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Will Joe Biden Be the Democrat Nominee?

The Charlie Kirk Show

52:21 min | 9 months ago

Will Joe Biden Be the Democrat Nominee?

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As many of you know there has been growing accusations against former vice president. Joe Biden in regards to Terry a former Senate staffer sexual assault allegations pretty serious allegations and this has been a slow drip. It's an in the words of Ernest. Hemingway it's happened gradually than suddenly all of a sudden. We have top Democrats asking. The question is by going to be our nominee. Whe- has been so amazing for me to see out of this in the last couple of days and watching the weekend. Shows is the incongruent response from Democrats. They have not been all getting behind Joe Biden. They have not been just categorically getting behind him saying the stuff they used to say with Bill Clinton saying Oh that's all nonsense and throwing it out the window. A lot of this is because the left has gone all in. Think of it as a poker game. They've gone all in on the METOO NARRATIVE. There is no room for debate or dialogue or disagreement is just me to or bust and so to try to dispel some of these accusations. Someone and Joe Biden's campaign thought. It'd be a good idea to put. Joe Biden on television knowing where Joe Biden currently. That's a really bad idea. Putting Joe Biden in an unscripted format where he could be asked any question. Anytime is a really really bad idea on not trying to trivialize whatever issue he might be dealing with but there's something not right about his mental cognitive ability. He struggles to make coherent sentences. He's obviously going through a great amount of effort just to try to put together. Coherent thoughts. You almost winces when he has to talk and again. I'm not trying to trivialize that. I'm not trying to say that we should make fun of that. I'm just saying it's actually very serious. So they decided to put Joe Biden on television. Which again is not the best strategy at all and they decided to put him up against. Mika Brzezinski Mika Brzezinski. I think is now engaged or married to Joe Scarborough. Joe Scarborough is the anti-trump allegedly Foam Republican. Who used to serve in? Congress hosts the show at six am whoever's watching on NBC at six Am Eastern. I guess watching a Mika and Joe talk about how much they hate trump and how the country would be better under President Barack Obama and that show actually used to be somewhat semi watchable in the Obama years. It's become it's become unwatchable television and so I bet the Joe Biden campaign said well. Who Do we have? Who's a woman who could really help you out of this? Joe Who would get kind of an Atta boy and take it easy on you and Joe Biden thinking too long years past when Mika Brzezinski used to be a pseudo democratic operative said Oh morning. Joe Now maybe Joe is maybe maybe. Joe Biden was thinking morning. Joe There'd be easy on me because I'm Joe Biden. I'm not exactly sure the thought process but was so telling to me during this interview was how hard music. Brzezinski was on Joe Biden. She did not let up in fact for her. I would give her a B and a B for Mika Brzezinski is like screaming a plus for the activist generalist media community. I mean it's like off the charts town attend one hundred percent because I expected her to be like Joe. There's all these unfounded unsubstantiated allegations push forth by fringe conspiracy conservatives. What you have to say about that. Instead she was very direct. She was very prosecutorial almost as if she was trying to almost make a case against Joe Biden. Dare I say Mika Brzezinski the first form of honest journalism that I've seen against Joe Biden a long time now by the way. I'm not getting on the Mika Brzezinski Train. I'm not saying that she's all of a sudden found had some newfound integrity. No no no what everyone is missing and few were talking about is what this really means. Mak- presents did not do this without permission from the higher ups of NBC Universal and Comcast. Mika Brzezinski did not do this on her own. Mika Brzezinski had many editorial meetings Mika Brzezinski talked her higher ups and the executives and they said for ratings and maybe an ulterior democratic agenda. You need to go hard on Joe Biden and this begs. The question is Joe Biden. Going to be the nominee. The New York Times editorial just recently came out with a piece that said it's time for Democrats to consider plan so I want to actually play the tape of Joe Biden getting cross examined by Mika Brzezinski and Migos was very firm on him and there is a five or six seconds of just awkward. Theri very uncomfortable. Silence between Joe Biden Meeker Brzezinski. Play TAPE WHY NOT APPROVE. A search of her name in those records through search of her name. Yes and we're the only thing that might be related to Tara Reid. In the University of Delaware records there is nothing they wouldn't. They're not there and if I you know I don't understand what you're the point you're trying to make the definition the point. I'm trying to make is that. You are approving and actually calling for a search of the national archives records of making pertaining to Tara read. I'm asking why not do the same in the University of Delaware records which have raised questions because they were supposed to be revealed to the public and then they were sealed for a longer period of time. Why not do it for both sets of records because the material in the universe should Delaware has no personnel files? It has but it does have a lot of confidential conversations that I had with the president about a particular issue that I had with the heads of state of other places that that would not be something that would be revealed while I was in public office or while I was seeking public office. It's just stands reason the best of my knowledge. No one else has done that either. And I'm just talking about her name not anybody else in those records a search for that nothing classified President or anybody else. I'm just asking why not do a search for Tara Reid's name in the University of Delaware records? Look me who who who. Who does that search so again? This tells me one of two things. This tells me that there is a true Democrat effort to try to get Joe Biden to no longer be the nominee. They know that he's not all there. And they are going to use. Tear read accusation to completely remove Joe Biden now as a trump supporter and someone who loves America. I actually fear that this might be happening too fast. I actually think that this should be something. She happening in September or October. In fact I think that if we were actually to make this full mounted attack against Joe Biden under the Tara Reid accusations this should be something that should be like an October. Surprise the fact that this is happening in May during the corona virus could play. Joe Biden's hands the second thing that it might tell me about me. Brzezinski is that somebody coordinated with her to go hard on Joe Biden but not ten out of ten go nine at ten and then Joe Biden can bounce some female vice president and that can just wash away. The sins they can say. Oh those are those are old allegations. And they aren't true those are just those have been dismissed. They are not. They're not they're no longer corroborative. Already been through this and dismiss it as if it's old news so tells me one of those two things so she did do a tough interview against Joe Biden but she didn't actually ask the most important questions. So here's five questions that should have been asked of Joe Biden now again. I expected presents you to do the old old Obama routine where they used to say. How does it feel to be president? I mean Brock. Obama used to have to feel the most ridiculous questions as president. What shows do you like to watch? How difficult is it because of all the conservatives attacking that's what I expected coming Presents you to Joe Biden and I was actually refresh to see some form of journalism done. But here's five very simple questions that Mika should've asked him and the activists leftist journalists need to ask of Joe by number one. Why did CNN delete the episode from their archive of Larry King? Live were terrorists. Mother called in complaining about Joe Biden. One thousand nine hundred three. Why is that why did CNN almost act as pseudo auxiliary of the Democrat National Committee and delete that tape? No one has answered that at all question to what about the fourteen other? Accusers OF JOE. Biden. That's right fourteen other now. Not all of them are accusing him of assault. But a lot of them are accusing him of uncomfortable heavier. And it creates a pattern a fact pattern and a trend. No questions about that question. Three what about the double standard in the media especially when it comes to how CNN and MSNBC or the New York Times The Washington Post covered. Cavanaugh and Terry's accusation has much more corroborating evidence to back up their claims. So just so we're clear. The activists leftist journalist quote Unquote generalist. They're perfectly fine with destroying an innocent man's life of accusations that have no merit no basis from high school despite a sterling and perfect career in the White House and then as a circuit court judge. They're fine with destroying that man's life but as soon as a Democrat wants to be vice president of the United States and there is a credible accusation against him from the time that he was in the Senate all of a sudden they have to just dismiss that question number four. What makes Joe Biden more believable than Brad Kavanagh? In fact there are zero. That's right zero videos of Brett Cavanaugh. Fondling little girls there. There's minutes of footage of Joe Biden and very uncomfortable footage of him touching young women. Minors what makes it more believable Joe by needs to pal around with Ted Kennedy? The entire activist media gave Ted Kennedy a complete total pass after he left. That women. Die. After your let that woman die and Chappaquiddick to Joe Biden pal around Ted Kennedy and not engaged some of that behavior. We don't know question five. What makes Tara Reid less believable than Christine blase Ford Tara? Reid worked for Joe Biden. Joe Biden was a US. Senator Christine blase. Ford was a high school student. That had no corroborating evidence. That didn't even tell her friends couldn't remember where it happened or when it happened yet she was treated as if this accusation was a couple of weeks old and that it was perfect and sterling. Do you know what a big difference between Tara Reid and Christine blase. Ford terror read filed a police report. Christine. Blase FORD. Never filed a police report. So to be honest with you as a trump supporter. I'm not convinced this is a good thing for us. I'm not convinced that this whole Terry discussion right now is great. Am I enjoying watching it? Of course I love seeing leftists squirm and have to defend their own double standards at the left didn't have double standards. They would standards at all. I love seeing the left. Trying to defend the indefensible. I love seeing the left. Have to prove that. Truth is not a left-wing value. I enjoy all of that. But for the goal of trying to get president trump reelected. This is not happening at the best possible time. It is not happening at the operative time and number two and might dismiss this altogether as a discussion point coming into the fall and I think Joe Biden is very beatable. I think Joe Biden is the most corrupt most confused candidate to run for the United States. History even more corrupt than Hillary Clinton. That's right even more corrupt than Hillary Clinton one point five billion dollars in the Chinese Communist Party the dealings with Ukraine. What his brother did in Iraq with other brother did after the two thousand eight financial crisis there are so many questions about how Joe Biden used the instruments of influence around the United States. The Treasury to make himself and his family rich. Now Mind you. The Democrat. National Committee is simply going to say we have to let the American people decide just like with president trump. And they're going to try to dismiss these accusations. You did say that with Justice Brad. Kavanagh what you did with Judge Cavin on Justice Cava. We drew a line in the sand. And we said we will remember this. And Guess What? We're not going to let you guys get off easy with this. You're not because you made us for weeks. Defend an honorable man against baseless accusations when you were running millions of dollars attack ads just because you wanted to have more abortions in America. That's what Cavanaugh was about. Basically Brett Cavanaugh was pro-life or at least he was in the direction of prolife policy. And you and the committed groups narrow and planned. Parenthood wanted to stop his nomination. All costs and camera Harris and Kirsten Gillibrand and Nancy Pelosi. And all of you. That went after judge. Cavanaugh your silence on Joe Biden. Guess what it's actually destroying your own base because a lot of the activists in the metoo movement are now more upset with the Democrat party than ever before. I have no love lost for that but I do ask. The question is Joe Biden GonNa be the nominee. There's two schools of thought here. They're getting out of the way they want to take the cough syrup and get through it because they think it'd be better on the other side of it or there is a true plan to get rid of Joe Biden. Why is amazingly beatable? I think president trump will be Joe Biden. And maybe put someone in that has higher favorability ratings. Who can actually put together a sentence and whose son did not sell us out to America's greatest enemy. Are you guys being crushed by the cartel the colleges? Are you worried that Joe Biden is going to jeopardize your current student loan situation? Do you have a son or daughter? Granddaughter that is suffering under student loan debt. Well I wanNA tell you. About credible dot com credible dot com is an online marketplace. That gets you prequalified student. Loan refinancing rates from up to ten different lenders. What do they do? They help people get out of student. Loan debt if you've got student loan debt you could benefit with a lower rate. 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Your granddaughter has got to check out. Credible DOT com. It is a marketplace. I put my name behind it. Credible dot com slash Charlie speaking of the election coming up in November a huge push by the Democrats. Right now as mail in voting. I was watching president. Trump's terrific townhall on Fox News and I was watching advertisement after advertisement by left wing advocacy groups to try to pass mail in voting. Democrats are trying to use the China virus to Ram through one of their longest held pipedreams mail in voting for so I just find this perplexing that Democrats they want to regulate everything in your life. They want to regulate where your kids go to school. They want to regulate if you can buy a weapon or not a firearm. Which a constitutional right they want to regulate your speech. They want to regulate how much money you can earn. They want to regulate whether or not you leave your house. They want to regulate if you can go to your second home in Michigan they want to regulate if you can kayak they wanna put sand and skateboarding parks yet. The one thing that they just seem so lazy fair with the one thing that they just don't want to regulate the one thing that they don't want to grow government in fact they just say Oh. We just have to distribute ballots in every single direction despite dead people illegals and everything else happening out. There is voting now this is a poll from USA. Today it says Americans overwhelmingly support vote by mail. Push okay. I think that's a very misleading. Poll it says but re Republicans more wary first of all I. I don't know how they asked the question. I'm sure they I'm sure people answer by. I think some people should be able to vote absentee so the New York Times published a piece that kind of contradicted itself and its own piece. It was almost a cell phone by the New York Times where they said. Trump is pushing a false argument to vote by mail fraud. And here are the facts but then in the same story if you keep on reading. Here's the key line experts. Say That The mail in voting system is more vulnerable to fraud than voting in person. Yeah that's the whole point. Ask Yourself why is this? Why are Democrats so motivated to ram this through well because it helps them win more elections? Look we talked about this a lot in the Charlie Kirk show. I'm going to talk about this with Congressman Crenshaw so make sure you guys are subscribed on the Charlie Kirk show which is all the left cares about is power the the number one thing that the left cares about is assuming more political power. It's going to help them win more elections. That's it mark. Hunting way over at realclearpolitics highlighted the most troubling truth about vote by mail. He said between two thousand twelve or two thousand eighteen twenty eight point. Three million mail in ballots. Remain unaccounted for. That's right twenty eight point. Three million mail in ballots remain unaccounted for according to data from the Federal Election Assistance Commission. The number is likely even higher because some areas in the country notably Chicago. Yeah no kidding. Did NOT RESPOND TO THE FEDERAL AGENCY SURVEY QUESTIONS. Chicago has thrived on voter fraud. Did you know in one thousand nine hundred sixty John Fitzgerald Kennedy Democrat against Richard Nixon Republican the nineteen sixty presidential election won the election simply because of Chicago voter fraud. This is well documented. This well agreed upon by historians and people who lived pot live through it mayor. Daley at the time in nineteen sixty made a secret deal with. Joseph P Kennedy. The father of John Fitzgerald Kennedy to basically rigged the entire election and Chicago. Voter fraud was born. Run by the unions. Run by the mob run by corrupt corrupt interest. Chicago has not changed at all sense. Then would only difference is that they're not as blatant about the fraud that they commit in Chicago now. Obviously not all. Twenty eight million ballots were used for fraudulent purposes voting but that's twenty eight million opportunities. The election. Assistance Commission agrees. That this is a major concern. Here's a little truth that you can go tell your friend right now and look your liberal friends in the eyes and you can say. Did you know voter fraud is real when you have a hundred and twenty million people doing something it is fair to say that. A percentage of that is going to be fraudulent. Would always perplexes me. Is that the left. Says we have to go after all the greedy businesspeople all these loans that are getting out to the P P. Program. People are going to be used that and we have to go after them. We have to go after all the people that are scanning old people with credit cards. We have an by the way I agree that we have to go after all the people that are scanning on pharmaceutical prices and yet when we talk about voting the left axis if everyone acts ethically all the time they act as if there's no criminals back this if there's no-one trying to gain the system so every single talking point from the Left and Elizabeth Warren is the one that bothers me the most because Elizabeth Warren created entire career around creating the consumer financial protection bureau which is a separate wing of the Executive Branch. Which has way too much autonomous to protect consumers. I put that in air quotes protect consumers when in reality it goes after business people unfairly and it punishes them if they dare go into businesses that Czar Elizabeth. Warren does not deem appropriate yet Elizabeth. Warren says we have to go after all the greed and editorial behavior her whole belief system is that there's a lot of bad people in the world and I agree with that and I actually think that the free market system and competitions the best way to make sure that people are treated ethically given the best product possible with sensible government regulation yet when it comes to voting Elizabeth. Warren says voter. Fraud is a myth that there's no such thing as there have been proven. You cannot say that human nature all of a sudden changes when it comes to voting. That people won't lie steal cheat. Fill out fake ballots. If the very same human beings are acting unethically in the marketplace Czar Elizabeth Warren the leftist so philosophically inconsistent. And when it comes to the voter. Id think about this. Democrats would love Corona virus antibody cards they WANNA do content trace testing. They want everyone a car that want to give everyone a vaccine. They WanNa trace everyone but then they won't support voter ID. I mean the very same leftist that want to know everything about your life to say that you have to have a specific amount of antibody card. Yet it's racist to say that you want to have voter. Id cards and by the way. It's not whole idea that voter ID is somehow racist. That's the bigotry of low expectations. You're actually a racist if you believe that if you think that black people are too stupid to go. Get an identification. You are the racist if you think that black people are too dumb to be able to go get a ID card you are. The racist again is the bigotry of low expectations. And it is embedded in the talking points the left and by the way. Here's all the things that Americans actually need an ID four or rated movies driving a car. The bank boarding a plane checking our library book ordering a beer checking into a hotel donating blood picking up a prescription buying cigarettes. All those things require and identification but why shouldn't voting in our election and now the counter-arguments probably know those things are rights. You're right so it's actually more important to show an I D. It's more important to prove your identity when you're trying to exercise an inalienable right then when you're just trying to go get a beer. It's actually the most important point to make sure you are who you say you are when you're trying to do something that people bled to make sure you could do that. People died to make sure that people protested make sure you could do that. That's actually the most important thing to make sure that there's no fraud to make sure that there's no corrupt behavior to make sure that there's no evil seeping into that process. Mail in ballots also enable something called ballot harvesting now. Valid harvesting is that is so borderline illegal and opens the door. It is a gateway to voter fraud. So here's what happens. Is You get a ballot in your house and you might fill it out or you might not fill it out. You might fill out just the president or the congressional. This happened so much in Orange County by the way. Orange County California. It flipped just because of this and so you get a ballot and then a couple of days later you knock on the door. Hello my name. Is Sally Sue? I'm a left winger. Who LOVES ABORTION? Can I have your ballot please? I want to turn it in for you because I take care of it for you. And a lot of people including elderly people and Newfound citizens and Immigrants United States plus Mary. They're like Oh yeah sure. Take my ballot. There is no oversight and there is no guarantee that they are not filling in the remainder of those ballots at all. There's no way for the actual voter to track their vote. There's no way to actually oversee what happens to that ballot. It encourages fraud and look. We know who the left is right now. We know the left is a group of people that tears up speeches after the state of the Union. Which is a violation of the official document provisions of the Federal Government? We know the left Watts three thousand abortions a day. We know the leftist purse perfectly. Fine with having four nationals. Pour INTO OUR COUNTRY. We know the left is perfectly fine with siding with the Chinese Communist Party. Not Us. Are we supposed to act as if they're intentions with vote by mail are perfect course? Not these are power. Hungry Anti Western civilization individuals that want nothing more than a quicker way to get to power. Now Democrat. Senator Amy. Klobuchar didn't really work out well for her when she ran for president and Ron Wyden have proposed a natural disaster an emergency ballot act of two thousand twenty. This bill would allow every eligible voter the opportunity to vote by mail regardless of states governed by mail in ballots. This would get rid of states rights. This would get rid of the tenth amendment. It's very important to point out when it comes to vote by mail. If you care about your vote you should care about other people's votes right. I mean by that because if you care about your expression when you go to vote if you just don't care about the fraud happening on the street it invalidates your vote if you care about your representation and dead people you'll eagles foreign nationals and fake ballots are happening. Well then guess what your vote gets canceled out. For example in Wisconsin. This is back from January. Three Democrats and Wisconsin were held in contempt for refusing to remove names from the voter rolls in Wisconsin. Two hundred thirty thousand names have been ordered to be removed from the rolls. Donald Trump only one Wisconsin by twenty two thousand seven hundred forty eight votes. And so why do you think the Democrats are fighting for this? Did you know back in November? Nine people were arrested in Texas for being part of a voter fraud ring. Falsely claiming to live in addresses so they could sway local elections. They were being paid by Democrat Party leaders. And that was the second major voter fraud bust and Texas in the last two weeks and one more piece of data do you know the United States has three point. Five million more registered voters than living adults so by vote by mail. They would send a ballot to every single registered voter in the country so three three point. Five million more ballots out there than actual human beings to facilitate them your trying to tell me that. The Democrat operatives that are okay with people illegally crossing into our country that are okay with the current status quo the lawbreaking all across America that are literally leading pedophiles and murderers out of prison into the streets of California. You're trying to tell me that they're not gonNA use those ballots as a way to try to assume more power a California. Dnv was audited in Fresno California for Mishandling Voter voter-registration for twenty three thousand drivers. They double registered seventy seven thousand others and issued voter registration two sixteen-year-olds changing party registration without voter approval. All of this behavior if allowed to go without challenging would invalidate. Your vote would invalidate every single. Vote of people. You care about if you care about the future of America and you care about the First Amendment you should reject vote by mail demand voter. Id reject vote by mail and assertively make sure that the Democrats do not pull off. The greatest change of our electoral system would be nothing more than another leftist power. Grab getting in shape. 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California Texas Georgia to just name a few California's a lot of protests happening there for good reason. And as this lockdown is beginning to wind down I I want to recap some the biggest heroes and villains so who made it worse and who stood strong. So here's one of the worst villains mayor Bill de Blasio so first of all someone in his communications department should have said. Hey Don't send a message to the Jewish community threatening arrest specifically targeted to just Jewish community. He did this trying to break up a funeral in Hasidic Jewish community and it went over awful just really really bad. He showed an awful double standard. His enforcement. New York City Parks were brimming with visitors so strict enforcements seems to be totally discretionary. The blasio bragged about recently reaching milestone of less than four thousand criminals behind bars after releasing more than two thousand over virus fears so he's cool with releasing criminals but when they start raping people. Miss Breaking your homes and they start actually committing crimes. Against is he going to celebrate that as well bill the Blah's Gio is the worst mayor in the history of New York and one of the worst mayors in the history of America. He is an absolute disgrace to one of the greatest cities in the world. And guess what New York is going go into a death spiral because of people like mayor. Bill de Blasio New York City is going to go the way to Detroit because of mayor. Bill de Blasio. New York City is also seen a seventy five percent increase in commercial. Burglaries sense the lockdown March twelfth. Mayor Bill De Blasio. You are a disgrace. How about a hero? We know this governor Christie nome back in the trolley couture archives. Listen to this interview. She could be something more than Governor. One Day folks. She could do something really special. E Mail your thoughts to me freedom at Charlie Kirk Dot com freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com of your thoughts of governor Christie Numb Freedom Charlie Kirk Dot Com. Because I think she has some superstar potential the courageous governor. She stood firm against the mob. It was one of only eight governors to not placer citizens under a draconian home order and the results. Just twenty six hundred confirmed cases of the virus only twenty one deaths at the time of this recording not minimizing twenty when people dying but it still so minimal compared to the national death rates and the National Chinese corona virus totals hero Governor Christie nome villain. Nancy Pelosi I mean. We're even start with her. Let let them eat ice cream. Okay She's Nancy Antoinette obviously modeled after marie-antoinette who used to say to the masses. Let them eat cake which was so unbelievably at touch when it was said back then and to be equally as a touch when Nancy Pelosi stands in front of twenty four thousand dollar refrigerator while the country is shut down in Congress is not at work. She delayed the initial round of P funding. So she could fight for tons of money. You make sure that we terminate more children which what planned parenthood. Does Nancy Pelosi if you want to see her get excited. If you WANNA see Gleeful Nancy Pelosi talk about more human beings being removed from the womb. She gets so fired up. She loves it. More funding for planned. Parenthood she would march in the streets if planned parenthood. Get a billion dollars a year instead of five hundred million dollars a year. She refused to let the final bill pass unless it included things like twenty five million dollars for the Kennedy Center and three hundred fifty million dollars for refugee resettlement. Nancy Pelosi is a total disgrace to America. She is someone that does not love America. That's right Nancy. Pelosi does not love America. She loves ice cream more than she loves. The United States of America. She loves planned parenthood more than she loves. The United States of America. Nancy Pelosi is the worst and the bottom of the barrel of the ruling class. Elites that have destroyed America from within Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's Rhonda Santa's has Taylor to surgical approach to fighting a virus. Say Florida we are going to have him on the Charlie Kirk show very soon. He is a friend of mine. He's someone that's amazing. Despite being the third most populous state in America a state that I'm a resident of and probably a resident of zero percent income tax Florida despite being the third most populous state as of this recording Florida's has the tenth highest number of deaths. Thirteen hundred ninety nine in a state of twenty one point three million and now the beaches are back open in Florida. Rhonda's Santa's you Love Liberty. You get a stamp of approval here on the Kirk show. You also have superstar potential and it's the total villain. I mean she is the wicked witch of the West Governor Whitmer. She is awful. I could do a whole show on her. It is so draconian so backwards. Governor Whitman is a power hungry Marxist she inexplicably bland the sale of gardening goods Sicilian. It's foolish she is prohibited travel to and from people's homes. If you want to spend time in your second house in the upper peninsula despite the fact that it's your property you're not allowed to and it's surprising that even she had the time to enact and enforce these draconian orders between your endless auditions to become the Chinese Communist. Party's selection for the United States. Joe Biden she wants to be the second most revered person for the CCP. Because she wants to be. The Democrat Party's nominee for vice president. Again I spent an entire podcast on her. You can go back in the archives and check it out make sure hit subscribe. Email us at freedom at Charlie Kirk Dot Com. If you're currently in Michigan shoot me a note and tell me how bad she actually is freedom at Charlie Kirk Dot COM. And by the way. It's not a stretch to say that the talking heads on MSNBC OR CNN will be apoplectic to hear Greg Abbott Rhonda. Santa's were using a GOP data firm to mind health data on their citizens which is what she was doing. She contracted with GP van. Which was the leading political technology provider to the Democratic progressive campaigns to collect health data in Michigan enriching the ruling class and political class of the Democrat National Committee hero this whole thing President Donald Trump president trump under his leadership. The curve is flattened he was dealt and impossible handy shot off traveled to China early. And now he's been arguing to reopen America. He made America King of Adelaide. He sent the UN SMS Mercy to California. He built a temporary hospital to the javits center and he sent in the comfort of New York City. He has been a problem solver. All along the way hero President Donald Trump against the Democrat tyrant villains in every single one of these states. We need to look at things. In terms of hero and villain and remember to hold these left wing Marxist anti-american governors and lawmakers accountable. This November do not forget the pain that they inflicted on you. Show up do something about it. Votes not by mail. Unless you have to absentee hold these people accountable. The fight for liberty has never been more important so speaking about the criminals on the loose. What are you doing to protect your home? Are you just hoping that people breaking they won't shatter glass and go after your loved ones? Are you just hoping the criminals on the loose? We'll just gloss over your home or do you want to make sure that your home is secure. 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That has just been so pervasive in the media and that this has gone unchallenged by many people to something that we have to accept that we can't talk about it. We can't cross examine it and I understand the root cause of this talking point. I understand the root cause of this concern because there is some truth there but like most major media lies that truth has just blossomed and it has avalanched into an absolute gross false fake awful and destructive narrative. What is that what this whole idea of the people of Color and Kovic nineteen so? This is from the Boston Globe. I sent this article to our team. I said we have to spend some time on this on the Charlie Kirk show and here's the quote covet. Nineteen is ripped off any cover but still obscures the deep inequalities burdening communities of color in America inequalities. That have been a few months have become too obvious and are too ugly for the rest of us to ignore. Americans at large are now clearly dependent for their sustenance if not their survival on their countrymen of color on recent emigrants and on those different sounding. Names I read that I said well. What are you talking about? So I started dig deeper and I've heard this online and again. Just leave it to Senator Kamala Harris or is it camera. I. It's it's irrelevant. She's not she's not someone who seeks truth which he did to judge cabinet. I don't care if I mispronounce her name for the rest of my political career. She does not deserve a correct pronunciation. Me I don't care. If she's a senator she's a far left wing apparatchik leftist who tried to destroy justice cavs life so therefore. I don't care if it's camel Kabul or come a law I don't care so Senator Kamala Harris. She said this people of Color are being infected and dying from Ron Virus at astounding rates. Who recently introduced the cove in nineteen racial and ethnic disparities Taskforce Boston city councillor? Michelle Wu said. This communities of color bearing the burden of this pandemic have been bearing the brunt of systemic inequalities inequities. I'm sorry since long before cove in one thousand nine. So what is the truth here? First of all. We don't know for sure. The true extent of the illness and death disparities between blacks and whites. Many states and cities don't report based on data and race on the on the pandemic so we don't know but we also know that viruses are racially agnostic. The virus isn't like going after black people's houses more white people houses less. It's silly to say they're trying to say is if the virus is inherently racist. I mean in both Louisiana in Chicago. Statistics show that roughly seventy percent of deaths occurred among blacks even though they are a minority in both of the areas according to US news. So this is where a lot of these talking points are coming from and North Carolina's Mecklenburg County home of Charlotte. The state's largest city black people made up thirty two point nine percent residents but accounted for forty three percent of reported corona virus cases in Michigan State. Health officials reported thirty. Three percent of cases have occurred among blacks or African Americans. Ten percent ten percentage points higher than whites and more than twice the state's percentage of black residents so th this on the surfaces. My goodness absolutely right. That black people are way more disproportionately affected hold on a second. That is not fair and that is not an accurate way to interpret that data at all again. This lie started with a kernel of truth. Like a lot of the big mainstream media activists leftist media narratives do and then it blossomed an avalanche miss. Something completely untrue. Here's the truth. It's not because they are black. The virus is not inherently more deadly for blacks than for whites or Asians. Experts have warned that long standing health disparities between racial groups in the United States such as higher rates of conditions like asthma obesity and diabetes. It's also likely true. That blacks have lower access to health care per capita than whites. Not just likely to know that to be true and many black Americans also hold low wage jobs. That may not possible to be worked from home. So it's more true to say the virus kills a disproportionate amount of poor people not black people and if you think all poor people are black people you're racist the same thing with voter. Id If you think when you think of a poor person if you think of a black person your. The racist person leftist activists on television. There are a lot of poor white people in America too. That are dying of Corona virus. And it's not because southern states are conserved in general have declined to participate in Obamacare. A Lotta people are trying to say. Socialized medicine leads to less hospital beds. Less hospital beds not more since two thousand three sixteen hospitals have closed around New York City. Four in Brooklyn alone. Why because heavily socialized medicine that pays less and requires greater volume to keep doctors and facilities up and running? This hurts New York City during the pandemic and it also has hurt black people just look at Texas. They have one hospital for every fifty thousand people in New York and California both have over one hundred thousand residents per hospital Texas way more free market way more decentralized yet New York and California way more socialized so look framing. This entire thing in terms of race is awful policy and this is so typical the left the left is so hyper fixated on what divides US everything. The left cares about is putting you back into your post. Modern tribal group rich versus poor men versus women but they don't even believe in men versus women because they think a man can instantaneously become a woman if they just believe that there are women. I'm a woman therefore I believe it. That's silly and backwards and foolish. We know that to be true but everything the left cares about is pitting each other against one another. But let's pretend it was true. Let's pretend the virus was something out of the book of Exodus in the greatest book ever to exist and the history of the world the Holy Bible. Let's pretend that the virus actually was selective in what houses it goes to. Let's pretend that it was like the merchant of death at night and only went to black people's homes. Let's pretend that was true? Which of course it isn't because that would be against everything that we know as far as data science of infectious diseases. And why does the left all of a sudden care about things that disproportionately affect black people do not? Black women are more than five times as likely than white women to have an abortion on average. Eight thousand nine hundred seventy six black. Babies are aborted every single day in the United States of America. One Thousand Eight hundred seventy six black babies or board every single day black people make up about thirteen percent of the American population about half of that. Thirteen percent are women law of averages about half of that are infant bearing age about three percent of the. Us population are black. Women that are able to bear children yet they account for forty eight percent of all the abortions in America three percent of the population forty eight percent of the abortions studies show that the black population we thirty six percent larger if it weren't for the sixteen million black babies that were terminated in the womb since nineteen seventy-three so since one is the left actually care about disproportionate pain the left says. Oh this disproportionately affects these communities of color. No but what since? When do you care about that? And just one other example. While African Americans constitute thirty two percent of Georgia's population sixty two point four percent of abortions in Georgia are performed on African American women by contrast whites constitute sixty percent of the Georgia population but only twenty four percent of abortions. Do you think Stacey. Abrams is GONNA blame planned. Parenthood for losing the elections that of voter suppression. I don't think so. Despite black. Birth rates totally flattened. You WanNa talk about a curve. That has been flattened at black birth rates because of population control planned parenthood that has three thousand abortions day in one thousand eight hundred seventy six of them being black babies and so no the virus does not disproportionately impact the black community but at the left was actually honest and they cared about things that did disproportionately impacted their communities. They'd be very they very very vocal. When it comes to abortion so now just breaking Nancy Pelosi suggests that illegal immigrants for nationals illegally domiciled in the United States of America should get a guaranteed minimum income in the next corona virus package so instead of putting criminals back in prisons where they belong instead of taking care of our workers. Twenty seven million people out of work. She wants to give free money to illegal immigrants the the ingrate Ilan Omar from Minnesota. Whose again ingrate. If you look up with the actual word means mean someone who is not thankful ingratitude. She tweeted out that we shouldn't just suspend all mortgages. We should cancel rent and mortgages. Look when you just create money like we have been and we've opened up our central bank the way we have you're going to get shameless. Marxists anti-americans that are going to take advantage of the endless money. Supply that will result in hyperinflation that will result in these awful policy proposals. That means you just cancel rent and mortgages this is so fundamentally dangerous to private property and a Western society congresswoman Ilan Omar. You do not love America. You WANT TO SEE AMERICA BURN. You want to see the fundamental deconstruction country. You want to cancel Renton mortgages. What about the people that work for US Attorney Point? Usa that show up to work on time that have their act together and they've been paying rent and mortgage every single month for their entire life. You should cancel that for the people that can't pay for that. What about the people that have saved? Whatever the people that have invested dutifully for decades. You're talking about the greatest erosion of individual responsibility and individual liberty and the history of America you congresswoman Don Omar. You have no gratitude for the greatest country ever to exist in the history of the world you instead want to see the advancement and the acceleration of the decline and the demise of America suspend all rent and mortgages. What about the small business owners that might own those properties but other people that benefit off the actual rent that you pay? Oh Yeah if you're renting something you must be a villain congresswoman Eline Omar. You are the lowest of the low of Congress even lower than Nancy. Pelosi Rashida to leave Alexandria Kazu. Cortez Ilan Omar all these shameless left wing. Social Justice anti-american Marxist activists are looking at this as an opportunity to use the United States treasury the four trillion dollars that we have created to achieve long held policy goals. That would do nothing but devalues our currency get our generation further in debt and get you closer to end goal which is ultimate power. This is nothing more than a Maquiavelian power. Grab that you and your squad wants to achieve at the expense of our freedom and liberty and guess what we're not gonNA take anymore. We are going to peacefully rebel. We are going to get into the streets. We're going to push back against people like you like whitmer like new semi Cuomo like evers like Pritzker like all of you ruling class tyrants that want to continue to put us in a box and literally not. Let's leave our home to cancel all renton mortgages and create another four trillion. Out of Thin Air. We are not gonNA take it anymore. 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TV couple ties the knot | 11/26/18

Pat Gray Unleashed

1:37:58 hr | 2 years ago

TV couple ties the knot | 11/26/18

"You're listening to Pat gray unleashed on demand. What grade is here on the please radio network. Hope he had a great thanksgiving weekend. Horrible football. We get. My understanding is some football games. You're played. I thought the season it'd been canceled. But I guess not see I did too. I thought it was over. I guess not. No. It was not a good. I think we're owned four collectively you and I between here's BYU falcons Packers. Yes. That's a great football weekend. Sure was. I mean, how do you get up twenty to nothing at the half? Twenty seven to seven is BYU did over Utah the godless animals at Utah. And then you completely stop playing football and just allow them to pass you up, and and beat you. And you're asking a falcons fan how you blow a lead late name like that of big leashed. And it's so unbelievable. Yeah. It's I mean, the the coaches it'd be way you must must be fired. They won't be. But that's that's gotta be the final straw. That's I mean. I mean, they just stopped ages stopped a doing what was that got them to where they were. I don't understand it you record recruited this quarterback. You're playing a freshman quarterback. Now who's good enough to replace a senior? And then what do you do you don't let them throw a pass in the third quarter pretty much? I mean, third and nine and you're on the ball up the middle. Just giving up against one of the by the way, one of the best defense is in the country. The fourth in the nation against the run. Wow. And you keep running it right into the middle of that defense doesn't like sound like a smart plan. That's asinine. Asinine. So BYU finished at six and six right? I saw a headline that said that they may not be invited to a bowl game. Now, they don't deserve one. So I mean. Who knows ESPN kind of assured them they would be in a bowl game. If they got bowl eligible in the are. So I don't know. We'll see. But but twenty to nothing at the half twenty seven seven late in the third quarter lose thirty five twenty seven unbeliev eighth time in a row we lost to Utah. Seriously, the head coach much as I loved him. And as a person, I think, he's great. You got to fire him after this the offensive coordinator the big shot from LSU? He needs to go. What terrible play calling. I mean. I I don't even I don't understand it. How does this happen? And then the Packers what happened to the Green Bay Packers? Good. Golly. What a terrible weekend. Felker's lost to whoever was they played. It doesn't matter who they play. They lose. The huskers lose barely to last. Second field goal Iowa to Iowa. Yep. Boy, they started playing better as your war on them. Get one four of their last six I mean, they could have easily and I'm not exaggerating. They could have easily been an eight and four team just some well getting Z Y. You should be a ten and two team. They should be ten into. The only games they really weren't. You know in for all intents and purposes, we're Washington and Utah state. I don't know what happened against Utah state. But Washington just outplayed them they've outplayed everybody else in lost those six games got. Frustrating. Other thing. That's frustrating. You know, the caravan. It's actually not on its way. It's it's here unless you to listen to the the media, well, what a conspiracy theory what thousands of miles away in your calling. There are thousands of miles away. Like Baghdad Bob member what the Americans not here. No one knew. This is silly. Yes. That's that's the mainstream media. They are not here though nowhere. This is silly yell. We've got video of them starving the border right now. What what no no. They don't believe. This is silly. City not nearby. So you know, they they rush the border again yesterday thirties clashed with members of the caravan after a group estimated to be in the hundreds stormed a US port of entry. They left a makeshift makeshift shelter in Tijuana to head for Sanusi dro-, the largest port of entry on the southern border. It's been reported about five thousand migrants from the Central American care van or in the Mexican city and then hundreds tried to storm the border. And we've been told expected significant US response mad or what that's going to be. They did they did fire tear tear gas cannons or canisters at them. I think we have some video of that. First of all, let's let's show them storming the border because we're a short. This wasn't going to happen. Oh, that's where they fired tear game. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Oh roxetta. Attacking? That's. They're not near the border talking about. Yeah. The ruttles the Rockies launched themselves, right? So they went through a hole in the in the fence, and then they screwed back because canisters of tear gas, but don't worry about it. Because they're they're not near out. No with there are new city. Yeah. That wasn't what you thought. It was. It's like what you walk in on your spouse in bed naked with somebody. And they sit up real quick and say this is not what it looks like. Yeah. That's what that is. That what what this is not what it looks like I know it looks like an invasion, but it's not we're not even here. We're not near the border. We're not anywhere. This is silly. All right. So for some reason somebody seems to be trying to break into the United States. But it's it's not the caravan. And if you if you're listening to listening to CNN and MSNBC, you know, there's nothing to worry about you know, that you're just a hater. If you're concerned about it. A border patrol spokesperson said officials had suspended northbound and southbound vehicle and pedestrian crossings. So they tried to close down the border. The San Ysidro port of entry is now closed. According to a loudspeaker announcement barricades in place blocked the entry. And of course, they the shot off the tear gas towards the Mexican side of the border. Now, why was this necessary? Well, hundreds again, do we have the the the video of the hundreds trying to stream in across the pedestrian crossing. They are very coordinated. They're all running full speed at the border. There you go. I mean, literally hundreds and hundreds of people, but not an invasion, but not an invasion, and it's so stupid of you to think of it as such. They're not even nowhere near the border. They're not even close to the hundreds of hundreds of miles away noodle, believe them. This is sitting aware come on. So pathetic. And every story I see it has something like this in it and Anna's IGA a twenty three year old from Honduras was carrying her three-year-old daughter. Go back to the hundreds when we just saw let's see that again. Try to pick out the women and children. K? I'm seeing a lot of men running toward the US border. That's what I'm seeing. Hundreds and hundreds of them carrying a Honduran flag. I saw and that shut. Yeah. But they love America. Sure. They they love it. I think some of them thought that was a US flag. They were carrying they haven't gotten here yet. They haven't seen an American flag. So they don't know. So this is after President Trump tweeted that the US will no longer follow or no longer allow asylum seekers to enter the country until their claims or proof by judge. Okay. Is that hateful? Is that terrible. Yeah. You want to do process them usually want to follow the law. He said migrants at the southern border will not be allowed into the United States until their claims are individually approved in court. And he added we will only allow those who come into our country legally, though, asylum-seekers often do legally enter the country at ports of entry before requesting asylum. Well, yeah. But they often don't come in groups of five to ten thousand people to. I mean, the the media is doing everything they can to make sure that every single one of these people gets into this country. Whether they don't know anything about them, they know less than than homeland security does I can guarantee you that they know it's the opposite of what President Trump wants. Yeah. That's all they care about the motivations. All they care about. This spin on this from the media's unbelievable. Another story here from AP that many of these central Americans camped out in Tijuana are afraid of the Mexicans because as we showed you last week and the week before the Mexicans don't want them. They're they're telling him to get out that they're not welcome that you can't stay here. And who does the AP story blame that on Mexican hatred? Nope. Donald Trump, they blame Donald Trump. The angry protests have been fed by concerns raised by president Donald Trump's month long warnings that criminals and gang members are in the group even terrorists though, there is no evidence of that. Really? Because homeland security said there were at least five hundred criminals in the group at least. So does the Associated Press have more information than homeland security? I'm kind of thinking, no. And how can the attitude in Mexico be the fault of Donald Trump? That's just it's unbelievable. It's unbelievable. Need our help to be anti immigrant? They already are. And they're not they're not pro legal immigration. They're just anti immigration in Mexico. Try to sneak into the country illegally and see what happens seriously. If you if you think that they're so welcoming there go try it. Go try it as a as a legal immigrant, in fact, NC how you're treated in Mexico. It's it's unbelievable. It's unbelievable. So they some of the migrants have said that they're waiting until twenty thousand people arrive at the border, and then they're going to Russia's all at once. One of the migrants said twenty thousand people will March through vehicle lanes at the border. And he said that applying for asylum is a waste of time. Well, I'm sorry to inconvenience you. I really apologize. We have I don't know laws as a sovereign nation. So they're headed towards the border and are planning to wait until an expected twenty thousand arrive in Tijuana, and then all enter the US illegally at once group plans to attempt in illegal entry through the lanes at Sanusi drove because it's more spacious. Marco Gomez twenty-six construction worker from Honduras and he's a curly marching with the caravan. He was with the larger group of migrants who were discussing how they want to send a message to Donald Trump to open the gates. Well, I mean, they're entitled to break into our country. And they don't care. We want him here. Not doesn't matter. We'll stay together and be strong. And then move onto the US peacefully like people going from one country to another marching wait marching from one country to another doesn't sound peaceful. Does it that that sounds almost like it fits in with the phrase invasion? Yeah. It sure does. Yeah. It sure does and scenes maybe you've seen in history from one group of people marching to another country. To say hi to say, yes. Hey, say, hi how you doing? So Gomez and several others spoke to reporters and said, they're unlikely to apply for asylum to waste of time. It's process it takes months and years. It's a long time again sorry to inconvenience you. That's we shouldn't do that. We shouldn't slow you down in any way. Perhaps you would plan ahead. I don't know. And you know, apply before you come here. How about that? Another migrant Frank Martinez had a similar plan. I personally, and I know many people will attempt to do the same to cross illegally. I will enter illegally because we want a better life, and I'm in a hurry. Oh, okay. Wow. Well, if you're in a hurry, I mean, just like in Damas for having laws his imposing our laws on u wonderful people. How dare we think that we have a right to know who's coming here. And besides there's nobody there don't believe. Okay. No with no one city. Oh, man, though, the migrants were offered asylum in Mexico. They have no plans to take them up on their offer. Instead they're going to storm the US border. It's not my intention to stay here in this country. He said of Mexico, my intention is the United States. Because if asylum is the deal, you could easily take Silom in in Mexico. They'll they already said they'd keep you there. And don't worry about any health concerns. I'm sure there's nothing to worry about their either. They're not even here, and they're all completely healthy. So. I don't believe this is city. All right. So how'd you get through thanksgiving with with food issues? 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Enter the promo code, Pat and get thirty percent of a three-month supply. It's radio dot com. Promo code Pat to take thirty percent off rid us on dot com. Right. So. So we're reporters caught up to some of the migrants. And in addition to the fact that they they plan to break into our country illegally some of them are intensely ill as well and bringing disease, and that's another thing. That's not happening. According to the media, all they're all worried about new diseases that they're bringing with them. Yeah. How crazy is that? These reporters were seeing people who are coughing continually who looked terrible one one guy that they walked up to and interviewed said, yeah, I was even coughing up blood if you days ago, how good he said with a smile. That's funny. That's good is going to be great. So that's probably just to Burke yellow since there's nothing to worry about come on. Now. Now. I don't know. Maybe it's a Bulla. Who knows you bleeding out your eyeballs? That's funny. Don't even worry about it. I can't. Unbelievable. It really is. Unbelievable. We're the bad guys because we don't want to be infected or overrun, right? I mean, just to know who you are when you enter our country that's too much. That's too much to ask. Because we don't know anything about you. We don't know that you came from violent area. We don't know that you're actually afraid for your life. We don't know any of those things it's it may be true. I don't know. But that's the problem. We don't know. So could you be an MS thirteen gang member? Of course, you could could you be a member of a drug cartel? Yes. Could you be the most wonderful person on this earth? Yes. But the problem is there's no way to tell unless you apply, and we ask you some questions, and we go through the process. Let us find out who you are what kind of wonderful family hard, working decent person. You are. But no, that's that's too much. It's it's crazy. It's crazy. And by the way, you know, the the media is making a big deal out of tier shooting tear gas at these invaders. Back in twenty thirteen under Barack Obama. You might remember a group of about one hundred people were trying to illegally cross. Near the Sanusi of entry. Same thing. They were throwing rocks and bottles at the border patrol, and they responded by using pepper, spray and other means to force the crowd back into Mexico. What kind of hate is that? The that incident. Raise concerns among advocates on both sides of the immigration debate as well as border patrol agents. But did did you hear anything about this back in two thousand thirteen probably not? Why? Because the media didn't care what Barack Obama did at the border. He didn't they didn't care at all. And this these this was far fewer people one hundred as opposed to you know, the five thousand that are in Tijuana now massing close to twenty thousand within a few weeks. But don't don't worry about it. Don't even doesn't matter that Obama. Did it it? It just matters. What Donald Trump does because they hate him so much. It's so frustrating so intensely frustrating. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three. Apparently there was Mexican Honduran streak fights going on. Is this the one that's at the restaurant? Yes. Okay. So apparently, there's some waiters and some migrants having a little discussion outside the restaurant. And here's what that discussion. Look like. Wow. Chairs being thrown people being bashed with chairs and tables now there are patrons. Throwing the chairs at the restaurant. That's what we're seeing. So what what was the? This is in Tijuana. A table getting thrown okay? Tables chairs being thrown picked up in and beating people with them. That's lovely so lovely little scene. No. They just want a better life come on. And what was the deal there? We think it was apparently a dining dash situation. So they didn't wanna pay reload. Well, why would they have to pay their migrants? K? They're looking for asylum. You're gonna make them pay for food. Society works. You pay for for what you take. It's unbelievable. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Now, John Kerry is recently sounded off on an immigration situation to now his point is a little bit different. But. Get the tie in here from what John Kerry says about immigration in Europe. We're going to have climate refugees. Look at Europe Europe's already crushed under this. Transformation this take place because of immigration. Wait. What Angela Merkel weakened because of what and other places impacted Italy impacted as politics by by immigration. Now, wait a minute. Wait. What wait so Europe is being crushed under the weight of illegal immigration, or legal, immigration, whatever. The situation is the immigrants are crushing Europe under the weight of them and actually damaging administrations and nations. No matter the cause of the immigration, whether it's we're just seeking a better life, or it's, you know, they're climate refugee people are not the club is climate refugees for Syria where it got so hot everybody left that country to Europe. No. No, there's a civil war. They're stupid. What are you talking about climate refugees? So okay, he knows they're not climate refugees. They're just refugees just immigrating to Europe. Are you telling me that that much immigration all at once is harmful to a nation? Isn't that fascinating? I mean, you don't see the tie in there. John. How many Democrats would complain and moan and one just like John Kerry did about what's happening in Europe and Europe being crushed under the weight of this immigration situation, the refugees from from the Middle East, and then they can't make that tie in to what's happening at our southern border. So Europe is being crushed. But America can handle an infinite amount of people coming across the border is that what we're to believe. Jeez. No matter. What's driving the image? The migration something is happening to the countries people are migrating to and what is that isn't good. Is it something good not to John Kerry? They're being crushed. The Apocrypha and the idiocy it's kind of hard to take. Frankly fact, it's it's really hard to take. Global situation. Refuge as the grits crush Aguirre broad look what's going on over there. Terrible. Yeah. Hey, john. Did you notice something similar is happening at our southern border right now. No. I don't know what you're talking about those are refugees looking for a better life. Yeah. We had a refugee looking for a better life involved in hit and run on thanksgiving and El Paso, killing Texas teacher. Oh, jeez. But you know, whatever. Yeah. Well, they don't care about that. Because. It could have happened. It happens to citizens with other citizens to. However, what they don't sort of connect with is that that particular death didn't have to happen because that person shouldn't be here in the first place to be killing American citizens. So. That's frustrating. Frustrated, you know, we just had a four day weekend and already I'm frustrated. Yeah. Well. Welcome to twenty eighteen is it just rolls on all of its beauty and all of its wonderful glory. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. Also, we got to tell you about Elon Musk. He's headed to Mars and some interesting things to say about going to Mars and speaking of space travel. There's infectious bugs infecting, the international space station now. Oh, no. That doesn't seem good. We've got space bugs bugs that don't need oxygen. That's what I'm wondering happening. Yeah. I found that fascinating. That that's a thing. We're all gonna die. I think it's pretty obvious one way or another. It's all gonna come to guessing. Because when these astronauts, go back to earth. You know, they're going to be around other human beings passing around these space bugs. So actually, they say it's not a problem yet. But could be eventually at some point. Okay. So if okay it's never a problem at the beginning. It's nothing to worry about. I mean, it's just look they came back with scabies bugs and stuff. But it's not like about though, we got it under control. I mean, they only followed us back from outer space, but we're good. Okay. Hey, have you ever seen alien? Thank you is kind of curious don't know if you've maybe seen that one. Okay. Well, that's good. Yeah. It's good. No wonder. Go on must wants to go to Mars. It's it right. Because he knows what's coming back down from outer space. He wants to go back up there. Now when when like gigantic worm like creature start bursting out of people's stomachs. I'm gonna go with Elon Musk to Mars because good. Yeah. I don't want that to happen to make that decision want that triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three edit Pat unleashed on Twitter might just be November. But it certainly isn't too early. It's I mean the Christmas season is officially here. Now, we have we got twenty nine shopping days left until Christmas twenty. Wow. Wow. And today cyber Monday, it sure is. So this might be a really good day to buy that special someone in your life. The I target pro system is a product that has revolutionized dry fire training. You don't have to go to the range. You don't have to buy a bunch of ammo because this uses your smartphone and their app and the tracks a caliber specific laser inside. Your weapon that you use a stead of in place of a bullet. And that detects exactly where you're shots are landing. So you can do this in your home without shooting bullets through walls and furniture, or certainly people. I target pro. 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Just like a brand Giulino, you know, any of those really fun. Wonderful fun combo names. They've got combo names. Now, they actually tied the knot over the weekend. So sweet is one of the long time coming sure has now this is a crazy wacky love story that was completely denied by the couple for a good long time, and it really pissed them off when people call them a couple. But now, apparently they got past all of that. And their love was too powerful. They couldn't couldn't denied any longer. So they embraced it. And and at five forty Inskeep was born five forty PM Saturday evening Mika Brzezinski half of scars Inskeep. Hurried out of a black SUV. A few dozen yards from the back entrance of the national archives. An umbrella was popped open for her and she walked into the historic library in order to get married to her long-time morning, Joe colleague and partner. Joe scarborough? Tender and loving is absolutely wonderful. So in front of the constitution declaration of independence, a of rights because the love those documents so much this event is on par with those events on in America, his fight. He gets your passes those passes look old and dusty those things are their love is new and beautiful internal part of popularity of these scars Inskeep relationship derives from the fact, Gordon to this article that despite their prominent roles is hosts perhaps the most influential news program in American politics or you freaking who wrote those up who. What we see this is from. Vanity fair. Okay. No wonder but good. Golly. Even for Vanity Fair. That's a massive stretch. The most influential news program in American. They're like fourth in the morning. Yeah. They're not even most influential in the morning. No. I mean in that's in cable, not in all of television. I mean, FOX and friends crushes them. I think CNN beats them in the morning. Oh my gosh. Their romance has been handled with militant discretion bre borough. The couple who were engaged last spring at the hotel du cap in an Tibi's France cash. That's where I think so many of us. Yeah, we can relate to that. Because so many of us go to France South of France, north of France and Tibi's sometimes, you know, who knows you Marseille. If you will a working man's tragedy. Sometimes, but but we can all relate to heading to France to pop the question to our loved one. Can't we? Borough. They never talk about the relationship on air, which is not true Vanity Fair because we've seen it many times. They're seldom photographed together at social events or spotted at restaurants, vacations or parties this discipline has lent. The duo an unexpected celebrity air rendering them a sort of branch, Selena of the political media in crowd occurred intial more or less certified when Donald Trump offered to have them married at the White House. Remember when they were friends when they were close buddies with the president now, they hate his guts, and he them they declined the offer. Of course. Their wedding was handled with similar secrecy. Washington was post thanksgiving ghost town. Congress was out of session and the president was in Palm Beach much of the city's permanent class was away for the holiday or at home in suburban Maryland or northern Virginia. Most of the people working for the vendors didn't know, the identity of the betrothed until Saturday evening, and by the way, how much does it cost hold your wedding at the national archives? Right, right. Boy, look at that beautiful couple their TV pet look at Danner Dora Dora? Oh, by the way, that the cake. They're cutting into was twenty layered twenty layered cake pancake from here. I think they just remove part of it and cutting too. Yeah. And that couldn't have cost very much money at all borough. These are just like, they're everyday people. Yeah. Me. I mean, not even worry about it. They're they're practically like family because every morning you wake up with right on your living room or bedroom, which is kind of Icke to think of them in your bedroom. You know? Thank you. So. The couple didn't send out any formal invitations really know they made about fourteen phone calls to their family members and close close personal friend or their producers. Did that for them? Right. Yes. You know? That's what happened, and none of the guests and do where the dinner was until Saturday evening secrets that way. They could keep it even more secret. Didn't have to trust anybody with the information. They chose this date because people with prying eyes would be out of town. But it would also work with their kids school schedules. Joe Mr. post them. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Has four children from two previous marriages Brzezinski has two daughters from her first marriage. We wanted it to be really small and simple and not what you expected for me. And Joe Brzezinski explained on Saturday. I love how she used her name. I kids in the show. It's Joe and Mika. But to make its Mika Joe. Wow. Everything we do is exposed in everything felt exposed every step of the way. So we want this to be private until it's over. We wanted to recognize it more quietly in have the people who are most important to us around us. That's too many references to the word exposed by meakers. Yeah. And you know, our show is a cocktail party every morning. That's how I look at it to a family cocktail, and they're all dressed up four months. Oh, Scarborough playfully interrupted at this point any fair love fest. Not a cocktail party coffee. We have three hours talking to our good friends every morning. That's. That is exactly what it feels like Joe. Thanks. Bringing that home to us all because. Yes, that's what your show feels like explaining how a rotating cast of their friends make their way onto the set from six to nine every weekday morning to help make sense of the news. We made the decision a year ago to dramatically change our lives and have a low key existence. The more time we can spend with our family that happier. We are that these two are just good wonderful decent hard working family. They're made for each other who proposed in France. And then we're married national archives. They're just average Americans. Just like you me. You know, they pick up their lunch pail every day. They go to work at the factory, you know, and just really gratified. What belt she wore? If you're call. Yeah. Wasn't the belt like that was a big deal because it's a big deal because I remember signed her belt, and she was really pissed that you didn't have it or something in her producer had to hold up like all these belts. If I recall, right? Belt. Do you wanna use? And and it was like the eighty four thousand dollar belts. That's how we start the show every morning rich belt, am I going to us down here in the hallway and pats rushing, and I'm like, all right? Hold on before you go or my belt, which built do you want? And you're like, I go, man. I don't know. It's so hard to decide between belts the bell, by the way that they don't even see because a desk covers your area there. Yeah. Your belt area. Yeah. But Pat, we we go on a two minutes. You've got to pick the belt, man. So hard to pick Bill every morning, we do a little dance in the hallway 'cause we can relate to make. We can the monsoon like weather made the secret easier to keep the sidewalks for almost entirely clear and most people in the city were huddled inside Brzezinski had absconded from the nearby Ritz Carlton. She's Dinna bathrobe to keep dry and keep her dress hidden the Ritz Carlton, that's where they were. That's great. Yeah. Yeah. Just an average everyday couple staying at the Ritz Carlton going to France for the proposal having their wedding at the national archives. Everday for the weekend at the Ritz Carlton in DC average. Joe Scarborough this cost almost nothing. This is just a low key event. Don't even don't even think that these two are up thirty uppity. Elites don't even don't even think. Cocktail try coffee. Right. Exactly the archives close to the public on Saturday evening and almost entirely empty apart from security staff was opened to accommodate the couple and five guests plus their children. It was the first time a wedding had ever been held there. Wow. Wow. My God a groundbreaking look there's there's the whole crew that was there at the on the blaze TV here, we go. So we got that's the whole wedding party two four six eight ten twelve fourteen sixteen eighteen twenty it just you know, romantic a dog. Apparently, what is that where I don't know the toward the front right in the middle the blonde and the black dress holding the dog right in the middle there. He's a apparently has been confirmed holding a dog at a wedding all right at the national archives. Now, some people just can't part with their animal for a few hours. You know? This is great because beautiful. Yeah. Just to show you just home how middle class and middle class average, these people are they continue to impress Scarborough for his part wore a black Zenya suit who Zejna Z says she and a big deal saying, yeah. Oh, yes. That's an expensive suit. I don't even know what we glinted have a better handle that. But they that's that's a pricey suit. They cost between twenty five hundred twenty two thousand dollars somewhere in there somewhere in the Thomas sure to twenty two thousand range cancer. Days average, wonderful hard work in decent. You know, coffee salt of the earth copy time. Yeah. Coffee people. He so we had the Zejna sued what he called a Robert Muller approved white shirt, that's so clever. He is just so clever. That's probably how Mika fill in love with him. Oh shit. He clever. Yeah. And it traditional black wedding tie. He affixed a boot near with a white orchid in green sprigs to his label. Lapel rigs any story with great brings out pass. Wow. Find this. We're going to post it a pattern. I mean, this is a love letter from vanity higher. They are in love with these two on and on and on and on. They described every stinking detail for page after page after page of this story, good heavens. I mean, I it would take us until the end of the show to read the rest of this. But suffice it to say that this was just an average every day event from a couple of working class people. So. It's nice that we could all be a part of celebrating their love though. Isn't it isn't that wonderful? 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That way. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. Al Gore says that God told him to fight global warming. That's great. Well, then. Engaging in some advanced publicity for his new global warming film spectacular. An inconvenience sequel Williams did that right? Yeah. This is an old story. From a year ago. He did this give me this thing. Because it's brought it in here. I'll take the let me see it. No, okay. I'm still going to read it because I'm interested that we miss this year ago. So we might as well share it now. Anyway, he told interview magazine that God didn't create global warming. But he wants us to fix it. Sure. And I believe that. I mean, do we want does he want us to take care of the planet? Yes. Does he want us to be good stewards? Yes. Is the planet that he created so fragile that we can wreck it with a couple of SUV's. He knew we were going to invent. No, it's not that fragile. Regarding regarding the climate movement. Gore said there are people who flame God if in complete control of everything that happened. And if earth is getting warmer than maybe got intense that. Well, no. Got and Ted for off to take responsibility for how we treat God's creation. And if we choose to use the thin shell of atmosphere throughout our planet. Evan open thrower for one hundred ten million tons of global warming pollution every day. The consequence of are attributable to us. I see sorry are bad. And he says if you're a believer. If I am I think God in ten thrift to open her eyes and take responsibility for the moral consequences of our actions. So we only take responsibility for actions regarding the planet. Don't worry about your actions when they involve killing a baby that doesn't matter. That's perfectly fine. Owlry? About eighty consequences there from taking the life of an innocent child. There's no consequences from that. Does so selective in his responsibility. Taking why I don't know could it be because he's a stinky climate billionaire yet could be yes, it could be at. It is hypocrisy is just so thick. You can't even cut through it with a machete. Plus, we have from the New York Times a major scientific report that was issued by thirteen federal agencies on Friday. Oh, representing the stark warnings to date. Oh, no. Yep. We're going to get to that. We'll talk about the. The some of the solutions to this problem. Yes. Yes. These are good. We're going to fix global warming. We we've got a tremendous plan now to fix it. And I think you're gonna love it. Can't wait to share how we fix the global warming situation. Do you think there's a possibility of getting it as wedding cake, maybe leftover wedding cake from from the morning Cup of both? Yeah. From scars n ski. I don't know. We'll have to make a call them. I'm telling you. Cake, pat. I mean, I really want some now it looks like a giant. 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Where are the men if you remember Alex Jones is question apparently at the border, Alex all the men are at the border. That's at that's very good point rushing the border from Tijuana into San Diego and soon they'll be everywhere and worship leader Caleb. Hey, if you want horrible football, which we were talking about because they'll be what you Nebraska, well, Atlanta. Green Bay all lost worship leader Caleb tweets. If you want horrible football watch the McKenzie Milton injury. I thought I was gonna puke oak that is hard to watch. It's a lot like the thighs men break which saw was the Alex Smith. Break. I mean, just desserts been some Ariffin injuries in football. And that was central Florida's quarterback. They won that game though. So they're still they want pretty easily too. So there what twelve no, yeah. Now undefeated. Yeah. And I think they have they probably have a have their conference championship. I think it's going to be. Already be okay. Win the beat him handily. Pretty close is it. Yeah. And then they have obviously, they probably won't go to the playoff. But they'll they'll go to new year six day new your six game. They went thirty one thirty over Memphis, and now comes the rematch. Oh, thirty one thirty. That was the only game that was. Wow, no bitingly close. Also for football over the thanksgiving weekend. It was dang cold. If you went out to a stadium and watched a game in person good for you because you had to brave some serious freaking cold in most locations across the country record breaking cold in New York. The the Thanksgiving Day. Macy's parade was the coldest ever coldest ever twenty six degrees was cold as before this. And it was set in nineteen. Oh one. It was nineteen degrees. When the when the parade started nineteen. Record. Breaking cold snap swept through the region on thanksgiving. It killed a dozen sea-turtles on Cape Cod. Wow. And it it plunged mount Washington into record-setting cold temperatures. The national weather service said Thursday's big chill made it the coldest November twenty second on record in providence, Hartford and Worcester. Massachusetts the mercury plunge to eleven in Hartford breaking the previous record of fourteen in nineteen sixty nine it dropped to fifteen degrees in providence. And in Worcester. Seven degrees on November twenty second seven. Kabul warming. Global warming perfectly consistent, they'll tell you with global warming because I don't know the sea ice melted in caused the polar vortex slipped down into the country or vortex. Yeah. Shut up shut up so stupid. But there is a solution. And look, I, you know, we're we don't just talk about the problems here. We talked about the solution. We can fix this. Now, we can fix it. Oh, I'm listening. Scientists are saying they've got an ingenious, but as as yet unproven way to tackle climate change. What they wanna do according to CNN, this is from the weekly world news. What they wanna do is spray son dimming chemicals into the earth's atmosphere. Oh. The research by scientists at Harvard and Yale propose using a technique known as stratospheric aerosol injection, which they say could cut the rate of global warming and half. This doesn't seem like a good plan. I thought aerosols were contributing to global warming the ozone thirty forty years ago. That's why we got rid of all the aerosol spray cans, and now now they want to spray stuff into the atmosphere. We had to get rid of, you know, the the cooling product in free on we had to get rid of it because that was contributing to global warming. Yep. So if you have a free on air conditioner and the air conditioner breaks down you got a switch the whole system or pay you know, three and a half times. More pathetic, cool it down on your house. No, this is good from the same planet. That can't tell the difference between men and women we're going to attempt to right the sun. And by the way, I thought the sun wasn't problem. I thought CO two was the. Problem. What do you mean, you're going to what what is the son have to do with warming on this planet? Nothing. I've been led to believe that's just a million degree burning orbin this guy. That's got nothing to do with our heat. Doesn't end. Well, the technique would involve spring large amounts of sulfate particles into nearest lower stratosphere at altitudes assize, twelve miles. The scientists proposed delivering the sulfates with specially designed high altitude aircraft balloons or large naval style guns. We're going to war with our atmosphere. Stratospheric aerosol injection would involve spring sulfate particles. Yeah. I already said that despite the technology being underdeveloped and with no existing aircraft suitable to adapt to this. The researchers say developing a new purpose built tanker with a substantial payload would neither be technologically difficult nor prohibitively expensive. So they can easily do this. They estimate the total cost of launching a hypothetical system in fifteen years time at around three and a half billion with costs running about two and a quarter billion a year over a fifteen year period of time. Well, that's that's cheap. If you're going to save the planet. Right. Yeah. I mean, what is the planet worth to you? Yeah. Pat, it's easily worth this. Easily. So we're going to dim the son now in crops crops will no longer grow. And if you start messing with things like this, can you imagine we this stupid, what could possibly go wrong. I should not ask a question. I know the answer. Of course, we're this stupid. Absolutely. Were this stupid? Watch them start doing this. And will they tell us if they do. I don't know. Yeah. That's a good question. Because if it goes radically wrong, they don't want to be blamed for it. They don't want to be blamed for it worlds. What what makes all of this even worse is that over the weekend. The Trump administration came out with their new report, which kind of backs up all the garbage about global warming. Thirteen federal agencies released a report warning about the consequences of climate change for the US predicting that if significant steps aren't taken to rein in global warming. The damage will knock as much as ten percent off the size of the American economy by the centuries and. How does this happen? The report which was mandated by congress and made public by the White House is notable not only for the precision of its calculations and bluntness of its conclusions. But also because its findings are directly at odds with President Trump's agenda, which he asserts will spur economic growth. There is a bizarre contrast between this report. Yeah. And the and this administration's own policies, according to the woods hole research center, the who the woods hole. Wait a woods. This once. All would. It's an unfortunate name. Sure is. And twist around something else. You know, what the woods hole research centers, a scientific research organization that studies climate change impacts and solutions. Wonderful and was great. Where do you think? It's based at anything. I have no idea probably Washington DC. Thanks. The massachusetts. I was gonna say Massachusetts. And here's the problem. Like right before this report was this just before the report came out. Yeah. President Trump tweets. Brutal and extended cold blast could shatter all records, whatever happened to global warming. Oh, well, let's just check your administration's report. We'll find out what happened to global warming. It's worse than ever. Oh boy. I seriously. How does how does that happen? How does it happened? Those are bureaucrats still entrenched. Good. Golly. That's amazing. I I'm sorry. I still I mean, I don't care what the administration says about it. I'm not just not I don't buy into the man caused global warming. Oh, it's definitely cold enough over the weekend still to have some snow around the country. Yeah. And the end the Weather Channel to you know, whether man who took note of it because he found the first snow person of the season being built, Mike Sitel. He tweeted out a picture of the first when he called the snow person still person oh inclusive field reporter, Matt Sidell tweeted out that he found ever go. So I know person of the season and the second snowfall in less than a week in Nashua New Hampshire, you know, what he's famous force. I know he's the one who did the little fake walk against the wind there during the hurricane. He he's like oh. Same guy. Yeah. He's great. But then the guys in the background just like walking along on nicely same guy. And so now, he's he's making it, and you can't say snowman. I guess it's got to be a snow person. You just say the word snowman. I mean frosty the snow person. It makes it a little tougher song doesn't it? Well, tougher the snow person what rhymes with persons jolly happy. So can you say that he had a soul you can't say that anymore? You're going to have to change that song complete that needs a complete rewrite frosty. The snow person. People were actually mocking him after he said, do we really have to do we really have to bring it to that level where you get call a snowman a snowman. It's a snow person. It's not a person it's made of snow, and the children know, how it came to life one day, you know, triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three speaking of President Trump tweets. Oh, this one is one of my favorites on Sunday. He tweeted out. It's so great. That oil prices are falling parenthetically. Thank you, president t. And that which is like a big tax cut to our other good economic news inflation down. Are you listening fed? Oh, I love how he thinks himself parenthetically in the tweet and comes up with a nice nickname, president T for himself. See I saw that tweet yesterday. And I was thinking of Mr. T like when I saw that like I knew what he was saying. But Mr. T came to mind, I don't know why I think he was talking about. I guess it was a good eighties memory for me. Just for a flashing moment. They're all I'm glad he could help you know, enhance your day. But it's a good job. They're calling up the fed. Always a smart move by sitting president. It's great. That's great triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three and it Pat unleashed on Twitter. Hopefully, you suck lens program a couple of weeks ago about title home, title fraud. This is a really fast growing problem by criminal elements in this country that do this pretty easily the FBI agent from home tied lock. He was a former FBI agent. Now, he works for home tied lock. But he showed Glenn how easy it is. To just steal his information online, and then take out a loan with that with the stolen mortgage with the stolen title and anything thief can do this. 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Home title, lock dot com. Great. That's great stuff to say about this global warming stuff in the report that came out from the Trump administration. They're actually not as he points out Trump people who came out with this report, he was on the state of the union on Sunday on on CNN with Dana bash and he said that climate scientists are driven by money. Yeah. You think President Trump seems to be at odds over his own administration? Over a new report warning about the effects of climate change bash said, did we mention that the administration released a report on Friday of a holiday weekend? Let's talk about that. Rick Santorum is nodding his head because he was just one of a panel. And sent term said good for them bash was only slightly caught up caught off guard with him saying good for them. She said all right. At least. You're you guys are transparent about it. And send term said, well, this is a report generated by people who were in the bureau. Crecy? These are not Trump appointees. I mean, this report has been generated for and bash interjected, meaning they're not political. Well, no, I think that the point that Donald Trump made is true. Which is look if there was no climate change. We'd have a lot of scientists looking for work. That's for sure the reality is that a lot of these scientists are driven by the money that they receive, and of course, they don't receive money from corporations and Exxon and like and why because they're not allowed to because it's tainted, but they can receive it from people who support their agenda, and that I believe is what's going on here. How dare you mentioned that the other side might be motivated by money? How dare you? Rick Santorum that can only be alleged by the non warmest people. Those are the ones who are in it for money from the likes of Exxon Mobil, and Chevron those are the people who are on the take. He further said, no one doubts that the climate has changed. No one doubts that the question is how much does man contribute number one. And number two. What can man actually do to change? It. Those are the two big issues that we really don't talk about. So then Simone Sanders from CNN jumped in and suggest question the idea of big climate, scientists after scientists after scientists is now sounding the alarm that if we don't do something to protect our planet now twenty to thirty years from now our life will be very different. So this is not some ploy by the lobby of the climate elite. I don't even know if that exists this. This is the fact of what's happening California was literally burning last week. California's literally burning that is not normal. It's not. It happens every single year. What do you mean? It's not. Agonizing. Anyway, San Torah responded man's policies had a lot to do with that because of the forestry policies of the state of California. Then senator's response. Oh, so we just need to rake the floor. Yeah. That's that's what will take care of. It just rake the forest and you'll be fine before ridicules. There's all kinds of disagreement over the climate, and if you've ever seen the report of I don't know thirty mini Thirdly. Thirty eight thousand scientists who disagree with man caused global warming that we had anything to do with it or that we have very much to do with it. But they act again, they act as if there's consensus and you're a buffoon. If you don't buy into the consensus nonsense. Probably the only solution is to head for Mars. And that's what Elon Musk is apparently planning to do. And it's about time. He said that. Well, he was asked if he himself will be headed for Mars. And here's what musk had to say about that. You're forty seven. What is the likelihood that you personally will go to Mari seventy percent say number breakthroughs that I I'm just really fired up about in. When does that happen in our lifetime? Yeah. Yeah. I'm moving there. So it's like if the price ticket maybe around a couple thousand dollars, this could be escape hatch for rich people. If you'll probably have MAs is much higher than us, really the African of. It'd be like Shackleton's attribute fantastic. It's going to be hard as good chance of death and going in a little can through deep space. You might land successfully once you land. There will be a Matt you'll be working on stuff to vote the base series. You're not not much time for leisure. And once you get there, even after all, this is a very harsh environments. He is good chassis died there rethink you can come back. But we're not sure now does that sound like an escape hatch. Rich people. Hesitating echo goes. Let's go climb mountains. Why the mounds he'll die on on Denver little time. Yeah. They're like doing it for the challenge. And let's not forget, I mean, he left one important aspect of Mars travel out. Just become a slave listeners is way, we actually believe that there is a colony on Mars, right? It is populated by children's Euler kidnap and sent in the space on a twenty year ride twenty year once they get to Mars, they have no alternative, but to be slaves on the Mars colony which really sucks that doesn't sound like an escape hatch for the rich to me does it to you. No, no, no. I don't think. So that's it sounds like a really difficult time in your life when you're sent to Mars on a twenty year journey and then when you get there, the only option left is slavery. That's not good. That is not good musk is right to about the possibility of death. I mean, it's a really good chance. There is a really good chance that everybody who goes to Mars dies before they get back. I mean, that's a round trip that has never been made by humanity. That's tough trip because you get no shelter there for one thing. Even if you do land safely, you got to build it all. Something can't go wrong on the on the Mars surface. Ooh, I'd hate to be stuck there. With those space bugs, though. Right. Just right. The ones from the space station that we were talking about a while ago. Because I mean, I have not confirmed this. I'm is. But I don't think there's or can on Mars just yet. Well, so what are you going to do? Well, you bring some with you. Maybe I don't know guess bring some with you. Bringing orchid man, that's all triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three when your ears aren't clean. You don't hear really, you know, scientific things like we're trying to tell you this morning. Plus, they issue they get painful plugged up. It's not fun. And if used the cotton swabs just pushed us all that stuff back further in your ear, try doctor developed wax Rx used wax Rx dot com is where you can get it. And it uses a special wax softening drops to break down what's inside of your. 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Now, you don't know that unless it is a signs it, self agenda. That's how it's getting. That's how that's where we are from curly the shark frosty. The snow person was jolly happy to spirit, but the cub vape a button nose and two is made out of renewables. Not quite as catchy. But okay. And finishes up happy all inclusive month of celebration guy. Really beautiful triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three. Let's go to Martha in Arkansas. Hey, Martha you're on the blaze. Hi. Start with all this nonsense. I guess I'm which with San dorm. I have I have a nineteen forty seven year head of encyclopedias and all of this jazz that they're presenting as new information is in my nineteen forty seven. I kid you not the modern minimum on the sun cycle. Right. Mar do you realize this is on my nineteen forty seven set of encyclopedias? Ars has no atmosphere. They're high forty degrees during the day and minus a hundred degrees at night because they have no atmospheric dairy beautiful planet that God created for us to live on. And I don't believe anybody's ever going to live on Mars or let alone survived the trip into space with all the. Way. Do you wack give way to be fired? Adam are crazy. And and the whole thing is all about money, we already if they have a nine hundred forty seven encyclopedia. It has to do it and read it, and we wouldn't have to wait all of our money studying this crap that we already know. And I'm about his green my husband, and I are as green as we can be. We have all the the the wattage. Flashlights? That charge our cell phone. And so we do this because we want to and it also is because it saves us money, right? Yes. That I'm a older and all of this. We're about as green as any our democrat friends that surround us put out five times more garbage a week than we do. So often the case, isn't it. It's so often the case. Yeah. I mean, it's like we already know all this stuff. Why do we have to keep spending money? Got to do is read it they still thanks Martha. Appreciate it. I mean. Okay. So so Martha says we can't live on Mars, if he's obviously not familiar with the nineteen eighty s documentary total recall or on Sharon Stone made it quite obvious. There's already plenty of people living their living there on Mars. Yeah. And what about what about what we just played? Right. What about this strike? Your listeners is way out. We actually believe that. There is a colony on Mars colony populated by children who were kidnapped. Sent into space on a twenty year. Ri- right. So the once they from Mars, they have no alternative, but to be slaves on the Mars colony. Exactly, I mean, you know, so there's plenty of people on Mars right now on must knows this. He knows he knows he knows all the elites are in on it. You know, that's why you said his car ahead of him. So he'd have it when he gets there. Oh my gosh. Right. Yes. I mean, you don't have to be a genius to noodle. This out. Just randomly pick some item to go on a orbit around the already put his car there. So got it waiting cars. Be there waiting for him when he gets there, and he doesn't need gas because it's electric so he doesn't need a gas station initially at least on Mars. He's got his electric car to get around lightning. Lightening me. There's like a little dim light bulb. Just going over my head right now. Right. I pet. Thank you, welcome. You're welcome. I just hope that the air conditioning system in the tesla that he sent to Mars is really powerful. Because what it's you know, when it's two hundred and thirty degrees during the day, he's going to need that. And then the heater is going to need to work at night when it's like a hundred and eighty below because as Martha pointed out, there's no atmosphere there doesn't hold or a trap any heat or cold just gets really cold and really really hot on musk outsmarted us right under our noses. He put his car in there. He didn't even try to hide it. No. You just send his car. They're already. So the seventy percent chance. He's going. Oh. Of course. He's going. All right. He sent his car. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three Scott in Texas. You're on the blade. Hey, guys. Love your show. I was just reading an article on what's up with that dot com, which is the number one science blog if you've ever lived at it my recommended anyway, get anyone, but anyway, one of the preeminent writers. And he's also a published scientist with name as Willis Eisenbach and he read the climate assessment report. So he went to Noah's climate added glance in wrapped up their monthly data and shows that from the first climate assessment in two thousand till today. Vero global warming zero temperature change from the first minute segment today. So really there. Well, as verbiage doesn't even match their own data. So anyway, and that so that goes back to win. The grass goes all the way back to looks like nineteen eighty ish. Wow. So that's that was done in two thousand. That's not even that's not even the pause in global warming that we've been talking about for the last eighteen years. That's even beyond that. Right. Right. So anyway. What it is is they have to keep ramping up the alarmism open to keep the money flowing in when the data doesn't even support their own their own their own alarmism, right? You can go to know, this is a government website with government data government temperature data zero temperature increase for the eighteen years from the first climate of assessment till the last one that's great. Thanks got it, and they do keep ramping up the rhetoric. I mean, the rhetoric because people aren't buying in at the rate. They want them to they get more and more hysterical. As time goes on it used to be that they talked about global warming is a future of it. And then all of a sudden, no, no, no. It's honest now it's here it's here because it couldn't get people concern about the year twenty one hundred nobody was going to be around twenty one hundred. So they didn't really care all that much. So then they had to make it more immediate. Well, okay. Yeah. That's it's here. Now, it's happening and it's happening faster than we even an -ticipant did. And it's going to be worse than we said it was before. We've passed a lot of those mile markers out there as well. We we've done the countdown to climate chaos. It's too late and five years from now this will happen to near. They have failed. So so all of their hysterics have failed. So they just get more and more hysterical. It's just it's pathetic to bear assessing frankly, triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three, here's something pretty amazing. Chinese researcher is claiming that he helped to make the world's first genetically edited babies twin girls born this month, who's DNA. He said he altered with a powerful new tool capable of rewriting the very blueprint of life. This sound smart. Yeah. You wanna mess with the very blueprint of life. That's a really smart thing to do. Because what could go wrong you wanna mess with the climate? Like, we're doing with this like they're thinking about doing with the aerosol spray in the dim, the sun, really, good idea, and editing jeans. That's a great idea to this ends. Well, the only jeans you should be editing are Levi's and what you should do with. That is take off the Levi patch because Levi's is a progressive company. And I don't want him to get any. A publicity at all just remove the patch. I mean, somebody's checking out your backside their pet. Yeah. How you feel about that? I'm a little nervous. A little uncomfortable with it stopped looking back there. Don't even worry about it. So if true, this is a profound leap of science, and of course, ethics and morality. A use scientists said he took part in the work in China. But this kind of gene editing is banned in the US because the DNA changes can pass to future generations, and it risks harming other genes, many mainstream scientists think it's too unsafe to try and some denounce the Chinese report as human experimentation. Like the Chinese would care about that. They don't care about that. No. The researcher said he altered embryos for seven couples during for Tillery treatments with one pregnancy resulting this far he said his goal was not to cure or prevent an inherited disease. But to try to stole a trait that few people naturally have an ability to resist possible future infection with HIV. The parents involved declined to be identified or interviewed, and he wouldn't say where they live or work. A Chinese researcher claims he. He's independent. He there is no independent confirmation of his claim. And it's not been published in a journal yet either. So it hasn't been vetted by other scientists, but he revealed it Monday in Hong Kong to one of the organizers of an international conference on gene editing that set to begin tomorrow. So I feel a strong responsibility that it's not just to make a first, but also make an example society will decide what to do next in terms of allowing or forbidding such science well in the United States, we've already forbid it. So we'll see if that changes, but doesn't surprise me that they might be trying this kind of stuff in China this kind of stuff they do. It's a little scary. That's what happens when you get a really big government that decides. Yeah. We don't really care that much about human life. We get so many people here don't worry about it. Go ahead and edit at those genes, edit the DNA, let's see what happens. Yeah. The same country that has that child limitation as well. They've already set the standard over there there. There was talking. I can't remember if they did they stopped one to two. So now you have to I think over in China that we're going with. Yeah. Yeah. They they're going to remove or relaxed the restriction on the amount. Yeah. So in two thousand fifteen and they started to be alarmed about the growth of their population. Which was stunted quite severely. Yeah. That's what happens when you limit people to one child and kill a second child. If they happen to have one force abortions. If they happen to get pregnant again, that's what happens you're going to limit the population. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three, let me tell you about brickhouse nutrition field of greens was created by the top physicians at brickhouse nutrition, and they created it. So that people like me could get vegetables into their diet that weren't otherwise going to. It's an actual SuperFood. It's got a nutrition facts panel on the side of the container because it is an actual SuperFood. And just one scoop field greens has a full serving of real USDA organic fruits and vegetables, complete with Addie accidents. So, you know, if you don't like to eat, no matter how they're cooked no matter how they're prepared. There's no amount of sauce that can make them edible to me. I don't care what kind of dressing you put on kale. It's still not edible to me. I don't care what kind of creation you do with the green beans put them in a casserole, whatever I don't want anything to do with them. They're nasty. They're just playing nasty. So if you're like me, you get that nutrition this way, and it's really, it's it's awesome. You're going to feel better and be healthier as a result. Go to brickhouse Pat dot com, try field of greens today. You'll get fifteen percent off a month supply when you use the offer code, Pat, its brick. House. Pat dot com. Offer code, Pat. That's brickhouse Pat dot com. Okay. I love the fact that the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade is branching out into other social avenues. Everybody knows right that families. Gather around the television and watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. Right. I mean, isn't that a fairly well known phenomena, my family's all the tea leaves coming down the pike. So about seven eight years ago, we stopped airing it in the mountain ackhouse. Oh, did you. Really? Sure did. Wow. So we've kind of been waiting on Thursday morning. I'm heartless, and I'm. Are you saying there's something wrong with this? Because I I mean, it's yeah. I am. Oh, wow. Wow. All right is this this is some performance of a Broadway show. So there's a Broadway show. And it if if if you're a hater like me, maybe you don't want your kids seeing this next clip. We're going to air features two females dance. Oh, my what? What? It is your. Two girls are dancing in front of the residents. It's about what five five second kiss something like that between two girls. So if your kids are a little confused. Hey, mom, dad, wire two girls kissing each other gives you the opportunity to explain that. There's absolute sometimes, you know, you can't you can't you don't choose who you fall in love with kiss. I would say that the the gay community should actually be upset with NBC for this. Why because they show the kiss and pretty tight shot, and then the immediately cut away the overhead zoomed out. I'm sorry. Why can't you just hold it? Right there steady on them five inches from there. And if it was a problem should zoomed out a long time ago. Right. So that you know, if it is a problem, then parents shouldn't have to be forced to explain it to the kids who were watching at home. If it's not a problem, then stay on that tight shot. So they're trying to have it both ways. Exactly. NBC the showed that because I know the parade was on, you know, it's on NBC and CBS at the same time and the CBS crew. I came into the. Family room, and my wife had it on CBS at I am like who are these people? And how did they get this job? They were the worst. It wasn't even wasn't even the morning show people. It wasn't the you know, because that's it used to be Charlie rose. But he's he's log on now with his issues. And then there was what's her face? Oprah's friend, oh, you know her, but they weren't on. It was I don't know some other team, and they were really bad. Yeah. You can't have thanksgiving morning pooped in your pants gay. No, you have to NBC at least they know how to announce the parade at least they know what they're doing. And they've got some plans, and they know wind switch away from certain things or when did get tight on a lesbian kiss early in the morning on Thanksgiving Day. So you get a chance to really have a nice talk with your kids and tell them how. Wonderful that is and how beautiful what I'm you know, what I mean? What I'm a forty second delay. Yeah. Hot. And L Roker. Mr. poop, my pants. Just can't look at him the same way anymore because of first of all I put my pants, and then Secondly retreated Megan how we treated Megan. Kelly was unbelievable and he's such a hypocrite that oh. It was pathetic and embarrassing and for him to just get that political. What you're the weather guy shut up. And then you get to dress up like like doc Brown from back to the future, really white guy. Screw you. Well, he didn't come with his face though. Keith. So it was perfectly. How dare you? Call him shoot tug tear. You remember when Megan Kelly dressed up like black face and showed up on her show. No. Yeah. That didn't happen. But I do remember when she asked a question. Okay. What you can't do you know that you can't do that in. This is America you can be asking questions. You're going to get away with that. No, hon. No. I'm sorry. Putting you can't get away with that. Of course, she did get away with thirty million dollars. That felt a little bit better. But I'm glad good. I'm glad they had to pay her every stink in her deal to every penny. Good. That's what you get for being dumb asses. You got to pay off. Their contract because you can't fire somebody for asking a question. I can't wait. What year is it again two thousand eighteen. Yeah. So you're right. You're. Yes, you can. And in fact, they did triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. I don't know. So isn't even a big deal anymore with the lesbian kiss. Now move on. We get. We gotta talk about animals will be showing up about five years from now doing a scene like that under thanksgiving parade. Write that one down. I mean it. Okay. So like. Houston, and it's going to be lovely. Twenty twenty. Twenty three minutes. The two that is so wrong so wrong. Putting it in. My phone's calendar right now understand sitting there thanksgiving morning. You know, he's gonna kiss an animal a quiet morning in my house. And I'll be like what is this reminder animal human kiss NBC rightly five years, you're saying. Oh, yeah. Twenty three Syria. Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. There's going to be an animal humid on a flowed singing a song. Owed to a frog or something. Like know what camera guy get this? It's happening. I mean that's happening and five we'll see we'll see what they should do is stop doing those dumb performances on the floats because they're terrible. First of all, it's all Lipson. Secondly, who is the who is the performer who she didn't even know that song had started. And so she's just stated they're looking at the camera as the music. This is where you lip sync here Thursday. Yeah. He never caught up to the lyrics. Really funny. And people gave her a hard time because obviously you lipstick that we'll all of them lip sync. They just do it better than she did. In fact, in fact, the parade people force you to lip sync. So you don't have the option of doing alive because they don't have the capability of floats to make it sound good. And it's on national TV. So you want it to sound good? Yes. Good stuff, really impairing. Now that I would watch that parade performance kind of fun. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three also British tourists were caught up in in mob violence as protesters filled the streets of Paris in clashed with police during marches against rising fuel prices water, cannons rounds of tear gas were used by riot cops against thousands of French yellow vest fuel protesters as the shuttle Xay was reduced to a battlefield violences erupted on the streets of Paris as protesters March against these rising fuel prices the worst violence took place on the shunned Elise. Where a huge crowd called for Emmanuel mccrone to resign. The unrest has erupted over spiking fuel prices in the country, and is piling up pressure on the government. Police officer at the scene said they included hooded demonstrators who were determined to cause trouble. So maybe Emanuel mccrone should speak less about what's going on in the United States. Donald Trump focus a little bit more on what's happening in his paradise of France. Maybe. I mean, it did if you've seen any of the footage from this. It does look like Paris is a war zone it too. And they had two deaths linked to the protests. When we know how France does in wars. Exactly surprised they haven't surrendered yet to the yellow vested people. Five hundred fifty three people wounded already seventeen of them seriously more than ninety five police have been hurt in these demonstrations, including the the attempt to storm the Powis last weekend. Yeah. You might want to concentrate on what's going on there in your own country in manual triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three back again tomorrow. Bright nearly right here. Rim.

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The history of epic North Korean insults

Retropod

03:02 min | 2 years ago

The history of epic North Korean insults

"Richard pod is sponsored by T. Rowe price. Are you looking to learn a thing or two about getting your finances in order saving and investing? Check out the confident wallet a personal finance podcast series by T. Rowe price and the Washington Post brand studio find it wherever you get your podcasts. Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen walled with retro pod. A show about the past rediscovered North Korea where to begin for decades. There has been questioned after question about the road communist country. Here's one of the more light hearted ones. What might have serious implications does North Korea have a minister of insults? As long as North Korea has existed. It seems like someone in the government has been lobbing insults in creative ones at that towards US presidents most recently as tensions have heated up between the Trump administration and the rogue state North Korea's leader Kim Jong dismissed President Trump as a quote, mentally deranged US daughter to be fair. He wasn't unprovoked rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime. There's not been an Oval Office occupant with quite the same touch for insult Trump. Just ask little Marco Rubio, crooked Hillary and lying. Ted cruz. Trump has dubbed morning Joe host Mika Brzezinski. And Joe Scarborough as low IQ crazy Meco and psycho Joe. Still Trump may need help keeping up with the North Koreans who have developed a reputation as a superpower when it comes to verbal attacks. Experts have even compared the North Korean insults to those of Shakespeare almost fifty years ago, North Korea's Major General called Lyndon Johnson, a war maniac and a living corpse. He also said that everyone working for the president would burn in hell with John F Kennedy. Here's what else they've said about US political leaders. George W Bush in two thousand nine North Korea called him a political idiot and tyrannical imbecile who lacks, quote, even in I Oba of elementary reason, morality and ability to judge reality as a human being then again Bush once called Kim's father, Kim Jong Il a spoiled child at a dinner table, Hillary Clinton, a North Korean foreign ministry spokesman said sometimes she looks like a primary schoolgirl and sometimes a pensioner going shopping. A North Korean spokesman even picked on Colorado Senator Cory Gardner in two thousand seventeen how so quote that a man mixed with human dirt like Gardner who has lost basic judgment and body here could only spell misfortune for the United States and what did Gardner due to be insulted over body here by comparison. It seems totally tame he called Kim Jong UN a whack job. A Mike Rosen. Thanks for listening for more forgotten stories from history. Visit Washington Post dot com slash retro pod.

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Why We're Thankful + Joe Biden's 5 Election Night Miracles

The Charlie Kirk Show

30:58 min | 2 months ago

Why We're Thankful + Joe Biden's 5 Election Night Miracles

"Hey everybody a special thanksgiving episode. We talk about why this day is so special. I hope you enjoy it with friends and family and take a data breathe and say thanks to our wonderful god for giving us. The gift of america made possible by those. That support us a charlie kirk dot com slash support special thanksgiving episode. Buckle up here. We go charlie. What you've done is incredible here. Maybe charlie kirk is on the college campus know. We are lucky to have charlie. Charlie kirks running the white house. I wanna thank joe. He's an incredible guy his spirit his love of this country's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organisations ever created turning-point usa embrace the that have destroyed countries destroyed lives and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Everybody's happy thanksgiving week. We live in the greatest country ever to exist in the history of the world. And i truly believe that one of the fundamental divides that plagues. Our country is half. The country is thankful that they live in the united states of america. The other is angry and bitter that they live in the united states of america. And something. I said last week that i don't think was that controversial is that the left has always been trying to attack. The tenants out thanksgiving and with it thanksgiving and that is directly tied in with their measures of lockdowns. And i could prove it to you if the left was so concerned about public gatherings than they wouldn't have given a moral preference to be a lemon inc a racial insurrection riots. Throughout the summer they deemed that essential. They deem abortion essential in cannabis dispensaries. But not giving thanks. There's a reason for this. One of the reasons is that the american left is dominated by secular humanists. atheists and. I have some really good friends. That are atheists and hasn't really good discussions recently with people who are atheists that are with us on freedom of speech freedom of dialogue but it's one the atheist mindset almost becomes a religion of its own to destroy all judeo christian as they call hetero normative fallow centric traditions. I could use all there. S j w buzzwords for them from adequate makusa. and so. I'm gonna point you to an article. That was written in november of last year by david j silverman in the new york times. The vicious reality behind the thanksgiving myth generations of americans have told themselves a patriotic story of the supposed- first thanksgiving that misrepresents colonization as consensual and bloodless. The story goes like this that english pilgrims cram aboard the mayflower in braved the stormy atlantic to seek religious freedom in in america. They disembark at plymouth rock and enter the howling wilderness clipped with their pro-constitution the mayflower compact and the confidence that they are god's chosen people yet sickness and starvation hall of their population or in the first winter and challenges their faith but he tries to put forth a different narrative that these were colonialists were conquerors that despite keeping a distance the indians were then victims of their colonization. What happens to the indians next. The story has nothing to say. The indians legacy is to present america as a gift to white people or in other words to concede to colonialism. Like pocahontas and second julia. The other famous indians of american history. They helped the colonnade colonizers then move off stage. Contrary to the thanksgiving myth. The pilgrim wom pa no log encounter was was first contact meeting rather it followed a string of bloody episodes since fifteen twenty four in which european explorers seized coastal want to be sold overseas into slavery and betrayed as interpreters and guides the new york times continued by publishing the story. If americans continue to insist on associating. Thanks giving with pilgrim's indians the least we can do is try to get the story straight. We should put the one opponents at its center and acknowledge the remarkable fact of their survival to this very day now. This contrast that with reality of course that the american pilgrims were non violent people that the american pilgrims actually in thanksgiving participated alongside indigenous american indians. And the first thanksgiving. And if you don't believe in a higher power if you don't believe in an omniscient omnipotent and loving god then who exactly what you give thanks to on thanksgiving you could give. Thanks for other people. If you believe in god thank you for giving me certain people in my life. Forgive me safety and health and peace and comfort. But if you don't believe in god who exactly are you saying thanks to. I guess you could say thanks to your family members. For being good to you i guess so but it just seems kind of woefully philosophically religiously and complete and. There's a reason for all of this to understand. The left is deconstructionist's by nature again. The left not liberals the left. Which is the alexander kazu. Cortez rashida elon omar ianna presley those types in the democrat party. They are driven by a school of thought called deconstruction ism they want the disintegration and the absolute dissolving of the american experiment. This is why they have an overemphasis on the less than desirable. Parts of american history that we don't ignore as conservatives but we also don't go out of our way to overemphasize it as if that is what the entire journey of america was about and senator. Tom cotton's says it best. It's the four hundred anniversary of the pilgrims arrival. Why haven't we heard more about it. And he's exactly right. This four hundred years. Since the pilgrims arrived in america in november sixteen twenty a battered old ship called the mayflower arrived in the waters off of cape cod was now known as the state of massachusetts the passengers. Aboard the mayflower. Were our nation's first founders or as daniel webster called them are pilgrim fathers webster delivered a speech to honor these pilgrims on the two hundredth anniversary of the mayflower is rival calvin coolidge then governor massachusetts and president-elect delivered an address on the three hundredth anniversary. Isn't it a sad state of affairs. That more young people are being taught about the sixteen nineteen lie but not the sixteen twenty journey. There being taught about this lie. That america was founded on slavery. It wasn't and they're not talking about the sixteen twenty journey of biblical freedom seekers that came to this country to settle to found country around christian values and what it really comes down to is a bitterness a deep resentment for the country around you you see. Gratitude is necessary to living a life of peace and a life that leaves you content. If you're not thankful for what is around you of course you're going to be more likely to want to tear it all down for the country that you live in then it makes it a lot easier to justify reparations or remaking american your image if you have even one percent or one degree of gratitude then of course you're going to be less likely to support a set of policies and decisions that deconstruct our country from within senator. Tom cotton from arkansas. Says squad does tribe had been wiped out a few years earlier by an epidemic plague. He now lived amongst the opponent tribe. In what is today. Southeastern massachusetts and rhode island. The play could also weaken the opponents. Though not neighboring rival tribes opponent messiah yacht thus had good reason to form an alliance with the pilgrims squad introduced him to the settlers and facilitated their peace and mutual aid treaty which lasted more than fifty years. Squats remained with the pilgrims acting and bradford's word as the interpreter and a quote special instrument sent of god for the good for their good beyond their expectations and quote. He instructed them on cultivation anita crops like corn squash and beans. you showed them where to fish and hunt. He guided them on land and sea to new destinations. You probably remember learning what happens. Next as the pilgrim's recovered and prospered throughout sixteen twenty one. They received the blessings of accountable. Bountiful fall harvest the pilgrims invited massa so it and wilpon odds to want pinault odds to join them in a fees to express their gratitude to their allies and give thanks to god for his abundant gifts. This meal of course was called the first thanksgiving as i said. The first thanksgiving was a celebration of harmony was a celebration of bringing people together. Unlike what the new york times daniels. David sullivan says the vicious reality behind the thanksgiving myth. Tom cotton responds by saying the story of the pilgrims not a myth or caricature living truth of history. What's more the faith bravery and wisdom of the pilgrims places them. In the american pantheon alongside the patriots. Seventeen seventy six. The pilgrims sixteen twenty deserve the honour of america's founders and instead of celebrating coming together family. And giving thanks to a good god. Tyrannical governors are saying shelter in place. 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Its roots in the greatest country ever to exist in the history of the world. Alyssa wanna get to some things that are happening in the news cycle. Mika brzezinski interestingly uses the same term that we've been warning about the great reset play. Cut seven mika brzezinski. Okay so and then there are people who who who give things that are false as their reasons right and that is. That's we need to look at. Well that's i mean. That's actually the degradation of our media and journalism world. Maybe there's a and that there needs to be reset in terms of the value of the truth and the news and that is coming after scarborough and msnbc cut six. No one has a compelling reason to support trump that anyone who supports trump it's just straight up laughable. Play cut six. I've talked to my friends and my family members. They don't have a good answer as to why they're supporting donald trump. they really don't they. They just sort of mumble around and say you know i can. I hate him. He's a horrible human being. But you know he's our guy is really there again. Nobody's really given a compelling cogent reason fits based on on verifiable as wife say donald trump's a straight talker is laughable. I would love to go on morning jail. I think that would probably make some fireworks than charlie kirk appearance on morning. Joe would probably be one of the more interesting segment and this guy. This goes to show a pattern of behavior from the left or instead of celebrating victory. Instead of joe scarborough and mika brzezinski enjoying the win of joe biden they're already talking about reprogramming and ridiculing trump. Supporters is a pattern now from the trump accountability project to afc to michelle obama. And the reason is this that they were expecting anticipating planning and funding a landslide that they were putting massive amounts of effort to try and make a multi-state decisive deathblow to conservatives possible. And they're kind of realizing that if joe biden becomes president won't be because of his ideas at won't be because of the democrat policy agenda instead it will be because out of the mechanics of the campaign. Changing mail in voting absentee balloting lack of signature verification questions and problems with the voting machines and also paired that with hatred of donald trump and a unified activist media and a unified democrat base. You put all that together. That is not a recipe for long term democrat. Victory it is in. Their ideas were widely rejected on state. Local level. democrats were not able to show any form of progress or flips. Outside of senator martha mcsally. Senator cory gardner losing which were very much anticipated and projected. The democrats agenda is now to go after republicans and conservatives at all costs we have seen this from verified blue checkmark twitter saying that re education camps are not out of the question that we might have to seek out and search out methods to reprogram trump supporters and conservatives to think the way that we do now what's the significance of all this the significance of the scarborough. Mika brzezinski endless musings is that now that they are in power. They're going to be far less convinced about being and far more concerned about who could dare disagree about how they want to govern. You see. I want to explore some predictions and projections that. I think what will happen. If joe biden does become the next president of the united states. You see the current news model that exists the profit model behind the news agencies. You can call them that the new york times. The washington post is not to actually report facts and to seek truth. It's to try and portray a narrative that the kkk is rising up again. That fascism is here in america. That stuff sells newspapers. That stuff gets you subscriptions the new york times. It does get you. Podcast downloads. What happens if you can't say that anymore. There's almost always a rise in break ins during the christmas season thugs and vigilantes people that. Want your staff and your family will start breaking into homes. That's why simplisafe home security is having a massive christmas sale up fifty percent off any simplisafe system and free security camera recently. Us news and world report called it the best home security of two thousand and twenty. So whether you're traveling or staying put for the christmas season check out up to fifty percent off. Plus security camera deals before it ends this week so they have high quality equipment. Great camera footage and easy setup. All the property. I care about uses simply safe you can get it set up in about thirty minutes at super easy then simply safe security specialists takeover monitoring your home around the clock and ready to send emergency. Help the moment. There's an alarm so get up to fifty percent off simplisafe plus a free security camera today by visiting simplisafe dot com slash. Charlie go today this deal. Is this week. Only that simplisafe dot com slash. Charlie simplisafe dot com slash charlie. There's an amazing article here on the federalist that i wanna talk about active houdini five ways joe biden magically outperformed election norms. Who's the author of this article. I don't know it's the federalist bill eighty million votes. The federal says a lot of americans turned out for a washington politician. Who's been office for office for nearly fifty years. The offers b. shirk consider this no incumbent president in nearly a century and a half has gained votes in a reelection campaign and still lost. President trump gain more than ten million votes census. Two thousand sixteen victory but biden's appeal was so substantial that it allegedly overcame president. Trump's record support among minority voters biden also shattered brock obama's unpopular. Vote totals really calling into question whether it was not perhaps biden who pulled up obama across the finish line in two thousand eight and two thousand twelve. This is written sarcastically intentionally. Of course proving how sharp his political instincts are the former vice. President managed to gather a record number of votes while consistently trailing president trump in measures voter enthusiasm biden was so savvy that motivated voter. He added voters on the asked about unenthusiastic about his campaign to vote for him. In record numbers winning. Despite losing bellwether counties number two biden set to become first president in sixty years to lose the states of ohio and florida on his way to the election for a century states have consistently predicted the national outcome and they've been considered roughly representative the american melting pot as a whole despite mashal polling giving biden the lead in both states. He lost ohio by eight points in florida by more than three. Maybe because those are tough states to cheat and because they've had good secretary states and we've been involved in the process for by lose these key bellwethers by notable margins and still win. The national election is news worthy but not sense. The mafia allegedly aided jfk and winning illinois which we've covered exclusively and extensively. I should say over. Richard nixon in nineteen sixty has an american president. Pulled off this neat trick even more. Unbelievably biden is on his way to winning the white house after having lost almost every historic bellwether county of cross the country the wall street journal and the epoch times independently analyzed nineteen of these counties around the united states that have perfectly near perfectly predicted. The presidential outcome president trump won every single bellwether county except cloud clowney in washington. The vice president picked up by about three points president. Trump's margin of victory in the eighteen counties averaged over six sixteen points in a larger list of fifty four bellwether counties that have correctly pick the president since two thousand twelve trump won fifty one of them by an average fifteen points while the other seven wants a biden by around four points bellwether counties overwhelmingly choose president trump or biden found a path to victory anyway biden trailed clinton in a select few cities. Magic trick number. Three is a phenomenal article. By the way the federalist patrick basham poster with an accurate track record and director of democracy institute in dc highlighted to observations made by fellow colleagues polling zero richard harris of big data poll in washington post election analyst analyst robert barnes quote biden underperformed hillary clinton every major area across the country except for milwaukee detroit atlanta and philadelphia. Barnes added that in big cities in swing states run by democrats. The vote even exceeded the number of voter registered voters everywhere. So we're supposed to believe as we go in here. Biden got eighty million votes. Don't ask any questions. He lost alabel other counties. Now the only explanation for this possibly is the massive amount of mail in voting. That happened they changed the way we did elections permanently in this country and we let it happen are weak republicans. We were not involved enough. We were trying to raise the alarm here. The people said oh. Don't worry about it. Mail in balloting is wonderful safe and secure let's get actual tapeh president trump warning about mail in balloting if we can magic trick number four biden one despite democrat losses everywhere. We've talked about this extensively on the charlie kirk show randy to soto noted in the western journal that quote. Donald trump was pretty much the only incumbent president. Us history to lose his reelection while his own party gained seats in the house of representatives. Now that's a biden miracle. She's the cook political report. Which is professionally wrong. The new york times rated twenty seven house seats as toss ups going into election day right now. Republicans appear to have won all twenty seven. Democrats failed to flip a single state house chamber christina policy spokes person for the democrat. Legislative campaign community said quote. It's clear that trump is an anchor for the republican legislative candidates. He's a buoy amazingly biden. Beat the guy who lifted all of the republicans victory. Now that's historic. You guys feel played yet by overcame. Trump's commanding primary vote number five in the past primary vote totals had been remarkably accurate in predicting general election winners political analyst. David chapman highlighted three historical facts before the election. I know incumbent who has received seventy five percent of the total primary vote has lost reelection second. President trump received ninety four percent of the primary vote. Which is the fourth highest of all time and third trump set a record for the most primary votes received by an incumbent when more than eighteen million people turned out for him so in order for us to believe that joe biden one he created one of the most inexplicable political magic tricks in american history. That eighty million votes ten million more than obama. Explain why obama's doing all this media lately trying to justify that maybe he was the one that may joe biden on the king-maker winning despite losing all the bellwether counties biden. Trailed clinton accepted just a few key. Cities biden one but democrats got blown everywhere. That only biden was the one that one and by overcame. Trump's commanding primary vote. Federalists phenomenal article. All of this is not explained by any person in the activists media or in democrats circles. How is this possible absent fraud. It's not. We had ballots being sent out all across the planet. We have ballots that. We don't know who filled out these ballots with no signature verification. We went through multiple examples here of people that were getting twenty. Thirty forty fifty ballots sent to their home. We're supposed to believe that. Joe biden was so effective in animating. People that he couldn't host a rally at any point of time. This is the most artificial campaign in american history. If we allow this joe biden. Victory to go unchecked. If we allow this joe biden win to go on. Litigated american politics will never be the same instead. We are going to have a new normal of not campaigning. Not persuading instead just using mafioso style. Tactics get the most amount of balancing with play tapeh president trump warning about mail in balloting before the election. Why didn't republicans. Listen play tape there. Being sent all over the place they sent to and a democrat area. They sent out a thousand ballots. Everybody got to ballots. This is going to be a fraud like you've never seen and the newscast continues by covering that. There is these ballot drop boxes. That was september twenty-ninth by the way. This is going to be a fraud. Like we've never seen and of course the department of justice and the federal bureau of investigation ignored him and didn't do anything and we're supposed to believe these five magical ways that joe biden outperformed. The election norms. Just happened because he was such a magnetic candidate. This is a power grab and then we have the center for tech civic life with nearly four hundred million dollars that got pumped into our elections. We have google's interference. We had the granny farming. The ballot intercepting. The developmentally disabled people that were taking advantage of the nevada of native pro. The nevada native project the videos of people that tore up ballots which we showed many times. Here on the charlie kirk. Show the videos of people disregarding ballots when they were counting them ballots that were lost dominion voting systems. The only thing that could really possibly fix this is if those guys that wear jackets that say the three letters. Fbi are told by the suits. The boots can start doing their job until that happens. This anti gravity machine that joe biden has created an american politics is just going to continue. And we're supposed to believe that. Joe biden got eighty million votes. Oh yeah people hated trump that match winning despite losing all the bellwether counties trailing clinton and a select few cities and the best argument is democrats did terribly everywhere except joe biden. Democrats were politically blown out except with joe biden and joe biden and being a clumsy mentally questionable candidate and this all ties then seventy nine percent of trump voters believe election was stolen through illegal voting and fraud. Politico conducted their voter priorities survey and they said. Nearly two-thirds of trump voters don't accept the result. The level of distrust in the election results is unprecedented. Eighty-three percent of trump voters bleed. The media's the enemy of the people eighty one percent of republicans believe they have less respect for democrats and they did for years ago. I'm right there. Should we keep the electoral college or use the popular vote. Sixty one percent of republicans. Want to keep it. And the kicker seventy nine percent of trump. Voters think that this election was stolen. This is heading in a very dangerous direction that will result in a collision. Course it will. This was fifteen hundred voters online from november tenth to november nineteenth. I think it's higher than i've not. I've not met one trump voter. That thinks this thing wasn't stolen. So now you have seventy three to seventy four million people probably more because the tally just keep coming in. That are convinced that this was stolen from you. What how do you act when you think something is stolen from you as it usually with rationality and you just kind of let it go. No you go on a manhunt to find out what happened. And to bring justice. And i'm afraid that people that are going to feel their votes and their countries stolen from them. This is going to unravel in a way that none of us are comfortable with and the left is encouraging it instead of explaining their condemning instead of walking us through this they are ridiculing us. At all costs there is no non fraud explanation. For how joe biden did this at all. Thanks so much for listening everybody please. Email us freedom at charlie. Kirk dot com your questions get involved turning point. Usa at teepee usa dot com. Thanks so much for listening everybody. God bless you speak soon.

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Tuesday, May 7: Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski & Common

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Tuesday, May 7: Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski & Common

"Hey, I'm Brad milkey. And I hosted new daily news podcast from ABC news called start here. Every day. We get you up to speed on the story that are going to be driving your day. We get important context from experts with on the ground access, and we do it all in twenty minutes. So start smart and subscribe to start here. Is there something that interferes with your happiness or is preventing you from cheating? Your goals better. Help online counseling is there for you. Connect with your professional counselor and a private online environment schedule secure video or phone sessions plus chat and text with your therapist listeners. Get ten percent off your first month by going to better help dot com slash view. Subscribe now to our podcast to get hot topics delivered every afternoon and while you're at it. You're next powers booked because the view is live met gala glam the A-List brought the camp and vamp to fashion's biggest annual battle of the ball gowns. And the co host picked the looks. They. They couldn't take their eyes off of plus hot topics are getting a jolt of morning, Joe when Joe Scarborough and Brzezinski hit the T-ball, plus Grammy and Oscar winner common reviews. Michelle Obama became his relationship. Guru owned what she said he's doing wrong in his love life. Let's fire up off toppings with Whoopie. Oh, be huntsmen joy Behar, sunny hostage and Meghan McCain. Now, let's get things started. So let's start with this. It is national nurses appreciation week. And I am honored to welcome the, nurses who truly did save my life. When I was sick. Will you guys? Please stand up. Please. You know, they took care of me. They didn't let me scare myself. They really kept me laugh, and I kept them laughing. We kept them fed because you guys can bring stuff from the view. And so we would do. You made them laugh a few times too. A little while though took a little while for me too. You know, because again, the Monja don't you don't wanna fool with it. It sounds like it's light Mary. It is not it is something that will kill you. And because you know, you have have doubled. Well, Joe forget the senses. Yeah. I never do anything. It's crazy. But thank you guys. And welcome. Thank you for helping. So one of the biggest nine thousand fashion in New York New York yesterday at the met Gallup this used theme was based on Susan Sante essay notes on camp. She's been finds camp as the love of the unnatural of artifice and exaggeration. So what does mean to you guys? I never went to camp. I never wanted to at least knew what it meant to Saturday in the meeting. I had no idea. What I was. I always thought it meant chair that that will camp kind of can't be. Yeah. I was trying to explain it to Paloma yesterday because we were watching it. And for me, it's just like exuberance and exaggerations everything that you are. But big bigger and very irreverent, you know. And I think of share I think rocky horror picture show. I think right. I think of John Ritter. John ritter. The last night it was waters move. Yes. Dr queens too. And dr. Went to the slide away. You gotta get invited by. You know, it's also amount of work. It is all my line of where maybe guy, and he's all many outfits. It takes me a half hour. Just get out of my Brazil. It's changing her outfits five woman was camp lashing. If you wanted to find the words. She's also one of the co chairs as his hair styles. So they helped define the theme. There also one of the first show up. So she came pretty early in the night. Imagine having the follow AGA. It was eight month. Fifteen minute performance. I must say Kim Kardashian. We have picture because that dress was so tight you could see how full Opie into. Beautiful looking. Yeah. Yeah. She would say nothing is wearing. She was thanks, of course, set. The designer that that made hers was and correct me if I'm wrong, but Terry Moore glare. Who came back from retirement to make her dress? He wanted because she's California go wanted it to look like she's coming out of the ocean. Does she was very wet looking. No. That was that was okay. So leans was we'll go on. Selene wore an Oscar de LA Renta dress. And it said it took over three thousand hours to create by fifty two master embroiders weighed in it over twenty two pounds. I love her though. And I I think Meghan loves you even more than I positive, but she was we didn't see much of her for for a while. Especially after husband has to win the last two years. It has been full on selene. The she is owned every moment that that we see her as she looks absolutely gorgeous. I realized Christian Syrian created to dress this last night, he told Janelle Monae. Oh, yes, campy? Yeah. And you can't be I love that. I get back. Back. Yeah. She got she got that one right? I mean, I feel like so many of them went with the fem-. They really went with the thing that he created another one with mine. So my choices were rupaul before earning. He was actually wearing Zahle D, which has stylus. And by the way, this is the first time any drag queens have ever gone to the met gala islet Chachi and aquaria who are both winners of rupaul drag race. And I think they all nailed it. And every way, and my other choice was Natasha Leone who's wearing John Paul got ta and I just thought she looked incredible. And nailed it and every way, and I love I love this theme so much. It's my personal favorite aesthetic across the board. And I just think there was so many good people off. Yeah. And I missed one I missed one. And I can't remember what it was. It was a Cardi B's. No, wasn't Cardi B Haiti. Well, is that the Syrian that is that is that Syria. No. Well, yeah. That was that was fluid. Yeah. Lewis gender fluid. The idea is to have fun with close. Yeah. It's. When you think of oh, I just wanted to mention too as well, Ciara and pizza. I just thought they were all guy pizza had this sort of game of sort of hunger games meets conduct and I really enjoyed her with the afro picks the gold afro picks in her hair. And then CRO wins for best hair. Right. I mean, it was just she really embodied that that sixties camp. I thought and I really her Katy Katy Perry. Harry. Oh, yes. Oscar's right before that for the officer. Can I can I also say Billy porter really really good really actual van. That's what I'm talking about. Yet. B also looked amazing and Cardi B. Yeah. Body natural of artifice and exaggeration. Yeah. That's fun camping taken too seriously. Yeah. It's about the fun. Yeah. And so because we are also fun. We're gonna be right back with more top. Later, Madonna at sixty she green she's being punished for getting older. Do most women get the same treatment. Or does the material girl needs to grow up? Promise that you'll never find another like me who never find your fears strong, independent women, then right here on the view five women done sweetheart. View deficit information in this may just look who's voicing their view Ahman Anne Hathaway, Amy Poehler era, come into Droppin debut, her hot new video purpose in your. She hiti. What job for Howard Stern? Gayle king. Eric Stonestreet, Allison Williams and Nathan lane love as the twenty twenty race heats up this table heats up to with these voices, come into rock, our political view. This is what this show does proud of it. We're the view on ABC. Morning. Joe host Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski hits a hot topic stable Ross, Grammy and Oscar winner common gets personal about his childhood trauma and learning to let love have the last word. Rog, amac, so Madonna's on cover British vogue, where she says the people have always been trying to silence her for one reason or another that she's not pretty enough. She's not talented enough. And now she's turning sixty. She's not young enough. It seems to be, you know, something that happens to everyone and you have your time in the sun. And then you move into the shade. And somebody else takes their time in the sun doesn't work for happen everybody. I mean, the Rolling Stones are on Lipitor at this point. They're still dance. And you know, all the guys have still doing the road. Yeah. She's got a real complain. Oh, so we're not really she's still producing music. She's still on going on tour. I'm sure what the new album, but she needs to reinvent herself. Because you know, because she came up as this sort of like rebellious comic classic camp figure which is hard to do when you're in your source. She just needs to see the glass half full. I found this interview to be really unrelatable to women. And no humility I mean, she has been so lucky in her life, and every step of the way, she said, I have no living role models up to because nobody does what I do know one is raise six kids as a single mom and have void one is on. Yes. I I actually people Ross was actually one of the people. I was going to talk about is like there's actually a lot of women in there on that are doing make creating amazing music going on tour. Pat Benetton, Diana Ross selene Dion shared Devi Knicks. So like big Stevie next. I ride no Harvard. I love I love you. Oh, I didn't know lays from suggests comes down. Is great and still rockstar. These are it's okay. Like, hey, I don't care about age. We're all different ages ages just number trust me. I you guys hustle harder than anybody. But but this is different ways. Dada. And let's say, Diana. Diana was always elegant Dhamma was wearing cone Broncos, actually. The transition from her Jones. Sharon, she. Yes. She wants. John's this. She didn't raise Joe different chip. Madam with Donna. And I do think that what about their ages his real when it comes to women? And there is a difference between women and men, and I think she she didn't put it. Well. Yeah. You know Atlantic. I don't feel sorry Madan land. Well for me. I don't, but I will say what was strange to me strange. But she did say something that landed for me. She said that her kids have become too inundated with imagery and have started to compare themselves to other people, and it's been really hard for their self growth because she's raising kids in the time of yes. Well, this imagery when we even her kids people have are dealing range in cancer. And she was part of that they have are part of that game was up. I live up to listen. Yeah. You can still be the rock and roll that you are and the great mover and shaker that you are. But you can't say that no one else has done it because amazing women in rock and roll are still doing it. And there's still doing. Great john's. Apparently hula hoops every day is that. That is the Queen. A wreath is also quaint. What is the whole thing? Madonna. That's right. Yeah. We'll be right back. Joe Scarborough and Nico version ski thing Joe Biden can win the White House. Do they regret all the airtime? They gave the Donald Trump back when they were friends there live on the view next. You still feel the Oprah back that view your deal dot com. We partnered with enders for at least half off her latest batch of favorite things. So get to view your deal dot com. Now. We know that the view at the White House right now, we know you're watching Donald we also know that Trump gets up really early to yell back at the TV while watching our next two guests on morning, Joe. Please welcome. Joe Scarborough and make a Bridgen. So you to love lovebirds. You wouldn't talk you about our history cause you to have been in bed together, which we? I had no idea. I had I had a show besides this. I had both shows HSEN. And then of course, they cancelled me, which is the show must go. And we did a little bit in bed when I was in bed with John. Like Bob Newhart show and she woke up, and I was her. There. But. And now on married married last time you came here. Well, you you weren't. So is there any different people? Always ask me this difference between before you married. And now that you married. No. It's fine. He's lost about fifteen pounds. Yeah. She makes me exercise way two miles a day. I don't like exercising. Workers as much as I used five miles belt breach. Those serious all that time together we've gotten a lot better at sorting through differences. That's good. And so we actually get to the point where we say, you know, why don't we jump ahead to how we're going to be filling tomorrow today, and it helps that's good. I find that. I say things in anger sometimes that I have to take. Never never done that. All right. So let's talk about topics cat. I have no arguments. That's good. So now, we have four hundred federal prosecuted you mad when now saying that the Mola report is correct that he should have been indicted except his the president, and you can't do that to them. And the mole report, basically corroborates that whole thing I think don't do think. And so now what he sits there. And just the the thing goes on your frustrated. I certainly am. Well, what more do we need to impeach this guy? Good quest-. I was supposed to happen in real time. We actually Republicans that will stand up for the rule of law. Your dad did your dad was alone for the most part. Let look what happens to them. Look at what happened to what's his name corker and. Jeff flake are gone. But they pushed down the thing is they go half way. If you're gonna go when you got to go all in being race at home, though, if you do that you got to win reelection. I think you can hear here's a Bill. We don't know what happens when a Republican stands up to defend the rule of laws against Trump. We don't know what happens other than Senator McCain. And I'm not just saying that you would I'm not saying you're here. I'm saying that because when I went to Capitol Hill after Donald Trump is an office, my staff, they say where do you want to go where you wanna go? I said there's only one person that matters on Capitol Hill. And it's John McCain because Senator McCain was only Republican who said I'm going to stay conservative. I'm gonna stay Republican, and I'm going to speak my mind. And no other American is tried it. That's right. So we don't know what the money on anybody minus reelection for whatever it's worth it did work in Arizona. I would've let's make the same gamble. Just worked in Arizona too because he embraced it. And he said this who I am. And the thing that insults me with these Republicans is none of them will trust their constituents. Like, you know, I was part of the coup eleven of us through Newt Gingrich out of town. And when he was speaker enough and everybody thought that that was going to be terrible. I held town meetings. They said, listen, this is why did it? Do you have I on any Republican that you think? Okay. This will do it that what? When mitt. Has actually been been surprise. Now. He's been he's not price. Because I mean, I love mitt, and I've always loved myth how seriously when he will beg for job for him before he comes out and I saw that differently. I saw that at has him trying to contribute everybody. When Trump was elected everybody, or I think good people try to step up and try to help out and be in there despite all of his failing to at least be a part of trying to keep things on track. I think that was his. He doesn't need his conceptual. His constituents will vote for him. He who knew but Republicans are Republicans who actually cure the rule of law. But I will just say about mitt that a lot of people were calling him and saying we know you don't like Trump, but you need to go talk to him. Because if it's not you it's Rudy. Exactly. So opposites family talk to him, whatever it's worth, I think there are some. I just think I I agree with the argument that it looked like pandering, but let's move to twenty twenty. We had Joe Biden on the show the day after he announced that he was running for president. He is obviously sitting on top of the polls right now. This is crazy one that came out this morning. He had met forty percent. How can any democrat catch up to them? Or is it too soon? I think it's gonna be very tough for anybody to catch up with him. I think there are a few bright shining stars. But it's such a huge field. I think it's gonna be really hard to break out for anybody to really impress. Kamla? Really impressive mayor p you could go down. There's so many lives. Yes. Got the strongest message when Elizabeth has a she knows what she believes and she goes out and she says every day, but yeah. With twenty two people in the field and sitting there. It's going to be hard to catch. Can they just skip the primary and put Joe Biden in there? It's not possible. How you doing stuff like that? That's when the loss. The people. This is still. Let word we'll say time and time again. But when you have you have people that try to fix it get through the primary process, the best thing that can happen is you'd go up against five ten fifteen people and the strongest survives, and we'll find out whether Joe is learned from his first two races where he's sort of stepped on his own sort of landmine that he threw down there, and it will make him much better. When you runs against Trump, and in terms of running against Trump, you have Trump calling Biden, I think sleepy Joe retweeting over sixty negative Biden tweets and Joe said he doesn't want to get in a mud wrestling match. But called Trump a clown. A no good SOB. So we discussed this the other day, what should side and strategy. Be. Should he be taking a higher road? Or should he get into the mud with him? I think you should do psycho. Joe? Yeah. You do what gets Donald Trump out of office and sometime. Sometimes that means taking the high road, and sometimes that means taking it to him. But you can't Lewer afraid to fight. I get that's when your dad again, I go back to your dad like your dad, and I would go your dad one time said after the risk, and he was sunk in Pensacola bay, the only thing he regretted was you said that they didn't change Scarborough to the deck when it went down, and we had our differences, but he was a fighter right? And you know, you I mean, whoever ones against Trump has to be a five generally, they're ready for something. Tired of those nickname those insights, though, they should do people want to get to your place. Are you surprised how much betas underperforming? Yeah. No. I mean, I didn't understand the Vanity Fair cover. I didn't understand Barack Obama's sending his best people debate. Oh back in December. I don't I don't get it. I I don't understand why everybody. How long you better? Listen, I'm a talion. That's. To that. You guys are sticking around. We're going to have more with with Joe and beacon a minute. Stay there. Better. Help offers licensed professional counselors specialized in wide array of issues like depression, anxiety and grief connect with your professional counselor in a safe private online environment. It's a truly affordable option and listeners can get ten percent off your first month by going to better help dot com slash the view fill out. 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That's our A K U T E N dot com. We are back with Nathan. Continuing know your value in with a brand new book for women just starting out in their careers called earn it. And I've read your earlier books is you've you've written a lot about your own career. And this one's really for the next generation coming up it and how they're dealing with challenges that you might have not faced exactly because there's so many messages coming in. There are so many different ways you get messages. And also, I think a lot of them are very confusing for young women starting out. And so they're trying to be so many things at once. So actually, I was thinking of the concept of doing a know your value book series when a young producer from morning Joe Danielle up here. Bravo who is? Approached me, I had recognized that she had done such amazing work on the show. She was so fast, so serious. In fact, her nickname was at a role. Which is very intense, and we were on the plane together. And I asked her story turns out, she's a dreamer. She grew up with her four siblings and Lima, Ohio and figured out how to get to New York by applying for thousands of jobs and lying on the resume saying she lived in New York City because she knew if she wrote Lima Ohio might not call her in got called in for a job at P, Diddy, entertainment, they said, can you be here tomorrow, and she got on buses through the night cleaned up mortis authority went to the interview nailed it. While you really wanted to get out a lot. Four other jobs and did all this then restarted again at morning, Joe. And then work like heck for two more years. And I thought this is the path. This is the scrappy like don't give up path. And so we decided to take this project on together. I was inspired by Daniel Danielle. We just heard that story if you go back to those early days when you first met me, what advice do you have for for women at that point in their life. Right. Yeah. Tough time anybody is when starting out, and what I found is that no matter how many knows you get or closed doors, if you work hard, and you continue to put yourself out there in some shape or form a yes will always follow. And it has. You know, I want. Now, we did you book. But I'm thrilled for you. Like, a really you. Don't. To get back to politics. No, no, no. Hey, I like the title because I really it's already too much. They are young because you'll have to keep pushing and you have to be desperate at a certain way for something money or something anyway. But I want to talk to you about is this Russian thing. So so the other day so much we're going to talk about Putin. Now. Go ahead. Trump talking to put in for ninety minutes on the phone. He's smiled was face. Timing him. It's on the phone. How does he know his smile? What you as well? What you as my question? No him. He goes on television. And then says he discussed nothing about Russian interference with them. And they let him get away with that. Who's the Republican party? Right. Okay. There you go. We have to call these people out every day have got to step up. I know Meghan doesn't like when I say the Republican party. And I don't mean you, and I don't mean talking about you lead a shop. So actually the party line. This is really important for you to just say though, the differential you can talk about elected Republican officials in Washington DC. Right. So let's focus on them. And over the past week. They've allowed bar to lie under oath, right, commit perjury. Which is by the way, why we it's criminal voted to impeach Bill Clinton because he committed perjury grand jury. Well, so we have that we have them ignoring statute treasury to turn over the taxes, which by the way, this isn't a constitutional crisis. Now, this is a high elation on. All right. I'm not crazy. This is. This is how this guy Steve Mnuchin. They're coming for you. How ever you said that they're not he's not really in the tax returns. Oh, he's on getting when these from his job jaded on Trump's numbers just went. They went up a few in one poll last week spoils us in the thirties who really knows where his numbers are going to be jumping around. But here's the reality. And I say this as somebody who a lifelong Republican who is still a conservative for more conservative than my former colleague on spending on small government on all the things that we used to believe in as a party, unfortunately in two thousand nineteen the Democratic Party is the only party in America left to defend the rule of law in Washington DC, and that's strange for me, all these people that I've politically been fighting against my entire life. You actually just set the Democratic Party is because what you all s questions. It's republicans. It's all about marijuana to take care of America. And that oh dad, I am the American. Leave it right. There are so happy. Gotta really married in the book are thanks to Joe Scarborough. And Mika Brzezinski members of our audience, you are going call with a copy of the book burnings. Hey, what's up is common? I hope you check out my new book. Let love have the last word for the fun notice show. The ladies are going to have the last were right. I'm up next. After selling triple platinum records marrying a Super Bowl winning quarterback where the Sierra to drop debut her next big music video on the view of for Friday. Don't miss the exclusive only on the view. Oscar and Grammy winning superstar musician and actor an activist common is spreading the love and getting personal in his new memoir. Let love have the last word. Please welcome back the fabulous under mazing common. Doc, the common to adopt Leah. Commencement speech at your alma mater, Florida, am and you look real. They didn't know you get in the doctorate. No, I didn't know I was getting it was such a full circle experience because I went to family a historical black college had one of the best experiences of life. But I left there to go to pursue my career, those kind of work undone within for my career to take me back there to be able to speak it. Ceremony and to get honorary. Doctor I would have rolled for all through the airport. They let me keep it up. I was going to sleep. I'm susan. This one on monumental moments in my life. Yes. You have another monumental moment. You have a new book called let love have the last word. And I think it's interesting to make the subject about love. Why did you choose that while chose because a lot of the topics that we talk about like when it comes to politics, and the divisiveness, and and you know, the corruption is going on in different things. I feel like those conversations way down on us and love for me has been one of the biggest solutions to when I am heavy like just find it. And I'm not just talking to floaty love. I'm talking about like practicing as a as a human being like finding out ways to love myself and. Turned then in turn like that. That helps allows me to love other people in love people that are different from me. We don't believe the same thing. I still don't want. You don't have to spew out hate to be against that person. Not. And I think as thing we got a practice in these times so overcome these that's how we rise above it is do practicing love. So that's why I wanted to talk about it. And like talk about their p talk about things that black men. Don't don't talk about sometime like. Stigma. To say on one is you know, like if I told my friends that they look at me and be like, you know, why you're going to there is what's the matter? You look like everything everything is good, which you while you're going there. But we all need that mental health support people experience so much even when things are good. You still have things that you've experienced in life that you may not know carrying which you really got up through therapy learned a lot about how reacting relationships so and I and I really like no from going to communities how much trauma to the young people go through and someone is depression and anxiety. And I'm like man just gives them help. Just get some support. We all need it. So says I have a friend always says, it's an inside job. Yes. It does. Like, it was it was good for me. I saw Jay Z talking in a conversation about how he said how the hardest work he had to do. He said, you know, I've hustled off did different things. I've even been shot at, but he said, the hardest worker had to do the work on myself and. That's what I've been feeling like the work. But I, but I feel like the work on myself is helping me to go out and be a better human beings other. Book. It's so beautiful. Your book is so beautiful and beautifully written. And for me. It seemed like a love letter to your daughter. She's here in the audience. Striking to me you write about your relationship with her. And she's and you write that she called you recently. And she said that she wished you had been there more for her when she was a child, and how did that make you feel and how did it change you as me in many ways, it definitely at the moment of other discussion. It definitely I felt hurt a felt angry in a way. I felt these different emotions felt disappointed in myself. And I was really trying to explain myself. It'd be like, well, I thought I was there, you know, trying to give these reasons or excuses and just trying to give my side of the story. But what did change the way it changed me? And it's prominent in the book is like it made me I look and say, hey, I need to just listen to her. This is her perspective. This is what she experiences. No matter. What I think I did. And didn't do this is how she feels. And it really showed me. How to love in a different way. Because love is that being able to take in what somebody even if you don't agree or you think you write about this. And I couldn't fix it at that moment either. I just had listened. And I think I look at that relationship, you know, our relationship as it grows and not think that communication has been helpful. But also apply that to individuals now. Like, oh, it's a society. Like, I need to listen to people like when I've been going to visit the prisons and talk to people in prison. I listened to him. I'm not like they're just like this is what we do. Because I don't know everything that they may be experiencing and where they may be hurting. And I feel the same way in society. Like, I'll lead us should be listening to the to the communities. It says to the people that are serving but. Right about in the book about your love life. And and how Michelle Obama is your mentor on then tell us about that? She gave me a little love it by C C. I mean, she really I actually had to experience when they were when Michelle Obama President Obama win in the White House. I had to experience the sin down talking with them. And you know, she was asked me he's like common you you're not married while you're not married. And then I'll, you know, we've got into the discussion, and she was like, no, you're not approaching it the right way. Because at that time, I think I was looking for this perfect person. And I'm not the perfect person. And she started breaking down like, you know, what it important things to you. Make sure the person has those things because you're not going to get everything in that. And I was thinking well, President Obama got everything you though, but. But, but you know to hit that come in from her was really important. It was in Scifo because you just think they perfect people. Or? Yeah. More with what is being? Crazy. Do you love, nurses? Hello to nurse nurse gang. I love that. They took care. You know, my mother just had a surgery, and as I was going through the hospital and being there the people working in the hospital. I was I gained a swear. I thank you. Dave really doing God. For those are some of the people that are like. Give back to Our Lady. I love a woman who is carrying like open hearted. Like cares about people has spirituality to it. You know believes in a higher power. She has to be able to have fun. Like, we gotta be people think I'm just all talking to serious all the time. I like to joke. I liked to have fun like to go out to dinner have wine. And I and I think you know, I like all right. All right, ladies dot com. You. You have to come more often have to come here more on. And we'd thank you. I love you love it when you're here. So is new book. Let love have the last word is out today. And you know, what y'all you have been so good today. We're gonna give you a copy. He's gonna be doing book signings today at Barnes and noble bit that move from one to two thirty and leading evening in down scrum. Hey, everybody. I'm a great day everybody and take a little time to enjoy. Whatever view you happen upon.

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Why MSNBCs Daniela Pierre Bravo Is Unstoppable

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Why MSNBCs Daniela Pierre Bravo Is Unstoppable

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I didn't have parents who knew the lay of the land. I didn't have anybody advising me. And so something happens when you're the only person that you can count on, and you're not really waiting for anybody to show you what to do for a long time. A new Danila here Bravo as a producer on MSNBC's morning, Joe. But recently, I learned a full story. She's a dreamer, who made her way through college selling Mary Kay, earned a coveted spot as NBC page and quickly proved herself as a whip smart television producer. And now she's the co author of the new book, earn it a career guide for women in their twenties and beyond. Yellow so fun for me to be the producer and yeah, union. I guess funded the here, thank you so much. Happy to have your born in Chile you move till Hieaux around age eleven. How did you learn that you were undocumented? Well, I was trying to get ready for college. And I didn't really understand. I remember going on an eighth grade trip to Washington and waiting at the bus because I couldn't go to the White House, and it didn't hit me that I didn't have an ID because at the time I had a social security number. So I didn't really pride and really ask. I don't know that was subconscious or not. But it didn't really hit me until I started looking for colleges. And I really tried my best ro- college to not only be a great student, but be in those like advanced classes, and extracurriculars because I really wanted to have a good opportunity to go to a great college. But then it hit me that a it my parents couldn't afford it which I kind of knew. But then when I would try to find loans come to find out then, oh, I'm undocumented. I, I can't qualify for any loans. We ever concerned for your safety after that. I don't know if I was scared or concerned for my safety, but I, I became sort of fearless because I lived in a small town in Ohio. I didn't have any professional mentors. I didn't have a roadmap. I didn't have parents who knew the lay of the land. I didn't have anybody advising me. And so something happens when you're the only person that you can count on, and you're not really waiting for anybody to show you what to do. And you can have to figure it out for yourself. So I just remember being kind of fearless about at all. And it wasn't on your radar that ice could show up at your front door and play your family apart. I was her so trying to get myself into college and keep going forward that I didn't think about it. Dude, your plans for when you grew up change when you learn divider status. I think it definitely limited my possibilities of what could be. So I always wanted to work in TV I had this lofty idea of being part of how cultures told and bringing to the table, different voices and people that reflected my background. And so I wanted. To be part of how that culture was told ironically. That's my job now but at the time I realized that I didn't have a way to do that, that was kind of a nearly impossible plan. So I thought, well, I'm going to go to college. Try to take it one step at a time. And I'll go to law school because that's the only way that I can keep going in my education, and I won't have to find a job. So I was just really trying to take it one step at a time. You know, congratulations, who joined the long list of Latinas Latina guests who either thought they'd go to law school or did cost. You go to college in state in Ohio, most students have a work study job. But you did something very different to get through Miami university while I wish I could have a job at school. Like I wish I had the opportunity to work legally. I would've loved that, but I found out that that wasn't an option for me and I would have to get creative. I mean really creative about my options because I ended up scouring the internet every night. This is like a ritual as soon as I found out, I was undocumented even when I was in college every night, I would scour the internet for private scholarships for writing contests for Craigslist jobs, like, whether it was, you know, bussing tables short time, we're working at bars as far back. And you know, Mary Kay was something that came to the table when I was eighteen years old. I learned that you could be your own boss, and I thought, well, if nobody would hire me all higher myself and. And what's interesting is that I had to take a semester off school to really build that business. Because at the time I had a social security number. So I, I was able to use that and I was hiring women around rural Ohio and learning on YouTube accounting, one, a one and teaching them all these different ways to build their business, and I was in the shadows at the time. So nobody knew what was really going on. You're the first person in your family to go to an American college. What were you expecting when you moved into that dorm? While was not expecting I was just so excited to experience it all, you know, I I my parents were still out of the loop in terms of what college dorm was and the whole process was like I came in. I kid you not with a cardboard box with, like canned food. And no decorations. No, nothing. And I found here that in the US having a dorm is like a pretty big deal when it comes to, like, fighting comfy and cute things to put around. And, you know, I barely brought anything else other than like those canned good products and this ninety nine dollar or forty nine ninety nine I remember WalMart by from Mary, Kay, like this plastic container with a little locked put all my, Mary Kay product. So, honestly, my dorm room is just covered in Mary, Kay products lifeline. That was a lifeline as you unpack your things looked around. What did you think and feel about your surroundings about the other people, you're going to school with I so hopeful, I remember forgetting that I was undocumented and forgetting about all of sort of the difficulties on getting myself to college, and all the, the reasons why when succeed, and I had for the first time hope because I thought, well, if I can make it into college year one it's only uphill from here, but there's a lot of obstacles, I came during those first year and second years of college that really almost impeded me from finishing. But look what well the second year, you know, so excited, I had gotten into all my extracurriculars and I wanted to be an mock trial, which was like a number one nationally recognized organization. I told you I wasn't cool. Love you more and more. And this great business fraternity, and I was so excited, I had made lots of friends like many people do the first year of college and the summer before I came back as a sophomore. I never had enough money to go back to school for the entire semester. So I was always taking it one step at a time. And I remember having a couple of thousands of dollars, I think it was like two thousand dollars or something just to get me by for like the first couple of weeks of college sophomore semester, until I figured it out. I was on a delivery for Mary Kay, and I ended up hitting a parked car and obviously, in no situation to argue with the owner. I said, give me your number and the number was the amount of money that it took to go back to school. And so that was it, and it was a huge roadblock. And think about not having anybody tell you. You can do it. This is going to get better. And even my mom, who is the rock, who's always, like, there's always a way I remember sitting at a raise parking lot and her and I just sobbing and holding each other. Because both of us truly felt that this could be the end of all the hard work, and I just remember crying and pounding the floor when I got home that night because there was no way forward at that point. And how did you make that way forward? It was interesting. So I prayed. And I went to bed and the next morning. It's so crazy. I woke up and I had such clarity a what was going to happen next. So I had six months that I realized, okay, I'm not going to go back to school. These first six months, let that be and work, but off. So I took the Mary Kay, stop that I was doing and build it into a robust business. I hit senior consultant status in six months. That's when I started hiring those women around rural America, forty fifty sixty year old women who were under my team who had no idea they're working for an undocumented immigrant. No idea and just teaching them. The skill sets to build their own business. But I was working, you know, I was getting up at eight a m cold calling people cold emailing people running in two people at malls and asking them, you know, what skin care, they use, and then kind of do my little spiel about Mary Kay. I. I was bussing tables, I was waitressing I was hostessing all short term paying jobs that could pay cash six months later. I was back at it and back in college. Is there something that's getting in the way of your happiness, for just always on your mind? I've found the talking with someone can make a big difference. And sometimes the logistics finding the right person finding the right time to talk makes things complicated. Better help connects you with an online counselor in a safe and private online environment. 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With such limited opportunities that this was the place if any would give me that ability to find something to hold onto your super savvy. And so instead of putting your Ohio address on those resumes. You put the New York City address where you would a stent simply be living in a dorm in New York pretty doing move. We know what I found out in this world, people will always make excuses to do the easy thing and the easy thing would have been for a hiring manager in New York City in an unpaid internship, to not call somebody in the middle of Ohio if it's an unpaid internship, that starts in two weeks. So I decided, I'm not gonna make any excuses to get on whatever I have to get on to get to the interview the next day, if that's what it calls for. So I'm just going to say that I live in New York City. And I always said, if my qualifications on my resume which were all true ended up matching the job description than getting there would be a piece of cake. And so then you get a call from PD's production company. Yeah. And they're like, okay, great. Can you be here tomorrow? Right. Bad way entertainment called me and they did a quick phone screening interview. And they said, yeah. Can you come in tomorrow, and I go are pending? Yes, I can I'll be there tomorrow. I didn't know how it's going to get there. I couldn't obviously, as you know, get on a plane or drive so I got on an eighteen hour. Bus ride nine stops through the night didn't sleep washed up in stinky, smelly port authority. And made it to the internship interview, you realize how wild that all sounds retrospectively. It was all blur. But I feel like I was just so hungry to just get one chance. Yeah. And then you got it. I got it and another internship, an internship. You know what I found out MTV networks, which is the second unpaid internship, that called me back. They asked for a phone interview. And I was like, why didn't I why didn't I just offer to do that? But that's the thing. When you have limited options in Ottawa forward. You just gotta do what you gotta do and not make any excuses for it. Tell me about the first time you met co author of earn it Mika Brzezinski. Oh my gosh. I was I was such a fan girl like a cl- a silent flash fan, girl. Like I didn't I never came out and told her, but it was when I was in NBC page, actually, I didn't know, morning Joe, but I had this assignment to cut clips of pop moments of all of the MS NBC shows, and I would start with. Morning, joe. And I would start the day. And I found out that I would spend the whole day, just watching morning Joe clamps because I loved me and Joe. And I remember none other pages really wanted. This is I make us it's like who's going to wake up at four in the morning, and, like want to get coffees and a half a smile on their face. And that was me because I was just so excited. And I remember coming into gets dressing room because the coordinator at the time was going to introduce me to her while she was in makeup. And I go in and she goes are you getting my coffee every morning? And I'm like, really excited to tell her. Yes. And she's like good. You better. Not f it up. So that was my introduction to me, go our relationship has evolved since then. But I also very good at getting coffee, the way it's meant delete good at getting a hot black-eyed me sto. Yes, yes, yes. But that's really one of the reasons why she noticed me. I mean as silly as that sounds, it hasn't menial as, as getting coffee might be you think about all the people. That are coming through that revolving doors, whether it's interns, whether it's NBC pages, whether it's production assistance, people are constantly coming in, and I was kind of strategic about seen what she had told me in the green room that morning and saying, okay, I'm going to take this opportunity to make like the best black coffee that I could ever make. And that was something that, really you should stop with her. You stood outside Starbucks waiting for them to open and you try to negotiate with them to open it up. So I got a lot of trouble with the managers at Starbucks many times, because they didn't open till like five AM, and they told us that they would open up, like ten minutes early, and Mika would come in the building of five fifty AM. So I was like, okay no, that's not gonna work. And so I would just stand outside of Starbucks, literally pounding on the door every single day when I was supposed to be ready to go print scripts. But I was pounding on, like the Starbucks store like pleading to please open up a few minutes early. So I could time it exactly. To win meek, got out of her car so that she didn't have to wait and make up without her coffee. So I was really serious about my coffee. When to start a family is a really personal decision. Some of us want kids now and some of us are insurable ever want them before I got pregnant with my daughter, my friends, and I would often talk about how we wished we knew more about our own fertility because the not knowing only made decisions and plans, more confusing. I wish at the time I'd had access to modern fertility is at home hormone fertility test a recently took their fertility quiz and explored their timeline tool. 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Some of life's biggest decisions tests are conducted in a C, L, A, certified lab, an affiliate of physicians and clinical advisors work atop fertility clinics, visit modern fertility dot com slash Latina, take their fertility quiz and get twenty dollars off your modern fertility test. That's modern fertility dot com slash Latina to take the fertility quiz. Get twenty dollars off modern fertility dot com slash Latino. You share your story with me, ultimately explained that you wanna create access for women like you women who may not have other people to guide them through this. And not is power earn. It is born. So let's go through your career advice. Well, there's a lot in excited for people at arena, earn it some of the advice. That's in the book sorts out from the moment you walk in the door and getting your foot in the door, and we have great advice in terms of how to build a network, you know, we partnered up with Harvard University, and we found out that seventy percent of young women are not comfortable networking. That's crazy. Because networking is such a way in the door and to gain access and leverage to connections and people that will further your career. There's a part of the book that I really loved, where you compare two different emails to different nodes received on, on Lincoln and explained. Why one of them really worked, and one of them really didn't? Yeah. So one of them, which I, I get these type of emails, often there is personnel linked in the reach out to me and said something like Hello. Hi, daniele. I would like to have a job at NBC universal. Can you point me in the right direction in order to do so? And I got that I understand. I mean I don't know. But because there was so have no guidance if you have how coach on. But that's why I wanna talk about it. That's not the right note descent. Yeah. Yeah. This is why we wrote earn it. So there's so many things going on here. So breaking it down. NBC universal if you did your research, which is so important. That's number one advice that I give when you're reaching out to somebody, and you should absolutely reach out to people that you don't know, but you have to be purposeful concise, and specific, they do not know how they can help you, you have to be able to state it, and you have to be able to navigate it so that it's not like you're asking. Hey, take care of me me me me, but you have to bring value back to the table, and it's hard to do all in one Email. So with this one specific, one of the things I was wrong with it is that NBC universal is huge. So are you looking for something in the business department? Are you looking at something for a specific show? Are you looking at something in the marketing department? So really doing your research is really important, and one of the ways that you can do that goal. Get job descriptions, online and become acquainted with what the company is. And what are the roles and how do they look like? So if she'd sent a better note, what would it if she had said the best note, possum, what would it have sentenced and in the book, I show a note that really ties and everything together, which would sound something like Hello? My name is blah, blah, blah. I noticed that you are a booking producer at morning Joe. My background is in publicity or whatever your background is. And I noticed that you work with tons of different guests every morning I'd love to learn a little bit more about the editorial part that you do. I actually also went to Miami university. You don't have to go to the same college as me just show, some type of relative background or something that could connect us and be flexible don't say I'd like to get on a call tomorrow, or, you know, do you have time for Coffey, because some people to higher up, you go the less time that they have to meet people. In person, you shouldn't not ask for it. But just be kind of mindful of who you're talking to one of the things that drives me bananas nights his happens way, more than than you'd imagine is that I have someone reach out to me for vice which I'm really happy to give. And I really also tried to, you know, follow up with to do is how I have no say. We'll check in with me in three months. Check in with me in six months, keep on me because I have a lot going on. And I don't want to drop the ball and I'll never hear from the person again. Absolutely. And actually, I'm budge set up because I love mentoring young women. And if people reach out to me, I absolutely want to respond back if they make it easy for me to do that. And one of the things it's like when people are so busy, especially if you're reaching out to somebody in a bigger innovation or that has a lot of job responsibilities. Don't feel bad about I don't wanna say nagging, but keep at it follow up because there's so many times that I'll think of somebody that idea. Get a chance to respond to in real time and can't find their Email because they never did the follow up. We wanna tell you about a podcast, we think you'll like Ted in Hispaniola in each episode thought leaders from across the Spanish speaking world, take the Ted or teddy, staged explore the big ideas and questions of our time. Like what is the connection between math and love? Can we apply the rules from the games of chess to winning in our lives, but can entre preneurs lead us to improving education and health for the entire world? The weekly podcast features talks exclusively in Spanish, and is hosted by the curator of Ted any spongy, Jerry Gerbeau ski find it on apple podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen, Ted in Hispaniola, you, they us enormous through the, the Oman. All right. Let's talk about money salary negotiations more challenging than we act like it is this is what was hard for me, because I had the impostor syndrome from the moment, I walked in the door, and I really had to fight it from day one. So going into the negotiating table. That's like the one thing you need to make sure that you completely clear yourself because what I've learned is that when you're gonna go sheeting for money. It has nothing to do with you personally. And it has everything to do with the labor that you bring to the table. And once you can differentiate that and take every personal thing about you outside of the equation in stop thinking about like, oh, well, my boss, you know, maybe he won't like me because I'm asking for too much, or maybe he thinks I shouldn't be asking this like take that out of your brain. Think about the labor thing about all the hard work that you've been doing the long hours, which by the way, women are always told to do and they do it. Take all those things consideration, because those are going to be a real leverage is, and it's going to empower you to find the words don't take it personal, though, because it never works. It stood out to me on the page, that while letting us are no stranger to hard work. We have a different relationship to the word ambition and a lot of numbers. Yes. It's a site, DEA culturally, my mother and grandmother are great examples, working women have taught me the value of a dollar all that good stuff yet, culturally. They've told me. Oh, don't worry. You know, your turn will come even the word. If you say it out loud. I'm Bruce Llosa. It's got the sort of like negative Luna merge two or you're thinking about yourself, and not other people and like what other culture is more about people than our own. Right. And so I think that being ambitious is not about alien. Dating yourself and being this sort of like I Kana class at only cares about themselves. But it's all the things that constitute getting to the top, and ambition, and it's not only just working hard and putting yourself out there, but it's being able to turn the corner and asking for advancement because, you know, one of the things that I've noticed with the woman that we interviewed for the book, is that women get into these roles where two and three years into the job, they're stuck with, like administrative work and they're stuck with all the things that men don't have to do that. All of a sudden, they're climbing up the ladder, because women have always been told that they need to work, the long hours and do all the work, but they don't know when the raise our hand and that is when ambition is really important so powers through, do you think though for Latinos, in particular that some of it has to do with the patriarchal societies? We come from, I mean, and this idea that. Ambitiona somehow unfini-. Why think like if we look at them Bishen, I can say, all of the women in my life are hard working, and they really put their families. I but they don't embrace ambition the way that Arjun ration- does. And I think that we do come from an environment, where much e- small is a real thing and generational, that's changing. We did the Harvard research and we found out that seventy six percent of young women Caucasian women are actually embracing the word ambition, but that number is a lot lower for women in the Latino community. So I think it has to do with, of course, this idea of Matisse, that has been so ingrained in our cultures. But I think our generation is getting a lot better of calling Bs. So I love career advice. I'm careerist. I've always wanted. To know how to navigate my career. So I I've read a lot of these books. I love them. Also worry that career advice writ large, as a form of gas lighting, and that, it, it leans a little too heavily on this idea that you can change all of your circumstances, or that, if women just approach things differently that somehow that will compensate for all of the structural issues that underlie this like equal pay right? Like I would never want someone to walk away from your book thinking wolf, I just negotiated harder than I could close the pay gap. Right. And there are certain things that are left up to corporations and institutions to fix because equal pay is much broader than just one person. But I do think that there are parts of the equations that women can control. And I think that the beauty of this book is that we don't just talk about negotiating and asking you for what you're worth when you're at the negotiating table. We talk about. All of the things that need to happen before, then to build that advocating power, because that's really what's going to set the tone of difference when you get to the negotiating table, because it's really if you haven't done certain things like consistently, raise your hand or consistently asked for more from the beginning of your careers. It's kinda too late. When you get to the negotiating table, you've gotta build real raw data twenty twelve day Obama made his dock announcement where were you? Well, yeah, I was in my internship, that was unpaid bad boy, entertainment. I was sitting at my desk, and we didn't have TV's because I was stuck in a cubicle. But I remember getting a text message from a family member and telling me to turn on the TV and I remember just being aghast with, like so much emotion because I, you know, obviously scrolled through the internet and there it was President Obama executive action on deferred. Action. And it was so life changing, I felt like I needed to get out of there and like a happy to, but, I couldn't tell anybody I was still in the shadows until DACA came out. And so it was just a moment of complete complete gratitude above everything else, and so much emotion, and so much like looking at the future and saying, there are so many possibilities, no matter how many difficulties, I had no matter how many obstacles are closed doors. Not only at the moment that I had, but could be I was so filled with optimism of the day, it was revoked. I was in Chile. Yeah. I'd have very sick family member. And I had advanced parole. And I was taking care of somebody that was really sick. And I didn't know what I was going to do. I didn't know if I could go back into the country. Can you imagine had built this career up? I was in the middle of book writing, and I ended up consulting with the lawyer while I was away. I think all of us were in kind of a frenzy, whether you were out of the country, you're in the country, we didn't know of can happen. And I ended up being one of the first offer Scipion to come back to JFK and they didn't know what to do with me. Meaning what Tia sake say, TES was, you know, you, you go through they the immigration line. And because I'm Dr sipping you get brought into it room where you have to wait a little bit because it's kind of an extra inspection and they didn't know what to do with me. One TSA agent told me, not don't think this is gonna work. They, they has done. And what are you going to do in this situation? So you're gonna sit down and kind of, you know, make them go through everything. And, and, and you have to know your rights rights consulted with a lawyer, and, and actually said, well, you know what I was given advance parole, since x and x time and I'm here in the country before then. And so it took them a little bit of time, but they let me back in, which, you know, legally they had to do. What's the number one thing you want other letting us to take away from earn it? If you're a Latina that doesn't. Have a way in the door or that doesn't have parents who paid the path forward embrace the fact that you are, you know, the first one at the table that looks like you or that has your background because there's so much complexity that comes with knowing a different part of culture that many people here, don't necessarily know as we do, and it's such an opportunity to be able to not only just add that extra value to any company organization, but we really need to be able to embrace that for ourselves and make it part of our narrative, and own it. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. This is so fun. Thanks for joining us today. Latina to Latino is owned and executive produced by Jill Lake Olympic while Williams and meet Maria Murielle was the sound designer on this episode. We want to hear from you tell us who you want to hear from and how you're making the show a part of your life. Email us at Ola at Latina to Latina dot com. Remember to subscribe, or follow us on radio public Spotify, apple podcasts or wherever you're listening.

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Wednesday, Nov. 25: Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough, and Garth Brooks performs

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Wednesday, Nov. 25: Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough, and Garth Brooks performs

"Subscribe to our podcast to get hot topics delivered every afternoon. And while you're at it rate us in labor review grand new view. Darks live right now morning. Joe hosts in news media. Power couple john. Scarborough and mika brzezinski are hidden hot topics with their views on why the outgoing president even bothered to hold his really brief press briefing and having nationwide election results should be a dire warning for democrats plus country superstar. Garth brooks is performing right here and one viewers upping their holiday gift budget by five grand. When we announced the winner of our black friday cash sweepstakes here come hot topics with whoopie. Sarah haynes joy behar sunny hoste n- megan mccain and ana navarro now. Let's get things started. Well hello and welcome to the view. Now we're gonna get into some politics with joe scarborough and mika brzezinski and minute but first america's celebrating a very different kind of thanksgiving tomorrow and the cdc is pleading with people to stay put but flight map showed that. It's the busiest air travel times since the pandemic started and many worried that their relatives aren't being honest about quarantine before they visit. Now according to an article in glenmore glamour magazine. Can you relate to any of this. I start with sarah. The most glamorous of us all i like khalid's any of this well not argue like that the holiday specifically but in regards to the pandemic in general there are four of us kids. We didn't trust my parents. They live in florida and they take this seriously. But we were hyper vigilant. Because of their ages and their health and so My brother went down there to work remotely a few months ago for a month and he was like our undercover mole. We'd be talking to my parents. Were like you haven't been going out right. No we didn't go out. They went to the store the other day like every day. We'd get updates for my brother and my mom's like we're not eating inside in my brother's like they aid inside one time and we were like the phones start ringing. My parents are turning on my so like we were really worried but we. We decided that we'd send one of us in to protect them. So i totally understand why people are feeling this way because everyone's handling it so differently so right and those flight maps people really freaking out about because it you know. They feel people really desperate to see each other. I mean what what what would you say to them joy. I will say that. Sarah comes from a very dysfunctional family. What would be my first thing. You already knew this. I know that arabia. But what i would you know. Here's the thing about this. I can totally relate to it because back in the day in the late eighties. I was trapped in los angeles like a dog along without a husband without a boyfriend without a family. All by myself and there is nothing more lonely than being los angeles without anybody around you. I was talking to the palm trees. I anybody who would talk to me. And i was only in my late forties at that time and i was living in an assisted living complex. Okay and people would walk by on walkers and it was so depressing and so i understand the desire and the need to travel to see your family and if if if there was a corona virus or something like that at that time i would have had steve drive from new york to la. Pick me up and drive me back to la. That's to new york. That's how desperate a dog. I was so i say unto new people out you understand. Feel your pain but you're going to have to live with it. So what's your. Which would your thanksgiving looking like first of all. I think i look like the inside of a planetarium with this dress today but and if you're going to mention joy was talking to palm trees. I'm not sure. Sarah is the dysfunctional one serious for me for me. I i'm doing. I'm traveling tomorrow. And the reason i'm traveling. I'm traveling our to see my mom. You know this has been a very hard year for me. My mom has been near death and in the hospital down there twice in the last six months. I haven't seen her in a year. It's not to celebrate thanksgiving. We don't celebrate thanksgiving and he got. I'm going down there because flights just reopened and my mother's been near death and i need to see her. It is the only thing she wants. I will tell you that the flights the airline requires a covert test within thirty six hours of flying for every single passenger. I went and got the test yesterday. I submitted it last night. And i'm going to be you know i'm going to be in full house matsuda. I'm going to look like i'm flying to the moon. Allah's gonna look the same way. And i i feel terrible about not heating the cdc's advice. I do it. I'm so torn about it. But i cannot tell my mother know that i'm not gonna go see her so that now and i'm grateful for another thanksgiving. Yeah and what about you son. What's your what's your plan for tomorrow. Well i'm just gonna stay at home and follow the guidelines The cdc guidelines and just have thanksgiving with people that i live with in the house. And it's gonna be a very different thanksgiving for us and we're going to zoom with Our our family and friends. That can't be with us in the home. But we're going to try to make the best of it and keep everybody safe. But and i have to say i'm so happy that you're gonna go see your mom because i know how you've been torn about her health and not being able to see her and i think it's times like that that you know sometimes you just have to make an exception and try to be as safe as possible and go see your mom your idea doing the right thing. I think you're doing you know. And i think so much about people who are in the same situation who've lost precious time with loved ones in their life who who are who are in very frail health. And we're never going to get this time back and people like me who who have relatives and loved ones in places where there have been no flights to where the borders have been closed. So it's been a painful year for so so many so many for so many folks before we go gonna tell i'm i'm i'm here. I'm here you know the family's been here for about three weeks because six weeks ago. You didn't know what was happening. You know so you make these plans and then everybody comes. They went back. They voted and then they came back and stuff exploded but they've gotten tested because my son in law has to get tested. You know because he he's been ill so between he and i. You know you really have to unzip the house to walk in here. You really need to have all your paper before you come into the house. So it's all we're taking it seriously but you know you have to. You have to do what you're able to. The point is the people who go out and then you want to show everybody that you have sense enough to put on a face mask because when you go out and you stand in their partying without a mask you're basically saying i don't care if i kill you. See people don't wanna see that they don't want to see that but before we go. I just i think we need to mention a kind of a fabulous man leader who made history as the first black mayor of new york city. David deacons who passed away Yes they at ninety three. He was really a great guy and from time to time. When we were actually in studio we could go across the street to the atlantic baugh and grill and see him having lunch. You know he was new yorkers loved him they he got better with age. I think for folks because you know when you're in office everybody's up your but once you get out of office and you do great stuff. It's kind of wonderful and they were quite respectful and loving of david dinkins. I just wanted to say our farewell as fans of his and fans of new york city will be right back do morning joe host joe scarborough and mika brzezinski. Think the republican party. The news media and america will ever be the same after trump's presidency. And how can president elect joe biden win over the seventy three million plus voters who wanted a second term for trump. They're joining hot toppings next next week on the view. We're getting the low down on the best. Cyber monday deals plus the fabulous mindy kaeling author. Michael eric dyson and oscar winner. Kate winslet next week on the view on. Abc can mutate north. And i'm the founder of little likes kids may classic toys with decidedly diverse imagery this time last year when we were doing holiday markets and trade shows but when kohler hit the quickly shift to e commerce strategy by purchasing are bestsellers at fifty percent off getting a great gift for a lehner life and doing so small business. Working really hard to elevate play. Welcome back we all knew that you know who was not going to go quietly. But it won't stop the country and the world from entering a whole new era once. He gets out the house joining hot topics to talk about this. Joe oh my god. I'm so sorry. I just had a had a flash of you all talking about this for the last four years anyway. My bad the author of the new book saving freedom scarborough and co host. Mika brzezinski there with us this morning good morning. Welcome to morning. So yesterday was the tale of two press conferences. Then was that brian. Press conference is first slate of cabinet picks and then you know who would his big baby act who took the mic for an impromptu briefing which lasted sixty four seconds. Apparently what is happening. What is happening now. What's happening is exactly what we knew was going to happen. And donald trump is continuing to perform his shock opera. This is sort of. The finale is not a grand finale with more like a law long maybe so and the comments from the the people in the white house press corps afterwards. Where a lot. Like george w bushes after the inauguration said that was some strange stuff watch asset the word. But but you know there's nothing he can say. There's nothing that he's going to do that. Can stop the inevitable. Which is a emailing people voted for. Joe biden joe buying one over three hundred electoral votes. So he's gonna be the next president united states and i think the best thing we can all do is focus on what's relevant. That is what the next administration is to look like and so forth oil. A lot of the pixel awfully greg biden introduced members of his cabinet yesterday. It was truly a moment that reminded you of what this country was all about. So okay joe are you. Are you surprised so many of your republican colleagues have stayed mute while the president tries to undermine democracy even now there are only a few willing to call biden. president-elect. I mean how quickly will tune change once he takes office. Do you think fairly though it. We once again. Find yourself in a position where we're week. We can be not surprised by what we're saying but at the same time still be shocked that these people will continue to carry water for donald trump. you know it we could go back and talk about donald trump blocking kids in cages and republicans remaining silent we can talk about charlottesville remaining silent. We can talk about the fact that he denigrated a gold star. Parents and republicans remained silent even right before the election when he was asked. I is attorney. Pass is political opponents. Something they do in china in russia in in saudi arabia so it it was just stunning. That republicans didn't speak out then and they aren't speaking out now. Not exactly sure what they're afraid of. Joe biden is going to be president united states. And they're going to have to deal with gel. My husband eight up. I was gonna i was just and that was just want to add to what i said joe. You know what they're afraid of. They're afraid of the big bad wolf. Who will bad mouth them to his base and then they won't vote for the republicans in georgia for example right now. That's what they're afraid. I don't agree with that. But donald trump's not gonna do anything for for the senators running georgia. Donald trump is worried about donald. Trump doesn't care about the republican party. Never cared about the republicans. He contributed the hillary clinton nine times that suited his purpose. So he's never going to help anybody but donald trump and what's so discouraging to me in fact no republicans were on be have even tried to tell the truth about donald trump s and. They're so obsessed about their base that it never occurs to them that maybe they can move their base along with them some money. Donald trump said himself a young everybody all these republicans want across the country except for donald trump. Obviously he's not doing something right. Joe actually i would. Add larry hogan the governor of maryland to that list with mitt romney. I think he too has been a beacon of truth but my husband al cardenas hello. He was chair of the republican party. Florida when you weren't congressman from the state and you know it it feels like it was a completely different republican party back then and so i ask you where does all of this leave disaffected. Republicans like you like me. Is the republican party to stand any chance of recovering from something like we just went through. The last four years can can make win. Somebody like you back. i can't let me back. I mean you can't have a party that supported a president that was talking about creating a muslim registry a president who was talking about throwing his political opponent in jail Two weeks before the election. Who wouldn't guarantee a peaceful transfer of our told. Bob woodward he knew exactly how dangerous this pandemic was and instead lied to the american people over and over again over. Two hundred fifty thousand americans have died and they keep making fools of themselves. Republican party keeps making fools of themselves by again kowtowing to this guy. So i don't know where i go. I'm not sure where you don't know where al. How's me where people do or used to be criticized and being called nazis for supporting people like mitt romney and jeb bush. I want for those good old days but wearing i. Don't go back to the republican. Barring any donald trump is a fascist donald trump as behaved like a fascist and Again just look up. The definition look at the fact that the men time and again as has called on his supporters to commit acts of violence. Look at the fact that again. He's talked about arresting political opponents undermining our constitutional nord saying that the constitution article do gives him unlimited power. My republican party. The republican party by you remain silent. I can never go back there. So the question is do remain independent for the rest of my life. Do we haven't expanding different party. Democrats welcome conservatives and welcomed Suburban voters that helped elect george are helped elect joe biden descent. I mean i think that's that's the big question. Well keep even. I think. I think we're going to have more questions when we come back for you. Joe so we'll be right back with joe and still held garth brooks is performing on the view and won viewers winning by brand on our black friday cash sweepstakes. We are back with joe and mika sunny yeah. President elect biden is already facing calls from some in the democratic party to investigate and prosecute president trump one of the senior prosecutors in the muller investigation just also came forward and said that the next attorney general should hold trump accountable for any criminal behavior in office despite how divisive that could be for the country. What's the best move for the sake of the country in your opinion. Well joe i get. I get the stage in we disagree. I'm just going to say for the record. We disagree on this I don't think it's enough with many things done by how much a we gonna just let pass five from this presidency which has come so close to destroying our democracy more than any other president and i do think that there needs to be A degree of investigations and also a postmortem on what happened and our institutions where they softened where they didn't hold. I think more of a check on the attorney general in the future that really a think show weakness in our democracy. We need to look us so that we never go through something like this again and i understand you know sometimes doing a party for the sake of uniform. Unity in moving forward. This is different. You can't let all these things go by and just pretend that they'll ever happen again. We have to do something about the many perils that this president who toward democracy. Okay well i. We can't let this slip by either a anniversary the other day i think both of you yes yes laws. Such as i remembered it. Nica the yes. One of us enjoyed our anniversary. Yes yes i i. I totally know how that happened. So i'll forgive you now but we had to call you out now. Joe you called this election with the exception of biden's victory and absolute repudiation of the democratic party as a brand on account of their disappointing results in down ballot races in the house and senate. Now i want to ask you both. If that's the case. Does it make sense. That democratic leadership is staying the same. And how should democrats correct course here you know. The president is states is always leader. The party joe biden is going to chart a center a of more moderate course in in so all the other players in washington. Dc will take their cues of from the president of the united states. And and so. I'm not so sure that There have to be wholesale changes anywhere. Nancy pelosi remember nancy. Pelosi had more money spend against her over the past ten fifteen twenty years probably than any other politician in washington. Dc and yet. She carried her party to big victory in two thousand eighteen but there is no doubt that that there were a couple of messages and i kept hearing from democrats throughout the entire campaign than it was earning them their couple of eggs. Defunding the police. The calls for defunding. The place had an impact at Socialism a brand printing device. Not good i think especially in south florida but you know i gotta say one of the frustrating things to me was the fact that de fund the place. I kept hearing that for my friends. I can be hearing that from other people who've said they booked to the democratic party. While i have nancy pelosi who had nancy pelosi on the show saying that. It was a stupid idea we had. Of course al sharpton on all the time Saying that was we need police reform but defunding place at made absolutely no sense with young kleiber. Time and time again say is a bumper sticker. And it doesn't do us any good. Labor also said talking about socialism doesn't do as well it. Also i think democrats just need to be a little more aggressive over the next several years letting americans what they do know what they do stand for and what they don't send for him right now. americans what. They voted for divided government. They wanted more centrist government. I think going to be the responsibility of both parties to look at the results and respond accordingly. Forgive me laughing. I can just see mitch mcconnell looking and thinking the way that you just described but we're gonna go and take a break and come back. We'll be right back. Staying informed has never been more important. Get information is coming in faster than ever. So how do you make sensible start here. Hey i'm brad milkey from abc news. In every weekday we will break down the latest headlines in just twenty minutes straightforward reporting dynamic interviews and analysis from experts. You can trust always credible always solid start here from abc news twenty minutes every weekday your smart speaker or your favorite podcast app. We are back with joe. And mika joy yes so let's talk about your your new book. Joe it's called saving freedom. Which is about president. Harry truman who liked biden. Face a world in crisis. When he entered the white house truman may have had the toughest transition until until this one given that. Fdr died in office and left him with world war two and spreading a soviet communism threat to tackle so what tips should biden. Take from truman. When it comes to confronting the crisis we face today well. I think you'll binds already starting to do it. Surround yourself with the best. And the brightest people can harry. Truman had george marshall whose organizer of a allies victory in world war two we had dean aitchison perhaps the greatest a diplomat of the twentieth century. Who really are truman's truman's foreign policy. Which we still all basically a live under today. He had april. Harriman as ambassador to the soviet union and he listened to experts he was constantly learning. He's a guy who graduated from spalding commercial college in kansas city that was was the highest degree retained but he was learning throughout his entire life. He was reading throughout his entire life and most importantly ask he understood the senate he knew how to work the senate he added to work. Republicans took control of the senate and the house for the first time. I in in fourteen years When when truman had to move on the truman doctrine and the marshall plan and nato so he just work with republicans he found republicans who would with him and he they created a partnership that moves us away from isolationism and created a world stage that really not only restrained the soviet union and pushed back solid and soviet communism and kept it out of europe but also really helped create the american century and helped us thrive for decades. Joe you point out in the book. Truman has always been underestimated. He was underestimated by the public by his party and even by his own mother-in-law tell us as you wrote this book. Did he ever win her over. And by the way how did you do with yours she. She's said nice things about the book. So that's good lem now she she sees one. No you know having trimmer was always underestimated from the very beginning when he got elected to the united states senate in a shocking upset. He was dismissed by the new york times as a room. Six years later. Fdr what even endorsing. When he gets elected as vice president he was mocked as a second missouri compromise a time magazine called the mousy little man from missouri and of course there the famous sayings to areas truman. And i'm just mild about. Harry fell throughout the presidency and when he laughed he left with a twenty two percent approval rating but he left with a twenty two percent approval rating. Because he took one courageous. Move after another weather. You're talking about desegregating the armed forces whether you're talking about confronting stalin. A win win. A miracle is just absolutely exhausted from four years of war. He also is a very patient man. He knew who he was. He wasn't upset by the fact. His mother-in-law told him early on that she did not approve of him. He was not good enough for best he let her live in the white house and she still was telling him when he was in the white house he wasn't a suitable replacement for fdr and yet he kept his head down. He loved her and when he left off with his twenty two percent approval rating a lot of american studies at failures and president of course decades later historians would reassess that same great president but winston churchill of all people said When truman left office he said more than anybody else harry. Truman save western civilization so didn't have his mother-in-law on his side but winston churchill rodney donald. Pretty darn good job. And i gotta say joe you know history will always tell us what we what we thought we knew. We always find out. History has the four one one on everybody. This new book is wonderful. Saving freedom truman. The cold war and the fight for western civilization. It's available at all find booksellers. Pick it up. It's really insightful. And we of course will be right. Back country superstar. Garth rug is giving you up. Pre-thanksgiving performance on the view next. Welcome back tomorrow. Maybe thanksgiving but we're going to start at a little early because with thankful right now that this man came to see us for a visit please welcome back the one the only and the quite fabulous happy holiday. Welcome back happy holidays. Listen it is something you usually on the road. You spent five six years on the road. You're performing all the time and then suddenly hit comes cove and now you're not on the road you've been home. How how's that has been. And how soon after your realized it was gonna be a couple of months patricia. Say now look you need to just relax. She told me you need to get a job and get the hell out of the house is eddie close since we do the same thing for living. We always traveled together anyway. So we're just together and pretty much just stayed here on the farm these a. She's got a new cookbook that she just rope on. This one is the the bible of all cookbooks. And she still. She still does some things kind of like what you guys do with cooking show. She doesn't like the assume and stuff like that. Well garth same way to do it. Thanksgiving is tomorrow. We know that miss tricia is quite the cook even as her own cooking show What is thanksgiving gonna look like at your house this year will. It's it's going to look. It's going to look the same size except the seats are going to be emptied. She's going to be so. This might be the best thanksgiving yet you spend about a month and the gym after this. But i'm really looking forward to. I miss her cooking. I really do. I love when she comes to show that i'm telling you those i don't cook but i have used that book. I really had this man. The she's everybody's household during the tv or in the cookbook. I swear we go to the store. People pull her over. She walks them to find ingredients stuff. She's see such a doll. You just lover. And do i do and now here you go again. 'cause you just can't sit still you release not one but you release two albums last week. Now one is called fine and the other is called. Triple live deluxe some. This is a lot of fun. Because it's it's it's like throw everything and the cherry on top of it and it's got everything from historic rhyme auditory performances. All the way up to eighty five thousand people in the stadium singing along. It's it's a beautiful thing. And i gotta tell you. It's kind of my favorite thing right now. Because when you don't get to tour least you can put it on and you can Hear those voices again. Because you know you don't do it for them you do it for yourself. It's it's such a selfish thing. It's a great thing live performances. Nothing better and since thanksgiving is tomorrow. I know you have a special song that you are going to sing for us. Just thankful for and we kind of call it the thanksgiving song but the truth is i think the seed to happen if right now if you're sitting there goldman why am i not happy with. You're always check the gratefulness level right. Always check that thing. It's like president. Carter said you go to sleep with a roof over your head. You're spoiled so that level of greatness just check into that greatness and when you do that when you look around your baby's healthy all those other things that you worry about that bring you down. Maybe artists so now before us sing we wanna to tell people that you interests have a live holiday tv special. So look out for that. And don't forget god's new albums fund and triple deluxe are in stores right now and we please take it away. Yes happy to Thing nola for it only for time me under the things. I can hold a four. Our children here this sprayer little around every childrens children. No the one from home. English is some thankful for the lord. 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Episode 521 - Mika Brzezinski Goes All In

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Episode 521 - Mika Brzezinski Goes All In

"It side gentlemen who come to the rocks by KGO SPENT DOT COM writing. I just afternoon here in the East Coast and having a white growl lemon note. Al's why do you think why do you think there's there's lemon I don't know everybody in America knows this when Jabs at the end of the week because most Americans are drinking every day all day when you get the variety pack. The only thing that is left in the fridge come. Friday is the lemon lime once. I in one if you go inside our fridge right now. There's eighty limes and lemons from the variety box. And that's kind of Iraq. The the hot ones japes the hot flavors sexy flavors won the ones. You want to put you in those go early on and and they're more expensive so if you WanNa get the individual flavors. I kind of upcharges on that for like a six pack. It's like eight ninety nine the good ones we are like come on man got you got you. I'm a man out in these streets right trying to trying to bang my balls around you know sure don't you Don't clown me dog Texas has opened up today. Jabes cut for them better than the rest of us. Aren't they good for them? I was looking through the phases for the state of North Carolina. And it's a pile of Shit it's review biles Shit. I will say this. We called it and we've been trying to go at least twice a week. To our favorite restaurants and get some takeout. Last time we went to a mission and I called. They were like hey at the end of the call they were like. Would you like to come inside or would you like to have a scary this out to the car and I was like? What's your open like Dude? I'll come inside and he was like great. That'd be awesome walked inside. I was greeted by every employee. No Mask I didn't have a mask. What a nice world would have fun world care and said Hey guys. It's great to see you brother. Yeah I was everything and I was like you know this is. We're like normal human beings again. Yeah and it was great and they. What they said was. This was their first day. Were I guess you were allowed to walk in and actually pick up your food and they said no one had done it and I was like come on man. Yeah I mean that's what you're going to get right losers losers do that Jabes. Not Americans on man greets your fellow humans. You know that's what I felt like. Yeah And I was like can I sit down and have a beer while away for the food. Like no no. You can't do that. Can't do that yet. Knows like when will I be able to do that? And they were like like phase three right ones that going to be in there. Were like four to six weeks and I was like nope. Nope NOPE I know this. I know that there was some protesters in Michigan yesterday. Storm the capital and like we wanna work and all that stuff like. I'm getting real close to that point. I want to sit down. Look the Texas governor good on you man that guy. Abbott is his name his first name. Don't care sure would I do know is this. You opened up restaurants. Twenty five percent capacity. Take that Yes oh by the time. We're just starting to walk in places. They're going to be fully back to been open for a month theaters. Movie theaters are open in Texas tonight. So you know love to see it. Love to sit. I'd pop in. If it was available. You know just to get outs sit in public somewhere exactly. I'd I'd pop in the theater. I love to go to a restaurant tonight and sit down meal whom I guide but our governor is a per se. He's APU sane bets. His wife wears the pants and he wears no pants. He is a no pants where Jacobs. Yeah that's what I'm saying Nico the Greek or you were I in today buddy. Good for you. A shot outs you. You win you. I'm getting weird today. James it's Friday drinking white clot noon good for you and I'm living my best life. Yeah I'm F ING doing girlfriends. I'm doing natural beauty today. All Nats around ever watch. Abc where you did amy. She wears clip. Show whatever What do they call it? I've seen her instagram her. Sorry Graphic Woo. She's gotten better. There was a second where she was being like very Lena Dunham but she's back now. Do you think so. She had kids she was like. Oh my God what the fuck was I carrying about? And now she did and I'm just going to joke about my weird kid and like talk shit about my husband and stuff like back to normal. She had her tit out in one photo in the hospital. Breastfeeding maybe two hours. After you know the kid was born or whatever and she was like what up to my mom's with their tits out sick yeah premium content now a little bit single lady crazy. No makeup no nothing so anyway. She has a sketch of this song. These this boy band is singing it and they're like take your makeup makeup off girl. You're a natural Buddha. You don't need all that stuff okay. Finding like turns around and they oh shit. They're all putting makeup back on her like. Oh so you really. You guys really don't want a natural beauty you don't want like caked on. Shit but we were talking about this yesterday. To where like all these celebs are doing like no makeup fresh face. Do you know how much makeup they have on to look like? They have a fresh face raw. It's ridiculous it makes guys think that like. Oh my God that's what you look like with no makeup. Yeah don't wear. It's like no no no. That's what you look like without like a nighttime look so we watched it last night. Celebs without makeup. Isn't this fun and flirty. Love them all of them had tons of makeup on on to make it. I don't know how much I don't know how much you guys understand. Like how much makeup you have to wear to make. It look like you aren't wearing makeup. It's almost it's almost harder till he keep it like natural but like stoic. Sputtering for sure. Yeah 'cause like naturally girls aren't that pretty there's a couple like there is a handful of small small talk about one percent of girls. Women Women in their thirties. Whatever that are naturally just know makeup nothing done to their hair very very small percentage. I I'm trying to think if there's one no like it's fine though you know what I mean like. If you don't wear makeup like it's fine like I don't feel like you kept mentioning it today. So that like made me feel really. Good like No Mega no mega PAS. Oh you're really gonNA do it own really no no makeup saying which didn't make me feel so great but like I. You don't care whether I went through beauty you know absolutely I'm not I'm happy to I'm happy to admit I'm happy to be low. You move feel wall news very rare very rare to have a complete shoot natural. It's like Michael Jordan free throws I think it's exactly allegory. Mashing watermelons this one. What you're wearing more makeup to me today anyways. Yeah I know you should do good for you know what I mean you have to. I know answer the Bright Lights Camera. It's great it's not great. You know I'm looking now. You look fantastic now. No thank you very much for lying in. That is your job and I think it's fine not to wear makeup like you're not going to be like ooh hideous but you're not a natural beauty no one is I am in my mind. I am but that's a maria breed. I'm like one of those Al Bino soft cell soft. Shell Turtles we talk about. You know you do a lot to your look you do a lot you look try and try to try to keep up I keep trying to keep up appearances saying I try to keep up with the Joneses if you will Yes we watched that thing last night with the celebrities without makeup who are all blasted with makeup and now people's GonNa do a magazine issue of like stars during the coin seen sound like arson. They're not wearing makeup. They're all wearing a shift on a makeup and then today dude. I talked about this yesterday. I it's I think I can see in the future. I think I can honestly see into the fucking future now was it? Is that weird? Can we give me one of those balls? I put my hand on and like all the energy comes into it and I just make predictions all day. Fuck Man Look I feel like I'm Dionne Warwick I really do. I feel like I'm I'm the PSALMIST PSYCHIC. Who IS MISS? Cleo whatever her full name is I feel like I'm Mr Cleo. I wonder if that's taken Mr Cleo just go and black face and just duplicate which she did Mr Cleo and fake Jamaican accent. I can honestly see into the future. I've talked about this Joe Biden. -tary thing forever and I go look kids. This is gaining steam. Eventually he's going to have to answer for this and it wasn't getting a lot of press and then boom you knew it eventually was like crazy. I thought it was just going to die actually. Didn't know I thought like I said on the show yesterday. I didn't think this was going to pick up until the nomination came through and then like. Oh Hey October surprise. We're GONNA bust in with this lady and then really fucking drop the drawers on it. They didn't even wait so then. I wonder if Biden wanted to get ahead of it. You know. That's what it seemed like to me because there was no announcement of this it just said. Hey Biden's going to be on that that Mica and Joe Morning Show and that was kind of it where you're just like. Oh Shit all right cool man so I missed the live show. I watch it on the taped interview immediately afterwards because it was available on twitter and I was real surprised at how fast he's getting out there on this one. Shit what did I say yesterday like probably October today? May I do think there is too much heat on it? It's it's just interesting. Timing on all fronts For her I don't know how what the circumstances were of her coming out at this time I know with Blasi Ford. It was like she was talking to a therapist and she was like confronted. And you know what I mean right. Don't with her do real curious timing as well sure. Yeah Yeah. That's what I'm saying like someone was using it but I'm just wondering if she had the same if this Tara. Reid had the same situation where someone came to her and said hey we heard you have the story to you want to like I. Do you know what I mean. Or if she just decided out of the blue she's doing a lot of interviews and you're going to see her a lot more so I don't know here's what I said. What's when Cavanaugh was going through? I said look. You're setting dangerous precedent by having this woman who blasted Ford. We'll start with her first right. Yeah you're you're setting a dangerous precedent by having blassie Ford. Who doesn't even remember if it was him out of place. What forty seven years ago or whatever the fuck it was And then magically it's like. Oh no but we were there and it wasn't. The same party wasn't the same thing and wasn't she the address of the person the place none of it and then we got this believe all women and I was like man. This is going to come back to haunt people once. You set this precedent. Then everyone's going to have to go through this every year. Now follow every lead all the way to the end you have to use all resources this story grow and grow and grow and grow and the next one. The next one's going to be tear read herself doing an interview. She said yesterday that when we got off air ironically she was like you know I would like to tell my story in a big Public Forum. And they were like well. Who Do you want to talk to? And she was like I don't want to do. She said the only offer. She's had his Fox News and she goes. I don't WanNa do Fox News because I want to do something so super rights and I don't want to do something super left. I'd like to do an interview with someone down the middle and they. They asked her who she said. Gayle King from CBS. She felt that Gayle King could do a fair and honest interview. So you can expect that. That's coming real soon and I would imagine Biden then after yesterday's development was just like let me try to get out ahead of this problem with it is He did not give a great interview this morning. And be it's technology problems of zoom or the questions themselves that he just didn't have an answer for or didn't want to answer. You had a lot of long pauses and didn't have answers to her questions and to her credit because MSNBC's pretty left. She went all in. Mika went all in on this which is like. Here's the deal. Why shouldn't we believe this other woman? Not This woman Blah Blah Blah Blah. I mean every question. She could possibly ask And he seemed flustered and it was not a good look for Joe Biden this morning and I have a feeling if homegirl sits down. Tear read with Gayle King. The story is only going to continue to grow. Were in May now. I had a listener after yesterday's show right in with a very interesting theory I I don't want to say his name in case you know. He doesn't want to be out there politically or whatever his name but he said hey listen to the show yesterday big Fan. I love that you guys are going every single day truly made my quarantine Raymond. It was awesome and he goes. Have you ever thought that this was someone from the left whose dragons grow out in knots someone from the right because they hate Biden and I was like simply Bernie? Bro Could Be I don out her. We go through her timeline of allegation. Yes fired you have it? Yeah so I just find it interesting as the only thing that I you know 'cause with this it's like I don't fucking know and even at the very end even with Blasi Ford. You don't fuck in now you don't know because it got so convoluted and so political and so you know and I'm not a news believers meeting. What was it high school or College? So and how? It came out and PERV inconsistency seven years later. Yeah yeah no so on April third two thousand nineteen. Do you remember when all those people came out that were like by you. Know he basically is old school in that Hill. Do Hill touch you. He's very Hansie. Nothing that yes but lots of just unwanted physical contact and this was like me to not height but like definitely were still full on in it so it's like no matter what it is. He touched my hand too many at that time. That was like who shit now. We're like a little bit more skeptical but anyways during that time. When all of those people came out she told a local. California newspaper that by news to put his hand on my shoulder and run his finger up my neck. She didn't feel she was a victim of sexual sexualization instead comparing it to being treated like an inanimate objects like inanimate object lamp is what she said she did. Not Say hey. I know you guys are saying that he they like hug. You inappropriately this guy fucking like major sexual assault on me and this is what happened so that is not what she said she said He. I'm right with you. Girls like didn't like the way he like touch my neck right march. Twenty Fifth Twenty twenty in a podcast with Katie Helper. Okay read claimed Biden sexually assaulted her in ninety-three pressing up against the wall kissing her neck. Penetrating her Blah Blah Blah April nine twenty twenty read filed a police report April ninth. Twenty twenty twenty. She filed a police report in April with Washington. Dc police alleging the sexual assault that happened in Nineteen ninety-three April twelve twenty. Twenty read repeated the Assault Story to the New York Times and said she had reported the alleged incident to Marianne Baker the executive assistant of Biden and two top aides. All of these people say that she didn't so that's kind of where we are now Even her brother was like didn't hear anything about it. The neighbor that she said was someone that she told about said. She didn't so April twenty fourth. The clip of Larry King comes out the twenty seventh to more people. Come forward corroborating parts of her story. And we're on May First Joe Biden addresses but says that nothing happened so I thought maybe there was some kind of report in ninety three so apparently there is and this is where they asked Jill Biden about today and they said hey man. There is something in this and forgive me. I don't know much about well. I do but With Joe Biden. There's some Delaware Files that are with the states of the university and that allegedly this this report is in. Here's the three things that I have like. Kind of an issue with Why did the MOM call into Larry King in Nineteen ninety-three that one's a little look? That one's a little weird to me. There was two people who did corroborate her story that she had told this to in nineteen ninety-three they said. Yes The New York Times article on those those people at the end of its the New York Times piece. They said we can't conclude whether or not this actually happened or not all of it by the way for for both of these people blassie Ford and her. I find them both suspicious to be with you. But here's where we are once. You set that precedent with Cavanaugh. This is exactly what's going to happen. Not just to Biden to everyone coming down the line Republican and Democrat. Whoever you do and don't like let's say trump does get reelected right. Rpg goes down going to bring somebody up to replace her. That that official is going to go through the same amount of scrutiny as everyone else and they're going to try to dig up everything they possibly can in the past and who knows who is really behind all this shit and that is the problem when you have a movement called believe women started by the Democrats and you you WANNA move forward with it like if you go all in like that you have no choice but to leave yourself open to somebody like this and to be honest. I don't know that either of them fucking happens. I don't and but but here we are once you go all in on that your hatred for trump. Got You to this place now. The thing that I find fascinating though is I really don't know if this was set up by the left. Take a poll. Yesterday of who the most popular democratic politician was in the United States and it was fucking Cuomo the most popular democratic politician in the United States. Right now. Okay it's Andrew Cuomo. Would they probably like to have him running right now? Yes the Hillary thing look. We talked about it of her waiting in the wings and that is done man people do not like you cuomo right now would have a good would have a better shot at it. My opinion then Biden. I think they are stuck with Biden. That was all who's running and this was before the pandemic right now. You're you're during it and you're like all right shit none. We stuck with Biden. But now there's this fucking sexual allegation thing. That's got to be answered. It's GONNA keep being brought up over and over and over again. Yeah they probably love to have Cuomo in there at this point and he looked like dog shit this morning on the Mika and Joe Show and like playing those binded. Keep playing those clips. And it's like man. I bet you privately behind the scenes today the whole DNC. Just sitting there going on. What do we do? What do we do they did it? You're only saving grace at this. Point is probably Michelle Obama. Who definitely does not want that job. She doesn't want the job and the other problem. You have is your other candidates. Who ARE RUNNING. Abrams got on CNN. With Don Lemon two nights ago and just said I believe Joe Biden. I stand by Joe Biden and I stand by this New York Times article problem in the New York. Times article is again. They had no conclusion at the end of it. So I think she's out just based on that interview make great believe all women who she was. Now you're not believing this woman. I think Stacey Abrams is out an article that clearly does not have a conclusion to it and the New York Times released a statement this morning saying hey we really want to caution people to go back and read this article because we didn't have a conclusion at the end of it. We investigated this sexual allegations. We don't have a conclusion of this so I don't know But not sure what to think on that the other two people who are up for its Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren said anything right but Elizabeth Warren. If you'll remember was the one who went all in on Blasi Ford and said believe all women. What is your stance? Then if she's chosen I mean they're going to be able to hammer her on this all day long and this is going to be a tool against them for the rest of this but again once you establish that with capital your thoughts at that point so right but the interesting thing about cabin is that she had to actually testify. In this instance it will just be interview against interview. Word against word and there will be no real scrutinized you know more evidence whereas with Blasi Ford. The happened because he was going to be a judge. She had to actually testify. Oh to court where this it's like you can say what you want and Biden can say what he wants and people can look into it as much as they want. And that's kind of where we're at with this so I I actually don't know if it's going to affect too many things I it depends on who you think is more credible and why if you remember during the it depends on who does what interview when no because it's like correctable is in the courtroom witness and in today's World. It's the media. It's how you come off in the medium that's right. I remember when Blassie Ford testified. Remember she put on that baby voice and she was just like I don't know I don't remember your fucking sixty five and talking like a baby shower them that that voice. That's all I remember from that. That and then this this pose remember this pose. That was on like Time magazine. Believe all women. They're going to hammer them with that. They're going to put this girl next to her with the same pose. Garin fucking T it. That's my difference. Is this girl isn't scared. She isn't shaking. She isn't I don't want to. I don't WanNa talk about it. This girl is we've already done some interviews. Were getting were vying for our next big one. If you pay me enough you'll get the interview at a certain point it will die off and then she'll start doing things like US magazine. People things like this that will just kind of kill. She'll kill it herself. Which is unfortunate. Because I I don't know if it happened. It's it's interesting timing. You Know Biden has been vice president since then he has ran before he has been running for president right now for a while. So it's interesting. It's interesting I mean I. I don't know what makes people I don't know I want makes me. I don't know what makes people come out in certain times and not in others. I don't know whether we're sleep when it's been that. Sorry that's especially when it's been that many years sure it strange. It is an look in my opinion. Both of these occurrences like you know if it happened. You shoulda reported and all that other shit and they may have. But we don't know. But in both of these instances the timing is too curious to me where it's just like. Hey Man you know and me to like this there. Would there be a perfect like do you remember me to where even if you said somebody. You went on a bad date with someone. They were fucking cancel. Where were you then? Would you not have gotten enough? Press don't know. Would you not have gotten enough money for the interview? I mean not a victim blamer but I. I am a timing I I do. I'm skeptical of timing. I don't I don't think that anyone deserves for that to happen ever and I think that you should be able to talk about it whenever you want to. It's just why put that extra scrutiny on you if you really want it out and you really want people to know metoo. There was a whole year. That no matter what you said when you said it now that person got fucking cancel and I remember going through them and like looking back at them like I I think is. He's fucked. I think Ryan seacrest got hammered for no reason other than being Ryan seacrest and the Chris Chris Hardwick one now that to me was really said it was a girl dated and then she was like I had to. Sometimes he wanted to have sex and just lay there. Like a starfish. Well it's a relationship and then you were in that relationship like a starfish for seven years and like dude. You know there are avenues like electric governance. Just like there's there's other things you can do like going if dot that Kinda Shit has happened to me. It is it. Sounds like a fucking nightmare to have to make a big thing of it during I mean if I really wanted some if somebody was what happened to you you know if you're a woman in the workplace if you whatever like we all have stories there are people. I could probably like take down sure but it sounds like a nightmare to do that what I mean like. We've all had like instances like that. Let's just say during the me too where it was like a bad relationship and it was like doing or a bad date that I felt kind of uncomfortable but I got out of there and like do you know what I mean. Yeah there's all kinds of things like that you can say but like like doing an interview about it. Being questioned like no yeah. No that's weird. I don't know what the motive would be for that money. It depends. It depends what you want and yeah either way. Meeker went all in today. I was really surprised. Usually try to set up an interview with people who are on your side. It was like Biden went to Fox News for Christ SAKES MSNBC and she went all in. And I was really really shocked by it. I was like Oh all right shit. I think it was smart. She did it instead of the other guy because it was a woman talking about around the woman and Mika win all into she went all in this morning for sure. And you know now. These clips are playing around the world and people can Judge for themselves and I I believe Biden is trending number one. And it's like dude even that I don't like like did all of it is on creepy creepy and uncomfortable and dino. Look you hate to look at the other side of it of like. What if it really did happen? Then you know fuck. I think it might have to be honest with you. Who knows but else nine municipal but the articles that are coming out today not gonNA immediately after this interview are just brutal like everybody was just like man on the Democrat excited like the. This is the candidate. We're stuck with now and now that this shit is up along with candidate who's having problems already and now we're we're stuck with this going forward. Were it's only May. The elections six months away at this point like each is going to get brutal absolutely brutal. Especially if the corona virus Hangs around enough for you can't go out and do rallies and campaigns which. I'm imagining probably not right. Yeah I think you know. As far as like we're we're we're going to be. Let's say by that time I ain't girls still be a lot of places like people are still gonNA be fucking scared. Fifty percent capacity like do certain things but that Kinda Shit. I think you still can't do man I I hope not. One of the most depressing things for me was watching the football game on last night that I was at shown these old games on ESPN and ABC. And all that shit game. That I was at and I was like man one hundred and ten thousand people. And you're like Miss that I miss that and I hope that comes back soon. We've already talked to friends who are musicians and shit like that. And they're just like they're not telling us we're touring until fall of twenty twenty one. I'm just saying that won't that won't be back anytime soon. The most we can hope for is for everyone every state to be able to go to you. Know Gyms. Bert. Coons actually had jim today. Yeah Yeah but he actually had a funny caption before that. That was just like. It's so crazy that Kovic can't spread in grocery stores and Home Depot and Stock. Only you can only get it if you go into a small business. Isn't that crazy? I loved it right. Like and There's this other girl br Bonfiglio posted where she was just like here. Are The rules? Like don't do not leave your house. Do not go to the store unless you have to go to the store and do all these things that are like do not unless you have to like go to Home Depot and get some for you know but do not like. There's no real at this point now. It's crazy it's crazy. Well states now are open completely completely again. It's at certain levels of capacity depending upon Your Business. Twelve states are open. And it's like you know. It's time for the rest of us. If our if this governor of North Carolina bones US until afterwards after eighth rage against the machine. I'll be on the capital. You know should've had that trans bathroom fucking governor. That guy wouldn't give shipped number like fuck. This was his name. Mccrory PAT mccrory. I've got a picture with PAT. Mccurry you too. Yes so he just didn't want to like make special bathrooms like spend money on that. The Trans Bathroom. So you remember that. Does he have this? Say he was a weird guy. We met him we. It was the governor. We ought at that time. I hung out with him. The Green Room at that rally and it's weird man though the way he turned the switch and talk to Jesse about like right Spill Beach. And you know all these beaches you remember that. Yeah like he really. Oh I used to grow up there as a kid. I used to roller roller career. Politician really know Take off my socks shoes new Schema toes in the sand. And you're like yeah fucking talks like that you know. Yeah it's like what are you on university later. Andy Griffith you can do. He just dropped into it so so easy so easy. That was a career that was a career politician. It was just like no matter where you said he would have like a fun. Anecdotal story about it. And that's a fucking trill. Yeah but when you start to get to know these districts and all these things. I'm sure you've got a story for every single one of you have to have to right. Oh Man oh you know. Pete's over their own on South Street. The crowd dad is he gets almost. He's lifting up the rocks themselves and they're little tiny red angels with clouds coming out and we're just begging them up so fresh that quote Ed piece on on your Jesus man. Maybe I should go to. Crawdads repeats. You know really knows what he's talking about Daddy Pete's and get maybe that's what everyone says. Here no seafood. Cape FEAR Seafood Company. Trying to strip mall very unassuming. Best Seafood is it. No nothing anybody ever says is the best here is fucking the best. Because you haven't been anywhere in your fucking life great food here. We don't have great food here. That's that's a real thing. Well we have fucking no the ruling right and I will say this Jamie producer the other night we did the. Nfl draft live. And what was that Stromboli Place Elizabeth's please fucking Pacman and I was surprised and you get there and there was like this weird intricate system. It was in a strip mall weird intricate system of how to get your food. They were like you gotta pull up in assigned spot and then read the sign whatever's I pulled up a read. This sign you the text the number to roll down. Then roll down your windows and then they would call you out and then you had to go up and pay for it and I never. I only had too many struggles my life Jesse that God damn thing was delightful Jamie. Yeah the Pizza Stromboli love delightful there. Yeah if you WANNA find a fucking cheesy rolled up fried shit like we got you here. He wants them fucking good food. I don't know what to tell you but yeah yeah absolutely absolutely you're right. They rolled up a fucking pizza dough with cheese and pepperoni. And then you dip it in some sauce and you were just so fucking impressed because you've been here too long. You're impressed by that. Didn't go there Jamie. Goes your off guard board. Dane like never four point channeling bourdain right now. You can tell the story channeling board ain't we don't give a shit. It's Friday. Were drinking at noon. Guy Fieri came here came to Wilmington shot. At what selling restaurants only aired three? Maybe I think he aired four. Can Only we love for something fishy that one? So that's something fishy is right across the street from our place and its always packed. I've never been there. What do they have their Alec Fried Fuck sprite fishes fish bro? Like you've never been across the street from then to your whole life you've lived there and you've never been something fishy. I'll go there. It does from the outside it. Looks like a fucking converted? Captain D's and alert fucking terrible place but it has a fried fish. And Wow we're so fucking surprised you know what though anytime someone's like yeah but have you tried you know it's going to be the fucking worst shit of all time. Foregin Core Guy Lag. Schalken SHACK ENJOY SHOCKING SHACK. And there was wasn't mono- was at the other place. Mana. Yeah and even that Dream Yard was pretty pretty good. Dram Yard is good. Jamie artists good. It probably will be out of business after all of this bullshit because we're just about to get some good stuff in town dram yard dram yard. I think was probably great drinks. Lonely place that I would I would be comfortable saying has good food and good drinks every single time. Only Place Boys Rock But I missed the restaurants and I got. I hope they don't close down around. The you know around the world here with with all my faves like we. We watch something with the thing with New Orleans in Yellow Wolf thing. I thought was that restaurant. We went through on that Friday nights College statehouse. Oh yeah that one. I think we'll be fine greats again. That was the only good food that I've had. They're so no because you have to go outside the city. So here's what I learned about Louis. Was We bitch about New Orleans on the show? We got flooded with messages after that show and they were like you definitely have to get out of shape. Bourbon Street and all that other shit and once we did I was like Oh man. I got down on New Orleans food and I made a public apology on air and I was like I apologize. I want to some very touristy shit and I shouldn't have I didn't know any better. And then we got sent to the right places so good on Tony. Tampa was the one who sent me a list. Oh yes like. Hey Bill Yes yes yes you gotta go sherm to get your fucking be quit and I was like all right cool. And he was right across the board so I hope those places don't close down but you. We are not going to know if they were here tonight. I would go. I would if you're in a states. I'm curious one hammer the like button. If you're watching this on on youtube right now to Right in the comments on the side. If you're in a state of the restaurants are open are you going tonight? That was a story this morning on the Today. Show where they were like. Hey yeah the restaurants are open. Are People too scared to go? And it was like who's scared to go fucking losers who wouldn't go anyways for real. The other thing that I didn't think about is My sister works at Buffalo Wild Wings. Right yeah and they're going to slowly open. Ohio ironically is one of the places that slowly reopening today right and they had a lot of cases there she said though she was like look you take a place like wild wings and it is heavily built on sports. If sports isn't what is our it'd be like you know it's like shit man that's going ever think of mazing food things that we never think of. I like the wings there. I love the wings. I sure but like I'll get down on the wings now for sure Jesse so unimpressed. I'm just past two. If it's not a Michelin five star. She's not having you now now only nothing open but even if it was it'd be shitty could mean let's just get a for Gary here Elizabeth's Oh they roll up some cheese and Pepperoni big surprise. It was good. I liked Elizabeth's Jamie. I'M NOT GONNA. I'm not GONNA sit. Got The best place to have a Stromboli from Elizabeth is on it. That is good in. Your town is a pizza place. You have problems where they're your name name name one name. Your favorite restaurant town gunned ahead. You're going to die tomorrow. This is your last meal tonight. What Is Yours Jamie? If one day chasing tells the port city Chop House I have not been important stuff it was subpar at best and I it was a banquet hall I mean remind went. I felt like it was a cafeteria at a freaking old folks. Home is this. Where is this? Which was this? Yeah you're absolutely right. Basically Black Angus is lacking remember. Black Angus Justice wants some. I want some food and I wanted to be good and I want to eat it around other people. I don't WanNA see your all your mugs only every day so funny man and then I go home to my can kids. Who'd only I'm losing it and if you aren't losing it there's something wrong with you. There's something wrong with you if you aren't pissed right now. 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Why means it wasn't good enough to be on a real album therefore forge just like come on man and he put Suzie slide on their? You know why because it's the only song that did well then with that. But here's what do and it's a little known secret an all out it and tell everyone because I don't care. I feel like a real housewife Potomac. Though put a hit song. That's already out because it counts. All those numbers count towards the album so this album will technically be number. One Drake will be able to say getting another number one album and it's dog shit. It's just a mix tape that like the real album is coming out in June July and it was just like. Hey these are all the trash songs that didn't make the album and here you go. Is the thing kids killed you shit in a bun because you have a bunch of fans and would they probably watch you take Shit Nwabunne? Yes they would doesn't mean you have to fuck in servants whom and make them eat. Shit Sandwich. You know what I'm saying and that's what this was this was saying. Hey guys drake and I'm famous and you know I'm red. Here's a fucking album for you and that this is a wet your city. Start working on it. I don't know it sucked in. It was hard to get through today to be honest with you but why serve your audience a big Shit Sandwich like this doesn't make sense man. Typically as is album bangers. Don't you care the fucking mix tapes shit? I just don't get it. I haven't there's there's been like three mix tapes were on my all my God. That was fucking amazing. Ironically Drake's first one was but it was pre- like being rich and all that shit. Yeah now it's just like come on man none of these songs. Besides the Tuesday slide deserve to be on the fucking album. He used to be hungry now. He's very well fed. Well WE'LL SEE I. I'll hold out hope for this album. Is He always seems to come? When it's a real album. He seems to show up this one. This mix tape thing just fucking dog shoot girl. Meghan the stallion what about it Her her huge song savage apparently is a tick tock thing. I didn't know that yes so it got big on talk that the only reason why what was the what was the video behind it. What what's dance? Challenge Jack God damn it man fucking Tick Tock for real for dance challenges and that's what it is no but like artists will release slide. There's artists that like aren't even. You can't find them anywhere else but tick tock in their huge tectonic rose does is what it is Either way it's take talk is basically a challenge operate so they just like put out things and you can try it or not. Try it gross. I don't need it. Don't fucking need it. I will say this the beyond say remix. That just dropped though for that song. Fucking awesome right beyond say she. She goes all in She goes all in and it was great she wrapped in it was just like. Oh Shit was really fucking good. How is it different than the normal song though? Because there's just a remix of it yes there's a remix so there's a rap verse in there by and say and then beyond say singing some vocals behind some of the hooks and shit and it was really fucking good and like. I'll give I'll give it up to beyond beyond beyond. She seems to bring the Fire James. How far he bounty beyond so yeah? I think that's probably the understatement of the show. It is but even on showing up on a track during the quarantine. She's still put time and effort into it. Whereas this drake thing had no time effort to it and to me I'd probably put them on the same fucking planet right now to be honest with you. Is there anybody bigger than Drake Post Malone? Yeah that's about it though right. Yeah I guess I know post milona recording a new album right now and like. Yeah but that's actually going to be good because he's really fucking Banger stewed. He's actually talented. Drake's pretty fucking talented. So he's gotten new album is just. Don't listen to this one. I'll just save you the fucking time. You know what I'm saying. Yeah so we're all good on that and then the other big story here was Trevor Noah daily show just bashing Yvonne Mosque and I you know Elon Company as well. He wants his company wants to be open. And here's the thing with the mosque. Why he can probably do no wrong in my ass. Yeah created a company I Y created. What was it was a pay pal before that I think as Papal Yeah. Hey Alan someone look it up Elon. Musk was He fucking did before. What was his first company at one company before it. We're going to get killed for this. Because we're here it's massive. You did what okay. Okay launched football coach so with Elon. Musk if you're going to bash him like this. The Guy Created He's a car that is electric. He gave all the patents away for electric vehicles to help the environment. I have a hard time bashing Elon. Musk for anything to be honest with you. The other thing he's tried to do is send a bunch of shit to space like. He's trying to advance space exploration currently. We'll trump signed it in that he's going to support NASA again but the previous president was like Amen. We're not having that anymore. We're not doing Nass anymore. Space exploration is important therefore to me. I'm not GonNa Shit on the mosque for wanting people to get back to work wanting his company to do well. We also agree. Which is why. We're not shitting on him. Right thank you but like looking at it from. Let's sing along view of this like there's a guy that's true trying to help the world. I mean the car prices cheaper shit. They're hard to get because he doesn't have enough plants. But like you know you can get one of those any malls. Viru gave them away for free everybody else. Here's what I did. You can fucking do it. Use The batteries and other cars. I don't give a shit. There was a charity up for an old scouts. Like in one thousand nine sixty six couch which I want inside of this. You know charity. Giveaway is a tesla battery plug in and I was like fucking Amen. That's Dope Shit. Yeah we'll see. People come on man really really mosque. Like that's the one guy where you're like. He's a genius. Modern Day Fuckin- Thomas Edison. You know. Yeah I don't I don't know I think they'd be mad at anyone that saying. Get back to work because no one That's not like just a normal person saying it. You know what I mean no celebrities no nothing like no one with a platform of saying like Hey. I kinda feel like we need to get back to work. No Yeah and the other part about it is like dude. I get going all in on the rich and we've done it to some celebrities here but like actors who really doesn't really do anything for the Goddamn world along ask does and what he's doing. Is We great? You WanNa get rid of fossil fuels and on the other bullshit ceiling mosque bro. Guys leading the fucking charge here. Yeah you know you want to go get mad at Gwyneth. Paltrow for telling you to make an eighty dollars smoothie fine but elon. Musk like Jesus Christ man. Yeah there's there's easier targets than that because he was saying. Oh he's rich and he doesn't fucking care whatever. It was like these helping everybody out. Though you know he's up in the world with these goddamn things and I want that truck dude. Do I do want that trump jr. Everybody wants the truck. We're not really. I'm not sure what's happening with it so I felt I felt weird saying it because I was like people were like it. Looks like back to the future car. Looks like a Delorean with everyone wants. Let's stop fucking with Eli. I want that truck Put One hundred dollars down you on you on. Whatever it's Friday sure in calm Eli I feel like I know I feel. We're be fries mean Eli skin. Can I do a quick Cova Crime Corner? Oh you got one. Yeah Fire Away James. Your day today I feel like this is your data Sean. Why you've gone skeeve scorched-earth today gun score shirt. Everyone anyone crime corner cry. Go ahead do whatever he wants. I'm calling to women charged by feds for walgreens robbery where they were coughing on employees as a weapon okay. I've heard that I've heard numerous stories. Yeah Yeah so in San Francisco Federal prosecutors prosecutors say on Friday that two women have been charged in a robbery at a San Francisco walgreens where they coughed on store employees. While not wearing masks they allegedly stole ninety two dollars in merchandise. I need to down at a walgreens. That's a lot of stuff it is or is it. It's like women. Entered the store with empty bags and when the store manager approached them to offer assistance they coughed audibly and claim to have cova according to the US Attorney's office The manager asked one of the women to leave if they felt ill the woman. Then the WOM- women then both started coughing without covering their mouths and said we have covert. We have cool and according to the complaint. The Manager Insecurity Guard did not want to go near the woman two women so they let him just leave with all the stuff because they were worried about cove. Ed I get it fuck. I understand. That's been happening a lot. Actually and everybody's getting arrested for as they should yet to be honest with for trying to steal stuff and say that they have Kobe or what. No the Kobe thing is coming up a lot where it's just like you know. Don't arrest me. I Have Cova coughing on police officers. And she's like that's Kinda why should be arrested. Women like like if a cop's going to pull me over like Bro during this pandemic for what like registration? I'll pay that later. I don't think I don't think anybody's anybody over because I do have expired inch you brought to you but I'm also like if you pull me over Fuck Yo you know what I mean. In these times. We shouldn't be pulled over in the pulled over and like if anything I'm swerving a little bit. It's like covert. Do you know what I mean. The pandemic Drinkin- as long as I'm in side the lines. I you should like calm. The fuck you'd probably find even two wheels over. Yeah some people can avoid those two wheels over the line. You're good go. I just got an email from American Airlines here. That says it's Kurt Stash. Oh that's a fucking man. For how Dorky this guy is. That's a terrible name. What is it good stash? I WANNA see a guy with you. Know Gene's in a dip ring and the and the back left pocket. You know the mustache man. Kurt Stash here I want everybody to go out. And but fuck without condoms on you know like like that can hurt stash powerful name okay He's says we've got a new requirement for all of our customers. It is mandatory. That you wear masks cooks. During flights beginning may eleventh why not now and recently announced yeah and recently announced requirements for flight attendants as well There's measures to provide sanitizing wipes and facemask for all customers on select flights. I guess if you'RE GONNA Fresno they're not gonNA give you that shit like good luck going to Reno we're not getting anything you're probably GONNA get AIDS there anyways brother you WanNa Bakersfield Shit. We done about some math on the on the seat for you enhance cleaning. Procedures to disinfect high. Touch points thing a high touch point. What's that toilet anything? That people are GonNA touch a lot tables. I guess men throughout the aircraft in cleaning at the airports your well being is at the forefront is that the foreskin of every decision. We're making here. Thanks Kurt Stash. So be right now since it's Friday and we've had a few drinks appreciate you being with us all week Ripe Down The side any questions you have on youtube gotten write them in answering for you. Eighty Gamble Kurt Stash. Kind of sounds more of like a grinder screening. I'll get that is. Actually it is gonna be a Kurt Stash. Everybody rides the stash. Who's an Franken here? Is there an an franken their own? Oh I hope so Dan. Are you anchoring rank? How are you able to get the username and frank? So great so great read white seats taken very obscure forrest Gump reference love to. I love when you have to read stuff with an accent in order for it to work seeds. Take seats taken Richard Chris. Roman they they all were seats. Taken Greg Ross. Check your messages real quick. I can't I don't know where all that shit is to be honest with that you're GonNa have to read it here. Check your messages. What on your phone. Who knows somebody called? Sony's calling Dan Dan Frank Derrick Campbell. That's so great Tan fast to be Dan. There's no way that it's anyone else right. Crispier male I can't I can't take. I don't have the capability right now to check my if I get an email to pop up. I just don't have that capability. Who's telling you to check your email? No Idea Casey Selmer says you guys think Joe Biden will pick the governor of Michigan for VP. I know this. She's on the shortlist And I think Abrams is out so I think I think she's in the final three. It's a Whitmer is her name. I think she's in the final three. She's whites so she's at a disadvantage there but she's she's younger which would help. But Yeah I think it's either going to come down and Kamala here Elizabeth worn. It's read read white. I'm doing ribs this weekend. Yes just like tried and true you know I tried pulled pork. It rocked it that that was the best pool Brockton. But guys like it's a sit under triggering it's an undertaking and you know it is yeah ribs at least. I don't know I just like have it down whereas like everything else. I'm not that confident with it. So I'M DOING RIBS RIB. I'm about Danielle K will be another show today. Fake news is up today for drinking bros. Which we ended up doing live yesterday. But that's our Friday show savage Saturday the audio with Uruguay. There will be up tonight at eight. Pm and then usually airs eleven pm Eastern time on Youtube. And I can tell you who Sunday nights guesses for drinking bros. It is the millennial farmer. You guys have asked him a lot. There was a lot of requests for him. We didn't know him reached out to him and turns out listen to the show. Luckily and we got him on. He was great. I didn't know anything about farming industry at all And that was nice so I it's great fucking show so look for that on Sunday Nights Matthew Gillam says hey guys love listening to your show. You're doing an awesome job and over the weekend looking forward to get to some of the products showing the product on the podcast. I have to say for the ladies and I have to say function of beauty. Dot Com is sponsor T. E. is amazing. We have a lot of sponsors but I'm like it's personalized shampoo and conditioner. I'm not trying to like sponsor whatever but I am in love with really the only thing that is done and Nice on me right. Now is my hair for the lady. So not my makeup belise. Let's see rick minor is Brady Quinn's less than athletic brother? I'll take it pretty. Quincy looking dude. I'll take it for sure. Texas this Brady Quinn. Brady was the quarterback for Notre Dame back in the day and I'll take good looking dude. I'll take. It was the quarterback for Cleveland for a little bit too. Not that everyone wasn't Stephen. Hawkins says Ross keeps his emails in his prison wallet. You Bet I look. I try not to check my emails throughout the show but Look one popped up. No wasn't from. You wasn't from you. It was a deposit from a book royalties. So hey that's even better whatever that bullshitting sitters Gregor's Riana. I have to shot up the girl. Riana Britney Julia Danielle would girls witty loop. Somebody's asked me if I could beat them do anything I could beat you. In a game of ping-pong beat me. No beat the guy who's who wrote that in no pong beer pong pong as it was colby beer worth and frank. I should shout her out to obviously she's going to go back into hiding after the show but colby no. I probably wouldn't be tuned in Ping Pong that sadly is not one of the fraternity all star game great at beer pong. Yes I'll destroy you and you can't. No one can be me. Cornel CAN'T BE BEATEN. Ask anyone on this board. All of you guys have played in some city at some point. None of you beat me. Including craigslist gave shattered his dreams at Penn state At that game no one can beat me all right now Chris. Beer worth either. The Sun and or brother Saint try try tip. Have you ever thought about trying to try ZIP in the third about it? I've done tried tip on a grill only so I don't know I mean obviously I'll try it at. Some point. Tried to push our Goto as a in our family of choice so like any time. Dad would grill tried it. I've had your dad's in your brothers. Trysofi interference Leslie Different Leslie. Tongkin have y'all seen the CDC RECOMMENDATION. Then when school starts desk have to be six feet apart. They've obviously never been a real school. Yeah I so I read that in. Its absolutely fucking crazy because you have children who were just petri dishes for all kinds of shit. Also kids aren't the ones that are getting sick. They're zero children. That have died from Cova to my knowledge. So I don't know that's a real sticking point for school does not come back in the fall. And they're going to do this online bullshit like I'd say the parents rise up and just say great we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA hold our kids back so you get your fucking shit together and then we can charge China for for all the fucking teachers salaries for those assholes and I still have not seen a lot of fun China Post. I'm still really shocked by that. You go on facebook people bitch about whatever political party they believe in till the end of the fucking earth but they won't come out and say Fuck China for this this shitty disease. It's ruining the country. Oh we don't want to appear raith if we don't want him to be rated maintain that it's a country not a race so you can say fuck cheinal and you want it that one. That one's wild to me really wild. Yes Richard enough mental farmers on on Sunday night at eight. Pm Great Interview. That guy was fantastic. Got a massive you to falling like half a million subscribers to that and he's an old school former we're talking twenty seven hundred acres of like. Hey man he lives in dies by and frank. Your show has gotten me through some hard times and frank man when you have a username like that. It's hard to read that comment allow because no one's had harder times than an frank. Who are you and Franken? You say your real name and Frank Dan so somebody put Dan's username in there. It's not an frank so it's not what is username. Forget Dan Something. No it is. Dan Is Savvy enough to have some fences and some youtube crispier. We're still on the ones the in and outs of the the The Mail service here so like I haven't gotten any of those packages out I. We haven't gone to the thing because they were like well. You can't buzz the button for the Po box slimy you doing he sent some baron and I'm We did assigned giveaway for for for the best review in We're still one in one out of the post office here but it's we live in a tiny town and it's just like all right. Hopefully that will clear up soon. I would imagine there on first phase right. Yeah he's supposed office on there so hopefully on. May Eighth when we are state is shut down until may eighth. So hopefully they'll be like all right great and come into the post office and right shifts Right now it's crazy. A lot to be were saying Anne. Frank is the hero. We don't deserve but need goddamn right. Cameron why Dan is using the express. Vpn You think so to hide azan frankness all asking. We're doing another interview today. So he'll be in the studio and our Jason Proud of you today four meltdown. It was great and Capture composure like a true champion. Thanks pissed off half the community. But who cares no? There's a lot of people on here that like I moved here a year ago. I have not had good foods a first year. You guys of like the first year of it is the most depressing and then you just sort of get used to it. You know what's weird whenever you move to a new town? I think whenever you moved to new. Senator say you try to convince yourself when you go to these places like this isn't bad and when you go home and actually think about the meal you've had you're like fuck man? I'm just lying myself. Yeah Gorgeous. City love Lymington. The beaches are gorgeous. Love partying here fun fucking party town. Food is gosh not up to par not up to par here in this town shit and with that. We're going to leave you on that comments for the weekend. We will be back at noon on Monday. 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"I all right fine. I guess it's Friday which means we have to drop it. It's Friday which means we have a power panel except we don't it's just the two of us and a cast berry and John Ida Rolla just the two of US return what John we did. We made it. We made it and we tried. But I wouldn't have any other way John. Thank you for being here We have an awesome show ahead for you including a few late breaking stories that I hope we get to in this insanely packed. Rundown before we get to the stories though Just a few programming announcements first off. As we've been telling you about all week we will be hosting a special a three hour special forgiving Tuesday. It's our hope to not only provide you guys with some additional exclusive not exclusive but additional content to celebrate. You celebrate the show. Celebrate the fact that we're still around through all the ups and downs of this insane media industry But we also are hoping to continue raising money as part of ty DOT COM SLASH. 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I love it so definitely become a member go to it dot com slash joint to get that bonus content alrighty well without further ado. Let's get to the news today. And there are some pretty Giant new stories including an update on the Tara. Reid allegations against Joe Biden. So let's get right to it so Joe Biden has finally personally addressed the sexual assault allegations made against him by a former Senate staffer by the name of terror read. This is a story that has continued to develop despite the fact that the Biden camp has attempted to pretend like it doesn't exist They had only addressed it through a statement. Denying reads allegations for those of you. Who are catching up to the story. I'm about to go to Me Brzezinski interview with Joe Biden this morning and I do want to warn you that There are some specifics and some details about the accusations. Oh for anyone who might have been a victim of sexual assault or is triggered by that. Please be aware but without further ADO. Let's hear what Biden had to say former Senate aide accuses you of sexual assault and please to our viewers. Please excuse the graphic nature of this but I wanna make sure that there was no question as to what we're talking about she says in Nineteen Ninety-three Mr Vice President that you pender against the wall and reached under her clothing and penetrated her with your fingers. Would you please go on the record with the American people? Did you sexually assault Tara Reid? No it is not true. I'm saying unequivocally it never never happened. Didn't never happened so that was him unequivocally denying the allegation against him. There's more from the interview but I wanted to get some of your thoughts before we go to other portions of this conversation. Yeah and of course I mean both you and I and we've we've talked about this numerous times now. Most of my thoughts are out there It was one of the things that I wanted was for him to have to answer to it himself But not because I thought that it would then solve the whole situation and we'd know for sure exactly what happened and everything it'd be better He denied it which of course he was going to. He did it repeatedly There are certainly issues that we can take with other parts of the interview including aspects of the story. That were not brought up which is frustrating. Because if you're finally going to have him being interviewed about it we'd Kinda like all of the parts of the story that we know about to at least be included in that and unfortunately they were not but this is I mean. This is sort of what we should've expected he's going to be asked about it eventually. We that that would happen. He would deny that it was true. And we'd be kind of stuck in the same position we were in before Yeah I I think that this I agree with you in that. It's important for him to address it personally and I'm happy that he has But this has raised more questions especially when it comes to his senatorial records and whether or not he's going to allow for a real investigation because Had She reported this there would be some documentation and that part of it. I'm super curious about but there were other follow up questions. Mika Brzezinski that I thought were important so I'm glad she asked at least some of these follow up questions we about to watch is an example of that data said during the cabinet hearings. I believe women. I believe survivors of assault should be supported in the voice is heard Kirsten Gillibrand tweeted. Do we believe women? Do we give them the opportunity to tell their story? We must be a contract. That says yes. Every time they now both support you. Nancy Pelosi falls into this category too as well as many other layers in the Democratic Party are women to be believed. Are Women to be believed. Unless it pertains to you look. Women are to be believed given the benefit of the doubt. If they come forward and say something that is that they said happen to them. They should start off at the presumption that telling the truth. Then you have to look at the circumstances and the facts and the facts in this case do not exist. They never happened. And there's so many inconsistencies in what has been said in this case so yes look at the facts I assure you it did not happen period period. But why is it different now? Do you regret what you said during the cavenaugh hearings during the capital here is was that she had a right to be heard. And the fact that she came forward presumption would be. She's telling the truth unless there's proof she wasn't telling the truth so I personally have noticed a difference in the way know. Democrats have handled these accusations versus the way they've talked about or commented on accusations against other high level politicians figures public figures like Brad Kavanagh with Brad Kavanagh Story. Which by the way I anyone who's watched the show for a long time knows. I believed her. I took it seriously. And that was one of the stories. That really broke me. During the trump Era Because of the SHAM FBI INVESTIGATION. That took place in that case. There has been no investigation in this case and all of a sudden the. Democrats are saying including Joe Biden that there's a qualifier like. Yeah believe women in like that you should like hear them out but then you need to do this investigation and you need to make sure that you know what she's saying is the truth. It's just an interesting like new standard. That's being presented. That was not the case and was not presented before. Yeah so I. I apologize in advance. I have a hard time expressing it because I think it's a complex thing that's frustrating me right now so at the end of the day. Assuming the allegations are true. The person who is obviously the most strong is Joe Biden in terms of the hypocrisy right now. My frustration is mostly as you're saying right there with other people including by the way members of the media like Mika Brzezinski. Who was doing a great job in the interview? Seem to take it very seriously today not a week ago or a month ago and honestly. I don't really care about her. That much as an individual as a member of the media with a gigantic platform on MSNBC or CNN. It is one thing to take it seriously now. Now that the candidate that I think we can assume you were supporting is the nominee versus doing it before in terms of women being heard like it's not up to Joe Biden. It's up to the media to talk to the person and to spread to her message and to be willing to bring her on that sort of thing. Joe Biden is potentially the villain in the story. But he's not the goalkeeper on whether the media talks to her and obviously some reporters didn't are getting credit for that right now and so it feels a little bit like to some extent. Is She's doing your job in asking the question asking the question. Yes that's good but also there's a little bit of light covering the ass of the media by implying that somehow that what biden had been stopping them from taking the story seriously or even asking him about it during the last few weeks since the story has been common knowledge. He's done many interviews but they weren't asked about it now maybe he set prerequisites on doing the interview. That's possible if so let us know that because that then again makes him villain that particular aspect but there's a lot of frustration. I think we we should have and it isn't just for him. It's also for the people who protected him up until this point. That's what's so bad about these sorts of allegations the culture that's been created. It isn't just the people that's doing it. It's all of the people who continually protect them and cover for them and it seems like we're seeing that same thing still yeah. I think you're absolutely right. I think that there's plenty of blame for the way. Joe Biden his handle this. I mean it has taken. How long for him to personally address it? We also do know that. The Biden camp released talking points for their surrogates and supporters and those exact talking points were regurgitated by female democratic politicians. Right what you heard Stacey. Abrams say her defensive. Joe Biden was almost word for word. What was in the talking points of the Biden Camp Gave people so I bring that up because there I I think that there is a coordinated effort to try to keep these accusations on the down low. Clearly that didn't work Because luckily we do have independent media sources like the intercept Ryan Grim Doing incredible reporting on this story and there was just this buildup of corroborating or at least elements corroborating parts of terror read story so for instance territory told the intercept that her mom had called into the Larry King. Show in one thousand nine hundred ninety three to ask what her daughter should do. And then it turns out. That video exists Ryan Grim reported on that then you have Investigative reporters with business insider finding two women who corroborated Tara. Reid story one of them being next door neighbor. The other being a former colleague of hers. This is all evidence that could have easily been found by these mainstream media sources that have unlimited resources. But you gotta ask yourselves. Why did they choose to try to bury the story? It wasn't until it became a monster of a story that they finally decided to cover it. And I agree with you in that. You know the way that it's been covered by them seems to be more in line with like trying to protect him as opposed to trying to get to the bottom of what's really going on. They could have covered this when the primaries were still happening because the allegation came out during the primaries that would have placed the Democratic Party in a much better position to beat Donald Trump. Because we would be able to make a much better choice in of having a candidate who's more electable but anyway. I think that things played out unfortunately the way that they were hoping it would. But that's my speculation so minutes before. Biden made his appearance on morning. Joe He did release a medium post That I want to give you a few statements from so he writes. I want to address allegations by former staffer that I engaged in Staffer that I engaged in misconduct twenty-seven years ago they aren't true this never happened and then he says responsible. News organizations should examine an elevate the full and growing record of inconsistencies in her story which has changed repeatedly in both small and big ways. He does not provide examples at all for for how her story has allegedly changed. Her story has not changed. Her story has been more. I guess she elaborated on it. More and shared you know the sexual assault component of it. But she has not changed her story so I don't know what people are referring to when they say that giving more context and providing more detail into what she experienced with Biden is not the same as changing the story. He also writes she has. She has said she raised some of these issues with her supervisor and senior staffers from my office at the time they both men and women have said unequivocally that she never came to them and complained or raised issues. News organizations that have talked with literally. Dozens of former. Staffers have not found one not one who corroborated her allegations in any way. No that's not true. The high level staffers who worked for him in the Senate say that they do not recall. Tear read coming forward and there was an intern. That was overseeing who corroborated portion of Terry Story. Tara Reid said that once she complained about the sexual assault allegations She was abruptly fired. She was no longer overseeing. The intern program She was an overseeing it and so she was fired abruptly. One of the interns did corroborate that. Portion of the story part was conveniently left out of his post One other thing so the former staffer he writes has said she filed a complaint back in one thousand nine hundred three but she does not have a record of this alleged complaint the papers for my Senate years that I donated to the University of Delaware do not contain personal files. There is only one place. A complaint of this kind could be the national archives the National Archives where the records are kept at what was then called the office of Fair Employment Practices. I am requesting that. The Secretary of of the Senate ask the archives to identify any record of the complaints. She alleges she filed and make available to the press any such document but it turns out that the documents actually are unlikely to be there An investigative reporter with a business insider looked into this and wrote the following. Joe Biden said the Tara Reid's complaint can only be found at the national archives at what was then called the office of Fair Employment Practices but National Archive. Spokesperson told me that they do not hold records from that office instead. A Senate historical office staffer said the fair employment practices records are governed by Senate resolution mandating that records containing personal privacy information closed by statute and records of executive nomination are closed for fifty years so when those records are actually going to be available to the public it'll be two decades after this story blew up so this is their actual inconsistencies in his story but hey hang your echo. I guess or at least a lot of ignorance in his story as to where records actually kept but but the frustration too. Is that even hypothetically? If we were find that that would show that he was either lying about the the An issue being filed Or not remembering it but it would be a it would be about sexual harassment effectively because supposedly the actual initial complaint wasn't about the assault so even that even if we found it which would be great and again it would that his recollection or the way that he's been talking about it as incorrect but it wouldn't prove the particular details right exactly. They were the only people who were there when this alleged assault happened. So it's it's a difficult case to prove but my issue with this has been the smearing of terror read the attempt to bury the story the lack of transparency from Biden himself the unwillingness to address it. These are all problems and it's the type of stuff that does not make him the most electable person right. So look we're principled. We're sharing the story with you. Guys these are the details. This is what we know so far. And you get to make a decision about what you feel comfortable doing It's just. It's such a devastating story and I hate the fact that we're having a conversation about a credible sexual assault allegation against the one person who could get elected over Donald Trump. You know I mean for all that we've heard from Democrats indicating that getting Donald Trump out of office is the most important thing. It's the top priority then. I wasn't this properly vetted earlier when it first came out during the primaries. I'm considering all of the other issues that were raised about. What a candidacy Joe Biden ends. Trump would look like and that didn't bother them. I mean adding one more into the pile is not going to. They were all in Yeah I it's unfortunate There's a lot about the primary that I wish had been had been done differently. One of the things that's frustrated me especially in recent days and even this morning as I was watching by talking about it is that It's not impossible. That new information could come out that would substantially change our perception of what happened or verify details but it seems unlikely that that's going to happen that perhaps you'll have More corroborating witnesses or you know a document will show that there was a a sexual harassment complaint or something like that but it seems unlikely at this point that something massive is GonNa come out. That's going to drastically change this story and so the status quo of you know. We don't know exactly what happened. He's saying it didn't happen It seems like that's probably going to hold. We'll see how it develops. Keep updating you all on the story but this is where we are now Luckily there was enough for him to address it and I think if there continues to be pressure then maybe he will release some of the documents. that people are asking for. There should be an investigation into this if I was disgusted with the lack of investigation when it came to the Brett Cavanaugh allegations. I'm equally disgusted by this for me. Party ideology does not matter what matters is getting to the bottom of it and making sure that we're consistent and principled and we don't use allegations of sexual assault as a political tool As opposed to something that we should learn from to improve society not just for women but for men for anyone who could be a victim of sexual assault. We gotta take a quick break when we come back. We have a pretty giant. Ty T. Investigate Story. It has to do with basically doing away with some of our rights in suing our companies that we work for if we get sick from corona virus that and more when we come back welcome back to. Typ Anna in John with you on this wonderful sunny and bright Sunday in Los Angeles kind of wish. I could go to the beach but obviously we can't. We're we're responsible human beings plus Gavin. Newsom has shut down all the beaches including those in Newport Beach All right so let me give you some member comments and then we'll move onto the rest of the news. The good doctor writes in and says Biden also said he didn't say in Congress to cut social security and Medicare Q. Video. Yeah that's one other thing. I mean he denies doing things that he has done as lawmaker all the time and is like outraged when anyone brings it up so it's a little bit of an issue. Matt says so much for believe women. Msnbc should've had terror read on the show. I only having Biden on to refute is basically pointless. The viewers must hear from Tara herself. That helped give all previous accusers. Credibility I want to note that reporters have indicated that Tara Reid has been approached by Fox News several times and has said no and she's hoping that either CNN or MSNBC Invite her to come on and share her side of the story. So she's not doing. This is like a political hit job to help trump even though she's being painted and smeared that way beyond Tucker Carlson tonight she wanted to. She could do the whole hour. She's not and she's refused. Engineer says Biden claimed many inconsistencies in her story was there no follow up asking what inconsistencies another fluff interview passing his journalism. So to be clear I don't think he mentioned the many inconsistencies in the interview. The big and small many inconsistencies big and small that written in his medium post but nonetheless. I think that Mika Brzezinski should've asked about it for sure like okay. Well what are those inconsistencies? Both big and small. Anyway all right. Well let's move on to the rest of the news. Workers for a major corporations including Amazon whole foods target and Insta- card are walking out on the job today in order to protest the unsafe working conditions and the lack of hazard pay and fair. Pay Considering they are considered essential workers who are putting themselves out there In order to do their jobs they're risking their lives so they deserve the protection. They're demanding now. One thing that we should also be aware of is while they're out there. Protesting and striking behind the scenes. Government is working the way that it has been working you have corporate lobbyists doing everything and anything possible to clear. These companies of any potential liability should their employees contract this virus on the job. Jonathan Larson to. It investigates wrote a very detailed piece about this Talked about how the. Us Chamber of Commerce is part of this lobbying effort and how they're already having a great deal of influence on some lawmakers according to his corporate lobbyists including former top aides to Senate majority leader. Mitch McConnell have been quietly working to curtail the legal rights of Americans regarding corona virus disclosure. Form show that lobbyists for individual companies and the biggest corporate lobbyists in the country have been pursuing legislative and regulatory restrictions with Congress the White House and Federal Agencies. So there are two things that you should pay close attention to when it comes to this story. One is referred to as the false claims act and that would essentially squash potential whistleblowers. The other is the private right of action issues and that blocks people from taking on corporations in court so this would clear these companies of any type of legal liability. Should their employees get sick or die from working during the pandemic among the lobbyists working on the cares act? Private right of action issues for the chamber. Meaning the Chamber of Commerce were G. Hunter Bates and Casey Higgins Bates was McConnell's chief of Staff Higgins worked for the then speaker Paul Ryan. I bring that up because this is just the classic revolving door of politics. They already have nice cozy relationships with these lawmakers and then on top of that of course they're always campaign donations and the the financial corruption that we talk about on a regular basis. And that unfortunately is going to persuade some of these lawmakers to push to protect these companies that are not providing you know just the bare minimum to their employees masks gloves social distancing you know the the guidelines that been told over and over again to keep people safe so they don't contract the virus. I have more but John. I want you to jump in. Yeah we'll figure about what's going on right now that this is a time when like in the last crisis Huge amounts of money are being handed over to corporations rather than that money coming with new strings. Attached to make sure that it's used in the right way in ways that are going to help out workers and all of that it's being accompanied with new powers new Like being unhampered by regulations especially with the meatpacking plants that in addition to what's going to becoming which as you're saying they're going to be forced during their workers back in the workers are definitely gonNA come back in. Because if they don't they're not only going to lose their job they're GONNA lose access to unemployment as well and now if they get sick or injured on the job they're going to be protected from any sort of lawsuits having to do with it and then at the same time we talked about all the different regulations on line speed and sectors. All of that that they're getting so I I'm glad that we're talking about this. Because you need to make sure that to the extent that we can we stop them from getting these new protections from lawsuits during crony virus? But what I'm worried about is them coming out of this crisis newly insulated from lawsuits that don't explicitly have to do with the pandemic that might involve injuries on the job or loss of life from other things and if they're being told that you guys have to get going east of rebel economy as much as possible and the overarching signal that they're getting from. The government is that you'll be protected from the consequences of whatever happens. That's scary right now in the crisis but I think it should be scary looking ahead to once we're out. What is the state? What what what is going to be the state of these companies. What is going to be the state of the oversight regulations that can remain? You make a great point and and what we've noticed in crises of the past is there are bad actors who use our moment of tragedy our moment of crisis to rollback regulations to further insulate themselves from any real justice and during the corona virus. I mean there have been a number of stories of the trump administration deregulating Entire sectors of our economy like for instance the EPA told a massive corporations that. They don't have to worry about any type of environmental oversight during the pandemic. That's a disaster that means that they can pollute as much as they want. They don't have to worry about the FDA coming after them. I'm sorry the EPA my apologies. They don't have to worry about the EPA coming after them. Also there is. A big story was covered by the intercept. About how William Bar? The Justice Department wanted to hold suspects indefinitely without even charging them during the pandemic. So there are all these rights and all these regulations that we have in place that are being rolled back right now and I worry that people aren't paying close enough attention. We already know about the types of civil liberties that were taken away from us Because people bought into the fearmongering after nine eleven and thought. Oh we have to do this. We have to give up our rights in order to protect our national security. We now know that it was all ally and we shouldn't allow them to fear monger to scare us into you. Know basically giving up are harder rights. That's what's happening and by the way I know that we're GonNa talk about the protests like Michigan. Nancy lockdown protests. And things like that and these are people that supposedly if you believe the reason. They say they're in the streets. The pandemic isn't the problem. It's the loss of your rights during the pandemic but which rights are they talking about? Are they talking about the corporations that are sending all their lobbyists? Dc right now to find out how they can be freed up to do whatever they want while being handed hundreds of billions trillions of dollars overall is that the loss of rights and freedom that these people are protest against no. It's just that they can't go to like a baseball game for a couple of weeks like once again. They have been so scared that they're distracted by all this stuff. That supposedly is Super Important. Super Super High Priority and the people who actual power right now the swamp. They've been wanting to be drained for some time it's all in DC and they're getting what they want and none of these protesters seem to care about it. Exactly you make such a good point and I think part of the problem is this. Isn't this should be a huge story. I mean this is what should be at the top of a rundown for every major news organization because this actually has a real consequences on people unemployed es and it's not really getting much coverage so if you're watching this and you wanted to get more coverage you want this type of story to gain more traction so people are aware of the types of rights They're having taken away from them then. Shared this story will include a link to Jonathan Larson's piece in the description box if you're watching this online and you know just share it. Share the stream share this video. Share everything you can. Because if you can't get the mainstream media to focus on stories like this and the very least we can kind of use our power to get this news out there because people need legal recourse people need the ability to hold their employer accountable if the employer has decided that they're going to save a few pennies and refuse to provide masks for their employees It's just it's out of control and by the way this lobbying is working so I wanna go to the last graphic here. Mcconnell said on Monday that any new relief must shield must shield businesses or business owners legal liability for their actions and then president trump has said he's planning to exempt companies from liability for their actions to facilitate them reopening. So you're right. Not only do they get bailed out on top of that they are basically held. They're not held accountable if they're not protecting their employees while they're on the frontlines doing these jobs. So why protect? There's no reason because they make it makes no economic sense for them to safeguard the lives of their employees. If they know that they're going to be protected and paid off whether their employees livered I. It's just out of control. We have more news for you including Trump's ridiculous and debunked conspiracy theories when we come back care and John with you. If you're looking for a bank to invest in to keep your money that will not do shady things with your cash and will plant trees. Aspiration DOT COM slash. Ty T. alright so we gotta get to these stories. We're taking too long with all these and I want to make sure to give you guys as much news as possible. Let's move on so Donald. Trump is known for his ridiculous and debunked conspiracies one of them being this conspiracy that the corona virus was developed by these mad scientists in a Chinese lab. The intelligence community has already come out to say that this is not a human made virus. But it doesn't matter because Donald Trump has taken it upon himself to allege that that's not the case. Take a look theories but yeah we have people looking at it very very strongly intelligence people and others what gives you a high degree of confidence that this originated from the Wuhan Institute of Garage. I can't tell you I'm not allowed to tell you that. Several sources tell C. N. N. That top administration officials have been pushing the US intelligence agencies for evidence to support that theory so far the intelligence community has not come to any conclusion saying today in a remarkable statement that all they know is that the virus came from China and that it is not manmade or genetically modified the intelligence community will continue to rigorously examine emerging information and intelligence. The statement said to determine whether the outbreak began through contact with infected animals or if it was the result of an accident at a laboratory in Wuhan so this this conspiracy theory like this attempt to make Chinese Chinese scientists. The bad guys in this whole case they developed some crazy virus and they released it into the world. That's not what happened. That's exactly what the intelligence community said. They're trying to figure out whether this was based on some accident that occurred within the lab or if it was really something that happened from someone. Maybe you know being exposed to the virus outside of the lab Maybe one of these wet markets. That's come up so they're still investigating this but what I find problematic John is that CNN's also reporting that. A number of top officials in the trump administration have pushed intelligence agencies looking into the origin of the novel Corona Virus to hunt for evidence linking the virus to Chinese laboratory. That's not what the intelligence community is supposed to do. They're not supposed to have the theory and then look for evidence to back their theory. We'll look I mean. Even if they do that I just WanNa make sure that what they find out is actually accurate. If there are being told to suppress information that that goes counter to that narrative or falsify information as we know they have in past international incidents. That's the worst case scenario. I'd be curious to find out which professionals are putting pressure on the intelligence community is it is it. The science people that trump speaks of Honestly I don't know I I do not. I do know that at least right now. If you hear the word China it is just part of an excuse to distract you from the failings of the trump administration. That is the only reason he has turned to talking about China. Fox News is inspired him to do that. He spent the first six weeks of the US version of this pandemic being incredibly congratulatory towards China. And you'll complementing them in a variety of different ways about their response to it and only once the death toll started to rise here and he got pressure to change is full of falling poll numbers that he suddenly start to be more critical of China. He doesn't actually care. And the thing is we can't stop if it was intentional or if it was an accident we don't have control over that what we do have control over is who our government is and how capable and competent are when a disaster hits our country. I mean ninety. Five percent of trump does is look for a scapegoat to cover up for his failures. I think you're absolutely right and Fox. News certainly helps them with that propaganda. In fact jared put together one of his legendary compilation videos. Showing you just that. Us government sources confirmed that they believe this virus escaped from the garage or the other lab in Wuhan. Do you think that's plausible? It's not plausible. It's probable but you heard the chairman of the Joint Chiefs asked about it. That the intelligence was inconclusive. But there's a growing belief that the covert nineteen virus originated in the Wuhan lab not as a bio weapon but as China's effort to find and deal with viruses to show the world. China was as good as or better than the US on that front. And when you look at Wuhan obviously that Law Institute of Technology is at the top of the list of suspects. I've I've been some sense. So many of these things look at them. I just said can't be true. It's likely conspiracy theory. I looked into it. I never saw any evidence. You have evidence tonight. They are saying that it is increasingly likely. There is increasing confidence that the virus code nineteen started in Wuhan lab not as a bioweapon. Let's just be clear about that. There is no one who saying that this was. How would we know that? China reopened wet markets about a week ago. And that's a real indication that Beijing thought that or the Beijing knew that the wet markets were not the source of the corona virus epidemic. We need to get the CDC into China. There's really a huge burden on China to tell us where this came from. Did IT COME FROM A lab? Did it come from a wet market? Neither of those are good answers. And this was a botched effort To contain this and it got out to the population so there's increasing confidence that that's how it starts. Apparently was accidental not intentional. We don't know but that seems likely again. You can do natural but still have a botched handling of a virus in one of these labs. It's just shocking. I mean do you think our own health authorities first of all? Do you think it would be worthwhile for everyone? Who dismissed out of hand as crazy and attack the people who raised the possibility. Maybe it would be time for them to apologize. It's just so ridiculous and look if trump really did have some sort of evidence indicating that this virus were created in a Chinese lab right. It was some genetically modified virus created by humans. You think that he wouldn't share that. Classified information with the public is the ultimate decision maker when it comes to declassifying anything right and he has certainly Shared classified information with the before so like like this ridiculous childish game where he's like. I'm seen some evidence but I can't show you what you're doing. Okay we're not stupid and we know what Fox's doing I mean they gotta fill their hours some some way and Tucker doesn't provide critical coverage of the lack of help that trump has provided to the states or to working class Americans So he's gotTa talk about something And the thing is look do. Does it matter where exactly this came from shore. I care about the truth and so I would like to know but one thing I do know. Is that finding out if it came from a marketer. Alab intentionally or by accident not gonNA bring back one life. It's not going to clear up. One case of Corona virus. That American has right now. It's here right now. That's what matters. That's what we should be focused on absolutely well. Trump is focused on some other things. So let's talk about that. That was the scene in the Michigan Capitol building yesterday as lawmakers were debating whether it made sense to extend the stay at home order in the state now. Luckily they decided to extend the stay at home order because it's too early. It's premature to open the state backup and have people go back to business. That means risk people. We die after seeing that video. Protesters showed up to the military grade. Method in military year yelled debating. Trump thinks that. Hey Governor Gretchen. Whitmer needs to negotiate with them. They're very fine people. Here's what is tweet said. The Governor of Michigan should give a little and put out the fire. They're very good people. These are very good people but they are angry. They want their lives back again safely. See them talk to then make a deal. He is the most consistent attention seeking tension escalating a person on the planet I mean he goes against his own guidelines the federal guidelines. He encourages violence on a regular basis. I mean think about how terrifying it is to be a lawmaker. Who has to make a decision right? You're not supposed to be influenced by anything other than doing the right thing by constituents magical terrifying. It is making that decision while armed. Protesters are in the room. Yelling at you. Yeah and you're you're watching them. I mean I saw photos taken from the floor Where state legislators were just showing photos of people with masks and assault rifles and the only thing stopping them from shooting you from them pulling the trigger. Is that the craziest best armed? People in our country haven't yet been given the The obvious go ahead from the president that when he said to liberate the city that was shocking. God only knows what's GonNA COME NEXT. But they could at any time. They've the clear threat of of of violence is there. That's the whole point of the protests. And what's so amazing is as I mentioned earlier. There's actual concerns about rights being taken away that these protesters are completely ignoring. It's all the BS stuff and they've somehow managed to convince themselves that in states where the governor is a democrat. This is an unacceptable violation of the constitution in every way possible in every patriotic Americans should be in the streets to overturn it and they're getting Told by the president to continue that but in Republican states with the same policies. It's totally cool. It's fine and trump is secretly telling those governors that they're doing the right thing by continuing it. It's amazing to me that they're capable of holding those two thoughts at the same time. No it's it's also incredible that Brian Kemp was told one night that what he was doing. In lifting the state homeowners was great. Right the pence and trump called him literally the next day. Trump's like yeah. I strongly disagree with Brian Kemp's decision to open businesses. Backup Georgia like He. He plays these juvenile political games. But it's not just playing games. It's playing with people's lives and this is insanity in purging. This type of behavior is insanity and I want to share one tweet with you. All from the Michigan State senator. Who tweeted about this? Her name is Dana. Pull Hanky and she Shared this image of what the scene looked like with the following message directly above me. Men's men with rifles yelling at us. Some of my colleagues who own bulletproof vest are wearing them. I have never appreciated our sergeant at arms more than today but I mean if you have multiple people showing up with those weapons you know. One person is not going to protect you if things go wrong. And that's what I'd be worried about. Obviously the lawmakers worried about that too because they're showing up with bulletproof vests by the way we're talking about this on the same day that Justin Trudeau Band assault weapons in Canada following the largest mass shooting their country. Twenty two people were killed. The swiftness in action and other countries is incredible whereas here in the United States. We either do nothing when it comes to mass shootings or we encourage more of this type of behavior in an effort to intimidate lawmakers. Exactly yeah well one more story for you and it has to do with Texas one of the states. That's lifting the stay at home orders. So many businesses in Texas are opening today following Greg decision to restart the local economy and Basically look out for profits over human lives now. This is a problem because the metrics that he's using to make. This decision are not valid given that widespread taste testing is still not available in the state of Texas so the Associated. Press reported that for the first time since early April every restaurant and retailer across the state of nearly thirty million people is allowed to open doors to customers. Although more widely in some cities than others and still under social distancing requirements hair salons gyms and bars remained closed. Another fifty Texans had died though from the virus the most in a day yet and an additional one thousand thirty three had tested positive. The third most in a day yet so that was reported the day before These orders were lifted. These businesses were allowed to open. So why is he making this decision? What is he basing it on? Well he says Greg. Abbott says that he's folks that focusing on the ratio of positive cases to a test conducted right so you conduct these tests and if a certain portion of those tests come back negative. He believes it's safe to reopen these businesses. But the problem is they don't have widespread testing so there are probably a ton of people in the state of Texas who have the virus. But they just don't know as we know you can be completely asymptomatic. Have the virus and spread it like wildfire. He's also focusing on the number of people who are being hospitalized but who's to say that people have krona virus but haven't been hospitalized because they're eysenck dramatic. It's just it's nonsense. It is but wait. And do you know the thing? That is fundamentally different. Between now and when this started that makes us far safer during the pandemic. No what is it. I was hoping that you would because I don't know I have no idea nothing. I have another question for you. Do you know the day with the most new Corona Virus Infections in California. I mean after all we've had weeks and weeks of social distancing and all of that clearly we've got a handle on it. The highest number was the most recent day that I have reporting for April. Twenty ninth had the most cases in one day. It is still out there. It's still spreading. We're still losing thousands of people every single day. The only thing that is fundamentally changed is that people have gotten bored. They've gotten normalized to thousands of people dying every day. They just don't care anymore right. Yeah I think about this almost every day now and I don't know if it's unfair to make this comment but I think about World War Two and I think about what Americans had to do during that time of war. I mean rationing things sending their their men their husbands their sons to war like they had to sacrifice quite a bit for World War Two and then you fast forward to twenty twenty and Americans WanNa get my hair done. I WanNa go to the gym. No you don't WanNa go to the literally. Nobody wants to go to the gym. You're lying I really. That's the one thing that I would willingly leave mouths for. You're you're totally right. People always wonder tweeted over this week. So people always wonder if Zombie apocalypse hit. What would I do in what you would do? Apparently is wait three weeks and then start winding and then let the zombies in because you can't deal with the fences anymore. That's what most Americans would do. Unfortunately not most Americans. But that's what three out of ten Americans would do. I know it's it's devastating and you know just going back to Texas real quick keep in mind that Texas is not the most transparent state when it comes to The number of corona virus cases and deaths in certain portions of their state. So for instance. there's been a huge problem with the nursing home and assisted living home deaths so there have been elderly people dying of a and their own family members. Don't know about it. They're not alerted to it until their family member ends up in the hospital and it's because Texas has literally pass laws to make it very difficult for families who have elderly family members in the CENTERS TO GET INFORMATION. Health information about Their family members and so I don't trust Greg Abbott. I certainly don't trust Lieutenant Governor. Dan Patrick these people care about opening up the economy more than saving human lives. And that's something that we should keep in mind anyway We are out of time. Post game is later so make sure you check that out go to ty dot com slash. Join happy half hours tonight. Check that as well and we'll see you soon.

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The Latest Outrageous Policy Proposal Will Raise your Temperature (Ep 1222)

"Get ready to hear the truth about America on a show that's not immune to the facts with your host. Dan Bongino inside baseball for you today. About what's going on hopefully an update on Johnny Brennan to go anywhere to loaded show and I also want explained to you. Something beginning history is written by the victors. And that's going to matter. It'll explain what's been going on my show last week today so sponsored by express. Vpn Ladies and gentlemen spying on you online. I don't either stay. Anonymous Goto expressed VPN dot com slash Bongino. Welcome to the Dan. Bongino show producer. Joe How are you today? Hey Good morning. Dano ready to go ready to write good I could he? We had some technical difficulties. Show maybe a little bit later. I hope not but I can hear you. Which is good Joe? That is a good sign. Everybody's clogging up the Internet and the media because everybody's got a home studio now. We were ahead of the curve on all right big big show today. 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I wanted to add using JOE's favorite book. Ever I say that jokingly for you all this there's the black swans the author Nas Talib has a section of his. I'm pretty sure it's a black swan. I've read a few of them so I maybe off but it is definitely by Nestle Talla and he has his section where he talks about. How history the history of what happened is always written by the victors. Why does that matter? Why does explain what I've been covering over the last two weeks with regard to what's going on to one of the biggest crises we've ever seen in our lifetime the virus from China. There's no doubt about that however have severe. The pandemic turns out to be later. We can go over the data later when we have fatality numbers we have are not smell however that turns out to be later regardless of the severity of the virus and the fatality and Lee Valley of it. There's no question. The economic financial social impacts on the United States have been dramatic. Nothing we've folks tautological. We've never seen anything like this. In our time we have not had a stock market drop and unemployment numbers anywhere close to this any time in our history never never but histories written by the victors and the reason I've been covering the ret conning of history by the media now read conning. Look it up because it's an important word they use it in. Hollywood again where they re they tell a story as if the story in the past didn't happen is used example. The Halloween Movies. Michael Myers He. He's alive he killed them in the last movie. It doesn't matter. They just read. Conde pretended or they rewrite it. They just rewrite history is what you saw in the last Halloween movie never ever happened. The reason I covered. Because I'm getting a lot of questions about this highlighting. The media so much is because reckoning history is a real thing and ladies and gentlemen if we don't counteract it now your kids in the future in their grandkids are going to be told they story. That's not true and your kids and grandkids are the leaders. We'VE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR. Because they're they're they're going to be the next generation if they actually believe that a Republican administration run by Donald Trump. Dropped the ball. While tens of thousands of Americans died. They ignored the threat because they were mercenary and just wanted Americans to die while the media was all over this despite the evidence I've shown you in the past few days which shows the exact opposite story ironically written up by the New York Times this morning. We're Maggie Haberman Joe Breaking News She's trying to take a shot at trump. Which is you know collusion Maggie from the New York Times the hoax. Yeah she says breaking news. Peter Navarro President. Trump's trade advisor wore knee administration in January that this could be a big threat. Yeah and they reacted with the travel boundaries. Dan How that's a story like knocking. I missed that totally. So did everyone else who actually read the article. By the way we can't allow them the ret con history and just quickly on the Nassim Taleb. So there's A. There's a portion one of his books where he writes about how this happens all the time. Forgive me if I don't get this exactly right. I was just thinking about it before I came on here. He talks about how before one of the World Wars. When you when you go back and you read some of the history books written of course now or recently about world wars. That already happened. You'll see these lies. I can know world saw was coming in. Turmoil was everywhere in every month and there was a tidal wave. Coming ashore in the panic was brewing and Taliban sooners books. That's not exactly accurate when you go back and actually read the news of the day Joe. That's not what people were talking about. And when you look at things like the bond market where there was joe if there was a tidal wave coming ashore and everybody knew what was about to happen you would see some volatility in these bonds and it. None of interest rates spiking. And that's not what happened that all history is always written by the victors. Don't let the fake news media be victorious. Here and rewriting would actually happen. Fax Matter we can give report cards on the trump administration which we should we. Don't golden calf anyone. Later they work for us to the fact that the Republicans candidly irrelevant. But don't let the media which specializes in disinformation misinformation out rewrite history important by the way quick. Note on the media. Stephanie Grisham breaking today is out as the White House press secretary. We'll see who replaces Stephanie Grisham. She's going back to be the chief of staff for Melania trump. So a good work Stephanie. Grisham liked her. She was always very nice. So we'll see what happens when our okay folks. There's a lot more going on other than the Wuhan virus but one of the victims of this because the Democrats as I showed you in that montage the other day believe from the free beacon or maybe it was real real excuse me gravy and the Democrats are never let a crisis go to waste ever and they are always looking for an opportunity. Democrats in candidly some Republicans. As well to use a crisis to institute their new deal new path forward green new deal progressive agenda. Don't fall for it. So this article in the Wall Street Journal about something. I mentioned today. Here it is again here. It is again. They'll push for the digital dollar no way ladies and Gentlemen Robert Hockey and Lawrence roof. Ronco Wall Street Journal digital dollars for all the corona virus crisis. Joe Underscores the need for a payment system that includes the unbagged a no big no to the digital dollar. Let me get the headline out of Front for a couple of reasons. Ladies and Gentlemen Big Warning Signs Paul reveal running through the streets right now digital dollar so the government can track you through some kind of a treasury deposit withdrawal spending system. The government can track all of your spending as Joe mentioned last week which is a brilliant point. You will have to spend that money in a gun store. I don't know government GonNa know you bought a gun or are you going to be tracked by the Treasury? What does that these faircloth asking questions right? Are you going to be allowed to go to payday? Lenders payday lenders. Those are evil business began. Have that we get of course. I'm giving you the Obama Administration already done this stuff by the way tried. Operation Choke Point tried to choke. These businesses are legal businesses. You may not like them perfectly legal business. You're going to be allowed to go to a payday. What about a liquor store? No no hooch. No Midnight Dragon. No no nineteen forty two for you but outside of that as I brought up last week this push for the digital dollar again of course using a crisis to do it. Listen to their sales pitch now on. This always wait for a crisis to implement the government's full control over the economy from the Wall Street Journal muddies dirty Jo- literally. That's what it says quote Wall Street Journal Money's dirty and a pandemic makes it worse banknotes coins and even checks double as virus wreck vectors. Ooh paper money so effective at spreading disease. Joe That in late February China began literally laundering. It's currency it isn't hard to see why Congress considered establishing a digital dollar for American the Third Corona Virus Relief Bill a national digital payments system. Didn't make it into the final legislation. Thank God thank notice that cares act but it should next time around here. We go never let a crisis go to waste. Danger Will Robinson Ladies and gentlemen boom boom. Those Red Siren should be going off right now. Why do they want well? Joe explained to you when it more obvious reasons. The government gets to track everything. You spend your money on. No thanks hard pass. Thank you very much. But secondly let's give you the Deuce on that one from an Economic Perspective Ladies and gentlemen. I warned you a long time ago. That the government is more than eager in the United States to push interest rates. So low that they get into negative territory. Negative territory you have negative interest rates. How do you have negative interest rates? Easy you just make them negative. Oh they've already tried overseas negative interest rates. Maybe you keep your money in the bank. You know when you earn interest you actually lose money by keeping your money in the bank. You may say to yourself. I'll just take my money out of the bank and hold onto the paper. I are far. Wouldn't lose anything right and wrong. Because of the government moves to a digital dollar. It'll be pretty much impossible to get your money out of the bag. You go there you go there. You go digitize everything. Negative interest rates dollars worth lasts and lasts less. So you go to work. You earn a lot of money yet. The money you earn goes down and down and down because you have nowhere to spend your paper money because everything's digital with the digital dollar now if you missed last week. I'm not going to Redo the whole show but you may be similar. Why would the government like negative interest rates? Because it's just another form of taxation is. What is the government's running? Twenty two to twenty four trillion dollars in debt on the books. Probably another hundred trillion off the books with Social Security and Medicare obligations within. Have the money to pay. So what better way to reduce those debt obligations to making the dollar worth less because remember when a dollars worth less so as a dollar of debt if I owe you a dollar and dollar only buys half of what it bought before that means. I have what I owed you when I lent you the money. He said Great. Be careful folks as joe is a bed bed bed. Be careful never let a crisis go to waste as a block of the Dan Bongino show. This is the never let a crisis go away segment. Let's go to never let a crisis go to waste number two from Breitbart big node of the digital dollar but another thing. They want ballot harvesting. Oh this is great. Use this as an opportunity. Not only digitize. The dollar will away our debt while taxing the snot out of people because they can't get their money out of the digital banks fascinating. Here's another doozy former Clinton campaign attorney Marc Elias. Remember him from the whole spy. Gate drama thing. Yeah that guy needs vote by mail ballot harvesting and vote anywhere rules Hannah Blau Breitbart stories in the show notes. I've read it please. I'm humbly and respectfully you read this story. Never let a crisis go to waste but get a load of this one not only does the former Hillary attorney. Yeah that guy from the home spy gate trauma remember him? Not only? Is he making a big push during the Wuhan virus crisis for ballot harvesting listening to this who he wants now ballot harvesting? For those of you don't know what that is. That's when they allow people to go out and collect ballots for others. We're not talking about election officials here. We're talking about just other people. Joe Community Organizations. This sounds like a dream for voter integrity and security rights you or does check out the Breitbart from the piece by the way. It's using their own quote so there's no question that voting by males and important part of the solution. It mitigates the problems of long lines and fosters social distancing but the specific rules used to implement vote by mail may determine who's vote is counted whose night he continued listing. Four mail in voting safeguards including free or prepaid postage and the ability of all community organizations Joe to quote how collect and deliver voted sealed balance. I wonder who those community organizations are going to be acorn. I'm sure it's going to be the NRA or something like that. Right Joe Ashort. I don't think so unbelievable as you were thinking human being. Do this sucks. Never ever let a crisis. Go to waste ballot. Harvesting select community organizers. Go Out and start picking up ballots from people now. Of course nick of time in our never let a crisis go to waste segment ballot harvesting which by the way is already happening in California and has been in my opinion a disaster. Thus far look chimes in here comes hills. You Know Hills. Hillary failed candidate for president. Who tweets out yesterday? Because she can't stop she can't simply cannot stop pouring gasoline on the fire of A. What's going on right now. States must take concrete steps now to make sure every citizen can be heard in November. No matter where we are by that in fighting the cove nineteen pandemic. Who is she sub tweeting? Yeah Mark Elias with his with his tweet calling for ballot harvesting. Who Else is in on this folks. You'll never believe it. You will as my mother-in-law says I cannot believe you will not believe who's on this now of course. I'm being facetious. Because you absolutely. We'll be here comes. George Soros to the rescue again. Breitbart Aaron Klein piece George Soros funded push nationwide drop boxes for. Dropbox is revolting. That's hilarious. That's a good one. George drop boxes for voting. Dropbox is on the corner. Like it's like a lemonade stand and they can be run by community organizer. Joe No problem with voter security there. We hire a bunch of ninety eight sell. Lemonade collect votes. No problem at all voters security voter integrity. They're non don't you worry about that from the Peace Soros's coop come into the rescue quote with other Soros Finance groups? The Brennan Center has been leading. A campaign advocating vote by mail system in the upcoming presidential election citing fears that Corona virus makes it too dangerous to vote in person? Some of the groups are using the corona virus crisis to push permanent changes to the way Americans vote again in the never let a crisis go to waste scenario. I'm just here to warn you folks. That's what this show does get ready for the fights ahead if you don't know this out there on the horizon you're not gonna you're sailing towards this is what we're sailing towards. The Democrats have zero interest not the voting Democrat. I'm talking about the radicals up in the swamp. They have no interest in solving this problem. They do however have a big interest in rewriting history. Read Conning Story Nailing the trump administration to the wall for this despite the fact that they were the ones the laying relief and all that other stuff and at the same time advancing new ideological goals. That will change elections and the way we transfer money in this country now my words their words from their own piece their their quotes not mine. One final story here. That's important in the never. Let a crisis go to waste because I got a lot to get through today from Bongino Dot Com. Welcome on board Jeremy. Franklin does good work over there. Great piece being the shown us please read or you can just go to Bungee DOT COM. Check it out. Joe Congressman Demands Illegal. Aliens received Corona Virus Stimulus checks. What Jerry Frankel? No no no what. Yes that's right. Yes Adriaan O. S. PELADA FROM NEW YORK. Forgive him saying your name wrong. It's not intentional. Changed his position now. He's saying hey listen you know undocumented meeting illegal aliens you don't even say that if you're a leftist of course because the change of language every day if you're here and you're not a citizen and you here illegally. You are in fact any legal alien. That is a part of logical phrase. It's just is what is so. Now we're supposed to be paying people in the country illegally as well. So you have just to be clear here. Congressman Es Balat. You have up to what twenty thirty million potential Americans out of work. Small businesses crush savings wiped out generational prosperity potentially wiped out. If we don't fix this soon and your priority now is to give money to people who are here in the country. Not even here illegally. That's a doozy. Make sure you read that piece. All right second sponsor today. I always appreciate your patience on Tuesday. It's always the loaded day. Our friends brickhouse nutrition one of my original sponsors and still one of my favorites. 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Carlson show where again we get back to this dynamic about why are we going to balance real world threats in a world full of risk and he said it better than I did yesterday. He did show his monologue. Last night was just phenomenal. It was it was really incredible. Yeah I get to that. Just a brief moment was so it was really amazing. Brief moment of comic relief and of course for Comic Relief Joe where we always go. Msnbc the home of Roswell. Rachel Moscow Matt out this is your Moscow motto. This is another host equally clueless. Mika Brzezinski Mika Miko Mike. I honestly don't even know but I think it's me. Mika Brzezinski here's me Brzezinski hilariously suggesting that up trump who has expressed some hope that PLA- quinnell otherwise known as hydroxy core. Quinn works as a treatment for the corona virus. He's expressed some hope he's been pretty candidate may work. It may not but if you're hurting and you could be dying from it. It's probably worth giving it a shot if your doctor agrees of course and your doctor. I'm not your doctor. And neither is trump but what he said is perfectly responsible and candidate about the potential effectiveness distract. Here's Brzezinski suggesting in one of the most irresponsible moronic things. You'll ever see in your time watching me. I'm not getting that. Trump is suggesting this because he has a financial interest a financial issue financial. That's the only reason to promote. Listen to this nonsense sounds. It wasn't allowed to talk about what he feels is important to say about this drug that the President keeps pushing. A lot of people would say. Follow the money. There's gotta be some sort of financial tie to some one somewhere. That has the president pushing this for Peterle conveniently. Joe Timing is amazing. What drops this morning or so or last night a story at the New York Times Jo? Wait for it. We're in real trouble now. They got US MECO was onto something. Trump has a financial interest in a drug company. That makes PLA- Quinnell I- drowsy Clark when they got nailed to the mall. I know I don't know how trump's ever impeachment time again it you know and then you read The New York Times story you go down a little bit and you go down a little bit and you find out that this financial interest for a guy who by all estimates is worth hundreds of millions of dollars. You don't know how much I have. No idea is worth a billion. I don't know I don't care I'm relevant to me. There's no question he's a wealthy man. Okay we bright beacon all just kinda put that baby to bed so this New York Times story. Oh there's a financial we found it. They really did find. See like Daniel Proven Meek right. Well not so much you find out down deep in the story that his family trust owns a mutual fund which by the way again disclosure. I own shares of it to dodge and Cox about your financial adviser matter of fact. I got crushed on that one but that's a whole different and in that mutual fund the Mutual Fund portfolio of diversified investments. Which is what a mutual fund is the New York Times. It really know that. He owns stock in a company that produces the off patent drug plaque widow. I'm not kidding I'm not. This is their breaking news. Even the anti trump losers out there have been tweeting like a guys. This isn't really this scoop. You think it is because what they say Jess to some Federal Office Employees Office holders who subjected to conflict of interest laws which doesn't include the president by one of their suggestions Joe to handle that is to buy what a mutual funds because their diverse and it eliminates a lot of the conflicts of interest. All up vokes really. This is the most Europe nonsense. I don't expect any more from MSNBC. But I just again. I'm trying to get you to understand how the media is trying to ret con history and every day is a new element to the story. That's totally made up. And we don't whack a mole it. You're going to have history books later. Written that will say trump missed the ball. Trump missed the ball Americans died. He promoted a drug. The drug was a hoax and he had a financial ladies and all. This stuff is fake. It's we have the we have the receipts. It's all nonsense so every day. We're going to chip away a little bit because this show is on Youtube on apple podcasts. Google podcast forever forever so no one is going to be able to go back and say oh. Gosh we didn't knock that down. We should we did. And we're doing it right here. Okay I'm going to get the Tucker again. I always appreciate patients on Tuesday. A really love our sponsors and happy that they're on board with us so I really appreciate it. I'm going to get Tucker and today show also about but he's at lifelock ladies and gentlemen lifelock. This is the time for lifelock. You have checks going out. It's tax season coming up. 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It is important to get our public policy response to a viral pandemic right. Why while again not to relitigate yesterday show or the week before but just to hammer home the point that this will become a template for the future. You Know Paul and I were sitting around yesterday. Remember there's always sitting around the kitchen most making some lunch and we were talking about how the danger in the future. If economic shutdowns regardless of the conditions on the ground becomes the defacto response is at any time. Even the whistle of a potential. Pathogen is in the news. Joe is a virus outbreak. In whatever Krog on our Columbia or whatever Cartagena whatever. It may be what's going to happen. The fear of a massive public policy. Potential overreaction or under reaction is going to cause what another collapse in the economy. Ladies and gentlemen we can't look at this simplistically. I get your emails and I read them. I understand I appreciate your feedback. Positive negative I mean it. I'm not kidding. That's why our emails out there but I'm still getting responses from folks who are grossly mischaracterizing. What I'm saying the argument now is in shut the economy down or I want people to die. That's not an argument. Nobody is saying that. Not a reasonable person. We're simply saying what's the threat and has the response to this threat. Been worth the cost. We've imposed on everyone else. Hohmann Jenkins says this much better than I do. I'll get to that later too because I've been trying to find a way to get through to folks about how I think we may have blown it here. Let's go to Tucker last night. He had a great point last night. About how the response to this the public response they off the streets matter of fact. If you don't stay off the streets the government wants people snitching on you now. No I'm not kidding you'll see the end of this cut by the Los Angeles may have embedded in the talker clip where the Los Angeles mayor is encouraging people at the end of it encouraging people to call the cops and rat people out if they're on the street. I'm not joking and Tucker brings up this point but how ladies and gentlemen bonds are being broken here sacred bonds and I'm not sure we can ever rebuild I mean I'm a conservative largely a Libertarian. When IT COMES TO ECONOMIC AND GOVERNMENT ISSUES. So you'd say clearly you don't trust the government. I don't trust anybody so it's not a relevant question but I don't Miss Trusting I don. I am wary. I liked the fact that we have oversight. I liked the fact that we have the ability even with police departments and fire departments even with our military to engage in oversight but I do trust them if some respect me when I get pulled over by police officer automatically assume like Gosh easier to take money or something I mean in some countries. They just happened to be worried about the COPS HERE. So it's not an accurate statement. I do trust the government to some respect with with proper oversight but ladies and gentlemen bonds are being broken altogether. And you can't even go out and walk your dog without worrying about the mayor of Los Angeles incurring courage in your neighbors to call the cops on you. The effects of this are going to be long lasting. I want you to listen to a very very well. Word admitted by Tucker Carlson on exactly this topic and the draconian response to a threat. We haven't even fully understood yet. Check this out. Corona virus dot city dot org slash business violation the expression about switches. Well in this case snitch is get rewards. We want to thank you for turning folks and making sure we are all safe so you just saw the mayor of our second biggest city offering to pay citizens to snitch on their neighbors for among other things daring to go to work. Working is one activity. We've decided should not be allowed jogging fishing golf fine. Being employed a massive threat to public health. We've decided that offices are somehow more dangerous than supermarkets. Far More dangerous the no one has today bothered to explain how snitch have gone from stitches to riches. That sucks Joe knows the saying you see. You didn't even need to be coached on that one. That is if you grew up in the city. I did. Joe knows that hard school hard knocks to the saying he's the mayor is grossly using which is totally inappropriate for that. Is Snatches get stitches? Meaning they ran Anita the cops. That's what he's trying to say but he says uh snitch is get rewards in this case ladies and gentlemen. We're instituting a surveillance state. Now have you thought about Dan? We can't have people violating the curfew. Okay so you want government surveillance state instituted where neighbors are literally calling the police to find people for going out to walking their dogs. You think that's an appropriate tradeoff. I'm just checking now again. If your response to that as well you just want people to die. I'm not the right host for you because that's not what I'm saying you're mischaracterizing you and you're engaging in a simple straw man argument. That is not what I'm say. Obviously right now in the middle of an outbreak of this virus which is deadly for a lot of people. There are going to have to be some control measures recommending that we all go and visit our grandparents in a nursing home while walking around in a public while a pandemic is raging is probably a pretty stupid idea and a reasonable measure that people will understand and won't fracture the bond of government because reasonable people say. That's a reasonable measure calling the cops on your seventy year old neighbor. Who's walking fido outside and having the government give them a ticket because they're walking FIDO while they've encountered no one in public is Kinda stupid. No strikes you maybe as a little bit. Tad Bit unreasonable as these unreasonable measures. Start to pile up. That government bond is being fractured and Tucker brings up a very interesting point here which will cover in this next clip from the same model. It's about eight minutes long but added cut it because I have the time he brings up. Another point has been ever explained to us. How this whole shutdown thing is working. Joe Given the fact that we haven't shut down the grocery stores we can't shut down and we have to eat. I'm not suggesting we should let me be crystal clear unlike that dope at the White House press briefing. Everyone why are we not shutting down to groceries because we gotta eat? Gee I don't know didn't figure that one. Oh Calorie thing. Kilocalories didn't get that but has anyone explained to us the benefit of shutting the economy down while people are still going to the one place. Joe Everybody in the neighborhood goes and as Paula brought up to me. We touch stuff we hand. There's nice thin aisles. Has Anybody explain is so just to be clear? You own a dry cleaning business where you can put gloves on. Put a mask on and ask that your clients come in. Dropped their stuff and you'll hand them a receipt. That's too dangerous. Shut that dry cleaner down. He can earn any money and people can't get their clothes dry because it's too dangerous but the same guy can go to a grocery store and handle the tomatoes and the oranges that the customer was just handling two minutes before he went to the grocery store. I'm I'm can. I'm confused here. Not Dan that's different. That's different we have to eat. No Dan that's not different because grocery stores aren't free because if you don't work you don't eat. There isn't any difference. Here's a second part of this. Let's get this home and Jenkins quote in a minute from one of his pieces because it's great and it's something I've been trying to hammer home to you. We're not talking about good answers you shutdown or not or you want people to die. That's a straw man argument that's fake. That's a Simpson's argument. We're not talking about good versus bad we're talking about bad versus worse. We live in a world of bad harmful options. The question we make is the question we ask and we try to answer is how do we maximize human prosperity by mitigating harmful effects amongst a world? Of Bad Choices. What do you mean? And bad choices. Legem drill into the earth all the time. Harmful the oil out of it. Oh my gosh. We can't do that. That's terrible well drilling you. What would you want mass starvation instead mass starvation drilling take drilling into the earth? Alex one hundred bad choice right. There's nothing good about drilling into the nothing. Doesn't help the planet out but if we don't truant for energy we all starve to death and Die Tucker brings us point up again at brilliant monologue last night this piece of little longer than minute half or more but I want you to listen to this re talks about how we're really not being explained how in this world of bad choices leave. The economy open asked people to take protective measures at the known risks. They may contract a virus or close the economy down bankrupt. Everybody while everyone's going to the grocery store anyway. Has Anyone even explained to us? How weighing these options. Because it doesn't make a lot of sense check this out. Mass unemployment is almost certain to cause far more harm including physical harm to the average family. Then this disease in nineteen sixty seven to psychiatric researchers decided to rank traumatic life events in order of how profoundly affected people's health stress can kill you. We know that and they wanted to determine which kinds of stress where the most dangerous the doctors found that losing a job ranked high on the list of health. Degrading traumas joblessness came in well above death of a close friend. Put IT in some perspective. If you ever found yourself unemployed with dependents to take care of you understand this. Unfortunately many of our policymakers don't understand they've never been in that position they never will be a professional class. Doesn't have much interest in middle class job loss or its consequences. We know that because they've essentially ignored it for decades. Not to mention the family disintegration and the drug epidemics it has spawned so far about ten thousand Americans have died from the Wuhan Krona virus. That number will rise and it will likely include people you know that's a tragedy but it's not the only tragedy in progress in this country in two thousand. Eighteen more than sixty seven thousand. Americans died of drug overdoses the year before. More than seventy thousand died. That's more than the entire population of the towns. Most of US grew up in and those totals are far lower than the real number according to people who studied the question. The drug epidemic has permanently. Changed the demographics of this country. But for some reason. Cnn has not kept a running. Tally of drug casualties on the screen. Why is that well? You know why? It's not their peer group. It doesn't seem real. They're not that interested in the same thing is going on now. If the Krona Virus Shutdown was crushing college administrators or nonprofit executives are green energy. Lobbyists it would've ended last week instead. It's mainly service workers and small business owners who have been hurt and they're not on television talking about what they're going through. You need to look closely to see their suffering honestly. You can't say it much better than that you know. I'm in this business and I don't unnecessarily hat tip people because I want to kiss anybody's but don't care. I don't even really do that show anymore. But I can't think of a better way to say it then that that monologue lesson against eight minutes I cut for you to portions of it that I think highlight the high points of it. But it's really easy to talk about this when it's not your ass on the line it's really easy to talk about it and simple. You just want people to die terms which is nonsense. Made Up Stroman Simpleton argument. It's really easy to say that and call a business non essential when it's not yours. What else you WANNA do well. There are ideas places overseas that have tried social distancing and not shutting down their economies. Where by the way infection rates? Aren't that much dramatically different than ours. I'm going to read you quickly this again. This line home Jenkins talking. About how the Simpleton argument I'm not talking about you talking about people in the audience out liberal audience out there not necessarily the western show who keeps suggesting that trump keep this economy closed down. We want people to die. It's a nonsense black or white argument in a gray world and Jenkins wrote this that when we're making these decisions where quote weighing different kinds of harm against each other so we can achieve our goals at the least possible cost. That's right we're not weighing good versus bad ladies and Gentlemen Shutting the Economy Down Hora keeping the economy open where infection rates may or may not rise comp- comparable to what they are now is also the question is how do we achieve our goal of doing the best. We can combat. We're not GONNA be radically. As far as the best we can were radically. They will live with us. Forever may have a vaccine. Hopefully we may have treatments. But it'll live with us forever and I can radically from planet earth. How do we achieve that goal of mitigating? The effects of this at the least possible cost not the most. That's the only real question among serious people. The only real question you will impose massive cost some people either way now. I thought of this relationship to another new story just quickly on it. Some of you've asked me about my opinion what happened on the USS Theodore Roosevelt. The captain who was dismissed from duty as the commanding officer of the ship after writing a letter that went public over an unsecure email system where you had infection outbreak of the corona virus on his ship. He was relieved of duty. The navy believed that that was showed extremely poor judgment again. This is not a simple black or white issue. I just wanted to quickly address. I've gotten a ton of emails from this for military people in the No. I was not in the military. I was never served on the Theodore Roosevelt. I'm suggesting to you that other people have opinions. I'm GonNa tell you where I fall down and this is the same. This is not a simple black-and-white decisions he was relieved. The President says he may get involved. Fine I looked at the C. v. The resume of the captain who was relieved of duty. Crozier it's impressive to say impressive. Maybe an understatement. From all of the reporting I've seen on it. I'm basing it on what I've seen. I had to wait a few days so I made sure the reporting was accurate. Seems he was very popular with his crew. Having said that folks although he's a decorated Patriot apparently there are also weighing harms. You let people on the crew get infected or do you publicize the letter or put it on an open channel. Where could become public? Where did advertising the basically the ineffectiveness of one of our large fighting weapons that Theodore Roosevelt again? These questions aren't simple ones in tough times. See what president trump. Who's of course the commander in chief what conclusion he comes to on this. I don't know this man so I can't make a judgement on his character. But Ladies and gentlemen there's no question. Both sides have a viable argument. Here he's a hard times. Let's not make these decisions. Nonsensically simple we just alienate each other and we break down not only the bonds between us and government but between ourselves when we constantly attack each other. You don't WanNa shut this down if you don't want this guy fired you don't understand military folks. We have to look at the whole thing. The whole spectrum of options here and again out of possible harms. What is going to cost us the least fear all right? I'm going to get to this study in a minute because it's important and it's going to be up in the show notes northwestern the Kellogg School of Management asked a fascinating question. Hey we've seen these pandemics before. They've been even worse again in light of what we're talking about here. What are the costs of this economic shutdown? Why the economic damage? Now other words show. We've seen this before we've never seen economic fallout like this. What's different this time? They go through a couple of short and I want to get to the Brennan stuff last sponsor the day. Harry's Joe's favorite razor Dan's favorite razor. I Love Harry's. This is my Harry's looking at baby right finest razor. 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Stop Wasting your money and sub-standard razors go to harrys dot com slash bunch. You don't get the best right now. Start Shaving better today. Check them out. Okay so I picked this piece off the interweb and I thought this was worth your time because again we're talking about the costs of this shutdown and northwestern Kellogg School of Management. That a little breezy. It's going to be in the show. It's super easy to not one of those overly wonky research papers. We read the abstract. And you're like Oh my God is GonNa pull my hair. This one super short right to the point. I'll put it in the show notes. Bongino DOT com slash newsletter. If you'd like to check that out Bongino dot com slash newsletter email. You these show notes every day at the end but check this out interesting piece here. They talk about again why. The economic fallout has been so dramatic from this particular pandemic even though we been through pandemics before Spanish flu we saw of course. Hiv H ONE N one. Why now what happened now? So Kellogg inside the Unprecedented Stock Market Reaction Cove in one thousand nine. A new analysis explains why this pandemic really is different. So I'm going to go through this quickly. Three possible explanations and a fourth one which I think is the real re so the first one they talk about as well is it because of the severity of it in other words. Joe Is it because of the fatality rate or more people dying and the conclusion they come in the pieces. No the numbers don't backed up. It's serious we get. Please stop with the Straw man arguments for the Liberals Watch. Nobody's saying otherwise. The question is we've had based on just fatality rates and body counts from virus outbreaks. In the past we've had outbreaks have more severe including the nine hundred eighteenth Spanish flu pandemic and we haven't seen a corresponding economic shock like this so they eliminate that possibility that it's the severity of it. The virus sentence second possibility interesting. Joe Is it information. Diffusion I gotta be honest with you. I thought this was the reason but research always helps right in other words show twitter. Social Media. You know back in one thousand nine hundred and it's hard to get information if people were dying in New York and you lived in Wisconsin. You didn't really know so you don't know how severe it was. So maybe it was just information diffusion now and the fact that with Youtube and twenty four hour news. Everybody's getting right away and everybody's like oh my gosh is really bad and therefore at the same time everybody just sold everything off so they looked at that the research and they said that doesn't seem to work either jail because even when the information traveled around the world the Spanish flu which came back again. In other words everybody knew at this point. We'd have gone through the season you'd seen some news reporting came back the second are you still didn't see this kind of economic shock so discard explanation number two about information if you damn. I thought I was right on that one explanation number. Three's at the Inter connectedness of the global supply chain. Listen you know one hundred years ago. We didn't get all our stuff from China. Imported stuff no question. But but nothing close to the global supply chains we have now nothing fragmented supply. Chains are the rule the or the coin of the realm now in economics supply. Chains are all over the world Mexico. Canada China Vietnam Thailand back and forth back and forth back and forth. Is that what it is? Msa Man's possible could be but then they get to explanation for as a pin. The policy prescriptions the shutdown in other words ladies and gentlemen has the near exclusive cost imposed upon business owners and Americans who were going to go many of whom we're going to go bankrupt from this is it due to the policies and they come to the conclusion. Yes that the behavior in policy prescriptions are the cause again. I'm just giving you the research folks you after determine on your own. You're all free sentient beings clearly intellectual based on your feedback on my show. I've got some very smart people who listen. I appreciate it doctors architects pilots. I'm not kidding. You know who you are. Email me all the time. Brilliant people you have to ask yourself if we can pretty much now based on research. Correlation Research obviously but correlation will research which is an invalid as good as causal research but if we can conclude that the policy prescriptions are doing this. Shouldn't we be asking whether those policy prescriptions worth the costumer imposing now? Let me give you some good news before I move onto my johnny Brennan Same Johnny Johnny back a PJ media piece worth your time being the show today ladies there are some green shoots some notes of optimism in the economy. I know that's no one wants to hear that right now I get it. I just refused to do bad news with you all the time. Everybody's taking a hit totally get it. I'm with you. You have my utmost sympathy. Believe me did not grow up with a silver spoon. Neither that policy grew up far worse than I did by the way but there are some green shoots as a piece and PJ media have in the show notes today strongly. Encourage you to check out. I basically says listen. There was nothing wrong with the economy before this started if there was a massive financial collapse massive bubbles and not saying they weren't bubbles but they didn't materialize before we may have a v-shaped recovery. We may get back to some semblance of normal. Hopefully shortly. I encourage you to read it. Check it out worth your time. Just don't want to leave you with a lot of bad news. Okay again one quick Humor break here in the interest of lightning the show on what can be Dour Times. Here's a tweet put up by NBC. I'm just GonNa Kinda read show and you can kind of just come to the conclusions yourself so NBC News. Tweet this out about the governor. Virginia remember the guy with the Ku Klux Klan Hood or the base. We still don't know which one he was. Remember Governor Ralph Northam Democrat Governor Virginia member that guy so NBC. Put this tweet up yesterday. In a striking moment government Ralph north and put on his own black face mask. He urged Virginia to do the same. That tweet was immediately deleted. Oh man the run out a black shoe Polish or something like that. I don't know what happened there. Ralph Northam but yeah probably not a good idea for. Nbc Ralph Northam. I mean really this disgraceful. I'd the fact that this guy is still the governor and we're not sure if he was the guy in the Klan Hood or the black face pain. I'm I'm not kidding I'm just I just don't okay moving. I'm really it's one of those things. I have. No words for my disgust at this horrible human being who still manages anybody that we shut down the whole Virginia economy and what June thirtieth real smart move. Ralph Okay Final Story Day but I think the best one. I hope you've been waiting anxiously. Johnny is back in the spotlight. Johnny Brennan piece by The Washington Examiner. Excellent Jerry Dunleavy great investigative reporting. You're reading this stuff. You're ahead of the curve. Collusion Maggie at the New York. Times where you're always six months behind the story. So Jerry Lee Wash Examiner John Doran investigation intensifies focus on John. Brennan really. Oh what's going on with Johnny Bay? Well folks if you're a regular show you probably already know but this is worth talking about again because apparently the United States attorney investigating the spy gate affair has those high beams on Johnny B. is right there. Let's go to the piece by Jerry. Dunleavy what is he saying this? What exactly they looking at here. Quote Durham is also scrutinizing Brennan and relationship in relation to British spy Christopher Steele dossier in particular the prosecutors looking for answers on whether it was used in the 2017 assessment. Why Jim Komi Andrew? Mccabe insisted upon it being part of the assessment. How allegations from the dossier ended up in the assessments appendix. I John Brennan misled about the dossiers us. Ding Ding Ding Ding Ding. That last question again you regular listeners. Already know this John. Brennan get Christopher steals information or was he working with Christopher Steele to disseminate information way earlier then he said what do I mean by that well before we go to another screen out of Lisa pages testimony? I just WANNA play this quick video. We played before about John. Brennan talking to the Hapless Chuck. Todd is quickly becoming one of the dumbest guys in media but Chuck Todd on MSNBC. Here's John Brennan telling him back. In February of Twenty eight the dossier Christopher steals information. I didn't see that stuff until December. Really check this out. When did you first learn of the so-called steele dossier and what Christopher Steele was doing? Well it was a very well kept secret among press circles for several months before it came out and it was in late summer of two thousand sixteen when there were some individuals of from the various Us News outlets. Who asked me about my familiarity with it and I had heard snippets about it. I did not know what was in there I did not see it until later in that year. I think it was in December But I I was unaware of the providence of it as well as what was in and it did not play any role whatsoever in the intelligence community assessments. That was done that was presented to then President Obama and then president-elect Trump. How was this field dossier treated? Did you treat it? You said you looked at in December. I assume it's been looked at by was obviously looked at by the FBI. We've now learned. They've tried to confirm some of it and I've had some success some not yet. They don't say it's they don't they say it's unconfirmed but that's about it. Well there were things in that those that made me wonder whether or not they would. They were in fact accurate and true and I do think it was up to the FBI to see whether or not they could verify any of it. I think Jim Comey has said that it was B- contains salacious unverified information. Just because it was unverified. Didn't mean it wasn't true and if the Russians were involved in something like that directed against individuals who are aspiring to the highest office in this land there was an obligation of the FBI to seek out the truth on it fascinating. He does two things in one. Sound bite there. I didn't see it until December after the election onwards Christopher Steele the fake information we spied on trump wait. I didn't have anything to do with that. The left December come on guy leave me alone secondly manages to throw the FBI under the bus. I passed it off to them. They're the law enforcement guys. They were supposed to verify that Not The way that works John. You're the head of the Central Intelligence Agency Guy. Your job is not to pass off unverified rumors to get presidential candidate spider. Did you miss that? Did you missed the memo not sure. Well here's where it gets really interesting. Let me put up this testimony by Lisa page from the F. B. I remember Brennan saying Joe. Hey whatever the FBI. God from Christopher Steele and stuff. Yeah you know. I don't know I didn't see any of that till after the election. Really you sure that because Mark Meadows and the Republican Congress look into this appear to think otherwise they have Lisa page. Fbi lawyer up on Capitol Hill and they seemed to be hinting at something that maybe Christopher Steele and John Brennan we're talking way before December ladies and Gentlemen Miss Page says answering Mr Mattis questions. She says Lisa page with all due honesty. If Director Brennan got that information from our source. She's talking about steel she says if the CIA at another source of that information. I need aware that north of the provided to us if they did because the first time we and meadows cuts off we do know there are multiple sources. She says. I do know that I do know that the information ultimately found its way to a lot of different places certainly in October of two thousand sixteen. Listen to this key line. I'm telling you Brennan is lying. He was dealing with steel in the summer of Twenty Sixteen. Ladies and gentlemen and he's been lying about it the whole time. Here's Lisa page under oath but at the CIA as early as August in fact had some of those same reports talking about steals reports. I'm not aware of that. Nor do I believe they provided them to us? And that would be unusual. My Gosh the FBI is getting pushed. All the steel information. You guys need to open up a case John. Brennan's pushing it to Harry Reid. Democrat hack senator. Who's pushing the FBI to open up a case in August but Brennan's saying I don't know I didn't get any information from steel. I'm getting it from sources. Right of steel the whole time. What Kinda knucklehead believes this and now he's lying now you see what Durham's investigating when did Brennan know about steel and if you knew about stealing the summer and was telling the FBI politicians? I've got information about trump being a Russian asset and he's getting that from steel and he's lying. Brennan suggesting he's getting it from someone else that way steel shows up to the FBI. It looks like the information verified. Oh John Brennan told us the same stuff. Of course he did. It's from the same guy. Bread is just lying about it. Trust me this is the story in both of my books I talk about this good. Reads right now especially exonerated where we nail Brenner. The ball on this folks. I'M GONNA get some more of this tomorrow. Because I want to go into a little more detail. The laundering operation. They did also to get this information launder to the FBI. Throw this the second supreme chat from the I'll hint whereas we're going tomorrow. How Brennan made the information appear like? It was coming from multiple channels when it was all coming from steel and lied about. I didn't see until after the election yet be. I should have done their homework. Dopes had Brennan thinks. We're all stupid. I stand by the integrity of our work. Our sources and what we did steal told the Oxford Union students. Last month's or Andrew would the former British ambassador. Russia was also contacted by arms team but told him he had nothing to add beyond what he said publicly. And why does that matter? Well following trump's victory in November of two thousand sixteen syringe or would talk to Republican Senator John McCain at a security conference about the dossier it was after this conversation that McCain said is Associated Kramer to London to retrieve a copy McCain who died in August two thousand eighteen gave a copy of steals research the Komi although the bureau had begun receiving steals dossier as early as July of Two Thousand Sixteen folks is. Scam is so obvious right now. The information against trump is false. They don't have any real information to spy on them. Steal makes it up in his dossier where he gets it from is going to be a pretty tremendous story that I'm just waiting to come out. So steel has this portfolio information. We need that. The spy on Trump Brennan realizes if he tells the FBI. I'm getting this information from steel. That went steel goes to the FBI with the information. They're going to have to vet it and they're going to have to find multiple sources right. They don't have multiple sources. Only have steel so brandon lies and covers it up. Hey we got this information from other sources about trumpy and Russian S. It was still the whole time. Then they tell steel. Hey Go give it to Sir Andrew. Wood they'll give it to McCain McCain a break the joe the FBI gets it again. Oh my gosh look at this dossier confirming what we've heard from Brennan about these multiple multiple so it was one source. The Obama more on this tomorrow at Daily Mail piece which is going to be desk deals on a lot of trouble. 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Supreme Court Decisions

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Supreme Court Decisions

"Just wish every time we talk about it and we say it's a big deal in. Oh my gosh. This is so awful and disgusting and traumatic and every day across the country. People who aren't running for president are doing phenomenal amazing work in their communities and their lives and their institutions that cannot be undone no matter what the result in November is. This is Sarah and Beth. You're listening to pantsuit politics. The home of grace filled political conversation. Hello everyone welcome to another episode of PNC politics they were gonNA talk about the Supreme Court. We're also going to talk about Joe. Biden's appearance on Morning Joe on Friday and our corona fatigue and just the shifting expectations that we have about where we are in this process will end as always with. What's on our minds outside of politics before we jump in Berry Kaufmann longtime listener. Someone that we've gotten to meet at a live. Event has come on board as one of our executive producers. We are so grateful. Berry you have come on board in that capacity and hope that all of you are enjoying our patriotic content. We realized that we have something like four hundred ish. Nightly nuances and that Patriot has any feature making them easily searchable so we would love for you to join us there at any level of support it makes a huge difference for the show and thank you so much berry and Oliver Executive Producers and patrons we are now several days into may which means in many parts of the country. We are several days into the easing of social distancing and quarantining restrictions. Unfortunately truly unfortunately a lot of these restrictions are breaking down upon partisan divisions so you're seeing more conservative areas of the country beginning to open back up you're even seeing this division in the Congress with the United States Senate coming back despite -ther aged population and the House of Representatives deciding to delay further coming back to Washington. Dc because of the risk of corona virus. You know it seems to me like what we're encountering is that when we all kept saying flat in the curve flatten the curve. We a flat in the curve as if it was very urgent. Which was that urgency translated into? Because we have to do it quickly. It will be over quickly. I think in a lot of people's minds and so the reality is we have flattened the curve. But we haven't come to the end of the carbon when you when you squish it down. And you flatten it as you do when you flatten like Plato. Which a lot of us are doing daily in our lives now it spreads it out and I feel like America is coming to the realization of. Oh we tackle the urgent need. We don't have spikes but we do have is a slow burn and so our daily new cases and our daily death toll is not necessarily lowering. Its not spiking but it's not low rain and we're looking at this reality that we have a long road ahead of US and instead of saying. Oh man we have a lot of this ahead of us. How can we deal with it? It's like forget it like I can't. I cannot possibly do this any longer. And listen. I'm going to be real honest. I have a little bit of that instinct. A- myself like there's this feeling of like we're really going to get shut down on the fall of flu season so like run while you can in the sunshine but I I think the urgency of flattening the curve kind of hit that flattening the curve means extending the length of the spread. I'm not sure. Despite the best efforts of many public health officials that the vast majority of us understood what flattening the curve really meant that we had a sense of. If we stay inside the virus will go away instead of if we are slower to get the virus our healthcare system. We'll be able to take care of us when we have it. Fewer of US will get it. Fewer cases will be deadly and honestly. It's no wonder most everything in American culture and in American business happens in sprints not marathons we look at economic performance quarterly and so three months feels like a really long time to us. We Day trade on the stock market. We get our podcast downloads. Over sixty days right everything that we do happens in these really short bursts of time and I just had been realizing that. Psychologically we are not wired for anything long term and nothing in our experience has asked us to practice something that could stretch out as long as a war that really impacted the entire country psyche instead of a portion of the country dramatically and everybody else only when we choose to think about it with last. You know a virus where there isn't an enemy and there isn't a finite ending period. I think that's what it is like. We Thought Okay. We flatten the curve. And we wrote all these articles about reopening and our public officials talk about reopening as there's going to be like a ribbon cutting and we're going to be off to the races again exactly as we were before this and it's just making me realize like on so many levels we talk about how our country was unprepared. We were deeply psychologically unprepared for what this would require of us. I read the piece in The Washington. Post both about The lack of federal funds for hospital preparedness there is a peak interest after nine eleven and then sort of faded when the bill came to also thinking like put a pin in that on a side note. I've been really thinking about. I wonder if history will require a dramatic rewriting of the legacy of George W Bush because of his role in pandemic preparedness and social distance. Seen in light of some of his other decisions that I think cost lots of lies and I don't agree with. There's a lot of me thinking like well we. We need to add this to the ledger. Anyway back to my previous point and so they faded with nine eleven and I keep thinking. Keep struggling with why. Why are the same people who I feel like our so? Gung Ho in the face of the heartbreaking loss of nine eleven which is you know three thousand plus lives are asking us to basically blow off fifty thousand lives and you know. I think it's hard. There's a really interesting article in slate about. It's not like the nineteen eighteen pandemic which all these lives were lost. Plays a huge part in our national history. Because they'll that type of lives lost is we don't have good language about it. We don't have a good way to think about that history because it's not for some grand achievement. Some grand historical goal. In the way you can you can Sort of right the narrative around war and you know because I kind of got on my high horse about like let's not really true. We can't do. Long-term we have poured lots and lots of money into our military like over very long periods of time. We're all about big grand long-term spending when it's like the space force or you know being the Soviet Union during the Cold War and I don't know why the psychology of that feel so different except for it is that if it's that neat there is a bad guy. There is an end date in theory. Although that's no longer really true wars and I think we just struggle in the absence of that and I think the the biggest difference is when we're facing what you're talking about when we're facing the psychology of short term long term payoffs for such an amorphous threat. Then you have to have leadership you have to have a leader that everyone trusts saying trust me. The long term will be worth it. You have to trust me you have to see. I can see it. I can see the vision. I can see the long term payoff. Can you trust me that I will get us there and you know? I think that we have really great local leaders but for better for worse. I think most people's state identity is not stronger than their partisan identity and so it would but I do think a lot of people's American identity is stronger than their partisan identity when push comes to shove and I think if we'd had that type of leadership at the national level saying lean into your American identity. We Are Americans. We are going to get through this together. I can see where we're going you have to trust me. It's going to be hard. It's going to require sacrifice but let me keep lighting the way. Let me keep showing you. What is possible and I just you know that type of trust is so difficult it would be hard with anybody but it feels almost impossible with donald trump. You know at any moment where he's giving that level of trust he just wastes it like he just he just Pours directly the ground. I agree with what you said about Donald Trump and at the same time. There's a part of me that sort of resists thinking about him as a part of this conversation because it takes me right back into the mode of conflict and it makes me think about how we've had a number of conversations you know when we started the podcast. I think one of the things we really learned early on when we were talking about kind of the more conservative you have and the more liberal view and the more conservative view of climate change the more liberal view. We identified really early on this realization. That you and I were able to find more agreement in our discussions because I would argue about the conservative solution to a problem but I would not deny the problem Our mode of dealing with adversity without conflict has been to introduce conflict. So it's not like oh my gosh. Climate change is this fundamental threat to humanity in our planet. How can we work on it? Together it's one side saying climate change is a fundamental threat to humanity and the planet and the other side saying no. It's not or talking about a particular solution and one side saying will you are too greedy to make any sacrifice for the planet and the other side saying you are too fearful to care about the economic consequences on us now of doing something you know. We JUST KEEP INTRODUCING CONFLICT. And that's kind of what's happening around cove. Nineteen that's so depressing to me. We've introduced conflict when there shouldn't be any because we. I don't know how to grasp something that doesn't have that natural dimension of enemy even our governor who I I like so much and I think he's done a really good job often talks about defeating the enemy and every time he says I. I'm like cringing on the inside. Because that's not really what this is and I do think it would help us to take a beat and recognized. That's not what this is and so our normal mode of responding has to be different. You know I don't claim to be an expert on the psychology of public health. But I do think that it is really really fundamental to how to motivate people and you know I think public health experts understand this. When we shared the report from American Enterprise Institute those experts go out of their way to say like these cannot be punitive. So when you see New York City videos of police hitting someone attacking someone because of their social distancing or people even the Tucker Carlson report that got share that I talked about on instant stories where somebody in Oklahoma father in Oklahoma got arrested for being at a at a park like they go out of their way to be like. Don't we cannot be punitive because that works against what we're trying to do which is really motivate people to to make these choices through some really sort of complex psychological sticks and carrots and you know I think in the translation to public policy with politicians and local officials and state officials. It becomes this sort of discussion about willpower and then it becomes what we always do which is scribbled this moral value in. So I mean I have friends that are they feel so upset and depressed and personally affronted when people are not they go out to lowe's and somebody everybody's not wearing a mask and I just think like hey there's lots like it cannot become. I'm a good person that cares. And you're a crappy person that doesn't and I think you see that those big feelings bubbling up particularly in California with Huntington Beach. This week. You know you have the people who are just furious at the idea that these beaches have been closed and then you have the people furious you be so selfish at all you cared about is the beach and you know i. I think that the breaking it down into willpower and like moral responsibility towards our fellow man. Even if some of that is true is not going to get us anywhere like it's not going to get people back on board with social distance. Same like this is like. Are you know fundamental? Aha Moment for Sarah and the life of pants politics on the nuance life when we talked about church clothes. And you're like I don't disagree with you about anything. I just don't think shaming people's way to get shaking people's the way people change and it makes me so sad. 'cause I liked ashamed people like it self. Righteousness is one of my favorite emotions as an interim one but it just doesn't work. And I think as as we face this slow-burn that's GonNa continue for months and we are going to have to decide how this is. GonNa work. I keep thinking about and I talked about this with Caitlin Curtis this this weekend on instagram. About her new book native and sort of oppression and all this stuff it comes up for me all the time and when I think about these things and I think about public policy and now I just have this really perfect pop culture moment. Two point two which is in Mrs America when they're talking about the housewives. We don't really hate housewives and I think Gloria Steinem says yes we do and they're like wait. What and she's like. You know the question is. How long do we give people to adapt to change? And I think that's sort of the psychology we're talking about. How much time do we spend? Motivating people you know. How heavily do we leave on punitive? Do we care if it becomes something we have to force people to do. Are we prepared to deal with the public resources the consequences of when we do have to force people to do it like it's just it's a really complex psychological dance and we're not bringing much creativity to it and that's what bothers me? You know the beaches question I think is a good example of. What's the creative solution? What something really fine. That could be set up on the beach to help. People see the distances. They need to stay away from each other. What is the version of? Oh my gosh look at this like you get your own private beach space right now. It's right in here. You know where. Where are we bringing to this problem? The kind of innovation that we pride ourselves on as a country to me the fact that you can't get the House and Senate back in session shows that we are just an utter dearth of imagination. The cares act shows up lack of imagination right. What can we do about this problem? Sent out lots of money and I do think lots of money needed to be sent out. But we're seeing that we're just recycling ideas and we're bringing the same kind of tools to this problem that we've brought to lots of others. Do I think Congress should be in session in some form as they are spending trillions of dollars absolutely absolutely they should and they should do it safely and they should do it safely for their staff members and for all the people in DC who have to spring back into action as Congress comes back into session? But if we can't figure that problem out on a bipartisan basis. How can we expect that group of people to do much of anything for the rest of the country and I believe that they can do it? We just have to get out. I mean the conflict that we've interposed on this like Democrats are scaredy. Cats and Republicans are cowboys. We're just GONNA be stuck if we keep doing that. It's so discouraging. Because I I do think you're right. Everybody certainly feels stuck. I think that's even the people that think they're cowboys feel stuck. And I I in my more graceful moments. I think there's a lot of creativity going on at the local level in the state level. And you know to a certain extent that cares act exhibit some real creativity because we went from benefits to direct payouts. Which is something that you know when Andrew Yang brought it up or when you and I talked about universal basic income like and it's not that this the cares act is universal basic income. But you know just check payouts exhibit some movement but when. I really sit and think that they did that. And then went home and thought done and that the only reason Mitch. Mcconnell wants to come back is to convert judges. I'm trying to burst into flames. I'm too tired too tired from homeschooling to burst into flames as the actual truth yet and I don't really blame anybody for that stuck miss because I do think all of this pretty deeply embedded in our psyches. I think we just have a problem. I think exhibits Problems with the way that we educate ourselves. I think it exhibits problems with the way we talk about what it means to be an adult in this country. I think it exhibits problems with sort of our sense of identity and self worth and that is not an individual criticism That is a societal criticism. It's just like we're learning about you. Know Co Morbidity is in Southern States Kentucky is one of them. We are at high risk in the state and it can't be because every individual Kentucky and has less willpower than our friends in California. So I don't want to blame anybody for where we are as much as I wanNA say. Can we all name that and step back from it and decide that we want to do something different here and really push ourselves to think more creatively? I loved Seth Godin email. He sends really short daily emails. And I always find them but this one I thought was so good. He talked about the difference between an organization and an organism And he said you know organizations have decided like this is the answer and we build a whole thing on the idea that this is the answer in any change within that is really disruptive because the whole premises is. We've got it all figured out. And we've laid it out an organized. It and this is how we do it. And an organism is constantly interacting with its environment and shifting as that environment shifts and I read that and I thought yeah like we are a society of too many organizations in too few organisms. And what this moment requires of us is to think more like organisms and to be where we are and be willing to adapt to it and that is going to take a lot of us but we have it you know and we made the iphone. I know we can do this. We're not bringing that kind of spirit to this kind of problem. I still think that such a huge part of that is we invented the iphone because they had steve jobs vision and leadership right. Like I think you have to have somebody saying trust me. This is where we're going and that's what we're missing. We're missing that so desperately it's not just. There's no where we're going. We don't have clear guidance on where we are right now and I think that's really really hard to ask people in the middle of stress. You know before we started recording. I was I kinda had like this. Oh my gosh are we all dropping? Iq points because there's this great psychological study where they create financial insecurity in the test subjects. And then give them an IQ tests in their IQ drops so like creating that. False sense of financial stress affects your key well. Everybody is experiencing financial stress. Even if you feel secure the the economic feedback about all the unemployment numbers and the debt and the other. It's huge and so I just think man. Maybe we're all just struggling with drops in our q because of stress and crisis and all these things and so in the face of that you really have to have someone or a group or a team or somebody that can point to where we're going to help bridge the gap between the stress and the crisis and the lack of resources and energy that people feel to to forward movement to gain that. Momento and we're just really missing that and I think especially feel that with the fatigue and the slow burn and the lack of clear guidance and the this is the solution. We're not there yet. This is the guidance but this is just voluntary. There's no requirements. There's too many requirements. Like it's just it's exhausting. So do you feel like Joseph? R Biden is the person to provide that vision as we transition into our next subject. Blessings I think I have some anger about this conversation on a couple levels. I don't appreciate the idea that because I'm a democrat. I cannot be objective about this like Democrats just looking to make excuses for Joe Biden. Because I don't even really like Joe Biden. He was certainly not my candidate. I will probably not vote for him. I'm a ballot in June and so that I feel really fill real frustration even though God save listening to him on Morning Joe and listening to a lot of people and a lot of people's analysis about the accusation from Terry Against Him. I am leaning towards believing him not because I think we shouldn't believe women not because I don't think that her accusation should have been should continue to be treated with all the seriousness that those accusations deserve. But because of the pattern of past predators that we've learned about in the metoo movement in which it was established pattern of behavior. Now we've got established pattern of with Joe Biden. One that for what it's worth I thought was disqualifying. But you know I think what I'm what I'm dealing with is struggling with what feels like a red flag to me that there there seems to be no pattern of behavior struggling with the idea that when we say believe all women. I'm not sure I understand what that means anymore. I thought it meant take seriously the accusations and not assume someone is lying and I don't and I think we we tackle some of this. Enduring are May to conversation and I know this is incredibly difficult. I'm not sure we have an answer and that doesn't mean. I don't think we should stop trying. I don't know the difference or is there a space between not assuming someone's line and not assuming someone is telling the complete truth either so especially as we face a scenario in which there is you know? Someone's liberty is not the line when we really aren't deciding if someone goes to jail or if someone doesn't go to jail if we're talking about someone's career or public persona in there. Is there a gray area available to us now? I understand that that there is a there is a hard decision to make here. Obviously it's not someone's liberty but it is the presidency and I. I just find myself getting so defensive when people write us and say he should be out of the race and I don't I don't know what should means right now because you know it's a democratic process short of him resigning the nomination or declining the nomination of his own free will. I don't know what options are available to us because people have voted and in a democratic institution or even in a party process based on a democratic process. Our options are limited and the the reality is. We're going to have to live in that gray area between both viewing the increasing accounts of cooperation and the lack of pattern of and know that we don't have a time machine and we can't go back and decide definitively so there will be gray area for US short of Joe Biden declining the nomination which there is no evidence he plans to do. And you know the the should cz are just not really helpful. I think in that scenario and you know the only thing I think that really matters to me is that I don't think women should be on the line to speak for him about him. Defend this be saddled with this whether their surrogates him vice president for him or otherwise. I'd like this this if we can learn anything from this particular metoo moment. I hope it's that. I hope we can abandon that. Women have to speak for men but otherwise. I think it's just something we're going to have to sit with and live with and be disappointed and frustrated and even disgusted with and I hate it and I don't know if there's a better answer well I agree with you on the whole I think we are in different places in our assessment of whether he's telling the truth about this or not. I am inclined to believe that. At least something happened with Tara Reid. That is not being disclosed right now by the Biden Campaign. And what frustrates me? The most in his telling of it not that there is a good way to handle an interview like the one he did with me. Mika Brzezinski and I should say that that interview had not been announced reported his statement had not been released when we recorded our last podcast so there was a timing gap as so often happens between our episode coming out and his decision to talk about this and I'm glad he decided to address it directly. Something that frustrates me in his telling. And I don't WanNa be too critical because there is not a good way is that I feel like in every denial his and others of an accusation. Like this. The conversation sounds like the woman doesn't exist anymore. What do you mean? There isn't this acknowledgement. Yeah we worked together. I remember her. I remember these things about her. This is what our relationship was like. You Know Mika ask him do you remember her and he really kind of ran past that question street to the this did not happen and I understand that. It is an unbelievable moment of stress to be confronting an allegation like this. Especially if you are certain of your innocence. I do wish there were a way to talk about it where the woman's existence doesn't just become like it's evaporating you know. I can think he did. He thought it would sound bad to say. I don't remember her. I don't know I believe it's possible. He does not remember being a staffer. Innocent OFFICE YEAH. And as long as he was and she was only there were like three months right. Yeah I mean you could definitely not remember her and I wonder if the advice was. It'll sound worse if you say you don't remember. Yeah I mean maybe I don't know but I totally I know what you're talking about and I think you're right. I'm trying so hard not to lean in too much to he did or he didn't because I don't know I just don't know and and she's doing it for this reason or that I don't know And I really WanNa have grace for her and for him for the people advising him for Mika Brzezinski. I want everyone who criticized the way. She handled to take several seats because there is no good way to do that either. And for her to be the woman on that show who had to do that makes me mad also. Yeah and I thought she did a very good job but yeah but if they'd had willie do it they'd been like why didn't you have a woman do? Yeah and I hate that and I just want out another ride off of. That's IT I want out. I want out of all of that out. So here's how I am analyzing it. Do I think that this is disqualifying for the presidency? Of course I do. Do I think that this should be where we are? Of course not and at the same time. I'm not the decider of that. Yeah the only decision that's in front of me is who am. I going to vote for in November and that is a brutal calculus. It is so insensitive to the spectrum. A feelings that people live through when you talk about sexual assault it is brutal to have this completely binary this box or that box choice for every person who's lived through something like this and I acknowledge that and I never want be insensitive to it and it pisses me off to you and it's never gonna be okay and it's not normal and it's not where we should be and yet it is where we are and that is all. I know how to grapple with right now. All I know how to grapple with is that these are the two people who are GonNa be on my ballot. Perhaps just in a mush okay. What am I going to do in that scenario? It sucks. It's infuriating. It's even more infuriating. If the actual truth is he did nothing wrong. And this is being used as a weapon. That is re traumatizing. So many women that is putting people like Mika through the horror of having to do that in view you know that is unearthing all of this stuff that we can't seem to take a breath from as a culture because of its prevalence. If this is a lie it's it. It makes me even matter. You know what I mean makes me even angrier. This is not true and so I don't know what to make of any of it other than to keep thinking about. How do I look at my ballot and make a decision if these are my options there unacceptable options? Would I rather have Joe Biden without a woman vice president because of his know if this is the choice that we face he is the nominee he pledged to have a woman? Vice President. Do I want every woman who would be a great vice president to turn him down? Because of this I do not know I do not want that and so you know I. I am just wrestling with being deeply pragmatic as we must be at different points in our democracy and holding space for the fact that this sucks all around for literally everyone and there is no way that any person involved in this can handle it. That's GonNa make all of us feel better and you know what else though on top of that you know. We have a chapter in our book. I think you're wrong but I'm listening at your local booksellers about putting politics in its place. And I think there's room for that this type of allegation and for what it's worth the established pattern of behavior that both of us believed were disqualifying. It is true that is disqualifying that it is traumatic for survivors of sexual assault that it is disruptive and nonproductive and all those things are true in also it true that the entirety of the metoo movement that any the entirety of any forward moment movement and growth in our society with regards to sexual assault is not tied up in. November's election. That's not it. That's not all of it. That doesn't have to be the basket in which we put every single idea philosophy controversy problem issue cultural societal gender otherwise into it just doesn't have to be that it just doesn't have to be that because we if we face a ballot in November with Donald Trump and Joe Biden whether we learn more or less about that accusation does not mean that there is no hope that the metoo movement has lost that once. We've turned in all our ballots. That nothing good can happen again around this movement around this topic around this issue that it's the only thing that's going to matter to this topic and this issue until November like just. It doesn't have to hold all that it just doesn't it's big it's important and paradoxes are true and so at the same time it is not everything. We confuse the two A lot. We can fuse importance for the entirety of it and just wish we wouldn't do that right now. I just wish every time we talk about it and we say it's a big deal in. Oh my gosh what's going on. This is so awful and disgusting traumatic that we also say and every day across the country. People who aren't running for president are doing phenomenal amazing work in their communities and their lives in their institutions that cannot be undone no matter what the result in November is. I think that's right. I think it's exceptionally difficult. I think it is made even more so by the circumstances in which we find ourselves right now where it feels like. This is the entirety of that race. In this moment I think there is a pressure on the Democratic nominee to be above all question and reproach as a contrast to president trump and that is not what has been decided in the Democratic primary and I understand that people have very strong feelings. About how the Democratic primary shook out and that is the result and and I will say you know we just had our first press briefing in the longest time by the new press secretary and when asked about the the numerous credible allegations of sexual harassment and assault against the president. She said well that was democratically. Decided kind of what we're saying about Biden right. It's been democratically. Decided that he is the nominee whether this is true or not. Donald Trump is the president whether all of those accusations are true or not and it is both true and it is not okay it that is not a satisfying answer. It's not an acceptable answer. But I think what is important about what you just said. Sara is that it is not the only answer our people continuing to hold positions of power that they ought not hold given the way they have treated other human beings in the course of their lives and equivocally. Yes and what we can do about that. In addition to continuing to ask questions and think about it and try to discern what the truth is where we were able to and try to discern discern. What is ethical where we are not able to is inspire people to run for office that we do believe should hold that power. Make sure that we're using the capital that we have within a democratic system to uplift people who will be good stewards of their power and I truly believe most important thing we can do is continue to have conversations in our families. Businesses Communities Civic Organizations Churches about how power is held and wielded and about how we impose accountability for these things and so when we are able to have those conversations in person I hope we can do it with a modicum of grace and a whole lot of wisdom as we discuss these allegations against Joe Biden. I have something less important but something. I'm very angry about I want to talk about. I'm mad about the murder. Hornet coverage have you seen the murder? Hornet avert just really like a one line introduction to a newsletter that I really liked talked about the murder Hornets. So I'm less familiar with the murder. Hornets than perhaps you have seen the murder. Hornets everywhere which I think is inappropriate. I do not think in Western Kentucky. I need to see such prolific coverage of a threat to the bee population in upstate Washington. Don't email me. It's not because I don't think the murder Hornets will be impactful to be population. Perhaps across the country I just think right now first of all. Do we have to call the murder? Hornets and second of all does the coverage have to be so dang breathless seriously like stop. Stop with the murder Hornets. Please thank you well before we talk about the Supreme Court. We wanted to bring up a couple of local leaders who I seriously hope have not been talking about the murder Hornets. I'M GONNA be so mad if in that lag. Time since we got these compliments and just issued that directive. But we'll start with Julie. Wise from Hanna. Julie is the director of the King County Board of elections in Washington State. And Hannah said I bet. She talked about the murder Hornets. I'm just saying Hannah said that. When she moved to Washington state from North Carolina ten years ago and was introduced to voting by mail. She never looked back because it makes so much sense in associate forward and Hannah is very proud of her. Nearly perfect voting record. She likes being able to take a second and look at her ballot and she wanted to shout out her local county board of Elections Director. Julie wise she said this is an elected position and Julius someone who cares deeply about her responsibility in the role to remove barriers to voting for the people. She serves Juliet efforts in King. County push for and make happen. Prepaid postage on return ballots. We used to have to stamp ourselves to mail or you could put about in a dropbox for free. There's is the first county in the state to do that. Which was eventually adopted statewide. She's increased the number of ballot. Drop boxes expanded translated materials and all around is an operations minded person who gets it all done efficiently and Hannah is very proud. You have twice voted for Julia. Wise from the comfort of her own home we also heard for Monica praising. The president of Oberlin University Carmen. Twilly amfar she has a son. Who's a student at Oberlin? They like many campuses across the United States. Closed Down with very little notice. It was sad stressful for the kids and traumatic for the parents as everybody was trying to purchase tickets and get everybody home and she said that the president who's new it's our first year in the job has triplets which is impressive. Sent a really really thoughtful message and she was really impressed with her leadership. So we thought we would share a little bit of a president amherst message so it's been really interesting not having students on campus. You know it's it's an odd surreal moment that we're in and it's feels Strange and yet. I know that we can find our way through this. I talked to a group of students right before you all left and they came to my office and we were having this exchange about how difficult this was going to be and at one point we all got emotional These students said to me. We'll prison or this is our home and so your home is missing. You and I know you're missing us no matter how challenging this is there is an extraordinary gift of time next up. We're going to talk about the Supreme Court talking a lot about the supreme court. It's been really fun for me. Well I do feel like they deserve. Some praise as a throwback to our previous conversation because they are adapting they're having the teleconferences and the things that it seemed like they would never ever ever do do. I think they should have been doing this before you do. But that's okay. So they're they're leaning into the to the unique and creative solutions for sure and they are also terribly high risk population so I am very glad. They aren't taking chances With Cova Nineteen. I have been fixated on a comment. That tyler made on patriotic in response to a nightly new ironside did about probably the most widely covered supreme court case of the past couple of weeks in that case. The court decided that when you are tried for felony criminal offense by jury the jury verdict must be unanimous to convict you. This was a case where the state of Louisiana at the time of convicting an individual had a policy in place that juries could convict by a tin to to vote and Oregon have that law as well. Louisiana has since turned its law on. Its own but the case went forward anyway and the court decided that the jury does have to be unanimous that that is part of our sixth amendment right to trial by jury but it decided that in an incredibly fractured and complicated way and Tyler commented on the nightly nuance. I did about that case and said this would be impenetrable without your guidance and I have really just focused in on that word impenetrable because I think that is true the Supreme Court cases that I read and share on Patriots are like the one thing in life that makes me exceedingly grateful for my law degree. That's not true. That's an overstatement. I've met so many wonderful people that I wouldn't know without my law degree but that is the moment where I think. I don't know that I could do this without my law degree and without the training that I have because it is really complicated and when I think about how much of our lives and how many very very personal aspects of our lives are dictated by the Supreme Court. It really concerns me. That an ordinary person can't pick up one of these decisions and read it and really understand it. Yeah I mean I don't know because I think the the sad reality of our government is legislation impenetrable administrative decisions. Oh Lord loud. I mean I think like just a lot of our democracy is pretty impenetrable. Gweat so good though you know. I love a pattern. I love a theme. That's why I'm leaning into Star Wars. Today's recording even though I don't even like Star Wars is because when you do it the way you did it on patron Andy like do all the decisions at once you see patterns and movements inside the court which are inevitable because they have two justices and not just because they have two new justices. Tell me if you think I'm wrong. In this perception. It seems like everybody like the Conservatives are emboldened because there's more of them and so they're being a little more Out in the open about their thought processes and what they think needs to change and the liberal justices are also being a little more assertive. I mean because I think they feel emboldened because of the way at least I would if I was them a the way in which cavenaugh came on the court in maybe because they I think well maybe it's not just that maybe it's also that they feel that movement coming from the conservative justices and it feels like soda my own particulars like coal. But I'M GONNA go. I'm not going down without a fight. That's what I that's my very emotional reading of like what she's doing and what's coming from the other side. Am I wrong? Am I just creating some drama? There isn't any No I don't think you're creating trauma where there isn't any. I think everybody on the court right now is playing a pretty long game and part of that Long Game. I think is participating in decisions sometimes not at all on that liberal conservative dividing line but trying in the course of finding some compromise as to the outcome of a specific case to make a much broader point. So that in the future you can circle back to that broader point. You know a big theme right now at this court is just what is the impact of president because for the average law student. You know the big takeaway is we decide. Cases The way they've been decided before that's what you learn. How is it done before? Okay that's the answer this time. It's really hard to make a law. It's really hard to make a law. And that's the way it's supposed to be and this court is taking a sledgehammer to a whole lot of precedent and everybody knows that that's dangerous game and will lead to conflict on the court over marriage equality over reproductive rights over lots of things that we thought were settled by these landmark cases that sort of announced a new understanding of law and people are starting to say the quiet parts out loud about that. And you really saw that in this jury verdict case where you had. Kind of a plurality of judges four judges saying well. This wasn't really precedent that we were overturned. It was Kinda president but not really so. Don't worry too much about this in that line of cases and you had soda. My you're saying this was absolutely precedent and we are absolutely overturning. It but that's because this is exceptionally important new of justice. Kagan coming down on the side of elite Justice Alito and Chief Justice Roberts. By saying we're not we're willing to have ten to verdicts from Juries in felony criminal trials and convict people with that verdict. And we think that's really stupid and wrong but our prior cases require it and precedent. Is that important? I mean it's a real disarray of ideas because I think everybody is anticipating. Where am I going to land when the big one comes and if we are in that place with the supreme core where the big one isn't what's at stake when someone is about to go to prison? Yikes Yikes we have put this in a pressure cooker. That's my reading of it. I appreciate the out in the open discussion precedent because they always did that crap and conservatives are going to say not unfairly. Y'All turned all kinds of president over during the Warren Court or created precedent. And can you say what you mean by the Warren Court for people who not Supreme Court observers So this was Chief Justice Earl Warren in the sixties where you got a lot of really big supreme court precedent including Miranda rights and auto criminal justice. But not just criminal justice modest civil rights decisions and big big shifts big shifts in the way. The court approaches. Lots of constitutional precedent. And you know here's a controversial thing. I kinda thought if what we talk about. All the time is the pace of change and how dramatically increased in our country in the last several decades. I mean maybe what we're seeing in the court in this Discussion a precedent is maybe. The pace of change will increase on the court. You know maybe that's just something we have to face decide if we like it. Do we like it. If it's roadways over Robie Wade in the seventies Several decades later we overturn it. Two decades later we overturn it a decade later we overturn it like. I mean I just think that maybe the Supreme Court is going to have to deal with the increase in the pace of change that every other institution has dealt with. I think that sort of what they're talking about. I think that the idea that Gorsuch or Cavenaugh is going to set this test for president. And that's what we're GONNA stick to the next couple of hundred years is laughable But you know I I. I don't I can't laugh at the idea that maybe there should be a test to begin with. Because they've always done it. They just acted like it was a one off every time. Well how many one after you get before. They're not one offs anymore. When you're when you're overturning precedent and so I just I don't know I just think that maybe they're dealing with what everybody else is dealing with. Which is the pace of change is increasing. And that's the Supreme Court is it is everywhere else. Yeah and I mean. I think it's true. The court has always been in a pressure cooker. I don't want to overstate what I think. This court is going through but I do think they like overt politicization has ratcheted up and maybe that just means that we found more transparency about. What's going on in the court you know? Perhaps that's the answer. Perhaps this is exactly how it's always been there just writing it in words that we can understand better now or we have more of a view into it now than we ever have before. Or maybe we're just paying more attention than we ever have or maybe none of it's different. It just feels different to me because this is true me. I still continue to largely believe in the court as an institution even where it falls wildly short of being an institution that is altruistic and You know everyone is being impartial on every decision. Of course. That's not the case. Fundamentally do I think the structure of the court is sound? I I do And I do think even in the cases where I just vehemently disagree with the court and and honestly the decision where that has happened. Most for me is the decision about Wisconsin's elections but even in those cases you know. I do think that we have people. Who are cognizant of their place in the process in history in a way that a you know one term representative from a Congressional district. It's been gerrymandered to all heck is not true and I think something really important about that. I wish that more of them reacted like the chief justice and were humbled by that role instead of empowered. Well that's a big ask right. I mean not many people make it to the Supreme Court out of humility word. It's like everything else in our government. If you're going to make it to the top you have a set of characteristics. Usually the got you there and being exceptionally self aware and transparent about your own weaknesses is usually not at the top of that list. Well now I have a theory about this. I think that is very identity driven because I think if you are white and male and you take that path from my sense of off. It's it's very different than if you are a woman or a member of the group and you take that path as a matter of defense proving your right to be their worth versus feeling entitled to either totally totally and I think you see that play out in the decisions and I think you Especially see it play out in you. Know one of the factors in whether you overturn precedent or not is how much people have relied on that previous precedent and there is a different sensibility about cases that concern contracts and business rights then cases that concern more personal rights And the way individual justices right about those differing sensibilities. I think you can see a real identity driven analysis and I don't think that's wrong. I think we shouldn't criticize the court about that. Because I think we want human beings. I mean what bugs me about Clarence. Thomas is decisions that he writes as though law should be practiced by robots. As though there is no room for interpretation no gray area every test should be a bright line test. Every word should be the dictionary definition of the word and I don't think it should be that way. I think law is intended to be practiced by human beings. I think the cases in front of the Supreme Court are supposed to be very hard cases. I think judges are supposed to look at all the circumstances happening when they decide a case and I think you can do all of that and still be very faithful to discharging the law as it's been written. It's just really interesting to see the court doing that against such a polarized landscape and having to be aware of that and also be like tired of being hamstrung by it too. And so you have. You have justice. Cavenaugh writing this concurrence in a case about the Second Amendment where the court didn't decide the case they decided it was moot and so they. They said we'RE NOT GONNA make decision on this because the the ship has sailed and justice. Cavanaugh said. Yeah I agree. The ship sailed But I also think we ought to take one of these cases where the ship hasn't sailed because I think we have too many laws infringing on the Second Amendment. Yeah that's definitely top priority. Clarence Thomas is my least favorite justice. Although Alito is really making a play for that position and I feel like what bothers me about those different sentiments. And I want to be graceful. Like you say we just need lots of perspective but I cannot deal with the town of Pearl clutching when a business or corporation must adjust or adapt or undo. Like oh I just how could you ask this business or corporation to follow this unfair law? It's outrageous and then when it's a criminal justice case they're like oh well you lost your liberty. That's the way the cookie crumbles. It's tough though I feel for you. It's infuriating and I am painting. I'm not even painting with a brush. I'm painting with like a street sweeper but it just drives me the Nanas and I feel like they do it a lot. Well if you are interested in following the court more I am breaking down each one of the decisions on patriotic. What is most exciting? I think about the court. Right now is that it's having these like way more transparent arguments and they've ever had over teleconference about some really consequential decisions including what they're gonNa do with Dhaka and what they're going to do with the president and the disclosure of some of his financial information this newfound transparency around the court is a real gift as it reaches some of the hardest cases that it's going to have to consider the Sturm Beth. What are you thinking about outside of politics? You know my husband. We all cope in our own ways with corona virus. And I think one of my husband's ways is using this time to complete projects And so one project that he decided needed to be. Undertaken is a sprucing up. Our patio furniture and my piece of that project was to recover the cushions of our patio furniture. Now Chad will point out quickly that he offered to learn how to do this part as well but you know it was enough for me to learn how to use machine and so. I did that and I spent most of the weekend. Either reading supreme court cases or sewing which was a strange space to be in. And here's what I really learned from. It like recovering. These cushions is the kind of project that someone who sows would say. Oh my God. It's so easy it's so simple just chicken you know you're done and that is because we do not value our own skills appropriately. Nothing easy about this nothing. And if you're a person who sows like value your skill and sewing don't be telling other people's stuff like this is easy because it is not easy. It is very complicated. It's great. I'm glad that I learned how to do it. It is a skill that I certainly need to practice more to say that I have it at all. It just made me feel like there are so many things where we would tell people will. That's really simple and there is nothing simple about it. We are just not valuing the skill set that we have built in support of that that task on record. Please don't ask me. I think sewing is a scam because sewing is just math and ironing neither of which I enjoy and I told you this when you send me. The picture of eleven coaches is like That's a lot of math. That's a lot of irony. I made a quilt for Nicholas. When I was in college and about halfway through I was like. Oh my God. This is so much ironing so much math and I wanNA cry. Geometry is hard. It's really hard some advance math skills going on sewing. This is what I'm saying and I feel like people would say this. This is easy because it is just a square and yes it is but the whole thing is still very hard no. It's very hard very very very hard. I like knitting. Knitting is counting but not map. See The difference. You just pick up and you start county now. I did cry the first time. I taught myself to be a youtube video. Because it's a hard thing to get the first time but like once you get it. It's just counting which I prefer Samatha. I don't want to dissuade anyone from sewing because I am very proud that I made these cushions and I do intend to keep sewing because I don't ever want to have to learn how to use the machine again I'm just saying sewers. Be Proud of your skillset. Tell people this is hard. I will teach you to do it and you should learn. It's wonderful but it's hard. What are you thinking about outside of politics? I'm just trying to pivot from the end of school officially to the beginning of summer. I WANNA keep up our routine because I think it is helpful. But it's just so difficult because the schoolwork was providing a certain amount of structure. So I have to figure out what's going to be in place of that structure in how to dial down without feeling like all I'm doing is dialing up the video gaming and the television watching it's just hard. It's just the different kind of hard during this this season. I did finish a lot of books this weekend which made me feel like more more. Like myself I finished the big thirst. Our water book from the Extra Credit Book Club really loved it. Thought it was so interesting and like got me thinking about feel like I have like. I've seen the matrix when it comes to water. And I also finished my friend Lindsay pollock's book the remix which is about cross generational workplaces and it really helped me and I am very dedicated to not generation shaming is very hard. But I'm I'm committed to trying so that made me feel a little bit more like myself. it's nice to finish some books and get some other input but it's just hard back. Monday. We're back to figuring out how to get a ten year old an eight year old a five year. Old engage entertained is. It's it's a sophy task. Yes it is. I don't know if I'm ready to talk about the summer yet so true. I just you know what I didn't College. It's true then and it's true now even more true than it was in college. I remember every time I would like. I remember in particular one political philosophy paper that was like it was about aristotle. It was due like the week like Monday after spring break or something and I got back on the like Saturday Sunday. Let's be honest and I remember being on the phone with my husband and being like I cannot do this. I cannot write this paper or like a test being just feeling like a cannot I just cannot and I would always tell myself you will blink and this will be over. You will blink and it will be another semester like I already had a sense in college like how time was going so quickly. That's even more true with kids on other days are long but the years are incredibly short. I have a ten year old. That's impossible and so I'm like you will blink and Griffin will be graduating from high school. You know that to be true. He was a newborn three and a half minutes ago. Like just have to keep reminding myself like you will blinken will be over to just stay focused on enjoying as much as you can enjoy because it really even where. I just brought my little quarantine journal that the historians told Me Start Day fifty. That seems impossible that I've been doing this that we've been doing this for fifty days. My went really fast and a lot of ways so I just. That's what I have to keep telling myself. We have gotten such submissions for the episode. Were putting together on how all of this is affecting kids. We have not heard enough teen voices so if you are a teenager or a young adult or are the parent of one who might be willing to share. We really don't Miss Your perspective and with love for you to send your voice memo just about how all this going for you just a minute or two to hello at Pantsuit Politics. Show DOT com. We know that you're out there and would really love to be able to share your voice with our audience. Thank you all so much for joining us. We'll be back here with you on Friday on the nuance life tomorrow. Keep it nuance Jill Paints you. Politics is produced by Dylan. Garvan and Studio d productions elite snap is our managing director Dante. 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Trump is getting on-the-job training about how divided government works

The Daily 202's Big Idea

07:38 min | 2 years ago

Trump is getting on-the-job training about how divided government works

"The daily two oh two was sponsored by T. Rowe price. Check out the confident wallet a personal finance podcast series by T. Rowe price and the Washington Post brain studio. Good morning. I'm James Holman from the Washington Post, and this is the daily to for Thursday, January thirty first. Today's news Howard Schultz, stumbles, a big economic development deal in Wisconsin fizzles and a jury gives rand Paul more than half a million bucks. The first the big idea the era of accommodation on Capitol Hill is over as President Trump faces an increasingly adversarial congress in both parties democratic committee chairs are threatening a round of subpoenas for top administration officials. Several cabinet secretaries have refused to voluntarily testify before committees uncontentious topics like the impact of the shutdown and Trump's policy of separating migrant families house homeland security committee, chairman Bennie Thompson, a democrat from Mississippi sent a blistering letter yesterday to homeland security secretary to Nielsen for not appearing to answer questions about border security before his group of members. He says she'll get a subpoena soon. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and health and Human Services Secretary, Alex as our have also declined invitations to appear before a Coequal. Branch of government in private Trump has told aides he wants to take as aggressive posture as possible toward oversight, including fighting any effort by congress to obtain his tax returns all the way to the supreme court. Meanwhile, Senate Republicans have asserted their independence from Trump on key fronts this week. Some Republican senators are urging the president publicly to keep his distance from committee tasked with coming up with a deal to avert another shutdown. Republicans on the bipartisan committee were slated to go to the White House later this week for discussions, but that meeting has been called off because they don't want Trump involved as Mike grounds. Republican of South Dakota put it yesterday. Let us do our work. Mr President several senior Republicans have also gone on the record warning Trump against declaring a national emergency to build his wall and yesterday some Senate GOP leaders forcefully rebutted Trump's latest criticisms of his own intelligence officials which the president. Issued in a tweet after they disagreed with his assessments on Russia, North Korea ISIS, Iran and the security threat at the southern border, and this one significant to Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell who is carried as much water for Trump as anyone else on the hill has introduced an amendment to Middle East policy legislation formally rebuking Trump's decision to pull back troops from Syria and Afghantistan the amendment will come up on the Senate floor for a vote today if it passes, and we expect it will this would be the first clear repudiation of Trump's foreign policy from the GOP controlled Senate this year, and we're expecting more scrutiny in the coming weeks and months as the Senate takes up confirmations for key cabinet posts one particular nominee, who's likely to undergo rigorous questioning from Republicans is whoever Trump taps to replace former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, the first president in American history to take office with no prior governing or military. Experience was blessed to have unified GOP control of government during his first two years in power. He didn't realize how lucky, but he will soon for now, though, Trump continues getting on the job training about how divided government works, and that's the big idea here. Three other headlines that should be on your radar number one. Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz continues to come under growing fire from the left over his independent. Presidential bid yesterday. Shields tweeted out a link to an opinion column praising him and called it a quote thoughtful analysis yet when you click on the link the column called comma, Harris, a quote, shrill quasi socialist and referred to Elizabeth Warren as folk haunt Schultz deleted, the tweet went a Washington Post reporter inquired about why he thought that was thoughtful analysis shield said during a TV interview yesterday that he wants refused to give a campaign contribution to war. In because he thinks her policy ideas will drive the United States toward socialism. And he couldn't answer when asked by morning, Joe co host Mika Brzezinski how much a box of Cheerios costs when Brzezinski told him it costs four bucks Schultz replied, that's a lot many pointed out that that's about the cost of a 'Grande sized drink from Starbucks. Starbucks fearing a customer boycott his sent talking points to all of its employees, including baristas on how to defuse tense conversations with angry customers about their former chairman potentially throwing the twenty twenty election to Trump. It turns out also that Schulz has taken the time. They'll vote in just eleven of the past thirty eight elections in Washington state. He even stayed home during the midterms in twenty fourteen two thousand six and he's widely disliked in Seattle because he used to own the city's NBA team the SuperSonics, but he sold it to a group that moved the franchise to Oklahoma City number two the technol-. Gee, company Foxconn announced it is reconsidering plans to build a factory in Wisconsin significantly altering jobs deal that Trump has repeatedly taken credit for the Taiwanese technology juggernaut initially pledged twenty seventeen to construct a ten billion dollar display panel plant and create up to thirteen thousand jobs over the next fifteen years in a state that's critical to Trump's electoral prospects in exchange, then Wisconsin, Republican governor Scott Walker agreed to give FOX at least three billion dollars in tax payer funded credits and breaks Trump celebrated the deal in the eastern of the White House in two thousand seventeen and flew to Wisconsin last summer to attend a groundbreaking ceremony. Foxconn initially said it expected to employ fifty two hundred people by the time of the twenty twenty election. Now, the company says it will be less than one thousand. Number three, a Kentucky jury awarded Senator rand Paul more than five hundred eighty thousand dollars yesterday in a lawsuit against his next door. Neighbor who broke six of the Republicans rids two years ago over a long standing landscaping dispute Rene Buscher of bowling green pleaded guilty last March two assaulting Paul and their gated community the sixty year old tackled. The second term Senator because Paul was stacking brush near his yard. He admitted to the attack and told authorities at the time that he had quote had enough. He was found guilty of one count of assaulting a member of congress and was sentenced to thirty days in prison last summer, a mutual friend said the two minute argue over long care in the past and hadn't spoken in years. Paul was awarded three hundred seventy five thousand dollars in punitive damages and two hundred thousand dollars for pain and suffering plus eight thousand dollars to cover his medical bills. And that's the daily to for Thursday, January thirty first thanks for listening. I'm James Hillman. I'll talk to you tomorrow.

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Ep 526 | Sleepy Joe Wont Release the Records

The News & Why It Matters

44:05 min | 9 months ago

Ep 526 | Sleepy Joe Wont Release the Records

"Today Joe Biden was finally asked About the terror read allegations. Not so sure that it was a good idea for him to go on camera on the record. We'll get into bats Also the Michigan Governor extends the Emergency Order after the legislature votes to sue her. What could possibly go wrong there. In the corona virus pandemic won't be controlled until two thirds of the population has immunity. Now says some experts. We've got a lot to get into and it starts right now. Happy Friday. Welcome to the news and why it matters. I'm Sarah Gonzales today. Joined by Bolaise the blaze DOT COM own. Erin Colon thank you for being. Here are my favorite reporter. Yeah that's right. I said I said it all right. I don't care who knows it. Could other writers also joined by this new title now please TV contributor? Yeah that's right. I said it Eric July back in the House Fisher than I've ever been. I know I know we're happy to have you on board so I don't stoked gone Tom. Coming it re- really has been. He's like I'm actually getting credit for all the work. We've got a lot to get into Biden. Let's get into Biden. I so Joe Biden went onto morning Joe. This morning was interviewed by Mika Brzezinski. And he finally was asked. I I know he knew he was going to be asked this right. That was the whole plan. Get Him on television. Have him deny terror? Read Sexual Assault Allegations There was a lot that happened in this interview. It was like an hour long so obviously we can't play all of it I did find it interesting a couple of things that we don't have that. I would like to get your thoughts on first number one. That Joe Biden was asked about the papers that the University of Delaware has and he was trying to say. These have nothing to do with personnel records. What these have to do with our speeches. I've made positions. I've taken interviews that I did overseas with people all of those things relating to my job and he said and the idea that they would all be made public in the fact that I was running for Public Office. They could really be taken out of context. And that's what I'm like. That's the problem. Here is the context what they say or anything right and we're going to twist it around right right well and also for a party whose demanding that president trump release his tax returns and release all of these different facets of his life. Now all of a sudden we'll worry the papers could be taken out of context so he says You know the papers are position papers their documents that existed and that when I for example when I met with Putin or when I met with whomever all of that to be fodder in a campaign at this time. I just don't know anyone who's done anything like that. We shouldn't do it Eric. That just that raises red flags for me And that means that there's more than likely something that's going to be damaged for him And he's he's totally aware that he's not oblivious. I know his team's not not oblivious to and that's the only reason why you wouldn't WanNa make some public I mean that's not to say that what he said it doesn't make any sense. You know because context does matter in certain things but I think in this context and more so points to the play that whether it be the leftist these Democrats have been we. Sorta re- recently mentioned that trump. And how they've hey. We got to see everything we got to see everything and just any shred of anything just means that it was some wrongdoing because something bad that it's being done so if anything it seems like will you know you. Kinda gotTA play by those same rules when it comes to you Joe Biden so I mean this is this is the car that you dealt within a Lotta. This stems from his own party and his own colleague sort of doing that. You know what I mean creating a culture of. Okay we want. See everything from all eras no matter the context and we're GONNA try to turn it on you to make it You know make you look bad. Make you look like a bad person and make you boo. Some sort of you know make it look like you did some sort of wrongdoing. He's more so what it is so again. That's I mean you get what you deserve. I mean this is kind of what this is is the culture that they've been been creating so I think this whole sort of presidential camp more so this this round right. That's what we've been seeing a lot of okay. Well now. The shoe was on the other foot way every time I come over here. It seems like we're talking about something of that nature like well. Now it's on the other foot and it's like well wait a minute. I don't know if we could. We could do. It was like well. That was certainly not the argument that you were making a week ago. You know what I mean a month ago but you know it's a party it's a show like I've I've said many times like show it show at all if it down. Whatever I'm just going to say. Grab the popcorn. Let's would Aaron again. Go ahead it's been fun watching them squirm and twist to try to like fit this and not contradict what they've said all we've heard is that well trump if your tax returns are finding just show them all. Because what's the harm if you I don't know about this. I mean we're just off of the heels of an impeachment Where the entire thing? The entire premise that they had was taking president. Trump's words out of context in a phone call that he made like exactly what I'm saying. It's I think that's to me as I analyze. His whole entire situation is to the trying to not seem like they are contradicting themselves. Being hypocrites. But I don't see that there's any sort of way that they can go go this route Without being just that this is the sort of table that they set for the last month's would last week's this whole entire election cycle so here we are. You know this is this is why don't think just because you wanna down like your your adversaries. I've always no matter what it is. It's a bad idea to sort of try to apply some sort of logic that you wouldn't apply to yourself. You won't extend into the conclusion because at some point in time you know you basically said the table for them to turn on you and if you know to me it just invalidates everything that you've done before if you don't want to hold your feet to that same far. Yeah if you they know exactly. What's in those papers? He went and looked at recently. Probably went through every line of that and he knows that if it was as boring as he's trying to tell us editors and there would be no problem and just dump all this on us. Some people will read through it and it'll blow over but we know that if you're stumbling through China hide and uses careful language like there's something in there and he's talking in the way that chose the I don't know if he's guilty or not but it. It indicates that he has something to hide you. And it's fun seeing them on the other side if he never thought he'd be sitting on. Msnbc having to answer for something like this the way that trump would have to. Yeah which lets that that brings us to are the clips that we have of this. Here is Joe Biden on MSNBC. Just you know in part of his denial but no none of this ever happened. Watch as we await for the records from the National Archives. Are you absolutely certain? Are you absolutely positive? There is no record of any complaint by tower. Read against you. I'm absolutely positive that no one that I'm aware of ever been made aware of any complaint of formal complaint made by or a complaint by terror. Read against me at the time. This allegedly happened twenty seven years ago or until the I. Announced Treadwell in April or. May this year so first of all? It's May first so it was not April or May of this year. Welcome to me has a really good sense of time right right. Well as he sits in his recreational room but he says this moyer lead type well morally but Joe Biden in gaff. Gaff Joe Biden fashion. You Know I. I'm not aware of anyone else who's been made aware of any AL complaints. That other people are also maybe she said I mean the whole thing he fumbles through when I'm listening to it. I'm like this is possible. Deniability for him to say. I didn't remember because I'm suffering from some things going on upstairs. This is run like five six times. I have no idea exactly what gets so confusing that I don't even know what he's trying to design. You know it's like he's trying to say something that doesn't make any sense but it's not he's not saying anything concrete right sort of stick it to him at this repeating not aware several different ways and no come come play difference always like a big red flag when somebody goes to awareness versus whether or not they did. I'm not aware of anybody saying something versus. I just didn't do it. If if this was totally baseless and he did nothing that could be indicated is then you could just say that. And when you can't say that well what does that mean. You draw your own conclusions. Well so we have another clip so Mika went on which Kudos to her can. I disagree with me okay. Kudos to her she actually went on. She held his feet to the fire. I think more than anyone else in mainstream media. I've seen them treat a democrat. She did you know. Ask follow up questions. I would have liked to have seen a little bit more about the fact that terror reed did have corroborating stories. Did have you know the neighbor and the friends who said yes back? At that time she did come to me and she was broken up about it and she did tell me the same story would have liked to have heard that from her but she did ask him once he denied it she said okay. Well what if we just? Why won't you let them search the public records? Why won't you let them search? The University of Delaware Delaware records. Why not just let them search do a search for terra read? You don't have to release any of these other things that you're saying might be taken out of context. What about just the terror report. They can just do a search for Tara. Reid here is Joe. Biden's response to that gets a little weird. I'm just talking about her name. Not anybody else in those records search for that nothing classified under the president or anybody else. I'm just asking. Why not do it? Search for Tara Reid's name in the University of Delaware records. Now in Joe Biden's defense. I don't think he understood at all what she was asking. I don't think he understands how technology where you can just like modify the search and just just Beijing where indicate like. How do you even do that? She needed to explain control after him so that he can. He was confused about that. But I mean we at the same time like once. He understood what she was asking. It's a simple question. He may never enter. Why can't we just start for the name if it's not there it's not there you know it's no big deal but he still won't even allow that nine. I mean that's what he was talking about in the video about. Well there's no personnel records are There's nothing there. There's nothing there Basically she's simply asking okay. Why can't we search? If there's nothing there you know what I mean. It should be. You know the search won't find anything or something of an agent. He doesn't seem to be able to bridge that gap or understand that. That's a possible thing that they they can do or again he. It's that he doesn't want to commit to doing something like that. Because maybe it does undercover On cover something that again. Maybe dam even if it's against context it is a thing and we know that his party has a history of no not exclusively but his body Certainly the pundits you know they have this tendency to take remove things from context. Make things seem a lot worse than what they are And now again. He was now on his foot. So I'm really interested to see how this whole entire deal plays out. And if they'll continue to as this goes on like they did with the brick having all of the world are they going to continue to grill him To the oblivion just make sure that something if there was something that happened. There's justice Broaden Exa- just WANNA see a show. You know what I mean. So let's let's get it going. It's given up on American show big. Have to go through this me too. Sexual assault allegations misconduct allegations. We've seen sort of the playbook for how to do it. Well if you're innocent and how to do it poorly if we don't know whether you did or not he's doing literally everything wrong in one interview. And it's pretty amazing to know that he knew what he was going to be asked and he cannot even get the basics of clear denials and transparency. And little boxes. You want to check if you're really trying to prove your innocence. He didn't hit one of those in that interview. Yeah now I it really is interesting to see especially to see one of the people who I mean you can go and play back. The comments he made when it came to break cavanaugh and he said all women should be believed he said even today weirdly enough he said yet while all women deserve to be listened to and yeah there should an investigation. And it's like well. Don't you think that investigation should start with the records that you're refusing to release wouldn't that be step one of the investigation. You're saying that this other man over here with no corroboration and no evidence. He had an FBI investigation placed into him. Now all of a sudden you say there should be an investigation. But you're not making you're not providing the information for them to make their own determination Do you think Eric Do you think that? Do you think that eventually this actually plays out fairly because I I'm not I don't. I don't think that I mean I think that it's just gotten to a point to where it's so big to where they have to ask those questions. It was an inevitable thing. They just something that they have to discuss now. I don't see that it goes as far and whether it be with media or even with their little eh forbid groups throughout the government in terms of their investigations actually trying to get to the root of this issue and try to find. If I don't know if it actually gets to that point this may be the service level and maybe that's all that we get to and I think the only reason they're even entertaining this again is because the whole lot of coverage Definitely wants to Larry King interview came out. It was like wait. A minute It kind of it. It gave at least some possible validity to what she had been saying. So who knows but I don't do I see it happen. You know going like caviar. Anything of that and I don't think it's going to get that they got it in them But that I if it happens like that and they go you see a bunch of hypocrites. It's not really about that. Yeah Aaron last word on this you know it's times like these where I look at social media and I'm like thank God we have social media and we have ways to find out the thing like the Larry King live video and things of that nature because if not for that the mainstream media would not be touched only they only did it because of the pressure and we know that Joe Biden has never been really good at speaking clearly in balancing complicated things and now it's fun to watch him have to say well we've got to believe all women even one who I'm saying is lying bounces graph. They try to appeal to you. Know what I mean. That's that's what you get. You know what I mean like you Bingo Bingo so here. You are I don't know if he gets out on the other side of it like obviously I think it's damning even if it doesn't go into as much detail as some of the other people who have asked sort of allegations Put Upon Him. Who knows what happens. At some point it is somewhat damning. I'm already even seeing people on that. Left side being very critical of him. So it's going to hurt him regardless but we'll we'll see how it plays out at the very least all of the actual metoo advocates. Who really really want to make a difference. Cd's people for what they really are. coming up next. The Michigan Governor extends their emergency order after the legislature votes to sue her. It's almost like this isn't about safety just about control. I don't know we'll get into it next. Oh Governor Gretchen. Whitmer has a rebuked the Republican controlled Michigan House of Representatives now. They declined to extend the governor's emergency measures and instead of being like. Yeah we'll take your emergency measures. They were like yeah. We're just GONNA SUE YOU FOR UNAUTHORIZED. Use of power With three executive orders. She is extending these three executive orders. that will take the state's emergency declaration until May twenty eighth. God could you imagine being in Michigan and knowing this is not over for another month. I don't know I mean my heart goes out to you guys because we're just now opening up at twenty five percent capacity today and I'm already like if I don't get into a restaurant I'm going to jump off a bridge. I'm tired of being shut indoors So obviously we've covered what this governor has done. She's been one of the most stringent governors in the country You know we saw the pictures of the people who would go to the certain Stores and they couldn't buy seeds to plant food You know they couldn't do any of those things and now instead of coming out and saying okay. I understand the balance of power. Here I understand why The House of Representatives exists to be able to keep in check. She Says No. Screw you guys. I'm just work sending this emergency order and I am not giving away my power. I remember seeing a clip of her. We don't have it but I remember seeing a clip of responding and and she literally said if you guys think that I am going to give away my power. Yeah that's not happening Erin I feel like when you extend it all the way out to. May Twenty eighth without having the data to back that up it becomes about control and not necessarily about the numbers and scientists are starting to become more arbitrary than they already were in terms of okay. We'll just we'll go out a month and then we'll deal with it later and it is about power it is about stature. It is about the fact that probably in the mainstream media that the that the Democrats are reading that the people who had vote for her reading. She's being hailed as a hero. Powerful strong female leader with presidential aspirations and things like that and these are the kind of things that fuel these governors. I think the same things happening with Cuomo to an extent in New York. It's it's the kind of thing I'm not GonNa say that thing that fuels them to say okay. I'll just grab more. I'll just grab more. Nobody's GonNa Stop Me and if I'M GONNA keep getting credit from it from the people who I'm trying to impress. Then why wouldn't I keep doing it? And so it's less about the dates here. Let's talk about okay. This is the science behind why we need to go to the twenty eighth or these are the benchmarks that we wanna hit before. I'll let these things expire. It's all about. I can have this power. I'm not going to give it up. Let's keep going and I'll decide myself when I wanna let this thing go. I mean that's what exactly is crazy for me to see this. Play out exactly how it was. GonNa play out. I said that this was going to incentivize these sort of governments to create these sort of state. These UBER AUTHORITARIAN STATE SOCIALISTIC SAFE fascistic forms of government and they were going through play on people's fears in order to do that and they were gonna use this as an opportunity for power grab. I've been saying so many of my colleagues had been saying this that that's exactly what this has had nothing to do with actually saving you guys or anything of that nature just from a logical standpoint. The they were able to go in these hot boxes like Walmart and home. Depot has more foot traffic than they ever had an acting. As if this is gonNA stop any virus or anything of that nature and now. We're seeing that this sort of infected fatality rate is as low as like as as it actually is. You're just probably just as likely to die from driving home from work than you are from from this virus and yet they still are kicking. This can down the road so it's two different things it's to power grab of course they re figure that this is a way that they can sort of create heroes out of themselves and he rose out of these other occupations but they also they also could just use this as sort of this. This means to not prove that they had the egg on their face which they do at least a house on their face. You were wrong. You got it wrong from the get-go and what other way to try to figure out that you like sort of doing something to see like yeah. I'm trying to save these guys even though we kinda messed up. But look if I didn't do this. You know thinking about all the people that would have died so again they're creating heroes Out of themselves. But I really do question. I was talking to guess on a completely different show about New York City and their experience and he was talking about how that was the whole point. The whole point was to sort of grab this this this power and they are going to keep kicking the canned and they're setting these arbitrary rules that as far nobody they never had an exit strategy in the first place it was just shut everything down and we'll figure out it was never legitimate Exit Strategy but now. They sure they sure don't really know what they're even looking for. This is why they moved the post and went from flat curve to exterminate the virus in its entirety. When flat in the curve had absolutely nothing to do with that it always assumed that the number of people that were GONNA get virus. We're going to get the virus. The whole point was to spread it out over time now all of a sudden. It's about well you know you may people maybe get wait a minute. There might be a second way. No kidding y'all already assume that we had already assumed that. So why are we stopping You know the virus altogether. But that's the goalposts move and and that's the unfortunate thing is that a lot of people's livelihoods are put in question are completely derailed because these governors The state officials mayors. What have you congress? Vote are trying to get make this a show for themselves and make heroes out of themselves and other sorts of Occupation this was never about saving people contribute to this as well the ability to do this is that when a platform like Youtube says that anything that goes against the prevailing. Narrative is shutdown video. I saw the video removed talking about the two. The two doctors and I had the video completely removed like and that's never happened to me for. I've been doing youtube views. Sixteen years old. I'm thirty now. So that's what fourteen or so years I've been doing it. I got the video removed of never had this usually it's de Monte de monetize. I got it lately removed and they had seven days to try to appeal it. And I've never had that ever happened to me in that freaks. Me Out about this but you can you complete because when you do that. It's harder for people to get the counter narrative account information says. Hey maybe we can go out. Maybe what this governor is doing is not in your best interest and when we can't even get the opposite perspective into the conversation than that allows it to Egypt because much of the public is uninformed about what the actual situation is. They're only hearing some of the historical stuff that's going on on the news. Which again and I mean. I know I've said this in previous shows. But that's what's so dangerous about. I mean you're talking about a brand new virus that we are just now finding out information about you're not talking about the earth is round right. You're not talking about something that we've known for so long I might understand. I don't understand censorship but I might understand why you would say all right. The sciences settled there. But in my opinion scientists never settled which is why we have medications that all of a sudden go off the market because we find out that they're unsafe even though they've gone looks like this whole trust. The experts trust assizes slogan just like flattening curb and all the other slogans. They don't get anything because there's a debate happening among the size community right now. There has been since it all started as plenty of epidemiologist our like a lot. Why would you want to look like everything? And they'd be there long ago. Anybody who has an interest in this being resolved in the best way possible would want all the voices choices involved as. You're trying to shut down any boys that shows that your best interest is not as getting to the solution which springs up Aaron. I think that you wrote the blaze Dot Com The current buyers pandemic will not be controlled until two thirds of the population has unity. This was a report by the experts at the Center for Infect Infectious Disease Research and policy at the University of Minnesota. And they say guys we have to. We have to go out and get the virus and becoming scenarios and there's no scenario where we hide in our houses until it's gone and then come back out not like people who've got this wave that we're dealing with now we're going to have a big second wave or we're going to have some little continuous or whatever. The case may be until we go through the process of developing some sort of population immunity. This is still going to be a problem. And they're saying that could take up to two years. They could take longer if we keep locking down. All we're doing is extending the situation and so we need people to realize that we do have to face this. Ns smart way in a safe way with people who are able to handle it healthwise but we do have to get out there and we have to address it because there's no magic solution to where this thing just goes away even if we get a vaccine even that doesn't necessarily again this idea that's going around to people's heads at the vaccine is like boom. It's gone hundred. Everybody gets back seen immediately and nobody gets corona virus. All and I feel like right. And that's what I've been saying from the beginning is that now we have. We live in this bubble. We live in this. You know Society where we think that Western medicine solves all. And if we don't have a vaccine if we have a vaccine for it we feel safe right. We may not be but we feel safe. And if there's not a vaccine for it all of a sudden we might die. We've got shut entire families in our homes to make that we don't f anything we ever ever like that. And I WANNA be clear on that like we. And we've had you know sort of these sort of epidemics have that have happened Throughout the course of of human history over the last hundred years but for something like this I mean. Even if you didn't let's say trust the Chinese numbers though they say at the same deck thing South Korea Italy all these numbers that have come out. That was saying okay. Look there was. There's a discriminate I. It may be indiscriminate and in terms of if you can get it but it certainly discriminates at times. Oh how impact you asked me. What would that or elderly people like that that we knew that months ago. We knew that months ago and it didn't ever make sense to do this. Sort of indiscriminate lockdown all age and health status is even though we know what the facts show the facts had long show is not doing the antibody test which I've said the same thing New York City. La County all all of these different. Santa Clara County Miami. I think it just came out with one. Say the same thing manage things out there. As far as we didn't even know that how many people they had didn't even know they had with the problem. Is it's politically damaging to be able to go out and say all right people have to go get this virus so the politicians are protecting themselves by saying we've got to do whatever it takes for nobody to get the virus and that's just not reasonable. Well it certainly not not reasonable to put those expectations on all of your constituents who now are not going to understand that you're GONNA get the virus probably all right when we come back The trump approval numbers have flipped. They've actually reached record high among independence. I wonder if it has anything to do with all the stuff that we've just been talking about we'll get into that when we come back I've also seen all right. While Joe Biden still continues to maintain a solid lead over president trump in most national polls annonymous battleground states. With honestly I find so hard to believe but we do have to remember what happened in two thousand sixteen. You can't always trust the polling however Americans views on trump handling the job have reached. Some really really high points including among independents. Apparently the Gallup poll finds trump's over all job approval at forty nine percent which is the same as a march thirteenth pulled but it's higher Than the April first poll of forty three percent so most of the variation is approval rating among independence Forty seven percent of independence approve of the job. He is doing and That is ninety. Three percent of Republicans and eight percent of Democrats which who would've thought there would've been eight percent of the numbers that we could have pulled from the Democrats but it is very interesting because you see this out of time where we've just been talking about all of the craziness that's been going on right now because of the corona virus pandemic but you also have a mainstream media who is finding every single thing that they can to try to throw at the president. Make him look like he has not handled this well still in spite of that. It appears hopefully if you can trust this polling that perhaps independence are still coming to their own conclusions despite the mainstream media narrative. I wonder if some of the things that would make him more appealing in this to independence or Democrats or some of the things that conservatives might criticize him for which is the idea of how much he has been following. What Dr Pouches Dr Birch's said and you know when Georgia comes out and the governor comes out and says we're GONNA move forward this opening up being and then he throws him under the bus. I think some of those things are what Democrats and independence might want. Because they feel comfortable that okay. He's listening to the experts and he's not just going off his own instincts but that's the kind of thing that a lot of are looking at him like that's not what we want from you. That's not why we elected you. We elected you to hear what experts are saying and listen to that but also to do what might be the more difficult decision more unpopular decision. Because you know that's what people need. Which would maybe be to open up the economy and some of these places and to call for that even though it's going to sound on popular because we might see more infection number so. I wonder if that's kind of what's going on with the Independence and Democrats. Maybe looking at him saying Oh. He's doing what we want him to do. Because he's listening to the people that are comfortable with trump on entire deal So I don't know but then maybe that maybe that has something to do with it. I mean because he has adopted a more To me he hasn't been about opening. Obviously this kind of who we have in this talk about eastern right reopen and we will pass that longtime exactly. It's funny I saw Not to but I but I'm going to anyway I noticed that someone said You know they were thinking back to when Amy Klobuchar and Pete. Buddha judge had dropped out and it only happened a month ago which was weird because he had it pegged for like fourteen years ago. I'm like something by God. Not only to not long ago. It really does feel like days gone by extra slow but no. That's you know that's what it is. I mean it's to me. Unfortunately him taking the wrong positions having the wrong positions is going to gain him support To maybe again I don't know but maybe that's what is with the Independent. I hope that's not the case but that could very well be the case when you consider that there are a lot of people who believe there was some silly poll that was done Saying that eighty percent of people thought that it was too early to reopen So yeah like eighty eighty per now. Because I wasn't ever pulled -actly so so who knows how legitimate that is but I you know you can come to at least some sort of conclusion that there's a lot of individuals out there that would prefer that we remain any sort of restrictive like lockdown. Especially if they think that we're not supposed to get the virus exactly. Yeah absolutely so. I think that's the case and that's the hardest thing about being an actual leader. Is that like say you have to make the tough decision? You know what I mean and is it may be unpopular. You may not see it at that time. May Have to see it later. You know. See it coming to fruition but sometimes making the you know the the right decision is not going to be popular and I think he's made a lot of wrong decisions in this regard said a lot of wrong things. Let's thankfully we haven't had to sort of a complete like nationalistic lockdown. You know really. It's been just a bandwagon effect of states doing it So at least that hasn't been the case. But like you said throwing you know George Bush thinking always too early like that's the wrong thing to say but maybe that's what's getting him support. I hope this has Republican. Support is not going anywhere right. What are they going to do? He's got his base. He's got his boats and as long as he's putting out there just say what he says. He's not going to be able to step up to that podium. And then say something opposites politically to the main stream. The independence the undecideds. Whatever he kinda either has to follow whatever the doctors are saying or he's GonNa get killed for being anti science or whatever so he's he's in that tough position because of how this thing sets a public I mean of course then he gets killed for it anyway because he ponders about something you know while he's on microphone and everyone says he's telling people to inject I would suggest less pondering won't even open night. Oh my God all right before we go five major. Us airlines are going to require all passengers to wear masks I guess this was Ed Markey from Massachusetts Democrat. Ed Markey was kind of urging them to do this. He tweeted out. Every person who flies should be required to wear a master and in flight during Cova Nineteen. We cannot rely on individuals airlines policies So now instead of just the the airlines deciding that they want to do this for themselves. he is now demanding with Senator Blumenthal that The trump administration issued a nationwide wall to protect the crew passengers and the public go so far like airlines are already doing it. So it's Delta American united and Frontier and jet blue people don't WANNA see the market be the market. This is what they don't WanNa see. Because there's a lot of cases proved wrong talking to guess out of New York City about how you know certain companies. Where would voluntarily you know? Be Willing to use their own factories to create these different things That hospitals may may need you need some sort of What which was which Chuck Schumer was advocating. Hey we need to take over the factories and and And and so we can make these ventilators most of which they never used But you know th th th they don't WanNa see the market come to fruition however this is the scene as he set up and they actually have clout to make decisions like that when you pass these big bailouts for that industry and you give them money and now it's like well if you WANNA keep this money. You need to do what we what we need to Spain. That that's the thing. It's always been the danger if we've learned anything throughout this that private companies have the ability to step up and make good decisions in this situation in government is slow and unresponsive and wrong a lot of time and I don't know how you could come out of this looking like we want the government to be imposing these things versus. Let's all use our common sense that the CEO's of these companies do what they need to do. I don't have a problem with a company saying we're GONNA play. It seemed like just a prophet easy precaution to make. It'll make I don't I don't want to buy you know I'm not GonNa say that it's a bad thing I'll do it. You know maybe you guys. How many people touch their faces when they have masks? Nobody's wearing them right. I I'm saying to me that just that just creates more spread and more chance that they're gonNA they're touching their faces and then they're gonNA touch the magazine and gloves and masks is not exactly and I mean this is all passengers. I would love to know. Okay so are. Are you going to require a two year? Old To wear masks guarantee you you're GONNA create more. Germs spread by requiring children. To where we're not talking about. And we don't ever use that they keep finding that children are not transmitting this thing in the way that they thought and maybe we shouldn't close the schools and probably the worst. That's the worst thing that happened is closed down. I mean but never mind that but they were saying like you know. This is what kids do definitely would've virus like this. That's like not Harley impacting them. They should have. They would've would've way closer to this idea of immunity if they were just passing it around anyway. You know what I mean but that was like the worst thing that could have happened is probably a narrative that will get your video deleted off Utah and still the CDC is recommending that all schools go buy new guidelines lunch in their classrooms instead of in a cafeteria and Have SMALLER CLASSROOMS? All of these new guidelines. Even though we've got this evolving science tells us that that is completely unreasonable. All right we've got more to come. We ought to take a break back. I think this is going to the your heads are GonNa Explode with with this particular story. Jefferson County nine. One one dispatcher Heather Silk Chea. She discovered a message that was put under her windshield wiper of her car. From a neighbor we all know these neighbors. We all have them. We're finding out during this pandemic The note read. Please stay home. I noticed a few days a week. You leave home with your baby and return a short time later without it. Then I see. The man of the House arrived with the baby later in the afternoon while your vehicle hasn't moved all day. This leads me to believe that the kid is in daycare stop. I'm assuming that the man has an essential job since he's gone all day but if you are home there there's no reason for your child to be in daycare at a time like this goes on to just completely assume what this woman's situation is She actually works the Graveyard Shift for Jefferson County Again as a nine one one dispatcher. So I mean really how dare? She tried to get sleep during the day in the middle of the day So that she can go to her to feed this child that she has to send to daycare because she doesn't have a choice. I honestly if there's any good that comes out of this can we just shame. All of the Karens should have come out in this pandemic because I'm done with these people only like reading that note and it really describes like my house whole life pretty closely like I work from home most days. I take my kids to daycare. You know I go to the store. I'm not wearing a mask but most of my neighbors are out to like I see more people out now than before. Kinda hoping that people like this. Or maybe the minority. Because I'm seeing a lot more activity in the neighborhood because people are realizing. Hey if you go outside. It's not like virus. Fumes in the sky that you're going immune system is wall and you can inject well and also I mean we have seen just help your immune. I mean yes. It helps your immune system and we've known that for forever but they've also come out and said that the virus can handle the heat the worst thing for it. God forbid you go outside as well at least you didn't call the cops. I hope I don't ever come across people like this because I don't feel like I would be able to react in love and grace towards somebody who is being so presumptive about my life and all my business and just imagine the judge and say f anyone ever dared. Come up to me while I had my kid out on a walk or would you say by the way currently still open in my city. They're not closed on this show. We're going to know that you got arrested for her. And I don't WanNa say it probably so. This is so frustrating at those people out there like that that Look I've talked about this with these restrictions. It does not mean that you can't do what you WANNA do. So if you WANNA sit your silly behind in the house all day long cooped up whatever but don't force every that's a risk that they should be free to that woman ain't it ain't hurting you by having her we'll take a kid wherever they ain't got nothing to do with you if you're quarantining yourself you're fine Well maybe you think you are But that's fine. Let the person assume knows risk but the fact that there's so many people out there like that that are being. Yeah you said. Thankfully she didn't call the cost but there's people that are out there doing that type of stuff and calling cops on people And they're enforcing these sort of draconian nonsensical laws get citations arresting. People depending on what? What part of the country that you're in for this? I guess it's bringing out the worst out of these types of people and yeah they should be shamed to the oblivious putting citizens as putting please these situations where you're creating conflict you have some point going to boil over you're GonNa have fights God forbid you know you got a copy of the gun you might have somebody else with a gun. You don't know you don't want to create extra conflicts between people in police because you're calling cops on them because they're playing with their kids at the park or something like that. It's just it's dangerous. Which is a good point. It's also separating. I think the good police who are there to uphold their oath and the ones who are just there because they you know graduated from their muscle off soon too many videos man of These these look you know my position on this on the on the institution that they serve. And it's to me if anything. I think this should let definitely a lot of conservatives. See that a lot of them aren't on their side on this type of issue I know IT I. It sounds good that you know they're gonNA defend your beloved constitution. That's what they they're they're not there to Do these things but you you sing. A lot of these guys You know with the heads up there behind and doing a lot of bad things enforcing bad laws have absolutely nothing to do with actually saving people taking glee. Yeah Yeah exactly yeah. They're being really like condescending With it As well like yeah yeah. This is what I'm doing and they're taking pride in doing that if anything this is what I at. Oh all of this have hoped that a lot of people that there I said worship that institution. Look at that and just at at some point understand. What a lot of US definitely. Libertarians have been critical of. Is that you know because we have a lot of us seen first hand. I've seen it before. All this took place but now it's much in your face because I've had people reach out to museum young man. You were right you know you were a little right. This thankfully we do have social media now. People are recording these people doing these things like they just as much as you may think that you know those one or two cops that won't refuse to enforce these sorts of laws. Unfortunately there's a lot of them that absolutely will all right back in minute. The Video from yesterday's poll was in light of the responses to Joe Biden's sexual assault allegation who is the biggest. Hashtag METOO hypocrites Elicit Milano one. This one forty-five percent say Elissa Milano well-deserved icee followed by Hillary Clinton thirty one percent Cureton Gillibrand at a fourteen percent and Kamala Harris at nine percents. Today's question today's poll is after an abysmal. Week for Joe Biden. Will Democrats try to replace him before November? Yes or no. We'll try if they're not already trying because they should see the writing on the wall and maybe they should lean into this allegation stuff and trying to get him out somewhere because it's looking bad for him. Say Hillary Hillary listen. This is your chance this would be great in the man. This is your chance. Magin the American. What this show man. I want that show sill bad man with America. Burn true scary. Let's do it all right. Thanks for tuning in Thank you guys. We'll see all next week.

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Are we enduring this shutdown because you know so many people who have fallen because of De Covet Pandemic or are we having this shutdown because we've been told? That so many people have fallen as so many people have gotten sick from this pandemic, which is it. I know a handful. Of people who got to corona virus. None of the people I know died. Except, for the people who are like, what? Ninety, six, ninety, seven years, old I lost relatives some close ones they said because of the covered no actually was because they were in poor health even before the covert. I have talked to people who set today. New People who got sick Mikovic one person I spoke with recently said that he knows of two people who died from the covert. But we're talking about pandemics people are are are sick. We're talking about you know stuff that's hitting close to home I don't have too many of those do you. Do your friends your neighbors. The fact. The fact that the vast majority of Americans. And more specific specifically Arizonans. Have not met anyone who has tested positive for the virus. That's what the numbers are telling us. That's what our own experience is telling us despite these facts. We have members of the Teachers' union refusing to go back to work. We have businesses that should by any measure be back in business, but they are not. The most interesting thing though. That I've noticed lately is that more and more people have noticed that it's not really unsafe out there. I have noticed the inequality behind picking and win a winners and losers in the name of Covet. And a lot of folks are starting to wise up to the fact they. Wow. The water parks are closed but but but swimming pools at hotels and resorts are open. Wow the bars in hotels are open, but the bars you know in the in the district are closed. This growing realization appears to have started to come down the hysteria. We're no longer rushing to the supermarket to buy toilet paper. We're no longer going there day after day after day just to check the shelves to see if anything was delivered the hysteria. Is Dying down. As hard as the Democrats and the Teacher's Union and the media try to scare. Most of us are not scared any more. Most of us are not scared at all. In fact the only thing that scares us is the preview that we're getting a good glimpse of socialism right now. Would really scares us is the Dick Dettori of power that we have allowed for our elected officials the have. was really got people terrified is how the Democrats are doubling down on our misery in the hopes that we are going to change horses in the middle of a pandemic. What has US freaked out is disruption that the left has brought to our lives, not just these shutdowns but even in the fact that our kids. Can Go to school. This is not because of a pandemic when you stand back and you look at this, it truly is frightening. How? How a handful of people were able to hoodwink world leaders into shutting down? Their, economy. When we to try to peel back the onion to figure out why? We all must have WANNA talk about it. We don't want to be seen as those guys with the tin foil hats on our head. And yet when you strip everything else away. It seems like you. Now, at best we overreacted a media hype but then you gotTa figure, it was found out find out. It was not as bad as what we thought it was we will go back to normal. No. No. Our political leaders are not willing to let us go back to normal they may have an agenda. And their agenda. is to get. Back. Power. In November. And then have power reset in England and have power reset every place in the world. Where this people's Revolution took place. The old guard wants their applecarts turned back over and their apples put back in place. And they are willing to make your life miserable. Wait a minute they are willing. To even hold back medicines for those individuals who are getting sick with VIC, they're willing to sacrifice them. In order to reach their objective. It is. A. Very frightening thing we're seeing. Those various officials and politicals who tell us we need to trust science and trust the numbers well, specifically in the great state, of Arizona, the numbers released by the Arizona Department, of health. Are telling us. That we don't need to be shut down to their kids could be back in school. Snow. We need to ask the question why and we're in a national news again school canceled in Arizona area because after sick out. Over reopening. Why? Are. Why do we have? So many professionals. Who are willing to sacrifice their career and the education of our youth? We'll talk about that at six eighteen. Left. Listening to the conservative circus I am your ringmaster James here's. A Cup. Read a blog has. Done it again, they took the words right out of my mouth. Azt abandoned students again. And they have. The again will time. They abandoned us before it was a whole Red Fred. Movement. where? You had this little socialist kid. Leading this revolution in Arizona Screaming for calling for for more money. Beside the fact that. Governor Ducey already. Signed onto for twenty percent increase over three years red fred still were belligerent everybody out. Left everybody abandoned lifted children abandoned. Lawyer. Red Band down. there. They marched out they were into the tens of thousands as they marched down to the capital. Made, their demands left you hanging here we are again isn't that crazy two years later mass resignations teachers are occurring and to East, Valley, Public School districts in the wake of schools reopening during the covid nineteen years I got to say to those people who resigned good on you. Good for you. Spend. You resigned because you were afraid of of getting the virus you're afraid you know for your health. So you quit and you're GONNA stay. Sheltered in place in your home. Now here's the problem. You got a majority of parents and you have health officials that want schools students back at school. The teachers are not only objecting, but they're taking a permanent hike. Would this leave a big fat hole in the system? Isn't it? And according to the news other teachers plan to abandon classes in solidarity we're going to proud test. Is Solidarity. We will not allow you to open these doors on until well depends on what state you're in. Depending on state that's demands are are. In the bands are all over the place. You know and they have no problem with the fact that For students will fall further behind when it comes to to education when it comes to standards. We're doing all kinds of ridiculous things. This is no longer about competing with other countries with test scores and things like that. Now, the teachers say this is about survival. And you have some folks out there some conservatives out there who believed that the governor lower ducey Created the. Scenario. When he cave to the far left union teachers in the first place. When he caved into Red Fred. We could also put the legislature in that boat as well. But in the same way of that governor, Lord, Ducie was bullying the legislator today bullied him back then as well. Forcing them to well, they allowed him to force them to this all collusion isn't it? We don't have a separate bodies in the state that are doing their job. Ness part of the problem. Now this Seeing red easy they they. They reminded me of something. This is this was so amazing as h child I remember this. Wasn't that much of a child, but I was charlesdale younger. And this is back in nineteen eighty one. I was still in high school I had a high top fade. Yes. Ross I. Did I had how? High Top fade in in high school. This is what I had a really a comb over coleman straight out over my head if it rained by forehead would not get wet depending on. How much of the? pommie. Reagan. President Ronald. Reagan. was faced would-be air traffic controllers I. Remember this because my father was a union man my father was a Democrat Union man and the move that President Reagan made in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, one, it changed my Dad's like my dad's was so mad at Ronald. Reagan. So Mad. And they tried to instill with this but this this. Well. Love for the Union in this brotherhood and solidarity is took together for some reason. Maybe it's a generational thing. It just did not stick with me even as a teacher I had problems with the union but here's what Ronald Reagan did that set off my father and a whole bunch of other union members in Nineteen eighty-one one but we cannot compare labor management relations in the private sector with government. Government, cannot close down the assembly line. It has to provide without interruption the protective services which are governments reason for being. It was in recognition of this that the Congress passed a law. Forbidding strikes by government employees against the public safety. Let me read the solemn oath taken by each of these employees. Sworn Affidavit when they accepted their jobs. I am not participating in any strike against the government of the United States or any agency thereof. And I will not so participate while an employee of the government of the United States or any agency thereof. It is for this reason. That I must tell those who failed to report for duty this morning. They are in violation of the law. and. If they do not report for work within forty eight hours, they have forfeited their jobs and will be terminated. We're talking about air traffic controllers. Okay. These are the people that control the planes. Right? He fired him hey. He fired them. Even, as a kid, I'm like, wow. WOW president. Reagan, will series about that. Fired them. And then. They had to go about the job requiring I. Think the Governor Ducey I think that other school board superintendents. A Superintendent's Iran school superintendents. School boards ought to take the same action. You don't WanNa. Show up for work you're fired. You're fired at the kids are not getting educated. Anyway we'll just rebuild. That's what we should be doing got kicked out of another store I'll tell you about it at six thirty three. If, you're smartphones get a monitor, your every move. You might as well give it a healthy dose of conservative talk. Listen to news talk five, fifty kfi anytime anywhere on the free iheartradio, APP? You're are listening to the conservative circus. I, am the ring massive GMC heiress yes you might as well. Get a monitor. Your view by won't let them know you're a conservative talk more about that at the top of the hour also your chance to win one thousand dollars at the top of the hour got kicked out of another store. Over the weekend. And That led to another video some more video commentary. And so if you are listening to the conservative circus because you checked out them that commentary. Welcome. I'll come. This is where we infotainment you. This is where we talk about the issues of the day both local and national. And because we're such a media driven society today the two usually blend into one. The the mask mandates that are happening as things get better as I told you I mean the vast majority Americans and more specifically Arizona's. We look at the tested. And we're looking at the results were like, why are we close up? Why are we look? Isn't this great news? Instead of instead of things opening a set of us going back to normal no, we're being told we still have to stay the course. See. Originally, this is supposed to be a two week shut down to tap down the curve. We're heading into four months. against. Guess what the curve it's been tat down now there's there's other gold pulse. Other goalposts have come and gone have come then have been moved out. And we're looking at going on and we're like, well, what's what is the deal some walking into the store? and. Pick up a few items. That's kind of how I do these days I walk in and I walk out. Couldn't find one atom. So I had to ask for by Liberty help everybody stores masked up. Of course, they help is masked up. You helped me find my little items and then the next thing I know I mean less than a minute here comes the manager. So I figured it went over reported me. They they snatched. Manager, Kim over with a handful of masks. Zor had to you have to wear one of these mass going to have to ask you to leave why would I wanna put on that mask don't technically speaking you'll hear your hands are on the mask. That's not healthy. That's not protected me from the covet is Izzo. There was no reason to get into all this. There's no reason to 'cause you know talk about any health concerns on the kind of stuff it's come to this now. If you don't comply. You have to leave. And whereas. I used to have yields kind of stand up to it and push pushback against it. I don't I never get into a confrontation over things like this. This is a private business. Of course, they have the right to enforce this no shoes no service. Now, they just do a mask there. Okay. But was well sad to me is I mean this guy thought he was really doing something he was enforcing health policy. What. Really had just started to to weigh on is how so many people? That's exactly this is exactly what's going to happen. They're going to comply in order to do things that are necessary and I gotta tell. You. Would really concerns me as this is biblical. We're told that these days were coming. 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Now couple that would a federal and state tax credit and it's a no brainer go to sunny energy solar that sunny and dot solar scriptures the mark of the beast you're saying the masking trying to I'm not trying to read right scripture. I'm trying to tell you that for us to comply with this is going to get worse. So ready to late were there we listened to people who lied to us. They lied to us about how the impact of the corona virus is going to have on America. Not The world America they were talking about four, hundred, million, two, hundred, million. Four million to two million deaths. The scale back to four hundred or two, hundred thousand. It every time everything they've said to us has proven to be false and yet we still comply obediently. That's what I'm afraid of. We don't even question it. And those who do question it disappeared. Doctors who have different experiences doctor you know if we're dealing with a pandemic, you would think that it will be all hands on deck. We would accept any type of analysis from anybody. Oh. You have something been using that works. Let's take that and that's incorporated into what we're doing. But that's not what we're getting. As a matter of fact. Once we find out of the medication the medical options that do work. We have governors around the state around the country including the state of Arizona that will have an executive order banning that treatment what. Are We. Looking at. They're lying to us. So I, how do we deal with this? Will I don't know I think are just the the latest in a long string of lives we've been lied to so much especially in the last four years we relied to on Election Night Beck at twenty sixteen. We're sitting here watching the news a day up and they're talking about Hillary but double digit leads we were told that this was a no brainer. Throughout, the campaigns we were lied about Hillary Clinton's health. She's year hacking up a long. She's here trying to drink your drink a glass of water near lung falls into A and we get light about that began lied to. And I think what we're watching right now is just another in the line of lies. If you paid attention over the weekend you know these are what it is because Ross tell people not to pay attention to the news over the weekend. We say on Monday we're GONNA come back here we're going to talk about it. And we do. But there was much. That happened over the weekend. My goodness. My gracious at six forty eight regard to have my producer. Lil Ross Week. Rap. Not Too many host the president's drive at Number Sean. Hannity does catch a this afternoon from one until four on five, fifty KFI and on FM Ninety Five, twenty, five, hd two. You're listening to the conservative circus I. Am Your Ringmaster J team era so much going on over the we get our mandate to you don't watch enjoy your family enjoy your friends enjoy your life is no reason to be frustrated or thrilled or whatever you know when it comes to politics news on the weekend because we've got you. We have got you and part of that getting got. Is checking out the the wraps of my producer Lil Ross Larosa. How much? That jet pack in for this weekend, you know as per usual Donald Trump was all over this weekend but for very specific reasons on two different fronts but as per usual news bat as always over the weekend. So if you missed, we're ready for you. So let's drop it like it's hot. Lil Ross. They're awesome claims that the US PS of some dangerous changes. The Democrats demand enters set for exchanges. Brother Robert Dies cats seven one too loud bass test for the virus day of Com Joe Biden getting ready the DNC meanwhile trump on snowden he will see Iowa had a storm called direct show. It has the ability to pull the walls of. TIKTOK has a robbery and its name is driller from point it to showcase. The is to of Thrilla. Why Okay, you packed it in Iran. You packed it in there. Yeah. That storm Iowa. I mean it's like they call it like a hurricane flattened corn if Latin. Barnes Silo decided took out one third of the crop. In Iowa direct show. It's actually a Spanish term. It's. It's basically just another type of storm I never heard of that before what about this fire tornado talking about the watch out for California. The Hell is going on have to do with all the fact that they've had all those wildfires and then on top of that, they're having increased winds. So it's turning into that fire tunnel kind of thing. Yeah. So there are a little a little dust devils here you. Imagine just being like a the size of a hurricane or tornado and that fire just. California's going to hell. For is for that and other is we're GONNA talk about this controversy with the US mail on today's show a but this this whole and of course, we're going to talk about the president of brother dying in in despicable media response liberal response to that but pardoning snowden that's very interesting Ross. All of a sudden snowden is back in the in the limelight and they're talking about the possible presidential pardons. Someone asks me over the weekend what I thought about Snowden? And I had to be honest I don't know. I mean he used to work for clapper. he's done some some dastardly things, but he's also done some very good things that we would not now as much as we do about the corruption that exists in Washington? DC. And at the time with the Clinton campaign of we didn't have. A snowden if we didn't have Julian assange and we didn't have a wikileaks. It's also curious that the pardoning of Snowden has coming up right now because over the weekend was another huge story that came out of nowhere. And that was when you had a conservative journalist. WHO ended up getting arrested for seemingly no charges. She and her husband and her two children were given up the child services what? Does she had a four year old in a in a six-month-old will what could she have done? To to warranted sheriff's coming to her house and arresting her on a secret war it. Now. When you couple that with the fact that we have people protesting in the streets, we have people who are rioting industries and they don't get arrested or if they do get arrested, they immediately released the not being charged with the with anything what's going on? With I'll tell you what? This is so so crazy. That, we can reach back to maxine waters back in twenty. This twenty fifteen she was on the Roland Martin Shell. And as she was trying to a Lucy, the problem was told maxine waters too much. She should not have known about this because you know loose lips sink ships but she was one of the first ones to give us a heads up on the intelligence operation being. Run out of the Obama White House, the inauguration represented the beginning of his second term but it also represented the countdown at the end of his presidency and the reality is like anything else you better get what you can while they're because look come twenty sixteen that's it. Well, you know I don't know and I think some people are missing something here. The president has put in place. An organization that contains the kind of database that no one has ever seen before in life that's going to be very, very powerful and who are the organizing for America that he's now shipping you become a five. Oh, one C. Four right now, and that database will have information about everything on every individual in ways that it's never been done before and whoever runs for president on the Democratic ticket have to deal with that they're going to have to go down with that database. That was frightening at the time but now we found out even more rolling Barton said, this is the fiber once he? No no actually it was not that it was something called prism. We're GONNA. Talk about that at seven o'clock Amer GonNa Talk About Millie Weavers Arrest, what they have in common with they have connection. A conservative journalists is in jail and her documentary has been vanished. Gentlemen Children of all ages. To conservative circus. Harris millennial. I should say merely weaver she's widely known as Millennial Milli. Twenty nine year old conservative new media video and print journalists. She has a large following online was arrested in her home. In Ohio on Friday she's a to appear in court today will what were the charges? Why was she arrested? Well, A, we don't know yet. All, we do know that. She was served a secret indictment. She videotaped. Well. What is this I don't know where we have to bring you win. Ma'am. Breasts in her, they arrested her her husband boyfriend. Whatever s she has two kids my. There in the child custody what is going on over the weekend I posted a the documentary it came out by one of the whistle blowers. It was on Youtube. It was called shadow gate, and if you didn't see it I, put it right there in the title I posted a a we had a KFYI DOT com. Put in the title if you. If you don't see this now you're gonNA. Miss It. Sure enough by Sunday it was gone but not before it clocked one point four million views. I had some folks take a look at it with me and we all had the same kind of conclusion. It was very, very kind of frightening I mean we know some of the names in the news we know James Clapper we know James Komi we've been following the coup to overthrow. President. Trump's administration. But there were other names involved in this. Names that will be familiar to you as well names that are all over the media matter of fact, they are the media. And what we got from this from this shadow gate from this one hour twenty minute documentary were or a milly. Milly. Weaver connecting the dots with some whistle blowers. And these whistle blowers worked in. The shadow government. I know it sounds crazy. But what a coincidence that right before it comes out of the person who put together gets arrested and what a coincidence that forty, eight hours the she's arrested, her work has been vanished. However, we do have the that was a minute one, a minute or two minute intro into this documentary called Shadow. Get I. Want you to hear piece of it simple that work for John. Brennan approached me while I was in my specialist training in the navy our. National. Security Adviser General James, Jones for about eight years for the development of social media psychological warfare talking about military grade psychological warfare weapons being used on American citizens for by American taxpayers I as a contractor for various intelligence agencies. Our intelligence doesn't stay within our borders or within federal buildings for Psychological Operations Group had no idea that we were going to take in their year's worth of work that they paid us to do, and we kept the intellectual property rights to it. and. Re marketed brain commercially. As the shadow. So these guys they're working on a project we're working for the government. They develop this thing that is very, very special. But instead of like turn it over to the government. The government allows him. To, turn it over to private businesses and what it is I mean they ran out of we're being told by this documentary that it has been used. It has been used in not foreign elections, not only four elections, but American elections they it sounds very. Familiar to what maxine waters was talking about well, that shows up in here as well. The whole prism platform, the prism organization. This is crazy stuff. The material presented in this documentary documentary should concern all people should we should concern Republicans or Democrats because what they're arguing is at a certain level in Washington DC, there is no put Republican there is no Democrat. There's just the establishment where have you heard that before? This documentary was about the Rio players. Whose names never come up, but they should. This documentary about the the corrupt career politicians. And the beltway swamp. And aspects of the deep state. But this argument documents documentaries making the argument that they're not really the shadow government nano now. There's two whistleblowers that talk about the shadow government is contractors. Contractors. Who are part of the powder to the military complex just keeping this whole thing going. To hurt the name names you're like, oh my gosh, that's my state Senator Oh. My Gosh. That TV personality I know when I like. Now, again. I also showed it to some friends who reside on the left side of the aisle. and. A few of them were kind of freaked out because again if you if you are been around long enough, you've been paying attention, you understand that oh my goodness at a certain point. Yes. This is why they don't like president trump. He turned over the Apple Cart. He's not a part of that group of part of that crew to the point where they wanted to. Sabotage. His election sabotage his administration. Oh it's very, very interesting. It was a very fascinating, very thought provoking documentary, and now it is gone in the same way where we have doctors who stand up and talk about hydro hydrochloric. Win. And how you do that and use zinc, you can deal with the corona virus. Their videos are taken down in the same way. Conservatives are finding. They don't have free speech on certain platforms. The difference. Between. This. And the other censorship that goes on is this is frightening because both this woman and her husband were mysteriously arrested and charged with all kinds of stop and you know what I think is supposed to be going on right now and I'm going to try to keep my eye out folks keep an eye out to see what these charges are. But. The timing of the whole thing was crazy and it's one of those things that happened over the weekend and I was like hey. If you don't see this now. Not, going to to see it. I do have some articles still up on this. If you go to our, go to our blog page KFYI DOT COM. That is the latest posting. I do believe and if it resurfaces somewhere, we'll try to grab it for you but just know that I don't think the deep state as I call them I don't think the powers that be are going to be able to keep this and other information that's coming out through the Horowitz investigation. They're not going to be able to keep a lid on it that does not mean that people are going to jail I still. I'm. That remains to be seen, but but the secret is out one of the people they talked about had a A. Prominent What do we call this rant? We can call nothing else butter ran on television that took place. Last Friday, you're GonNa talk about that at seven eighteen. This to the conservative circus I am your ringmaster. James t Harrison just found another copy of Of. The Shadow Gate that has been released are just put it on our blog. So if you WANNA check out with I was talking about in the last segment, just go to kfyi Dot Com who knows how long that is going to be there. The simple fact of the matter is we used to have a platform, these platforms, these social media platforms it was it was like the wild west. It was all about getting your ideas out there and getting your ideas checked. We're finding out now that that was just like a a hook to that was lord to Hook you in. But once you've joined these platforms. Now, all of a sudden you're you're trapped in. Taking your information. And they're sending it up not to other government organizations but to other other private industry and we talked about this actually with Christine Jones formerly of go daddy about a year and a half ago. We put a video out on that on how to monitor what facebook is doing with your information that is still up I did posted reports that recently. And it was very frightening back then as even more frightening. Now, as you have some people who are trying to get to the bottom of what happened to president trump what happened with the sabotage with his administration who's tied into it, and they've only started to name names, and now nine only have their videos been disappeared but so they. Wanted the people that were talked about. In the video among Fox people among us at in. Officials. was. A Mika Brzezinski Mika Brzezinski whose father worked in the Carter, administration. As she said, the part of the project MOCKINGBIRD. The, no brain. Her father was intelligence not to say that meek was intelligent. Is At influencers she not. I think the morning Joe is the most watched morning show in. Washington DC or at least among the insiders everybody who's somebody watches the morning. Joe. So when tuned in on Friday In her this, what must they thought? There's clear disdain that I have for this president. But look at the facts look at how he's worn us down from his paid off porn-star rush allies to racism Charlottesville racism across the board children in cages stopped taking everything that Meek Brzezinski just said, right? There is a provable lie. It was not the old trump administration that put children in cages. It was the Obama Administration. Charlottesville? CHARLOTTESVILLE or they're trying to say that president trump that there were people on both sides dad did not happen and that is provable. Awareness Down no actually is the media that has worn us down with this continuous lying every single day. Everything she said thus far. Is A lie. which begs the question why are they purposefully lying to the American people I mean, why? After lie after lie conspiracy theories, our country right now is really at a breaking point if we don't find a way to hold this president accountable with his attempts to undermine the post office and so. Here's A. Parent negligence perhaps purposeful on saving the American people's lives in this pandemic. This is amazing because again, the pulse office, we're GonNa talk about that a little bit further and this show this story broke on Friday. The president trump is trying to shut down the post office. So we can have mellon ballots. This is all everything Mika Brzezinski is talking about here. Is Fake News that has been orchestrated by by someone on the left or maybe somebody in the deep state but she unwittingly gave you a chronicle of all the things that they blame president trump of that he has not done. On saving the American people's lives in this pandemic, you are pathetic any at this point with his calamitous corona virus leadership. It's killing Americans every day she could be keeping people alive. He's choosing not to wow accusing the president of killing people doing covert. Now, mind you the numbers show. That extraordinary low amount of America's Diet especially compared to the to the yearly flu. He'll be kinda now know who covert really profoundly effects and we also know that the action of some governors. Exasperated, that problem. But no. No. No Makeup Brzezinski is latest right at the feet of the president blaming him for for not managing the covert crisis in a respectable way every day this president looks more ridiculous. Clothes. Fall off what Mitch McConnell wakeup stunned. Now every day is president looks more ridiculous. The the clothes fall off Mitch McConnell you're the leader of the Senate wakeup. Let me just talk about this for a moment if the clothes are falling off of anything. Is Joe Biden. If anybody looks ridiculous is Joe Biden and those who are managing his campaign. I if this is the reason why a Joe Biden and president trump will never debate. This is why they don't even allow for Joe Biden Questions Meka Brzezinski is still project day wake up and smell the coffee. Don't you see you want to hold onto the set you can have nothing at the rate you're going at the right you're letting him. Go can't you see what is happening? I know you have a lot of special interests in your state and maybe money coming in from Russia and interests, your wife Works and the administration wake up wake up. It's not about losing the Senate. We're losing much more than the Senate. You can be sure that you will never see me on fifth avenue ever. Maker Brzezinski has blown gasket. And she's in doing. So in the same way, she said, remember she said back in the day you know it's the he is skipping over our job. He's taking our jobs our job to tell the people what to think. She's done it again. and. She tipped how the establishment has utterly failed in controlling this president and now there's even more missions out there. That they can't protect Joe, the cat is out of the bag. The media cannot protect protect Joe Biden. We'll talk about that. At seven, thirty three. Rightly here this morning at nine fifty on five fifty K. of why I don FM Ninety five point five hd to. Get Ma. You are listening to the conservative circus. I am your master James Harris today the DNC starting in Milwaukee Wisconsin will sort of. they decided not to have the convention in place. The. Convention. is going to be virtual. And we will have speeches from a various influential. Democrats from from Michelle Obama to ANC only gave see one minute to speak though. One. Minute That's it. One Minute to you on spill the Socialist DRAC and then she has to exit stage left actually she's that exiting all because all videotaped. But this is starting to called. The problem because people are looking at this and like. They sure are the Biden, Camps Scher. They sure are taken advantage of this cove. They're the ones that are saying it's a lockdown. They're the ones that are going around a say we can't vote in public. They're the ones that are selling the pandemic of the hardest the loudest because he works in their favor. But this DNC convention. It really is starting to look like a bunch of smoke and mirrors and Steve Courts. Tends to agree with me we are really flooding his own taking our message to the American people were all over the Sunday shows both campaign folks as well as the president himself while Joe Biden, and all of his surrogates have chosen to ignore the Sunday shows on the eve of their convention and I have no doubt by the way when we see their convention that going to be quite a show, I really call it the wizard of Oz convention because there will be a lot of Hollywood glitz and showmanship. But if you look behind the curtain, there's a feeble and corrupt man behind their. A. Feeble incorrupt man. Behind the curtain what a great analogy. He's calling the the. Convention, the wizard of Oz. The Great Oz. No. Actually is a he's a feeble man hiding behind the curtain and that is exactly what we see going on. With the DNC we see going on with the Democrat Party. We have Joe Biden who is very, very feeble and he's trying to fool us. He's he's trying to act like he's the great wizard demand. Who knows it all? Brick. withdrew. took. The yellow brick road to Milwaukee. And when they get there, they'll see there's nothing there. There's nothing there smoke and mirror and thunder. Be Biden's staffer. Whose job is to keep the Biden the keep Kamala Harris from receiving any questions whatsoever you know what? Was Cortez Cortez brought up a great point. This is like the Sunday before convention starts and not one person from the Biden campaign. Win on the Sunday morning shows not one usually that's when you make the rounds on the Sunday morning shows. Exciting people hype for the Convention now, no not only was Biden. Not on a Kamala Harris was not on not one surrogate that is strange. That's weird. That's unprecedented. Not only that but the buying staffers are shooing away reports who had any questions whatsoever. On. The running me from running. On signing this Zion in this race to win and with that Guy Right there and we're going to get it done. One thing look. Come on guys come on. Come. Out. That Gill. Net? Nothing there. It's so bad that even Brian stelter from C.. N. N.. Is. Noticing they. You know what? What is going on with the press not being able to do their job with the body and here's here's trump you know calling into Fox News giving an interview to sinclair this week holding briefings Biden on the other hand he's having very formal events giving speeches. They're perfectly executed from a campaign point of view, but the press is asked to leave the room. We've barely get to ask any questions, Abidin these days I understand it is savvy campaign strategy to keep them away from questioners John Harris don't they have to have A press conference are they going to just get pounded by both the trump campaign and by reporters Brian make the presidential candidate more sensible. I understand this is a savvy campaign strategy to keep the keep the diminishing Joe Biden out of the camera to keep them away from question. This is savvy because the numbers show that the longer he stays in the basement that better he does out. Thank you Brian Stelter for understanding but you know what? What about your concern? What about the fact that you know what you guys are trying to elect somebody who's not mentally capable? To be commander in chief. Does that bother you at all I? Think this is increasingly becoming an issue. Among. The press corps and among political insiders, and it's an issue that the trump campaign officials are also using against Biden saying that he's not willing to sit down for extended interviews. He has certainly been in a quieter period lately. I think now that we're entering the fourth inning of this. Very very long game this presidential campaign. I certainly hope that Biden is more accessible to press but it's also a false Oakland's being drawn between. Biden. Mostly just a holding speech is not having press conferences versus trump who is very accessible who does give interviews and press conferences. Yeah. He very except accessible does give answers impressed conferences and is usually the last man standing in those pressures. Yet you WANNA stay he's trying to hide something press president trump is the most transparent president we've had in this country's history. And look WHO's trying to hide stuff. Between the Democrats Schilling for Biden and the never trumpers. Well, the never trumpers they're making fools of themselves. We're GONNA talk about that. At seven, forty, eight. Still The best listened today dad on five, Fifty Kfyi and on FM at ninety, five, eight, five, hd two. You're are listening to conservative circus. I am the ringmaster James Harris. Giant case it. Never trumpers. What are the last man standing twenty sixteen it came down to Donald Trump. Ted Cruz. And John Casick. Member when Ted Cruz John. Casey. We're GONNA try to form a coalition to be able to. Defeat Donald Trump didn't work out. That did not work out. And you know. Since that day John Casick is never gotten his mind back never gotten it back. To this salad chopper because when he used to debate, he would like chocolate his hands try to emphasize the points he was chopping. He. Is A never-trumper and he has a visceral dislike disdain for president. Trump. Most of the establishment politicians do because president trump has overturned the applecart. A president trump is sort of like kind of like how Jesus was in the temple when overturned the money tables no see I can see the look on your face. I am not saying that he is Jesus I'm just saying like you know how Jesus winning a turnover, the money tables and got the got the PHARISEE. So upset with him that they wanted to take him out that's was happening with President trump he's turned over the apple cart. DOPP messing with me. You'RE GONNA get me in trouble with the question folks out there. That saying that trump is wholly. Not Saying. He's a man of God I. Think He's God's Mando. and. We know this because in the Democrat's yield, they're accepting the never trumpers into their miss here. Tonight, you have John Casick, he's scheduled to speak at the D. NC conference. He's scheduled to speak their. How is this even possible? When back in two thousand, twelve, John Casick said this about Joe Biden but Joe Biden told me that he was a good golfer and I golf with Joe Biden and I can tell you that's not true as well as all the other things that he says oh Oh John. CASICK said the Joe Biden is a liar not about golf, but about at braid thing. As a two, thousand twelve. Is it the conviction. You See. This. Case It was speaking on behalf of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. Up there lie and he's saying that you know say Joe Biden's I think maybe he was telling the truth back there. But tonight while we have to wait and see what he says, do you think John Kasich is going to be prerecorded for the DNC saying know by the liar he lied about his golf game you lied about everything else do I doubt it. I. Doubt it. We're going to talk about the mail in ballot controversy at the top of the hour just know this. As of right now. Mitt Romney does not see. A male in by a ballot crises do you share the president's concern? The voting by mail may increase voter fraud I. I don't know of any evidence that voting by mail would increase. Voter Fraud Stop. Well. You hear about what happened in New York City of Mitt Romney. Did you hear about what happened in other cities around the country? How has been a debacle now? Even, if he did, it would matter why because Mitt Romney is a hater but. My. My biggest concern frankly with regrets devoted fraud has been that there would be some kind of hacking of our voting electronic systems. And that voting machines or tabulating equipment would be hacked either by an American or packed by a foreign entity there have been efforts to do so in the past by but I would prefer US providing additional funds to states that don't have as effective voting systems as we do here and Utah for voting by Mail T. C., he's so twenty sixteen with the hacking of the machines. The hacking of the machines was, that's the big concern to win sixteen. It turns out that these should have been more concerned about coming up with some kind of program that would inspire people instead of just going on the I hate Obama cashcall. Yeah. Maybe should have been more forceful into debates while he was fraudulent you have you ever heard of have you ever heard Mitt Romney Complain About Candy Crowley and the Obama moment never. See. That's how you know. They're all part of the swamp the deep state. We're GonNa Talk Mail in ballots. There's some states that already have it. After twenty years they worked out some kinks still having problems but yet the Democrats trying to rush it into place right now in time for. The fault. The November. Elections. That's going to be that's going to be at seven three. Why is Nancy Pelosi flying back to DC? Well, we have a male in Boning Rice S. Ladies and gentlemen children of all ages. John to do. Certain. TV address crowds of people, protesters, blowing their horns, banging pots, and pans. y'All showed up outside the Washington. DC Home of Postmaster General Louis the joy. Did this Saturday morning? The accused the agency head of attempting to sabotage the twenty twenty election in favor of President Donald Trump. The activist group Shutdown C. took credit for organizing the protests. It said that they had delivered democracy to the postmaster. Now all the joy was one of president. Trump's big downers. He he's also headed the US Postal Service. He's dismantling it of mass mail voting. That's what he's being accused of dismantling it. What was kind of funny about the whole situation? Is there all protesting in front of his house? All you'll smashed in together banging their their pots pans and stuff like that. They were protesting in person. For the right to mail in their ballots because they're afraid of the Cova you see they don't WanNa wait in line invoke. Vote. So what did they do? They poured out into the streets. To protest voting in person does anyone see the hit pop rough? Say Because that's what it is. You Have Nancy. Pelosi. She's flying back she. No, she can't have session. It's too dangerous Abba Session of the tried to put together in relief for the American people with the covert bailout bill. But she can cancel August recess and fly back to Washington DC the try to put some safeguards in place for the post office. The netting I should say. This is another manufactured crisis manufactured hysteria over. Mail delivery. How do we know this really isn't a problem well, primarily because Barack Hussein Obama when he was president. told us the truth about the post office if you think about it UPS and Fedex are doing just fine. Right? They know are I've had a Post Office that's always having problems. You See. That dastardly donald trump he's added again. He's either the evil us man ever to hold the office of President or the dumbest. He is either a machiavellian genius manipulating the media and his hypnotized followers or a bumbling no nut thing idiot. You got the Democrats right now. Accusing President trump of sabotaging the November elections because he won't give the postal unions and incompetent managers in the postal service what twenty five billion dollars to play with twenty, five, billion with a B. C that's how much money is going to take to stave off this catastrophe. That's how money how much money is going to take. To make sure we have sure and safe elections. So say to dance without that money. We are informed by those in the know thousands, tens of thousands. No millions of voters who wait until the last minute to mail in their absentee ballots might not have their votes counted because well, orange man bad. procrastinators of America Unite. You have only your votes. Oh we got another crisis. A crises in postal delivery. Now that presupposes that prior to President Trump's shenanigans that the US ps was doing fine where they know just heard from. Obama. We just heard from Obama. The Post Office is always having problems and because of that, why would you trust the post office? To deliver relection election results it's asinine. Unless. Unless you want the debacle. things that make you go There's another. Conspiracy out there check this out. A gave you one last week. See the Democrats want a Kamala Harris to be you know the VP because once you get into office, then you know the Democrats will say the Twenty Fifth Amendment 'cause job is not ready, but then wait a minute come on here is she's not eligible. So then Nancy Pelosi steps in number that we blew that one apart because we said yeah. Come on here is eligible. But this week is another one. This is pretty interesting. As pretty interesting because my our sense Jeff Burch, we discussed this and one of our constitution conversations we got a bet going on right now if you if you download the free iheartradio APP, you'll hear about the bet that's going on between the yours truly and Jeff. I said, we're going to have the elections and and president trump's going to win but you know what? Jeff Says L.. I'm an predicting chaos. What do you mean? Will See this Mel dobacco falls into what he's predicting. What happens. If, we don't have a clear cut winner on. Election night. What happens because of male imbalanced screw up the we have to wait for for days for weeks for months. Before we have declared winner. Why young according to the Constitution If. We have that type of stalemate where we don't know. WHO DECLARE CUT winner is Gas Who becomes the interim? President of the United States That's right. See the look on my producers face. Nancy Pelosi. And now we know why Nancy Pelosi is high telling it back to Washington DC to foment chaos. Chaos nothing says crisis in Washington, quite like pulling politicians away from their campaigns for a political stunt like holding an emergency session of Congress. We have to get to the bottom of this male controversy. And, of course, the media they're doing their part to fan the flames of crises. Check out these headlines. USPS Removes Mail Collection Boxes and reduces post office hours as critics accused trump administration of voter suppression that CNN. Trump's assault on the US. Postal Service gives Democrats a new campaign message. That's The Washington Post. Postal crisis rippled across nation as election looms. That's The New York Times. Exclusive. UPS FEDEX worn they cannot carry ballots like us, postal service. That's Reuters. See waiters, headlines, Kinda hysterical. The ups and Fedex are not supposed to carry ballots. The hurt the US Postal Service. But it does jen up the outrage doesn't it? This is not quite a nothing burger, but you know what Mellon there's there's the mail in voting crisis. Nobody has to vote by mail go get line the way you do when you go to the grocery store that's the answer to this. Get in line. This is trumped up but now we see what they want to do with us. We could see the writing on the wall. The problem here is the ticket the by to cancel herself. Comma Harris's to fake to be taken seriously we'll talk about that. At. Eighteen. You're listening to the conservative circus. I am your ringmaster James t Harris. We're being told. that. Joe Biden's pick of Kamala Harris. Has Energized the. Black community. where Where this is part of the. Part of the lives more lies that we are being told, what's incredible is how much of this pick has Dampened enthusiasm for the Biden ticket. and. The problem is because we've seen too much. You can't lie to US I mean just a few years ago when Kamala Harris became senator of the headlines were history-making first Indian American. Representative in the Senate. Now, all of a sudden they're trying to say is the first. African America and Aviv on Vice President ticket I'm. Sorry. It's not working. And The fact that you had Joe Biden they put out the crime bill that resulted in so many Americans of African descent being prosecuted of being in jail and Kamala Harris was the prosecutor that use that crime built incarcerate black folks while they've stopped flying it's just not flying. But when you look at the media. And you look at the elites, of course, they're out singing her praises. They're talking about how much she has changed. This is more of the lies. The problem is the lies just are not resonating I think what surprised me the most is just Kinda overal was you could really tell how much she's evolved as a political athletes. Her candidacy for president a year ago you know this is somebody who was forceful she you know the way that she talked about the. Of voting telling people to literally jump over whatever obstacles were in a way to get to the ballot box in November, how she was able to track her historic candidacy to you know as vice president to the historic suffrage centennial I mean this is not really a the Caramel Harris that I think a lot of the voters necessarily got to see a year ago, but it is the Carmela Harris that a lot of voters are going to be introduced to headed into the general election. Couple of is the did she say she was a political athlete? A political athlete who developed now she's hurdling. She's hurtling issues. Wow Wow No actually she has not evolved very much a sense. She threw a hat into the ring. And nor hever numbers. What does she finish at a jeep? She quit right before they had the Caucasus in her primaries in our own state. I don't believe she rolled above six or seven percent. What in the world are these people talking about wilder? They're building a narrative they're lying in order to build a narrative. Their problem is they have a Democrat who was turned on them. His name is Leo Terell. He's also in the media and not only is he saying that Kamala Harris is affirmative action pick. He goes further to say what this is to do why the Democrats did this what they hope to get out of it for Biden, the problem is very simple. Kamala Harris was pick for the wrong reasons Kamala Harris was picked as a way to insulate Joe Biden from racism. Joe By trae has been a person who said wait. Hey. If you don't vote for me, you ain't black. Black people think the same way my point is simply this mia. Love Tim Scott Bay were picked on merit. This country is about merit. Kamla here is affirmative action selection to insulate Joe Biden about the racist attitudes he's half for the last forty years. They're trying to cover that up. In a sane world of you're to cues somebody of racism, you should have it in your pass. About Joe Biden he doesn't he he has racist incident as a racist incident after racist incident. Stacking, up this part of his portfolio part of his his platform and they brought Kamala Harrison to mitigate but it's not going to work. It's not going to work. She couldn't even handle. A lighthearted interview from Stephen Core. Core Quebec. He has a great question to she couldn't handle it because in those debates, you landed haymakers on Joe Biden I. Mean they were his teeth were like chocolates all over the stage, and now I believe you that your fully supportive of him how does that transition happen? How do you go from being such a passionate opponent on such bedrock principles for you? And now. You guys seem to be. Pals. It was a debate. and not everybody landed punches like you did though. Upbeat. So, you don't mean it ridiculous. That the whole reason literally, it was intimate. I understand. The debate. Jammed that they're covering the debate where there would be a debate. The debate I. You. He. Could not answer the question. and. Here's the problem. A lot of folks are seem the hypocrisy of this. How could you take down Joe Biden in a way that you did and then have Joe Biden. When he says this is going to be my vp pick all he was she was such great friends with my son my son was a prosecutor and so was Kamala Harris and they got along so well, it was like family well, you know family doesn't tend to do that. in a loving way. To to someone that they care about she destroyed him. Kobe was right. She destroyed him and now she wants to air was a debate. What about what you charge them with is not flying this is not working well, because everybody knows that Kamala Harris can't be taken seriously she is a fake, and now the media's also starting to recognize in little bits here and there at the Democrats are in trouble, we'll talk about that eight thirty three. Nuts that's why we love run this morning Tampon five, Fifty Kfi and on FM Ninety, five, point five, hd two. You are listening to the conservative circus. I. Your ringmaster. James G. We've got all kinds of controversy swirling mail in ballots. We've got the DNC starting today. We still have the protests going on We still have all kinds of of issues with violence happening in our country and the question is. Is the media starting to come around to it? Are The media is the media? Are they ever going to to report the truth? Well, the answer that question is really no, but. Things are so agree GIS they really can't hide them anymore. You have You have a a CNN, the reporting on the mail in ballots in reporting on old to Kinda Aknowledge, the fact that you know. Things if we get this mail in ballot and it happens, there's going to be some chaos people just can't. Adapt. You can't see the the post office adapting to this in the amount of time that we have left before. The. Elections. In Chris Wallace. who kind of leans left on Fox News he he's the first one point. Now you know what? Maybe president trump as appoint president trump once again, warning about the dangers of nationwide mail in voting in this election I know the Democrats say that that President Trump is trying to block mail in voting and trying to block billions of dollars more for the Postal Service in order to suppress voting in this election but. Hear me out for a minute. Isn't it possible that the president has a point here I mentioned earlier there were thirty, three, million, either absentee. Ballots and twenty sixteen if we have double that or triple bad. Isn't there a pretty good chance that we will have a mess at the least and yes, possibly fraud. Isn't that a mess at least impossibly fraud And of course, who I just gave you that one theory if we end up having. A mass that could delay the whole thing, and then we can get a fraudulent. Outcome and which Nancy Pelosi would be able to take over his third in line because of. Nafta decision conspiracy conspiracy. But it is out there. Chris. Christie. who was his hat into the Ring Twenty sixteen he's one of the early wants to get out was do believe he was. And became a backer up president trump. said that he he's crying foul here and he's bringing up something that is so very obvious. I can tell you in New Jersey, we had to wait nearly four weeks to find out who are Republican nominee for the United States. Senate was for this election. When in fact, there was a fraction of the votes cast in that primary will be cast in the general election in the fall and also tell you this you're the idea of using the pandemic as. An excuse for this in our home, my home state of New Jersey. We still had people waiting in line six, seven, eight hours at motor vehicle to get licenses and registrations and license plates are governors permitting that but somehow stand in line to vote is much too dangerous but standing in line that the motor vehicle is okay on the seems to be we have our priorities backwards in that regard these new. Jersey and other states that are trying to do the same. Priority is backwards in that regard. How interesting here yet, they can wait line at the DMV. They can wait in line at the local grocery store, but they can't wait in line to cast their ballots. It's nonsensical. And the media, you'll do these interviews and do the reporting is just and they way when you listen to what the Democrats have to say about it like a Ram Emmanuel. What he has to say about it, you understand that this is more game playing going on with the left but I think the Democrats need to redirect their message. You haven't gotten your medicine through the mail. Donald Trump. That's the problem you and got your social security check and you're GonNa Miss Your mortgage payment where you're gonNA, miss some benefit for your healthcare costs Donald Trump's problem the Republicans have problems voting is about us and the election is my relief democracy you. Know. Exactly. But if you want right now this is tied up on the entire package in Congress. You want to put pressure on getting the Republicans to negotiate which they refusing to do now until Labor Day. Change a message to something that's relevant to the American people to not three months. So I a hundred percent agree with this I mean I. Never knew the Post Office was going to become a partisan issue that Democrats are only four checks getting to pimple or voting ballots getting to the people in rural seniors. You gotta put it back on the Republicans except goes wrong with the mail you gotta put it back on the trump. Train and you if you didn't get your medication, you have to put her right back on the Republicans. This is how they're playing the game. This is how trying to to manipulate an you know suffolks I gotTa give the Democrats Credit I mean they're they're being very proactive. I'm not giving them any credit they're they're being deceitful. I'm not give them credit for playing their machiavellian rules. There Saul Alinsky strategies. Now, what they're doing is they're striking at the heart of the republic. You got even sanitize. Bernie standards taking a page from Rahm Emanuel. How president trump is trying to trying to once again. Steal the election. What you all witnessing is a president of the United States who doing everything he can to suppress the vote make it harder for people to engage in mail in balloting. At. A time when people will be putting their lives on the line by having to go out to a polling station phone line. So what trump is saying is we're GONNA do everything we can, and this is me talking, this is what trump himself said look I happen to think as you know, the trump is a pack logical lion lies all of the time but I gotta say I got admit that the other day he was very honest he said look we wanNA kill mail in balloting we don't want millions and millions of people to be able to cast their ballots through the mail so will destroy the Postal Service will fund it they can't vote. I guess that he thinks. That as depressed vote, a Lola voter turnout will work for him. Actually that's not what he said. Actually. Bernie Sanders that is lying here, but it shows you what the plan is. Just shows you how desperate of the Democrats are to have Mellon balloting not get this going to help decide who the president's going to be, but because it's going to create. Chaos. And yet I. DO believe that President Trump is practicing some type of political. Jujitsu we'll talk about how he's handled that and some reporters who tried to punk him. Rush, that's the only introduction needs later today between ten and one on five, Fifty K. of why and on FM. Five point five, HD two. You're listening to the conservative circus. I am your ringmaster James. t President trump is is being aggressive of these campaign commercials they are running primarily. On on the I should say websites social media. FACEBOOK twitter. That's I'm finding them don't watch a Lotta TV. These strike is the type of of a ads that worked for TV. They're short maybe fifteen thirty seconds. They are absolutely a hilarious they're on point but you Kinda have to have you'll be familiar with a little bit of nuance. As you look at these. As one of a train running through. The countryside big trump train trump pence twenty, twenty followed by Joe Biden on one of those little push lately a cart. On the tracks talking about black here's rubbing his legs talking about A. What was it corn pop? Up Three. Full. Leg Down so that wash the hair. Cut them back. Seat is commercially just bust out laughing train. You know trump trained smooths league running fast. then. There's Biden's behind it. Talking gibberish talking crazy. And when you look at what's happening right now with the president everywhere he goes he's willing to answer questions. He's the last man standing. And the Biden Administration, there are administration the biting campaign they're not answering questions. They're not even be there not allowing reporters to ask questions. He can't even handle softballs that would be thrown at him. The Biden campaign they don't have anybody last Sunday, they didn't have anybody yesterday going on the morning shows to explain anything. It's crazy. What we're watching. They think they can manage. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris from the bunker. They don't want them out in front of people a president trump is plunkett them. You got the DNC conventional starting today, but it's going to be a virtual convention west President Trump doing he's flying in Wisconsin to he's going to ask us you see the Democrats were too afraid to show up in Milwaukee. They were too afraid of the covert they the walkie hundreds of millions of dollars gone. You've got the mayor of Milwaukee. Now saying you know what I hope that the that the DNC lives up to his obligations because you know we we we underwrote a lot of stuff we we've developed a lot of things we built them getting ready for the convention, and now they pulled out I gotta tell you. They're not going to get that money back. They got stiffed. It's a little bit of salt in the booms. You gotTa have president trump up in oshkosh area, and he's going to be at one of those hangers you know and it's going to be at the airport and is going to be filled with people. You're going to get a chance to compare and contrast how the Democrats are running their campaign as opposed to. President trump who's not afraid of people who wants to mingle with the people and Biden who doesn't go out unless he's mass up and there's only two or three people in the room. Who's going to win that Battle of optics? Then you have the reporters is trying to take on. President trump. You reporters who are trying to put words in his mouth and what a huge mistake that was. Losing. His eligible to run. Vice President for. Two? More. So I have nothing to do with Ed I read something about it and I will say that he is a brilliant lawyer that he i, guess he wrote an article about it. So I know nothing about it, but it's not something that bothers me. Creates. Why do you say that I just don't know about it, but it's not something that we will be pursuing. Let me put it differently. Let me be let me put it differently. Don't tell me what I know. Let me put it differently. Let me put it differently. To me, it doesn't bother me at all. I don't know about it. I read one quick article. The lawyer happens to be a brilliant lawyer. As you probably know he wrote an article saying that could be a problem. Oh. About it. A lawyer wrote the IT'd be a problem. I took a glance at the article who don't put words in my mouth. I love that. Don't tell me what I know. He don't try to put words in my mouth. That's what they're trying to do trying to create a new birther controversy. They're not really interested when he says, Hey, man, you know what? That's not my bag we're running against Kamala Harrison Joe Biden. That's not my bad. But see the the media's doing that they're trying to trip but but because president trump just doesn't play that. He's able to put her right back in their face I'm telling you that coupled with the fact that to a certain degree. They're going to get back in front of the public certain agreed they're going to have their rallies they're going to make sure that there is a stark contrast. Between Of the imagery coming out of the virtual campaign of Joe. Biden and what's happening with the trump's reelection campaign. You will be able to see a stark difference and therefore you will be called upon to make a stark choice. Border Security and well-funded police are the key to fighting human trafficking. We're going to talk about that at nine old three as a trafficking issue for some reason for various reasons is really becoming a national issue. Face the truth our country can't fight the scourge of trafficking without Boerner hand. Some guys. Gentlemen Children of all ages. Traum to. Serve as circus with James. s human trafficking remains one of the most daunting national security challenges that face our country. Is. Facing the world. Every single year, the underground network of sex slavery becomes larger and more sophisticated, and it's preying on countless. And children who are sold to the highest bidder. This is something we're not used to talking about, but it has bubble to the surface once again. And our good friend Arts del Quinto, WHO's part of the border patrol is is on top of this an art in a recent opinion piece for the for their a daily independent, you discuss the progress that has been made along the border under president trump can you Philipson a little bit more about that? Definitely puts the PROMOS. Thank you for having me on James. You know it's always a pleasure to be here with a good friend appreciate that. So obviously. We we've we've come a long way. We WanNA get further, and we definitely don't WanNA ministration to come along and destroy everything that's been done because. You know we've grown in leaps and bounds. There's more areas of the border where there is better technology and there's obviously a lot of areas of the border where we have. A Better Wall and in some areas where we didn't have one at all, we have one now and what people don't understand but They'll be able to grasp this. The weather is horrible right now because of the heat and the high. Temperatures. In the areas where you do have better infrastructure, which includes a better wall. The numbers go down does it lowers the amount of individuals that are dying ends the desert, and that's always huge. And it lowers the amount of females that will fall prey to these individuals that say, Hey, you know you can cross in this area everything will be fine. When in reality there they have an ulterior motive in that is to sell them to the highest bidder. We have our Dell Questo in the center ring Vice President of the national border. Patrol Council Art Abbas in Wisconsin recently, I saw a bunch of protestors out in the street axes roll to them because they didn't look like the normal protesters like what are you protesting trek sex trafficking a it's all over the place and they said, you know America's have no idea just how of present this is how prevalent is across the country what has led to this new spike or should say this loose spike in awareness awareness of sex trafficking. At the end of the day it's just that's what it is. James T., it's awareness it enough people that are looking at the situation and they're finally paying attention You know sometimes we're fortunate to be in an environment where I can talk to you and and bring up a lot of the issues and let's face it. There's been tons of issues that you've given the opportunity. To me to be able to explain and talk to people. There's just a lot of individuals out there that don't want to give that opportunity to people that don't want to hear about it. It's something that we've been preaching about for a long long time and and I'm pretty happy now people are paying attention. Especially nowadays, you know where we're close to. The elections themselves people need to start really really paying attention and listen I've said it before it has nothing to do with race I know people like to use that race card but. What I gotta say is when people use the race, you gotta use your trump card. Pretty much. You just gave us a snapshot of the situation on the border right now you said because of the heat and because of the infrastructure is seasonally, you don't get a lot of action but in the fall towards winter when things start to cool down. For this problem to ramp up. Well realistically because I In. In the area where you know the people that I represent our there is still the numbers have been going up. You GotTa remember that you know you have the hunter artem reservation, which you know there's not much of a wall in that area. So the numbers have been going up and I've been seeing and hearing from agents more and more that they're having to respond to a lot of nine one one calls, and that is from a lot of individuals that are lost in the desert. So agents have been out there. You know double effort trying to do the rescues out of the desert because of the heat and one thing you'll never hear on the media and they're out there saving lives. That's what they're doing people like you make them villains. But the reality is I consider the men and women that worked for the United States Border Patrol part of the largest humanitarian organization in the world. Well, you know how? My audience feels about the border patrol art. You know how I feel and I think that what what gets mistranslated as we think that these are all illegals being called a brought over here that these people who are purposefully trying to steal their way into the country a wear where the confusion comes where people start to understand just how much of a human crisis is is when we look at the amount. Of Children, where we look at the amount of young women who have been stolen from their parents stolen from their families and who have been thrown into this this worldwide slavery and what I hear you saying is that is an operation right here in a on our border as some of these people were getting lost in the desert. Some of these people who are you guys are finding are these kids? And it's been happening for a while. You reported your I think just one of the first that reported a while back when when people were being released if they crossed with minor children. So back then what was happening is there was a lot of individuals that were crossing with with children that were not of any relationship. But. What they were doing is you know the actual parents of these kids were renting out their own children to these smuggling organizations knowing that if they came across with minor, all they had to do is say, Hey, this is their child and would be released and told show up at an immigration court later on. So then that minor would be sent back to Mexico and it would be rented out to another individual that would try to do the same thing No, there's there I mean there's countless stories that you know I've. been a part of and I've seen and it's just really sad a lot of times. It isn't just the the the evil people that we know exist the smuggling organizations, drug smugglers, all of that but a lot of times it's some of these parents that are just renting out their children to these organizations in order to make a quick buck and this is I mean. 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We have A, we have a society, our country looking get people who stalk our stores, the truck drivers who throughout the pandemic did their jobs they're being hailed as heroes. Get the teachers who are refusing to work right now. They're well, we understand them because you it's dangerous to go into work with amongst the population, a segment of the population who just is not getting sick we're supposed to believe. Fact vast vast majority of Americans. And more specifically Arizona's. We ever really met anybody who's tested positive for the virus or some folks we met who tested positive for the virus didn't really think they added I've actually talked to a bunch of people who went to go get tested. It was taking too long. So laughed did not get tested but still got letters in the mail to said, they tested positive for the virus it's a mass. The numbers are telling us. In our own experiences telling us. That we are not suffering from a debilitating pandemic despite these facts. We have members of the Teachers' union refusing to go back to work. We have businesses that should by any measure be back in business. The most interesting thing through. Through this experience. The most interesting thing that we've noticed. Is that more and more people have noticed that if not really unsafe out there. There's really Nothing. Wrong, nothing, to fear. But we have knows also the inequity behind picking the winners and losers in the name of cove it. As more and more people start to realize this. Have you noticed calm? Descending? Upon the land have you noticed less hysteria. The hysteria that we do see is whipped up by the Democrats. And presently the teachers unions they're trying to scare us most of us are not scared. Most of us are not scared at all, but we are perplexed. Well. We find that scary right now. Is How much the government is pushing. Win The so-called co covert numbers are so favorable. Well we find. So frightening is how the government is extending their their mascot. Decrees. There mask mandates. How the government is getting behind the teachers organizations associations that do not want to teach. How they're making excuses for find distressing is how athletes especially the college. Are Being told that they can't play because of the cove at nineteen when the covert does not taking them out. It's not just that this is something that's being done. As some believed to to try to fort the the November. Elections though it goes beyond this we have institutions we have individuals that are willing to watch people get harmed be harmed by their actions. In order to advance their agenda. It is very difficult as we learn more from the medical community around the world as we learn how effective I dropped the Clarkin and and zinc as. Skinny more difficult to explain why we have governors in some states. Issuing executive orders to stop that treatment to stop the doctor from prescribing that. How do you explain this? We don't even have media that's willing to ask about this and demand dancers. who was that Louie Gohmert representative out of Texas came down with Dacoven, the media mocked. You. got. went to his doctor. As for hydroxy chloroquine and zinc better now, he's back up, he's running around no problem. Why is it not a big news story? How come? We don't have the news look gohmert diagnosed now he's back. Oh my goodness and this really works. Why aren't we prescribing Hydroxy Clarkin to the teachers so that they could be confident in going back to teach the students. Being lied to. We are being lied to. And our children are being used as pawns. To advance the Liberal Democrat narrative. Over the weekend. A documentary came out called a shadow gate. If you didn't see it. Yet. Missed it. It's gone now but not before over one point, four, million people took the time to watch it and what they learned. Well, it is reverberating around the country. I'll give you an update on that movie and the filmmaker who was arrested for putting it out at nine thirty three. Sean Hannity works every everyday to make America. Great. Again, listen at one on five fifty KFYI and on FM at ninety five, point five, hd two. You're listening to the. Conservative. Circles. I ask your ringmaster, James T Harris. We have a a movie that came out over the weekend a short documentary, our twenty minutes I guess that's kind of long or but it is fascinating. It was so good. You couldn't turn away. And the journalists have put that out. Her name is millie weaver otherwise known as Millennial Milli. She's a twenty nine year old conservative new media video and print journalist. she has a huge social following and she got arrested on Friday. She got arrested and her husband got arrested inner to kids. I think of one of them two or three the other one out three or four months went into child custody what the heck went on well. Well it was a secret warrant. And the reason why was issued many believers because of the documentary that came out now he was first published under one of the whistle blowers of that that millie interviewed. And then adds yesterday it went up on her site both were taken down by Youtube. But if you go to my blog at KFYI DOT com. Check out a check out the article on this. You might find another place to see it. Again. As the indictments against deep state begins. We're familiar with the the the Horowitz report we've talked to Congressman Andy Biggs and congressman goals are about these things. But what this what this piece does, it goes behind the scenes in names names that you don't usually see named on television and It goes into detail of how the deep state as he called it. Try To destroy the trump campaign and then the trump candidacy are trump. Administration. We call it these state we call the deep state players a, but as she goes on to illustrate in this and they have key whistle blowers to to back this up, cross the to dot the i's and cross the t's they're showing that this truly is coming from a bunch of Agencies if you will consultants. This is the necessarily the bureaucracy. The bureaucracy has handed off the dirty work to to private companies. And the whole Obama Gate scandal only scratches the surface. Both parties Democrat and Republican are equally guilty and what's your turn out to be an even bigger scandal shadow gators what they're calling it. The tactical and operational role of the shadow government play behind the scenes carrying out the coup against president trump it. Is. A. Scary film to watch. Because it shows you in the media is shows you social media is shows you campaigns that were conducted to try to convince the people we used to our enemies. We've done this in different countries tried to influence elections. They talk about how a what elections were influenced right here at home. And when you see. The individuals that we had come to trust on Fox News on CNN on MSNBC. When you see what really was the fake news? It is chilling. And when you come to understand who employed the these these agencies. And how they are still operating right now. And how the news is tightly controlled. Basically, only what they want you to know it's kind of crazy. And I believe that's why Milly Weaver got arrested. Now the latest development is she's shown up in court and and the charges are based off of some phone cell, a cell phone theft from her mother and Y'all being in possession of government information you know whatever happened to the whole we must protect the whistle blower and by the way that whole whistleblower stuff that was going on during the during the impeachment. Not, who are what we thought it was as explained. In this or in this documentary now, it's very, very interesting. Very, very fascinating. It could be WHOA WHOA WHOA conspiracy. What's interesting is this woman was arrested and the film taken down wherever it pops up what's that. What is that and then there's the media that's not re- not reporting legitimate stories that are absolutely horrific violence. The bill Riley update this morning at nine fifty now on five fifty. On FM Ninety five point five hd two. You're listening to the Servant Circus. Your ringmaster James T Harissa Gold Fund me account has been raised of for a family in north. Carolina. The son was shot in the head by by a neighbor by now many of you have heard about this young man was riding his bike outside his home when when the suspect the next door neighbor. allegedly. Ran Out and shot the Chow pointblank playing like rain the head. The suspect has been charged with murder. The Campbell just outplaying. The father said he was doing, you know playing with his sister riding his bike doing with kids do. He ran up onto the neighbor's grass whatever turns bike around, and that's when the suspect ran out of the house. Shot, young kid and ahead. Again, this story has a made the rounds. Why Because it hasn't fit the narrative. You see suspect who ran out of the house was a was a an American of African descent in his twenties of man. And he just didn't like the white privilege of the Little Kid. So he killed them. That's the first murder of its nature. In the era of black lives matter you have a `nother violent act didn't lead to murder but was the violent act where you had a grown man American of African descent kneeling on the neck of a five year old much in the way of the officer knelt on George foyt neck. He put that image out on social media. The media lies to us. The media. hypes up the the rage from the so called be l. m.. They hype up the police brutality. The almost nonexistent I was it is there police brutality that day as a white police officers shooting unarmed black man not the biggest problem in the black community. But one that the media glommed onto and. Breaks, plans, fans into flames. The flames were there. They say, they give them room to protest. Give them room to riot. Based off of lies. Michael Brown trayvon. Martin. In to a certain degree. The Floyd. Killing. But yet when something like this happens. With the what makes this? So agreed GIS is the innocence. Children. Wait a minute. You grown adults you Americans of African descent to have this chip on your shoulder that claim his grievance you're angry. So you take it out on children I'm sorry. To certain degree. There's an evil presence here. It has been unleashing our land and the media is trying to slam it in a fan, the flames, and the Democrats are trying to harness that energy to elect Joe Biden and Comma Harris. Let's not let that happen. It's It could be in it is. Depressing. Where our society is and where we have allowed it to go. Coronavirus hasn't devastated. The homeless community has many at feared. Really really why why Well. Maybe could it be? Chronic viruses not what they said it was going to be not as deadly. But I tell you what it has done. Corona virus and liberal policies in cities like San Francisco in cities like like like Los Angeles. Is Driving people away. There is an exodus. Movement. Our job people from. San Francisco and Los Angeles and guess where they're fleeing to guess where they're fleeing to of all places. Nashville Tennessee. red-state. Red, city. We can only hope and pray that they don't bring their California ways. One thing very much for joining the conservative circus today. With Russell Hunter at five thirty, this afternoon if you are new to the show because of the facebook commentary. Welcome, we're here every sick every morning six until ten. This is the most conservative station you will year. In the valley. 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We're talking about the Up here we're talking about the Joe Scarborough story now what's happening with that is I didn't know this and of course they don't want you to know nobody's GonNa say and kind until it comes out and Joe Scarborough as a congressman Republican in Early two thousands two thousand one whatever. He had a a big aid winds up dead behind his desk in his office. And I'm going that very much seems curious but it could be set up and you're GonNa and if kind and you're going to be in your European now aren't you. Yes and boss I am you know. So what winds up happening? He goes liberal. He joins MSNBC and he's up. There is Republican congressman. And you know morning coffee with Joe of whatever and his Co host is Mika Brzezinski which is debris new Brzezinski Mr Super duper globalist of whatever him Henry Kissinger and rockefellers. Nee them those Trilateral Commission was all part of presents. Keys thing with his book that he wrote in seventy or so that between two ages. America'S ROLE NEW TECHTRONIC. Errol this technocracy everything. His daughter Mika is his co host and now his wife and the find out that this this shift has changed. You know scarborough all of a sudden. He's on with the program after this. It makes you go I'm going to all moment exactly. I mean you've got a guy who's a Republican for six years who all been. There's the scandal and he decides right before he's resigned. Spend time with his family and then the death and the death all gets covered up and he goes but it seems like you ought to making deal with the devil that all this will go but in return you will have to join and yet be protected by the group which is what. What is the name of that movie again? That really ticked me off. You made me watch it. I keep forgetting the name. But I've blocked it out of my God one the one that the one with the satanic cult of like you know we're just showing the whole the the lead up the Jeffrey Epstein in the rest About shadow. Something of Jeff. Yeah it's a great. I highly recommend it. Just watch your blood pressure. I think you plan Democ the movie Dot Com. It's it's going thing starring Mike very well how you descend at all your friends man on the mail it's sort of like bad baxter's fantastic so anyway but this but this is it's just stay with the concept and I know it's like why are we talking about from MSNBC host. I because the president just tweets storm yesterday about it which the larger issue which we'll get to but I just wanted to point out to think about it. You've got a guy that that's accused of this and the whole thing gets shut down and the whole story gets swept away and anyone that brings it up. It's conspiracy theory and people are shut down and anyone that brings it up his fired and that's a whole nother story. I won't go into all the different people who have even Democrats who may be. There was one guy who was a famous Democrat Blogger. He was on. Msnbc was actually a regular guest and when one of the Republicans was was accused of something or maybe apparently may have been a democrat. It was like some regular story of two thousand ten and this blogger. That's the ports. Msnbc just happen to brought up in a kind of an like the twitter discussion online just happened. Bring up how Joe's case you know was brought up and he just brought up. As an example of how Democrats and Republicans supposedly treated differently now. He was coming at the point of view that Republicans are Hypocrites and Democrats are all the all the the the are always. There are always innocent. So that was the point you brought up. He was trying to defend Democrats and he brought up. Job was unfortunately handled microorganism just by mentioning that just mentioning it. He was banned for life from as from. Msnbc just bringing it up in its offense of Democrats by bringing up. Joe's case one Klein who who is this he was a south send. You the link was. He forgot his name here. Who was who was a well known he still is well known blogger for Democrats and was he was a constant guests on. Msnbc deep you mentioned jost one time even when Don Don brought it back out and we WANNA make sure everybody knows. You don't do that exactly. So that is the level of what these people are and it seems like that once you get caught. And that's that's the bottom line. These people want you to have dirt once they get dirt on you or they make you get on you or you admit to dirt on you. Then you're part of the club. Because now they have something over you and for those of you that slew can't figure out why Donald Trump is such a threat is that they have no dirt on him. Whatever dirty had talked about on the Damn House burned show thirty years ago? They have nothing on him. And so this is why. It's so powerful. What he is all these other for these groups in a matter. How crazy that. You WanNa get into conspiracies with it. But I'm telling you it's always about how much leverage they have on your regardless of Party so anyway I wanna move ahead so what happened was Donald Trump last night decides to bring the up and he of course he calls Joe Psycho. Joe Joe Joe Scarborough. Is this PAG line. And this is what he tweeted out of the blue he says comcast should open up a long overdue. Cold case against Fico Joe Scarborough. I know him and crazy. Mika well use them beautifully in the last election result them nicely. And we'll stay on the record that he is quote nuts now who says this this? Donald TRUMP. He just tweeted this yet last night. He's bringing the whole thing back up. That's why I'm bringing up today. So he has made this front and center this entire case that no one's allowed even talk about otherwise they get shut down and now trump is worse this old thing out but we have to get to the punch line here so again. He's talking about crazy Joe I dumped them nicely for the ratings. I'm sorry and says I will never going to minute. Man The segment. I'm going to stay on the record. That he has quote nuts. So of course. I'm sure next press conference will bring it up. But his last tagline of his tweet is the best he says besides bad ratings talk forget the fact that he murdered people and everything else on top of that. He's got batteries fan ratings radio anyway. There's a lot behind recoverable bad ratings. Yeah exactly so. There's there's he's definitely obviously. He's moving this at the spotlight. The question is why is it? The fact that he's trying to get maybe continue the food fight wild while the country's fighting over food shortages whereabouts. About what about the governor's on whether to open up or not is a thing that distraction from krona virus on purpose or in this salvo of really the fight of q? And many other emails than tweet I sent you. 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We have to talk about the Biden deal and the Democrats throwing him under the bus. That's going to be about is trump. I Biden. Thing is that was I. Did you watch it the not no I? What a what a joke. This thing has been from the beginning. It's all about Hillary. I don't know what everybody's smoking you know. Now there you're going to have a it's just gonNA be a male in electric APPs of Hillary's selected. I mean you know I I while while. Wow you know the thing is this same is almost like an echo of what I said about about Bernie Sanders. Want him getting in. Because we're a after after Bernie's heart attack and the same thing with with Biden. The race is not about fighting. It's the race is going to be who he picks his VP. That's GONNA be the puppet master that will be supposed the president or at least the personal it's going to be his Dick Behold into DMZ to to the DNC. I still think a perfect person is Kamala Harris for them. She is dial hold. Donna Headline Breaking News Breaking News Trump in Phoenix today. Oh I heard that might actually honeywell where my kids work. They're gonNA I bet he talks to them. They give a little. You know little meeting. Confab wonder if fee-based GonNa wear a mask you know they they they're gonNA go. Yup Yup Yup my daughters and daughter-in-law sons and their baby Gilder Honeywell Aerospace they. They're essential so they they're getting already. My this year has been telling me about. You know the prep for last couple of weeks or something. They've known that comes. Trump GONNA go there and thanks for making masters I I'm actually waiting for him to sell Red Maga- masks online. I know they'll do away with this mass thing pretty fast. After that. I guarantee that they go. I think he's winning again. I mean there's nothing else. He's he's showing the policy in the confusion of the left. If you think about it regarding the states when when it came down to should he shut the states down? What did he do? Granted kind of confused them with the laser with the cat. But he ultimately said it's the tenth amendment now he doesn't take amendment but basically stay twice. He Senate to the governor's up the governor's the of shutdown what the left say the left said. Oh my God how come. He doesn't act on his dictator impulse and force all the state's shut down if he really cares about what did you is. He declared a national emergency and that is a trigger that in legislation on the states here in Arizona. At least is what triggers a whole bunch of easy. We get to do emergency. Kind of whatever governor thing. And that's why they're on his ass if you're not going to do a shutdown or mandate whatever's if even had that power that's another thing but exactly exactly exactly but but the thing is when we came down to shut the state's down he ultimately you act notably left. It's at the state owned immediately declared a national emergency data. What gave set this all up all this FEMA CRAP? Gay Power to FEMA agape power to the state because a lot of when they had h one n one ten years ago is exactly the same thing they needed to have a declaration of a pandemic h one m one obama whatever that triggered all kinds of powers of the governor. They didn't get it unless he did it. Somehow you know that declaration of emergency is really what they needed from trump and he did it all right polling taken. We'll we'll poke point with that but what I'm trying to point out on. The other side is that at the end of the day. He I mean he to you. The end of the day is triggered. Fema and I'm not downplay that but he wound up leaving it to the governor's to ultimately decide up to shut down the economy's where's the? Where's the liberal media was saying? Why aren't you wire to forcing them to do it? The irony is they. Were trying to force them into the trap that that that this guy's a fascist dictator and of course if he did do what they claimed that he should do then they would of course turnaround call him the fascist dictator. But he didn't know compromiser. What he did is he. Got The deck. Let me finish. He did the declaration. The thing was is that I am of the opinion that the Mo of trump for the past. Oh my God. I can't believe no one else would have survived. This crap for the past four years is that he he to go along he seems to be influenced by Vanity and EGO. He seems to be playing along while the whole time. He's trying to give them just enough rope from the HANG HIMSELF. He put them up on the podium. He allows them to do their stuff. He surveilled your bail out here. You Go. We're going to track all this money. We're going to see where it goes. We're going to see you all and it went to the Kennedy Center and you fired all the musicians and it went to the DNC. I mean you know all this stuff I go. Why would he do this well so he could track it? He could trace it Dude Bill Gates and Fau. You're going to do whatever boom it's going to be front page news so I'm seeing the benefit of the way that he's doing this but they keep thinking they got him or do they have them. I don't know what mean is finished. My point I I I respect what you're say I get it. I'm talking more of how the media's bring portrayed and how the average American seeing this and the fight between Democrats and the Republicans in the governor's all of us trying to talk from trying to starting doing superficial perspective. We'll just leave it that way. I don't argue this point right now. Just want to get the point out of how the media's a is the consistency that trump looks like so when when it came to shut the states down he left it to the governor's okay. Let's forget the FEMA thing from it. He left it to. The governor's puts a figure it out with the media. Said how come you're not forcing them to do it. Well he didn't want to go down that path. As as as as the president that precedent no pun intended. Now when it came to opening the state's aim everything was it was backwards. The president again was consistent and said well. I didn't force the governor's to shut down. I'm not going to force the governor's to open up for back to the states and th- amendment and yet the media turned around and said how dare you try to force all the states to be open. Who Do you think you are a dictator? You know it should be for the individual governors and then of course he hadn't that press conference which was brilliant new said fine good. That was my plan all along. I just told you people with the cat laser. Of course the states can all each each side and then the Democrats went went bonkers and said. Oh my God. He's playing politics. He's putting all the blame on on Democrat states sunny. I'm just showing that from the average Democrat watching this. They have to start getting confused of what the actual principle is. You know as if they even have. I've libertarian confused. You know exactly you know. Of course. They're confused. They don't know what the hell to do. I've been talking to you know. I talked to people in the liberty community. That's influenced by social media there. Yeah but yeah but my friends all say and kind of official the crust and science kind of crap. And I'm going. Wow Wow I've seen the same thing you know. The same thing happened with you know Waco Oklahoma City nine eleven. Your last tarp thing. It's it's it's just this this mind screw and before they just had broadcast media then it went into You know they still had Kennedy infiltrators they go to the different group. They they got a machine to try and confusion or something. Conspiracy Nut Barney Miller of trilateral commission of you guys are crazy back in eighties. You know what I mean. I mean it's just a US media while now social media man they got inside your head. They know they can tailor the message to mess. What's important to you you know. What is it that triggers? You and I'm going damn but the inoculation against that unless you're inaugurated and your brains you know is the inoculation against that is just critical thinking of kind of finally the cognitive dissidents break away. From what the Hell and when you don't have a job and you're going hungry and you've got your check everybody else did of all of a sudden you're going. I think I'll just open. I think you're not doing it right. I think I don't get the Barbecue. I can't go to the beach. You Know Notre violent light kill viruses. I mean it's just all the simple stop. Then you find out that like Planned plan the Plan De Plan democ movie Dot Com you know. Why is it that you know? We got James Corden all time Richard Grove and and Dr Judy Mike. 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There's a search bar up there. We've been improving our search engine to slot back in stuff going on a lot of people don't know about but you put in Operation Mockingbird and you let it search and it goes through all four hundred whatever thousand headlines that we have on premiums Phoenix. Four hundred thou- going through everything narrow it is now. I can include any words all words. Exact match Israeli Blah Blah Blah Blah. So here we go operation. Macabre is live and well do propaganda bill resurrects as operation mockingbird. I didn't remember this one. The new counterfeiting information no countering counterfeiting whatever forty and countering information warfare act of sixteen s twenty six ninety two now foreign countering. Foreign propaganda differ may disinformation act. See it's always opposite or wherever they call it you know and The CIA operation mockingbird the same kind of thing. It's the new The US Ministry of Truth and what they've done it was illegal for the Pentagon or military or the US government to Propagandize the American people. That will you propagandize Germany Austria? Whatever all you want but it was illegal to do it here but now they're like yeah we need to do it a little bit and counter you know the fake news of France or something. Operation Mockingbird was fully implemented a program to spread this information throughout America Media C. I. A. Director William Colby testified to the Church Committee. That over four hundred. Cia agents active in the US media to control what was reported through American mainstream television. Newspapers and magazines four hundred. Cia agents now. This is his testimony before Congress in the church was filled. It's filled you actually watch it on Youtube. Early documentaries man here. What are we see this little thing here? That means it's up there forever and always click that but you see I'm you know. And now they call it The new one it's a US ministry a truth. The bill is currently being reviewed by Congress. Us government is added again. Same dirty tactics and Nicole. War Irritation from their bag of tricks dusted off repackage and presented to the public as a necessary means for national security. Once again the free press is not only under attack it is being used as a front for propaganda war just like all wolf warfare that people pay the price did this past. Oh care doesn't matter. They're doing it. I mean if they can nate then they are a well so so they are not so one of the reasons are bringing it up. I know long-term listeners to the show obviously know about it. They're like dogs called Tuesday mockingbird but we also will people only China to the trump report and I just kind of kind of you know. Let's speed them up and have them understand with this whole this whole war. That's been going on this information war yet to give out stones on that Didn't start with Donald Trump for as many people out there that were killed only the only in the last five years or so starting to understand how the media cynthia wine and they started asking themselves. We'll did they just suddenly start lying to me since since Donald Trump grant like. Where did this come from? I know it's hard for you. Ernie to touch us that and I'm not trying to be funny but I mean for a lot of people out there. This is new. It's sort of like when they. I realize the reserved the problem and just being deep members. Oh here's his rookie. Going to my point. No let me put this in their operation. Mockingbird WIKIPEDIA STARTS OFF OPERATION MOCKINGBIRD is alleged large scale programme wikipedia cop there. Cia YOU'RE THERE. It's not alleged it's stipulated admit okay. It's practically it's in the records on film so so when I'm young to is there's so many people that are new to this. There's trying to figure out a long. Has This has had the impact I've been up into the system and they don't know and of course may start talking to people it's got PBS. Now trying to kind of Redo history saying well to the Russians. And it's this over here. Cnn or Fox News and it goes round and round. The thing is people have to realize that this modern information war started before many of us. We're we're we're actually born in the nineteen fifties. After with into the beginning of the Cold War. The Cold War really began with new technologies. Not just the bomb but technologies in television. The coming cable all of this sort of thing. They realized that things are getting so big as far as communication streams. So it wasn't just two or three networks on the radio but back then it was starting to larger with actual video with television screens and people sitting in their house and suddenly they had to come up with a much. More a insidious way to control people so the point is mockingbird knocking for those who don't know that is the genesis of all of this. Because obviously you know I mean I mean a propagandist around there for like eons but the modern propaganda war began with mockingbird and all leads what we have today the only differences. It's starting to be exposed now. People are starting to see it for the first time. It's not just cracks like like Ernie and myself and Freedoms Phoenix people who are considered conspiracy theorists all. This time. You Know Jeffrey Epstein didn't tell them stuff by saying that was not going away you know. I'm not even sure. He killed himself Halloween. Oh you were even dead. You Know I. I'm like whatever nothing. It doesn't matter all that stuff there. So always justice there no justice you know there. There's only just us. We need to read take our own minds away from them. Quit having them influence us so much. We just go yeah. He's not even dead now. So say general opinion. Screw you. We don't care. We don't pay attention to the media and pay attention to the government to. That's our win. The governess let better. Let's I want him the room. He better their ruling me wrong. I want new rulers. That's the problem that that that that that that that is the problem. Quit begging for better rule you. There is no better rule you than you guys just so stupid but that realization is coming all of a sudden. Now you have hunters out there going you know what a hunt for Sport. You know that skull. He'll eat the brains man. I mean we we food. We're going to get out there and get some and under all of a sudden we find out this one thing. I love this stat. There are ten times more hunting license possessors in America than there are all the army men in the world ten times and they're all snipers you think you're going to win this by force of arms. Hell no they have to do it with a biological warfare. They have to do it with psychological warfare. You have to do with economic warfare. They're not going to take over the people that is not going to happen and going with your guns to Capitol Hill and give me permission slip to open row. Be Mad screw them. You don't know what the how it's not about asking permission. It's just doing it which we are doing straight up. Wickenburg restaurants just opening route tone. Apo- out there pay pal screw it. They're just opening like screw this man. That's the leadership. That is what you need to do. And then when they come shut you down and kick in this get a try. I want to try. Let's get all this on trial. They're just seeing how much you'll take and then I want to see the judge rules in the government's favour of Yeah we get the order you that you can't do commerce kind of order for a health of you know all the powers of the people go away and goes all the government win. There's a national emergency when there's national security involved with health and welfare and all this other cost to health and welfare with the health and Welfare America used to be freedom and I go. I want that discussed all. I'm afraid they'll say I don't give a crap. What they say doesn't matter what they say. It's what you think you know. All you gotTa do is just have general public opinion. You're my opinion. Is THEY SUCK now? What next now. I am just so sick of this but while earlier starting to see what what you've always talked about which is Be The end of nightmare on ELM street. Where all the sudden the way you stop Freddy Krueger is just stopped worrying. You turn your back on it. And all of a sudden he has no power which is actually how the movie ends and the same thing here. Exactly he's got that far. But if you saw on Fox News they had to give the Guy Credit. He's Barbara's and ex-marine Jones two or three barber shops and he's like you know what I don't care if if I get arrested. I'm opening my barber shops and he went on to CNN. And it was interesting. How the host and him were having two completely different conversations. I mean it's astounding. See how different that that that we are. She could not rapper head around why this guy was saying. I don't care about the fines. I I am knocker. Always GIVE UP. Give up my liberties income and the rest and she couldn't wrap her head around. Yeah hip but put the state is Tony. You can't aren't you afraid you're going to get a fine what happens. Then he's like I don't care I'm an American like it was amazing watching these two butthead. So often with you opened up the pupil airplanes and forty four with the people to famed or glory. That is powerpoint Angora got time to go overboard after whatever you know we're still making progress. Congress kilogram three figure out damage. Forgive Nice furniture. We have some good news. The indictments against also in the district of Maryland were dismissed with prejudice. Meaning they can never be refiled. This is especially good because those indictments contain the only charge ever made that Ross engaged in murder-for-hire this was a serious allegation at Rolls. Outbreak denies it was never prosecuted or ruled on by a jury but was trumpeted by the Federal Government. And the media. As if it were proven fact the Maryland Court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning. Ross's case leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations as explained in Ross's appeal to the Supreme Court. The fact that the judge used these allegations to give her a draconian sentence of life without parole violated his Sixth Amendment. Right to a jury. Trial judges are required to issue sentences based on convictions. Decided by a jury not unproven. Allegations never even charged it trial. 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That's according to to Western officials who cited an intelligence assessment that appears to contradict claims by both president trump at secretary of state. Mike Pump Pale quoting Western diplomatic official. We think it's highly unlikely it was an accident. It is highly likely it was naturally occurring and the human infection was from natural human animal interaction. Cnn adds that the countries in the five is intelligence. Sharing Coalition are coalescing around the assessment meantime the US has yet to make a formal assessment public Ainu analysis of the death count from unknown causes indicates cove in nineteen deaths. Numbers may be incomplete which has implications for the process of reopening states like Ohio recent. Cdc Data Indicates Ohio overall death rates are flat not so in New York which is seen them double so far this year policy analysts. Lauren Anthony with the center. For community solutions warrants out assessment may be overly rosy because the Buckeye state is lagging behind on reporting its data. We're likely looking like Ron Trend. Because the data isn't accurate. And so what's going to happen is wants to date a catches up. We're GONNA see these numbers. Change the data show a three fold spike in the number of deaths from unknown cases in Ohio for the past four months at the says it could indicate clinic. Didn't know what hit them at first asked testing ramps up in the coming weeks state will be better able to determine the true cove in nineteen mortality rate of Americans facing a series of barriers to voting in Montana's upcoming primary election. Eric Take it off. Explains due to Kuban. Nineteen all Montana. Counties are providing vote by mail. Option mercy McLean. Head of Western native voice says this presents the first challenge for native Americans on Reservations. The overwhelming majority of whom have their mail delivered to a post office. Box because of the virus. Mclean says there are health risks with giving folks rides to ballot drop-offs post office which can be miles away last leave. The new ballot interference protection will prevent groups such as Western native voice from delivering more than six ballots at a time curtailing common practice of ballot collection in native American Communities About New Appearance Protection Act and cove it and vote by mail. It's a triple whammy on our communities and the right and access to vote McLean says. Her group picked up more than eight hundred ballots. In the two thousand eighteen election balance will be mailed on Friday for the June. Second primary dishes. Pms The LGBTQ community faces special challenges during the covert nineteen crisis. These challenges are the focus of a series of virtual town hall to start tomorrow night. The events will be a forum for the LGBTQ plus people to bring up the issues. They've been facing and brainstorm about solutions. Nicole Crystal President of the group still bisexual is a CO leader of the out for Mental Health Task Force in Los Angeles. She says the state home lockdowns are especially tough on. Lgbtq plus teens you know we have a lot of LGBTQ. Youth are duck every day now at home with families that don't accept their sexuality or that they are closeted to that can create a lot of trauma and a lot of anxiety. I'm Suzanne Potter for Mental Health. Task Force includes multiple groups including health access California Equality California and the California Lgbtq Health and Human Services Network cove nineteenth spreading like wildfire among poultry workers President Donald Trump has issued an executive order giving Agricultural Secretary Sonny Perdue Greater Authority to handle the response to the global pandemic. Arkansas is home to several large chicken suppliers employing thousands of people including Tyson foods senior staff attorney at the Southern Poverty Law Center. Sarah rates says the order does not force plans to stay open nor does it require close plans to reopen. When it does do is it depends a very strong signal that the administration has the back of the companies and we'll support the companies and everything that it can to prioritize the supply chain over the people who actually make the supply chain gun according to the latest data from the CDC nearly five thousand cases of Kobe nineteen had confirmed about workers in one hundred fifteen meat and poultry processing facilities across the country. Finally Mark Richardson tells US Arizona. Consumer groups regulated power companies to use cost savings from lower power demand during the pandemic to provide emergency aid to ratepayers. The coalition is asking the Arizona Corporation Commission to prevent the state's largest private power utilities from using funds already earmarked for future energy efficiency programs to pay for a proposed emergency customer. Relief Package Diane Brown with Arizona. Public Interest Research Group Education Fund. Says that would only provide short-term benefits. They could hurt ratepayers in the future. We hit a hot summer run in a day at home or modified stayed home. Order is in place. It is likely commercial. Electricity demand will drop their zone. A public service in Tucson electric or projected to save millions of dollars in operating costs due to lower demand. Aps said they will discuss a variety of plan options with the commission at Tuesday's meeting mark. Richardson reporting keeping a safe distance. Remains the by word this is Mike Clifford public news service. We are enlist your support and online at new service DOT. Org You guys. It's wreck ten type. 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We already know very well about the water and it is a national embarrassment. That American citizens have to have water like this. Oh Yeah and then throw in the pandemic which has hit especially hard and I guess that's the genesis behind this project. Right definitely definitely. We're trying to we're trying to still work through to defend I know a lot of people you know. Being laid off and companies are not donating like they could business double and so. We're doing something from home where everybody is safe. And everybody is still in there and and the conference of their home so we can do better by the people around here and and do better about a world man. This is just not here Paying this is a world thing you know because one person do it. Everybody probably jumped online and do the same thing now. How are your video game skills because as we have found out in these pandemics there are a lot of great professional athletes? That are lousy at Video Games. And then a few are really good. What how are you Your skills on the PS four. Doing well I play a different game I haven't played USC that much. I play but I'm a boxer so if I have to stand up in brawl. I'll do that if I don't know any takedown throwing punches. So we'll see we'll see on a ninth and and see how it goes. I know some people like you say I really gamers high game. I play call of duty. Oh me too. Modern warfare you on that right. Yeah I am I am Yup I play that I. I have flown with them. I'm not doing it for living for thing other people but you know I have fun with it and I do play every day with yes. We are birth of a feather. Absolutely Anthony Tell US Keita's tell us a little bit more about flint. Because I remember seeing Roger and me which was a great documentary done by Michael Moore. It was his first big film. And you know. He's from Flint Michigan. Because people have told me that flint gets a bad name. It's it's not as depressed as people. I mean there's a big difference between you know we're Henry Ford lives but just give us a little thumbnail. What Flint Michigan means to you. means a lot like you say it's not a bad bad area like everybody. Everybody thinks Because water it's it's bad everyone is not and that's not the case. It's eighty percent of the water. Pipes is fake. So we're still looking to get the other twenty fifth but we come together as a whole like we've been doing. I think if wanted to succeed you know like the whole city succeeded. And that's that's how plenty isn't always been certified One person you know can't get everybody happy and that's what. I'm trying to bring everybody up with this event. I mean I'm just I'm just happy to be in a position that I am right now. to even do this the weather for you know my boxing or anything like that. I would be able to do this but I'm having to do it like I say Flynn is a it's a great city I was born and raised here. I still live emissions. Still live close to point And I'm still trying to give back you've been through a lot obviously We know about the the cancer that had which was you know obviously about as scary as it gets and then you had a terrible motorcycle accident as well but is that it's sort of like I remember hearing Draymond Green saying if you can survive saginaw you can survive anything that has to do with that Michigan toughness. Is that why? You're so resilient I think so. I think a lot of people come out of Michigan Is Is is you know I think we have to work extra hard To get to where we wanna go to where you know. We'll succeed at in But is Michigan. I think what a Great Lakes I it's something about it. There's a lot of great athletes will come out of Michigan and I'm just proud to be you know phone here. No doubt about a couple more questions. For Boxer Anthony Durell the boys and Girls Club and Flint has had to lay off a lot of its staff and this is not uncommon all around the country during this pandemic. But you think about a place where kids can go to stay out of trouble to stay off the streets and also to get tutoring and so I know they're in desperate need of people and you know not even computers just somebody on the phone who can help these kids in class. And that's another thing the boys and girls clubs GONNA benefit from this right definitely definitely. That's what boys and Girls Girls Club about. No helping a younger fortunate even like like you say somebody to talk to when they're having problems where they need a big brother. Big sister figure you know they can go to the boys and Girls Club or even that off a little steam That's what therefore you know. They're there to help the kids and help people that. Can't you know get the attention like they're supposed to and I like. I said I'm just happy to be partnered with well. I'm always interested in in boxers who come up and I. I'm much more into the sweet science that I am into UFC. Honestly I'm in my fifties so I grew up with boxing. Mma but when when you were coming up and you know you were undefeated for years years and years and then to to finally lose that first match and you're like what eight years into your career does. It is the kind of thing you like. Hey you win some you lose some or was it just devastating moment for you because I just so I just thought I would lose. But you know you take the ones with loss. Voter implies Somebody Great Lost it. It's time to come back after Faucet that defines you and I think I came back great. I wanted to lose it again but I still know where I stand in the division in box. I'm still there. I didn't get another shot at entitled. Doesn't win another title. Just odd depends on opportunity that I get to win that title But like I say you take the ones with the losses and you keep pushing for. That's what you WANNA do. And and that's what I did. I push forward and Gotten Championship last question for you. What was it like and I know you. And you're like me and my little brother only a year apart but Andrea. Your older brother. He goes to Athens. He comes home with an Olympic bronze medal. I mean how how surreal is that for you and your family. But I can't say window because I think you win third place but you get living. Oh it was good. I thought he talks but you know like I say it is. Loss became world champion himself. And things that you know we're okay with one of the good guys want to get back. One of the gap through the community that we live in that we came from do better by this representing flint representing the United States. So well we've been speak with Anthony. Anthony Durell WANNA remind everybody and this is GonNa be on Saturday two PM to six PM eastern go to twitch DOT TV slash flint tonight once again twitch dot TV flint. Fight night and You can check out. Participants like Anthony taking place plan Ea's UFC three from their PS fours. Offer good caused Anthony. Congratulations on everything. Really appreciate you and the way you give back and hopefully we'll catch up down the road man appreciate you having me on on all right. Good stuff I'm rick. It'll take a quick break. Come on back you gotTA open segment If you or a loved one is suffering from physical or emotional condition that has left you unable to work then. Listen carefully take this number down. Eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one. That's eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one when you call you'll speak with a social security disability expert and get a free evaluation to see if you may qualify for disability insurance benefits from the US government. 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If that sounds fun it wasn't but they they had a staff of a lot of FBI. People foreign born Irish and one of them was father burn and he goes Halley. My friends or office and he would shake your hand and he would try to break every in your hand which I didn't think was funny at fourteen. Like why is this priest squeezing my hand as hard as he could discuss and I go. What are you doing? I always treat my friends their office but only after Thanksgiving we came back. And I heard about this. 'cause my little brother you're behind me. You got thrown out of his class because father said did you have Cherki for tanks giving you have Cherki for Thanksgiving. My brother Said No. We had taken out. Qatada cloth anyway back to Jordan. We got to see a little bit into the gambling reputation. Ooh The one thing that the golden boy Jordan squeaky clean image remember the Jordan rules came out and oh Jordan. Oh he said. Don't pass the ball to Whitey. It's it's not that bad. I wouldn't either. But the gambling thing it was nineteen ninety-three and became front page news that he was seen at an Atlantic City casino the night before game two of the Eastern Conference finals against the Knicks took a little trip down to. Ac didn't play well in game one which Chicago lost and then game too. He kind of burned out down the stretch and the Knicks took too seriously. It didn't matter. They won the series but the media connected the dots. Jordan must've been tired from an all. Nighter wasn't the first time a gambling headline was hovering over. Jordan's head to WHO BECAUSE He previously had paid a debt of over fifty grand to a drug dealer slash. Money Launderer who he later. Had to go to court to testify against guy named slim but Does that mean Jordan has a gambling program Problem it's I think. Ridiculous assertion that people make then and now. There's a devastating like gambling. And then a problem. It's like Oh Ricardo has a video game problem if I never shower and I let my fingernails get like Howard Hughes and No humans ever talked to me because I have clockwork orange. My eyeballs know everything in moderation. Plus he had a lot of cash so you say how. Can YOU LOSE? Fifty thousand dollars gambling. Because that's like fifty bucks to him okay. He's beyond rich and he's competitive as competitive can be and gambling US something. Millions of people love to do. And you're supposed to do it within the confines of what you can afford not screwing up everything which sometimes it's a fine line to walk was Jordan ruining everything Let's see now. He was not ruining everything. But these are the type of things that Sam. Smith's Book Corus Sam Smith in 'cause I don't think you know of Jordan rules. The book was not a hatchet job by the way Sam Smith being interviewed. Now he's got. This sort of trevor was the guy's name on the giants he's smiling. He's not smiling. It was just. It wasn't a hatchet job was behind the curtain. Look at Michael Jordan. The old be like Mike Gatorade Guy. What's really like but Jordan was not used to negative press. He had good relationships with reporters. You know it's Funny Lynn. You hear about you know Jordan San Pointing at reporters insane. I got you reports. Used to be much more powerful much more influential back in the day. And it's because this is all we did. We read the sports page. What I was hosting this show. If I didn't have the sports page in front of me when I first started I'd be like Oh. How do I know what's going on? You know we just read everything now off the Internet but these guys held a big rap specially in their towns. And you know there's no social media back then there's a carefully crafted brand image. A image and Jordan was able to with David. Falk shape that image. Just right which reminds me now of Kevin Durant not play style and they both have rings but durant is one of those all time great players as I said there's Jordan and everybody else Brad Pitt but to say the least he's quite touchy about what people say about him and the differences social media is around now so durant. Here's everything about himself and he's insecure about it and he's created burner accounts and he's you know. There was a kid in his dorm. It was eighteen years old saying yeah I gotta say Durant when it comes down to is not clutch. And then he's like why not? Why would you say I'm not clutch? Like oh my Gosh and you think about Michael. That whole year fills not coming back then. Jordan said well. I'm not going back and fills not coming back so every day. Are you not coming back? Mike? And He Kinda Smile and Laugh K next question. Durant got asked that twice and had a baby about it because durant was in a walk year and one time it was Ethan Strauss and another time it was Mark Medina and then he's like he told the media grow up never that his famous grow up speech. I wasn't there for that that day. Not beat writer. I was there for like playoff games. Because he was asked twice and one of them was after a trade had gone down with the UNI brow and Sago. And now we hear this now. You're gonNA join the Lakers. He says grow up and then the Knicks. Oh they've freed up some cash. There's no more porzingas. So you're going to the Knicks grow up. Jordan was privately stewing obviously about things but he was more stewing about stuff like Clyde Drexler. He enjoyed her the same. He's like were this same. I'm offended by that time. He has it over on Jordan. No he doesn't and Jordan says my fame. It was good at the beginning. Anytime people talk about you in a positive way and it's great to hear those comments but now that you're on a pedestal. It's just not the positive talk. You're hearing your some people taking shots at you and that really changes the whole idea of being out there for people to see now. Do you remember the seen where it showed Jordan in his hotel room smoking a cigar? He goes this. This is my only bite you know. The second he got off the Elevator Blah People. Just dying like leaning over the railing. Please look at me touch me. Sign this oh my gosh so you can say maybe durant and like the fact. That steph curry was getting attention when he was getting attention. I mean when people if somebody suggested pippen is actually better than Jordan is right now humanity. How Livid Jordan would be but you can bet if twitter was around in nineteen ninety there would be plenty of Laker fans who would be saying Magic's better and I mean it's just it would be so stupid like it is now I mean we. We see it in real time. This isn't the type of where we're going to go back and say you know what. Maybe the pet rock wasn't a great idea. We know now that twitter stupid so it's in real time Gavin. That's how it is right now but in defensive durant he's a human being and we all are sensitive to different things. Bam. Our JIRA is scared of snakes. We all have our own things and so kids doesn't make Kevin Durant a bad guy because he doesn't like hearing criticism and his knee jerk. Reaction is not to turn the other cheek or to just let it go so Jordan had again on. This one guy wrote a book. Oh golfed with puts picture on the cover. Look here's me Jordan. Golfing scumbag could come back little sailing fix a and the house where the promise to vote. I wanted to ask why this is Karen. Lyle of Sport Talk. And I've been having a continuing conversation with Sir Robin Knox Johnson. He is in Portsmouth Hampshire England and of course I am here in the San Francisco Bay area in California the United States and we have been discussing the time at sea and also gardening. You were actively involved in saline an ocean graduate. You know I went to see when I was in the brain and we had the mess fantastic training. I mean those days Britain had eighteen percent mentioned ships had a really good system setup for it and I say safe for the next twelve years and then the truth around the welcome that but after down The whole system is changing and I didn't like the way it was going side if the sea and I will Sabrina on the handle with a bunch of friends and student nature. But you know it was it was. It was time to change. Things are changing the British match Ramos collapsing. And it wasn't a good time to that. Because you're going to be made redundant so I'd probably pick the right time to get out but after that I buy raced was in business. Obviously dog societal. I still like racing. Side kept on racing on one around Britain race twice. I was in visage Doubles Cup team. The whitbread race. I beat Frenchman in both leagues. I A lend. I went to do other things like winning. The Multi Hull will championship. I was just racing because I love Gracie I might pull wife just to put up with it. Got Me was just say the garden needs supposing out you say reducted okay. I better do this. You like gardening. I love gardening was nothing desert to me watching. Spring would have been starting to grow. And what you wanted is coming out looking at this. I of cobbing. I didn't bullets with Pity crime didn't hear it. It's the city two thousand people and the yard ready with about three square meters garden. But I'm proud to advertise dog night nurtured. What I'd really like is lot more space to grow up more clouds. Thank you sir. Robin for that level chat this past weekend. I took a tour of the San Francisco Bay and my sailboat. Sandpiper and spotted three signal flags C. G over one on the port side of the San Francisco Yacht clubs mass those familiar with maritime history know that this configuration states. I will stand by to assist you. The San Francisco Maritime Association hopes that yacht clubs around the world might also fly these flags. I will stand by to assist you. That is a great message. This is caroline of sales sport. Talk a all right. Thank you for that and welcome back to the show Rick till with you. Coast to coast around the world on American Forces Radio Network. It's Tuesday at nine. Forty am out here in California. And that means sale sports talk DOT COM and Always Co hosting the segment with me. Is Karen Lyle also at her home in the East Bay? How're you doing? Karen has to go out and have carried out the ocean on the on. My boat is less weekend. You got to go out on your boat okay. I think I caught the end of that. We do have a guest. So let's bring her in its. Pm McDonald MacDonald is epidemiologist and the senior director of applied research at international Twenty five years of experience in this field of public health and PIA. Thank you so much. How does How are we dealing with the pandemic when it comes to the sailing world? Thank you. Thank you for having me so being a sailor myself I've had pretty minimal experience. I did some sailing in high school on the San Francisco Bay but That's pretty much my experience with dealing though I come to it more from the epidemiological standpoint of disease and how it moves around the world and move through populations and interestingly the history of infectious diseases and sailing goes back a very long time so I suspect that boaters and sailors have more experience with the concept that the general population today are having to learn intimately so examples include isolation and quarantine. Those are things that go back deep into the history of sailing imports whereas those might be new terms for some of the more landlocked book Not GonNa McDonald's wife killing nineteen so different different from pandemics of the path. Yeah that's a good question. And many people ask me as an infectious disease epidemiologist. Is this really something worrying? Is it something I should be concerned about the world overreacting to covert nineteen and I can tell you in in Twenty Five Years Doing Infectious Disease Epidemiology? This is been one of the most frightening things that I have seen. And it's really something that continues to keep me up at night and I can assure you that. We are not overreacting at all in tears. Why the the novel Corona Virus that Causes Covert nineteen disease is totally new to humans lethal pathogen? We're all susceptible to the virus as far as we can tell since we've not been exposed to it in the past. We also know that it moves to one person to another quickly and efficiently and we're still trying to figure out exactly how it does it and under what circumstances the other scary thing that people can infect it before they even know they're sick so that's called as symptomatic and that means that someone can walk around feel fine and actually be spreading the virus from one person to another the other. Scary thing is. We don't have a vaccine earliest. Vaccines could possibly go into study in humans in early twenty twenty one that means that they get studied in humans. We don't know and we won't know for quite a while if those vaccines works so there's multiple different vaccine candidates but if they work and when they work and when they can be produced in a way to actually make enough for for various populations across the world that also is very much to be determined. The other thing is we don't have effective therapeutics so if someone gets sick we don't have effective way to necessarily treat them and then there's still so much we don't know about the basics around transmission epidemiology clinical treatment and other things so that's a really terrifying claims to be starting from and that's what makes us pandemic particularly scary. You mentioned Ports and how in the old days this is how you know a lot of transmissions took place as sailors bringing it in a lot of times Unknowingly to a new place around the world and we know the stories about being at sea and the privations and the starvation and the scurvy. And they didn't know why there was scurvy and it turned out it was just a lack of vitamin C. And so a lot of things these things in your field people had to learn the hard way and a lot of them were sailors. Weren't they yes? So it was interesting back and even look at the word. Quarantine Quarantine is actually derived from the Venetian dialect and it refers to forty days and comes from the early thirteen. Hundred ships were required to lay anchor for forty days prior to the crew being able to go on land and that was to prevent the plague the black death moving from boats into port and so that notion of quarantine and what that means the sailors have been managing and working and figuring out how to live on ships isolated for forty days in a port waiting and that is a very new concept for a lot of people but again even the word goes back to the earliest days of of trade and travel and both well not McDonald right now. Just I'm just GONNA give you a case a case it's happening right now in in in the world is that there are maybe two to five hundred votes that are in different parts of Different Oceans and the Caribbean Sea in the Mediterranean and Indian Ocean that need to come home to Europe and their small boats. They're not coming all at the same time. They have sailors on him. Any hurricane season coming up in those hurricanes those boats can be cat. Five lives can be lost and none of these sailors have had an opportunity to provision. Because they didn't know that covered nineteen. What's going to happen now? I realized that this is something where we we. We're GONNA have a long-term planning is going to have to happen for these coming years. But what what types of things could've could've a government report take into consideration You know for the sailors who are coming in from your perspective and expertise. Yeah so this issue. A boats and people moving around the world and and really not cruise ships. We're talking about smaller basketball. So there's there's issues from both sides the people who are coming into port. They'd been to other places. Maybe maybe not. Let's say they've been on the boat for fourteen days and we know they're not infected with the corona virus because they haven't shown symptoms for fourteen days which is the incubation period for the disease. So while they they become into port. They're bringing themselves but they're also bringing their sewage. They're bringing their sewage into and that needs to be managed we do. There is knowledge that there could be virus shedding in sewage. So if they've been sick with Cova nineteen or other diseases that can transfer via sewage. There is an issue of the sewage. Potentially being contaminated. Let's say that the people are fine and they come to report if they're moving is they're coming into a port where there is a lot of transmission of the virus within the community. It's quite dangerous to go on short. Because they're susceptible was likely and the people on shore may or may not have the disease and the virus and the spreading to be able to spread to the people while they're getting gas or getting food in the stores and that type of thing nonetheless. There's gotta be a safe a safe. Irv Way to do that kind of business. Because voters are experiencing the same thing that people living on land are experiencing in terms of being into get provisions to bring them home so I think moving bullard grocery stores and gas stations and other essential services are working very hard in the various countries to figure out how to do business almost as usual but with the the Interventions in place to minimize risk to both those who need come into the stores or get those services as well as to protect the employees of establishments. We're GONNA have to get creative and think out of the box and how to do that kind of stuff safely so I think voters have similar issues as the general population living on land. And it's a new way. We're going to have to do business for a while when you you know. There's a lot of blame game going on right. Now which is probably counterproductive. We should put all our focus into stopping this right now but as someone who's been doing this your whole career and you've seen a Bola and Avian Flu. Sars Zeke and all this stuff could could you see this coming or could you. At least see. We're not going to be ready for this. If hits in earnest like this yes so I've worked for a long time in public health preparedness. Those don't ethically internationally and the all of us who work in useful to know that you know just the same. If you live in California you know there will be a next big earthquake. We know that there's no way around that fact. We hope that that's going to not happen. And we use a lot of denial. The convince ourselves. We'll be safe if it happens. The same is true of pandemics. We know that there are certain very dangerous pathogens that we do not have effective treatment or vaccine those include things like merce which is the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome. Which is has its corona viruses. Well we know that we know meet the virus loss of fever and there have been NGOs and government consortium to are working on developing vaccines for those customers diseases. That don't impact a lot of people. A lot of pharmaceutical companies than vaccine manufacturers are not interested in in those corona virus. Really comes out of nowhere because I I shouldn't say nowhere. Corona viruses were thought to be innocuous because they do 'cause traditional colds during the winter season so ten to thirty percent of all winter colds come from various forms of krona virus. Those are not thought to be lethal but stars is a corona virus. Immerses a carnival than those popped up in The two thousand and those were the first instant of a deadly weasel to human corona virus. And now we're seeing the next iteration on that the thing there's a lot of Things about this virus that are surprising and the fact it is so new and so widespread is really. What's up ending our public health system so in an in an outbreak or epidemic. What happened to one place like bullying West Africa? The rest of the world was able to support the response to a bullet in West Africa. Because we didn't have that going on in our countries but in this situation where the pandemic and it's it's impacting all countries. Pretty much at the same time. We're not being we. It's very hard to help others. And we're all scrambling for the same equipment like the You know personal protective equipment like masks and hospital Captain Gown and respirators were all scrambling for the same stuff and there's issues with the supply chain. Most pharmaceutical products and and and even treatment the ingredients in most of our pharmaceuticals come from China and India. So when their supply chain is disrupted that has a ripple effect on the rest of the world in terms of us being able to do healthcare as we know it. So there's those kind of issues that are very dangerous but but I would have thought I thought our next big challenge as a global community was actually going to be some form of pandemic influenza so influences one of those that we have seasonal influenza. That's more traditional. Sometimes it can have a higher fatality rates than other years. But we have a vaccine for that. It's not always effective but there are new forms of influence. They get mixed and matched with animals and humans mingling together. I thought that the pandemic would be that. I thought the most next week talk. Pandemic would be one in the form of influenza so the fact that it was the corona virus. That is a surprise to me fascinating stuff from Dr Pierre. Mcdonald's senior director of applied research our international doctor. Thank you so much for your time and What you're doing for all of us and hopefully we'll Maybe catch up in a better time. Thank you thanks for calling epidemiologist to ask these kind of question. Yes and Karen just in ten seconds. How has your John Out on the bay? I had five hours playing out in the ocean on Swells that were far apart and pleasant right before the fog king so I to get back inside the gate before the king. Alright Karen thank you. We'll talk to you next week. Sports Talk Dot Com. I'm Rick Tuttle. Come on back. Are you over fifty? Would you like to get up to thirty three percent more income in retirement than call now for this free book? Annuity do's and don'ts for baby boomers from a leading financial firm on maximizing your income in retirement. That's right free. 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I wish you would try and slap Rick Kittles Mama's face he would clown you are a couple of minutes left an hour number one of three Ron R. Test Malice at the palace. All that great stuff guy who was on my show last year very chill but he changed his name. We've seen that in the NBA cream. Diligent BORROWS LEW alcindor. We'll be free. Was Lloyd free Akeem Olajuwon became Hakim. Show on well never. Our test changed his name to Metta World Peace and honestly I never met a world peace. I didn't like and he said he got tired of Ron. Rt's Ron our tests. He goes he's a blank and Meta is a Buddhist word. Mitch means loving kindness. Well he's changed his name again now. His name is Meta Ford. Our Test Metaphor Hyphen R. Test. He's now married to a woman named Maya Ford. He's been married to him a name. Kim Shy Hatfield. But he's married to my afford and he decided to do that. Remember for a while there. He changed his name to panda friend literally. So he's on his fourth name. Why the Hell Not Little America? You're free to change. Its damn name whenever you want armored. He'll come on. You're listening to Hartland. Newsfeed RADIO NETWORK. Live twenty four seven at heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram's cast for me The v Twenty twenty. I'm Mike Clifford apparent blame for Kovac nineteen continues to bounce one way and then another CNN reporting. Intelligence shared among five is nations indicates. It's highly unlikely that. The Corona virus outbreak was credited result of an accident in a laboratory but rather originated in a Chinese market. That's according to Western officials who cited an intelligence assessment that appears to contradict claims by both president trump at secretary of state. Mike Pompeo quoting Western diplomatic official. We think it's highly unlikely it was an accident. It is highly likely it was naturally occurring and the human infection was from natural human and animal interaction. Cnn as the country's in the five is intelligence sharing coalition or coalescing around the assessment meantime the US has yet to make a formal assessment public. A new analysis of the death count from unknown causes. It accounts cove nineteen death. Numbers may be incomplete which has implications for the process of reopening states like Ohio recent. Cdc Data Indicates Ohio overall death rates are flat not so in New York which is seen them double so far this year policy analyst. Lauren Anthony with the Center for Community Solutions Warns At assessment may be overly rosy because the buckeyes state is lagging behind on reporting its data. We're likely looking like RON trends. Because the data is an accurate and so going to happen is once the data catches up. We're GONNA see these numbers change the data show threefold spike in the number of deaths from unknown cases in Ohio. For the past four months at the says it could indicate clinic. Didn't know what hit them. At first as a testing ramps up the coming weeks the state will be better able to determine the true Cova nineteen mortality rate native Americans facing a series of barriers voting. In Montana's upcoming primary election. Eric it off explains due to Kuban. Nineteen all Montana counties are providing a vote by mail option. Marcy McLean head of Western. Native Voice says this presents the first challenge for native Americans on Reservations. The overwhelming majority of whom have their mail delivered to a post office. Box because of the virus. Mclean says there are health risks with giving folks rides to ballot offs or their post office which can be miles away. Lastly the new ballot Interference Protection Act will prevent groups such as Western native voice from delivering more than six ballots at a time curtailing common practice of collection in native American communities the Belt Appearance Protection Act and Co vid and vote by mail. It's a triple whammy on our communities and the right and access to vote McLean says. Her group picked up more than eight hundred ballots. In the two thousand eighteen election balance will be mailed on Friday for the June second. Primary this is pms the Lgbtq community faces special challenges during the cove in nineteen crisis. These challenges are the focus of a series of virtual townhall. Start Tomorrow night. The events will be a forum for the LGBTQ plus people to bring up the issues. They've been facing and brainstorm about solutions. Nicole Crystal President of the group still bisexual is a CO leader of the out for Mental Health Task Force in Los Angeles. 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They don't you. Administration has the back of the companies and we'll support to companies and do everything it can to prioritize the supply chain over the people who actually make the supply chain run according to data from the CDC nearly five thousand cases of Covy nineteen have been confirmed about workers in one hundred fifteen meat and poultry processing facilities across the country. Finally Mark. Richardson tells US Arizona. Consumer groups want regulated power companies to use cost savings from lower power demand during the pandemic to provide emergency aid to ratepayers. The coalition is asking the Arizona Corporation Commission to prevent the state's largest private power utilities from using funds already earmarked for future energy efficiency programs to pay for a proposed emergency customer relief. 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Thank you for that. Welcome back to the show coast to coast around the world on American forces. It's our pleasure to welcome Marshall to the show. His new book is called both feet on the ground. Marshall is an extreme endurance athlete. He's done a lot of things that people might say are crazy. He would say are great and now at this book. Marshall you're saying not only is going outside good for you physically but it's therapeutic As well mentally. It's the whole deal you're saying right. Yes that's exactly what I'm saying You know I I like Certain things like Air Fire water in how we can connect with that so you know with the elements of the Earth as well within the book what I do is I talk a little bit about how our food is sourced. I talk about that but yeah it's very healing to go outside as as we have discovered particularly With the covert nineteen. I saw a study of the other day and I believe the number was ninety three percent and that was the amount of time the average human spends at least in the Western world spins indoors. I I wouldn't think you fit into that ninety three percent what would it be your percentage of having a roof over your head day in and day out. Well I would say maybe a third of the time when I'm sleeping Of that I try and be outside most of the time and particularly like doing extreme events of course being outside because it helps me connect not only with the earth but you know of course myself what is it about I mean. You've you've done things like I mean. First of all climbing Mount Everest that would be in and of itself the adventure of a lifetime. But a for a guy like you. That's just one little box that you tick and you just go onto the next thing. What what is it about you that you'd think Is the Serbian Hillary? I'm climbing it. Because it's their type situation you don't not so much. I think it's a personal challenge. But it's also a creative challenge for me to just create new things My basis for running of course and then I got into adventure racing like the challenges and so on so forth but the mountaineering I touched upon that because that was a dream of mine since I was five years old to climb Mount Everest so I don't want to say you know was something that I wanted to tick off Because you know. I think that's disrespectful to the mountain and I know that sounds kind of Corny but You know it's just kind of you know who I am. I disliked things that are challenging and challenge myself and low and behold the I find going outside brings me inside To what I made of and I discovered peacefulness also very interesting. And can you share? Your experience will quickly. Because I've been seeing these shows where I mean it's hard enough just to get to base camp and then you have to have everything. Go right and the timing has to be perfect and the storms. Come with no warning and I saw this thing the other day where these guys looked like they were gonNA have their window to make it but there were some Weekend Warrior type climbers who were blocking one of the the ladders and the timing wasn't working out and the base camp told them. Look you gotta come back down now or you're GONNA die. I mean what was that. Like for you at the timing and everything having to go just right well. I climbed with Russians from the north side. The Russian or north side is a little bit more technical in literally the camps were so we just had one camp and so we had to draw straws and we were just outside of good weather window however So when we started out on that morning summit morning You know here. We are at twenty seven thousand feet and I climbed with another person is is name was David the Angelo and we just had a very narrow window and it was storming. There was thirty mile an hour winds There was another group of Italians that were just in front of us and because the weather was so bad. It was supposed to clear up supposedly. It was so bad that nobody from the south or the north side got out of their tents except us to climbing groups the Italians and us so there were six of us on the mountain total. We got up to the top. The window opened up. We had about an hour of good weather where the sun actually came through and then on the way down at started dumping snow and we had six feet but You know I had a good experience. Of course I'd had a lot of experience with the ECO. Challenge is doing work Traveling with crampons so on and so forth The altitude was the most most technical difficult part of it But you know when I got to the top rick what I felt was just extreme gratitude for about twenty thirty minutes that we spend up there and then it got to be just a little bit creepy. I mean you're thinking to yourself because you pass bodies on the way up and some of them are still clip to the ropes. Six died That year when I was going up so Before me so it's it's kind of creepy place but you really have to keep your wits about you more than anything and just be confident that you can succeed and what you put your mind to and if something happens That is out of your control you know. Take for instance. The weather comes in. You. Just gotTA BE SMART You know what's more valuable getting to the toppers saving your own life. That's absolutely amazing. And you know you've you've run across the Gobi desert you've run through jungles and in Fiji and it just reminds the bill bryson line that he said he wants ran through spiderweb so big that it was more like someone throwing a net on him. Have you ever had any problems with a perilous situations? Then he critters and your travels you know not so much out in death valley. I've run into you know Scorpions and things like that. I did a a circumnavigation where we dug cashews and we were totally self sufficient went around death valley like they were. Scorpions there Although they didn't bother us unless you get them in your sleeping bag or crawling your shoe or something like that But we've been pretty fortunate. Nothing and we'd been paddling out on the open seas and things during the Eko challenges There's been spiders and snakes and things but you know if you pay attention there. Most the time. They're more afraid of you than you are of them. So you know nothing nothing that Out of the ordinary I suppose Besides the fact that we just saw a lot of you know very different animals different places. Okay very cool finally both feet on the ground reflections from the outside I know you've done so many speaking engagements and try to take what you learned and persevered through your experience and put it into the just the corporate world but into the everyday world and we really need advice like this in these times when people are cooped up and losing their minds so what. What will this book bring to the every man? Well I think it will hopefully will molded that. Motivate them to not be afraid of going outside trying something different to persevered through whatever it is that they challenge that they face but mostly to get out there. Find an inner peace by going outside Getting out on the trails and so on and so forth and I do realize that you have to be safe. Of course you know by wearing masks and so on and so forth but You know it's very important to pay attention to that but you can get out on the city streets and maintain a distance and things like that. But you can. All you have to do is get outside even for you know fifteen minutes to thirty minutes in. It'll it'll give you a piece and retain your sanity. WanNa make sure that everybody checks out Marshall or new book go to marshal or a dot com but of course big hit with this first book running on empty. This one is called both feet on the ground reflections from the outside from DNA. Looks Marshall congratulations on another great book and Hopefully we'll catch up down the road on them. Okay thank you I appreciate you. Having me on the show goodstuff open lines next. I'm Rick Tuttle. Come on back on sports by hi. I'm Dr Robert Clapper Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at Cedars Sinai Medical Group in Los Angeles California dedicated to your health. Your life and your sports as a weekend warrior. You know about sports injuries and pain exercises important element in keeping your body's core in good shape to minimize sports injuries. 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Right around the time I go to bed literally another game And if you're into it then you're really excited right but you figure like I don't want baseball for baseball sake or maybe you do. The thing is there's only ten teams and maybe you need a little thumbnail on who you should be rooting for. I don't have a team yet. Maybe after we go over this I will the Dussan bears those so. That's the team. I know the best. They're the first established team the first champion in league history they started in nineteen eighty two they also are the current holders of the title and a bit of a powerhouse and they the Korean series which is their world series. They've been in six of the past seven and you might be called a front runner if you pull for debt bears. That's okay by the way. They're young pitcher Lee. Young Ha twenty two years. Old is a rising ace. Then the other team I think gets a lot of player the Kia Tigers and they get great gas mileage and they're also a hugely successful team. They've won the title eleven times. Think about this. They've been to the Korean series eleven times. There are eleven. No Jerry Seinfeld George Kramer. Eleven in Ohio is pristine beyond belief buffalo bills like that and blush title in the last ten years was three years ago the top performer last year. Pitching wise was tigers. Left-hander NAMED YOUNG JOE. Yong who through to a two two nine The LG twins all these teams have formed an eighty two and that's otherwise noted but the LG twins of course Kia obviously the car company. Lg is The Electronics Company. And they're just named after the Minnesota twins. That's already too boring for me. The Lahti giants Cao's original six NHL. And they're the lovable losers. Apparently they're the most popular team in Korea and they've only won two titles in their history and so they are the least successful of the original six and they finished dead last in the league last year they only won forty eight games but if you do have strains and a team maybe like the the fashion because they have. This kind of throwback San Francisco giants type of Not had the hat is a G. It's not an SF but they're definitely orange and black and I like the fact that they have the Kappa logo and Kappa the Italian company which has a man and a woman sitting back to back. And maybe they're nude. Maybe they're not. You can't really tell but I remember I was wearing a tottenham kappa check to a youth soccer game and one of the DADS said that joke. It's pornography you're stupid and I'm not going to remove it but a passionate fan base remind you of the cubs lovable losers. Of course then. They started winning so by the way the giants mascot is they call the adorable Siegel. And it's a little bird the beak and he's got white hair coming out from under his giants Cap. Why it's a seagull with the giants. I don't know but then again we have Lucille because pure thirty nine then we have the loose ale that I saw getaway from a place in Chinatown. We have the Samsung lions original six. They've been to the postseason more than any other team. Twenty seven times. Not titles like Yanks They have eight Korea series titles though that is the second most they went to dominant stretch beginning this decade. They won four Korea series in war in a row. Eleven twelve thirteen fourteen and then ten fifteen book ending it. They lost but they haven't called five for the playoffs in five years and the lions look almost exactly like the Detroit lions which is weird. The Hanwha Eagles came in in Nineteen eighty-six and the Hanwha Eagles were the very first expansion team and K B O. They have not won any playoff series in thirteen years. And since then they've only qualified once things have not been good but they have a very passionate fan base. They had a little bit of success. In early. Two thousands they are nicknamed the dynamite bats not Hanwha food bats or ozzy. Osbourne Bat and Hanwa's reputation is for explosives hitting K S. K Y Verne's or dragons without arms. These guys came in in two thousand and they started off the season. The best team in the entire league. They blew a seven game lead late. They finished top with the deuce on bears. They went to the playoffs and they were swept in the first round there player. There is a corner infielder named Jong Choi and last year. He hit two ninety by the way in his fifteen years. K B O. Three hundred and thirty home runs and exactly one thousand. Rbi about that and then a couple more teams you got the key wound heroes which came in in two thousand eight. They were third last year behind S. K. Induce on they made the Korean series but fell short for their first title ever their mascot is T- okeydoke Dory which means Mr Jaw. It's a guy with a big jaw. I don't know what the cultural ramifications are about that but there are two major league prospects on that team shortstop named Hocine Kim and outfitter named Chung who Lee. Who will be posted this winter by the way the guy who lead in home runs last year is on that team building whole park. And he is an expert bat flipper and then they said a couple more the NC diagnose. Dyno's have some really weird dinosaur mascot the massacred the mascot. The main one is dandy the tyrannosaurus. They've got a couple of good young players best position players they're catcher named Yuji Yang and they have a great young pitching Chongwu coup. Who's only twenty three and then finally the last team is the K T whiz which is going into their fifth season and they stink. They have done nothing in there. I for years. So here's an opportunity to get in on the ground floor if you want that. Now if you're into the MERCH game you might like their hat. But they have a couple of horrifying demons and ghosts as their mascot. Which I don't get but they do have one kid and I mean kid. He's twenty years old. He's an outfielder named bake whole Kong. Who a lot of people say is the future of the League and guy who was rookie of the year last year and Making his debut against the Lahti giants going three for five with three home runs. So what team would I want the Wiz now? It sounds like the dyno's the heroes? The Wide Verne's the eagles the lions giants that twins the Tigers the bears. Do I WANNA be a front runner? Honest opinion is I don't like any of them but me maybe I'll take the dinas just because they're so stupid I don't know I can't say I'm on board with any of them but baseball's on ESPN. They will remind you that I will talk a little hockey on the other side. 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Get it out. Here's a Patrick Who Cares about anything else? When you've got rick tittle on the radio. I know it's so true. Welcome back to the show to the with you. Coast to coast and around the world on American Forces Radio Network. We like to check in once a week with our friend. Bruce Marshall he has the gold sheet for all your prognostication needs down in Las Vegas but we use the segment to talk about the National Hockey League and Bruce Right after we basically got off the phone last week the NHL came out with the twenty four team playoff format. That's been floated. Nothing is of course going to happen. Just Yet but we have to find out when the precise date of the transition is the phase. Two we know that the DNA the NFL's going release a schedule. Major League. Baseball is close to releasing something as well. But what do you think about a twenty four team playoff format? I'm okay with it Rick. I mean it's it's different. It's it's a different situation this year is you know and You know maybe that's what's required to get this stuff going again this year There is some precedent for this if you remember the NFL. Back in nineteen eighty two loss. Basically half of it to work stoppage that you're Doubled the size of its playoffs for that. One season and one-season only Sixteen from eight to sixteen back in nineteen eighty two So it's not unprecedented for them to consider for export to do something like this and this is certainly a You know he's he's situations that require something different to be done so I I'd be I'd be whole heartedly for though I'm I've got a pretty low bar to clear in that regard wreck. I'd be happy with any sort of hockey or NBA or baseball right now. So if they WANNA THEY WANNA go eighteen. That'd be fine with that but that's not well. The AP was reporting that maybe they could do a pod city in Edmonton and Toronto but then the PM. Justin Trudeau said basically Great but any foreigner coming into Canada is going to have to follow the quarantine protocols and so that's the thing to remember about hockey is is not only. Is it a union full of international players? I mean fifty percent basically come from outside North America but it's it's a sport in in two different countries with different rules to yeah and and the international thing makes it a little bit difficult right now quarantining. So that's why I don't think Any I mean even if they decided right. Now we're going to do this The mechanics to to put it together. Probably mean that they couldn't start until June one anyway. my my gut feel is that that's just because of the logistics involved in because of still a lot of the unknowns That June is probably certainly early June. It's probably too soon if they are okay. Doing this in July and August I and that's an I could sorta see. Mlb taking off right around fourth of July. Anyway then I think it might be doable. But it's GonNa take you know at least three weeks or so. I think To get physical logistics ready get the teams to play and all that and And yet they. I mean it's still just talk speech and actually get into the mechanics of making it work. It's GonNa take a while to put it together if they don't start it by July at the start of July. They might as well. Just wait 'til next season because then you're pushing to and it's doable. I mean this. This is ended up effectively being in the summer break. Although at different can't really go anywhere for these teams but I mean they would have had that much time off but they tend to get back on the ice so July August September as the you know the sort of a roster shakeups the team changing free agency and all that compressed and then started mid you know made our. Tober in November perhaps but They're gonNA have to juggle it but I don't see any of these sports before July really getting going. That's the best case scenario you know and I think it's also a jarring reminder when you see some of these athletes like if you look at yours rock and you know. He's at a hockey now. But this guy was such an enforcer over the years thing most remember him with with Edmund Ten but a couple of days ago posted a picture of himself in a hospital bed you know on a ventilator with the big smile on his face they said he has cove nineteen he's asthmatic he said. Hey all fight it off and it's You know you think about big tough strong guys this. This guy was about as big and tough as it came and the good news is. He's sitting there smiling face. He looks good. But it's still it's jarring to see one of your own laying in a bed like that so I'm sure for the players that was maybe a little bit of a wakeup call for them. Yeah it is and You know it's GonNa be a bit jarring and I think that's the other thing too You're talking about Active players at this stuff and if somebody's tested with it and even if his team is I mean you could. You could have a a player. They're going have to through the summer if they do get back in July or whenever they're going to have to be testing the active players and if one of them comes down with the corona them You know he couldn't play. But then you think your whole team's to be quarantined so there's a lot of. There's a lot of delicate things that have to go on here. Short-term I mean let's hope you know down the road here that they can figure something out here. And the whole and in the fall to the social distancing Alex longer that endures the more disruptive everything is going to be and I live in place here in Las Vegas. The better start asking itself some hard questions if it wants to be viable in the future You know Never mind go nights. It's just Las Vegas and general social distancing if it is a permanent thing Kills Las Vegas? Kills me so Let's just talk. This is just a short term fix here but short-term made is what it is so that's what the NHL He's other sports have to Kinda figure it looks like the NFL's put something together that makes it a little bit of sense But what's the those are also mostly outdoor stadiums. Indoor activity be a little bit different. Come more questions for Bruce Marshall in Vegas with the goal sheet about the NHL. On Friday. The Deputy Commissioner Bill. Daly sent a memo to all the teams. Espn got a hold of it. And they're reportedly targeting June five draft. Which is three weeks before the schedule draft which was supposed to be on. June twenty six and twenty seventh in in Montreal because the League points out that if the season resumes and runs into the summer that they'll have a very short window of time to prep between a draft lottery and the draft itself hearing that the NHL is enthusiastically in favour of an early draft. And they think it's a great opportunity to get fans reengaged for who've been missing hockey for for six weeks and you know you get to junior talking about maybe up to two to three months but I think it's interesting when you hear about you know. Mlb pushing back their draft the NHL is pushing up their draft. I think it's a good idea right for just as reasons you said. And the reasons mister daily mentioned that because you know it does. Kinda put hockey becky out there. If the teams figure they can still do a decent job with the draft and doesn't change how much they were the mechanics of it too much other than maybe the you know the one venue thing but There were like the NFL. Yeah I think I think it can do you can. They can make adjustments with with timing and all that Because of the situation right now listen to the drafts and in general throughout history you know I'll referred back to the NFL. I mean it's the NFL draft. When I was growing up in the sixties and rick they helped draft even before the NFL merge was for the regular season. And I mean it would be in November and December. You'd have drafts. And this was the league's warning and even right after the merger. I mean drafts are usually held January right after the Super Bowl. So you know. Lately they have been here at this late April. She just had two weeks ago. So that there's nothing etched install when you have to have a draft and it's you know in the NHL just a couple of weeks earlier than it normally would have been. I'll be no season going on at the same time so it's different but I applaud the. Nhl Wants to do that. I feel for it for sure now on the NHL they have fifteen lottery teams and the report is that they're gonNA use point percentages amassed until the League shut down on March twelfth to figure out who they who those teams are and then the other picks they save will be at the League's discretion which is very open window You'd think they would just go by by record so There's going to be some some complications. There's still some questions about how they're going to draft day trades for the NA for the NFL draft day trades. Were just about as normal as they as they always would but it would be but I think one of the more interesting things is the fact that daily said that the teams will be more prepared for this early draft than they've ever been and on the one hand you'd say well You know you're doing much quicker but on the other hand. They've been sitting on their hands for six weeks. And while you don't scout personally right now at least you've got some tape on these guys so I guess I guess I understand. But what do you think about the league's discretion to determine the other spots? Somebody's mad that I'm sure and I don't know if they can cover the something perfect i. I think that that one's GonNa be a little bit up in the air. I would be with you. Just do you know the whole thing. Points percentage thing and just do it as a shutdown Like the other point you make is you're right. They've had not much else to do. The last seven weeks or so so certainly able to pour over the draft stuff more southern normally might have been. You're right about the traits players involved. It's hard if that usually happens during draft at the seasons technically still going on. I would hope by June five though that they would have. I'm thinking is right around. And they can announce when they're gonNA reap starting and maybe it's going to be July and there will be a little bit of a rush for any interest so and all that stuff happens. I think it'd be good and then finally you know as they say you you know Vegas better than anybody and we know how important the casinos are to the business and the casinos. Of course you could say on the one hand. They are already kind of a petri dish because everybody is so jammed in there. But what what is what is. We've seen like these McDonald's hall and we'll say we're GONNA put these little spots where everyone stands six feet apart how you GonNa play blackjack. Six feet apart. Have they come up with an in scenarios like No they haven't yet but I mean they're talking about re possibilities reopen and all of these guidelines there keeping people this much apart that would be economically devastating because people listen. It's human interaction that makes the hotels and casinos in particular the main appeal of it. And what you've done is take human interaction home in a way. If you're going to implement all these things maybe have some of the stuff short-term but it can't be a long term thing And it's it's most people in Vegas for Leisure and when leisure becomes work That changes the dynamic as well one of the thing about Vegas to this is a major convention city and if that whole industry sorta of dries up and there's every indication that probably will at least a major hits Las Vegas. It's GonNa take a huge hit with that. They are looking at it even when they opened this thing up and I've talked to some people in town here who were just dense about this think. Oh Yeah it's GONNA BOUNCE RIGHT BACK. No it won't and For drivers walking come here is much safer be doom and gloom about it but Las Vegas is one place that is really going to have to figure this thing out or it's going to be a lot more trouble for a longer period of time and the gold sheet. What's going on? Well raped like you and everybody else are some games. Otherwise I'm just putting some stuff up there some nothing and working in a few other things but until some games come up won't have too much game is to talk about but we have some good read stuff up there some good stories in my draft which was The preview which end up pretty good picked the first time. Pretty good but We talked about what the teams have done off season up to that point. So it's a good week and Y- yeah gold sheet DOT COM. Make sure to check it out bruce. Thanks for the updates France. Stay safe down there. We'll talk to you next week. Okay Ricky thank you all right good stuff. I'm rick we'll take a quick break. 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Twenty twenty by clifford apparent blame for Kovac nineteen continues to bounce one way and then another CNN. Reporting Intelligence. Shared among five is nations indicates. It's highly unlikely that the corona virus outbreak was spreaded result of an accident in a laboratory but rather originated in Chinese market. That's according to to Western officials who cited an intelligence assessment that appears to contradict claims by both president trump at secretary of state. Mike Pompeo quoting Western diplomatic official. We think it's highly unlikely it was an accident. It is highly likely it was naturally occurring and the human infection was from natural human animal interaction. Cnn Adds that the countries in the five is intelligence sharing coalition or coalescing around the assessment meantime the US has yet to make a formal assessment public. A new analysis of the death count from Unknown Causes Indicates Cove in nineteen death. Numbers may be incomplete. 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Jeff Fahey who's nice enough to join us on the line right now. Jeff what what is it about this role that drew you to it? Because I know you're in a place where you know you can say no to projects. So what was this one that you said yes. I'm going to do this. Well thanks for having me on me. I appreciate it And the the reason for this well first of all the producer Rick Doug. Dale is an old friend and He introduced me to Daniel. Alfredsson director When they were working on other project but he told me about The the The trilogy that they were putting together Based on the the three novellas I thought I found it fascinating for number of reasons. First of all that it would be it would be shot in Europe and have a european-style approach to these to these films but also the fact that they were doing three films role. I'm giving you the attraction for me. aside from character and and the story mine. I I've always found it fascinating to to work with international groups Which this in particular. What rigged up pulled off on this. You know and I'm sure others have talked about it but you know they shot these three films back to back all films trilogy. And I think there's something like ninety six speaking roles from four different countries and a cruel of over three hundred from eight countries and you know they film in four different countries Slovenia wages Soviet in Belgium. So that alone. I've found fascinating because I'd be working with people of all different styles and approaches from the actors to the crew of some top director. And then there then the story itself I was attracted to the to the intrigue of the The style in the filmmaking. As I said I think this I kind of look at this as an intelligent Stylized thriller and So that's that's a number of the The many attractions I had to this. Yeah no doubt. It's got that kind of Eerie Scandinavian of Continental. You'll yeah I got to looking into your background. It's pretty fascinating when I think about your household and upstate New York and Fort. Fourteen kids and your family and at one point you you just took off. And then you up in a kibbutz in Israel where you usually don't think about Irish Catholic kid at a at a Kabul. What was it that? That's wanderlust that you had. I think rick it's the same thing as years later how I ended up in the industry I left it in early age and hitch a cross Canada from buffalo across Aghanistan up until To Alaska to go and find work on the pipeline back in the early seventies and then one thing led to another. I just traveled the world. And I think it's that same adventure that Brought me into the industry into theater and film and dance and so on and I still have that I hope to feel that I still have to have that. Approach that that energy and excitement of going into each one of these projects and I'm still on it right. I mean I'm sixty seven but I feel like I'm going on twenty seven th and ready for the next adventure no doubt about it and I know you also spent some time but what was it Oh Six oh seven and Afghanistan and you were trying to help out with the schools there and helping orphans and in cobble is it sort of your citizen of the world view that you kind of have of yourself and then of course the the opportunity to give back that driving you rick that all these places that I gone. Pass through on the hippie trail if you will back when I was a hippie and travelling the world And working odd jobs different places and then going back to these places later and seeing them when they were they became a war zone or a conflict area and then a post commentary It it's just a I. It's still new. A lot of people in these different places and watch them go to go through their changes and I got more involved with each area in which I still am in the Middle East and still involved with Afghanistan song. If you don't mind rick I actually would like to take this opportunity to give the. Us military shout out because Over these years and all these places have Ghanistan and in the Middle East and I couldn't have done anything that I did as as helping build these orphanages and And working with Dave Logan Ization without the military and and the US military international not very nice but in particular the US military so I just wanted to shout out there which I didn't realize I mean I didn't think that until you just reminded me of it but Those cats have done some great stuff all over the world in a big way and humanitarian very. Well said you know. I'm always wondering about a person like you and your career you've done so many movies and so much TV Do you ever change channel some night just sitting back on your couch and you see yourself and you say I don't know maybe about like no recollection. But you're like I forgot. I did that will actually quite a bit. I mean I I hope it doesn't sound arrogant or Unappreciative but I've been very fortunate to work nonstop for years. And you do sometimes forget about something or you. It remind you of of a time you had and different people that You you worked with a lot of Have passed away over the years and Do you think of the Great Times but yeah I do an answer your question. I do pass through the channel sometimes in Reminded of something Yeah but also it's what's fascinating is I've been able to get back to feed or over these last ten years and So I'm going to jump into that myself if you don't mind but I'm looking forward to getting back to London to the West End and Because a lot of the actors I worked with on on this film We'll all of them are from and the good to can him again. You think about Phoebe Fox whose talented and beautiful and is there a better name for an actress than Phoebe Fox where you could be a painter singer? An actress Yeah no that's great name was wonderful. Wonderful cast of people so talented. You and so generous. In in the way they all worked well. I want to remind everybody that intrigue. Oh some Aria. It is available today. It's premiering on demand and digital. This is of course from the author we said on Nassar. The the director of the girl who played with fire. It's great stuff. You Got Andrew Buchanan. Of course you know him from broad church Phoebe Fox aforementioned in our guest thank goodness in Americans in there the British or taking over the world. Jeff Fahey congratulations. Congratulations on the movie. And hopefully let's get down the road man. Oh great thanks. We're in One last shot up go bills. Buffalo bills very is alright shout towards the buffalo bills. They are a playoff team. I'm rick it'll come on back sports byline Hey travelers do you want to save money on your next flight? Then pick up the phone and call. That's right call because the best prices are not online. They're with smartfares. 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Sounds Laura's bigler down I wish you would try and slap Rick Kittles Mama's face he would clown you thank you for that and welcome back to the show the with you out in California but around the world on American Forces Radio Network. It's our pleasure to welcome to the show. Screenwriter Caitlin Moran Her new movie how to build a girl from. Ifc films is going to be available on May eighth and She Not only was the screenwriter. This is based on your own novel to Catlin. Welcome to the show. And what's that like to take a novel and then turn that into screenwriting? Because I know those are two completely different disciplines aren't they? Yeah and I you know I gave package at all. I didn't even these so class Being I think confused me and then you like that crime anytime And then I remembered that it was just on based on my life Which meant I was and parents ended ends with meeting me so After the initial today's crying managed to pull myself together in content that script that British bulldog spirit mustn't grumble right absolutely. I was fueled by team cigarettes throughout the Nice thing. Two weeks that complaining well the the main character is played by Beanie Feldstein which is a departure because it seems like all American actress roles are played by British actress interesting. That you have an American come in. And she's great. She's very talented. But I just think about the black country dialect like you could say. Will she tell? She's from Walsall Sandwell Dudley. Was that something you had to get down just right. Oh absolutely I mean th the beginning very very keen to get projector dream was to find. I'm disturbed talent and this massive break because if you're big Teenage all you probably haven't been given a major role because tend not to be many films about about that teenage working go But the thing is I've I've been he that when we get a role even British actors find the Midland's accent really difficult and it's a tricky one to do. It's not one that usually sort of in the in the toolbox of talents So it would have been difficult for anybody and beanie students. And it's the point where she moves to the Midland's for two weeks and the lived in a flat and went on a budget And that's the kind of dedication that actually I think projections would have shunned mainly because they know what will grant like whereas beanie was less a Brennan the innocence and students self intimate with that. She was influenced so for you. How often did you get out to molly new? And DID YOU HAVE STEVE. Bould posters up on your wall. I'm GonNa go just spoke a you know. What about the world I am a woman and an overweight woman so everything to do with sports terrifies me and whenever the wolves are playing at home we would not to meet the hands because there would be dozens and dozens of people walking around in Bartenders. T-shirts shocking stabile. Stevie bowl and we see it then people So the and move the plane. We'd stay at home thirty good now. It's interesting to you. Think about how kids today in England and they want to go to uni or not it used to be oh an a levels and now it's all about what is the big transformation with that. I'm educated so that was the one thing we didn't bother putting in the film because My speaking would find the too complex but my parents decided they might not. You thought that they were gonNA take them all my siblings in school that teaches a home. the made a big difference Enrich education news is that it used to be taken free. I'm thinking university pudgy. And a nine you have to pay for it which was kind of Rustling the cost here no end. Because in the middle class and rich people can afford to university But Yeah I have no idea about exams when my my children recently started having to Gps's a-levels and they'd come and go. Can you help me on? I like I really. Can't I have no student things? They teach have changed the way the mets lifetime. My only to you is simply learn to do English very well. And then when it comes to mathematics you'll be rich enough to hire accountants. And Max. You very good. We are speaking by the way with Caitlin Moran how to build a girl from IFC films available on May Eighth. So let's talk about. You know this is your life your novel your screenplay and they say the main protagonist is you what what does the story entail a little bit more deeply interested tonight. The film is so second. That based on the ninth until I became the H Sixteen. I was working for the the crash just over at called and I joined the paper. I was a child and join the paper that we stopped by much older than you were very cool and when I joined the paper I was just fan. I just love music. I'll just sent it citing. I couldn't believe that people were not allowed and thinking about their feelings and looks at cool and so when I joined the paper like anything and it was gradually sort of made clear to me by these older men. That was not the way that he was supposed to and think about music. You're supposed to be cynical especially destroy many bands possible And that was. Your job is to be cynical and weighs he's suspicious events like they might be trying to do something with it. You should put like keep them in check and it took me a long time to realize. But that's not what I'm Mike. That's not how people listen to that. Isn't you should write about music. So the most beautiful thing you can give you the world rather than something done and destroy. It is two point two something he loved and got. That's pretty tell you about stuff and so that was Virginia. I went through as a as a teenager writer. I'm the reason that we started justed excited to Mexico now because now every teenager has a platform where they can write about things but and social media. And we'll go to we get through executive spending we go and such media first time and we can just things and get. Here's my back system. A picture of my talk and and older cooler more cynical people have gotta be smells yet unit tacky and graduate you'll probably public it becomes awkward most cynical and snarky yourself and got around to talking things being horrible about them. An Indian team has to learn that. That's not a great way to communicate and it doesn't make social media great place and if someone attacked he really huts you and you have to. Have you know the strength of character to go? No I'M GONNA be an optimist. I'm going to be joyful. I'm going to write about things like and I'm to try new stuff I hate and that's why I was so excited to assume because the story that I went through which was starting to guy soon nineteenth nineteen to publicly. Teach us to be a nicer person. Everybody does that mean very interesting. And I think about music in England and and they for a small country have contributed so much you think about the the rock bands and the seventies and Then punk in the late seventies early eighties and of course the the British second invasion after the Beatles in the eighties with the the new wave. And then you get into the nineties. I mean it's just. It's such a rich rich history that you high and What were some of your favorites when you were writing about them. Did WE LOSE? Hello all right. I think we lost catling Catlin. Are you still there? But I'm back. Oh you're back just one final question for just think what the rich fantastic history of British music from the Beatles to punk to to new wave. What were some of the things that really spoke to you and that you wrote about? Oh God huge radiohead find radio on They moved me impulsively I always love side. Bands and a Boise subsumes entry. Just a couple of times these these side that And He'd be like a torch poet who's actually when people I've ever met Courtney love with messy my mind. I wouldn't spend twenty four and Seattle a couple of weeks before like he's about to die and we spent told that when the time and she gate crashed. Polity did you got into a fight with a man and the end of it she was like you should come over. Meat cuts like Kinda. You'd be fun beach meat. Cook and I was on T. tied on T- jetlagged. That'd be playing point. Cook that in the future and obviously a couple of weeks later he. He's got another big lesson. Then which is whenever you get off if you want to be cooked. I always say yes. Never do they just took only say yes immediately. Well if it means anything to you. My My go-to Karaoke song is a creep. That's that's my ultimate Speaking of radiohead. Wow can you do the full taking you go that high? Oh yes she's done. Oh Yeah don't make me go. They're going to carry the me. My go-to is weathering heights by Kate Bush and usually by keeping the pay me cash money to stop. I'm thinking the next thing that sometimes they thanksgiving trump's new arm game wrong though she is Caitlin Moran the movie how to build a girl starring the highly talented and Hilarious Beanie Feldstein. It is available through. Ifc films in just a couple of days on May eighth and we have been speaking with cotton the pride of the black country and the pride of Molino Goes Steve Bull. Then Caitlin Moran congratulations on your project. And let's catch up on your next one shelley nice and thanks Take care of yourself. 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Make this free call right now to learn more eight hundred four zero three five nine one to eight hundred four zero three five nine one to eight hundred four zero three five nine one two. That's eight hundred four three fifty nine twelve. What kind of music do you usually have here? Oh we got all kinds. We got country and Western Rick tittle eight two hundred chicken wings at Momma's house last night now. Back to fat boy. I'll that is so messed up stuff. I'll tell you what that's the kind of thing that really cooks smug. Whenever that means we'll bring in. We got him. Welcome back to sports byline a USA coast to coast Boorda border and around the world on American Forces Radio Network. It's our pleasure to welcome win stocks. He's the CEO of Collegiate Star League. Csl and wgn which is world network and those are both organizations which are trying to create spaces for amateur sports players to compete. We'll get more into that but women huge news. You guys have partnered with talk. That's gotTa be thinking about how fast that APP is exploding. That's gotta be a huge breakthrough. Congratulations it's been a great partnership. They had seen the the opportunity to take their platform and engage with a whole new. You know you know their their audience is really millennial and Gen Z. And and But it's like can look at The content that's been posted Really there's not much in the way of gaming or sports in and around yet they a appreciate realize Sports and gaming enthusiasts players fans are amongst the most engaged in the on the planet and really It's not only around competitive Aspects of of what we do with collegiate sports. But it's also a contest for posting short-form videos around Sports play around Around Gaming Finding you meant to be fun and entertaining and light As as are the other The other content that they that they generate so so really cool. And you're right. You know the time. I got that platform exploding. I think I just read two billion downloads in the last Thirty days so It really is an amazing Platform and we're to be part of the part of the aroma. Yeah and part of their realm will be the first ever Tick Tock Cup Sixty K. Prize pool around four sports games. How is this competition? GonNa take place. we start the registration's going on right now We start The actual Tournaments start this weekend. We kick everything off on. May Nine and they'll play off to To champion and each each one there will not be live events that In which these combinations will be all online programming. Obviously with the with the Kobe and and every just about every single live event being cancelled or postponed. we're following suit job but it's it'd be really cool Our reputations are going through the roof and got to cut off a couple already But but it's It's it's a great job. Great set of competitions. The the other thing that tick tock is doing for us is the the The players teams that ended up winning in being in the in the combination They'll get scholarships you'll get money to support their at their educational expenses As a result of of doing well in in our tournament not just and not just in our tournament but also the the short-form post video postcomm contest. I've mentioned There is prising associated with that As well so so pretty pretty cool Endeavor and really get great great insight On behalf of Tick Tock to To to attach the what we're doing leisurely mentioned collegiately the Star League something else that you run Has It's just growing and growing at universities around North America trying to create these treatments for College Students. And whether it's legal engines Counter Strike Global Offensive Super Smash Brothers. What HAVE YOU I think the sports realm is fantastic. Not just because of a video games but let's face it you know you're not six to two hundred pounds. You're not going to be on the football team. So this gives the opportunity for a lot of people who are highly skilled and video games to still compete. Represent their universities. That's Louis you know the other great thing when and this is we just announced this this morning. I'm not sure if you've got This release or not but we we have every year our grand files essentially the collegiate Final Four for all the different leagues we have. We have a variety of different fourteen differently. Solve the course of a year that we operate Every one of those leagues has two divisions an elite division we call the Star Division and had a more open Division copy open invasion but event. It's meant to be more. Infamy are more social more casual and our elites team Teams compete in our GRANDPA's. We just we had to go on. Pause because of everything related to cope we were due to have a live event in Las Vegas at the at the very cool hyper x arena But that obviously also went on on pause. We had to wait until the dust settled because kids aren't on campus. They can't get to the rigs they can't get to their their normal Gaming machines and we were worried about competitive integrity but we worked all that out just announced today that we're going to host now the grand finals but do it all online The dates are now May Thirtieth and thirty. First where where? The teams are competing for. Two hundred and fifteen. Thousand Dollars in scholarships Thanks to sponsors like hyper wrecks and game stop and If us Twitches of big partner are as a content brand called checkpoint. Xp On campus which is part of the Beasley Sports Empire All supporting us and and bringing Not only not only money and funding to help the students defray their their cost duty scholarships but also Promotion supports Putting putting the best players putting team in the teams in the limelight as they look to to to build their personas outside of collegiate and and potentially even on appropriate. So so we're It's a really fun space for us. We've we've got a big hand in building. East sports In the US. And we're looking for you know partners like pick. Talk that to to broaden the exposure to broaden the awareness of of Cleveland East sports and the importance of clearly sports in the overall ecosystem of Of of these sports couple more questions for WHAM stocks with collegiate startling world gaming network and you think about wgn and how you partner with a lot of high profile companies we've seen professional sports in NBA and NFL owners. Buying into some of these teams. I know your big with some. Nhl teams like the the blackhawks the leaves and the flames. Is it the kind of thing to where people see someone who's smart with their money invest and then realize I better get in on this? I mean it's just rising exponentially isn't it the the great thing about these pro teams and you know it in this time as everybody's saying they they don't have anything they have no broadcasts they don't have live events though stadiums are sitting empty and and they turn to us and the praise that's being used as replacement programming that that we offer their fans an opportunity to not only to watch events around say the NHL game or or Madden Oregon to game but actually compete in them and and are the work you mentioned with the Blackhawks and and maple leafs have been Big Partner of ours As as have the Canadians and the and the plane the Winnipeg jets we build Through our online tournaments platform we build fan engagement events That Amalgam Amalgam is not only our base of players when this in this particular case the NHL Video game players but then bring their fans in as well Maple leafs done a remarkable job. Last three years bringing their fans To our event and I mean when I need not I mean it virtually But then the last the last three years. Every one of these has culminated and big live event in in Scotiabank arena where which is a maple leafs home venue. So it's a great This is not not only just fan being able to sit back and watch their favorite players. you know compete on on the ice either in a real way virtual way but now they're party experience they're part of Being involved in a competitive event. So so we've and we've done that with NBA with NBA teams with Ma- major league soccer teams with with Major League Baseball Teams As well as a number of NFL team. So it's a it's a it's a great dynamic and in this time while there's so much devastation or around the world This competitive video gaming now is center. It is. It's not just these sports. It's real sports and and that is a that is a A dynamic out that's here and it won't it will not be I now. J. This is the. Genie is not going back into the bottle to. It's a great time for Competitive Video Gaming As as an building the awareness around not not just in the US but on a global basis and then finally you know someone's listening and they say look you know I I like plan. I like playing with my friends. I'm not good enough to go professional and fact I kinda stink. I wish I could just do this. As an amateur and you guys are there for them as well right. That's correct we We are the one thing about sports is. You're seeing it develop a it. It got top heavy pretty quickly as elite. Teams Leagues Watch me Call Duty League. Legal engines the franchise model Nba Two K. Now the new Flashpoint League which is competitive Counterstrike in a League format It's it's very it's very it's a it's a great thing is it's a very aspirational layer. Everybody who's clued into each and seeing it now but but it but it also clarifies so much about what's missing sports and that's a true path to the pros true funnel through developmental ladder that enables players. They want their aspiring to get better. You know how. How do they do it thus far? If you look at the the many pros that exist one has has the same story. Everybody a clawed their way to the pros give him just a ton of credit when there was no structure do it on their own but but we believe that the more structured there is just as with traditional sports The more organization there is more structure. There is the bigger the panel of the more people will our understanding. Exactly what it's going to take to get complaint to point the this notion of about if you think about traditional sport you've seen this this pyramid it's the top one percent that are the pro players they take an NBA. It's the top one percents Or basketball take the one percent there. Nba players the bottom ninety nine percent of the aspiring Pro players that's ninety. Nine percent is who we address our programming to our events the content that we create Helping them get Get find away way and again if they're if they're aspiring to be better We help them get better through. Not only sure. We'll get gaming Events in and Tournaments but also on clear. Decide if you're in college path Can help you in in a very similar way. Stocks Collegiate Star League World Gaming Network Ceo Remember the Tick Tock Cup and also the grand finals coming to the CSL. The University tournaments the finals may thirtieth and thirty first. Congratulations on everything. Let's let's talk again down the road man and stay safe and we'll see you then. I look forward to a wreck. Thanks for having me on. And one way to say safe is to keep gaming there. It is keep gaming twenty four seven. I agree with you. I'm retired. We'll take a quick break and we'll come on back on sports byline. 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Pete was too smart to deal with expos equipment manager John Silverman so Bryan Greenberg. Who worked in the visitor's clubhouse did it he took me into a room a door to the left and underneath tarps. There was this machine. This guy was saying rose of Cork his bats for twenty years. The Guy said nobody checks on him because he's a singles hitter so then they went out to this Greenberg guy and he said I can't really answer those questions. I can't really talk about it Pete. Rose can't win even in a global pandemic. You're going to have some schmuck say. Oh Yeah One thousand nine hundred. Four was corking bats. Maybe he did. Can we leave? Pete rose alone. I don't know I'm rectal. Thanks for tuning in. We'll see you tomorrow at nine. Am Pack Time. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network line at Hartland. Newsfeed DOT COM. 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We've got raw from last night to talk about money. The bank is coming up on Sunday. Yes last night's raw wasn't the go home show for money in the Bank as David. I struggled to try to remember who is in the women's money in the bank. Eventually figured it out. Thanks to the magic of wikipedia. We could talk about all of that here today on the show guest coming up today so it will be your opportunity to join us and talk about whatever is on your mind the phone number one eight hundred eight seven eight play one eight hundred eight seven eight seven five. Two nine. Is the vote number text messages? Forty five seven. Eight zero seven five six. I am Brian at Wrestling Observer. Dot Com at Bryan Alvarez on twitter. Of course you can listen to us every day on. Sports byline. Usa. You can watch us live in free everyday. Twitch DOT TV slash video links to both of these are on the front page of wrestling observer DOT COM. We've also got news on some postponements. I guess you could say obviously. We've got the W. Tour of Australia. Which has been canceled? It has now been rescheduled. We've got the dates. Their June twenty nine July twenty nine July thirty July thirty one. Twenty twenty one. You have see also officially announcing their June. Sixth Date in Perth. Australia has been postponed win. That is going to be rescheduled for we got news on. Wwe there there of all places there. They are producing masks. Awac themed mask. And I can't say they stolen I. I had but I was not surprised to see an idea I had. W each we'll talk about that and so much more today. So whatever's on your mind and give us a call trump texts back in a moment more observer live at twenty eight. I'd struggled with opiate and Meth addiction for twelve years. I didn't said things that the sober me never would've done one day. I realized I was not invincible. Was Not exempt. And that's when a friend told me about the Lee replacement. 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I am hoping that it will be up and running here very very soon. I see the lights going on actually right now so we may be close to being back live onto which again but in the meantime. I just barrel on this show. Of course you should know anyway. If you can't see the video you can always listen to us on sports byline to the link on the front page at Wrestling Observer. Dot Com. So that's something for the future there but anyway the news here for today the post money in the bank episode of Rob. And of course. It'd be next Monday. We have got edge rain your and Becky Lynch appearing next week they actually said the return of Becky Lynch. I could've sworn she was on the show like a week ago. Maybe I was wrong for some reason. Like if you if you miss a week of raw you it will be advertising. Where returning on the next show. I'm not quite sure why. Edge inaudible be there and apparently they are still feuding. Even though the last man standing match occurred at Wrestlemainia and seemed rather decisive. But I guess they're going to. They're going to keep working with each other so they're going to be on the show this coming. Friday Sonia Deville Mandy rose that is not a pay-per-view match after all of that build. They're doing the match for free on smackdown so you can look forward to that. And I don't even know why because if you look at the lineup for money in the bank I mean we got to money in the bank matches and both of those are going to be simultaneous. They're running at the same time. So even if that thing goes in our you've still got two and a half hours of pay per view time left based on how they pay per view and there's only four matches right now so why that match has not been added to the pay per view. Why that's being given away for free on smackdown. My presumption is it's because the rating sucks but as we've learned. I can't even tell you how many times like if you don't announce a match on national television a week in advance then. It doesn't really matter all that much. They didn't so like if you're following social media I guess if you're watching raw I guess that's an announcement but the smackdown viewers don't watch raw. They know nothing about this so I don't know what's going on but that's the story of this show on an average day. Mike what's happening? Not a whole lot. Is Everything getting settled over there? And I I don't know what's going on. I'm trying to run a show here. I can't do ten things at once. Only five you do Alvin. Jobs are thank you. I appreciate that so we've also got and this is very interesting and it'll be more interesting tomorrow when the rain comes in or later today. Unfortunately we'll talk about it tomorrow because we don't get until literally second show goes off the air but we got smackdown doing record lows on Fox. We got raw doing the lowest in twenty five years on Monday like these. These raw smackdown ratings are collapsing. At least at least Awa Annex t they appear to have like they appear to have bottomed out I mean. We're we're I think we're we're going to remain for those two shows and I actually think they'll be up this week because they got too. Big Show's coming. But Ron smackdown are just. They're sinking like a stone and at the same time. This is brought to my attention yesterday. Look at how many specials they're getting on. Espn and Fox this coming weekend. Fox At eight PM WILL BE AIRING WBZ. Greatest Ladder matches. Saturday may ninth matches with the Rock. Giana Sina the undertaker Steve Austin Edge. Listener. I gotTA sneeze good. Bless you is allergies are killing me leshner Randy or Roman reigns Charlotte Flare Becky Lynch and many more will be hosted by Michael Cole and Corey Graves. We've had we've had like wrestlemainia airing on. Espn we've had this show and despite ESPN and Fox airing so much w programming during this pandemic like the ratings are still at all time lows. That's Kinda distressing. Think about it. Why is this not helping? Why would it help when whenever they ever aired anything on network? Tv and actually headed help to be honest with you. I mean the big event you know what I mean. When when do you go back into his wrestling? Made an impact. It never. Has You know so. I'm not really surprised that the ratings are what they are. I don't know whenever I should actually has anything to do with the other. I mean even in the best of times smackdown with a microscope and a big target on it. Because wrestling doesn't do good ratings on network. Tv They can fulfil demographic but their overall ratings are never good and the demographics attached to those ratings for advertisers are never good so. I'm not surprised with this at all. I'm also not surprised that they are providing programming for these places that don't have any and they can put every- networks special on Fox that they want right now. The product is cold and even if it was at its best it would still have its issues on network. Tv So when times are bad it just makes it even worse than. I'm not surprised at all. You know the the tail wags the dog when it comes to to wrestling on TV the interest level just. Isn't there right now. So just putting it on network. Tv because it's Network TV isn't going to be something that helps it out at all. Well we're all back up and running now on twitch and there was barely a connection issue at the beginning of this show so all is well. I was actually very very worried. If rob had been the producer it would have been like. We have no video. No lights but jared never makes a mistake so think things weren't working at noon. I thought I thought somebody died but apparently everything is alright. So that's very very good to know by the way I read the lineup for that Wwe's greatest ladder matches. And I wanna read it one more time because I got two point to this year Fox Height that the Rock John. Cena the detailer Stevenson Edge. Rock LISTENER RAINY EARN. Roman reigns Charlotte flair and Becky Lynch will be featured on this special. They said Roman rain they said the name Roman reigns which of course is very interesting because I was bombarded with feedback last night about how. Wwe has essentially written. Roman reigns out of out of history. Marcus here I'm not a big Roman reigns fan but W we trying to raise him from their history is completely ridiculous. The Guy has leukemia. He has the right to not wrestle during the pandemic and put his immunity at risk spurs person. Here it's funny. How both debit me? Nay wwltv told their talent that they are not forced to work during the pandemic but one company is sticking to their word and the other is being petty with the company's top guy. The Roman reigns situation exposes. Wwe furthermore of how terrible workplace. It really is Brian. Timothy says why is WWE SO petty? Vince is basically mad at a guy for thinking about the health of himself and his family. Yup that's what happened ends new fans. Apparently that they would Both can't believe they would do something like this. And they literally are editing video packages to change history to make you think that like it was like Seth Rollins Seth rollins pinned Roman reigns at that one Wrestlemainia we cashed in and they changed the video to make it look like he had beaten brock listener and that was last night during the money in the bank for those who may have fast forwarded through those things the money in the bank moment that they put on before. The main of with drew McIntyre Murphy. The money the bank moment that they decided to show from Wrestlemainia. Two Thousand Fifteen shows that seth rollins is sliding the rang delivering. A curb stopped brock listener. And then from there. The you would figure that seth rounds had pin brock lesser. No of course pinned Roman reigns. That was one of the big deals about that wrestlemanias so he pins Roman but when he curb Tom's brock the screen goes blank. And you hear a three count there dude to be fair when somebody's hurt when they want you to forget about somebody they bury them and they will not mention them and they become a ghost but in most cases. That person is injured physically. It's not a situation like we have with the Roman reigns but no there's a difference here so if they want you to forget about somebody find. Just don't show the footage. They don't mention their name or whatever they are re writing history to avoid showing. Roman reigns on television. Do you realize someone? This sounds absolutely horrible. But it's true the last guy. They rewrote the last guy. They wrote history killed. His family. Roman reigns is trying to protect his family and they are writing him out of W E history. It's it's mind blowing at appalling back in a moment of his life. Imagine this is your money and someone wants to take it from you. Who Is it the IRS? They want your money and guess what they can legally take all of it if they want. Remember they sent you that letter that said hey always a bunch of cash and we're going to take it from you. So what do you do fight back? By letting our team of experts at tax helpline work it out with the IRS. So you can keep your money and we're good at what we do. When you hire us you'll get a team of guys on your side. It not the laws and we'll fight to save your money so if you owe the irs Tana cash and you WANNA keep it call right now and learn for free how we can help you. Put it back in your pocket. 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Have you seen this hematoma are gonNA eat food together on his show? Hot food kind of shows like a video show with audio shell. Rob sent me this information. I need to know more Patriot or something like this. I need in L. Plug it because Tony's involved we'll see that one figure you know makes you got the right address for that guy. Vince McMahon is his sociopathic person. Says that is all that's from l? Well that's true. Probably Person says according to me. The Shield. Only had seth it. That's a hell of a group. Look let's there's somebody in the forum or chat that is like well. They never raise. Somebody Mystery Look I. I'm not going to say that. This is not a special occasion here but as soon as they felt as though they lost control of rock or as soon as they did lose control of rock instantly they made randy or in the youngest champion of all time as soon as they fall out with somebody was who was at. Aj Lee or whatever it was where they had to take the the longest title reign off of her and all this stuff they do spiteful stuff like this all the time and would somebody is hurt. They are masters at making that person. Disappear they will strategic. You're you're absolutely right. But I mean Dina. Rose went to the other company. This guy went home so his family would be saving into south. That's exactly that's exactly right and they. The perception is when they do this advocating right now with the situation as sensitive as it is with the situation that he's in. Yeah I mean this is obviously going to be pointed out to people so they we'll see what happens subsequent ones but if this is a continued regular thing I probably somebody may WANNA start asking questions. Just because it's again the circumstances behind him not being there seemed to be rather noble on the surface. So if there's an issue with him over him making this decision and they're going to take it out on him professionally. I would say that would be a reason for a to to cause an alarm. Bill I would figure says to think Vince. Push Roman is the guy for five years. They fed him everyone everyone and now he just does not exist scares me? Hey if you haven't if you haven't seen it yet watch vincent the NF then a couple of weeks ago then you'll really be scared. I'm not kidding dude. I I know I if you watch that and then you see this and it's like do this guys running this company into the ground I might add. But he's running. This company Roman reigns has leukemia. Everybody you know listen. Vince has never said anything. Publicly ABOUT CORONA VIRUS. Because they won't say the word on television and Kevin Dunn and all the top brass and I shouldn't even say anything but like the fact that they the fact that they didn't cancel Wrestlemainia Wrestlemainia at one point. If you think I'm exaggerating I'm not the only thing on the planet earth that hasn't been canceled yet and it took them forever to cancel that last smackdown. You remember the story of the last smackdown. I'll tell you very quickly. So they were going to do a smackdown at the little caesars arena in wherever was Michigan or whatever and they started telling all the wrestlers on Wednesday that the show was going to be at the performance center and so the local news reported that the show is not going to be at the Little Caesar Center. It was going to be at the performance center and so we reported because a the wrestlers had been told and be was on the Damn News we reported the show's going to be the performance center on Friday. They went out of their way. To Send out a release stating that in fact it was going to be at the little caesars arena. And no they did not say that. Despite reports of the country the show has not been canceled. The the release literally said it will be at the little caesars arena and then of course the next day they announce. Oh it's not going to be the little caesars arena. It's actually going to be the performance center. They waited till the very last minute kicking and screaming to cancel these shows and then of course once they cancelled the shows. I mean as much as they could. It was just business as usual. We're going on run live every week and no matter how much criticism they were. Just GonNa pretend like none of this. What does that tell you? What does that tell you? What does it tell you when they do that? And then they get mad at Roman reigns because he has leukemia. He has leukemia. He'll be battling it for the rest of his life. Okay what does it tell you when they get mad at him for going on? You know what it tells me it tells me they think this whole thing is bs it tells me they think this whole corona virus is just. It's just the flu. Maybe it's not even as bad as the flu. Vince is out there. He's seventy four seventy five years old. He's running around like a crazy guy at all. These shows not sleeping. I mean what it tells you is. He doesn't take this seriously at all. That's why he's mad at Roman reigns right. I do the math. It's he doesn't like sickness says it is. He doesn't like anything that screws up an infects snow globe and Roman shook up a snow globe by deciding to make the decisions that he has to protect himself in his family. And that's it's a simple as that and you can't. You can't do that Vince. World because germ stone exists there. None of this stuff exists there and I I look. I guess he can handle the idea of not showing up for work because you're afraid of catching a cold. Because I'm sure that's how he is mentally doing this you know that he's not sick. So how can everybody else be falling sick? They must be week. I don't know what's going through Vince. Mine you know not a psychologist there. But you know with how this is squaring up and how he is presenting Roman reigns or the lack there of of presenting. Roman reigns says does say something about a minute person here says. Do you guys replant the blackberry plants? No they're invasive species we pull them out and we put in native plants. Nelson says gotta by Kane Mask. Filthy is probably too late. But my wife's mother SOS and so she made a whole bunch of masks and she says or anything else you guys want patterns or whatever. I suggested a big happy face and next thing. I know they've got one of those. Wbz'S SELLING IN A. Brian Mask slipped to these masks. And can you imagine walking through walk into the store wearing something like that but hey there available right now and I believe. Let me find the thing that they've got here. Believe that all proceeds okay so non-medical. Wbz themed facemasks are now available for preorder. One hundred percent of the net proceeds are being donated to charity. 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So they're doing their cause Doing their part as much as they want to do it when it comes to to helping out groups in this time of need for says. I like the mask idea. That'd be hysterical at a store with the brave face do it. You have children screaming and crying and running from you bud. Hey look if. There's the one thing if this can help anybody. Wwe's main demographic is old people who does not seem to be airing all amass out in public right now old people so if they can reach anybody. They're older demographics so they actually put on a mask. That would actually be nice. Is The guy who ate. Sneezes should be happy for guy staying home to avoid being sick. Well Dude you can be sick as you want. You better not sneeze around him right. Well I guess how likely is it that the Roman history racing is a work? I mean is five percent. Is that even possible to negative percent? I mean come on minus five stars you can do. This percentage the guy. 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Live with Bryan Alvarez and Mike Semper Vivey on the sports byline broadcasting network in the show right Alvarez here wrestling observer live among severe also of wrestling observer dot com. What a what a world we live in a wwe. Twitter re tweeting Roman reigns just now how about that. Well it's a couple of hours ago so apparently tonight on F s one Roman reigns best wrestlemainia matches. How about that? So there you go. Wwe Universe can relive some of nature boy ric flair edge listener and Roman reigns best matches tonight on F S One. They heard you boss. Well I mean. They didn't because before we show but as amazing that after all of the controversy Israel of sudden he's he's everywhere now he's all over F S One. That's nice and is at is lovely. Now that is that's lovely all right if you WANNA give us call here today. One eight hundred eight seven eight play. One eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine text messages for two five seven eight zero seven five six six Brian at wrestling observer. Dot Com at Bryan Alvarez amazing. It is so amazing that today. There's a special on. F S One Roman reigns is going to be all over it and he's being used in the advertising today and they're tweeting about it today man last night they just couldn't put him on that. Russia they've literally had to rewrite history and video package crazy. Crazy is everybody keeps pointing out to you. That was a f s one slash Fox tweet. It was not a wwe tweet so now. Roman reigns Roman reigns. Roman reigns tweeted tonight. Four wrestlemainia main events cutlass memories and they re tweeted. Roman reigns they did. They're nice enough to hit the re tweet button today. They give it a little a little heart next to that to give it a like and also w. e. themselves Forty one minutes ago. Which was in fact during the show added his name to the tweet about the best wrestlemania match tonight on. F. S one. Well there you go now. We can't use any of this for a youtube clip. Here's how can I guess because whatever we want that's true who sets those up by the way who chooses Ryan rose? I talk to Brian. Brian rose chooses all of them. I have I have sometimes. Sometimes I'll say you should put this one out but it's it's rare. You asked me something particularly good over anything not usually go. You know. People are just independently working and just coming up with things and all that yes. Actually I mean this is. This is the easiest workplace on the planet in the sense of averages just does whatever they want for the most part. That's saying I mean they'd like the best way possible we've never had a zoom meeting. Never had some sort of Wacky skype meeting where we all sit down and have a meeting like everyone has a job that they do at everybody does it. And every now and then a problem comes up but for the most part like everybody does what they need to do. And that's it like you treated like you know with anything. We should do. The big audio nightmare. What should we do in essentially was To put this in wrestling terms. You basically just said go get over and that was pretty much about yes. That's the way things should be. Go get over. I don't script anything for the big audio nightmare. Thank God really my God. Besides reading off a script always terrible. Anyway people shouldn't do that. It sounds a natural. It sounds terrible. Don't do that never do that. If you're doing a podcast any of that's uptake. That advice don't just read stuff directly off a piece of paper. It sounds terrible. Monotone awful out some passionate about what you're saying some Inspiration Bible. You're saying be a little bit more like Bryan Alvarez. Just not all the way Bryan Alvarez. Nobody needs the second Bryan Alvarez Spurs near says. I can't wait for tonight's Brian Vinnie. Show with the WRESTLEMANIA x seven special any infamous. Austin. He'll turn people say it's the best wrestlemainia ever so should be lots of yes. Retro Rod Nitro is over but tonight on the Brian Vinnie Show. It is in fact Wrestlemania x seven and. I do believe that the plan is to just continue on. We will cover. Roz invasion leading to the end of WCW at survivor series. Technically WCW isn't really dead until survivor. Series so I think we're in Duvet which may mean we might have to do. A few weeks of doubling up because as a result of the corona virus. It's no longer nineteen years ago this week. And that might confuse people so tonight for sure wrestlemainia seven and we will continue on from there They say you're going up until the consortium I guess I guess was funny. Actually is because of the delay W W died at the end of survivor series. That was really like the big blow off but I guess if we're delayed it's possible that if we just started today we would go until the end of twenty twenty and so the worst year in forever. Wcw would last through this year and then twenty twenty one. We just all start over again. I love that idea But then you had to relive all those years of the late. Wcw Why would you WanNa do that what you want to go through that process of WWF? Own E W slash. Wcw Go through that entire time getting more emails here. People think that this is a a work with Roman reigns. It's not a work and let me explain something to you. Okay this is. This goes for every crazy conspiracy theory in the world and for pro wrestling. The reason people come with these conspiracy. Theories is because it just doesn't make sense to them. The real story doesn't make sense. My Gut tells me her. Just doesn't make sense okay. Just because some doesn't make sense to you and your gut doesn't mean that it can't be true. Okay I realize it's it's mind blowing. The Vince McMahon would right Roman reigns out of history because he has leukaemia and he went home during a pandemic. But you know what this crazy stuff happens all the time like. It's Oxfam's razor. What is more likely that it's a work in. Wwe Or that. Vince is out of his mind. Well quite frankly over the last decade or so Oxfam's razor. The most likely scenario is Vince is out of his mind. So now it's not a work. It doesn't even make any sense. Some sort of work where Roman reigns going to put his life at risk and come back. While he's battling leukemia he's GONNA come back in. The middle of a pandemic doesn't even make any sense ridiculous that makes less sense than what they're actually doing is. Achim have a razor. That's the name of the team that's where they got it. All comes razor a common reservoir like yeah I really. I didn't even put those two together there. Who came up with that for them? Was that Paul owering hollering. Not sure who else would come up with that one? But which one is hurt right now. Is it razor? Remember either way. They're raised from history. See how quickly that'll happen. But they're not changing history so they don't exist not doing video packages of stuff they were in but somehow taken him out of it not yet. Although I'm not I'm not trying to defend WSB BELIEVE ME. I'm not it's just I am not. Nobody should be overly surprised that they're doing this. You can add an extra. Give Him some extra credit points because they're doing this at a time of a pandemic and he's got leukemia but this is not out of character it is not out of style for them. This is one hundred percent how they've always operated. They have never had any care of history. And when you fall on the other side of what they want history to be in that moment because that will change well to they'll make things disappear all the time. So I'm I'm really not that shocked by this again. If you want to give them some extra points for the the lack of you know or theme that their crafts for doing this right now while he has. Leukemia is one thing but this is not a surprise for says he knows the script promos all had the risk is worth the reward in every promo so bad. Yeah that's W E. They brand everything. That's the tagline. The risk is worth the reward. Now this is listen okay. I'm all for the idea that there is a grand prize and wrestling. Okay the AWA title the I W. GP title. I guess the the universal title but the problem is there isn't one price. There's like ten prizes okay but I mean come on like the idea that this is getting the title. You need a briefcase. Which almost but doesn't quite guarantee you the title. This briefcase is more valuable to these men and women than potentially their lives. That's that's the promo like I could fall off the building and die but it's worth it to get this briefcase. What look maybe Ray knows Because he was out there cutting that promo about it being the risky worth the reward. Maybe he heard Alastair Blacks Promo earlier on and he realizes everybody's made of rubber. I guess because Alastair Black decided to say that through by the way when did elster blanket of fog machine and on the soundtrack closet? I had said that. I don't know about the soundtrack but he's had the the dark gloomy for awhile. Well they took the chair away that we had to stand up during allaster black by the way else are black. Did Not say that he would get up. He said you better hope. I don't get up so even her black knew that. If you throw me off this ten story building I could die and not get up as he could be big show now up here for the main event last true. I will say this. Okay I will say this as preposterous as this is okay. I cannot wait for this match last night when Dave said like. I'm not excited for the pay per view. I'm the opposite. I thought. Listen Bro. Okay the rest of this show. I don't care about but how in the world can you not be excited for the money in the bank? The actual money in the bank match. There's going to be twelve wrestlers men and women's starting at the bottom of a ten story building and they got to fight their way and destroy everything and they got to get to the top of the building and then they got to climb a ladder and then they gotta get the briefcase. Okay I know dies because they taped it like two or three weeks ago so I can rest assured that no one's actually gonNA fall off the building on accident. We're not GONNA have an own heart situation ear that that makes me feel better. You know they're gonNA have to have some wacky spot with the men and the women which could even more wacky. Because the men aren't allowed to hit the women women can do high spots on the men so some woman's GonNa do some high spot on some man in an office setting. I mean come on. How can you not look forward to this? Watch would be awful but if it's awful. I'll complain about it afterwards right now. I'm excited and I can't wait to see this match as it stands right now. Then what you're saying. We can get Dana Brooke Otis Interaction. This is possible. Yes so you know what rain? The reindeer and edge suck was two guys going for forty minutes six men and six women fighting throughout an office building up the stairs and ny. Jax I guess could try taking elevators which she said last night like I'm GonNa get in the elevator or something like that. Somebody was going to get an elevator but like you know the Elevator. Like someone's going to get in the elevator. Bits get stuck Daniel Bryan. I mean come on the pine whether he should get in an elevator and he was wondering how this whole thing was going to break down and they're going to be some things breaking down. That's that's for sure. Yeah it's IT'S GONNA BE FASCINATING. Because because she had knee surgery and if she doesn't get in the elevator she has to climb ten stories to get to the top of this thing. Thank God for her sake. There's post production because I don't see her winning a race to get to the top of the steps no offence to her but Yeah so I I. I don't know with post production with all the bells and whistles with them. They're going to do some sort of gimmick fall or something like that. I'm very interested to see how this thing is going to be. Turning outside for those people who are bored by the idea very surprised but oh come on get out of here. I can't wait for this. That's eight look at the rest of the show with what's on there and with the field these shows right didn't even know what's on the rest of the show. I mean how could you not be everything on that show? I'll get you cited for icy okay. So we got here all the women and men that are gonna be fighting at the same time in an office. Building Oscars Shannon. 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NEW: Morning Joe Asks Biden All The Right Questions On Tara Reade

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NEW: Morning Joe Asks Biden All The Right Questions On Tara Reade

"Joe Biden went on with Mika Brzezinski. Joe Scarborough on Morning Joe and well. We'll get to it. I got audio from it. I didn't even make Charlie cut up audio from it because I knew there would be so much audio from circulating on Social Media Whitney do I just bookmarked a lot of it. So we listen together now the phone number here if you WANNA call in is eight. Seven seven seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. I gave you the right number my cell phone number today. Let us get into some of the audio again. All of this happening on Morning Joe this morning. Setting the these standards let me let me just just play you some run up audio. The trump campaign pushed out this audio. That was actually from The Washington. Free Beacon in the run-up to how the interview would go. There's a lot of things I know about Joe Biden. I'm don't them for a long time? He is extremely affectionate extremely flirtatious in a completely safe. Way We all. I've just sell you personally. We Love Joe Love Him. I think the next time I see Joe Biden. If he doesn't hug me and give me a kiss and hold my hand while we're talking to you That's the new Joe Biden. And that's not the Joe Biden. I knew he's a nice guy. He's not a Predator again about changing behavior. I'm not sure Joe Biden I. I would be sad if he changed his behavior. You and I both know him. He's really wonderful person and I'm just GONNA push back and I know I put myself at great peril here. There could be more whatever more of what I want to ask. Because so far these two women have gotten national coverage for something they say was not sexual. So what was it affectionate? And they didn't like the affection and I don't think metoo wants to take down viable candidates for being affectionate and five. Women are uncomfortable with the way he hugged them and say one of them says she smelled his hair. I can promise you. I know Joe Biden. He went up behind her and he took a deep breath because he was about to go on stage and they want to explain that it's because there is a woman who accuses him of smelling her hair. He's not interested in your hair. Okay he was going on stage and he took a deep breath before he went on stage. And you took it deeply personal personally. And now you're writing a New York Times op. Ed about demanding an apology. This once again is completely ridiculous. I'm done you guys can continue to talk about this. I won't I refuse to give it any more time away. By the way I was I was looking through some old pictures. This picture was from three years ago. I don't I don't you can show other than just Then Microwaves Z. Moth that that was the setup that the Republicans out on Mika Brzezinski then there was John. Heilemann John Heilemann you'll remember is on the MSNBC Morning Joe Panel and he was one of the very first people willing to put. One of Kavanagh's unsubstantiated accusers on. He gave Kavanagh's unsubstantiated accuser The the the anti woman gave her all sorts of cover and now this and the allegations. He's facing now in general. I think you know it's a strong statement. I don't think it's going to. I think that that so far the new the news media has been pretty good on this which is to say the New York Times Talk. It's time and did a lengthy and rigorous examination of this is the case that earlier this week. That was reporting that. The Biden campaign had circulated talking points which were which then retracted circulated talking points among surrogates which contained a blatant misstatement about that. New York Times said the talking points said that that surrogate should say that the New York Times it concluded that there was nothing to these allegations. When in fact the New York Times is reporting did not conclude that it didn't conclude the opposite either. What said was that? They had some evidence that supported her claims. And some evidence that suggested that didn't support her claims. So I think that so far. The press is not rushed on in on this and so forth responsible. News Organization seem to have been doing pretty rigorous reporting on this. You know there are there have been a couple of new corroborating not witnesses but people whom Tara Reid talked to about this who have come on the record this week and said that they have recollections of her talking about this incident roughly contemporaneous so that is an issue that that I think that news organizations are going to dig more into that was shown in the run-up well now here we go. This is Mika Brzezinski. Beginning her interview with Joe Biden. I got a number clips audio for you to play minutes or so. You released a statement on medium and among other things you write this. There's only one place a complaint of this kind. Could be the national archives. I am requesting that. The Secretary of state ask of the Senate as the archives to identify any record of the complaint she alleges she filed if there was any such complaint. The record will be there. Are you preparing us for a complaint that might be revealed in some way? Are you confident there is nothing? I'm confident there's nothing. No one ever brought it to the attention of May twenty seven years ago this any assertion at all. No one that I'm aware of in my campaign at she's my my Senate office at the time is aware of any such request and Or any such complaint and And so I. I'm not worried about it at all if there is a complaint. That's where it would be all right. Now let's get into a little more of that that you have said in the past that if a woman goes under the lights and talks about something like this we have to consider the essence of this is real is the essence of what she is saying is real essence of this is real is the essence of what she is saying is real. Why do you think she's doing this? I'm not going to question her motive. I'm not going to get into that at all. I don't know why she saying this. I don't know why after twenty seven years all of a sudden this gets raised. I don't understand it but I'm not going to go in and question her motives. I'm not going to attack her. She has a right to say whatever she wants to say. But I have a right to say. Look at the facts. Check IT OUT. Find out whether any of what she says is true. And based on the investigations that have taken place so far to the best of my knowledge by two major papers. They interviewed dozens of my staff members. Not just senior staff but staff members told at least that's what they said and nobody there. This was not the atmosphere. My Office at all. No one has ever said anything like this but Mr Vice President as it pertained to Dr Ford everyone wanted on high level. Democrats said she should be believed that they believed it happened. You said if someone like Dr Ford were to come out the essence of what she is saying has to be believed has to be real real for Dr Forward but not for Tara Reid there because the facts are to look she. I'm not suggesting she had no right to come forward. I never and I must say any woman stay should come forward. They should be heard and then it should be investigated. It should be investigated. And if there's anything that makes it that is consistent with what's being said. And she makes the case or the cases. Maith then it should be believed but ultimately the truth matters. The truth matters is period. I fought my entire life to change to change the whole notion of the law and cultural sexual around the culture sexual saw you know one of the things. He misses your notice how he hides behind the issue of his staff. He doesn't acknowledge that the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times and other media outlets encountered individuals who as John Heilemann pointed out a contemporaneous to the alleged assault said Terry told them about that. A little more here and I'm just talking about her name not anybody else in those records search for that nothing classified President or anybody else. I'm just asking why not do a search for Tara Reid's name in the University of Delaware records all now? Here's the money clip. You've already heard it but this is what the RNC is pushing out really really hard vice president as it pertained to Dr Ford. Everyone wanted on high level. Democrats said she should be believed that they believed happened. You said someone like Dr Ford were to come out. The essence of what she is saying has to be believed has to be real. Why say real for Dr Forward but not for Tara Reid there because the facts are look she? I'm not suggesting she had no right to come forward and I never I must say any woman. They should come forward. They should be heard and then it should be investigated and should be investigated. And if there's anything that makes it that is consistent with what's being said. And she makes the case or cases. Maith then it should be believed but ultimately the truth matters the truth matters is period. I fought my entire life to change to change the whole notion of the law and cultural sexual around the coast around sexual saw and I fought to strengthen to protect the process for survivors. I believe we've come a long way. We have a long way to go in this system before we in fact are in a position that there's a fair and unbiased view but a at the end of the day it has to be looked at these claims are not true. There's no I mean they're not true. There's Joe by making his case again. I would continue to maintain that the issue is not whether or not to read. Claims are true. I think the issue is that Democrats and the media tried to destroy a good man's reputation based on a single source where there were no identifying Corroborating witnesses no real time communication by the supposed victim and anyone and now they're trying to throw all of that out in in good for Mika Brzezinski pointing that out to Joe Biden. That was his standard than believe all women and he tried to come back and make it about himself and his record. But you know win. Brad Kavanagh did that. They said that was just further. Proof that he'd probably done it because he felt guilty and he was doing these things. Remember when Brett Cavanaugh First dispassionately tried to say that the allegations against him were wrong. The media said well if they if if he was telling the truth if he was telling the truth he would be angry and when next he appeared before the Senate and he was angry. The response was that. Oh well he so angry he must have done it because no one would be that unhinged. I was fearful for my life watching him through the TV screen. He was angry. That's the sign of demented deprave soul. And they WANNA give complete pass on job. I hear that. That's the issue here. That's the issue Tara. Reid had ample opportunity over a number of years to come forward and make her case she did. And she didn't. She finally did an podcast and unlike Christina. Blazey Ford Terry has people that she told contemporaneous including family members which Christie's four didn't have. It's not that she didn't have family. She didn't tell him she has a roommate. She has. She told the specifics that she was taken off handling interns and was moved away from the interns and the interns who were there at the time remember. She was abruptly reassigned before being let go. She has a neighboring California. Who says that within a couple of years tear read talk about her former life talking about working on Capitol Hill said Joe Biden sexually assaulted her. All of these sorts of things lined up. We don't have any of that Kristie Lazy Ford and the FBI paused the the the Senate paused it's nominations process for Brett capital so the FBI could interview everybody that Christine Blazey Ford gave them to in none of them remembered and then there were other people who came forward me to me too me too in the in the overwhelmingly contradict each other in themselves river. Nbc Ran that one story about the woman who now lived in Colorado who Brett cavenaugh shoved up against the wall and started kissing on her after they left a restaurant and it turns out. There's absolutely no way he could have done that. Based on the information given but NBC ran that story anyway. Remember that this isn't about whether Joe Biden sexually assaulted a woman in the early nineteen ninety. S maybe it should be. But it's not. This is about how the media and the Democrats held Brad Kavanagh to a standard and now refuse to hold Joe Biden to that standard. It was believe all women and now it's Oh well believe Oh women but investigate and Brad. Kavanagh didn't get a real investigation if break. Kevin didn't get a real investigation. The neither did Joe Biden with the New York Times. He's hiding behind the New York Times. Which itself has come out and said. Don't hide behind us. We actually found people who backed up or story. I do WanNa give some credit where it's due to make Brzezinski. They essentially try to rough up the REF. I played you the video. That came out first of her talking about Joe Biden. I know she likes him. I know they're friends and I thought she did. A good job pushed him on these issues and this should be the beginning not the end of it. I'm afraid is going to be the end of it and yet again. That'll be another part of the double standard here is those l. Well Mika Brzezinski. Ask all the questions. Let's move on no. It's time to ask more questions. Also why isn't the media getting? Why won't they bring terror? Read on they're trying to get Fox to interview her so they can dismiss it. It's L it's well. She went on Fox clearly. This partisan so what they're gonNA do they're going to. They're not going to have her on and then she's going to go on. Fox's partisan we don't need to consider this anymore. That's what's going to happen here. It is that predictable.

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Ep. 539 - The Cruelty Is The Point

The Michael Knowles Show

52:43 min | 9 months ago

Ep. 539 - The Cruelty Is The Point

"As American Psycho Gavin newsom locked down his political opponents beaches in one of the few conservative counties in California. You're humble correspondent. Broke the law to lounge in the sun. The lockdown authoritarians. Don't have any arguments anymore to defend the Rivonia policies but that isn't the point. The cruelty is the point then. Joe Biden blows it when addressing sexual assault allegations against him. But it won't matter. Feminism dies with a tweet and Hollywood tries to rewrite the history of one of the most important women in the history of the conservative movement. I'm Michael Knowles. This is the Michael. Knowles show broke the law. I'm a criminal at any moment. Now the LAPD could knock down my studio door and drag me away. Gavin newsom state secret. Police could pull me away because I violated his beach. Lockdown were and I did it gleefully I I went to Huntington beach which is one of the beaches. Then when we couldn't get on the beach there. I went down to Newport beach now. You gotTA remember Gavin Newsom. He ordered his lockdown of California. Then he said he was going to start opening up California and then he very specifically said that he was gonna shut down beaches in Orange County. Orange County one of the few somewhat conservative counties in a metro area of California. So we I go to Huntington Beach. There was a big protest of this lockdown on Friday. So we thought we'd get on the beach. They have not only the yellow tape up at all. The beach entrances the cops patrolling yellow tape. So even if you wanted to break the rules and go onto the beach the cops are just grab you right as you try to walk on not just that there were helicopters patrolling the beach ordering people to go inside. I took this video. One just on my iphone taste report. This is something that was extraordinarily eerie about. Not only what we heard about helicopter but even what we heard from some of the cops walking around and from some of the other bullhorns is all of these law enforcement. Officers tried to sound so pleasant. Oh excuse me sorry. Sorry for the inconvenience. Go Home Right now because the state has ordered law enforcement officers with guns to kick you off the Beach. But Ray we're really sorry it's for your own benefit so smiley so kind so nice but the end result is the same. The Governor is ordering you imprisoned in your own homes and if you even try to go out and take a walk in the sunshine will bully you out of there and put you back indoors that was Huntington. You couldn't get on the beach in Huntington wasn't possible so we drove ten minutes down the Road Dan Pch and got to Newport beach. Newport beach a little more freedom loving down there there were people on the beach so we walked onto the beach and then at a certain point the lifeguard. Suv's rolled up followed by the COP. Suv's rolling up with the same message ordering people off the beach now. What's so interesting about this video again? I just got it on my phone. Is the lifeguards and the cops. They order everyone off the beach and the people on Newport beach they just don't move been a water all right it goes on. There's still some more you know. Please leave the beach everybody. The governor leaves the as they're driving by people sitting there in their chairs. I go hey officer you doing. That's the the better attitude toward it. I think Newport was a lot better than than Huntington in terms of the people who were going to the beach. The COPS patrolled. No one really paid attention. Some people may be left a little bit then the minute the cops are on. The people just went right on the beach and that was that the beach closures have nothing to do with public health. This is the key takeaway that I saw firsthand the beach. Closures are surely punitive. They are just meant to punish you. They're just meant to make you feel bad now. How do we know this well for starters? There's research that just came out of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation Trust in the University of East Anglia England which shows that a deficiency of vitamin D apparently makes the corona virus far more dangerous compare the average vitamin D levels of twenty countries with Kovic nine hundred mortality rates found significant relationships between Vitamin D. And the number of deaths caused by this infection so basically stands to reason if you go out and get a little bit of sunshine. You're going to be healthier if you stay cramped in this these danke indoor spaces all the time I obviously if we want to keep our vitamin D levels up no better place to do it in southern California than at the beach. They don't care they're ordering you indoors. Another reason this is ridiculous. The beaches are huge. So one thing I saw in Huntington beach is the huge why beaches totally empty the sidewalks packed full of people. If you want people to social distance how about you. Open up the giant open spaces if you did that. People obviously would be far further apart than they would otherwise when I finally did make it down to Newport beach once the cops went away. Just went down with my chairs. Hung out there for a few hours. We weren't just six feet apart. We're probably thirty or forty feet apart at that point but it doesn't matter Gavin newsom that that's not the point. The point is not dissociate assistive. Third reason why fresh air is always good? Having a little fresh air is good for the body especially when we're talking about airborne illnesses either. You can be cramped up cooped up with people and sharing the same stagnant air or you can be out in the fresh air but the key giveaway that this is just political punishment. Is that newsome singled out his political opponents county. Oc The volume of density the volume of people and concentrated space particularly in a few cities few coastal cities off and around the orange. County area Those were the point of particular concern so today we want to make some clarifications. We're going to do a hard close And that part of the state just in the Orange County area yeah just in that area Orange County area just in that area. That voted against me. When I ran for governor just just in that area you jerks you monsters areas. They're okay but just in that one area full of my political opponents pathetic stuff. What did I do at the beach? What did I do when I was violating the law? I ate a Taco and I read the AENEID and I caught some sunshine. That's it that's that's pretty much all anybody who's doing reading a book kind of listening to music drinking a little bit. That's okay. Everyone was very far apart all that. This is about is just politicians covering their barriers. It occurred to me while sitting on the beach. This is going to get a lot worse before it gets any better. Not because of the virus but because of the politics of it why there's increasing evidence that the lockdowns didn't save a single life not just that they were ineffective. They didn't save a single life to the only two things. The lockdowns can accomplish our flatten the curve so as not to overwhelm hospital system and flat in the curve until we can get a point we can get to a point where we have vaccine and that will save a lot of lives however we didn't come close to overwhelming hospital system even in the places that were at the center of the epidemic so that that argument off the table we're not close to vaccine and there's increasing evidence that the virus is spreading much much faster. There were many many more people infected than we thought that there were and so it seems very unlikely if not impossible that we're going to get a vaccine before. This virus spreads threat huge portion of the population. So there's no evidence that the lockdown accomplished much of anything at all. There is increasing evidence that the governors and the mayors need to convince people that the lockdowns were necessary or even seeing this at the federal government federal state and local. And so we need to have these politicians think we need to have these punitive measures like beach closures to play on cognitive dissonance? That's that's the principle that's a player. What is cognitive dissonance? When you're seeing a disagreement between your behavior and what you see intellectually to be true. There's more to it than that. But that's a simple description of what people are. Seeing what people are reasoning through intellectually is the lockdowns. Were an overreach. They increasingly do not seem to be necessary. The increasingly seem to be making things worse right because the economy is completely crashed. People's livelihoods are being ruined to rate screened. Drug drug overdose rates are going to go up. People are looking at it saying well. This is a bad policy and even if it made sense five weeks ago. It certainly doesn't make sense now right and yet the politicians have double down on it to make. It seem like it was necessary and so. They're they're forcing people back indoors. They're forcing people away from the beach. They're not letting anybody returned to anything even slightly resembling normal life Gavin. Newsom says it's not GONNA be weeks. It's going to be months before we reopened churches. We're going to other things that really matter to you. Were not going to reopen. Because if we're all cooped up inside if we're not going to walk on the beach even though it's perfectly fine to walk on the beach following all the rules you can still go to the beach if we stay cooped up inside we're going to feel like this is a super serious thing. Our behavior is going to be telling us that this is the end of the world and we have to stay indoors and so it will be easier to convince ourselves that the politicians were right in the first place. But they're not. This is a complete political rear end covering right now and all of the incentives are going to be in place for politicians to make this worse. You know very simple. Shallow level at people think that politicians want to make this easier for us. They wanted us to help. Go back to work. They want to be able to go outside and enjoy ourselves. Enjoy the sunshine. No it actually will be better for the alarmist politicians. If this feels tougher on us because it makes it look like they were right in the first place we will get to more on this principle and we'll get to the Biden interview in just a moment first. Though I've got friends over quipped I have to thank all of our friends. Our sponsors who have stuck with us you know pretty crazy days. We're in right now. 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The hospital system was not overwhelmed. California's actually doing relatively quite well. So he was wrong. He was wrong and as it becomes clear that he's wrong. He's doubling Dan you see this in Chicago Chicago Mayor Lori. Lightfoot saying that she's going to throw people in jail if they don't stay in their dank apartments now. I've directed Superintendent Brown to order all police district to give special attention to these parties. And this is how it's going to be. We will shut you down. We will cite you and if we need to we will arrest you and we will take you to jail period. There should be nothing unambiguous about that. Don't make us treat you like a criminal but if you act like a criminal and you violate the law and you refuse to do what is necessary to save lives. In the city in the middle of pandemic we will take you to jail period. So this kind of talk is very offensive to an American. We don't like to hear our politicians talk to us. Like this pretty disgraceful. Not In keeping with our national tradition of respect for our citizens. Free government self-government right and yet she's got a point. I mean she's dead wrong and how she talks and what she does in pretty much everything because she's a very crooked Chicago politician but she does have a point here. It gets to something that we were talking about last week in our description of freedom and what it means to be free and how we learn to be free there will be order okay. The government will impose order on us or we will impose order on ourselves and in the early tradition of the United States we had a rigorous system of self government very local government strong families strong liberal arts liberal arts being the way that we make sense of our in earner freedom and discipline ourselves very religious. John Adams said this remember said our constitution is built for a moral and religious people. It is unfit to the governance of other kinds of people. We have a free government. But if you're GONNA if government doesn't mean just do what you want free government means you control yourselves so that we don't have to impose on you and increasingly particularly over the last fifty or sixty years. There has been a social movement in this country. The left that has sought to take away those controls so most noticeably you see this in the realm of sex. We saw it at the beginning with free. Love it's moved onto you do you. It's gone onto the moral standard of if it feels good. Do it that that now. There is basically no limit to our sexual expression. We should indulge any sexual desire that we have basically at any time. You saw them the breakdown of marriage which is the fundamental building block of society. You saw the rise of no fault divorce. You saw the rise of slightly strange little bit. Kooky living situations you saw a social breakdown at that level. Then this rises up to the community level communities. Don't remain quite as strong as as you have the sort of cult of the atomised individual pursuing one's own individual self-interest at the expense of any kind of public interest these localities start to break down people. Move away first of all from them. They don't participate in their own. Civic Civil Society you see voluntary associations that political observers like Like Sta Tocqueville observed in America. You know the Lions Club. The kind of thing those starts to break down as well ultimately at the end of this. I'm skipping a lot of steps but you know in the interest of time you get to what Barack Obama in two thousand twelve described as the life of Julia and this. This was so honest of the left talking about their their platform that they actually scrubbed it from the Internet because it was very spooky and the life of Julia was this description. Cradle to grave of this woman's life where she has no meaningful relationship with anybody but the Federal Government. No husband no local community. No nothing nothing. No family just the government even when she chooses to have a child she doesn't get fall in love. Get married you know. Have a big baptism of a party. At no none of that. She chooses to have a child and then the government takes care of that child for her. And that's that's it as we pursue merely our own individual desires than the power of the government grows and they control us now. What's funny is Lori. Lightfoot here this leftist politician. She sort of complaining about this. She's pretending she's upset. The left has been hoping for this for sixty years at least okay and it's up to us to fight back against that if we want to be talked to buy our politicians like that if we want to have a little dignity and respect and freedom in this country we need to govern our own desires now what Lori lightfoot is saying if you go out and you know don't listen everywhere saying then. You're not behaving. You're not controlling yourself. That's not true. We don't need to control ourselves in the way. The politicians want us to control ourselves. Certainly not but we do need to be able to control ourselves. Our desires our actions or behaviors. So that not only will. The politicians not talk to us that way because they have such respect for us. They're such good people out of the kindness of their heart because they won't be allowed to because some hack to bit would be totalitarians. Wouldn't dare speak that way to free people now? Speaking of two bit tinpot would be world leaders we will get to Joe Biden. He had a mostly disastrous. But it's still probably won't matter interview on MSNBC to address the sexual assault allegations. We'll get to that in a second. I gotta thank our friends over. Lifelock lifelock is very important. These days you've got to be prepared you know people who are prepared for every eventuality right and you're not one of those people but you'd like to be breaches. 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Joe Biden finally addresses the sexual assault allegations from terror. Read mainstream media been doing a good job of covering up for him and not ask him questions. Finally he goes on Morning Joe. He talks to Mika Brzezinski and he makes the strongest defense. I've heard yet of why we should not pin these allegations on him. I don't remember any type of complaint. She may have made and was twenty. Seven years ago and I don't remember nor anyone else that I'm aware of and the fact is that I don't remember. Don't remember any complaint ever having been made the fact is I don't remember this is by far. Joe Biden's best defense. The one thing I believe from Joe Biden is that he doesn't remember absolutely neighbor doesn't remember his own name. He doesn't remember where he is at all so he makes this argument which we would expect and it was by far the highlight of the interview. Further down in the interview he starts to break apart. He you know that Joe Biden is not great with words. He's always putting his foot in his mouth. He lets out a little bit too much so Mika asks him okay. You don't remember this. Do you know if there is a record of this woman filing a complaint or you absolutely certain that there is no record that she filed a complaint great opportunity. Where if there is no complaint Joe Biden? Come out and say yes. There is no complaint. Take that one to the bank. This is B. S. Were moving on. But he can't say that because it seems very likely that there is a complaint in so Joe Biden gives us this word Salad non-answer of an answer as we. This is a very. I'm sorry go ahead as we await for the records from the National Archives. Are you absolutely certain? Are you absolutely positive? There is no record of any complaint by tower. Read against you. I am absolutely positive that no one that I'm aware of ever has been made aware of any complaint of formal complaint made by or complaint by terror. Read against me at the time. This allegedly happened twenty seven years ago or until the I. Announced for pre well was guess who is in April or May of this year. I'm a let me see if I get this right. I'm absolutely certain that I'm certain and that. There's no record of a complaint that if anyone that I talked to having a record or or a complaint or a complaint of anyone from the time in ever until May or until April now I think I'm pretty no absolutely no aware those were I guess every word that Joe Biden used made sense when you put them together. They didn't mean anything and they didn't. They didn't mean anything because he can't be certain that there isn't a complaint and very likely. He thinks that there is a complaint. So okay so far. Basically so good. What else is he going to say? He's GONNA use mealy mouthed politician language I remember this well. There's there's probably not a chance of maybe there is then. Joe Biden goes too far and we kind of move actually passed the terror read sexual assault stuff into the broader problem of Joe. Biden's public life. Which is that. He's held virtually every position on virtually every issue. He doesn't really believe anything he's corrupt. There's a lot of evidence of his own corruption and so to begin. Mika says why can't we just search these records your records or at the University of Delaware? Let's just open them up and give them a search he goes. We can't search those records because those records contain many of my speeches and publicly held positions from over the years and it would be unfair for those speeches and positions to be re. You released publicly. Well I'm running for office. He basically saying it would be very unfair for people to know what I've thought and done for my whole career because then nobody would vote for me. Okay please go ahead the first Semester University of Delaware records. Do you agree with the reporting that those records were supposed to be revealed to the public and then they were resealed for a longer period of time until after you leave quote public life and if you agree with that if that's what happened. Why did that happen because look the fact is that? There's a lot of things that of speeches I've made positions. I've taken interviews that I did overseas with people all of those things relating to my job and the idea that they would all be made public in fact while I was running for public office they could be really taken out of context that papers or position papers. They are documented existent and That that when for example when I go when I met with Putin or when I met with whomever and all of that to be fodder in campaign and this time I don't know of anybody who's done anything like that and so the National Archives is the only place there would be anything having to do with personnel records. There are no personnel records in the Biden papers at the university. Stop talking quit while you're ahead initially says. Look I don't have any. There's no personnel records and there's no reason to open these up. I don't have any recollection of the complaint. No one else does either. Also we can't open them up because it's got all my positions that is held over the years and we don't want people to know about my positions also. There are conversations. I've had with Vladimir Putin. We don't want people to hear that. What dude now. All you've done is convinced me from the beginning of that clip to the end that we definitely need to reopen those records for way more than the terror read stuff. I don't really care that much about the terror stuff I mean. It's a good attack on Joe Biden because of the absolute rank hypocrisy of the metoo movement and feminists which we will get to in a moment because Lisa Bloom. The famous feminist lawyer has proved to this perfectly but it's not really about the terror. Read stuff because Joe Biden does have a point. It's been twenty seven years and it's strange that these things are coming up now. Should they be investigated? Yeah sure I suppose so. Therefore more credible than Brad Kavanagh allegations. I have a far more sympathetic view of the accuser. In this case than any of the feminists do so surely we should at least take it seriously but it's not just the terrorist stuff. It's his whole career and he says no. We can't look at that. He's actually agreeing with me saying we're not that worried about the allegation we're worried about my whole career. He goes on an unbelievable. You gotta give it to Joe Biden. He somehow makes a bad defense even worse when he says. Forget even about my public papers. What about all the contacts? I've had with foreign governments. What about my conversations with Barack Obama that I had about those foreign governments? Why not do it for both sets of records because the material in the University of Delaware has no personnel files and it has but it does have a lot of confidential conversations that I had with the president about a particular issue that I had with the heads of state of other places. That would not be something that would be revealed while I was in public office while I was seeking public office. You had a lot of conversations with President then. President Barack Obama about a particular issue and on this issue you also had conversations with heads of state. What might that particular issue be with that particular issue be the actual biggest scandal of your recent campaign the issue that while you were vice president running relations with Ukraine you insisted that the prosecutor who was investigating you're crooked son get fired in exchange for aid from the United States? Would it would it be that On this issue of Ukraine and Hunter Biden Burris MMA that clip where you said we're going to withhold the funding. If you don't fire this Guy Alcohol Barack Obama Right now. Would it be you know that Clinton is kind of floating around? Would that be the issue? Is that the issue that you don't WanNa come up. I don't know I'm just raising questions. I haven't seen the files but it sure as hell seems to me that we should biden taking a bad particular situation which is this increasingly credible allegation against him. Although we don't know that is actually credible right. Don't forget it still took decades for this thing to come out. Story has changed a little bit far more credible than Christine Blasi Ford. But let's not get ahead of ourselves here right. He's taking this bad problem for his campaign and turning it into a much broader problem that reflects on his own corruption and his own political weaknesses. 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We'll be right back okay. So I've got to warn you when you listen to Joe Biden's response on this. There's going to be a pause. Your audio has not gone out. The podcast has not stopped. It's just that awkward. What's funny about this is that it's actually Joe Biden's best defense but he couldn't give it right. Classic Joe Biden Musso. Mika asks if there's nothing there in the records why not do a search and I'm just talking about her name not anybody else in those records a search for that nothing classified President or anybody else. I'm just asking why not do a search for Tara Reid's name in the University of Delaware records? I mean who does that search? The University of Delaware Perhaps you set up a commission that can do it. I don't know whatever is the fairest way to create the most transparency will. This is look meeker. She said she filed a report. She has her employment records still. She said she filed a report with the only office that would have a report in the United States Senate at the time. If the report was ever filed it was filed their period. I finally got around to it. It's their period. It's all over but not before that long awkward. Pause this is Joe. Biden's best defense as to why he doesn't want to open up his sealed records at the University of Delaware and that defense is who's going to do the search we're in the midst of a presidential campaign. Nobody could possibly be without some kind of interest here without some kind of biased. So we're we just can't do it is nobody would have the objectivity to do it if the Biden campaign did the search no one would believe it if the University of Delaware did the search might leak and still perhaps no one would believe it if some other political operatives brought in it would be too unreliable and too dangerous and other candidates actually wouldn't do it but Joe Biden can't get this out there so Joe Biden. Just destroys himself as always as he always does his campaign gets worse and worse and worse all on his own. Nicole Wallace mainstream media reporter. Msnbc decides that it's Joe Biden's own fault. It's not Mika Brzezinski own fault. It's not terror. Reads Fault not technically allowed to blame terrorists? Even though that's what the Democrats are trying to do she's saying that this whole as this whole aspect of the attack on Joe Biden is a smear campaign being run by Republicans. I think that this is a year without campaigns without a campaign trail without a campaign press corps and the silver lining. If you will is that voters are going to have to watch that interview this morning and make their own judgments there are no more arbiters. There are no more ause in either party. Let me just his to having once. Been a part of the Republican Party. The right isn't running an intellectually honest operation to get to the bottom of whether terror read was victimized. The right is running a smear campaign against Joe Biden. It's a smear campaign be run by the right. It's be run by the right really. I thought it was being run by terror Reed who is a Democrat who isn't just a Democrat. She's a democratic staffer who worked for Joe Biden. That's what it is and by the way. Republicans have been actually pretty laissez faire about this whole thing. We haven't totally embraced the terror. Read stuff we're pointing out the hypocrisy of how Cavanaugh was treated versus. How Biden's being treated by the media but we're not totally embracing it. Actually here's my evidence. President trump is sort of defending. Joe Biden is brilliant. Totally unexpected but a brilliant move President trump was Dan Bongino. Podcast just a couple of days ago and he was asked about the terror. Read allegations and you ask yourself house. Trump GONNA respond. Is he gonna go hard after Joe and call them a creepy sexual assailant? Is he going to stay out of the fray or is the bizarre option? Is he going to defend Joe Biden and actually defending Joe Biden? Was politically the smartest move. I've been falsely accused by people that I'd never even seen. I've I've never even seen many of these people and some of them. I met him zero interest. Okay thanks zero and all of a sudden you become a wealthy guy. You're famous guy. Then you become president and people just people that you've never seen that you've never heard of make charges so you know. I guess in a way you could say I'm I'm Sticking up for him but mother was very compelling certainly the girlfriend or the friends who are very compelling and certainly far more compelling than anything they had with respect to Brett cabinet is one of the most high quality human beings what they did to that family of. That man is a disgrace. So Scott Adams. The dilbert guy gave some good analysis of this. Few other people have as well. But Scott's is worth checking out trump isn't a very tough spot here right because if trump goes after joe based on these allegations some creepy sexual assailant well look Donald. Trump has been a playboy for much of his career. And so you can always dredge up a bunch of people who were calling him some kind of sexual assailant. None with the credibility of terror read against Joe Biden. Always hear this from the left. They say there's twenty accusations of sexual misconduct against trump. Twenty five fifty million accusations of sexual misconduct. The way that you know that there aren't really twenty serious. Allegations of sexual misconduct against trump is. If any of them were really credible the mainstream media would not have shut up about it for the last four years but they don't have any actual credible allegations against trump. So they trot out a porn star that he had completely consensual relationship with remember stormy. Daniels they use that for like a year or two years if they had someone who actually said that guy raped me. That guy salted me then we would know her name. But you never hear the name your twenty twenty five women so trump still knows that he's not going to be treated fairly in the media and so he takes this really reasonable position which is look. We don't know if these claims are true. Famous people famous men do get targeted with false allegations. This has happened a lot. We don't know if the allegations are true or not against Joe. The only thing we know is that the left and the media are being completely hypocritical. Here this is the same argument. This is the by far the best argument that conservatives could possibly make and it leaves the left. No wiggle room right. They've tried to put us in an impossible position. We turn it around and put them in that position. Lisa Bloom Gloria allred's daughter. Lisa Bloom one of the most famous feminist lawyers in the country took this. She was in this impossible position and she took it to. Its logical conclusion. I think that this tweet from Lisa Bloom. We'll be cited by sociologists as the precise moment that feminism died she tweets out unbelievable. I believe Utara read. You have people who remember you told them about this decades ago. We know he is Hansie. You'RE NOT ASKING FOR MONEY. You've obviously struggled mightily with this. I still have to fight trump so I still support joe but I believe you and I'm sorry. That is a stunning statement from the feminist left and it confirms everything we've said about them from the beginning. Which is this is not about supporting women. This is not about the objective pursuit of truth. This is not about fighting the oppressors and helping the oppressed or whatever language they use. This is about attacking conservatives. This is about attacking our culture which conservatives obviously want to conserve the metoo too movement has gone from believe all women in two thousand sixteen to now in two thousand twenty believe all women and elect their rapists. That's what she's saying she's saying. I believe that Joe Biden is a sexual assailant. I believe it I believe everything. You're claiming is true. And I'm sorry but I'm definitely still gonNA vote for him. At least Lisa Bloom is honest. She's catching a lot of flack for this. Because what she's saying is indefensible. But the whole feminist left is indefensible. No they just lie and they'd be hypocrites at least at least what Lisa Bloom is doing is admitting what this is head of. The time's up. The time's up to organization head of times up defending Biden to disbelieving. Same thing with Debra messing the famous leftist actress Same Milano. Some people are shocked by the double standard. I am not okay. This was never about principals. Not The me too movement. Not Feminism not. Any of the left is social movements that we've seen over the last hundred years not any part of leftism. It's not about principles or standards. It's about you it's about tearing you down. It's about taking away your culture taking away your country taking away your traditions and your rituals rich rituals all your rituals your dialects that might pronounce rituals rituals. You everything that you cherish that you want to conserve about tearing that down it's about deconstruction. Right these are the kind of words that you hear all the time from the left deconstruction social constructs and deconstruction right. They want to rip it down. They don't like you. They don't like your culture. They don't like your traditions. They don't like your history they don't like your civilization. They want to tear it down if feminism will tear it down. They'll use feminism if the job will tear it down. They'll use the job right. They'll use kind of Islamic identity politics. Feminism and the Hijab. Don't really go together doesn't matter they'll use whichever ones convenient. If gay identity politics will tear it down. They'll use that. If transgender identity politics will tear it down which totally undermine gay identity politics right. The whole idea of homosexual identity politics is were born this way there is such a thing as biological sex attracted to people of the same sex transgenderism says none of that's true. There is no such thing as sex. Anyway we can be men can be women. Women can be men. It's transphobic if you're not attracted to the people that I want you to be attracted to doesn't matter they'll use either one and we're perpetually shocked. People Linda Soar Right. Islamists WILL HOLD HANDS WITH GLORIA STEINEM. Left a secular feminists at the women's March. We say these two people don't have a lot in common but yet they hold hands at the women's March they do have something in common a common enemy and that's you and your culture and your civilization were shocked that they believe Christine Blasi Ford but not terror read why it's not about any principal. Okay it's just about tearing down the culture. It is purely a politics of opposition. This is even a conflict of visions for the culture. It's about culture and it's about anti-culture and that's it and we should be open to it and stop being these naive little children who were perpetually shocked and we say. Yeah but look at the hypocrisy. They don't care about that. Boxy point out the hypocrisy because it's important to win over. Conservatives and moderates and independents. The left doesn't care. It was never about principles. It was always about you. Speaking of people who are misunderstanding. The political moment former president George W Bush issued a whole message about. How terrible the viruses? And it's a feel good message you know we've got to be nice to everybody and this is a tough time but we'll get through it okay. That's fine most of its unobjectionable. Then he gets to his political advice in this moment and this political advice was dead wrong. Let's remember that the suffering we experience as a nation does not fall evenly in the days to come it will be especially important to care in practical ways for the elderly. The ill and the unemployed finally let us remember how small our differences are in the face of this shared threat in the final analysis. We are not partisan combatants. We're human beings equally vulnerable and equally wonderful and the side of God we rise or fall together and we are determined to rise. God bless you all a okay. Basically and unobjectionable message right except for the political advice. He seems to be giving here. He's saying by the final count. Were not just political opponents. Yeah that's true. Ultimately my ultimate identity is not as a political opponent of somebody else but in this political moment that is an important aspect of our character because the left doesn't forget that they have a political agenda but very often conservatives do forget that we have a political agenda. The left has been telling us for fifty years. The personal is political. Everything is political and some conservatives unfortunately like former President Bush are trying to pretend that that is not the case and a lot of the failings on the right during the Bush era. I think are attributable to this problem. This is a political moment right now. The authoritarian hack politicians on the left or using the corona virus as an opportunity to punish their political opponents to wield arbitrary political power without any reasoning left whatsoever and to cover their own political deers with even more punitive measures. Okay that is political and it is important for us as free citizens of this republic to use our political mechanisms at our disposal to push back against that. This is political. It'd be really nice if we could just come by you all the time. That is not how this is working at this moment and conservatives who think that that is the way forward I think are woefully misguided before we go. I've got to talk about a conservative. Who was not ever woefully misguided a conservative who is a real real role model for people today and she's been in many ways written out of history and now the left is trying to rewrite her history when they put her back into history. That person is Phyllis schlafly Phyllis Schlafly the great privilege of attending a dinner with shortly before she died and so this was toward the end of her life and she gave a rousing lucid brilliant political speech there as she always did. Phyllis schlafly very very prominent in the nineteen seventies fighting against the so-called equal rights amendment the equal rights amendment. Was this leftist nonsense. That tried to redefine sex gender to say that there is no difference whatsoever between sex and what the equal rights. There's actually a new push right now to to ratify the equal rights amendment. What it would do is In in the long run at the extreme abolish things like same sex schools because men and women wouldn't be treated perfectly equally. It would abolish same-sex restrooms which is already happening people mocked. Phyllis Schlafly said. She was lying when she said that that would come to pass. It's already happening. Even without the era said that women would be drafted. There's a big push again to do that right now. Basically everything this woman predicted about politics has come true even though she did a great job slowing it down by stopping the ORWELLIAN equal rights amendment. And so one of those brilliant women that has ever existed in American politics. There's a new show which I'm watching right now. It's generally a pretty good show but at crucial moments they try to rewrite the history. I'll show you exactly how they do it. Here's a clip. Phyllis schlafly is debating some feminist from the ACLU and this is a real debate. These events are you know. Every scene in the show is based on real events but then it gets interpreted loosely. Here is how the TV show portrays this debate going down. I mean the courts would decide as they did with a recent Washington. Dc case where three children were given to the father and the mother had to pay child support. What was declared that was an advance for women but the the larger issue is that the era erodes the institution of marriage not to force the case. Well I'd have to look it up but the point you don't know the name of the case. Well there's so many cases we don't have time to cite. The grace named this one point is if everything must be equal in the logical extension. The era is that we would have a gender scared the women of America into believing something that is not based in reality but when you argue an actual point in the real world in a court of law you need to set a case to support your arguments. The case well I think it was fully vested Lanham or Lancaster. Something like that. There is no such case. Oh yes there is but you see. Psych. I'm not a lawyer. No Oh wow what a fischler. She looks to her husband. She had no the answer. She is so dumb and and deceptive. Because she's making up these cases right. Except here's the problem. That never happened. That never ever happened. Didn't happen in that debate. That's a real debate. We can go back and watch the tape. You can find the tape. The Phyllis Schlafly Eagle's actually organization to preserve her legacy just did a great video on this compared shot by shot throughout much of this show all of the ways that they completely lie about history so go check that out on the. Phyllis Schlafly Eagles page. This moment did not happen ever she. Phyllis schlafly never invented a case in this debate. She never invented a case in any political debate. And actually what happened in real life during the debate? Is that moment that Phil scuttle flustered because the feminist got around the ropes in reality it was the exact opposite. It was this feminist who phyllis was debating who was contrary to the TV show not confident not particularly intelligent not particularly on camera. It was she who made an obviously false claim and who got called out for it and who couldn't answer it. Here's the reality. Many lending institutions count of women's income. Only for half of what it is if she is married and between the ages of twenty and forty four and cannot show that she has been sterilized that that goes for banks that goes for department stores. Are you saying that they inquired? Women are sterilized lutely anyplace that they they do. Just give me the name of one. I'd like to continue to as a bank in Queens. I'm not gonNA name never heard of one. This wouldn't be a plug. If there is any institution in this country then becomes a major news event. Would we want to know that case I can guarantee you? Yeah we'll be a front page story on even time out. I mean this is the garrison address to that place. Oh it's exactly the opposite. It's even worse. They actually. This woman did even worse in the moment than they're pretending that Phyllis schlafly did because you just made up this policy at a made up anxious. Well I'm not going to say the name why not. You're fighting for women's rights. Why don't you name them? Isn't it the whole point of your movement? Well no I'm not I don't WanNa know I'm not gonNA name. My boyfriend lives in candidate. No I don't think No I don't think so. This is how they do it. This is what the left does. This is what Hollywood does because no one most people don't remember Phyllis schlafly anyway because she's been written out of the history books but now what people are GonNa Remember. Is this. Tv show. That's what they're going to remember or they're gonNA when how are they gonNA REMEMBER JFK? They're gonNA remember Oliver. Stone's movie is anti historical movie. This is what the left does we talked about. On couple episodes ago we talked about how all news is fake. Now all history is fake. By that I mean some of it's true but you really have to look with a critical eye at all of these things because it's about you. Okay it's not about principle. It's not about telling the truth. It's not about the objective pursuit of what really happened. It's about tearing down a very particular culture country particular civilization and they will do that by any means necessary and we need to be on guard because that is being done in clear ways through political attacks that we see all the time through policies that that governors are foisting on us every day. And it's being done in subtle ways like the rewriting of news and the rewriting of history but don't look for a principal. Just look for who the intended victim is that. Look through the intended enemy. Is that person? I'm sorry to say is you all right? That's our show. I'm Michael Knowles this. The Michael Knowles show. I'll see you tomorrow if you enjoyed this episode. And frankly even if you didn't don't forget to subscribe and if you want to help spread the word please give us a five star review and tell your friends to subscribe. We're available on Apple podcasts. Spotify and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Also be sure to check out the other daily wire podcasts. 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047 - Everybody Wear the Mask

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1:27:52 hr | 6 months ago

047 - Everybody Wear the Mask

"One and a half things at once right check check check check. Check? I assume so here we go Let's start with music and then we'll get going for Dell. Sound like podcast is episode forty seven years ago. have. You ever worn them, ask. I had to. You Ready. The mask on your face this. Behalf can me joke. I. Walk The street in Camouflage, identity. Hacienda, Honest. How could I not do this? Where's the mass? How long will it last? Keith taking orders. Clock now. MANAGER SCOOP UP, seeing. How would you like to quarter rate move up to register. Sharks. Come back and tell me. The. Surgery Wrong, MC. Why should I be a spy when he was finding on meet? Seen If the last Move Checkmate crowned King. Twenty two pistol whipped him in his face. Now, why it? To. Hit the streets. I, thought the defense. Basically to DC happy. Ground Building missiles for World War Three. On your face. The next day art. I'm sorry. I'm sorry I had to do that. It's forty S. I'm like podcast. This is episode forty seven. It's been awhile. It's been a while. Everything's in slow motion. Everything Corona virus time man, all going on globally locally and just approximately slash exponentially in my own life I apologize a long time. But we're back. And we're still on our. Ish. I think today's episode is GonNa be called everybody. Wear the mask or the mask or something along those lines. Because in addition to putatively preventing. Disease! And the jury's out on that depends on the context depends on the disease spends on the. Contagious properties of the disease depends on the type of mass depends on depends on a whole number of factors. In addition to putatively presenting preventing diseases another thing, a mask allows you to do is hide. And I was thinking about hiding. As I thought about the show this morning. I was thinking about when your kid. And you're playing. Hide and seek. And it's like you know it's a summer night and his sleigh or after noon. You know it's like the and you've been playing a couple. Rounds of hide and seek, and you're ready to get on to other stuff you know it's like maybe like mom just called dinner. You know or you going to the movies that night you gotTa Wash Up, you know. Or you just got some other plans like okay. The game is over now. And there's always that. This is my. This is my little stupid analogy to start the show. Just bear with me. There's always that kid in the neighborhood. Who will not come out of his hiding spot? You remember that kid. Perhaps that was you. Lets me, sometimes, come on, you find good outings by your like, but I don't want the game to be over. This is so good and people need to know how good my hiding spot is. Even if even because even if they knew you know doesn't really make much sense as they knew than, it would be blown and it wouldn't be usable hiding spot. But you just want credit for that harding's. We just want to stay there and the game's over. You just keep hiding and everybody's like come on man. The movie starts. Right. you have your parents drop you off at the? I'm trying to imagine an age at which you would both be playing. Hide and seek and go to the movies. You know they happens Why am I talking about? Being that annoying kid, I'll be that guy. Why am I talking about being that annoying kid in the high? See game talking about it. because. It seems to me. And it has seemed to me although I like to wait a little bit to say it. And circumstances in my world has sort of prevented saying a lot lately. It seems to me. that. The status the Liberals. Democrats left whatever you WANNA call them. Are that kid. And the game of hide and seek. Consists. Well I should say that. The the continuing to hide on their part consists in. Basically everyone now understanding what they're doing. How they're harnessing. The quote and quote pandemic. Basically everybody understands now that this is just like the follow up to Russia and Ukraine and do anything and everything. You can do to get Donald Trump outta office. All right pretty much. Everybody understands that. And it has become more clear. As the numbers? have become more clear. Yes, I'm going to talk about the numbers again. I have to because it's so important. Because, it's so important because it illustrates so perfectly it and all the surrounding issues illustrates so perfectly something I like to come back to again and again on the show. In fact what I started this show e this podcast. I e the first ten episodes. Way Back when. The subject I started with which is basically, which is basically in a way in a nutshell, trump versus the experts, but it's not as you heard there in those first ten episodes. It's not really trump versus the experts, the experts versus you experts culture. It's the PhD class as the academics versus you. Trump is just a figurehead. Yes they hate him, but they hate him because he represents you. It's you they hate. The common person who doesn't believe there BS okay. Doesn't believe their bs about evolution doesn't believe there about climate change doesn't believe there bs about transgenderism doesn't believe right does this doesn't believe it just just sees what you see and you call it like you see it and you know. You. Trust your right, you just, don't you? Just you just don't buy into it and they can't stand. Because they want to run your life. And they want to revamp society. The hate you. They said as much. They say Mary context context of myriad ways. I can tell you having spent a significant amount of my life. on the other side of the the wall, surrounding the ivory tower or essay inside the tower. Whatever you want to say, the hate you. They do they've got plans for you? But this issue with the numbers, because numbers are so SCIENC-, aren't they? They're society. As you're going to hear Joe Scarborough, talk about the scientific numbers. I wonder what what if we asked? Joe Scarborough would a scientific numbers I real number. Is a scientific number like a special category of number I. Don't know. Numbers sounds so SCIENC-, and for people who don't actually understand critical thinking rationality or science self talking about numbers makes them feel like they're talking about science. Stop and makes them feel smart. But this issue about the fatality rate of the corona virus and yes I'm GonNa, walk you through it again. A Walk Myself through it again. It behooves us. It repays our continued attention. Okay. This issue about the fatality rate is so important and so encapsulates. Some of the most important dynamics about this presidency. And about where we're at culturally and socially politically. And so forth. All Right? These folks are the kid who will not come out and just admit that the game is over.