or not they get past this time or not. You know that. It's on the agenda for next time. When leftism is allowed to have an inch it takes two feet and when you give it to feed it takes fifteen yards and it it it just never knows boundaries in stays within them always wants more and so it. You're seeing a more aggressive tone now. Because they truly believe eric. I think that that they are going to be able to fix elections going forward. I do believe that they think they're not going to be seriously challenged. And that's why states. Like north carolina michigan wisconsin arizona virginia pennsylvania. You're gonna have to really fight to get your state election laws straight. You're going to have to undo all of those goofy things that you allowed to be put in place prior to twenty twenty elections. You gotta get rid of drop boxes at every corner in the inner city and every fifteen miles in the country. You've got to do things in such a way that you you have confidence that that election is going to be honest because they are not going to play an honest game they are going to try to fix it because this is the this is the long term of what they want to see. America become. It's just it's so extraordinary. Look we all make mistakes. We all vote for people that later on we regret we all say noted for imperfect people kanter people. But i mean. We've all voted for people that that later on. We say you know. I had no idea they were going to do this. Do that folks. It's okay to be wrong as long as you are willing to say. I was wrong and you can change direction. We're living in a time right now when the the hate of donald trump and the people who voted for him. You know the great unwashed walmart shoppers that it's okay to spit on because they're white probably right. That kind of hatred led to people doing anything that was the opposite even if it cost lives so when you feel when when you hear about doctors saying i will not prescribe ivermectin hydrochloric win because trump and his people said that it was good. I thought to myself you're you're actually willing to let people die. I don't want to accept that. Except now i've been forced to accept that now and i can't believe that in my country the greatest country in the world there are people dying because of hatred because of a tribalism that is exactly like the racism that that hated jews in the thirties and that hated blacks in the south and treated that. It's the same kind of hatred. god doesn't really care. What kind of hatred is hatred is hatred it is wicked and it leads to death and the idea that people are going to hospitals. And they're not getting what we know would help them. I mean i'm taking ivermectin prophylactically. Now right i say that just to trigger. Some people want to write an essay about it. I want to do. What's right for me and my family. The idea that our leaders people in in in health departments and whether at nih cdc. I mean what do you make of the resignation of francis collins. Do you know about that. Oh.

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"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:10 min | 11 months ago

"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Exact opposite. We're going examine these. When we come back folks talking to kevin mccullough gentlemen i return to my conversation with the poster. Damase or kevin mccullough kevin. You're just saying that as you go down the list. The biden administration and i say that in quotes of course is you know issue by issue. really doing things dramatically at odds with what the average american including a democrat voters would want so. Let's go well. Let me just pick a handful of them. First of all with the emergence of critical race theory and the kind of non-involvement of the government on a certain level of the george floyd aftermath and kind of the ignoring of the violence. That happened there but over highlighting the supposed violence of january sixth. You have sent very mixed messages into every major urban metro in the country. Police are undermined. Laws are undermined. Recklessness and lawlessness pervade. And who is stuck in the middle most of the time the most the people that are most at risk are minority communities that live in the very neighborhoods where the police were used to help enforce law and keep people safe the binding administration's approach to saying and they hold this big news conference last week about stopping violent criminal activity in america. And what does the sub total of that press conference turn into. He wants to take legally owned firearms away from law abiding citizens who legally own the firearms that they own that makes no sense and has nothing to do with the issue of defunding police relaxing punishment criminal activity in doing the types of things that has encouraged this spike in crime in in the growth of crime. That's just one and it's just one small in how with his slogan who cares what happens to the poor i mean isn't isn't that it it. In other words whatever he needs to do to shore up his radical leftist base. If the poor suffer who cares. He doesn't care. It's kind of obvious that they think look. Yeah they'll suffer but You know in thirty years when it's marxist utopia they'll suffer a little bit less. I mean they don't seem to care about the day to day fact that if you live in a deluxe apartment in the sky like me or anybody else don't have to worry about this but everybody who lives in most of the bronx or brooklyn or queens their lives become hell and de blasio and most of the blue state Mayors and governors and the bite administration. They clearly don't care. I mean what do you make that that they don't care what. what are they doing. Well and i argue in the piece that we're discussing at townhall dot com. That the purpose of all of this is to do something very simple. It's to amass more power to To gather more resources to assume more resources and to assert more punishment over those who disagree with them so it's threefold they want to gain and keep political power. They want to a access as much of the natural resources monetarily. Speaking that they can and they wanna use all of that as kind of a laser-guided focused to punish those that that stand in their way or disagree with them and we're seeing this on multiple levels of of different Parts of government in different parts of of how. They're executing their agenda when and let me just bring up another one very simple. Last week i had on my show a mother daughter Four hundred meter athletic duo. The the mom has competed and it has coached the olympic track level of athletes. Her daughter's a sixteen year old. That ran in her first high school. Four hundred meter meet this last year. Both have had to compete against transgendered women which are biological men. The mom actually won her race by just a handful of seconds but the daughter would have won her race by a mile she was. She was firmly out in the lead as a sixteen year old competing against all ages of high school athletes. But the boy who was competing in their division as as a girl beat her by a mile and the point of all of this was that it wasn't that long ago in this country liberals actually led the chart but but evangelicals and church people in some conservatives got on board as well and said no no no women and men are equal but they are different. They deserve their own rank of competition. They deserve to compete against those that they are like. They deserve to compete in a competitive environment. If you line up men and women against each other the man is going to win that race. Most of the time and the mom who won her race. Cynthia monteleone her name. She said she said in in in any. You know sphere of competition. You may get that one exception. You know where you know. You're going to have a very extraordinarily gifted woman that could beat one man. Who's not as good as what he can do. But you take the best. Wnba player of all time. And you put them against michael jordan of all time and you're not gonna it's not going to be a close competition michael jordan's gonna win one on one against that player every single time. I mean in tennis. It was billie jean king. They had to get an old retired guy. That couldn't do anything to bobby riggs. Nineteen seventy-three the sexes. It was a joke. I mean he was an old man and you know he did really really well but this look i mean she almost lost but doesn't this almost get just sill even discussing this. Most american doesn't understand that. This is an outrage. Anybody with a brain with commonsense understands this is an outrage to have your daughter kill herself to practice and practice and train and train and train and get beat by a dude who claims to be a woman. It really just proves the the craziness but americans are somehow letting this happen. School leaders school board leaders Superintendents of schools. They're letting this happen isn't some them. I don't blame the confused young man. Actually there's two things. I wanna hit in that response because two things are happening One is that parents across the board are starting to speak up and not and not take this anymore. You've seen in loudon. Virginia on the critical race theory issue. Just the last couple of weeks School board meetings where parents have lined up by the hundreds. They are unloading on these school boards..

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"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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"mccullough" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Metaxas. Show with your host eric taxes. Folks what our too many of you think. Our one was tough to top. Many of you think it was pretty crazy. The way i talked to charlie kirk and and yet I think in our to. We're going to blow your minds again. Folks get ready to have your mind blown because my guest on the program knows all tells all votes predominance votes traumas. Welcome to the program. Thank you eric. It's good to be here. Hey the guy. Otherwise known as kevin. Your real name is kevin kevin. Yeah you some muscle head named kevin. We just said we wanna talk to this guy. He's an average guy. No you're kevin. How do you say mccullough. that's how i say it. You say mccullum. Ed your staff trained well because when they called through for the tests ahead of time they were like hello. Mr mccullough missing. Mike how eric says oilman kevin listen Where we're friends so we joke around a lot but you are a news guy you or a pundit you follow politics more closely than any of us around here so since this is the show about everything we like to touch on politics. Sometimes we've been touching on an awful lot in the last six or so months but Two days ago or how many days ago on my birthday you wrote an article at townhall dot com which deals with something that i've been talking about in thinking about the title of your article at townhall dot com. Kevin mccullough is why whoever is running biden is more dangerous than marks. And we don't mean any of the marx brothers. We mean crawl marks. So your thesis is that biden who pretends to be the president united states. All even though he wasn't elected nonetheless he is not actually running the country. let's start there. Is that not dramatically unconstitutional for the person living in the white house claiming to be the president to not be the one leading the country. What do you mean when you say this well. I'm not really making that argument in this column and certainly You know we're watching what's going on in arizona. Were watching what's going on. In other places where audits are on their way if they're not already underway and i think that the final chapter of twenty twenty has yet to be written. I think there's going to still be more to be said. And and certainly we know people. Mike lindell and others that Have possession of of things that they want out on the public record as well. I guess the starting point for me on this column. Is that whether we buy into any of that or not. We are stuck functionally with a figurehead at the top of the totem pole. Here in america. That i don't think on a day-to-day basis can decide. What flavor jello. He wants his lunch. Break much less the day-to-day policies that he's kicking out. Okay over and over. But that's really. My question is that let's forget about election fraud. Let's forget about the fact that i don't believe he was elected. Let's just forget about it. And let's pretend he was elected. Let's say he's running the country except your thesis in this article is that he's not and then you go on from there but what. My question was is that not unconstitutional. And those if you found that. Fdr is in a coma. And that eleanor And i don't know dean atchison. Somebody is running the country and it's not. Fdr whom people elected that is unconstitutional. That is an abrogation of the contract between the voters and their leaders. Are you suggesting that or you claiming that that's where we are today with biden. Yes not in a very scientific way. But that's the premise. That i'm starting so get past that premise. Where what are we supposed to do with that. In other words it seems to me that we need to say. oh well. isn't that something that requires action. I mean if we found out that if the ours in a coma and that people we did not elect or running the country. What are we supposed to do. Well yes and no and let me let me clarify that on on on one point you know one of the arguments when people were when people were debating on the first trump election and i dealt with a lot of evangelicals and others in the space that had a lot of concerns about an untested person named donald trump. They didn't know how he was going to be on the life issue. They didn't know what he was going to be on the judges issue. They didn't know where he was going to be on religious freedom. We hadn't had a chance to see any public policy and one of my arguments to those people. Were especially down the stretch after ted. Cruz is finally eliminated. One of my arguments was hey. It's not just a president that gets elected with the president in. This is kind of a soft hat tip to the parliamentarian ways of Of england but to to his credit you bring in an entire administration so it's not just the president but he selects a cabinet and vice president and advisors in there's depending on which guys in office there may be more of certain types of advisors and less of others and that may switch in the next administration. But you're electing not just one person that makes all the executive decisions although you would like to have confidence that whoever you have put in that primary position is going to make good decisions. And it's really. And i wanted people to see the host of people that trump had around him lots of believers that i knew personally were were involved in his early establishment of his government to to some degree whether or not biden cheated states cheated. Anybody else cheated. He still came to power with a cadre of people around him. And yes my starting place on this in this column is that whether it's him for sure or that cadre kind of overwhelming him and he's just going along with it. We have elected a group of people that are making decisions that we have never seen made on this kind of mass scale before and none of them are normal. None of them fall. Within the realm of reason none of them fall within the realm of science and on almost every single point of governance they have abandoned. The basic premise of america morality. The view of god. And what any of that means by way of day to day light. Okay but most of the never trumpers were arguing during the campaign that the most important thing for the survival of america was getting rid of donald trump and that biden and company would be moderate and it would be better than than trump so. Are you suggesting that folks like david. French were tragically mistaken. Yes and i think. They range from tragically mistaken to arrogantly defiant. And i would put david french in the more tragically mistaken category but there were people that were never trump. That just wanted to hurt the former president. There were people that were never trump that held philosophical disagreements and said i can't i can't get on board with him because of this and the poor suffer for generation who cares. I think that's really the logic behind it. So you know if the underclass is crushed as long as trump as a price. That's the most important you even said. Just now eric in that last question that that they said that the moderates would be in control that it wouldn't the damage wouldn't be that great. We've had six months of the new administration. It is the farthest thing from moderation that the government has ever seen and it is the fastest track to extremism that. We've ever had kevin. How did i know that in advance. Why in my old french did i know vis and you knew this. We knew this. We knew this there was no question in my mind so the fact that this has now happened. You know part of me wants to say ha but it's just too sad to say ha ha. This is something that i warned against and you warned against and others warned against because we knew that the consequences are s- are devastating especially for the poor and working classes in america. If you care about them that's why you were obliged to vote for trump. you could hate trump but but his policies at worst were good. I can make that very argument eric. In places that you normally don't think of that argument being made for instance in the lives of unborn children that we have gone to places that were far worse than we could have imagined in the lives of the of the need to be compassionate for illegal immigrants. this administration has hurt those people worse than the trump policies could of ever dreamed of hurting them. And if and it's just you pick almost any policy point that they have pressed in the first six months pick it out of the clear blue sky when examining closely. We almost the.

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