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MPS is Broke, but They Want to Dig a Deeper Hole

Vicki McKenna

34:40 min | 1 year ago

MPS is Broke, but They Want to Dig a Deeper Hole

"And. Broadcasting till planet, Madison Brew City and the World on iheartradio. The. Casual to be a part of the program called Chunky me Wisconsin. dells toll free line at Eight, seven, seven to three five thirteen. Victim at WNBA DOT com now you're so. Good afternoon. Bernie. I'm glad it's Friday. Anakin ally. Stop is blowing up all over the place in Minneapolis, literally. So. Here's what's coming up on the program on the Vicki. Mckenna show good afternoon. We have got. Let's see. A call for subpoenas. In the United States Senate. Subpoenas. Subpoenas of people in the Obama Administration that were instrumental in unmasking General Flynn and instrumental in teeing up the crossfire hurricane. Investigation we'll get with Senator Ron Johnson about that coming up. Dane County has decided that apparently it wants to put itself at risk. Of losing a civil rights lawsuit. That's coming up. Shortly on the program as well the Dane County Health Department has decided that it wants to threaten one thousand dollar fines. For Churches. That permit in more than fifty people. Singling out churches for special attention and special harassment Dane. County is also indicated. It plans to put quote observers AKA spies. At Churches to count the number of people going in. Now just in case you're thinking well. That kind of sounds like. Some other places on Dane County. It's five percent. Capacity is the rule for phase one reopening and Dane, county twenty five percent capacity, so movie theater can have twenty-five percent capacity. A! Restaurant can have twenty-five percent capacity, Barkin and twenty five percent capacity, but a church can't. Have twenty-five percent capacity. Church must no more than fifty people. And so there is right now a march. Of Faithful Catholics. And priests. At the Capitol as we speak. Saying the rosary. Trying to get attention to this, it's not just affecting the Catholic Church. The Catholics however are protesting right now so more on that coming up on the program. The Milwaukee Public School System. Is broke. Is broke. And yet the Milwaukee School Board is considering. Expanding. Pension contributions for Milwaukee. Public School employees to pre-act Ten levels. I'm not even sure if that's legal. But as they are broke. And asking for more money in referenda in the next couple of election cycles. They're looking to pad. Taxpayer contributions to public employee pensions at the Milwaukee public schools are Olszewski is going to join me on that. Of course we're going to get into. The mayhem that has descended upon. The Midwest. Ohio. Saint Louis. Minneapolis. And, it does look like there are calls to bring the chaos to Milwaukee and Madison. So. We'll talk about the precinct police precinct that was set on fire. The other businesses that were set on fire. In pursuit of quote Justice for George Floyd. All that is ahead on the program. We're GONNA come back with senator, Ron Johnson who is seeking subpoenas. To expose. The actors behind the scenes of the attempted. Bloodless coup. Of the trump administration, we'll be right back. This is the Vicki McKenna show. On the phone with me, right now is senator. Ron Johnson Senator Johnson. It's a Friday and. Couldn't have come at a better time. Nice to have you on the show. Are you in a half full mood or a half empty mood today? I'm feeling good. You sound pretty good spirits to I'm a little fired up I'm a little fired up so I don't mind to be fired up on a Friday. That's okay. A whole bunch of crazy stuff is going on here here in Wisconsin, but there's also a lot of crazy stuff going on where you work, so let's go there, shall we? I have been paying attention to your attempt. To, get subpoenas issued on the people who were the principles behind the the bloodless coup attempted on the trump administration so crossfire hurricane the unmasking of General Flynn. Is the goal of this to see how deep that rabbit hole goes or is the goal to see how far up the ladder a goes. I would say both mean the goal reveal complete truth. What happened? said. This repeatedly America's is renowned for a peaceful transition, a cooperative transition between one presidential ministration to the next, and what we are witnessing were putting the the piece of the puzzle together he, showing a complete corruption of that process designed to advertise this administration, so it started before the election. on through the transition, and then with the individuals were seated trump administration, it continued on into President Trump's administration classic example within two weeks, president trump had to conversations with two world leaders. Australian Prime Minister and the President of Mexico leaked to me. The stuff is on, Preston. We are committee. Did it a report one hundred twenty five leaks in the first honey twenty six days now we're we're talking about significantly sixty two of these according to Obama Administration's definition of a leaked it affected national security Matt Compares to eight under the Obama Administration nine hundred the Bush administration, so there's a there's explosively, and of course we know these were all leaks designed to. Sabotage Administration and Start this narrative. Of. Russian interfering to the benefit of the trump campaign, and then that solely morphed into trump campaign colluded with Russia. We all know it's a hoax. We all the FBI news, a hoax, but by at least by at least the end of January net. They continued on Komi set up the process of appointing Robert Muller for his. Eighteen to twenty two months, special counsel investigation, forty million dollars, and literally across Kyushu crisis on a low simmered for the first few years. The trump administration. This is outrageous and the American people need to know the complete truth of what happened. I'm not saying it's going to be easy, but we are. We are seeing a real logjam information a. Lot, more pieces of that puzzle, and and we're starting to see Jackie kind of what happens. WHO's dragging their feet on the information? WHO's making it hard to get the information specifically? WHO's making it our? Initial criminal probe, and then it was a special counsel. Then there's the impeachment and Vicki I I've been saying this price from time. These these investigations into Political issues. That might rise through crime. We do them completely backwards. I I never call for Special Counsel A. Special counsel was appointed way too soon. I never really criticize Robert Robert Mueller has been to say he has a conflict of interest, and he should not be the special counsel, but will we should have started with is congressional investigations. We should have had access to all this information not hampered. A criminal investigation that aren't necessarily you might have hampered. We need first transparency. If we find general criminal activity in investigations, you referred to the justice. Department they have a conflict of interest. Then you set up a special counsel because we did this backwards here. We are three years later and now Congress. In the American people are starting to finally get the information hopefully complete truth all right so. In terms of the subpoenas, you would like to issue who one I. Well first of all I hope. We don't have to issue subpoenas. What I'm going for a vote on a resolution to give me the power to subpoena people that don't cooperate. I sat down with the Chairman Graham last week I mean. He realized that this is a this is a large investigation. Just want one committee. itself can do too so I've I've talked to Jim Jordan talked to Nina's continued to work with Chuck Grassley. We're GONNA. Try and cooperate with all of our staff. It bringing all that now with have time to relearn somebody else's nose. So bad is what we're really doing. Is We're? We're cumulated. All information will build off the interviews that the house already did back in two thousand seventeen. Now we have new information. We'll have new questions so I can't tell you the exact order, but you kinda work your way up the chain I know Lindsay is GonNa Start only hearings right away. Might Technique is going to be doing interviews subpoena records, but in a very targeted fashion. This is not some broad net. DATA DUMPING WE'RE GONNA have to sift to. We know who they are. Right so we know the names we know the people who want to know how much Obama new. We have a sense that he knew quite a bit, and that he was in fact briefed on all of this stuff, certainly, at least when it came to the unmasking of Flynn we would like to see Komi brought before in with a subpoena before the committee, although now that he has left government. I wonder if there's any if there's a risk that he would not comply with that Rosenstein is a lot is a guy that a lot of people want some questions answered by Brennan Clapper. Sally Yates and the list goes. You Know Peter Struck. All of the list goes on and on and on, because because what we know is that the most important intelligence and law enforcement agencies in the United, states government were allied together to take out a president. However, that was going to happen whether it was going to try to get at his at his national security adviser or get it a campaign adviser. Get it some low level guy like George Popadopoulos or or abused the FEIS process. They were going to take this guy down one way or another. It's an APP actually think about it. It's an absolute miracle that trump has managed to survive this. So Vicki. What we've obtained now the National Archives. Began releasing thousands of pages to us. We're getting documents from a department of State. Obviously Richard Grenell and now John Radcliffe will be releasing a I believe the Flynn transcripts to our committee. Today will make those public immediately. We are starting to get information as as Lindsay calls in witnesses in front of his committee. Those witnesses better realize we got a lot more information. We've got a lot of documentation and we're GONNA. Be Listening very carefully to their to the answers to the questions, and if we're not quite hearing the right answers, we'll be calling those people in separately as well so they need to understand they better. Be honest because we have a whole lot more information to. In, two thousand twenty in the healthcare in two thousand seventeen. The Durham, investigation, this is one of the things that is one of those investigations that makes it difficult to access information unless. The attorney general is willing to release. Information bought given that there's absolutely no way Democrats would allow the Durham investigation to continue in the event. That president trump does not win a second term. We are all assuming that this is going to wrap up. We're going to be able to see some results of this investigation fairly soon. One. I'm not going to. Be deterred because you have a criminal investigation is I don't know what John Durham made? Dig Up. I don't know who you might prosecute if he doesn't prosecute people. I didn't know what wrongdoing maybe doesn't rise through criminal level, but still should be revealed. I talked to Terni gentle buyer about this, but that's again. The purpose of those investigations are to prosecute and put people in jail. The purpose of congressional investigations is exposure, so the public understands what happened and also to inform legislation and Mike meter sticks us on presidential transit transitions. If we need to strengthen laws, regarding how a current administration has to act what they can and. And cannot do during the election, and certainly during transition we need to strengthen goes laws, but again completely different purposes. The American people have a right to know this stuff. The American people should have known a couple of years ago, but it gets better late than never, but the clock is ticking, because we don't know the results of twenty twenty we we, this is going to be intensive. Effort A, but but but also let me say because we're GONNA come under a great deal criticism. Why don't you healing Cove Nineteen Most committees that? Really is dealing with our oversight with that national stockpile the bone building. Supply chains the modeling how we get wrapped up into this process, so the vast majority of our committee stack was doing constituent services that, but we have investigation got first class investigators, and all these committees, and they'll be focused on this because the American people need to understand this because Vicky. This is the greatest internal salt on our democracy, possibly in the history of this nation I don't think that's hyperbole. I'm not prone to hyperbole. This is serious business, and the fact that that the mainstream media is turning a blind eye to how either they were duped or complicit in now I mentioned that least report eighteen hours were. Got Those leaks. Are, they going to start investigating revealing, who gave them completely false information i. think they should I understand why you would? You would protect the source. Gave you true information why in the world the press protect sources? That lydon all because they knew I'll tell you why because those news outlets knew. that. This was not this was nothing but a but a house of cards and wanted to participate in the in the propaganda in the narrative to take down this president because they were complicit. That is my argument and I don't and I I'm with you on that, but but they don't WanNa. Turn over people who lied to them because I don't think they much cared that. Their sources were lying to them I. Want to go back to something you said and then and then wrap up a little bit on Cova nineteen if we can, you said that if we have to change the law to make to tighten up presidential transitions. I. Don't think the law mattered at all to the last administration. Because look at the different ways. The law was violated. Asking Americans who were involved in conversations with people in foreign countries. That's against the law when you have lie a people like like Brennan lying to Congress that's against the law when you have Rod Rosenstein and James Komi seemingly setting up commes firing to tee up in a legal investigation in using illegal wire taps into the president of the United States. That's against the law and that guy was the acting deputy attorney, the deputy attorney general acting in command of the DOJ I. Don't think any of the any of the progressives give a rat's blank about the law. Well they will. It was transitioning to a Democrat administration. In yes, I can certainly look at these things and and say that somebody broke some laws. That's what John Durham SAS will be. That's what attorney general bars would be, but one thing meeting. We need to strengthen the penalties on somebody's. Again, I can't tell you. The results of this other than we need to determine what happens here and I'm very conscious, and I intend to do this. On covert last thing, I wanted to get to all right I'm looking here the CDC. This is going to be tucked away in the pile of vital information. That never gets any attention. The CDC has decided to release to their credit what they believed to be the I f. are the infection fatality rate of cove nineteen in the United, states and three months ago, models were telling us it was going to be two or three percent and today. The CDC says it's point two six percent one fifth of one percent senator. Given the mayhem that has been that has been delivered upon the United States to our culture to our economy when the CDC comes out and says point, two percent point two point two six percent. How come we're not seeing a whole bunch of people saying this is great news. We got it abundance of caution, but we got a little wrong. Let's reopen America. Because, it's going to be very difficult for some of these luck. Officials admit that they. Did something that they didn't need to do and. Rendered, our economy, a basket case in Marin, respects the human twelve. The economic devastation will be hard to fess up to. Vicki. Let's put that in perspective over the last night years. The average infections tolerate of the WHO's been, but then point one three. So. We're talking about double. The average a bad food. You're like we had the twenty seven, two thousand eighteen. Flu Season was about point one eight. So almost as high heels somewhere in between. The the average we, all sixty thousand people in two, thousand, seventeen, two, thousand, eighteen flew. now we we have. We have shut down our economy. I keep talking about Sweden. I've been tracking this very careful. I know a lot of people criticize Sweden. I think we're all and down. Say probably did it about right. E- quarantine the sick. Protective, honorable, let's face it governor. CUOMO did not tech vulnerable. In nursing homes there things are just common sense. You should've done because you knew. The vulnerable were were people over sixty five, certainly over seventy five rate So you do that, and then you let the rest of us go about our lives as the Germaphobe. We've all become. I mean we're not stupid. Nope, we all recognize this. This is a nasty disease We don't WanNA. Get it. so we were social distancing we're we're practicing personal hygiene, but one thing that has been lost in this as well as early on, we kept talking about the exponential growth and we couldn't. We couldn't allow. Cities are overwhelming healthcare system, so we have to Flam mccur. The people kept saying that's not gonNA affect the number. The total number of infections people get infected. Just you long gate the time period when they'll get affected. That's important point to make so if you've. Seen. The same number of people will eventually become accepted. Why have we done all this economic destruction? Because we certainly succeeded in flying the curb, and that overwhelmed our healthcare system. That was the goal, but they've been too many too many governors to me elected officials that are trying to change the goal post to say we can't open up cal. No new infections Ortel we can test. Everybody wants a week We need to understand the human toll of his economic devastation and we do need open up. A Safeway is possible. We need to open up got. We have to learn to live with Kobe nineteen? It's going to be around and there's there's maybe not a silver bullet there in in a vaccine anytime soon. Yeah, but from three percent a one fifth of one percent somebody Oughta have to take responsibility for getting it so wrong good to have you on the program. Thank you very much, senator. Senator Ron Johnson on the phone. I'M GONNA! Take a quick break here. We're GONNA. Come back and talk with Ola sound ski she has. She's noticed something that hasn't gotten a lot of attention. And that is as the Milwaukee school system is dead broke they're looking to find ways to increase tax payer contributions to pension payouts. That's next. Programs McKnight show! browned on the show today. Yes, still ahead. For those of you joining me after the three o'clock hour. In. Madison We'll talk about the assault on the churches by Dane County. We'll talk about what's going on in Minneapolis and how that has apparently just organically spread across the Midwest, but I. Ski macgyver Institute is on the program with me to talk about the Milwaukee School. System Milwaukee School, system. Is broke the Milwaukee. School system is operating in a deficit I'm looking at the numbers that you have posted in your latest piece, so. This current fiscal year sees the district's total balance sheet, a five hundred fifteen million dollar half a billion dollar loss. When you project it out to twenty twenty four, you can add another three hundred four million dollars, and then if you take a look at the unfunded pension liabilities, you're talking about a billion dollars, so that's a lot of money to be in the whole and yet. Apparently, it's just a whole. The Milwaukee Public School system would like to continue to dig. That is absolutely true. Vicki Yup, what we're seeing here yet again as the NPS sport just refusing to face any sort of fiscal realities. So. What's going on here? I mean they're piling more dollars on two on the pensions. They want to make easier to retire younger. And they want greater contributions to the pensions. Act Ten says that we're going to go back to the old Wisconsin State Law that never changed by the way this is just saying we're going to follow the law. You employees have to make a fifty percent contribution for your pension. That's not the fifty percent of the album fifty percent of the investment we, the government will make the other fifty percent, and that seems rational because it was taking away the employees contribution that got pension so far out of whack so. Is this like some kind of screed kind of fiscal screed against at ten? You know I don't know specifically how it interacts with Han, just knowing how how expansive that law was. What I do know was that when Acton was put into place one of the things that really saved a lot of districts including of Yes for a time was it gave districts the ability to? Change up their contracts and their plans for retirement pension, all of these sorts of benefits in ways that they didn't have the freedom to do book for because everything was put at the collective bargaining table, and so, what was forwarded by one of the Committees for the full board to vote on last night was the plan That was let NPS empl employees who are hired before June thirtieth of two thousand thirteen. It would let them retire h fifty five. Five if they have worked at the district for fifteen years, and they have saved at least seventy percent of their sick leave balance so ultimately what? The board actually approved very late last night, they we just published a story on this I believe in the last fifteen minutes actually The district went a slightly cheaper route, not by much because this will feel at about eight million dollars overall bringing the unfunded pension liability to close to a billion dollars. the one thing, but the board changed from the original recommendations that I had my story yesterday was that they are requiring employees serve at the district for at least twenty years in order to get this kind of benefit. So twenty years full pension. and. You can retire I. Mean You have to be fifty five, or can you work years and be and be forty five? It's it. You need to have all three of those things, so it'll be eight at age fifty five. If you have worked there for at least twenty years and banked at least seventy percent of your sick leave ten months old, I wanNA. What's the return on investment for the Milwaukee Pensions Right now? Not to cover billion dollars. So so that is important to the educational outcome Y. Well you know what we are told apparently is, but this is a promise that needs to fulfilled not only to the NPS, teachers the NPS employees as a whole You know they're still pushing this idea that if we focused on retention focus on upping those benefits for every employee that somehow magically that will improve our academic capabilities for students, as as you know as we were just talking about NPS has long struggled with their chief met right now. They're sitting sixteen percent proficiency for math. In the last year, about eighteen and a half proficiency percents proficiency for English Language Arts with extraordinary discrepancies between racial ethnic groups. So yet again, what we're seeing is NPS is choosing to. Prioritize really it's it's unions and those bargaining groups over the types of academic. Focus that we really in right right right? That's exactly the problem. So for sixteen percent proficiency math, eighteen percent proficiency in English for about ten percent proficiency for black kids in English about eight eight and a half percent proficiency for black kids in math. The city of Milwaukee taxpayers ought to be footing the bill to the tune of a greater than one billion dollar deficit for a school system. That wasn't even an operation for the last three months of the school year. Yeah. You know news really. No savings from that from from kids, not being in the schools. Sure sure, of course not, and you know one of the things we've been talking about. And this was a heated topic of discussion. Last night was how much money the district is going to have to spend in terms of preparation. Four going back to the fall weather, we're GONNA need to still be social distancing very very contentious issue. They're thinking. They're going to have to spend. You know somewhere in the millions of dollars on things like peaky e. No honestly so they need to spend more money. Because they they didn't have school for three months, so they need to spend more money. They can't save any money for not having school for three months. That is my understanding. I think you know this is something. They were debating back and forth for for a very long time. about what exactly that's GonNa look like. The district has put out or approved a final plan for the fall yet but we do know you know right now. They are face a hang a their position. Their balanced so to speak what their their checkbook looks like. They're five hundred fifteen million dollars in the red Yeah, that's not including the pension liability. That's not even talking about their operating funds, which three years from now is looking at a north of three hundred million dollar deficit as well so this is really significant and and This money is this issue is not going to go away. This is why board in two thousand thirteen use. Some of those tools that act ten gave it to try and address. Some of these issues You know so I think this is something that's not going to go away. There's a lot of concern about this and wow, they were you know paying lip-service I suppose to all of the financial issues. They went ahead and continued rates expanding, and ultimately unanimously passed the budget that spends more than it says last year that establishes a fifteen dollars an hour, minimum wage, starting in January and a whole host of other things, including the first of that almost ninety million dollar referenda. Voters approved, and now as it turns out more than twenty five million dollars of that is going to salary increases that were approved last year before the referendum was even Kurt. So ninety million dollars I mean honestly Milwaukee. You deserve this because you voted in a ninety million dollar referendum for the for the most irresponsible governance of an education system in probably in the country, it least though in Wisconsin for as long as anybody can reasonably remember, and they sliced off twenty five million. Million dollars of that for salary increases, and it's not enough. It's not enough Ola because we're talking about when you add five hundred and fifteen million with three hundred million dollars. That's three quarters of a billion dollars. That's just going to stop for right now, plus on top of that almost two billion dollars unfunded pension liabilities I mean there isn't a referendum that is going to cover this and yet, but hey, you guys in Milwaukee you, you think eighteen percent proficiency is acceptable. What can we do about that? They're not much. We can do about that Ola. There's not much you know I'm kind of it's. It's meetings like these, and especially after you spend a couple of days, I have going through these audit reports and seeing how bad their fiscal picture has gotten especially over the last few years it's astonishing really, and let's not forget as well that they increased their their dollar commitment to the black lives matter political program that has been funded for the past couple of years to believe the amount was a little. Little Bit north of six hundred thousand dollars, so there's all kinds of very important things that the Milwaukee School. District is prioritizing. That have absolutely nothing to do with improving these pathetic performance scores on standardized testing in the in the school district. Well, thanks for coming on the program I appreciate. All you can do is tell people, and if they want to go to the polls and approve more dollars, and they're comfortable with the idea that their kids are functionally illiterate. Not Much anybody can do about that. Thanks for coming on the show Ola. Thank you for having me to have you? All I can conclude is that the citizens of Milwaukee don't give a blink. You don't care that your kids are stupid. You don't care that your kids are basically breathing in and out, and you have paid an enormous amount of money for the teachers and the school staff and the indoctrination to do not to do very little more than make sure your kids are in fact, breathing in and out. Because, they're not mastering English. Not Mastering Math, not mastering science. So. Yeah. And you're rewarding it. You are rewarding this. You love failure. You follow and failure. It's absolutely amazing to me. Why do people stay in cities I? Don't know because it seems like once. You've been there for a while. You get afflicted with the idiocy virus. Yes, everything is worse and we're paying more for it so. More of that. It's true in Milwaukee, it's true in Madison it's true in just about every city that has a significant number of people in it I'll take a quick break and be right back. On the back. Here yeah. His was talking about millions of dollars at the Milwaukee. School system wants to spend peas. That's all the school systems by the way they're going to suggest that. Millions of dollars are needed to protect children. Children. Children have an almost zero. Risk of death from covid nineteen. Because there have been one or two cases in the United States in the total United States. It isn't exactly zero, but it is statistically zero. That's children age zero to nineteen. Infection fatality, rate. Zero. So. What do you need to spend? Millions millions of dollars to protect kids. If teachers. And if teachers are under the age of sixty nine. They have? vanishingly small infection fatality rate as well want to protect themselves. They can spend five bucks on a math like the rest of the world has done if they somehow think that masks are important. Where the we're. The millions of dollars come from here. You think you're going to somehow make the children that pick their burgers and suck on their thumbs in class. Clean. Oh, please. This is the Vicki mechanic.

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656: Your Number

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

21:16 min | 2 years ago

656: Your Number

"In the dental for noor podcast okay doctor. It's time to put down that hand piece. You're listening to the show dedicated to helping dentists get their lives back. It's time to decrease your stress. Increase your ability and regain your passion. Now introducing your host dr mark costas hello everyone and welcome to another episode the dental podcast armor host dr marcus. I just hope you guys are doing great out there today in podcast land hey guys thank you so much for all of you loyal listeners that have continued to spread the word about the podcast. We may have our biggest month ever this month and it is all because of you <hes> just incredible incredible growth of the podcast. I don't know if you guys have noticed but we've increased the amount of content that we're putting out there both on youtube and on on socials and especially on the dental poor podcast because you have a voracious appetite <hes> we are putting out between five and and seven podcasts per week dental success t._v. on youtube. I got urged to go over there. There is fresh content there at least twice a week at his content that does not do duplicate it on the podcast so behind the scenes stuff we have a brand new content curator named jona he follows me around when i hit the road and and <hes> you guys get to see behind the scenes stuff from stage stuff and just fun things that end up on dental success t._v. Not included in the podcast and also of course the del success institute closed facebook group. <hes> all you have to do is go over there on facebook dental success institute <hes> make sure you select the group not the page the group and it will ask you a couple of questions and then we will permit your entrance. We just recently surpassed six thousand dental professionals on that in that group so we'd love to have you there. That's the best place to post questions about the podcast to interact with other great people from all over the world that listen to this podcast and to suggest topics for us to talk about on the podcast or to suggest that you are interviewed on the podcast great place great venue for that okay in today's episode so i have a clip from a keynote presentation that i gave at a fitness business business summit hosted by one of my number. One mentor business mentors in the world and his name is bedrose culion. He is a nine figure man. He is <hes> somebody that took me under his wing <hes> when he was early in business coaching and he made all the difference in my business life in my personal life. He's a great friend. <hes> wildly wildly successful. If he has are interested he's got great motivational racial stuff and business related stuff on youtube bedrose cooley and <hes> and i spoke at the fitness business summit a few years back <hes> and i talked about my journey and i talked about our history together talked about the scarcity versus abundance mindset and keep in mind hi this was a group of fitness professionals not dentists but business is business and many lessons are directly really applicable to our dental practices so i hope you guys enjoy this episode. Hope to see you over there at dental success t._v. And on the closed facebook group group dental success institute facebook group come on over guys interact. Don't be a casual observer from the outside jump on in the water's warm and interact with some of your fellow listeners and myself. Okay guys have a great week. We'll talk to you soon bye. I'm going to start today off with a math problem. It's an easy math problem a fourth grade level math problem feel free to use your calculators on your cell phones. If you like or you can busted out old school paper in front of you. Let's start with your age your age in years times the number three hundred and sixty five your age in years times three sixty five and when you get the answer do me a favor put a big circle around eighteen years times three sixty five look up when you're kinda done all right part to the problem the number twenty nine five sixty five twenty nine thousand five hundred sixty five live some track from it the number that you circled when you get that big box around around it. Let's break down the problem twenty nine five ninety five lifespan of the average american in days fourteen thousand nine sixty five the number is going to be different for all of you depending on your age but it's the the number that you circled. That's the average number of days that you've been alive. Depending on specifically one year birthday is obviously we're rounding down if your birthdays after when you can round up if you like but i'm trying to get around figure here just something close fourteen thousand six hundred a number with your box around it. That's the number of days that you have left the number of days. You have left you can see for me. It's less than the number of days that i've been here if you live you've to the lifespan of the average american powerful isn't it makes my heart beat so all of you beautiful people all five hundred and fifty plus pairs of eyes looking at me are literally watching the sand fall through the hourglass and precious seconds tick off my countdown timer and as i look at all of you from here to here here i'm watching the same thing precious moments ticking away that we can never ever get back again and i know what you're thinking. Thank you what you're thinking is. You're fit. You're young. You're going to bust through that average age. The average american is fat out out of shape but don't miss the point of my exercise and that is no matter what your number is. We all have a number her. That is the brutal inescapable truth that we all have as human beings and and that's the one thing that we all share and for me. I had a very harsh reminder back in two thousand three. When my two very best friends died long before their time for fill it was eleven thousand six hundred and eighty for lia was eleven thousand three hundred and fifteen and that experience for me that time in my life is the lens that choose to view my entire higher life and my business and the world in general so i challenge you to think of things in that light questions to ponder. Are you living up to your full potential. It's a simple question. Are you living up to your full all potential right now as we sit here. Today is your business delivering. The lifestyle outcome that you desire that you deserve is it. I'm assuming the answer might not be as for everybody here. Which is why you're here good decision. If you answered no to either these questions. Do you have a concrete plan in place to bridge the gap between where you are now and where you want to be when we talk about solving problems as personal trainers as fitness professionals as dentists sts we talk about identifying the gap between where our clients are and where they want to be agitating that gap. Are you guys agitating your own gap. Do you have a concrete plan in place. Do you know exactly how you're going to get to where you wanna be. Do you know where it is. Is that you want to be. Are you there yet. A lot of questions dancer were logical. Humans most most of us and we all know that our countdown timers are ticking down we do we know this but the vast majority i mean the vast asked majority of human beings on this planet live lives of dissatisfaction desperation and boredom. How can that be. How can that be when we know that we only get one shot at this that every breath that we take is one less breath that we have on this planet. How can that be reflect for a moment think about the countless people in the history of mankind who've laid on their deathbed knowing in their hearts that they didn't live up to their full potential not only that but they are too you scared too distracted too busy to ever take a shot at their dreams that possibly be use someday i hope not because in the second that takes snap your fingers to take breath every single thing can change and i'm going to tell you guys about one single day. That changed everything for me. Everything it has to do with the host of this conference most influential person ever in my life. Here's here's the good news you are not part of the vast majority that thinks that way the desperate the board the scared. I'm telling you that right now because i believe that there are two prevailing mindsets not just in the fitness industry industry or in dentistry but in the entire world to prevailing mindsets. That's it just to one of scarcity and one of abundance yes. What do you think the vast majority of people in the world live under absolutely true and i feel very comfortable talking about scarcity minded people right here and right now today because they're not in this room and you know why they're not in this room because they're repelled by events like this. They're repelled by people like us. They think we're crazy. The way that they live the things they believe the things that they say are in complete contradiction to the way that we live our lives. Scarcity minded people think in terms of win lose a believe that life is zero sum game in order to earn a dollar. You must take dollar from somebody else. They blame their situation on forces outside of their control the government the economy competition their family. You know my tax rate just went up to thirty five percent. I have to work until march twenty first four. I ever make a dollar. The economy sucks. I could never imagine somebody paying five hundred dollars seven hundred dollars a thousand dollars for an information asian product that i market online. There's no way that could support that. You guys don't understand there is so so much competition in my market. There is a personal trainer every ten feet in my market. There is absolutely no way i can make six figures as a personal trainer. There's no no way opticians too much. You know what i'm a middle child my older brother and my younger sister they got all the attention and my parents didn't say i love you all that much. There's no reason for me to believe that the world is gonna treat me any differently so why even try that's fear that scarcity. You guys hear it all the time. That is the vast majority of the people that are around you whether you like it or not ought. That's the bullshit that the mass media is piping out into the world scarcity mindset. You're either either either or mentality you either care about your clients and you care about making money can't have both you either family focused career focused. Here's society's favourite. You're either richer. You're honest. It's the damn one percenters man. It's all their fault. You know why they say that in the media you know why they portray wealthy people that way the one percent the cream of the crop the bedrose clans of the world you know why they portray people in a negative light like that because it's easier to believe that they were dishonest and got their stepping on the heads of other people. It's easier to believe that then to look in the mirror and say you know what that was pretty half ass performance on my part. Maybe i should've tried a little bit harder. It's easier easier to believe something bad about somebody. That's more successful than us then to take a good hard look in the mirror. It's true myron instructor in dental school. The first two years was hell. What we did was what we call. Pre clinical work mark anatomy physiology anatomy physiology biochemistry histology any all g that you can think of we studied the first two years the second two years we're fine. We actually got to work with human beings. We got to work in the mouths physicians of the oral cavity. The reason we went to dental school they broke us all up seventy five of us into rose. According to the alphabet each row had a particular instructor structure that was in charge of it so that that instructor stayed with you for two years. They taught you everything about using your hands clinical dentistry how to operate in the oral cavity how to deliver anesthetic. You gotta shitty one well. You got a great one like i did. You're in good shape. My my very first mentor in the world was my first row instructor. That guy taught me everything that i know about dentistry everything how to prep for crown how to deliver ran aesthetic had to take a tooth out how to perform surgery. How did you sutures everything graduate from dental school move away from milwaukee wisconsin and which is where marquette is moved back to arizona three years later. My wife and i get invited to a wedding back in milwaukee well back to milwaukee school had moved across the street brand. New state of the state of the art facility decided. I wanted to tour the new facility. Some i'm touring the facility bump into my mentor ole doc good old dock. We hug it out side to grab a cup of coffee. Sit down across the table from mitch other media doc how you doing you look ben tastic forty-five years in practice. I can't believe it. You never would guess by looking at you. How are you doing wing mark. I'm doing great still in the same six. Hundred square foot practice after forty five years still have the same assistant forty years in a row scene four sometimes six patients day mark. You know what i'll never make a million dollars in dentistry. I'll never ever be a wealthy man but you know what i know in my heart that my patients are getting the very best care enough about me mark. How're you doing doc. I can't even tell you. I'm so excited to share this with you. It's been three years since i saw you last. I've been really busy. I opened my first three practices. I got got three dennis working for me full-time seventeen employees. They're all profitable. My vision is six. Maybe ten practices. We're helping a lot of people people have a really really good way of screening dentists making sure that we have good quality control in the offices. Everybody's getting great care. It's awesome. Mm-hmm setback chair waited for my compliment when i looked across the table duck down. We look backup at me. He had a look on his face. Half disappointment have concern. I'll never forget what he said to me mark. I want you to take a very very very close. Look and reconsider the direction that your career is going. I honestly don't believe that you can deliver the care that your patients need. If you're focused so much on making money and expanding how can you do that. Mark don't understand it and at that moment i knew little dark my mentor great dentists <music> scarcity minded scarcely demanded guy and so from that moment on i realized that doc wanted me to pick a team and i picker team that day and it wasn't docs team. It was the abundance minded team. Let's talk about us in this room. The abundance mentality shake off negativity abundance mentality of the people that are in this room. This is you and i this is all of us in here. We possess a win win mentality right. We believe that if you produce more value and release that out into the world and you're monetarily compensated for it. That's a win win situation. We believe that they have absolute. We believe that we have absolute control over our own destiny polar opposite hundred and eighty degrees from the scarcity people they don't view the world in terms of black and white or either or and what i call people with the intelligence mentality is the enlightened entrepreneurs. That's you that is you you out there. Because you're here you're sitting here. You took the time to be here. You lighten entrepreneurs believe that the knowledge gifts and abilities that they possess add value to the lives of their clients and customers that they serve therefore the more lives they can change and improve the more prosperous they can become. This is a win win. Abundance mindset think about that for one second if you are creating products and services that are more valuable to the world than you are being monetarily compensated for it is your moral and ethical obligation to create more products and more services and as a byproduct guess what you become wealthy and it's time to stop apologizing for that because you're making the world a better place you're taking less money in monetary means in value and you're releasing out into the world giving permission to say that's okay and that wraps it up for another episode of the dental poor podcast look for reconnecting on the next episode. Thank you so much for joining us today on the dental for noor podcast check out true dental success dot com for full recaps of every show a schedule of our live events free video tutorials and a whole host of practice building resources.

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Krista Galbraith, CEO Manufacturing Success with Change  Episode 38

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Krista Galbraith, CEO Manufacturing Success with Change Episode 38

"Welcome. Napa, so thirty eight of the how did happen podcast hosted by Mike, Testa. I'm Joe Dina Chee. Mike's podcast producer and blog collaborator. And I've got a quick favor to ask. If you like what Mike's doing with this podcast? Please consider taking less than a minute to rate, it on apple podcast or wherever you like to listen. And if you've got a little bit more time. Please leave a comment will help us keep a show relevant and interesting to you. Thank you, in this episode. Mike welcomes Krista Galbraith the CEO of k s manufacturing, a forty five year old metal stamping and contract manufacturing company founded by her. Dad Krista was unexpectedly handed the keys so to speak in two thousand eleven when her dad became ill and could no longer run the business at the time. She was a nurse working in the intensive care unit at Saint Luke's hospital had three kids under four years of age and little knowledge of the business or exposure to. Business outside of the hospital after graduating from the university of Wisconsin lacrosse with a degree in psychology. Krista packed up and moved to Colorado. Get a second degree in physical therapy, while working to support herself as a waitress bartender, and for a short time, selling shoes later, she moved back to a -sconsin to be closer to family and got her nursing degree at the Milwaukee school of engineering, Mike in Krista, cover a ton of great stuff in this episode, including her longstanding desire for and comfort with being in charge, how she approaches things that make her anxious by talent herself that she's just going to the store how she made herself approachable at ks by being interested. In listening to the employee's stories, and how she's improved by putting herself in the company of other successful people in groups like visted, and y peo- her story is multilayered, an inspirational he'd always talking about business, and he talked about his wins losses and it was always how he won. He would always. Be the same. I remember always the same thing, and it was always staying cash-rich so that you're strong anytime. There was a downturn. You're the strong one you had enough cash to get through a law to keep your people to, and he would, he would say, steal everyone else's business and people, he would steal other people's you know, work because he was still strong. Remember that would come over and over you. So proud of that he was, like, when episode is brought to you by your see midwest industry solution to complex ways problems manufacturers in all industries count on your c for fast friendly safe and guaranteed hazardous, and non-hazardous waste recycling and disposal solutions. Visit them at ear. See midwest dot com. Thank you for being a how did happen listener. Please subscribe at Mike Mel tested dot com on apple podcast, Spotify Stitcher, or wherever you like to listen. Please enjoy. Krista galbraith. Okay. That's a good way for us to start to show. How come everybody, thanks for joining me on the how it happened podcast. I have with me today, someone that I was super fortunate to meet a few years ago. Actually, she it. Is the first time that we in this tech group that I'm in which is the executive committee, a group of business owners and leaders that we had some women. Join our group, and I think I'd been in the group for ten years. All men kind of doing the same old, same old, and our chair Georgia Tula, who was on the podcast earlier was fortunate enough to engage with with some really talented women and bring them into our group in it's changed the dynamic of our group in such a positive way that I'm, I'm a little embarrassed that we went so long without that dynamic, because it's so fresh and interesting. And anyway. One of the, the, these women that have been fortunate to me is on the podcast today and her name is Christie Galbraith. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you, Mike. So before I get into the how it happened question with her. I do. Wanna thank you for the comment that you left on my blog, my, my coffin commentary blog that you will come to my funeral. That was. I wasn't expecting Navin is very happy to see that because at least one person decides my wife and the rest of my family will be would be at my funeral. So thank you in advance L, even say kind to. Oh, wonderful. Yeah. So anyway, Chris, thank you for coming today and for being on the show and for being part of our group and, and a now in wipe Yoshie. She's also an wipe peo- now as well. So she's stalking me now, I think everywhere I go, she's going, but I like it anyway. I started every show the same way and that's with a simple question. How did happen for you? Krista? Well how it happened for me. Well, it was looking at how today take over the business that's one story but I think how it actually happened was far far before that. Who I was what my dad decided, I was the right person to take over the company. So. How I took over the company is, is start with that one. So it was two thousand and ten and we sat down with my dad's lawyer, and, and he was going through my dad's what's gonna happen when my dad passes away. What his wishes were? And he said that my dad chose me to be the executive his will as well as the trustee of the board when he was no longer able to do. So at this point, my dad had a form of dementia that it looked imminent that it was going to happen sometime soon. So a month later. My dad was deemed incompetent. And I became on the board this new board that was formed. It was only a few months with into that when I realized that. There was a need for a higher level of leadership in the company. My dad had put a few people place, and it was definitely a need of some fresh perspective. So within six months, I was president of the company at that time, and it took a year and a half or so of a lot of hard, work, and education on my part to get up and running. I know I missing a ton of stuff in there. Let me ask let me ask things because you went you went over some stuff really fast. So in two thousand ten. Your dad's lawyer approaches you with this conversation that you just related? Prior to him approaching you and having that conversation was this on your radar at all. Not at all. Owning running. Whatever your dad's company was narrow on your radar. And then this guy says, hey, by the way, evidently, on your dad's are it was it was sort of on my radar. You know, I knew with him having this, this disease that at some point, he was gonna have to make a decision and I'd try and talk to him about it. You know what are your plans? You know, do you want me to quit go to business school? Do you only get some training teaching me? Things now before it's too late. Do you have another plan? Are you selling? And he'd just couldn't commit to anything and mostly. He just didn't wanna talk about it. I feel like it was too, maybe too painful to talk about. He didn't wanna think about it. He didn't wanna think about what would happen to his baby that he grew from scratch for the last forty some years. So. I think you just voided it. And by putting it in writing that when I no longer know it's going on, or, or I pass away, then they'll deal with it after that. So I did make attempts to to get involved beforehand. And I used to think that maybe it was he was a little bit old fashioned. He expected his one and only son to take over the company. My brother do not have any desire to do so, so I thought part of it was he couldn't imagine a woman, taking over it. He thought that who he hadn't places his executive team would be able to keep running the company. And I think part of it looking back now and learning from enough, other business owners and another enough other family businesses that it's quite possible that it wasn't just because I was a woman it was because he wanted me to truly decide for me. That's what I wanted to do, not that he would feel like it was a burden to put it on me. So that's a possibility to do. So that's interesting because in retrospect, it was put on you without really your. Without the benefit of a conversation or without the benefit of do you really want to do this? That's very true. And it's probably because I was the only one talking about it all the time and asking him what comes next. But, you know, like I said before long before that, I think I always was that, that person in my family, even when I was young and my parents were working divorced. And then both were working a lot. I was the one that would make sure that we had dinner on the table. I was on that making sure everyone had what they needed for school Vicky show. We had laundry clean. And so I was always kind of running the house and even to this day. My mom said, I always knew I count on. You take care things at home, and it wasn't the oldest. And I wasn't the second I was the third out of four kids. So I it wasn't like natural leader position. But it was just my personality. And that. Same personality carried through. I remember instances in college and, and beyond always kind of in charge of things. Always running things always volunteering. Always in charge basic. So I think he, he saw that he saw that over the years, I was the one that would say here, we're gonna get together for holiday. You know, let's do something, you know, I wouldn't let him squeak out of my life. I'd like right 'em ladders, and I make sure I called him and always inserted myself so that he wanted just kind of float away into work. So, so you did you after the divorce did you live full time with your mom then cracks. And how often did you see your dad? It started off as the, the once a week for few hours on a Sunday, the visitation, and then that just kinda dwindled off and I really would only see them for a couple of holidays year. Maybe once in the summer, how old were you when the divorce half eleven eleven okay? So you start off once a week and yeah, it's free. Yeah. So he he was fine. He wasn't a big family man. He wasn't really close to even his own siblings. And he just worked. He worked worked worked worked. And so he was kinda fine with just once in a while. Like I know he loved us, but to spending a lot of time together wasn't his top thing, he liked motorcycles, and he liked golf any like friends and work. So I always made this point of. Nope. Sorry. Not getting rid of me, and I remember come into his office once, and he was, like I don't even talk to my brother said, well, sorry, you're not getting rid of me. You just showed up. I just showed off needed to talk her. Wanted to talk, I was probably in town for something, you know, I was kinda lived somewhere else. So I was probably in town for the summer or something. And I just kept showing up even when I lived in Colorado, I know, used to send him letters and things like that. I just wanted I wanted a relationship, and I wasn't gonna give up on it, so he probably remembered those kind of things and knew that he could trust me to do the right thing with this company. So the company gets the ownership or portion of the ownership, and then the responsibility gets. Transferred to you at this meeting, our shortly after it gets conveyed to you at this me after before I get into what that felt like what were you doing at the time? Like you I was had your own. Yeah. Well, I was an ICU nurse. And I had three kids foreign under at the time. So I was mostly at home with the kids, and then I was working weekends in the ICU. But even in that, that job, one year, I was named nurse of the year. Yeah. My little pitcher was up in the lobby of Saint Luke's. I was on committees. I was. And the steering committee for our unit in right before I got pregnant with my first child, they had their encouraging me. All my peers were encouraged me to ply for the manager position there. So I was a master trainer. I you know, I was always like I said, always in charge of things, always kind of shifting to the top of whatever I got involved in. So I think it's just part of my personality, and you enjoyed that work, I dead, I really loved it. Of course, there's always parts you don't like you and, you know, looking people often, ask me in the last, however, seven years, you know, did you ever want to go back to do you ever miss it? There are parts that I miss in are parts that I don't and dusting is strong enough to go back to that. I think I can fill that the whole things that I loved about nursing, I can fill that. With other things volunteer positions. And that sort of thing. We'll, I'm so when you. When you were first talk to about taking over the company. How did you feel then I understand, now when people ask, you know, there's nothing that would? But how did you feel then about leaving or did you? And you maybe you didn't even leave your career ready. So how did you feel about it? Then, did you wanna let go of it or how did you so what I was when I first heard, of course very honored that I was chosen and then I was also panicked that how would this look to my siblings? You know, I didn't want anyone being upset with me. So but I was very honored. So I immediately said, why better now that he actually said, I trust. I believe in you pay. That's all it took from any, okay? Let me start getting involved. Lemme start learning. So I said, you know, when is your next board meeting, I wanna start coming to things. I wanna start learning about the company. So that's what I started to do. For only a month until I was put in that position. And then he still did the same thing. I still was going to meetings started coming to the company and starting to learn more. And that's when it was really like I said, about six months before actually kind of, you know, the, the board elected me as president. So my, you know, part of me feels like my dad didn't actually say, I was going to be running the company as president, but being on that board. I think that's what it may be. It was hoping or if it was necessary. Okay, so I in my hat, I imagined it was a temporary thing, an interim president until we can hire somebody else. I also kinda was in a state of mind at the time due to some personal things that put me in a position than I, I don't think I would have been in had. I not gone through that. At the pushed me into that decision. There was also this part of me that when I'd seen my dad in the last fifteen years, he was already spending his winters in Florida. And I would visit him down there, and I'd see how his team would just. Fax him information before the Email stuff. Facts information phone calls through the may on, I was like, you know, he's still kind of running things from far if you have a good team in place. And so I thought why can still do I can do this. You know, I can still be a mom. I can still do nursing on the weekends and I can make sure I can oversee this company, and make sure that it's being run properly and things are being taken care of. So I thought I could do it all. And so I wasn't scared. I was just focused on undoing it all. And is that the way it's gone pretty much except? So, so that I like the first year and a half, it was just so just really, diving in with two feet and learning as much as I could I went to every seminar. I could every free speaker, I could try to find mentors. Anybody who would talk to me and give me information on business. I would take little classes. So it was a it was a year and a half of learning and a lot of transition at the company, a lot of positions changed a lot of different people I put in charge. I learned a lot about the company. The employee's took a lot of great ideas. I learned from working at a large company at Aurora healthcare learned a lot of things about, you know, HR and policy and procedure and really looking at businesses business. No matter what business it is. You know there's still. You know, expenses, and there's people, there's overhead, and there's a profit need. There's and so you just apply it to different kind of markets. That's kinda what I what I did at the company, you know what's missing can us and I would mimic, those things there. And that's how I kinda ran and so that, that year and a half was a lot of transition. It was too much away from my family much too much away from my family. So it was hard. But then after that year and a half, I put somebody in a position of leadership that really could run that ship without me having to be there all the time. So the. I got a couple of things here you were. Educated and trained as a nurse had you during at anytime had you ever worked in the business at K NS prior to this. Well, a few times when I was, like, ten eleven twelve used to clean the floors. Okay freely. I was free labor. Yes, weeping up, you know metal shavings. So you learn a little bit something. They're just hard work, and what that looks like and later, I worked in the office when I was in college, I came home for summer, and I worked there. So I learned some, you know, more employees and how things kind of went to the office there. But that was when it was just a fraction of the company really and later when my dad expanded and built a new building, he had us coming in there and just. Sorting parts and finding things that are old machines. And you know it was just all just little labor things. I ran a machine once when he was desperate, he didn't have anybody to run it. Need a third shift person? I ran a machine forum. So it was always just labor always labor. So fair to say, you, you knew very little about metal fabrication correct, the, the contract manufacturing that you do. Right. So, right. The business it self you. You really didn't have any no exposure to on a substantive level. Now, now, he would he would remember talking to, you know what I'd force them to talk to me. He always talk about business. And, and he talked about his wins losses and it was always how he won, it would always be the same. But I remember always the same thing. And it was always staying cash-rich so that you're strong at any time, there was a downturn. You're the strong one you had enough cash to get through a LOL to keep your people to. And he would he would say, steal everyone else's business and people he would steal other people's work because he was still strong. So remember that would come up over and over you. So proud of that he was like, when and so. So that's you know, like that's his that was his business philosophy. I mean he didn't go to college. He you know, he didn't have any business training. He went with gut and and he taught himself over all those years. So just having that as a base concept, that's how we're kinda running the business. Now just staying cash rich and strong and treating the people. Right. And so no matter what happens, you can flex with the market, or economic downturn or whatever. Okay. So it's that's kind of amazing that. You come in thinking. Hearing him saying that cash-rich, right? Stay cash-rich and and. That's see. I. You're making it sound as though this is. Sort of a very natural thing. Oh, sure, you know, but and, and for you, I think what people are listening to going, what. She's, she's an ICU nurse. Who's had very little. Very little work. Experience in the business. Doesn't know anything about what the business actually does from maybe a high level, you can say, yeah, we did this. But how it actually runs. You know, you get handed the keys essentially, when your dad is is close to, to, to dying and. You make the transition seamlessly. You said the the first year and a half, but like for me, you're gonna have like ten years of working like that, before I thought. So, so I should have learned from you. Wave back then it's, it's, it's a pair clear. About how to do this. So I wanted to get into that a little because you, you talked about your dad being in Florida and getting faxes. And it's like, oh if I have a good team, you know, I can run the business. And yet you come in, and then you change the team you said, so you change the team. So you must not have thought the same way or maybe because of his knowledge he could make up for a team that maybe wasn't as good. And I don't I'm not trying to put words in anybody's mouth there on just trying to think it through. So I want to know about that. What, what made you think about that? And but, but I, I wanna know what's it like when everybody that's been working for your dad is, like, hey, who's this who's fun time? Yeah, that's real fun time. Even you know, because I spent some my first number of months, I made sure I sat down with every single impli that we was called this out of the walnuts out of the wall. So this side of the wall is, you know, engineering purchasing anything in the office sat down with all of them. You know what you do here. How does it affect things? Where does your workflow go trying to understand how work goes through the company on that side? And then on the other side of the wall, I did job shadowing. I worked with, you know, a press operator for a few hours, you know, show me what you do. What's the issues? How does this work? You know, so trying to learn what everyone does their kind of piecing it all together. So had a, you know, a fuzzy image of what this business looks like. So that was my learning there. What was the original question? So I asked about, you know what it's like to show up. Oh, yeah. Yeah. So I you know, I feel like I feel like because things had gotten a little dysfunctional. There are maybe a lot of dysfunctional there. I was like you can talk rush. It was. Whereas little as much more, but it was just people were like so happy to sit down and have someone to talk to they just wanted to, like, unload, I took so many notes, there was people want to be heard. They wanted to be asked what's going on here? You know. So it was more more about not just what do you do? But how are things you know, and what can what you need to make your job easier? And so they just wanted to be heard, and I heard a lot of things. So that was like a good happy thing. And then but I don't know how long it was. Maybe it was I was a urine to it. Maybe and I did it employee survey. So it was the first time this is ever happened. You know, the survey. Yeah. So. And I would get a lot of really nice comments like so we got a nurse run in his place now. And, and well, you know, and Tom used to be used to walk through the shop, and how, you know it was not the nicest comments, you know, and I realized, I'm not getting is much support as I had hoped. So I had a lot overcome. You know, I started doing trying to tie people together a little bit more trying to get to know people more doing created a newsletter to try in just educating each other about each other, and what's going on the business and just keep more communication going out. So it was it was a lot overcome. And I it was a lot of mistrust, there was the assumption, of course, that there's Casella business everything they do or sell the business. And at the time I was getting to know so many people, you know. Oh, what's the right, okay? Come on out, you know. Let's walk through the shop. And so I was constantly doing tours and every time there was anybody in. Nice clothes walk through. There was whispers and rumors and all that someone by the company and I mean, it really was probably three years before that has finally settled down. I think they have confidence that I'm doing what I'm saying, I'm doing so that was hard to come and was that some of that, at least. Did some of that the overcoming stuff was being perpetuated by some of the leaders, and that's why you felt like you needed to change some of the leaders or was it? No, I don't think it was coming from the leader. They were just, you know, good people maybe didn't work together very well. And then I think a lot of it had to do with the company had grown so much and sometimes companies, grow out of a leader's ability, you know, and you just need somebody new in there. So it wasn't coming from them. It was mostly coming from the, the, the workers on the other side, you know, they were used to my dad would come to work in work, boots flannel shirt, and some greasy ripped up jeans. And that's how he loved he, he was a tool and die maker to start. And then he grew this business went into manufact-. Picturing, so he spent his day allot out in the shop with the people. And so I was completely different from that I was dressing up. I was a female. I didn't know what to do out in the shop. So I stayed in the office a lot more. So it was a it was a lot to overcome. Did you dad smile? I think to them, I'm hearing stories from employees. My gosh, just really. He was a lot more fun with you guys than he was with me. I ask because you smile all the time. And so I thought, well, maybe they just helped really. I mean, he was, but he, he was headed temper, though, to says, I heard a lot of stories about that, too. He was a marine. I haven't seen your temper. Oh. You just wait. I'm kidding. He he was a marine. He grew up on a farm. He hit a very, very tough father. He you know, he was a tough man. He was so tough. But when he was having fun with his friends, he was he was smart he smiled. And he was he was funny, crack jokes, a great sense of humor. But he, you know, very serious side to at high expectations of people and, and when he got angry got angry. So what I should have asked the solar. But what can you explain for folks? What Kanus actually does? So we'll cannot start it as a tool and die. Shop back in seventy four and Qena stem for it was clus Gordon show, Burg my plus get is my dad's last night made name. Okay. And they had started the business together. And I think it was only like a year later, it was evident. My dad does not work well with partners. So I don't know exactly what happened. I could easily say his probably my dad's. He just didn't work well with having a boss or partner. So he was he was meant to be at the top of appear. Mid lose partner. Then starts sober to see did. Yeah. Yeah. Recognize the name. Yeah. And I I'm pretty sure Emmett Emmett was name. And I remember seeing that he passed away, not too long after my dad. So it was really interesting. And so, so it started as that, and then it just kept growing putting additions onto building. And then at some point he bought his own press to test his dies on. And then he's thinking why do I have this expensive press? Why not I make parts on it? And then before you know it, he built a stamping plant. Across the, the. Road. And so then, from there it was like, well, I can make money if I doubt. And before you knew it, he had, you know, we had lasers and we have a production, machining department, we have welding, now, we have robotic welding. So it's a vertically integrated shop and we make parts for other people. So usually things with an engine because those things have a highly engineered part. So that's our customer are Joe EM's. And when you came into the business. What did it look like versus what it looks like love what it looks like now today? So that's nine years, ten or eight years. I guess really somewhere around there. Two thousand eleven official. Okay. So coming up. Sometimes it's eighth year or some here. Yeah. Anyway. Well, when I first came in, we had a lot of debt, we're on a line of credit. We had parts that were late. We had customer lots different customers. And now we are not in debt, and we're doing well or in control. It used to be a lot more hair on fire. Kind of when we got, busy, it was all hands on deck, and everyone was stressed out, and now things are planned and controlled, there's always issues, of course, but it's just calmer and, and study and things are more predictable. We put a lot of procedures in place, a very first hire, which was like three weeks after I started. I hired an IT person we didn't have an IT person. And that person was able to put a lot of. Different programs in place to really get us up to speed on getting things through the shop properly and on time and organiz. It's taken years years, and it still continues improvement, so that is the, the biggest thing is just always do a little bit better. Just a little bit better a little bit better. So no big, huge lefty goals and big yearly goals. It's, it's just constantly. Let's just do a little bit better, and it's been working for us, and how did you as you built your management team 'cause I know I struggle with this, and I think most most. Entrepreneurs are business leader struggle with. How do you know that the person is the right person, and particularly coming in the way you did where you didn't have? Tana knowledge about how the business really works. But you, you saw that there was a need to. Get a little bit better in some of your leadership positions. But how did you actually? Evaluate. People. How did you know the team I really feel like I was just completely blast I, I really do not to get too spiritual but I really feel like some of this was like the hand of God coming in 'cause how everything happened when it happened in that first couple years, I know that very early on when talking to all these different people, there was just one sole, there, that seemed to understand everything, and have this knowledge that no one else seem to understand. And, and so, I started in Hewas are head of sales, and so I started bringing him to these board meetings, and it was not taken very well by the rest of the team, but I'm sorry, who had put the board together. Didn't seem to me like your dad was aboard type person what you're saying. There wasn't aboard so because I'm calling him board meetings, but they're having these monthly maybe their management or executive means I'm not sure what they called him. But at the time it was the headed to die. Right. And then. Then, so those meetings were happening monthly and so I started bringing this person to the meetings because he really knew what he was talking about. And I could just tell the now it just felt right? And I that's one thing I feel like I have is a good read on people. I think all my years and nursing, and I have a degree in psychology too. So that helps I just knew he knew what it was talking about. And, and so that person was always a great bug in my ear, and helping me with a little bit of direction, and I could bounce things off of him. And in over the next year and a half proved to be the right person for I put him in that COO role year about a year and a half later. And he's really the one that has been transforming. A lot in the company he's got. He's just really blast that he was already there. And he feels the same way that he was brought to our company. Cut a push there in a way. And so a lot of the team has been grown done since then, and, and some of them he's known in his past life. He knew these people. And he, you know, kind of convinced them to come, you know, this, it's a great ownership with an open, mind and a proactive stance on things, and you're not going to be put down and overworked and you know, you're going to have that ability to do your job, right? Without a lot of your accuracy, or, you know, and, and so it's a nice place to work and, and use your intelligence and use your talent. And so that team has grown that way. And then, you know other key positions. I mean, we do some psychological testing on people, you know, we do check out to see. If they're gonna they have the right skills, if they do that yourself now we use shut down with me for a few hours. Yeah. You got gotta cow. Yeah. Never go ahead. Bottle of wine. Yeah, we'll get to know each other real good. So. You know, a lot of it is feel you know, we've, but we've made some bad hires to, you know, things didn't work out and some of it, we didn't trust our gut. And we went back and went, oh we put some of that position because we were just getting in. Amc ansi. We just wanted to get somebody listen because it was it was open. Oh, just. Okay. I think I think this personnel, and it just wasn't the right fit. And then it's the pain later. But just like everything reflect back. You know what I'm gonna do differently next time and keep looking forward? How are you different now than you were? When you first took over. That's a tough one. I mean Melot smarter in many ways, but I think I've almost become more careful. I think I was a little bit more run again, when I started because they got nothing to lose, you know. And, and now there's just, you know, so me put a lot of time and energy and heart into things. And so now I'm a little bit more reserved. And hopefully I haven't gone too far one direction. But now, I'm you know, I'm nervous about the next few steps, you know, because now we're in a really happy place. So what comes next, you know, and it's another big scary. Place that I don't know if I have I'm not going to be in the same emotional state to be able to do it again. But I never stopped me before. I shouldn't really stress out about it. What? You talked a little bit about growing up. You know, you're sort of nurturing won the organized one, the in control and charge on you feel really comfortable on those roles. Your people person. Obviously, you know, chase after your dad Jay, I've seen, you know, you're just what you described about going and sitting down with everybody talking to them listening to them. You know, they wanted to be heard no one was asking them. Their opinions. Where did you set off to, to, you know, when you were in high school or whatever, what, what were you like what were you thinking about what we? Aspiring toward, and in high school, I had huge parties in high school. Yeah, yeah. 'cause, you know, real social like to plan things like to organize things fits. Oh, okay. Yeah. And, and I had the atypical parties, where actually would grill up some food, and I made. Sure. But what had a dry towel for the pool? Made sure every everyone was having a good tied. You know, everyone was safe and, and then, you know, I would get that house cleaner than it was when I started. So, you know, high school, I didn't I didn't have out there wasn't a lot of guidance. There wasn't any push from my parents to, you know, go to college. Or let's start looking at your future was, you know, they were kind of just busy, you know, doing their own thing. So my goal is to just get done and get outta town and get away from it all. So after high school. Yeah. Yeah. So I applied for two colleges. I got into both and I went to the one that was farther away, so, which was Colorado. Now this lacrosse across as the first one. Okay. Yeah. And then and then after that I went let me get even further away just to do something completely on my own. And that's when I moved to Colorado just packed up my car and. Drove across the country and moved in myself and lived out there for almost four years. Did you have something waiting for you there or just there and figure it out? I did I did decide to go do some more schooling. So I went to there. We went to nursing school now I gotta dig. I agree. And physical therapy. Like physical therapy nursing. Yeah. All before business school. She's which you created yourself. You didn't have to go anywhere for that. Yeah. Yeah. Physical therapy. Win was that something you've been that, you know, that was what I was going to school for? And but I didn't what was happening at the time as you had to have like recommendations, you had to have volunteer work, you have like an internship, you had and my dad didn't believe in college. So he was not willing to help me out. So I had to work almost fulltime through college. So there's no way I was going to do an internship, and a, you know, all this extra stuff. So by the time I just felt two behind even apply for the program. So I just was like let me just finish this degree and something. And so that's how I think most people with a psychology degree end up with a second degree. Jamie psychology. Don't listen to this, Jamie. I don't think she's worked with at much. Yeah. I have an English degree. I haven't worked with it much talking. I don't do. Very. Oh, you're so good. So I don't I don't think there's a lot of people I think they get a degree in something. They don't plan. You know, I didn't have a whole lot of direction. I think that's very typical. And but you know, I do use it a lot. I use it all the time I use it, you know, with friends and work. And so it's still benefit, you know, and I was meant to be there. I really feel looking back if you could pick any any mistake anything that you would classifies a mistake or a wrong direction or wrong path. I truly believe that every single one of them is what led me to where I'm at and led me to be the person, I am to take over and lead me to have the courage, you know, to do what I did. And in some of the skills, you know, some of the failures, you know, a job it'd horrible horrible at sales. But reselling shoes horrible. Do be horrible at selling I, 'cause I'm not pushy and have it you put yourself in the other person's plays the very naturally like with the towels and at the high school party, make sure you have a tau, but that's. Yeah. But by taking care of someone taking care of sometimes. People's feet are very important to them, how they look in, I would have thought it was like a high end Italian shoe store, and I was it was my third job while I was still going to school. And so those shoes, OJ was wearing maybe. Those anyway, I. So it was so I couldn't get in. I couldn't get in their shoes. You know what I mean? I'm to see how she did that. Yeah. Couldn't get into that because I didn't have that kind of money couldn't even imagine spending that much on a pair of shoes. So I wore black it, but, you know, I was great at waitressing. I was great bartending do all those all those things I got really good at talking to people then just kind of being vulnerable. I suppose you know, people that were nice you, you know, people keep keeping people alive, helping them pass away helping the family having difficult conversations with people having difficult conversations with doctors, lots of things that helped me grow to be, you know, who I am, you know, and even, you know, mistakes, like degrees at end up using, you know. But if I had it been there at that time I wouldn't be who I am now. So what brought you back to did you did you go comeback from from Colorado to Wisconsin? I did it. It was at, you know. Once again, if I would've given physical therapy, more of a chance, there was Schuessel's or shoe says, I gotta cut rock that. So it was nothing was working out, you know. And I was, I was of the belief that when you feel like God is closing every single door in front of you. You're just not on the right path, and you know, working in physical therapy, the time I was like going between four different like facilities nursing homes, doing care, and I was like, not making any money. There was no jobs at the time, they had changed something with the law, and there was, like this plethora of therapists out there. So the good jobs were taken by senior people, and I was still new. So it just it just wasn't working out and I couldn't get coulda given it more times. That's one of those things you can look back and like, oh, what a mistake I should've given it more time. But, but not a mistake because what I found is that every time I'd go into a room to grab a patient and the nurse was like. Injecting them with things. I liked it. I might want to inject people on cut people open. I like that. So I was finding I like doing I, I wanted to do that. And not so much being that cheerleader of trying to get people who did not want to do. It's the sales, didn't they did not want to do the work. It was painful, it was and trying to get them motivated to do that. I, I realized maybe I should be a nurse. And so all of a sudden before I knew it, I was looking at MSI back at in walkie. They had a great brand new nursing program, and everything was closing. You know, I just got dumped by boyfriend. My job wasn't so great. You know, there's just things weren't lining up out in Colorado anymore. And I kind of felt you know, I should probably be backed by family. If I ended up you know, falling in love with someone having babies, I should be near my family. So that's what made me come back in what? Okay. So what was it that made you want to be nurse? You've got got sick psychology degree. I get it. You know, just wanted to go to school weren't where you have to pick something kind of how I picked English got pick something then physical therapy and getting away go. And then you come back. You just talked about being close to family when you have a family. I get that where the nursing I wasn't ours. Light seem blood and adding things. Yeah. Well, it just, you know, I feel like when we were growing up, it was like I said it wasn't a lot of direction has to what kind of positions are for you. You know, it was I in my mind while I could be a teacher or nurse or a secretary of still very like I felt pigeonholed into certain jobs that I knew of, you know, nobody talked to me about what a marketing degree would be, you know, or working in advertising or or business. What does that even get you didn't even understand it? All nobody really talked to me about that. So seeing, I think the reason I originally went into physical therapy, it was because I was geared towards nursing my mom said, don't do it. So or I didn't wanna be like her. I wanna do my own thing. You know, something said, why do something close? And so that's why I went on that physical therapy path. It's my went back on the path that, that seems closest to my heart. But the thing is, is I still remember all the times I'd work in restaurants and bars and I'd be working a day shift and Mike who are all these people that have time to come in here and have lunch in the middle of the day. You know, because in my mind any job, you'd barely have time for a break, I wanna job where you could just leave work for an hour and a half in your business suit and have lunch with somebody and, and at that time, that's when they'd have a little little drink at lunch. You know, like where are these people, and what are the all doing? And there's just hundreds of them, you know, what are these jobs out there, and I used to kind of be envious of that. I want that freedom. And so, I think it was always kind of, in my heart. I just didn't know what it looks like. And so now I can have a business lunch with another business person. And I'm the one that the restaurant and you know so it's kinda feels full. Circle kind of feels like this is where I'm was always supposed to go so you can also do a podcast in the middle of the day to I understand. Yeah. And with nursing you don't get that when you're on as a nurse. You're, you're on your on and in your, your hours are long days long, and you don't know if you're gonna have time to eat or go the bathroom, and sometimes you're forced to stay late for mandatory overtime, and you're working evenings and holidays and weekends. And I mean I don't wanna turn away anyone from the profession. But having this kind of freedom, and, and hanging out with other smart, people, and talking business. I absolutely love it. And you you. You talked about. Awhile ago. How? You basically would just try to learn from anybody when you first got into the role and I feel like you're, you're probably still doing that. What, what are, you know, and you mentioned the sort of, like, oh, gosh, we get get it to, you know, how do we keep getting better every day? Right. Getting better every day. And that's not just the business. But that's you as well. So what have you done? And what are you doing to keep getting better every day? Well, I continued to work with my, why peo- group my visted group, you know, learning from other leaders, just having lunch with people and comparing notes. I'll go to any seminars are speakers or anything like that. Get what I cannot of that. I do have this in the back of my head. I kinda wanna get another degree our new to kind of figure coming wanna get my MBA. 'cause I think at the when I was still in the nursing path, I wanted to the kids were old enough. I wanted to actually get my doctorate. There's like an MBA doctorate program, which can do both the same time just to just to have that, you know, behind my name, you know. So it was always on my mind to go back to school. So I think that's maybe the next step, you know, in my learning as well. So. And so I've had a bunch of people on here. Some of whom have gone to business school or have their masters in something, and some like me, who have barely had got an undergrad, and that's kind of where, where it stopped, and I'm always interested in the why, why is it important to you too? And what do you imagine that it would do for you, for example, if you have a masters but because, as I listened to earlier kind of getting your masters and your own school, all k nast. Why, why is it important other than having the? Title but the ladders. NBA. And, and honestly, that's what's my, my struggle with is still trying to figure out my why. I think sometimes, you know, when I looked at my I just recently had a linked in trying to find somebody to fill position. And so there's a lot of people looking at my Lincoln profile, and it would kind of make me cringe because it probably would that's your, that's your background, what you know, now it could be like, hey, go, listen to the how'd it happen podcast. That's how yeah yeah. So it it's part of it is, is a is a confidence thing. Or is a you know, like I feel like I fit in with all the other business people, but I also know having talked to so many of them, that's not in my dad to, you know, they don't have a business degree doesn't mean that you're going to be good at business, and you can get your degree, and still be horrible at it or not have the right personality. So I'm trying to figure out my wi- to make sure it's not that and that it's more about what I wanna learn. And so I've talked to other people other business leaders, you know, you have it. You don't why you know what do you think and it, and it kinda seems like I could just pick and choose certain classes that I wanna get stronger at, you know, I took an economics class, and I don't need any more speech in any kind of psych- things, you know. But you know, I could be stronger at financials and understanding that. So there's I might just pick and choose certain things and take that. But then it would also be nice to have the letters to. So what? You know what's important to me? Yeah, I just I just always interesting thing for me to. By the way, on the like to inject and cut into things. I, I don't like to do either those things. I'm embarrassed to tell you what I'm going to tell you that. I passed out when I was getting my blood drawn for my blood tests. We're going to get married. That was the first time I think I'd ever have my pledge on. I was like, oh, sure. Just do it. I'm like fall over on. Super passing. Okay. I think they feel like this is an important question. Are you ready for this? Okay. So now that since you've been running K NS, and you've took you've taken us through a lot of that. And you've been in the company, put yourself in the company of, of a lot of other business. Leaders owners, whatever. Most of whom I've likely been doing what they're doing longer. Then you have running company. Do you feel like there's a difference between them and you well, there's definitely something to be said for wisdom, you know having been through things and seen it before. And I can at least say, I have a little bit more wisdom, obviously than I did seven years ago, I zero but there is something be said for people that have worked in other companies to, and they've been around, they've own different companies, or they worked in different companies to see how other people do it because there's always that kind of question like em. Am I keeping up with everyone else? Am I am I head of other people, and I know there's always that benchmarking thing, but I don't always trust benchmarking 'cause you don't know who's reporting anything benchmark benchmarking, because then it. Not only do you, not know that stuff. But you also. Can fool yourself into thinking, well, I'm better than with the benchmark, you know, and then you stop. Right. And that's say you don't know if the benchmark is really accurate, you know, could be much lower than you can actually attain. So so, you know, I'd feel more confident knowing when we're winning or losing, you know, little things if I had that wisdom behind me. But that's how I rely on my team because they are so full of wisdom. I just really have an amazing team. So. Yeah. I you know, the future will will show me more as I'm in the business longer. So while I'm gonna paraphrase what you just said, they are. So while you may or may not have at least in your mind the equivalent amount of wisdom as someone who's perhaps been doing it longer. You don't feel out of place. You don't feel like you don't belong with those people, right? No, it's I think that there's a certain number of people that, you know, there might be people a lot more wisdom in in, in business. But I feel like I've a lot more wisdom in other areas. And so, I can't compare it, you know, I can't feel less than or in hopefully they don't feel greater than me because we have different knowledge bases. And you know, I know that, that I'm better at other things. So. I guess I don't try and let it rock, my confidence too much. Sometimes it does, you know. Oh, it's interesting. You, you went that way because I was kind of asking it or thinking about it in a way that actually reinforces your confidence because you like a great example, here for people who in your circumstances, a little different, but for people who are like, I really want to run a company. I really wanna start a company. I really wanna do this. I really want to do that. But, you know, I'm just, you know, I'm I'm stuck in this job that I'm doing and it's a good job and it pays. Well, and I don't know that I could actually even if I could figure out a way to get it going. I don't know if I could do it, and you're like a great example of someone who. At least what I take away from it as you get put into a situation you decide. That you're going to do it. And then you figure out everything that needs to be figured out, so it's, it's kind of an I know nothing's easy, and you've, you've sort of, you know, done your best gloss over, what's probably a lot of crap happened in there. But you've done it. Yeah, I think most people aren't given such a beautiful opportunity. Like I was you know, I mean this huge Antic gift from my dad that I also feel like that just made up for all the, the, the stuff that he wasn't. You know, wasn't there for like it's like this big final gift and most people aren't giving that. So they don't have that choice of do I just take this on and then figure it out later, but I was given that, that gift but I know at the very beginning for, for anybody who would be on that. Like can I do this can I do this? Where do I even start? You know, one of the first night, took over one of the first seminar, things I went to going to anything like, oh, there's a free thing here. It was something like governor Walker was talking at, and it was sponsored by score. Never even heard I didn't know. That was. And then it was like afterwards, you can sit down with a score mentor mentor. Sure, I'm in. I didn't even know it was at the time. So small business administration program CBS senior core of retired execs stands for so they provide you free advice on, so they set me up with he was a retired business owner, and they set me up with him. And he was in manufacturing. And he would meet with me all the time. And he would be like, okay, this is what you're going to do next. You know, look at your this plan, look at, you know, an in, he would help me kind of nowhere to go next, and what to look at. And so, you know, and they, they have little classes, there, little financial classes, they can help you set up with the business plan. So people that are like, maybe I could maybe I should, you know, that would be a good place to start is, is working with this free service. I went to score as well. Yeah. When I was they helped me too. Struck the business plan on getting started because I didn't know how to do that. And there was no internet. You didn't learn that in your English major. I didn't know we didn't we did not have a there wasn't a book that we read on that probably it was written by Shakespeare. We probably would have read it, but I don't I don't think he wrote stuff like now, I don't think so. What's the one thing that you most want to do? Lake ever. Like whatever. Yeah. Like if I had any choice doing anything right now? I don't know just answer the question like in business or if I didn't have the business. Sure. Okay. If I didn't have the business, I have, I have really strong farm envy. I really I, I could see myself just home studying to be honest, you just like raising food and animals and kind of cooking and baking and the just completely like going off the grid. You know, but then I know I would be completely empty, you know, and I really it sounds good until I think about not talking to in meeting all that the great people, I've met and, and using my brain on a higher level and challenging myself and putting myself into uncomfortable situations because I always feel so much better afterwards like today, something a little out of my comfort zone and not doing those challenges to myself. I know I would feel lost after a little bit. So here's an idea may not be a good one. But you, you can homestead and do all the things that you're talking about and have. A podcast and people come out your. They will have farm MB at your place while you continue to learn and pick people's brains into all things. Yeah. Smart. Yeah. He can do the best of all worlds. Yeah, yeah. That's a free tip. Thanks. Yeah. Well, thank you. Thank you so much for, for coming on the show and sharing your story with us. It's phenomenal story and for everyone that's listening. You can sense the humility that. That, that Christa has. But you can probably also sense, the doggedness to, you know, she's, she's she's a fighter and in a good way not a not a not a terrier throat out fighter, but good. She she she she's curious. She is determined. She goes after stuff, and, and she wins, so good lesson. The first day, thanks so much for being on the show things like I'm honored to be here. Appreciate it. Thanks for listening to this episode of the how that happened podcast where we believe that success doesn't happen unless you make it happen. You can subscribe to the podcast on apple podcast, Google podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you like to listen, and while you're there, please rate it and leave a comment as well. I'd love to hear your thoughts about the show ideas for future guests or whatever you'd like to share. And of course, you can always find me at Mike, mala test dot com. See next time thanks again, for listening to the how that happened podcast.

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TikTok Is Collecting Your Biometric Data, Including Faceprints.' Heres What It Could Do With It

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08:29 min | Last month

TikTok Is Collecting Your Biometric Data, Including Faceprints.' Heres What It Could Do With It

"Brought to you by american express business. American express offers a line of cards to help take your business further because with needs like yours. You need a card designed for business. Tiktok has started collecting your face. Prince and voiceprint. S- here's what it could do with them by meghan mcklusky recently. Tiktok made a change to its. Us privacy policy allowing the company to automatically collect new types of biometric data including what it describes as face prints and voice prints tiktok unclear intent. The permanence of the biometric data and potential future uses for it have caused concern among experts who say users security and privacy could be at risk on june second tiktok updated the information we collect automatically portion of its privacy policy to include a new section called image and audio information giving itself permission to gather certain physical and behavioral characteristics from its users content. The increasingly popular video sharing app may now collect bio metric information. Such as face sprints and voice prints but the update. Does it define these terms or what. The company plans to do with the data. Generally speaking these policy changes are very concerning douglas. Cuthbertson partner in leaf kgab racers privacy and cyber security practice. Group tells time the changes are vague in a lot of ways. Tiktok does not explain what it will do with this biometric information how when it will seek consent before taking it and what it means by face. Prince and voice prints which aren't defined to put tiktok popularity and the amount of information it has access to in perspective. It has six hundred eighty nine million global active users and ranks as the seventh most used social network in the world as of january twenty twenty one in the us alone over one hundred million americans us tiktok every month while fifty million are on the app every day. According to figures shared by the company in august twenty twenty tiktok did not immediately respond to times request for comment l. a christie a professor of information technology and public policy at carnegie mellon university notes. That biometrics and especially facial. Biometrics are unique and permanent identifiers. He says that tiktok face prince could potentially be used to re identify an individual across a variety of scenarios. The information isn't critical to the functioning of the app and the phrasing of the update is vague. Christie says it's difficult to determine tick tock. Precise intent biometrics range of potential uses. Fast from benign such as secure access to the app. Think about how apple ios uses facial recognition for authentication to chilling such as masri identification and surveillance he says the provision for how tiktok can use the data collected under the privacy policies image and audio information section. Are broad we may collect information about the images and audio that are part of your user content such as identifying the objects and scenery that appear the existence and location within an image of face and body features and attributes the nature of the audio and the text of the words spoken in your user content. The news section reads. We may collect this information to enable special video effects for content moderation for demographic classification for content and add recommendations and for non personally identifying operations. It's the last use on this list other non personally identifying operations that cuthbertson says he takes particular issue with. It's disingenuous to say. These are non personally identifying operations he says pointing out that a person's unique face print or voiceprint could inherently be used to identify someone. That's not the way the mobile data ecosystem works anymore. You don't need someone. Social security number to figure out who they are and how to monetize them users should also take note of the open ended nature of the uses listed in the section says derek riley the director of the milwaukee school of engineering's computer science program. If you wanna have funny face filters that engage users gathering this kind of information is necessary but there are a lot of other potentially alarming things that can be done with it too he tells time capturing that information means tiktok could use it within their application or they could turn and share it with another actor government or company while tiktok privacy policy states that it does not sell personal information to third parties also says it may share the information it collects for business purposes. It's one thing if tiktok can discreetly say we're taking this narrow band of information here's our description of the information so that you as a user really understand what we mean. And here's his very narrow way we're going to use it. Cuthbertson says instead we have vague definitions of what the data even is and tiktok itself is about how and why they need to use it. The fact that tiktok is owned by the chinese company bytedance may also play a role in how people view this policy update riley says while president joe biden signed an executive order on june ninth revoking former president donald trump's attempts to tiktok in the us some still view the app as a potential national security threat. Tiktok s said. It doesn't share data with the chinese government and wouldn't do so if asked tiktok has also previously faced legal action over privacy related issues in february. The company agreed to pay ninety two million dollars to settle a class action lawsuit. Alleging that had violated illinois's biometric information. Privacy act the federal video privacy protection act and other consumer and privacy protection laws by collecting users personal data including data harvested by facial recognition technology without consent and sharing the data with third parties. Some of which were based in china now the updated policy states. That tiktok will seek user permission for this type of data collection where required by law but doesn't specify whether it's referring to state law federal law or both while there's no federal law regulating the collection and of biometric data. Some states began passing their own laws more than a decade ago. Illinois led the way in two thousand eight with texas washington california new york and virginia all enacting their own biometric privacy protections in the year sense. But it's this little gray area that demonstrates the need for more stringent standards cuthbertson says. Is it state law. Is it federal law even if it's every applicable law. It's still highly problematic. He says that they will do what's required by law as defined under the vague term. Us laws really highlights the need for more robust privacy laws and regulations that govern the collection of biometric information ultimately maintaining awareness of what your consenting to by using the app is crucial riley says especially when it comes to the apps younger users. It's really important for individuals like teachers and parents to be able to inform younger individuals. Who see tiktok as a fun way to engage with their friends on the implications of this type of data collection. He says it has a web of ten gentle outcomes that could turn out to be really problematic. Meet lucy bella owner of fancy flowers business low until lucy received an email wedding date february fourteenth flowers only red roses valentine's day the most expensive day for red roses so she used her american express. 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Local Legends: Lizzie Black Kander

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:33 min | 8 months ago

Local Legends: Lizzie Black Kander

"Hello from wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan and this is encyclopedia manteca. All month. we're talking about local legends. Women who had a major impact on their hometowns and left legacies extending well beyond our legend if the day was a compassionate leader whose desire to help the immigrant community. Her hometown led to one of the most successful cookbooks of the twentieth century. We're talking about lizzie. Black candor elizabeth black was born on may twenty eighth eighteen fifty. Eight milwaukee wisconsin. She was the third of five children born to john and mary. Black elizabeth or lizzy as she was called was raised in the reform. Jewish tradition that emphasized reconciling religion with progressive ideas. In that vein. Liz's mother emphasized the traditional spiritual importance of domestic work while also strongly advocating for lucy to receive an education. Something that was not a given at the time. The importance of both domestic work and education would guide lizzy throughout her life. Starting as early as high school lizzy graduated valedictorian of her class. Her acceptance speech was titled. When i become president in eighteen. Eighty one at the age of twenty three lizzy married simon candor. The two had gotten to know each other through their mutual interest in public education reform. The couple was married for fifty years. Around the time. Lizzie married simon. She joined the ladies relief sewing society where she collected used clothes and repaired them for families in need. Within a few years lizzy rose through the ranks and became the president of the society in her new role. She expanded the reach and mission of the organization to include health education outreach to milwaukee's immigrant community in the eighteen eighties. There was an influx of russian. Jewish immigrants to the united states while lizzie was born in wisconsin. She saw reflections of her parents and ancestors in communities fleeing persecution overseas her desire to serve this growing immigrant community drew the expansion of her work in eighteen. Ninety six the society changed. Its name to the milwaukee jewish mission to reflect its increased presence in the community the milwaukee jewish mission eventually merged with a sister organization to form the first jewish settlement house in milwaukee called the settlement. It offered educational services in both english and hebrew. There was an athletic club. A bank a library and a bath house courses were available to both the immigrant and longtime resident community in history sewing and most importantly cooking lizzy is greatest claim to fame. Maybe her legacy in the kitchen and her classes at the settlement lizzy taught modern cooking technique nutrition menu planning and how to craft traditional jewish dishes with readily available american ingredients but she received pushback from the jewish immigrant community. What did food have to do. With assimilating to america to convince skeptics asked the board of the settlement eighteen dollars so she could create and circulate a recipe booklet. She was denied. Undeterred lizzy petitioned local businesses and raised the funds herself. The result of her efforts was the first edition of the settlement cookbook. The way to a man's heart published in nineteen o one the title which suggests the way to a man's heart is through. His stomach is a true hybrid of scientific and domestic instruction jewish and american tradition. It was a huge success. In addition to recipes there is advice on good housekeeping practices. Food storage and overall cleanliness. Lizzy became the head of the settlement cookbook company in one thousand nine fourteen and oversaw the subsequent publications of the book. For each new edition. Lizzy would update the cookbook adding recipes and revising the supplemental segments on household management. There are now over forty editions of the settlement cookbook. Twenty three of which were published under lizzy watchful eye due to the breadth of topics covered and its vast popularity. The book is in many ways. A cultural history of early twentieth century america to date the settlement. Cookbook has sold over. Two million copies profits from the cookbook helped secure new ventures for the settlement including an expansion to what was called the abraham lincoln house in one thousand nine eleven and then a further expansion in nineteen thirty one to create the jewish community center outside of her work with the settlement. And the cookbook. Lizzy continued to be passionate about education. She served on the milwaukee school board from nineteen o seven to nineteen nineteen and helped establish nursery schools and the girls technical high school lizzy passed away on july twenty fourth nineteen forty. She was eighty two years old. Just prior to her death. Wisconsin honored lizzy one of the state's most outstanding women her leadership compassion and entrepreneurial spirit lifted up the most vulnerable members of her community all month. We're talking about local legends for more on. Why we're doing what we're doing check out our newsletter manica weekly find us on facebook and instagram at encyclopedia manica. You can also find me on. Twitter at jenny kaplan special. Thanks to liz. Caplan sister and co-creator talk to you tomorrow.

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Karime Lpez, jefe de cocina de Gucci Osteria en Florencia, en un episodio especial con sonidos ASMR

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15:05 min | 1 year ago

Karime Lpez, jefe de cocina de Gucci Osteria en Florencia, en un episodio especial con sonidos ASMR

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Politicians: Golda Meir

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09:07 min | 10 months ago

Politicians: Golda Meir

"One of the best ways to hear about a podcast is through a friend. That's why this week or trying something new. We created a link that makes it easy to share the show with your group thread your friend via twitter em and all the places where recommendations happen. For every five people you share encyclopedia will Manteca with WHO download the podcast we'll send you five dollars. Thank you. Follow the link in the show notes and help us spread the word. Hello for Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia. Will Britannica today's politician was a visionary political leader pioneer and activists who took the world by storm when she became the first woman to serve as prime minister of Israel please welcome Golda Meir. Golda Mab was born on May third eighteen, ninety eight in Kiev crane, which was still a part of Russia. At the time her father Moshe worked as a skilled carpenter while her mother raised the couple's three daughters they lived surrounded by their large and observant extended Jewish family. Golden early years were filled with terror as the family was constantly under threat from abject poverty violent programs. In one thousand, nine, hundred, three Moshe was able to get a visa to move to the United States and three years later, the rest of the family joined him, they settled in a poor Jewish section of Milwaukee Wisconsin. When gold was fourteen she graduated as Valedictorian of her class from the local primary school she was excited to start high school, but her parents wanted her to focus on looking for a husband. Instead, they didn't see the value in to continuing her education in defiance of their wishes Golda enrolled in the local high school and took an afternoon job to pay her expenses. The following year golden ran away from home to go live with her older sister and brother-in-law in Denver. Colorado. There she attended high school and socialized with her sisters friends many of whom were politically radical anarchists or Labor Zionists. The debates she sat in on during this period helped define golders political philosophy. She also met a young man in Denver named Morris Meyerson with whom she fell in. Love. After a year in Denver with her sister gold parents apologized took Golda and she returned home to Milwaukee or she finished high school in Nineteen sixteen the following year to enroll at the Milwaukee School Teachers College to earn her teachers degree. In her free time, she taught reading writing and history at a yiddish school in Milwaukee and preached the values of Labor Zionism on street corners, parents Chagrin. In nineteen seventeen Britain issued the Balfour Declaration. Calling for the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people that Christmas Eve, golden? Married. Morris. Meyerson on the condition that they would move to Palestine and live on a key puts. Morris was not an ardent Zionist like Golda but he was in love. So he agreed to the terms. In nineteen twenty one the to move to keep boots Merca via which was located in an area of policy in rice with swamps and malaria. Goal to prove her worth as a model member of the key boots, she became an expert in animal husbandry and was eventually chosen as the key puts his representative to the national. Trade Union organisation known as the he stat drew. At, the same time Morris was struggling after coming down with malaria and feeling like he didn't really have a place on the kibbutz. He adamantly refused to have children with Golda unless she agreed to raise them in a traditional family setting. In nineteen, hundred, three, Golda and Morris left the kibbutz and moved to Jerusalem where Morris got a job as a bookkeeper for the dodge route. In, one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four goal to give birth to a son Menachem an a nineteen, twenty six, she gave birth to a daughter, Sara. Family lived on the verge of poverty during this period. Golden made a deal with her son's preschool that she would wash laundry by hand and exchange for free tuition. In Nineteen Twenty, eight golden into an old friend who offered her the job of secretary at the he todd. Roots Women Workers Council. Golden knew that Morris wouldn't approve of her taking the job but she accepted anyway she packed up her kids and moved to Tel Aviv effectively ending her marriage though she and Morris never officially divorced. Golda thrived in her new role and quickly moved up. He stugotz ranks in nineteen thirty four. She was named the Executive Committee and two years after that, she became head of the political department during World War Two goal to took on additional responsibilities including a major role at the Jewish. Agency, which was the primary Jewish Governmental Authority in British controlled. Palestine she later served as acting head of the Jewish Agency and was it spokesperson during negotiations with the British After the state of Israel was established in nineteen, forty, eight war immediately broke out between Israel and its Arab neighbors. Golda was sent to the United States to try to raise twenty five million dollars from the American Jewish community to help equip Israel's new army. Chief fifty million dollars. She also traveled to Transjordan disguised as a Bedouin woman for a secret meeting with Jordan's King Abdullah to try to convince him not to join the war. Towards the end of nineteen, forty, eight Golda was appointed ambassador to the US are. Following Israel's victory over its neighbors. Golda was elected to the Israeli parliament called the Knesset in Nineteen, forty nine. She was then named minister of Labour by Prime Minister David. Ben Gurion a title she retained for seven years. This was a huge job she was in charge of finding employment for the almost seven hundred thousand immigrants who moved to Israel between nineteen, forty, eight and nineteen, fifty one in the aftermath of the Holocaust. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six, grand promoted gold to the position of foreign. Minister the second highest position in the government. As, part of the appointment Ben Goria insisted that Golda adopt more Hebrew, sounding last name, which was not uncommon in Israel at the time. Thus, Golda Meyerson became golden my ear. Golda was the only woman in the world serving his foreign minister at the time and she shocked and delighted world leaders and the press with her disdain for formalities. She was known to fly coach to wash her underwear and hotel bathrooms and to host foreign dignitaries in her home kitchen while she baked. After ten years, as foreign, Minister Golda decided to retire in nineteen sixty, six at sixty, eight years old she had dreams of living a slower life and spending more time with her grandchildren. She had also been diagnosed with lymphoma a year earlier and was receiving secret treatments but gold just wasn't cut out for the quiet life in nineteen sixty seven tucked into becoming the secretary of the newly. Unified. Labor Party. Then, in nineteen sixty, nine Prime Minister Levy Eshkol died of a heart attack while in office in order to avoid what many thought would be a major power struggle between two of the leading government ministers for the prime minister's seat Golda agreed to take over the job herself. Goal to serve as the Prime Minister of Israel for four years, she likely would have served much longer if not for the nineteen seventy three Yom Kippur War when Israel was surprise attacked by Egypt and Syria. Though Israel eventually, one more than twenty, seven, hundred Israeli lives were lost in the fighting, which was particularly hard in such a small country. In the direct aftermath, the Israeli public turned against Golda and blamed her for the loss of life even though she'd actually been the one who wanted to call up the army reserves in the build up to the war she had been talked out of it by her military advisers who didn't think there a threat. Gold stepped down from the office Prime Minister on June Fourth Nineteen, seventy four after being unable to form a government. Nevertheless in the years that followed the public forgave Golda and she morphed into an elder stateswoman and beloved public figure Golda died on December eighth nineteen, seventy eight in. Jerusalem from Lymphoma. She was eight years old. As one of the most beloved figures in Israel, she was given the honor of being on Mount Herzl. To this day Golda is well remembered as political pioneer, a national leader and a role model for women striving to make their mark on the world. All month we're talking about politicians. For, more on why we're doing what we're doing check out our newsletter Manica weekly follow us on facebook and Instagram at encyclopedia were Manteca and follow me directly on twitter at Jenny Kaplan. Special thanks to Liz. Kaplan. My favorite sister and Co Creator Talk to you tomorrow.

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Gregory Stromberg on Bringing Clean Water To The People Who Needed The Most

The No Limits Selling Podcast

17:08 min | 2 d ago

Gregory Stromberg on Bringing Clean Water To The People Who Needed The Most

"Are you ready to become awesome. Hello everyone my name. Is you mead. I'm your host on the no limit telling podcast where industry leaders should tips strategy and advice on how you can become better stronger faster just before we get started. I've got a question for you. Do you have a negative voice inside your head. We all do right. I'm gonna help you remove that voice and under three days guaranteed not only remove it but transform it so instead the voice that sabotages. You is one that propels you too much. Higher levels of performance and success is lincoln the show notes. Click on it to find out more all right. Let's get started today. I'm privileged to have greg stromberg here. He is the founder and ceo can water for kids gregg. Welcome to the program. Thank you mar excited to be able to talk to you today. We'll meet chatted It was yesterday on the phone. One of the things you said that really struck me was you had said that At some point you had this need to leave a legacy and make an impact on the world for your kids and your family. Take me back to that moment. And then we'll go into what Can water for kids are yes late. Two thousand eight at a fulltime job working for a international company that manufactures printing the decorates all the cans in in the world. And i had a very successful career at that point and Three healthy nine healthy grandchildren. And i just felt that something was missing. I needed to do something different. And give back to the global community in was something going on at that point Four you that made you think those things we in your retirement or what was going on well. Couple of things. i. I just like i said i felt. It was something missing but i attended a A metal decorator summit put on by trade magazine metal decorators and They had a gentleman's from the un. Speak their on packaging and basically said to all the people. This was in chicago late october. Two thousand seven And he basically said what are you doing to help the people in the world with your rigid packaging containers Because most of the food and the water got contaminated in. It was unprotected in people literally. are starving to death because they couldn't get the the food In a secure way to the people. So i kind of took that as as a challenge and had an idea in the ceo of crown. Cork conceal was there. I presented idea that. I had about taking his cam. Giving it a higher purpose and that's kind of where can water for kids was born and tell me what what the organization does and why it's important to support it while Our purposes is to make sure that every child in the world has access to clean safe drinking water Having three healthy kids nine grandchildren in being made aware of some of the problems in the in the world with kids dying back then it was every fifteen seconds. now it's every twenty seconds from waterborne diseases in after hearing that summit. I felt this is a perfect opportunity to use. The aluminum. beverage can To promote a cause come using cannabis a poster child for this this need and it's just astounding that As we were talking of course. I took a sip. Water from my Glass and i don't have to think twice about whether this water's safe or not and it's just something we take for granted that devastates the rest of the world having having said that obviously in the developing countries you know the water is polluted and older and younger people are are dying at every twenty seconds or getting a waterborne disease. But you know we have the problem in the us flint. Michigan is a perfect example Where they had lead in the water and there are two thousand cities that have contaminated tap. Water that i don't think a lot of people are aware of and we. We helped support flint with about five truckloads of water when they had the the crisis in the crisis. Still isn't over. And we have the problem here in milwaukee is there. Listen we're online with the cease that are contaminated that we know of I sure there is But i would. I would tell you that every major city because of the infrastructure You know the leaded pipes in the laterals leaded pipes in older owns That had the lead connections. the water gets contaminated in. It has a high level of lead for example the city of milwaukee the whole inner city I can safai every zip code that has has a lead content in it and this has been going on for a long time in to add to the problem they had the lead paint prop Mets that's another issue so tell me about Taking this idea to your ceo. And how long did it take from Idea to actually Getting the first set of cans filled with water and ready Raise funds to change the world omar back in two thousand eight after that summit. I the ceo of crown conceal. Who's now retired. bob. True it and and jerry gifford. Who's now the new ceo. They made a commitment. They have their plant one. Other plants up in lacrosse wisconsin. Make a skit a cans for us That they donated. I had himself. And i was often often running and Somebody in milwaukee found out about us Actually a young university of wisconsin milwaukee student who was with engineers though orders came to me and said a greg. I heard that you've got a a charity with the ken water for kids that you're trying to help people. And i have a project for you in the highland highlands of guatemala. Can you help us out. Brilliant and so. Tell me about that first project. Well at first project was to to the engineers down to guatemala and they go down there on their own time and and their own money and we we give them resources to go down there and I was just starting out. I wrote a check out for ten thousand dollars to marissa's jovanovski who's now got her. Phd in environmental engineering Wrote a check out to her and without even seoul selling my. I can guess that was my motivation to sell out do it. And so you said providing resources since they're paying their own travel to get there. What resources do you provide to help them. Bring clean water communities This would be all the piping that they had to purchase down there. to Get the water to the village. So each home had running water that had to build a a container to purify that water so the the concrete cement the reinforcement for for all of that The corine that they needed You know to purify and all the testing all we you know we help all good so What's interesting is Just in what true leadership really is where You know just. Adding chlorine in water was something that was new and considered Unsafe and dangerous when it was first I thought of but we take it for granted now. what's the reaction when you go to third world countries and you want to treat the water. What's their level of acceptance. What are the hurdles that you guys have to overcome. Well i wasn't directly involved in it. But i can tell you that the it. It took some convincing Because of the lack of education of what exactly it was going to do to the water so Marin her team are able to convince the the village people that it was not gonna cause him problems. It was gonna make it safer and you know they. They were getting sick. And i can't think of anything that would be more traumatic than losing a child. And i guess we experienced it in this country Decades ago like maybe a century ago with a really high mortality rate. Now we're just so accustomed to having kids that grow up healthy and the rest of the world does not have that luxury right. I mean we can go back yet. Even ten twenty years in milwaukee they killed over a thousand people cryptosporidium when their water got contaminated at the filtration plant. Since that time you know they. They made a lot of changes but with the loose regulations. That are going on right now. There's a real danger for all of us in. I would be very skeptical drink. I hate to say this Any tap water without knowing the source. how it was purified in in how it got you. You know either by pipe or by by container bets. The beauty of what we do is our container. The aluminum can and bottle literally Gets can't right at the at the site doesn't travel on. Distance is secure when it gets to the end user and it's the containers infinitely recyclable unlike plastic Which goes into rivers and lakes and oceans breaks down and contaminates even more our our water actually literally dissolves It's it's very scary. And i think what a us you were telling me is from a really ancient glacier while we we had we had two sources when we first started out but Our water not comes from norfolk nebraska from very deep clean aquifer so people can be assured that they are drinking very pure clean and safe water all right. So let's talk about your selling this water and i think the it was ninety. Five percent ninety. Five cents of every dollar gets actually put to use to help these projects to get water in places where the clean water and you. There are no employees. You don't take a salary and there aren't offices and so you're extremely. Lean to tell me about the business. Where are you promoting water. How can our listeners. My listeners Get that water and helped the cause out well You know we have. Our own website can water for kids dot org c. a. n. n. e. d. w. a. t. e. r. the number four k. Ids dot or make an order right there and use a credit card or pay pal And we sell our twelve ounce cans and bottles. They can also go to amazon We're not in any major store so right now we're all e e commerce. We ship direct We get the water out almost the next day and You know. I'm happy to say that we're in. Some of the major national parks light that alley and yellowstone and yosemite port angeles We're at a couple of universities like saint louis university in I said washington university in saint louis. Excuse me and We're in a number of hotels but were slowly getting the word of mouth out about what we're doing and and we hope people see what we're doing and ask their local store carry our product so right now when you think of Companies like britta that make those filters To clean water. How effective are those while they they. They are to a certain point taking out some of the the solids but it does not remove for example. I live in an area where there's radio national currying radium In the granite rocks and when the water level goes down. The water gets contaminated with radiation. Radium And so it's it's right now it's over it's over the limit There are other chemicals. You know some of the medical byproducts cannot cannot be removed easily And takes special filters technology to to to remove that You know water is easily contaminated Left open in open air You know just the air. We breathe is contaminated. So you know you know gets gets in the water in the containers that goes into Depending on what that container is how well it's seal than was pasteurize purified or whatever. Those are all critical elements that can affect it. But you know most of these filters take out some of the the the bad stuff but they can't get everything okay. So it's it's it's important to have your water. You know tested by a laboratory to make sure you know what you're drinking. I think that is great advice end so tell me how many projects you have done. And what are the new projects. You guys are working on well. we've done. Eleven wells in zambia. Central africa started in in two thousand eight s when we put our first one in We're on our eleventh year with engineers love orders and help support them in guatemala. in fact they're down in guatemala right now. Our newest project is in kenya. Africa with some new nanotechnology call the clad. Systems from a company called stonehouse water technologies in their part of a technological hub in milwaukee and they've partnered with university of wisconsin milwaukee which started a freshwater school and also they've partnered with madison and marquette university in milwaukee school of engineering all working to solve the world's wastewater problems and ensure that the water is is safe so We were closely with that startup company and have a bad system like i said for a hospital in and school in kenya. That literally takes -cluded water out of lake very contaminated lake And makes the safe clean. Actually it's very healthy. Water comes out better than it. Originally started brilliant. I'm gonna put these links in the show notes Greg thanks so much for Sitting down with me. And i am really happy to have met you and help you fulfill your mission. We are. Thank you very much one last statistic just to show you what the how her money why we think every every penny is important to two and a half cents will keep a A a child in zambia central africa in clean water for five years two and a half cents. Two and a half cents. I had to do the math I can tell you cost us. Ten thousand a do- a well. Lehrer survey village of over. Four hundred thousand people mostly children. You do the math. And i was pretty conservative. I had to do a couple of times. Make sure. I seen what i saw but yet that's what two and a half cents will do. For a child in zambia. Central africa where we do work greg. Thanks so much for. Sit with me and have a magnificent day youtube. thank you very much. If you enjoyed this episode please go to itunes neva five star rating. 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Crime in Milwaukee is Spiking, Yet They Want to Slash Police Budgets

Vicki McKenna

34:34 min | 1 year ago

Crime in Milwaukee is Spiking, Yet They Want to Slash Police Budgets

"Broadcasting Planet Madison the Bruce, city and the world on IHEART radio. This is Vicki mechanics show to be a part of the program called Hotel Gaming Wisconsin toll. At seven seven to three five thirteen. or Email Vicky at W.. Dot Com now here's. Good afternoon welcome to the program I think he mechanics kind of show. Coming up on the program shortly, we'll be hearing from Kellyanne Conway. Is going to join me to talk about the president signing. An executive order on police reform. What's in that order? It's all about. Also we'll talk about some economic indicators suggest the bounce back has begun in our economy in some areas of course of the United States. There are governors. Who Do not want a bounceback in some areas of Wisconsin. There are mayors county executives who do not want a bounceback nationally. Things are looking better. If you're looking at economic indicators, it does not mean all the jobs that have been wiped out. Our are back. Online of those small businesses are going to be made whole. But we'll chat about that as well on the program. See here, the big news. Is that. The state's largest police department. Is potentially facing a ten percent cut. We'll also talk by the way about police budgets on the program today, because what if we applied? Act Ten. To law enforcement. But here's the Milwaukee Police Department facing a ten percent cut. Ten percent cut. What does that mean? It's about thirty million dollars, okay. Ten percent thirty million. Surely they can find a way to absorb that. Last time the Milwaukee Police. Got Their funding. They saw ten million dollar cut. To just a fraction. Of the, thirty million dollars ten million dollar cut. In in that ten million dollar cut, they lost sixty officers. So, if you're talking about a thirty million dollar and I'm not sure if it's. Exactly. Apples to apples here dollar to dollar. Because no doubt, the Milwaukee Police Department is going to try to find ways to absorb this is it can without losing personnel, but if you're looking at sixty officers from the last round of budget dollars. And then you're looking at an additional loss of thirty million dollars you're you're talking about almost two hundred more officers. Now this is at a time when the city has seen a dramatic spike in homicides, not that anybody's really talking about that, but in the city of Milwaukee, the largest city in Wisconsin there have been thirty seven more homicides in the city than there was last year at the same time. In fact, there are more homicides in the city right now then all of last year. And yet the council is talking about slicing off. Just Arbitrarily. Ten percent sounds like a good round number well the last time the Milwaukee Police. Department had million dollar cut. A. Reduced Special Divisions one of them sensitive crime division. This is the division that Investigates Crimes Against Kids family crimes child neglect sexual assault investigations, they reduce the number of people who are working those particular crimes. Does this sound like it will help. Or hurt. People in Milwaukee I mean this is the mindlessness of defunding police. It's mindless because it's not defunding police, and then use those dollars in a constructive way. It's DEF- on the police. Then we'll use the dollars. However, we'd like to use the dollars. Ostensibly for these vague notions of social programs, like what midnight basketball. We what? What are these social? What? We don't know what the social programs are yet capacity building community organizing. None of that is going to improve the of life for people who are at high risk of crime. Who are the people in Milwaukee at high risk of crime. Raise your hand if you know the answer. Poor people? Black people and women. Those like some categories of the Democrats claim, they care a lot about poor people, black people and women. So you're gonNA arbitrarily cut back the Milwaukee Police. Who because you're angry at the police? And this is now a political cause for you leftists. You progressives out there. You're not required by the press to think about any of this or to actually come up with a plan on how to better utilize the money. Are you explaining why this would be a better utilization of the money? And poor people, black people and women. are going to be the ones that get hurt. I gotta take a break. We're GONNA come back with Kellyanne conway in just a moment from the white. House this is the Vicki mechanics. Hey Welcome back to the program Mississippi mechanics show. AM DELIGHTED! Thrilled and honored to the phone, the counselor to the president of the United States, Kellyanne Conway. Kellyanne. Welcome to the program. Great to have you Vicky thank you so much for having me all the best to you and your listeners. How are you? I'm well. It Ebbs and flows. You know probably like a dozen. In DC, the big, let's get to the. Time so let's get to the too hot topics. One of them being the demands to defend the police and police reform, the second one of course being what you know, what can we expect from the bounce back in the economy after all of these shutdowns, and as many many more states start to allow their economies to come back online, but let's first start with the news today that the president has signed and in an executive capacity in order that does deal with some of the concerns of people have had regarding law enforcement and the behavior of certain Of Law Enforcement as I look here. I was a little fearful. It was going to be a big overlay of federal intervention in local law enforcement decisions, but it doesn't look like that. It looks like some pretty general prescriptions that I think most people agree are common sense and bipartisan. Guess it certainly isn't big. Government with some big solutions for the local communities look. The president wants to take unprecedented steps at a time such like this Vicki to make sure that we're strengthening relations between law enforcement and the communities that they are charged with protecting and Vicky I'm sure you and I agree the people probably who most want the bad cop to get out are the good cops, and that's most of them. This president from day one has more generously resource and more deeply respected. Law enforcement at every level and I think the hard left is trying to took away the respect long time ago. Now they're trying to take away the resources, but a funny thing happened on the way to their defend the police demands. You have some democratic mayors pushing back on that and you have no under no other than their presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden saying not so fast, and I think more important than him is that you have to of American saying that they oppose something called defunding police. They know that the police are charged with keeping us all safe now. You do have some bad apples. But, let's also review. What are police do every year in two thousand eighteen year we have the most recent statistics twelve thousand, they nearly twelve thousand people for murder and manslaughter, twenty five thousand people for rape, and nearly one point five million for assault, they run into the burning buildings, and they run toward the gunfire, not away from it they're very brave, and but we also know there's been some I think. George Floyd was murdered in front of our eyes. There's. There's no question in my mind that is a senseless and slow death, and I think that it touched a nerve for many people. We just can't cast aspersions on on an entire industry, but what the president did today is he took steps to incentivize local communities and local law enforcement to continue to provide critical critical protection Americans, but at the same time grant funding for those law enforcement agencies that meet high standards. What does that include well USA fourth deescalation? Deescalation order provides incentives for law enforcement agencies to use a nationwide database, so all of us can know who the bad apples or other criminal convictions civil judgments that guy who killed George void in in your neighboring state there in Minnesota, he he had like seventeen or eighteen complaints against him, but the union is protecting him. The union was protecting him, and he was still out on the street. The administration wants to prioritize training and other programs for police. Police and social workers, responding to incidents, involving mentally ill, the addicted the homeless, and the president also wants to propose new legislation to Congress to further put policies of the order and build community engagement. We also need congress here. This executive order Vicki, and we have done that so many times in the trump presidency, because as the right and speedy thing to do but be. It's also because Congress doesn't show up to work you i. hear you on your radio show. get-back-to-work! If we've been here all through the pandemic nonstop, Congress won't even show up vote they want. They want you to vote by mail. They WANNA. Vote remotely on things that affect your personal liberties and pocketbook issues. They need to get back here and work a little so that we can get things like this done. You know here's the Democrats don't WANNA. Pass any kind of piece of legislation on police reform, because that's when the rubber meets the road and they don't want to have to go back and say oh. Yes, I did I for congressional oversight of police departments in defunding law. Law Enforcement and putting so many layers of bureaucracy and federal oversight on law enforcement. They can't do their jobs. They don't WanNa do that because big cities are run by Democrats in big cities need police departments because big cities are basket cases, and so I think what Democrats want to do is just say. The president hates black people. The president hates poor people. The President Etcetera Etcetera. I don't think there's anything these people WANNA do. That's actually constructive. We could look at things like raining. Qualified Immunity, not getting rid of it entirely, but reigning it in there are things Congress could do. But that common sense stuff would require actually sitting down and talking rationally and having police at the table. So this is I think all about narrative. It's all about narrative is, and it's too bad, isn't it? Because none of it should be politicized where the Democrats are politicizing and Joe, Biden has no clean hands on on these issues on the idea that he's anti police. Now I saw video to video for Jim in by the way, not woodstock as a teenager burning the flag burning abrupt, but as the United States senator in one thousand, nine hundred three I guess well into his fifties, talking about predators. Predators and he wants them off the street and it doesn't matter if they had a rough childhood. I mean really. We don't recognize Joe Biden now and he doesn't recognize the party that's forcing him all the way to the left into these anti police measures, which are very unfortunate also even listen to someone like the widow of race books in Atlanta, and she is saying. Please please you know through her grief. She saying please have peaceful protests. Get Out there peacefully. Is Calling. She's calling for that and that's a very strong credible voice. I think it's beyond. It's beyond narrative when you have Nancy Pelosi talking about removing statutes that she has walked by thousands of thousands times over her thirty years in Washington DC, and yet she votes. She always votes against school choice charters, educational freedom scholarships for kids in communities of color who just want a better chance at an education? Darn it. They deserve it. The president said again today. It's filaret tissue of the decade of our time. These kids deserve to have better educational opportunities, and if people WANNA. Do want to help communities of. Of Color. They also will be for that, but they've all voted against every time. They've had a chance. Oh, please you know I, mean Nancy. Pelosi Democrats are going to help young black children by tearing down monuments. Are you kidding me? How easy it easy spectacle? The cameras will be there. The twitter's will be there, and and that's all that it's just easy. It's easier than thinking. It's easier than doing eating facing down the teachers unions saying listen. We loved the teachers who don't allow the teachers unions when you're staying when you're forcing these kids to stay in schools, even though their parents and grandparents. Forward are urging you to let them share in the opportunity. So many of other kids have so even you president. Obama President Clinton they sent her three daughters to the top. You tonia school in Washington, DC. That's fine. That's their right. All the while being against Opportunity Scholarships for kids in Washington DC right because the teachers union were against Opportunity Scholars. No no kidding and Joe Biden I don't think he recognizes himself in the mirror, so not only do we not recognize him from ninety three? We're I'M NOT I'm not entirely convinced. He recognizes himself. He just says anything because that's what Democrats are. Is it not insane that in in twenty twenty there are there are certain things that the left is now saying you simply can't say you can't say I support the police I'm looking at the articles here of the president signing the executive order, and it's all about how the president. Was Defending police. He was defending police. He was talking about what a great job these guys do and these women do in our cities across America, and in it was that was the dog whistle proof that he's that he's a racist, so we're now at a point where you can't criticize what the left says without the left, accusing you of everything from wanting to hang people to being a member of the clan. You know to to somehow being in favor of some kind of new fascism. All lies and name calling, and by the way. If they had ideas, they won't have to hurl insults. If they follow the creed. They wouldn't have a screed. Believe me. I wouldn't give pay much mind to the naysayers and the critics and they professional. screamers losers, because nothing that is ever done, satisfy them. They seem like a bunch of miserable people. Frankly, and they're probably very miserable that their nominee is Joe Biden because he was the front runner, and it took him a year to become the front runner, and they had a cycle through about twenty five candidates, and the Savior himself Michael Bloomberg. Who People like DC Mayor Muriel? Bowser endorsed for president by the way. Can we not forget not so engine history, and so now it's all biden by he's the Guy Biden's the guy now. He wasn't the guy for you for a year when he went from being the front runner by the way Bob Vice President for eight years and I think he's. He's been treated better on the phone by President Trump when they two gentlemen talked to two months ago. Then he has been, he was by President Obama for year. I mean President Obama just left him out there, so they want this guy. He doesn't match their time. They woke party. They didn't nominate any of the for president. Any the the men and women of color they didn't. They didn't nominate the the veteran Seth Moulton your who he was running, even the Guy Jay Inslee from Washington state. He's the governor Washington. He ran as the climate change candidate and he couldn't. He couldn't make it onto the stage. When issue was the climate change debate they didn't have any the women. Not made it. They got Joe Biden. Got Get. Blando, bland, old white guys, and that's the thing, so they're in a world of hurt trying to fit into a party that left him ten years ago, but he's not our problem. He doesn't have the progress report that the president has. We've tackled so many issues and succeeded in so many ways that this last administration, which he was the number, two guy in the administration, either ignored or came up short or failed to even tackle. Let me ask one last I know you're short on time here. Kellyanne, Conway Kellyanne Conway on my phone. In that is the I'm reading here is economic. Indicators are bouncing back. There are some good optimism there. We had it was again. It wasn't the president that shut down the economy. These were governors, these mayors that did this, but even with some reticence on the part of some of the Democrats to like Jay pritzker. And folks like Gretchen Whitmer. It does look like the economic indicators are strong and that we are in line for what could be a nice economic bounceback in the next month or two. Absolutely, and let me just say I know many people have suffered mightily healthwise and financially through this pandemic, and but we do see signs of hope, and whether it's the billions of dollars trillion dollars, and they cares act that it went directly to distress. Individuals distrust industries, but also just by reopening pieces of the economy, people are getting back to work, and you see the seventeen point seven percent. Retail sales report from May, that's unheard of and you see consumer confidence. You see the Nasdaq hitting ten thousand for the first time ever last week. You see the stock market flush. You see Larry cudlow tells me. There's increased demand for autos in homes that the unemployment numbers are still steady, but they're declining obviously, at of course I think the same people who forecast the economy forecast these elections Vicky because to ten days ago. They said you're going. Lose seven half million jobs who created close to three million. Million new ones not on them apologize, and then they'll never lose their jobs, but the good news for America. Is that the job? Production is an increase in if you look at the types of jobs where they were being produced, it's education healthcare. Those are predominantly predominantly female lot of female employees and of course manufacturing. That's backup and so we. We're going to start falling out. It's going to take awhile. Battleships turns slowly, but I think it's also thank God that we have the trump economy going into this. This going to get the trump economy coming out of it be along with vaccines and Therapeutics and cures because the fundamentals were there the lower taxes, the deregulation, the energy development, the trade deals had already been completed with China with Korea with Japan with Mexico with Canada. This president said why are we shipping jobs and wealth overseas legally? We need to bring it all back here. And that is putting America first. The same present is in charge now, and he will steer us out of this and we see these. These these policies still going forward again. Who continue to work with the Bikram bipartisan Congress if they WANNA, pass initiatives and measures that make sense but if they're not gonNA, show up and work. We're going to keep doing what we can do on our end. Kellyanne Conway Counselor to the president. Thank you. Ma'am for coming on my program today. God. Bless you and your listeners take care all the best to. Wisconsin. Thank you very much, Kellyanne Conway. We'll take a quick break here. This is Vicky mechanic show. Eight seven seven to three, five thirteen, and that is the number for the radio program. This is Vicky mechanics show. Who is defined the police four? George, Floyd. Who It's for. Because George Floyd's family. Today. Said! We don't want to see the police de funded. I'm looking at article right here. It says a spokesperson for the family in including George. Lloyd's brother Phillies Floyd I. believe is how you say his name. I may have said his name incorrectly and I apologize. Both them out today, saying we don't want to see police departments it. That's not what we're all about. We would like to see police. Policy Police behavior. Change for the better, but we would like to see police departments defunct, so if defined the police which is being. Promoted by the Democratic Party the hard left of the Democratic Party which now controls the entire democratic? Party is not. On behalf before you'd family. WHOSE BEHALF OF! Who in Milwaukee is on behalf of when you say, let's cut the police department's budget by ten percent thirty million dollars. WHO's that on behalf of because again? Let's go back to the victim statistics. Let's go to victim statistics. Victims Statistics have under the age of thirty. So young. Poor black. Men. Twice, as likely to be victims of crime. As Young. Poor white guys or or young wealthier, white men, but young poor black men are nearly twice as likely to be victims of crimes. Young poor black women. Also approximately twice as likely to be victims of crime, so the victims of crimes. Is Anybody thinking about the victims of crimes? And what is justice for the victims of crimes? When there are no police to make arrests of the criminals. Someone's got to answer that and somebody in the Milwaukee media or the Madison media needs to ask question and demand an answer. To whoever is out there, rattling their saber or hollering through their bullhorn. What are you going to do to bring justice to the victims again? Going back to Milwaukee Homicides there've been seventy two milwaukee homicide according to the article I'm looking at here from just a couple of weeks ago. Seventy two Milwaukee homicides, that's one more than the entirety of two thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, seven more than this time, the the same time as last year thirty, seven more dead people. If you're going to cut the police force. You're going to cut the investigators going to cut the police that go out and arrest suspects. You'RE GONNA cut that staff cut. Those people cut those resources. WHO's GonNa? Be The one. To get justice for the family of the person who died. These are like obvious questions. And when Kellyanne Conway said on my program. That sixty six percent of people are against defunding the police its. Way Off. Way Off more like eighty five percent of people are against defunding the police because the last poll I looked at fifteen percent of Democrats. Are In favour defunding the police. Sixteen percent of black people are in favor of defending the police. This is all about the woke social justice crowd. Claiming there speaking on behalf. Of Poor people and people of Color. No you're not. You're not even speaking on behalf of the Floyd family and this whole. Ten twelve days of mayhem and madness, that now has the national media the Democrats and everybody under the Sun claiming that of you disagree with the radical anti American, group. Matter, you ought to be fired how we went from George Floyd in Minneapolis to. You should be fired if you don't have the same opinion as a tiny tiny fraction of radical progressives who hate this nation. Someone should ask that question. How did we get there and? Who is this on behalf of? Because it's not a behalf, the Floyd family, it's not on behalf of crime victims. It's not on behalf of communities, the poorer communities that are already difficult to attract investment to the poor neighborhoods to the poor communities I mean investment business investment. Stabilizing, investment. You already have a hard time because of crime attracting that kind of investment. What happens when it becomes destabilized even further. What do you think the likelihood of investment beyond government throwing money at various different capacity building? That, are nothing more than nonprofit sucking government sucking taxpayer dollars to do the bidding of political action. What do you think they're going to do with the dollars? That they would that they would have stripped from the police force. Do you think they're going to do something to improve communities you? They're going to do something to reach out and make sure young men young black men. Young poor men stay in school. Get a degree. Get A fulltime job. Avoid a criminal lifestyle. Do you think that's what they're going to do? Absolutely not. So who's this on behalf of? This is on behalf of black lives, matter and other radical left-wing organizations that do not have stability in mind. They have chaos in mind. They do not have better outcomes for people who who who are already in difficult situations in mind. They don't care about the outcomes. The more miserable. Here's here's your proof of you. Don't all you have to do is ask yourself. What has black lives matter done to pressure the Milwaukee school system or the Madison School System to to produce outcomes better than fewer than ten percent of black kids in both of those school systems, being able to read and do math grade level. What have they done? To demand better. Of the education system, because in America whether any whether the radicals like it or not in in America, we have something called success sequence, and the success sequence goes like this graduate from school gets a fulltime job. Wait, until you are married to have kids, it is not like climbing a mountain. That's your success sequence. What is black lives? Matter done to promote the success sequence in Milwaukee Madison schools. Absolutely nothing. What if they said what are they even said just their rhetoric. What is their rhetoric been? Surrounding that the absolute. And failure is just not a strong enough word of the school systems in Wisconsin. What did they said what they even just tweeted out? In tolerance for illiteracy. Nothing of the kind, black lives, matter and other organizations that share their radical anti American vision believe education itself is a manifestation of white supremacy in the patriarchy. Why would anybody? Anybody. Take marching orders from a group like that. And I would Milwaukee's media run by a bunch of woke. White Progressives tolerate. Calls to be fun. The police and conscience that continued failure of the education system for the people. You White Progressives claim you care so damn much about black people. We'll be right back. All right welcome back to the program seven seven to three, five, thirteen ten. Mike. Hi Mike. How you doing Vicky doing well. Interesting Interesting today, talk about who wants to defend the police and I think the. Who wants to be who's going profit from it? The most all these other groups that run D silly happy. Shake your hand. Slap on the back. Social programs that don't really do the communities any good. The in Milwaukee last year there was a rash of shootings. Little kids were getting shot. and Milwaukee's north side, and the where the people there who were the people responding wasn't all these protesters that are out there. Running around wasn't all these community groups and socialist activist groups that are there. There was a Milwaukee Police Department and the Milwaukee Fire Department. They were. They're treating these kids consoling the family and try to put a case together to to find out who did it, and they did a fantastic job in finding people that shock you hit. And I. It's just absurd that you wanna take away money from the police department. To reduce the number of positions that service the people that community that need it the most. Behind. The people who are gonNA profit from it that are going to get the money in the tax. Payers are GONNA save. At the Milwaukee, Milwaukee schools already set aside about four hundred and seventy thousand dollars, and they've been doing this for a few years to the organization. Black lives matter. What did we learn last week about the organization? Black lives matter besides the fact that it's an anti-american, a fascist neo Marxist organization it moves money into Act Blue Act. Blue is a giant money service for Democrats. It's actually moving dollars. You think you're donating to this organization and they're gonNA. Do great all of these great things. It's just moving into the Democratic Party, so there is that there are these other nonprofit organizations that are also part of capacity building, four Democrats. So, yes, follow the money. You've got money coming in from Soros. You've got money coming in from other white progressive woke billionaires. None of it is about solving problems. All of it is about destabilizing the United States but then you've got dollars that just moves into another part of government to you're moving ten percent of the Milwaukee. Police Bunch. Part of that is going to move into another part of government. It's just a way for people in government to continue to justify their existence on the taxpayer dollar, so you're right. When it comes when when everything goes down when crimes are committed when things descend into chaos. WHO's there the social service organization? Black Lives Matter George Soros. WHO's there to pick up the pieces of the rape victim? WHO's there to pick up the pieces of the homicide? WHO's there to make sure whoever did this? In human thing to someone else is actually brought to justice. The answer is it's the police department that is in the that is the first line of Defense of the concept of justice in America in Milwaukee in Madison, and now you have got. Left wing organizations. Realizing that the that the absolute seething drooling spleen venting hatred of Donald, trump is so powerful, but they are able to harness progressives hatred of Donald Trump to get them to look past the idiocy. Of defunding law enforcement and some of the most high crime areas in the country, not the least of which is Milwaukee Wisconsin. Milwaukee Wisconsin number fourteen on a list of most violent cities number fourteen. Congrats Wow, top twenty list of most violent cities. And you wanted to fund the police. I understand why you might want to find efficiencies in government how you might WanNa find deficiencies in the. BUDGET YOU WANNA find efficiencies. Because God knows, government is not efficient in any significant way. That's not what's going on here. This is about cutting four punishment punishment to whom well they think it's punishment to law. Enforcement is not punishment to law enforcement. It's punishment to people who are victims of crime that are disproportionately young, poor, black or Hispanic. That's WHO's getting punished for this. And the seething hatred of trump. is so powerful that that that truth. is nothing you can talk about if you're an American reporter. Working for your average run of the mill state, wide publication, local television station, and certainly not if you're working for national media, you can't say that. The disproportionate number of people that have the disproportionate victims of crime crime that does exist and is going up. Where is it going up by the way? Where's it going up in my town? No, it's not going up in my little town. It's going up in major cities. Run by. Democrats Democrats that. Six years ago, decided to jump on the Cop Bashing Bandwagon because jumping on the cop bashing bandwagon they reckoned could give them a wedge issue against Republicans. Well it did congrats you do have a wedge issue. You have a wedge issue that that has fifteen percent of Democrats supportive of it. That's Okay Democrats will looked right past it. The eighty five percent Democrats not supportive of this will look right past it. because. They also hate trump that much. They hate trump as much if not more. When he comes out and signs, a peace signs, an executive order back that put some modest reforms in place for law enforcement for local law enforcement in the United States. They hate him so much. That they the end, because he said Nice things about the police that anything he's for their against. It is an absolute truth. That trump could probably announce the cure for cancer tomorrow. and. Democrats would suddenly find themselves pro cancer. Because this president until governors were permitted, I, think stupidly. Permitted by the administration to shut down the economy. This president had overseen an explosion in economic activity that. Was the single most incredible. Gift. To people on the margins ever. Black and Hispanic businesses startups increased black and Hispanic homeownership increased the number of black and Hispanic and women who are in the lower income strata that we're able to avail themselves of self supporting jobs. Highest number. Ever recorded. You ask any Democrat. They would say president. Trump hates black people. First Step Act, he signed the first step act prison reform that allowed folks to be released from prison for nonviolent offenses. You would swear. This president hated black people. I have to take a break. This is Vicki McKenna show.

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So he's actually in the waiting room as we speak but before we bring him in. I'm gonna see if you guys can guess who he is so many you a hint the pope. It's not the pope. I'm gonna read his twitter bile. This is kind of fun. Blessed to does it was kendrick perkins showed on the screen Brian no is twitter bio reads. Houston cougar alum twelve year. Nba hung dressler nba championship coach. An nba analysts for espn and his mom considers him the clippers mascot. If you hill now even not jones went to a fucking houston. I can't see him yet. Can you guys see him working. Don't need to turn on his back. I'm oh oh god. Are you allowed to do media. Yesterday i am allowed to be me enrich your your face has gotten rounder. Say salaam i yeah. I'm living pretty good right now. Good good closure as long as you're eating good and living good man. That's all that matters. Arse yes sir just had before. Before i came on man you know i call my nerves especially deal with rj one hundred. Turn your turn your turn. Your phone sideways is eugenia. You're doing yeah. I do think about think about how low the bar is for you that the minute told you that minute. We told you to turn your phone sideways. Like she complimented she's like. Oh wow look you can do it. I listen to see you having see you guys too man. I miss you guys. I really do. I really do miss. Y'all i don't think richard our which all y'all doing all right right now man. I honestly league. I had a lot of faith in you guys last year. Were you are embargo. The group last year but last year at a lot of faith this year alabama fade. Thank god you guys won that game seven who thank you. Yeah well. I have to say this i. I am only Here because i'm supporting my friend. I'm i'm not a part of the clippers organization. Did i miss something. No and a gear. Come on if coach every you know friends with the head coach you get special treatment. It's amazing you have been special treatment for like the last twenty years regulations shack drive like comex. You lucky you had a jumper and a little bit of slag. Am i your friend. A may we play together. Am i your friend way. Where did you guys playing together and walkie hits orchestras. We average twenty points a game real easy quick eighty two in an hour. We'd play with him and ti lewer on the same team. Were all on the same team. Yeah so i'm gonna ask this question again richard. Am i your friend. It depends on how you classified. Like if i was if i was in the court of law then i would. I would probably say like yes. I know him. we're more than acquaintances. But if somebody on the street asked me. I'd be like hell. No come on man. I'm all we shared a lot of great times together jones. We have had a lot of great times of great if it wasn't for that edit if it wasn't for that edit a lemay about about us oh and guess what the mets got better. That was literally like your last news. That is the funniest thing if you repeat no but this is what this is why it's so funny like so the media the media person Kayla she stopped it like. She edited right before. I said it because you know sometimes on tv we got up. You know this is not like normal. You're about the talk. The d. jones like i talked to d jones. How we talk to each other but then you have to take a breath. And i put my head down took a brat and then i said something but she cut it like. I just went silent for a minute and went and cowered in the in the in the corner but it was still funny was good. Tv is the magic editing. it was jones's highlight as a broadcast crowd. But come on man. I had better. I had more times than that. I mean in that thing right. There was just all comedy was. It was great you. It wasn't a true though. It wasn't the truth. Though we know wasn't the truth. That's what makes it funny. That's what makes it fun truce. What because i didn't get better. No that's got fucking god awful. They went like they started like two seasons later. They started owen owen. Seventeen to start the season. That's how bad they were two seasons after we left but hey d jones when you watch perkins feel like he's just stolen your whole swag and he just he just money make candid perkins's like my brother so i'm okay with you know what he's doing on tv. You know we talk a lot about you. Know some of the things that he does. I i i'm all for. I'm all for care. But i'm a hell of like stealing your swag. I feel like everything like you've been talking about steeler swag since the beginning of the head all the everything that true of course i mean you know when we look back at it i was the first guy to wear shades indoors and then after that you know it was a big phenomenon after that i mean we got so design. Soluble everything sir. Basketball's i wanna put it into basic basically that is so jones. No no now not everything. Just something's okay all right so we'll talk some who and obviously like we're going to. We're gonna be gentle. You've seen t lou navigate a lot of different personalities. I was one of the things are sixteen and seventeen and fifteen york the fifteen team. I wasn't there but like howard the personalities because you see why has been on another level right which you need but you know i feel like i know paul george gets a lot of heat and he struggled again like would is like how as you know being someone that's Close organization but not like part of it how you been handled handling of the mental of the guys when they're going through these up and downs down. Oh to down three to struggling lose game one. Like how do you handle that. Well i mean you guys. You don't understand you know t. Louise is a great communicator. And you know all he does is just. He's honest with the guys and in dallas series. You know at patrick. Beverley is a big personnel in having to sit down and talk with him and saying that you know hey We're gonna put you on the bench and we're going to go rondo. and reggie. I mean he accepted it very well because he told him ahead of time and the communication is the biggest part of a coaching. That i've seen t lose done orients career and i just think that he's the best at doing you're actually for. I don't know if people actually picked up on it but you are in utah right now in the arena last night. Yes yes i was in. It was a man. It was a great environment. Yeah that was the best game. Yeah it was really good It was really good in the first half to because you know the clippers were up thirteen but you know we know the inflows of playoff games in the second half utah came out and they were more physical and you know they were able to get to win. A lot of life is utah that utah's have aleutians over ear right and i think you would look at them before you would say. Oh denver mitchell's and then he kinda fix that and then they said well he's not really a point guard so then they brought in. obviously joe. Ingles is huge for them and same. Mike conley didn't even play but just involve donovan. So is this the year you think like the clippers are legit because they have quiet. Pg enabled good. kansas guys. Is this the year that you think this utah team looks different like if it was any year. Would you be like this. Is the best utah team. I've seen in a long time. Yes it is. And i think you hit the nail on the head Donovan mitchell is planning phenomenal basketball. And you know the pieces around him or doing their par- Mike didn't play last night. But you know they got solid. Contributions from ingles go. Bear played well defensively even though he was in foul trouble but the this team looks really good and i see why now that they had the best record in the nba issue. Okay really quickly. And i mean this with zero disrespect because we know we know. We know that d. Wade is a first ballot hall of famer one of the great players. This generation right link. Great dude all the things and i love seeing him. Talk with Donovan mitchell. But the more i watch donna the mitchell. Please tell me that. He's not d. Wade with a jump shot he is can scary money way was quicker. Though he stylistically young he was quick but that handled that you see with him using now. They're like when you came in the league. He had a handle for two guard now. He's got a pity pat like he's a point guard. Yes i can problem. Yes it is and and he looks more and more like the way every day but like you said he has a better jump shot in. I'm telling he shot at jump shot with rain last night man it it was hard Defensively for the clippers in that second half. Because you know what do you do you know. Do you trap it. It's hard to trap him because he was on the floor. And you know you just have to pick your poison. Hope that you get one guy. That's able to enlist in front of him and make his his shot stuff. So i got a question is completely opposite conference. So we all fell for that milwaukee pump fake the first game right. Now listen in we in. Here's what i'll say. When i saw them go out the first five minutes and i saw them do a drop in ice with brook lopez with katie and career. I said not again host again right. So i'm just like when is it not so much jaanus right. When is it not the player right. When is it like the organization looking at like year. We're good during the regular season and no matter. How many other players you put in here. They're all falling into the same trap of running into the same like play. Pj tucker on k. d. all game. Now i'm like on tv like you can't give one player one defensive assignment especially you got through jaanus. I'm khris middleton egypt like john. John has got some of that work but even still even transition like i. I don't know my thing about about. And we know this about great offensive players. If and i know hawaii Co is a great two way player and we saw the difference with him guarding With him guarding Luca luca but you can't ask hawaii to go give you a forty and then go shutdown luca for forty two minutes like you can't do that so you can't as janas to go give thirty five or twenty five and then have him trying to stop k. d. the whole time 'cause you're gonna struggle on the offense because that person's going to get on a got tired a little bit so i what what do you think. Do you still think that really quick that milwaukee has enough because i feel like richard you mentioned it last year in the postseason that you believe honest is a one b and right now who are seeing confidence then like. He didn't say he was. He didn't like it but right now. So we're just gonna turn instead. They have an trust me. I still have that bullet in my gun alley. I'm just waiting to fire it again for the second postseason. Like what the fuck that i tell ya and that is not a disrespect. I do feel back. Because i i didn't unintentionally shot a shot at pippen and so like you know my gee was like watching young fellow so i i have no problem with that but it's okay shack was a one. B shaq had d. Wade shaq had koby check had penny hardaway. He needs to go find that that. That's all that that's all it is and i'm not saying that this series is over. I still think that. I think that the series is going to go six or seven. So i'm not even. I'm not even trip brooklyn won two games at home and they were the higher seed. How did we get out golden state. How do we get blown golden state. I lack ronco. But how did we get on out. I understand you're making adjustments richer. They're not making the judgements. Yonge thirty five minutes the first game. We got an now toronto and then are we blew them out two games at home one ten in a row and then got beat. Two games up in toronto. Was that just because of things that were going on. Between the lines or the streets it was gala name and jones was a street coordinator. Not no i was not well. Look i'm i'm gonna get to this milwaukee right. I thought with the dishes jrue holiday. Port is and pj tucker that it was going to be different right and in that first round. I saw a different milwaukee bucks. But in this series bud has went back to the milwaukee bucks of the last two years and he's leading janas initiate the offense in miami in miami. He didn't do that. And there was ball movement player movement. Now doing is he's having yanni's bring the ball up the court and nobody's gardner metric three point line and everybody's attached to the other players. What he needs to do is put the ball holidays hands. They need poche yanni's and try to get offense out of that okay. Put him as close to the basket as you could get. His school blake griffin. Listened for eleven. Listen they need to put him closer to the basket and let him post up in try to dominate in the paint. And then hopefully you know then brooklyn then double teams and then they could get their shooters from shots but em helena ball up top. We've seen what they've done over the last two playoffs seasons and that's got him you know bounce out they gotta shoot the ball. Better like at la isla. I'm with you. i'm not going to sit here and blame. Janas and bud for all of the. Somebody's do somebody's gotta play. Got to play better. And that's writing on us and that's including everybody like there's a spot of shooter right. It's a lot different when somebody's not right in front of me when yanna says the ball. They're playing straight up so when he throws me the ball. As shooter i'm rushing shot with somebody contesting debarring rotation. They're never getting a clear shot like they have good ball movement. I think they're the number one three point shooting team. Because you deputy bionics kick out. Swing swing Shoots if you watch him he has to make a one on one move. Do brooklyn is the best one on one team in the nba. So if you not big. They practice that they're good at right the public's going to they're like oh i play this every day i the three best one. Nba brin four. If you're not going. anywhere. Chris middleton your inefficient stopping and then brooke lopez's posting. He's not draw fouls. But that's what i never. I agree with you. D jones's like they need to go in slowest pace of the game down because if they can transition it's all so big little set their deep in me. I don't know why they switch katie's barbecue all of them. You might as well switch and say. Hey maybe if you get. Fifty at least limiting joan heiress and Shamet in all these other guys forgetting easy buckets if you had to give it. Yeah i i totally agree and i. I just think they're approaching. Well the first two games anyway The series is not over united. Lost two games on the road. Go over it's not. It's not but the they're approaching. The first two games is nerve racking in scary for me because you know katie in kyri those guys are going to get better me can can walk in milwaukee school hundred twenty points if they can't score her twenty points. They don't have a chance to win a game in this series. Okay so we just talked about the utah. Super series. Going to happen in that series. Well i'm. I'm gonna take the clippers in seven. I just think that The adjustments that coast lose gonna make Coming up it's going to be good enough for those guys to get over the hump. I think. Paul george is not gonna play Any worse than he did yesterday. I think he's gonna get better Co is gonna play better and you have to understand game one you wanna steal that game but it was tough to ask the clippers to win that game seven on sunday right travel monday limited preparation for game one and you know just the fatigue of altitude and everything and come out and get the win so hopefully with a day's rest in more preparation today that they'll be better suited to to win the game two tomorrow. I want to compliment Coach lou walmart time. Because i did game three and so asking him pay. What are you doing. And how you're gonna make adjustments because we know that's won t lose best attributes his ability to make adjustments and communication. And so richard. We're going to have to dial it back even more. We're gonna have to simplify it every more. And that's where he's at his best. Like what i love about him is that you had patrick beverley starting and playing in and they realized that he might be difficult. Because luca as much as you say with that. And patrick we love you. Lucas too much of a load on poor post. And if you start to help now you're really in trouble now. You're really in trouble because you're forced to help. But his ability to guys like luke. Canard engage luke kennard. Didn't play at all and then all of a sudden like game seven game one like that is so difficult as a professional but as a coach to communicate that. Hey you're going to get your shot you're gonna give your opportunity and then it might not be for five or six games. So you gotta wait but shout out to luke canard at and you gotta give the player a ton of credit which you also got the credit for keeping that player engaged and enabling him when the opportunity came. Like no. Go go to your. What do you have eighteen richard. I made shooting. He he Man he led the team in scoring. Yeah he played so well last night and and you know not only did he play offensively. You play well defensively as well. I mean he was all over the floor as rotations and steph will good In to ask. Just how as this who lou is and i don't think he gets enough credit as being one of the top coaches in the league That that still my mission to to get that out there but you know just think about just thinking about this boogie cousins. Your he hadn't played he had played and he gave him some minutes yesterday and he was good in his minutes. And and that just helps the coast going forward. Hey i know what guys are gonna be series. I know i could mix and match do different things and i. I'm very confident in his game. Plan going into game to you give bookie to give you fifteen minutes right at gives you a huge advantage of having a skilled big men at the top of the key who could hit you know to at a sex to a five degrees to get go. Bear out run. Those drawing kids get going downhill kickback out. But also when they do switch that dribble handoff going downhill. He can hold to the posts and on a deputy get. Somebody like luke kennard a corner three off the swing swing so like it. You know watching that game yesterday. i think you know. Obviously utah needed to win that right based on everything you said but i also think that they gotta think damn. That's the worst. they're going to be. Because you know. Even richard richard i when when she lou will be like. Hey when it goes in. You're going so check yourself in because richard with win. Marcus morris goes in you go in this and that is the weird side we gotta be ready cause these are matchups and we play with these guys and they start to the more. The game goes the more you start to understand your minutes and man. I need to be in better shape or i needed to work on nassar. I need to do these place. It's chess game. I think to lose while the best of their two things about tie. And i will say this in this notice. Respect other coaches. But it's one thing that i always admired about him is to your point jones of like you feel like he doesn't get enough respect one. That's not on tied to to go out in search for that. Because i think the best thing about ties ties into about tie ties the product in front of him in the result and that is rare in something that but to your point. He doesn't mean he doesn't deserve credit. Yeah my my my thing is right and you know you hit on head alex. He doesn't care about any of it he doesn't read any of it. He doesn't list any of only time. He hears about anything when i tell him about. And but i'm just saying that like we we talk about all these other coaches in the league and what they've done you know we we give them their flowers but it's always with him. It's always well lebron. James and nobody i mean richard enchanting baker both tested this that the things that he does behind the scenes in the preparation and how he gets guys ready to play. That's huge he was wearing you down. We like people. Don't know like t. Lou was sick like he was wearing himself down like working so hard doing so much. And we can t man. You gotta take care of yourself. But he was on some like he was all heat people. Don't i think a lot of times when people see former players. And i'm gonna be real especially like african-american former players. They think that. Oh because you were a player. That's how you're going to coach or that. No this man is putting hours and hours and hours and it's like you hear the hardest. Working coaches are spoelstra. Thibodeau and signal. No t lou is one of the hardest working coaches. That i saw and i probably i played for ten coaches in my career in. He is definitely one of the hardest working coaches from start to finish. Yeah and the misconception is that you know former players you know. Always get an opportunity to be coaches but no one talks about. You know where he started. I mean he started behind the bench in boston. With doc rivers where you know. He had to work his way up. Work way up in years. He became good at what he does. You know he was able to. You know foresee what his career would be like as a coach and that that takes hard work. I mean you don't just get there overnight and you know he's done a good job at it. I just hope and wish and pray that he gets credit than he's getting in this series. He'll get a lot of credit must new short young. They said i mean he was a i. Hey i'm just saying. I'm saying one a championship i mean. No that goes. You know how to add the nba playoffs here and you'll be in hoops. Heaven betting all the action on faneuil sportsbook. There are so many exciting matchups in faneuil is taking that excitement to another level because new and existing users. All customers can risk free throughout the playoffs. Once you have a fan duel sportsbook account. You can bet one. 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I got to. The man was the luckiest guy a summer camp. I'm going to be really. The solo stove is a hit. Not only my family but with every other family that i've ever introduced it with the smokeless designed the easy handle the stand to just every little bit that has been created from the solo stove. Makes it amazing. I am recommending this to everyone and everyone who's had said thank you channing. It makes our nights whether it's summer whether it's winter weather the fall make it a better. Solo stove creates story worthy moments without the fireside fumes. Willing on really quick. Because we want to get your thoughts on all these years. John so we talked about milwaukee nuts who have now in the next winning. I mean if he goes if he goes six games then I see it in five. I see them win. A new series in five. Wow all right overtime. West phoenix denver. Your i like way. Denver came out In that first game It will similar to clippers Utah last night Phoenix in that second half. They turned it up. So it is yoke. it's going to be able to Sustain an mvp level play throughout forty eight minutes. And if he's able to do that you know. I like. I like dimmers chances but i'm gonna go with. Phoenix in six games in phoenix. Defense is a lot different than that. Portland defense that s because is what people need to understand. Defense is not like defense can be first quarter smothering but defense is the ability to wear you. F- down over forty eight minutes so when you struggle in the last eight minutes or you struggle on the last six minutes. Are you struggling the last two three minutes. That's the defense working right like that. That's you up with a great defensive team over a quarter over two quarters over three quarters but it's hard to hit contests shot watching rudy. go bare like just. I know we're gonna go back watching that man scramble around seven foot is is. It is impressive. I don't think i've seen a seven foot big man who run around and do the defensive things that he's able to do and i know phoenix doesn't have that but phoenix has assembler scrambling all been bought. He will bear no. Don't say today so young right that dude this handling of mrs. I think he's going. Tit for tat. Everybody's playing against like crisp law. Chris paul raised that chris. Paul like these are the shot. You're gonna shoot one hundred percent of the time when i throw you the ball if you don't shoot those cuss you out out of the game right and it's like hey he's doing. What are we giving him a lot of credit. Because he's maradona channing. Is i saw shot in his face. I was critical of him. Has i like when he was averaging three free throws for free tonight built like david robinson she was pissing me off because i thought like i don't i even said it was like dude. I appreciate luca. Lucas doing taking the andre eight and i and i know people. You know my knob. Whatever but it's like. Michael jordan was drafted third. Everyone talked shit about sam buoy by talking shit about elijah while i'm being drafted number one right and it's like career. Compared to jordan is not even close not even close. But she's still not campaigning. Gotta keep you on for fifteen years. You ain't complaints off. That's it right. No houston rockets. They love it. They love and that even know jordan won six championships now. Good with the dream. Lynxes sustain this though. Oh yeah i can i can. I think may booker is playing out of his mind. Watching him in the lakers series. Like i mean he's really really taking the challenge of of being that guy and we all know what chris paul brings now. He's gonna get everything he's going to orchestrate everything. Have everything set on a platter for everybody on both ends of the floor. And i just think they can sustain finally Get to the western conference finals. This year okay. One player right now devon booker donovan. Mitchell starting team while devon booker donovan. Mitchell taking book. He's a better passer. I'm gonna take devon booker as well. I mean i mean he's he's scorn at ball facilitating. And i think he plays a little bit better defense than than donovan mitchell. I'll take a book on richard. I'm now looks. I'm probably taking on the mitchell. Just because i've seen him now. I understand like but donovan. Mitchell has been the best player on his team since he showed up. Donna mitchell has been the best player on everybody's got the most. That's not saying a lot but he's taking him to the postseason every single year. Go bear has taken into the postal. Go bare colbert has blossomed into this. I love go bears defense. No i'm saying eddie breath. That team win go bears not in the game. Not different t. The first year that they went to the first year they went to the postseason where it was donovan. Mitchell rookie year wasn't like everyone was raving about go. Bare gobert has gotten better every year to become dominant force. But i'm just saying at the moment donovan. Mitchell showed up there now. He had veterans around him. He had talent around him but the minute he showed up. He was the best player on his team. I don't not talking about. Mvp most important donovan. Mitchell is the most important player on their team from a standpoint of like. He's their best player in that fourth quarter. When you need buckets when you need shots who's going for fifty balls. That man was going from fifty balls in the in the bubble disrespecting book. We're splitting hairs years. Ain't no wrong answer right back. That he's been the best player on his team and gotten better and his team has gotten better and players around him have gotten better every year. I agree with you. with richard. I i go back to that first series against memphis when he wasn't there in that game one really struggled they struggled so i i agree with you on average. Think when he returned just the jump. I understand like the struggling. But then the way in which he took them to that next level. Not just like you added the odds. Different about ron mr. It's time that boy missed on. That boy missed a month in showed up in the postseason was like i got the difference. Fifteen years. I'm not disputing that. But it's it's more of the difficulty to do that. Right eating exiting. Yeah yeah no. I'm saying i'm the difficulty to do that. Brian we we know about his intelligence as a younger player. There's a disadvantage because you might not have ever done that before. Like taking a month off and then jumped into the most intense situation doesn't have that much playoff experience if you're comparing him to like the other great players but i'm with you still was impressive. Last areas philly atlanta k. Look boys the boys. I'm gonna say come here from rights. Trae young is a mismatch when they can get out and when they could slow the game down. But when ben simmons can get out in transition and be affected that like thoroughly. That's what happened last night. I watched the whole game analysis like when they get turnovers when atlanta missed six layups in the first quarter then they missed. I think five or six in the third quarter been the bench for the sixers took over. Tommy's maxi had ten points up until that point. They had zero. So the hawks. I think just felt like the end of the game wrong. The first game came back and they couldn't jump. Start the edges like a bad law more and then when they play perfect to get it back in a minute. They made a sub that sub couldn't keep up with the pace of life. You know we. We need to play a perfect. That's appoint right. Said they sent somebody in it. All of a sudden it went down in philly may turn over in joel embiid. Fila game one is one thing philly gongqi in my opinion and i'm not saying atlanta can't handle and people are like oh well. The knicks played great defense. A mike philly plays great defense with better off. It's yes definitely plays the same defense. There was so much about. Julius randle struggling and then derrick rose playing great. But it's like oh you're asking a lot of that vet in that moment to keep that sustain that the differences with billy. They played the same defense if not better probably better because they have bigger players doing it and then their offense is far better. That's my thing about land like can they sustain and if they can't good for them this a whole first quarter tobias harris. Carry the team. They were like we'll make tobias beach. You either yes fifteen of eighteen in the first quarter and then at the net joel embiid said you're done come on boom. And he was up there smacking it. I said dan. Yeah yeah. I'd the defense. The is was going to carry philly but nobody has an answer in bead. And i just think that man As good a story as atlanta's ban this postseason like may losing a series in six games. Elliott how can joel sustain that knee injury. I don't know. I mean he's you know they have to get him rest all days and his treatment and stuff like that. I mean i mean he could sustain this series race series. Yeah let's saying. I was surprised. I know he's probably wearing it. Like a bunch of niece. Even stop but he's not even wearing a knee brace to protect it right which to me is like do like as if it's already compromise and they might say it's light hair they might say you know just because it's like it's not might not be ripped off the bone ryan might not be completely gone. There might just be you know me and they probably have a hundred. Mri's of his knee and they're like. Oh yeah there is a slight tear so you go and say it meniscus. Yes as meniscus. Like i look. I'm not a doctor. And i'm not gonna play up here but yeah that dude looks like a problem in the. It's only going to continue being a problem. The the the more time he gets there was one topic that i want to switch based on real quickly because all or all five of it. There's four of us here me All four of us are privy to some very personal conversations of level people. Right and i want to get your take now. J. will as much as i give jay willow bunch of shit like that's my dude. That's my boy. I fuck with him. But it's fine to give other shit in the public space right. Can you break it down. The amount of rules he broke. 'cause people might not understand the amount of rules that he broke. Whether it's true or not discussing that conversation that he had with kevin durant now again. Kevin durant says it wasn't true. Jay williams said it was true. That's not what i want to talk about. I want to talk about what he did. That was actually wrong by talking about a conversation. True or not only the three of you can talk about it because you've been in locker rooms and you and that trust that you put into someone that has the platform in which jay williams has allieu. You're part of this too. Because i what i'm saying. This is a great conversation for you guys. Well i'm going to start off by saying that you should never. You should never take a confidential conversation to that platform to where you know people can dissect or think one way about somebody. And i don't know i 'cause i i like jay. I work with jay wheel. Spn he's a cool do But you just don't do that. You don't do it. Because it puts it puts kevin durant now in a bad place it puts them in a bass by because now it seems like that. He's talking about people behind their back in. He saying things about jaanus saw or whoever they were talking about whatever. The conversation was true untrue. You should never put it out on that space unless you have a conversation with kevin durant. Hey kevin you know we're talking about you know you guys are series. You know. I want to mention you know the conversation that we had entered the holiday party or whatever. Is it okay with you for me to do. So if he says yes then you know. It's it's good tv but not to give Go there and do it. Put cabinet in a compromising position. And then he comes back and says the things that he says it just makes today will look like is credible. The and that. And that's in that to me is what so tough is that we all have worked so long all four of us in our careers to establish relationships to build relationships to build. Trust one of the things with this is that we would edit out anything that might be drama because we just wanted to fund stories right. So if there's something sad or like if jay will was on that podcast on this podcast and he said that we would edit that out because on my j. like that ain't going be something that you know kevin durant. I wanted it. We don't want any of that drama because this is why it's a problem one. You're playing against you. Honest janas down. Oh to going back to. Milwaukee like janas had a fifty ball against them during the season right. Yes we will like this two time. Mvp vince like this dude is a bad bad man so now more inadvertently giving bulletin board material to one of the best players in the world. And you're saying it's coming from one of the best players in the world that he'd playing against there are so many rules that were broken here and this is all from a place of people that as much as i give. Jay will shit. I fuck with jay well but there's also lessons to be learned. I've had to learn lessons. You've had to learn lessons. We've all had lessons in this spot. But like when. I first heard this and i i saw this and then obviously kevin durant reacted the way he did and i understand. You gotta come intense because you're trying to end the noise that's a fucking lie. I didn't say it. And i'm not here to say the truth. We're just more here to tell people you can't ever ever do that in such a learning to. This is where. I would bring myself in richard. Because i was speaking solely from the fact that you guys are the ones inside the locker room. You're the ones that when it comes to things like this have to actually go out and compete in follow up but from my side as a professional i think the like one and i common rule i learned is that if you were not inside the arena inside the professional space which for us is arenas right. If we're not on the job nothing else is allowed to be said so if you are at a function if you are at an event if you are at a holiday party held traveling with the cavs for six seasons inside the hotels to and from the bus on the airplanes the things in which you see here that's off your record in there is no place for it and i. I was talked out from other business and no matter. I mean i have some of the strongest relationships with you in the things in which i have not been able to say or give out though it could maybe help me and push me forward and take to a different. It doesn't matter because once you lose that it's not just between you and kevin durant j will it's on a whole 'nother platform it's on the level and people come to you for information and details. Think about this all over. All four of us have had conversations starting with this. How can i say this right. Like how the details knows. How can i say this is a is a great way because a lotta times people you guys might not know this when we have information that we feel like the public would know or it's great for the culture but we don't want to expose the people that tells us look has a million leaks. There's a million leaks out. There like sham world and all these people breaking information because they're getting insider information so that's not new but it's like how do i say this if you're like how do i talk about this conversation. I had i was like look. You can even say it sideways at the side of your mouth like there's some people out there that don't feel johnson kevin durant to being the same conversations like you ain't gotta say it's from kevin durant you just. Yeah yeah here after you just have to understand too that our world is you cannot leave anything interpretation now and i'm going to say it's you guys and this is probably gonna be breaking I think that my career in broadcasting and espn Could have been better. If i was if i would have put out some of the things that i had in my mind or said i said some things said some things about People being very critical. I think i think i could still be on tv right now. But i i wasn't gonna compromise. You know certain people in relationships just to you know. Stay on tv. I love doing tv work with a lot of great people but it just it just wasn't mass space and so that that's what i'm saying they will. It's hard. I mean that business hard because you have to. You know you have to call on those relationships to you know. Have the best stories or you know. Give the best information you have to. you know. Use some of the stuff that you have in your back pocket. And i just refused to do that and i think that's what's my time. Espn short stocky. You and i think we're going to wrap it up with that said way back when when we started road. Chirpin this guy. This guy wanted to be where to go left. he's done this post on row trivia. Yesterday when i reached out to him he was. Like i have been kicking myself in the ass because i wanted to be at your meal. Listen listen you know what. I've made a lotta mistakes in my life Doing now basketball career home. You know my life. In general and one of the biggest mistakes that i made was not becoming a part of roach in because you guys are on a different stratosphere right now and i would be on. I'll be along for the ride in. I let my pride get in the way. So i wanna tell i want to tell all three. You're doing a fantastic job. I watch all the podcast and if an opportunity comes back for you guys to bring me on again you know what we're gonna we're gonna join. We're gonna bring you on next time. We have a gas. We're going to bring you on. We're gonna have you as a reoccurring audition for elections. We will get you in per going here. We know we are coming up on the five year anniversary of the twenty sixteen titles so give us a story before. Richard surrounded jump in actually be on television. Give him your amex grace from that season. Maybe all the times used to come into practice in joke with these guys. They used to hate you so much. Listen i'm telling you right now. In obstinate on different podcasts. Or whatever richard jefferson and channing. Frye was a huge part of what we did in cleveland. Just their you know their work ethic and the behind the scenes stuff always keeping guys is. They're keeping guys engage if it wasn't for those two guys i'm saying right. He don't wrote tripping. I don't think we would have been as successful as were so guys i appreciate. You have been assistant. Colds are no. We had a lot of fun and joke around. And y'all gave me shit all the time. But i really do appreciate both of you guys for which i really we appreciate you. We appreciate you coming on here brother. We appreciate that. We want to hear vineyards. They always all all the delicious wine that we drink on here. We're gonna shoot some your wet. I appreciate you guys in hopes you love beyond against so enjoy the game. They'll get your go. Get your costume running. Game twos smart guy. I'm of nasca cult of the head. I'm the head coach his friend by.

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7. Stop Making It Plural

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58:20 min | 2 years ago

7. Stop Making It Plural

"Can't wait to hear more episodes of freedom. I know you can't well you can binge. Listen to the entire season ad free. Now on Stitcher premium for a free month of premium go to Stitcher premium dot com slash three them and use promo code three them. He. Scary. Oatmeal. I'm fully. Hey, welcome to the show. Don't most songs they start when they start. They sound. Like a scary ghost lake most song. The time. Hey birthday. Happy birthday, by the way to anyone who sailing sell sell speak to someone who doesn't have one. I thought if one. Which you can do that. I wish like oh, man. I'm gonna like a really rich person could buy three hundred sixty five birthdays and make people celebrated every single year could buy their birthday. Yeah. The other person could no longer celebrate their birthday. It was like something you could do to to buy from you. I love that. I wish I could do it. How much how much you do you like to celebrate birthdays pollen than go over to Lord for this? I'm Paul Tompkins, by the way, I. Over here is give I like to I like to celebrate birthdays, very quietly as a church mouse. Yeah. I like to celebrate with church, mice church. Yes. I a tradition where for the past heavily. It's been a while now so less than five I will. Been awhile out less than five. Thank you. Be enough. That's not the actual layers. That'll do pigs. And so I'll janey and I will go out with another couple, and we'll have dinner on my birthday. And we don't like tell the restaurant, even we just like, you know. And that's like all the celebration. I need. Okay. So shut up shut up. Shut up shut up. My fiftieth birthday is coming up. Yes. I'd like to say about this the other day. But this year, very exciting. You can tell him. How yours was twenty. I don't understand it. I like to get it. ES is good days at is bad. I don't. Did you? Yours is coming up. So you're going to do you're going to do a big ball. I think I'm going to have a big party for that. So how much Clun September eleven. That's right. Thank you. Jones by second. Yes. Right. Well, we we all spend it together. I remember us here. Here. Brad container milk and stick of butter. So Paul how much how much would you sell your birthday for is what I'm getting four since you normally it's a day of quiet reflection. And would you would you wait until you're fifty I. I would I'd I'd wait till I fifty first birthday to sell it. And then how much like legitimately. You could never celebrate it again, then you could never and you could never bring it up to anyone like this used to be my birthday and the so then people would go. Oh, happy birthday. In fact, the. This used to be out say that I couldn't say this used to be my birthday you couldn't because then people would go. Oh, well, happy birthday, or whatever you you you. In fact, the people who knew that you had a birthday you had to maybe kill kill or or at least flash him with the neurological of the from the men in black university. So are we talking men in black rules here? Man black rules in this scenario. We're just saying men in black rule. Okay. It's on. By the way, never heard back from agents last. I heard I'm still in the mix for men in black two. Oh, congratulations, though allows see one of the titular men. No, no. Those parts have been cast. Okay. But I am assuming that crosses role. I was swimming this possibility that in some future, Blu Ray released or whatever they may shoot additional footage. Okay. And I will be in the movie. List of everyone who is in the mix. We never we never got back to. Anyway, what if casting directors had to get back to every single person who ever audition for I'm sorry? You did not get it. They call you personally. Okay. So how much realistically you could. Never celebrate your birthday. And no one could ever bring it up again twelve million dollars realistically. Really? Yeah. Okay. All right. Well, let's for you. But we'll go Lauren, then you, okay? How much to never celebrate celebrate your birthday again or having acknowledged knowledged again hundred million a hundred mil you guys are insane. Like, I'm talking legitimate cash offer if someone was really walking up to me, and they want to buy your birthday. Okay. And you can never talk about it again. Twenty million dollars, really. Go with that. Thinking. Yeah. What do you mean? I one hundred gram. Not enough. You heal? Barely barely. Enjoy celebrating them. Now. It's not enough to never acknowledge it again or have anyone say happy birthday tax-free. Do we have to commission are giving away taxman mission? Commissioner ratings on and percents does. Because then we're just talking to you did ends up being thirty now. Yes, I think we owe it to listeners to tell them what? Food Lauren brought into the studio this time. Oh, yes. We are looking at it, Scott. Yeah. Would you care to describe it? Okay. I'll describe this food and see if you can guess it the way you are you look at it. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Yeah. You do food like it's in the shape of food. It's long, and I guess it's in the shape of a very curved penis. Ask you this. Yeah. Evolutionary speaking. Yeah. Would you say is designed intelligently? It's you know, what it's almost as if it is intelligent because it it's almost as if it comes in its own rapper and right and its own. You know, you know, how when you get lunch Ables there in those little containers. And then you peel back the plastic on top of them. Yeah. Like how babies are born everyday. I'm sorry. Scott as a sodium deficiency too. I either have to go swimming in those saltwater the ocean. What does the air like it's like a little like soft cracker with the new rub on tomato sauce on God. Can you just spread it? You massage tomato sauce and do it. That's what I said. All right. Try and then you eat it. It's you know, what if you were home, but you're at school. What are you gonna do? True. True. You don't have access to the school micro. Don't let you do that. They should have a microwave. One hundreds of kids, we know kids put metal in there. Oh, stupid kids. Hey, what co- lunch box? Do they still make lunchboxes banana, by the way has been so weird? All that rice cakes and peanut butter. And I also have breakfast before that. If you're listening, please party on a secret message coming to you in the midst of this show. They do still make lunch socks. I kind of lunchbox is you have when you were a kid. I had a I had a wizard of Oz lunchbox of the movie or the books movie thermos, Judy Garland, and you know, the wizard of Oz is interesting because it's one of the few like. Think he did away? Lauren. No, it's one of the few classic movies that has a female protagonist true. You know what? I mean. I think it's interesting because like a scarecrow came to life. Well, I don't know. I never noticed that word about lying walked on his hind legs. Ten man. A man of ten. Hey, it even have a heart. Don't you think if that movie came out now, it'd be noted to death by the studio like it's it's a strangely structure. They did that I know that that wasn't like updated. I guess they did the wiz that live one on. Oh, you did you watch that? I did. I watch all those. I watched them all, but but about half of them, I stopped midway through saying. Oh, this is no good. I enjoy when it's bad. I enjoyed the first one the sound of music. That was terrible. I remember like I think we all gathered together at like Sarah silverman's house or something because he was the first one in a long time. And we were all we all love musicals like come on over. And then within three minutes. It was like, oh, this is a bomb like a soap opera one. Sometimes they're really strange when they don't think most of them don't have an audience, and I find that really weird. Yeah. It's like this reminds me of like the ones that you'd watch growing up. Like, it's weird. Like, it just seems like we've signed the FOX because if. Live like one. The FOX Greece one to care that in a great way. Like a lot of it had an audience and people cheering held. I wouldn't was a great one. Do you watch the Christmas story? I watched about an hour of it. I watched over the course of two days. It was very long. We know who's amazing is that guy from Silicon Valley who apparently has a Broadway guy dude from Silicon Valley. Oh, the what's his the guy with the lamb? The guy with a Lamborghini guy. Yeah korea. Chris I didn't realize name. I looked it up. But he is why did you bother? Yeah. 'cause Broadway background Broadway background. He was amazing. Yeah. He was all he made it worth it. Never do musicals. Learn not really, no. I couldn't get into any of them. Why did you audition at issued forever? They call you back. Maybe once in a while you no. No, what you addition with us on from the show or some other show is usually a song from this show. I don't know. I couldn't get into any play or musical by school. Really interesting. I wonder why that is were you were you an introvert? No. But I, you know, I think part of it my school had just like a lot of like really good actors who are really like obsessed with musical theater and stuff. They were just great. But I always do we talk about this before because I really wanna watch like videos by school plays and see if they were actually we talked about this a little bit about how they're they're all we imagine them as these great productions, but they probably all were terrible. No. But way, we're trying something before this. Okay. Through time this musicals I love sitting down and watching like a live event. And I love award shows that same reason. And yet I invited you to a football game yesterday. Head still first of all sorry, second of all that. But did not even ever give me a real answer as to whether you're coming. I assumed you understood that we didn't time it was over. I was like, yeah. I'm pretty sure they're not crying. Sorry. I wonder if that would have been more clear, I thought I haven't doing bits with you. But I think I would be like just a horrible guest because I don't it was mainly. I I would have been too. That's why no I knew you're out of town. It was mainly just because I wanted to cook this brisket. Oh, well, damn and I did. Well, thanks for inviting us. It was really nice. You drew? We had a. A lot of people, and you wouldn't need my like, no, no. It was like it was thirteen whatever it was. And we had the exact. Yes. It was very unlucky. We all broke our arms. Watching the football. Was weird to reenact? Yeah. We're pretending. We were the quarterback. Right. Sure. Jewelry movie, our arms back and forth, and you're also old in forward. Paseo motion it. You you've never you said you've never watched a football game. No. That's not true. I mean, I grew up my dad and brother watched that stuff. So I've seen a lot of that's it's just white noise to me. I hate it. A has sound of football. Yeah. I really you're not ready for some football. I'm never ready for some football. You think you're just don't like I've told my stay at home. Let's the one sport. You would you like baseball. I like baseball. Do you? Do you love football. I go in and out of various years where I have never watched a single game except for the Super Bowl. And then I'll watch a lot of them, especially if I'm if I'm betting on them. Then we'll see this is fun. Stephanie Allen was just telling me about how she bet on the bills, and they're known to lose all the time. But they were doing whatever she bet on them. And she would have stood to win thirty thousand dollars. If they won the Super Bowl. They just just. Hundred dollars. Odds are so stacked against right, right? But I was like I got a gamble. I got a great on this. And that makes sports seem fun to me Roenick that she bet on the bills, and she would have won so many bills. Yeah. Isn't it? Yeah. Oh, I do not like to gamble. Are. You a gambler I really enjoy like roulette if I'm in Vegas. I have a great time I play for but I'll play for hours because I kind of make it last like, I don't spend a lot of money. I can see the odds. The terrible odds making it kind of exciting because shot the right number. Oh, my best. I'm screaming. I love it. But I it is horrible. Like, you typically will never wait like any time. I've come I've I've had moments where I Mike way above what I came in with. But then, but I just chalk it up to like I got to play a game for four hours. Right. Yeah. I got to. Yeah. I one hundred bucks. I don't put the few times have gambled. Like when I am losing the money. It feels so bad and it makes us so anxious. Like, what am I right one of my doing? Well, it is crazy when you play a game like roulette with I go in there going like, I'm I don't care if I lose one hundred dollars I'll play this as long as I can. And then there will be. People who are just just throwing down so much money and losing it so fast, and it makes me feel insane. Like watching them what is wrong with you. That's crazy. That's the worst game. If you actually wanna win like a ton of money. Guy. What was saying this guy, and he was just putting down one hundred bucks every time. And it was just like he was spending thousands and thousands of dollars time. And then you get Bill. Have a played to catch. I go. Should it be mad at me? I go to here, and then like just kept going, and then he he'd walk away. And then he'll come back and put down like serious problem. It was really upsetting a gambling problem again like addiction seems so horrifying to me like even more than a drug addiction for some reason. I don't know if it's just the I guess it's just the with the exiled because they drug addiction. You know, what you're getting? Well, it's not like you're gonna. I mean, it's also it's a physical thing. It's like, you are you at least know, you will get the respite of the drug. I guess if you can get the drill. I know people who are ex drug addicts alcoholics who are now gambling at it. Yeah. I know. Another way today. I in some ways, it's safer. But in other words, you're losing all your money. And it's not. Just the exile. I know it makes me feel crazy people put down like ten grand. Like, you're out of your mind. I don't know what. No, I don't I don't actually when I was when I was. Now when I was twenty four I guess or twenty three or twenty four I would go to Vegas a lot. And then because I didn't have any money. I just come back from Milwaukee. Good. Yeah. Just get a job. I just come back from Milwaukee where I basically spent all my money trying to fly back to Los Angeles. And I had to move back in with my what were you doing? What was the Milwaukee school? No. So I I moved to Milwaukee on Halloween to be with my girlfriend and then on November first November a witch. On November first she said, I'm not love with you anymore. Italy. Italy. That sucks. And so then by Christmas, there's probably I've moved to. Okay. I was in the airport on Christmas Eve with like, my all my possessions in a trunk, and I I was big holiday. I was out of money, and they weighed the trunk and they were like, this is overweight. It's going to be seventy five dollars stickers. Right. The sticker. Yeah. There were there. Weirdly, I told you about this trunk. Oh, you pretty well. I we were talking about the drunk the other day. I got it out of at a. I was walking down the street when I told you I I got this trunk from a from a roommate's old roommate? He had left it in the apartment, and it had stickers all over it. And when they when we he's like, do you want this trunk my my roommate left here when we opened it up? It was filled with books about Charles Manson. Yes, thank God. The guy was strange. Yeah. And so I had like a curse trunk for a while. And I so I went to the airport within their like, this is filled with. Yes. Like every illegal. I don't know. And it had right? You know, his own writings in it and stuff. So anyway, I would carry everything around with it. And they said this is overweight you need to pay seventy five dollars. And I I just I went white. And I said, I don't have any money and they said merry Christmas. And they like packed it up, and they send it back anyway. So I didn't have any money. So. The Manson books. That's all I carried with me. Like, these are good. Why did I say truck now just just clear true? When you went white did you ever go back? So what was it? Oh, yeah. So I so I go to Vegas with a friend and. I was working at the olive garden. They're your family. That's nice. Tan, which by the way, I was telling this to our friend told you on the other day, like how many proposals there were when I worked at olive garden is that depressing. Oh week. Isn't it? So I would I would make if someone proposed me there. I how to say, yes. Anyone? Yeah. Yeah. So I would make clay I would I would have like four hundred dollars or something we would go to Vegas. And then that's when I got into like blackjack and the mechanics of it. And so I spent a I spent a good couple years where I would go to Vegas just to make money, and I would work. Yeah. And I would come back with like a couple thousand dollars or something. I remember like the biggest bet I ever made was fifteen hundred dollars on a single hand. And then I then I just I just. Did you win? Yeah. I would win it. Yeah. Basically like got got got a car and moved out of my parent's house. Like, I sort of like it's supposed to go. Not at all. But it was just the art of like grinding it out is what I was into of just like betting. Yeah. Anyway, so, but, but then I just gave it up, and I just haven't done it. In fact, I went with the writers of bang bang Vegas, maybe two years ago. And they none of them knew how to gamble November ever played like blackjack, and they're all like such dorks or they're just like never. They're all like, how do you do this? I was like oh here. Come sit down at the blackjack table. I'll teach you how I'm really cool. Hold on. Just like they're all in their thirties in the pipe gambled with Hanford in Louise. Louise, where are we? We c- case Louisiana. Gamble with him. We just did roulette and and Hanford just kept losing social. All line Dole's era. He has more to lose them all kind of any laugh. So I show them all how to play blackjack, and he was like the first time I played in a decade or something. I was like, oh, here's how you do it. And then within ten minutes, I was like six hundred dollars up, and they're like, wow. This is how you play. I was like the other the other part of his like, no window walk away from the table. So I was like all right. I'm stopping now problem is because I'm like, I can get ahead. And then I'm like, well, I have a lot to play with. Yeah. Anyway, that's the gambling you ever bet on sports. Oh, when I said, I'd tell you when I said I gamble on sports. It's I'm only I'm in a I'm in a football pool. Every year with a like, a friend with football. I jumped into it. I can't believe we'll get out of. Some other. Who's because you're so fun dream last night. I drowned woke me up. Gas for air. You're waking up. I knew it was a movie. Here's the thing. It's not new. I knew I was an actor in a movie, and that there were people all around me. And then I started thinking about this safety precautions of the movie of like of like, oh, I wonder how they're doing this to where if I drown. And then I was like, oh, wait there are none. Then I wonder how they shoot things like that in movies duties like a big tank. The abyss or so. Yeah, they would have a big tank so weird Titanic. So weird. They were just sitting in a big tank the big remember aquaman. Yeah. We talked about. Look we have to take a break. All right, fine. All right. We'll see you next time. Time. I mean next segment by which would be the next time. We see you. Paul. Yeah. Do you? Find yourself to service directed was that do you? Find yourself distracted. I'm sorry. I was looking at a gum wrapper on the floor. Is it one of those bazooka ones with the funny joke? I wish yours. This is a normal gum wrapper regular old silver on one side, white on the other. What were you thinking about? Well, I saw thinking it was a dime at first. So you were very excited very excited. And then and then I when I looked at it harder. I realized there's just trash and you were just like you'd already spent that mentally. Yeah. It's been a dime. Mentally on what mind candy. Okay. So you find yourself distracted. Sometimes right. I guess that's the proof. Yeah. Forgetting things making mistakes at work. I mean, there's a mistake right there. Oh, I shouldn't have shown up here. Now. Exactly big mistake. Well, look, a quality night's sleep makes all the difference that it does. It really does. When's the last time you slept? What day is it? Thursday last night. Okay. So you should be at the top of your game. I should be. But I didn't sleep. Well. Oh, really why? What happened? Well, I had a bedrooms because my bed sucks. Yeah. And I was tossing turning splish splash. But bed was wet. Okay. Do you have a water bed? Is that what you're talking about? Now. Oh, I see. Okay. 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What is your guilty pleasure song that you love the people hate I like some country songs that I think people like some cont. Should've kept listening. Whiskey? Am I drink your coffee? Okay. Let me just get one more goal. I'm parsing on my gulps. Don't I I wanna be able free to talk. LSU's? I like this one song. I play a got a barbecue. Stand him. A what t shirt? Cry country songs like really easily like really if a song came like I was watching a New Year's Eve performance by ten. Bell? And it was really cheesy. And I was like this is so good like, I just sometimes the songs are so emotional lady antebellum song, the cool up, and I sing all the time. Really? Yeah. I can't remember what it is. It's the one where what is it? I can't remember I like this one song called seventeen by Eric church. Can you play? It's about the age that he likes today. Yeah. Nick, while you're at a tweet about how like rough I can't remember what the actual tweet is. But roughly a third of rock songs are all about how a woman is underage. But I still want to date or so men and there. So many. There are a lot. They pop up all the done someone was posting about how Jerry Seinfeld when he was thirty nine dated a seventeen Shawna. Whatever they took her to the head of lonestar. Yeah. Yeah. Very weird fucking crazy at signing up. He has a kid who seventeen now and people. My sights set on him or her. At the time. It was like people made jokes about it. And maybe there were a few people saying czar Oprah. Yeah. She's in high school. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He had a TV show. I'm guessing that was on. That's a big fan. Love to have you on the show seventeen by whom Eric church. Eric shirt. Wanna hear in the song? I think. While this is getting there's one speaking country. I was watching either being of God. Thank you. Either. I was watching either extreme home makeover. Or the sixty minutes. I can't remember which but Morley safer was building. Hard to tell. Maybe it would've been better. If as Jimmy Carter. No, they were building. I know. But like come on technically, anywhere fine. I like this great three wishes was the one that cool up worked on as a logger, the Amy grant hosted one were they Billy. I didn't follow any of those. I'll logger okay. There's a show called wishes where they would build houses an anti rant was the host of it. Okay. Cool off would log the tapes. Meaning she would type everything they say, okay. That's a job that a lot of like people at UC be in stuff. They they they they have when they move out. Here is just reality show logging. So cool up without cutting down trees to build these houses Ramey grants. No. But she she worked on brings stay net seventeen she springs. That's. In the song. Okay. So so she worked on that. And then she became a producer on America's got talent weirdly enough from that. So she produced America's what's up. Logger? I just explained it. I wonder listening because we were dealing with the song. She she you watch the tape and you tight, but everything that happening is about a house. She was a law. Yes. We went through all the you had that conversation. And then did you say because I thought. We didn't all it actually. Not not. But actually this. Okay. Ooh. True. I love the sound. Did you play this in a way? Song you play a lot. That country thing of I'm going to make a list of things I'm going to say this is my lifestyle if sucking works every time, I love it. Very successful a lot it was it was summit woman. Oh. Oh, anyway, so cool up. Yes. She was a producer on America's got talent. Where basically she would convince people who were terrible that they were that the judges probably thought they were good. And to get them to go out on stage. My gosh started hating it so much and wrestle Hoffa. Was there at the time. Anyway, these are so bad for her story. Yeah. These are her. It was like when I worked. Like, I worked this is when I worked at the LA times, and I was like salesman of the month for a while. Convincing people to buy the paper, and it became so easy for me. Where like I could get anyone to buy it. And I started feeling so bad that I quit. What are you guys pointing at? These are her stories than I did the law and order. And is that part of one order. Yes. These are their stories. Oh, I didn't the the two branches of relied order. No, nobody hurt except say I heard it. I didn't understand. Anyway. On one of these shows. There is still one of these shows Brad Brad paisley was on it. Yeah. And he sang a song about how he was Dopp. Did he I q look this up Sam he didn't have to. I think is what it's called Brad paisley. And he it's a song. Oh, gosh. I'm like kicking. Title. It's about it's about his dad not having to love him. But he did. Do we have someone adopting him his dad his dad, that's? Do we say same idea? Fun down bound me. About to cry. Man. I come. Up to and. Shot her. Him can't deal with. Oh. So strange if she's got all I know. Rein myself. I'm glad Brad paisley as backing me up. See? Anyway. Wow. I like. Seriously, just talk about anyway. So that's. So I I remember who up like finding that in my I tunes or something. Like, what is this? And then mean, not even be able to explain it without. Jane? I once we're going we were taking a trip to Palm Springs. We're driving down. We made this playlist for the road. And I just got in this abbot brothers album and hen listened to it yet. And so this saw. I think I'd seen them the thing that made me get the albums. I'd seen them. Do this song. Arbatov appeti- was doing documentary about him. Did he? Knowledge. I want to see I wanna see it already our everything. So this song call is called a is called murdered in the city and its murdered in the city. Yeah. Wow. If I get murdered in the city, don't go Benjamin Ames same. Can we play a little bit of the avid brothers murdered? The city. Things that I think. Oh. No need to get over a long. The home. Become. My dad would say. He said, I love you. And I'm proud. In so many different ways. It's a really pretty song. And I've never this never happened before. But I started crying, and then janey was crying to check in with these other. Like, are you are you crying? I'm crying who's driving janey was driving. Oh, good. You can't cry. But it was it was a crazy experience because it caught us by surprise because he just happened to be present in the moment. Yeah. And then like as it was going on like when you start to feel like, you're you're you're nose starts to tingle. You feel like you feel in your face. It's going to start happening. It's like, and then you go through that thing of Mike gonna start crying the song. I always I cry at tongs a lot in my car for two seconds like, but I always think it's funny to if someone could watch that 'cause it's just like driving along. On your like. 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But I do slightly open medicine cabinets. I feel like you know in a bathroom. If I I don't always think of it though. I don't but I feel like people talk about it. Like, it's an extremely common thing everyone. Does this fear that want to take care of my pets go through my shit because I wouldn't do that. If I were like taking care of my actual it was somewhat. I didn't really know that might be more chance that I would do that. Well, I never wanna do and Airbnb with my house James talked about like if we're going away we could make money by doing that. I'm like, I don't want that. And she says, well, you know, you you can hide all your stuff. They'll find a murder dungeons not. It's not even about them snooping is just about people. Yes. Molecules what their mom. Kills in there. It's it feels like if we weren't over to have a like a beach house or something I would just want it to be shuttered when we're not there. Like, anybody shuttered on the beach. I wanted shuttered on the beach thinking. Shutters on the USA. So I feel like I maybe I don't have that instinct, you don't you help yourself to whatever is in the fruit. But would they say help yourself to whatever is in the fridge? Yeah. They always did. Right. Yeah. I wouldn't just do something. They didn't say, but I always cleaned above and beyond. But I went into now when I know that like people, I know who have babysitters they don't do the coupling. The dishes. It's part of the job. That's very doing the dishes that you used or just doing whatever dishes. And there's a sink of dishes that should be done by the time to resting. I like doing stuff like that. If I stay at somebody's house. Yeah. Like to to leave it a little better than found us when we we rented a house up in Santa ynez few years back and for a for a week and cool up like those above and beyond and she like the Kula she cleaned that place. She cleaned it. So well that we forgot our blender like a big expensive blender when. And we drove left it you left it there. And we drove back and two and a half hours later, and we were like God. What do we do do? We just drive all the way back for two and a half hours, and then drive another two and a half hours, and she called them, and they come into the house, and they were like this place looks so nice. We will pay to have this ships. That's nice. Well, you should have any way too fucking assholes. We just ate you decent human beings. It's time to play feature. What do we got Lauren? What did you bring something? This game is called celebrity hunt. The most dangerous game. Now, the so basically bridge will say, isn't it Lloyd bridges had a show called sea hunt is if you just like they got away with it. Yeah. Boy, because we all know what he was hunting. Yeah. The one person we'll say celebrities name, then we'll all say hunt. Then the next person says celebrities name that starts at the last letter of the previous celebrities name. And how did say hunt until? I try to keep giving he go faster and faster. Also, we get a wrinkle where you have to say living people, and if you say. And then I also think say DeLores Reardon if it's from the cranberries. Just happened today. That's horrible the lead singer. Amazing. We were talking about the cranberries on stage this weekend. Just they were just touring. Yeah. How does let's hope she doesn't turn into a. This job has already been made a million times by the time. This comes out later. Wait why how did you pass away? I'll look. No one knew let's just try. Let's try the regular version. Yes. And I think as it goes out could try to go a little faster, and if someone can't think of a reasonable amount of time they're out there. Okay. Got it. Okay. So. I was gonna sorry reading and we all have to say hunt and Paul is looking at his phone. I was trying to see what? Tillerson weird died. Up. Ricky martin. Natalie imbruglia. Ashton kutcher. Ridley scott. Tom hanks. Steve martin. Natalie portman. Did the did you? Leone echo Kelham. He's on a show. Michael douglas. Sam smith. Horatio sanz. Social mamat. Yeah. True. Yes. I'm thinking. Terry crews. Sam smith. I say. Said. Oh, sorry. Okay. Tim smith. I'm so one. Same spiro? Okay. Well, what was the last one before? Oh, Jerry crew creek. Sam Rockwell Lalita davidovich. Hundred thomson. Oh. I thought we were doing the regular, okay. We're people we said dead before. I don't think I don't think. So hurry this recording. God. Okay. That was okay. Either. So what's causing mostly for me? We do it again and have a more specific category. Oh. Has to be just like that. Movies like they have to be movie actors or movie titles? I guess we do movie title movie titles. Okay. All right. All right, go the little mermaid. For. Death in Venice. Can I ask just quickly does count? No. Okay. Okay. Okay. Hunt. And you're. Buck you enter the dryer. You gotta give me one. Well, if you get a certain words. Desert natty. Yeah. I wanna get. Yeah. Keep going. All right. So I said enter the dragon. All right, Natural Born Killers hunt. Someone to watch over me. Eternal sunshine of this. Mine hunt funds. Day of the dead. Dawn of the dead. Davies stood still. Lalita? After hours. Shits? Standard deliver in return of the killer tomatoes. Wow scandal. Last of the Mohicans hunt. Uh? Stargate hun. Movie. Eh movie seinfeld's next one. Movie movie. That everything to do. Movie about. He just would do anything any. Well, he. B-movie? I get the play on words. That's out of the way, and this up deaf isn't about anthropomorphic. Yes. Fucking find its nest. Well, was be movie about what was the plot of once that wasn't about an actor B movie. I was working DreamWorks at the time. And I I remember they had a read through of it. And they were like, oh my God. This is so funny. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. 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Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis (HR 3) We have good news! According to Dr. Anthony Fauci!

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis (HR 3) We have good news! According to Dr. Anthony Fauci!

"Wednesday morning everybody off to a fantastic start and guys. We got some some good news. This morning I know we rented a couple of times but the the news Dr Faucher saying that playing an empty stadiums is a possibility. That's the best news we've had in the sports world a really long time. It is. It really is but you could see where will start. You know starting to develop because it was different a couple months ago then obviously things as you get closer to the summer conversation. Start to happen. Everybody's starting to kind of get on the same page and speak the same language. But it's also good to hear from the experts has been saying for the longest travers. Dr MD PhD. In front of the certainly listen to him. I get it. I understand somebody a matter of fact. The Milwaukee School. I was walking yesterday and one of the neighbors. We you know across the street from each other stood and we're talking anywhere saying have been watching the news and things of that nature. I said I watch a little bit of it but I don't have time to listen to those people because everything that they saying is information that I heard about the time we get to them. They turned it into the more negative. What it is so it less. It's a doctor sitting up there explaining something to me goes in one ear out the other else. That's what makes this so exciting. And let's read the quote from FAO G. He said this on snapchat too Peter Handy. He said when asked about playing an empty stadiums quote. There's a way of doing that. Nobody comes to the stadium. Put the players in big hotels wherever you WANNA play. Keep them very well. Well surveilled have them tested every single week and make sure they don't wind up infecting each other or their family and just let them play the season out. Keita's this is Dr Foudy this base of this pandemic. This is the guy that we're all looking at saying. Hey or recall is not cool. Should we wear masks? Who not wear masks six feet? What are we talking about? The He is saying this is incredibly good news. Absolutely you know and point in Dhaka. Foul has been a saving grace in terms of competency and coherent information that you can take invite implementing your own household understanding what you can and can't do week by week by week. You know. The only thing is that there's a there's this should be cautioned in terms of recognizing that there isn't a one solution for all states because some years hurting more than others and so as he's talking about this keep in mind that may end up. Happening is a solution Arizona where it's concentrated in the area where there's not a lot of outbreak is going to be small and can be contained versus saying they're going to be gains held at Madison Square Garden. Soon because New York is just in the same place where Phoenix's by now Z. Journalists right you right and do all that conduct founded get a book out of this at the end of the day. Well absolutely absolutely. He could have written several books. This isn't his first Rodeo. This isn't as I ten DEMOC. It's pretty clear that he's more passionate about helping people and helping himself But who knows different age? I'm not saying to helping himself. Just ask the question. Can you get a book out of this because Oh yeah mason? And he's given is just so refreshing that I want to learn more about him who he is as an individual. You know his his story as a whole because again. This is his first Rodeo. This is not as first time being at a press conference in dealing with the situation and heading up protests are clearly understand that now but if you go back twenty years ago no. I didn't know that because I wasn't even. I mean what? This is the first time that this is hit at the level of this here. We've had other endemic that we dealt with but it was gone away very quickly and it didn't affect the United States at the level in which it faces now. As long as I was living. I'm not talking about the Spanish flu all back in those days. I'm talking about like since I've been alive. Yeah it's interesting to your point about maybe California's different than Texas and Florida's different than Arizona and New York Is Different Than Illinois. Those are all issues that have to be worked out. But the Quincy Travis. I think they will be worked out even know every day is is different. We Pan that there's no question about it and and when they're speaking I think they're speaking amongst every state not just the select few states that we may be concentrating on yet but I think what he's getting onto is the idea the idea that's been floated and the governor of Arizona said. Yeah we're okay with this is having everybody in one spot. Potentially that way all of the long as cheers own as an example if Arizona is okay. We're ready for this. We've we've are curves. Flattened were set up with testing where Senate with medical facilities for the people that need them. We can do this here. That even if New York is at setup for that you. Just PULL THE KNICKS OUT. You pull the nets out and bring the Phoenix. Then you could do something like that. Then the the the different municipalities. Don't it doesn't matter as much under this scenario and you and you know traveling says the curve flattens and we take continue to take the responsibility of staying indoors wearing our mask doing things to protect. Everybody you're going to have bids hospitals open up you're going to have you gotta have less. You're going to start to have less doctors or nurses people on board because you will need them so when things come up you'll be able to somebody that is severely affected by could go right to ICU and not have to sit in a hallway. Way Right forbid open up as long as we continue to keep doing our part so I'm not really I'm not really worried about all the other states and what because I think everything will happen altogether at one time. Hope so I always that I really doubt that that it also gonNA happen at the same time but when I say the same I'm not talking about turn the lights would save time. I'm talking about gradually F- coming together gradually whether it's whether all of a sudden it's Washington State does this Oregon does that down and moves to California Jumps Vegas then all of a sudden move the Texas okay. We're going to deal with the Minnesota Okay Florida's ready okay. We're going to go back over to Wyoming that that's what I say all the cancer within a certain time line. I don't think that there's and I'm not a doctor but I don't think there's going to be where there's thirty eight states that's taken care of and ready to go but it's GonNa take another five years to get the other one's going well the NFL. That's why the NFL put out the rules that they did the NFL. Put out some very clear rules saying look if in less all thirty. Two of our franchises are allowed back in their buildings. Nobody's going back into the building. This is why the NBA and the NHL. A major May Maybe Major League baseball can go to a spot just to just to take that. Variable off the table if it again. Let's user if Arizona says Yup. We're ready we can do this. Then everybody can come to Arizona and we could start doing these things that we're even if we're waiting for California New York and Florida come online. Exactly how you guys do Dr Foul. She is 'cause I'm shocked but I just looked up as H. I'll take a year sixty one fifty. He's GonNa he was born on Christmas Eve and he'll turn eighty they ask if he's writing a book. I wanted to be a book about how he looks. So damn good at eighty years here. Here's one for you. Good docs are good. Genes you gotTA GOTTA future in headline writing. Hey let's do our let's do our NBA coats right. Here are coolest of all time. We talked with John Ireland about it a minute ago and he mentioned magic key that that that probably might be all three of our answers but just so many other magic on that list man Jordan Man Stop Jordan. Magic is my guy and everything but MJ. What what year we are right now. Twenty twenty people still trying to be. Mgm Twenty Twenty. Do they play basketball? And twenty years people still trying to be. Mj To this day they steal trying to be object. Being from the NEF is wrong with your knee but you got a neat brace on in his fifth down so you can see the red part of it it to cut all my hair off to try to walk and Chew Gum and do an interview. I mean it's just I mean he's the amid I. I don't know I don't from the shot to the gist to just the coolness like MJ will walk in a room. Obviously I've had the pleasure of being around and hanging around noon and all those sorts of things member what time we was out in Atlanta it. Mike Walk then in turn to your turn to your is like everybody go. Oh Okay I see okay I M J I mean come all you just. Mj L. O. From everything everything on the court off the court hi moves just everyday to the point. Where data basically the last dance then turned in Mj. But it's really about the entire Chicago booth but it's really turning 'em check even though the documentary is coming out on. Espn on Sunday to series. And then as a another eight after that. We're promoting it about. Mj It is about MJ. Dance yeah the team is about. The construction is about all of that but is about him. Jay Z how? `Bout you Jay has the benefit of media. And that elevates his platform like no other but it was stricken talking straight cool. GimMe Dr J. Dog. Be Dr J. All day everyday doctor. J. Was the billy Dee Williams of sports slowdown cool. Not but duct Johnson J. Hammy thinking he actually went to school and got a doctor's degree grew up thinking he was a real I actually. I actually thought he was a doctor to doctor. Look at that guy like Jim. J. As cool for a lot of reasons but then you wash jeans and stuff you might try to look like that but this jeeze. He's still acid. Wash the twenty twenty for the day real cool but you are really trying to dress like him now but when you see Dr J. now Dr J. Louis at the coolest grandfather and a place for you. Would it be to have swagger leader? He does booth needle go. Go ahead no to say that I got one other guy all the things you're saying those e because I didn't even know who this guy was the first time I saw like who is that? What is he doing? Why is he on my TV basketball player? But it just popped Wolf Frazier Frazier and all the things that you're talking about Dr J. Like I didn't. I thought well frazier was one of the best players in the league just because he was on. Tv All the time he wasn't he was on TV. All the time is because he was. Walt Frazier walked around like Yo the universe. That guy had all of that stuff all of it. But there's something about it and we had this conversation yesterday. Text Exchange through the three of us. There's something about the athletes from the seventies that just like the seventies was just a cool cultural period. I WANNA say this. Go sites and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah fine. You can have that opinion you want to but coming out of the sixties where everybody was trying to be nasty and Harry Armpits and the Florida gets a seventies and it is about being cool and it's about swagger and sexiness and those athletes from air they embodies all of that and Dr J. Man for me because like I say. Mj was cool. He's a great player out tons of respect for him as a philanthropist and the whole nine but when I see them jeans and shoes with the long tow and then the square tower at the tip. You like going there is some of your Kunas was manufactured whereas Dr J. Kunas came from the heart and you've just noticed star is so key your Boy Kevin. Durant may have done it again. We'll explain next on the morning show at seven ten. Espn Happy Jackie. Robinson Day fellow today of course in one thousand nine hundred forty seven. The day that Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier an integrated major league baseball today. What had been the day if we had our baseball. I should say where every single player in the major leagues. Who'd be wearing number forty two which I think is endlessly awesome absolutely and we still do it so or they started gear when they start up. They're going to just have everybody on the day and everybody wears forty two well. That's what I'm advocating for. You know I wrote a piece meal times today and one of the things. I'm really stressing. Is that Jackie? Robinson Day is a sippy about honoring baseball player. It's about honoring what he did in his life. And how the impact of society before the military was Integrated Jackie Robinson Integrated Baseball before the military. And we were in the middle of a war and Jackie Robinson's presence in baseball. Help change that. And then I really liked what Dave Roberts told me when I spoke with him yesterday about it and he's going to join us at nine o'clock today. That wasn't just about race. Like Jackie Robinson gear was about gender equality about sexual orientation equality. Think ABOUT EVERY TIME. Someone does something new. We characterize the Master Jackie Robinson X. Y. and it all begins with him and his sacrifice they should When the season starts back the forty second day of play they should have everybody. Where Forty Two I. Yeah I mean you need to do it. You can't just say Oh. We missed April fifteenth. Therefore we're not GONNA do it. You need to do it. One of the things. That's always been remarkable to me too. I remember done newcombe talking about this over and over again had they picked the wrong person had picked somebody that wasn't able to navigate that as effectively. Jackie Robinson was who knows how long it would have taken before they tried again the that if if a couple of different things number one if he had reacted to some of the absolutely despicable things that he had heard the despicable treatment that he had experienced or if he had not played particularly well if his teammates had if you had gotten into with his teammates would've been I mean. I don't know how long before there were said all right. Let's go with player number two. He had to get it right in the pressure of no margin of error that you have to make this work. I can't imagine what that's like me. Pick me back a hundred years. That's what I'm saying they'd be like fighting. It'll all type issues go now but I'll probably know all seriousness. Who knows but yeah if they did if they didn't select the right person with the right mental makeup to be able to withstand some of the things that like you said was how he was treated just in general not even necessarily words people say things outlandishly all the time but just how you treat it in general just because you can only take so much and then when you gotta go back you gotTa go back and you gotta go back. Go back in. And you know the people you're all clubhouse is not one hundred percent aboard a whole a whole bunch of them and it's not like the the dodgers no look some of the guys were okay. But it's not like the dodgers were this bastion of tolerance. They just were told. This is how it's GonNa be some of them got on board. Some of them did not and he had to deal with that to not like he had this little bubble where his teammates were completely accepting of. He had to navigate his own locker room every day to well. That's the reason why it's important when you celebrate this day that you go to the Jackie Robinson Foundation website and read about his life before baseball because when you read about his life before baseball you get a better understanding why he was perfect person for baseball and this is someone who has already had his life threatened multiple times by police officers in the nineteen forties for stint for his rights. And so he had already dealt with threats real threatened including having an pull a gun out on him and he was court martialed so he with dealing with racism on so many different levels in which his life and his freedom. We're at risk all while being an officer in the military so by the time he got two major league baseball. I'm pretty sure you know any white knew that might slipped up and saying the N. Word from the stands. He had already been like man. Let's go on with that. Had A gun put out on me. I haven't done this. I'm been court-martial Bob. What are you GonNa do to me? You know. So he had that experience in that core? Inner firing him. That was way before baseball. I can't imagine what it had to have been like to to be the only guy you know what I mean like. I don't care where any of us have gone to work right. That whether it's a company or you go to school or you're on a sports team or whatever it is you're gonNA find one or two guys that are Kinda like you you're gonNA find a guy or to you know what this guy gets me. I get him and I'm I'm going to hang with this guy. This is going to be my guy whereas he gets put in a situation where it's not just his team. It's the entire league. There's not anybody that can identify and feel what he's feeling in that situation. The the the overwhelming sense of loneliness and isolation had to be unbelievable it it had to be but he was strong enough to withstand and get through it and he opened up so much more for all of us in our eyes and in society as a whole this thing is legendary carries forever in. This is why we sit here today. On Jackie Robinson Day saying what Major League Baseball needs to do when they restart this whole thing guys obviously just by the simple definition of being I there can never be another I is first and whatever comes after that is not I but is there. Is there something like this? That's left to be done in society. Sports where what is Guy? What is it what is it we we would one one. We still need a female coach of a big fourteen. We need to still see an openly gay player and one of the big sports and I don't mean like you know like someone who gets like comes out once they've been dragged talking about this. Is the dude coming out of college? And we're drafting this guy into a lottery pick and he's openly gay and his teammates and everyone else is just going to have to deal. But we'll have the same magnitude. I I think I hear what you're saying Travis. I don't know if that would have the same magnitude sales the because there have been openly gay players. There was never a black baseball player in the majors. So but there's been openly gay players playing in the big four sports that you know they've they've been there. They've played so it's a little bit different. I think that will be. That would be a loop not as significant heart. The country is in a different place in the conversation when it comes to raise. So that's the other part of it. You know this is pre Dr Martin Luther King Junior Abernathy America. So that impact of it and as I said Jackie Integrated Baseball for the military's integrated so talk countries that it's not going to have the same impact as far as you go just happy. I argue though that there are still. They're still somewhat of a barrier there because here we are in twenty twenty week at women running for president but we still can't get a head coach so there's something there and it can't be easy dismiss as you know we don't have anyone qualified. There's something real. I think in terms of like even even from the coaching standpoint so having a female coaching one of the big four the problem the problem with it is is their systems now. So it's kind of like they are already there like if they're getting closer if nothing new like Ardi their polls to if they came out of nowhere in it just made them the head coach then it would be like something totally with the fact that you allow them to coach us up right now. It's like it takes a little bit at a way for me the head coach of the USC Trojans Clay Helton is going to join us next. That's coming up in the morning show on seventeen. Espn today's horoscope brought to you by GEICO JAM and I. You may find yourself struggling with alertness today. That's because you stayed up last night celebrating the hundreds of dollars a year you could save by switching to GEICO. Your struggle will continue well into the afternoon during Philip Status Meeting in which you'll say no. I wasn't snoring. I have severe seasonal allergies. Your presentation was riveting. Well Played Gemini. Geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percents or more back here with head coach Clay Hill. Join US here on the morning show. What's up coach How we doing hope everybody staying healthy and safe. Yeah we we are definitely Definitely trying to do that with this downtime now no spring football no out of the building recruiting going on. What's keeping your time. Go into right now today when I tell you you you've got three children by. I have three children by birth that I have a hundred ten suns at at the honor to adopt to be able to make sure that they're healthy and say there's been priority number one and then you know to be able to make sure that they have you know the services that they need to continue as highly function student. Athlete has been the next priority you know for and it's taken our our whole organization To be able to do that to provide those thank God for the zoom product. That's out there right now That allows us to make Face to face contact with our players. And you know. We've used everything from our. Academic services continued their academic services tutorials Making sure that they're in class making sure that their finish this semester. The Right Way. We've had thirty surgeries since August. The first in our medical team is continuing not only do wellness checks but they're also making sure that from a rehab standpoint that our guys have their physical therapist at their deeded in their area. Or doing that Rehab Structure from home or strength and conditioning team. is consulting. Whether tea with our guys each and every week reaching out to them We've been able to supply bands and medicine balls jump ropes from home and putting them through shortcuts at at home and consulting there. Then thank goodness say did a great thing allowing us to have four hours a week To be able to continue to engage thereby Football mind to be able to have position meetings. Both often steepen Sibley special teams wise as well as team so it's really keeping them in a routine keeping them safe keeping them at home that continue to provide those services and so that's been our number one priority right now obviously you can continue the recruiting and things like that You know with with kids. Collagen and facetime And doing that and we happen but Or number one parties are health and safety of our of our team and keeping them in retaking coats without sunny. As if you're a complaint about the situation can you tell us what's aspect of being a head? Coach has been the most difficult for you not being able to be on campus. You know it's the amount of time that you need to spend per day And I've always thought the greatest gift you can give. Somebody is your time and being able to engage with our players making sure that each and every one of them you know when you talk about one hundred ten men that are scattered from the East Coast all the way to the west coast It takes a lot of time to be able to make sure that not only. Are we getting together groups? But you know I'm reaching out to those guys and one on one To be able to make sure that they're doing okay for the mental health standpoint. How they're holding piano the unknown for an eighteen to twenty one year old of the future. What's going on is a very stressful. An anxious time and to be able to provide them a little comfort You know be able to talk to them. One on one I think is it poured the also the engagement With our with our parents Has has been a lot of our time. Also opposition coaches are doing a great job of reach now tro carrots and seeing what questions what concerns. They have have to we help them. So you know it takes up a day light till dark To be able to do this to make sure that we all get through this together. You know that we all find us one and So that's probably the biggest thing is the amount of time it takes two to engage and take care of one hundred ten players. Ucla coach Clay Hilton joining us. Here on the morning show coach Elton. There was no spring practice that you were able to get done at the at its fullest. But you enter into the summer. Hopefully we will have a training camp in summer leading into college football as You keep preparing on September fifth to take on Alabama. How has this behalf? You've been preparing. Would not being in the office. Yeah you know for us. We were fortunate we. We invested a little bit of time for Spring Football with four weeks that we were actually. I had the opportunities to to be able to engage in meetings as well as walk through. We've unfortunately we're only allowed to get one practice in the model that that everybody is talking about in my meetings with Nj as well as the PAC twelve I think you're going to end up seeing Keno a minimum of eight week period Tat Or more that's going to allow a phase I phase to be able to get when it is safe For one hundred ten men to come back together. Whatever that time period is. I think you're going to see the opportunity to get our players back in functional football shape through strength and conditioning but also to be able to do some kind of format kind of Ota like format Very similar to the NFL where we can get our kids back and functional football shape Before we actually engage in training. Camp You know you know the pressures on the body that it takes you know from soft tissue join injuries and it allows you. Were looking for four plus week Basically ta meetings with walk-throughs To be able to get our kids back and functional football shape before we engage in a physical training camp as we know it. So you're probably looking at a minimum of eight week period plus To be able before you play that first game to be able to get your kids safely and shape and then do a train king head coach of the Trojans Clay Helton join us here on the sprint people's hotline clay. Obviously you're trying to get your kids in shape trying to get everybody. Make sure that they're safe and whatnot. But how's IT affected recruiting? How how are you able to connect with the high school kids that you have your eyes on and trying to make sure that that part of the business is still up and running? Yeah I feel sorry recruit center out there right now. 'cause you got a lot of coaches with a lot of time on their hands right now and so the engagement of being able to for those kids they are allowed to call in to you and and being able to be on those facetime calls and able to just to see how they're doing you know family wise health wise. How they're holding up as really built some really strong relationships. And it's an investment that you know we've made during this time is not only give our our current team that time but also the recruits that were visiting with and so it's built some really strong relationships. We put a lot of investment in. I think our staff is doing an amazing job building those relationships and I think it's GonNa pay dividends for a a really good coach. Elton last season coming off an eight and five season bringing in new recruits not necessarily having a fool spring practice. The first time you'll get an opportunity to put your hands on these guys hopefully be this summer. How some of the younger guy. How will you bring them along to try to help you? Guys out to make it a better season. Yeah we you know. We had a thirteen man clash This last time we did not have a lot of attrition if you remember we only had. Seven scholarships seniors On our football team so It was a thirteen man. Class for those individuals were midterm graduate. So they came with us in the spring. We at nine. Mandel will join us for what we call. Some Abridge with starts June fifteenth and the beauty of being able To what you're allowed to do once they sign the an ally is they already have been given our playbook. They've already been a loud to have access to our servers to be able to watch cut ups to be able to engage with our coaches so You had that availability to work the mind it's going to be the physical aspect When we get back to be honest with you I think a lot of folks are going through this. You know I think about. We have three new head coaches in the PAC twelve. You know and then you've got teams like herself that had a defensive coordinator that are that is coming on board. So that time period like I said between When we first get back having opportunity to get our kids in shape but also having those eighth. Ota Like format to be able to get some functional football but also ten stall systems and Being able to do the walk throughs be able to do some non contact things that allow us to Implement offense defense and special teams systems before we go to training. Camp is going to be important part of this coach. How did you deal with last season in terms of the criticism calls for your wiry saying they weren't doing what you needed to do? How did you manage all that? Well I've always said this to be able to be in a place like USC that has the highest standards. They you know. The highest standards in the highest expectation. That's what you want as a coach and that's what you dream about being in and when you're talking about a place like USC those upper level tier jobs where a lot of places they went. Eight Games are celebrating at our place. That's not our standards. Our Standard is championships. And I love that status thing. You know that's what I wanted. My entire career is to be in one of those places in that seat. And when you're talking about a leap level College football or NFL. everybody's on the hot CD to every year that because the expectations are so grant. And you're judged and evaluated based on what you've done you know and you know if you win ballgames to win ballgames you get a pat on the butt and if you don't win enough games those expectations you're going to get criticized and that's nature of the game and I'd never held any ill will About it and you know people's job especially the media's job is to give opinion that's why everybody that's why you pay you know our job as coaches to win games and and the fans bring the passion and that's what makes the grain game so great is to have the ability to criticize or to My job is to go win. More Games you know when that's What we're worked at each and every two you know you're in studio before the season and had opportunities talk a little bit with one of your your sons and he's talked about how difficult as a child hearing people say bad things about his. Dad What do you do to try to seal your kids from hearing the criticism? I can understand you be manned up and able to handle that. What about your family? Well you know it's part of what we've been doing. Been Fortunate because my dad was an nfl in college coach for forty eight years. So I grew up in the profession And then I've been doing it for twenty six years thank goodness that my wife's fifteen in high school. We were high school sweethearts. So we showed up at two together. And you know the one the one thing that I tell not only my my three children but my adopted son sold our football team. Is You know in this in this sport As in all sports you know people are going to have opinions and not all of them are good but make sure that you all make sure that you always believe in yourself. Believe in what you're doing Understand that we all have roles unless just concentrating focus on our job. Our will because I if you if you take too much time listening to everybody else polices. That are coming in. You're not doing your job. You know. And and obviously you know it's probably hardest on your families You know when you're a coach and you've been doing the twenty six years you get pretty picks kids you know but but our kids understand this one of the reasons as players. They came Tomasa Angeles. It's the second largest media market in the country said number one media market for college football. You know so It's something that we all came to be hits in the practice lights and that spotlight and when you're doing good band spotlight feels really good. And if you're not meeting the standard expectations It'll put pressure on you and being able to handle that pressure as part of the job head coach at USC Trojans Clay Helton joining us on the sprint people's hotline coach. Thanks for coming on really appreciate it. Stay safe no no problems you got. We'll come back. We'll talk about what we hurt. We'll hear some of that. Plus Katie is being all over the place that is coming up next on the morning. Show on seven ten. Espn SOAKING WE UNITE Z. We've been talking about this really. Since the beginning of last college football season see right at the gate has got Alabama. That was before we knew that was going to be a lot before we got into where we are right. Now which is teams are practicing differently if they're practicing and there's going to be a truncated version of training camp all of a sudden. You gotTA deal with Alabama right out of the chute after this. I mean okay. Good luck. Yeah Alabama's GonNa have a pretty good pretty good football team coming back. They've got a couple of number one. Why receivers quarterback that had a little experience last year with two or going down and got nausea hairs coming back on offense. They've got the defensive tackles. They got the secondary I mean they they. They're still loaded so it's going to be interesting to see what. Sc Rolls Out Against Alabama on September Fifth. Assuming that that is the date that they wanted to playing in Arlington Jerry's world or whatever difficulties that se clay Helton. Having trying to keep everyone in tackling this period. You know things happen to the other schools as well and I'm a little hopeful because I know that one thing we have over. Sc or over Alabama. Right now is that. We haven't established quarterback play. And that gives you a little bit. You know that got to give you a little bit of an age. No well it but they. They've got they've got a couple deals at quarterback spot. They have the Jones keys they have tools brother and then they got the incoming freshmen for modern day. Young going to Alabama. That was there in the spring. So you know. The quarterback spot is a young spot for them but they got so much talent all around plus they gotta do on the other side line. That's called Nick Saban. He's GonNa guys ready. And when you look at that you give Alabama d eds just because Nick Sabin alone. Look guys there. There's there's another element to this to that I think is important in this. Goes back to what we talked about all last year? And this goes back to what I said. Gosh I don't know a hundred times. What do you want to get accomplished because it seems to me? Tell me if I'm wrong. It seems to me the. Usc is looking for reasons to keep people as opposed to looking for reasons to make change and this situation that we're all in is a really good reason to say let's say that it goes exactly how we thought it was going to go. Alabama forty two. Usc Ten okay and what one of those sorts of situations you know you guys know what I'm GonNa say. They didn't have camp in the pandemic in Corona virus. And you can't really expect him to be ready to go. We can't judge Clay Helton on this. There's some extenuating circumstances this is just a whole nother layer of. Let's roll it again. I don't know if you see the thing is I don't know if you can use that. I don't know if you can use that as an excuse to sheet right because everybody's GonNa start at the same time. You did have spring practice but nobody else has spring practice. Either for the most part and so it would be hard pressed to say that you can now benefits and have built in excuse because of what we're dealing with today because assuming that you get back to practice in the summer you get ready for the game in the summertime you'll get ready for the game in the spring you evaluate talent that you go put on the field in the fall. In the springtime and travelers. The one good thing out of having a layer continuity is that at least for this time period. At least you don't have to worry about a brand new coast being dropped on campus and this happens right like that seems to be a situation that would have been a lot more. Haphazard to have had a brand new coaching staff. And you can't be on campus with you guys so at least with the continuity with Clay Helton. I think that just gives us an advantage and as I say with the QB POSITION. At least we have a guy who's played who knows what's expected of him. Who's familiar with with what it means to be acute? Se He doesn't have to manage stat in addition to not being on Campus Alabama. Yet though I agree with all of that but isn't there a whole nother question. I mean who is is going to be keeping slowest who played pretty well at times. Last year is going to be Daniels. Who had the job to begin with and got a knee injury and got shut down? I mean not only. Do you have to figure out what you're going to have to figure out what your quarterbacks are. GonNa play and you talk about a wild card. I don't even know who my order back is in the thing is once you new system is in place on. Defense. The same offense to be run back again. But you're GONNA have a quarterback controversy in in the summer unless you shut it down right now. Let's say cleaton slowness as our quarterback moving forward in JT Daniels certainly avaiable backup unless you flip it. It says J. Lose his starting position by injury. Cleveland's Corey Varsovie. Our back up. I mean you otherwise. You're going to have the controversy about the quarterback last time. You had a quarterback controversy. You rolled out the wrong guy got rolled. Yep Yep and you you. You SACRIFICED. Who knows what by having Sam Darnold sit around for a few games you just. You just don't know how it's GONNA play out. Kevin Durant is doing what he does. And Dave Roberts is going to join US coming up next on the morning show on seven ten ESPN.

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6-22-20 Crime surges as anarchy continues on streets.

The Mark Belling Show

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6-22-20 Crime surges as anarchy continues on streets.

"Good afternoon Milwaukee. This is the mark belling late after the show all. Talk Eleven thirty W I S. Over the weekend in Chicago. One hundred four people were shot. Fourteen dead! The good news is that's a rather low mortality road for gunshots I mean. They're all bad shots if they're all using. BB guns or whatever but one hundred four people were shot. The fourteen dead is a staggering number even for a city, the size of Chicago one hundred think about number one hundred four people. This country freaks out when three people get the corona virus. which virtually nobody dies from under the age of seventy, one hundred four people were shot fourteen fatally Chicago over the weekend and. A number of other large cities, generally the ones that have very high crime rates also reported really really really bad weekends. That statistic I gave you. That's a problem. That is a profound problem. What hundred four shot fourteen fatally. Yet you fide an activist anywhere at America who gives a crap. In order to save my job, which is becoming harder and harder to do if you've noticed? The number of people getting fired for putting the wrong word of the wrong place right now is just incredible. I DIDN'T WANNA? Use The word crap. I wanted to use a different word as you could imagine. Seriously find activists in this country. Who Cares about this? One hundred four shot fourteen fatally. Chicago alone. That's a bad week even by Chicago standards, but it's not totally beyond the norm of Chicago weekends especially in the Subir. They have murders in that city like crazy. One hundred four shot fourteen fatally. Just in Chicago. We have some bad weekends in Milwaukee as well. In Milwaukee, if somebody shot and they don't die. If it happens to the city, it often doesn't even make the newspaper newspaper. Hardly anything makes the newspaper anymore. There's nothing left in the newspaper. Even the online version less fatal shooting often barely makes it if at all. And many killings blips. In Chicago the only way these murders make the news. They're part of accumulative rundown. In other words, there are so many of them that you have to report all of the one hundred four shot fourteen fatally. This is an extreme problem. Yet you can't find activists on the left. Right middle up or down. Who Cares? and. There's nobody doing anything about it. Instead! The national push is to defend the police. Do you understand how asset I says. Clearly, there's a disconnect. Between the things that people are agitating about. The things. The media's reporting on. And things that are actually happening. There's an explanation for everything including this. We live in a world in which things could be explained. Including this? Of all of the causes of death that we have in American. Society death at the hands of police officer is way way way way down on the list. Their auto immune diseases that create that have more fatalities than death at the hands police officer. Wrongful death at the hands of the police officer is a fraction of those of death at the hands of a police officer. Dat. Murder. At the hands of a non police officer, that's a much higher number now that one moves up the totem pole on the cause of death list. And if you're an African American male under the age of forty, who lives in a big city. Death at the hands of a non police officer is. For the top of the list. Of Cause the death. Yet right now, the only type of death that we seem to be concerned about is death at the hands of police officer so much so that we decided to deal with tried to have fewer guests at the heads of a police officer by having fewer police officers. No logic tabby if that was the solution to that particular problem. We would also conclude. That the way to produce. Death at the hands of non police officers, but death at the hands of criminals have fewer criminals. But that's just me tried to extend the logic here. Are you ought to have fewer people shot killed by cops fewer cops. How about having fewer criminals? How `bout we know somebody's criminal act of up for a longer period of time, so they can't be. What are the people that chat for one hundred four people in Chicago just this weekend? Story looking at his. Chicago Sun Times. I don't know what they start the weekend. Know if they started on Thursday or Friday morning. What it starts hybrid and four. Shot. I want to let this. Kid Nothing by the way, think again. Right out of this country nothing. The reason nothing is taking. It is because things are happening too fast. Tucker Carlson went under the epic rant at his program Friday night, blasting the Republicans for not standing up. To the witch hunting, going on in America which people are losing their rights like crazy and people are having their careers destroyed being fired, simply for phrasing, a word wrongly or saying something that somebody doesn't like statues are being torn down. Of Heroes at nobody stands up and objects add. What are the reasons I think? Tucker goes a little bit too far here is there's a sense on the part of almost everyone of being overwhelmed. By the things that are happening right and left. You don't have time to objected this thing over here because something's happening over there, but in the meantime nobody objects to an actual problem one hundred four shot fourteen fatally Justin Chicago. Just what weekend? de-fund fund the police. As crime explodes out of Control. de-fund the police because we're mortified at the number of police shootings. Of Innocent? American individuals even though. There are very few cases that we have of that. I didn't say not. And I didn't say that the George Floyd shooting wasn't ride. And they didn't say that. The Atlanta shooting does it appear Ri-. What I did say as just came up with two for the entire month. Here tire past month. I should say floyd was in May. And our four Kane data one hundred and four shot Justice Chicago just this past weekend. If I'm diagnosed with lung cancer and I have a hangnail I'm not going to worry about the hangnail, which is not to say that a hangnail can't be important, which is not to say that we should not address wrongful police shootings. Idiots to say that it isn't the largest problem that we face. So as I said, there's an explanation for everything. Let's start with this. The problem of Violent crime in urban America, particularly in minority communities is not new. Interestingly. It often seems to go up and down. On the basis of how many police are in those communities? The more that are less violence there is. You track. The remarkable declined in murderer New York City. Between Nineteen seventy-five and say twenty fifteen at attracts almost directly with the increase. In police presence in New York City. There are demographic explanations as well. The more more people you have at a younger demographic, the likely other is to be violent crime, because this is who commits a significant portion of it, but still this is not a new problem. Police shooting innocent suspect is also not a new problem both had been around for a long time. The problem of non police shootings. Of innocent people as I say in terms of numbers pales in comparison to the number of shootings and murders by criminals. But both problems have been around for a long time yet. All of a sudden. In twenty twenty. We have decided to treat as a major American crisis at a jumping point jumping off point. For, demanding that we tear down statues of Teddy, Roosevelt by the way, you may not have heard that would teddy Roosevelt. Teddy Roosevelt. I swear this is you're a sculptor? These are bad times, so you've got. You've got a sculpture of anybody. It's likely to come down. I finally be able to get rid of that stupid orange thing at the end of Wisconsin Avenue just for letter. What claim that it owned a slave at some point? Somebody by believe in saw it out so I doubt. Pulses. He doesn't even think they don't know. What's my point. Hey statue there. This must must've owned a slave. That's here. That's why they put up statues those days. If you are the more slaves, you had the statues they gave you anyway. That shooting. Shooting by police of. Innocent suspects. has become the launching off point for all of these other things including ripping down statues all over the place. But the reaction to. Shootings of individuals by criminals. In urban centres all over America has been no reaction. Yet as I say by Eddie definition, the one is a far greater problem than the other. Let's imagine you're in the sixth grade. You remember who your sixth. Grade teacher was. Yes or no. Recent. Yes, they do that. Why did you take ten seconds to say yes, why? Miss Roach. She hated you. I I. I don't play that. Miss Roach in. What an unfortunate name for a teacher! Think of the names that the kids! I'm thinking of you know there's always people who end up marrying people with the wrong name, and you just shouldn't do it because of what it turns your name into a really bad one. I can think for her, but I can't say what it is because you can't say that. Miss Roach Well you were probably a little. Miss Roach was delivery claims. She's probably listening right now. Wanting to call in and say you wouldn't believe what a little slimy watch. You knew that she was Paul claimed. She's well I shouldn't say that. How do you know that? You. What because she's a teacher? You know that she's a lefty for. Like I say that's. It's not always right, but it's very good indicator. That teacher. A lefty say yes. You're going to be right most of the time. You will not be right all of the time Eddie. Sixth grade is a great in which. What's the big grade? You would think for like being. Sex Fifty six I thought six I thought sex. Let's acid. To comment? I don't know what bullies do these days. I Made I'd bullies these days. Bad things about you. When social media I mean when I was a kid. Just people hit each other and stuff I'd be. So I'm going to go back to the what I was a kid rather than the contemporary version of bullying. Suppose you had a kid. The sixth grade every day. Belted you on the way to school. The Kids Happened a lot happened to lock to older children. You know the the oldest child in the family because they don't have a big brother or big. beat up the littler kid. Longstanding issue in America. Get. Let's imagine rather than prolonging this analogy forever. Kill Your shoves every day because he could. Every school had two or three or four kids like that. Maybe you were one of those. Maybe that's why miss didn't like you you a bully. Now, let's imagine. One day a different kid you. Doesn't slug. It shoved him. The reaction that we are having in society is you go call it. Contact your parents, and they make a big stink demand that that kid who gets shoe shoved you one time. GETS EXPELLED FOR SCHOOL? Do anything at all about the bully. That's been hitting you every single day. In other words you did deal with a problem I'm not denying that I am not denying. That wrongful shooting by police can occur. What I am saying! Is that on the overall? Scale of problems that face America and particularly the overall scale of problems that affect Black America. The. Reaction we have had is been preposterously disproportionate and comes as our entire society, and as I say left dot. Just blaming liberals left right center up down media, non media ignores the chronic actual problems. Particularly those that exist. In Black America I'm tempted to say urban America bought. It's too much of a generalization. The problems in Latino America. Are Not always exactly the same as the problems in black America. But this problem in particular. Of Murder. Is Staggering in the black community in the United States. I. Don't have the exact number, so don't fact. Check the and say that I'm wrong, but I know that I'm in the rage. Roughly, four and five I think the numbers a little bit higher, but again I could be wrong, but roughly four and five. Again generally speaking over the last number of years. Of Murders of African Americans have been by other African Americans. Now obviously of these crimes are criminals killing other criminals. Are fueled by the drug prayed. Drug ripoffs et CETERA. Drug territory, and so on still by any standard. This is at an enormous problem with Hubbard. Four people. Get a shot at Chicago, even a city as big as Chicago. Just at one weekend and Fourteenth di- is an enormous problem. As, I say it's not one. That's caused a blip of a reaction on societies radar nothing. There may as well have been. People shot, and no murders Chicago over the weekend for all the reaction that this is going to get for all. Anything's going to do about it. Anybody's going to do about it. Yet, George Floyd in Minneapolis. And I'm sorry I. Don't remember the man's name in Atlanta. Two cases in a bud. One unless they're just some things about George. Floyd's case that we have not seen complete appears to be completely indefensible. The Atlanta case appears to be hard to defend. Although certainly more. Mitigating circumstances than George Floyd, but both clearly appear to beat non-justified shootings. and. They have produced a societal reaction in which. We're destroying our culture. Wiping out our history. Carrying out statues. Of Sates. A tear down a statue of Saint in California Saint. Paul said early, does it if he doesn't think they even know why, they just think that it's a statue to statue, white man must have put it up. White Band put it up. That had to be because he was a slave owner. While putting up statues at that appears to be the entirety of the logic that goes out of here. As I said. There's a reason for everything including this. Now, what are the reasons that I keep bending over backwards to include in this commentary? My acknowledgement that police shootings of innocent civilians is a problem. Is there are always people who are right now laying to try to distort your comments so that nobody could offer a point of view other than the one of. We have to do all of these things in society because racism is the result of is the cause of police shooting all these civilians that we have to address it now. If you go back to the George. Floyd shooting There was a significant lag. Between flights, white, being killed the video of it, emerging at anybody seeming to care. It was two to three days before the Radovan demonstrations in Minneapolis. Where at occurred. If people were so horrified. Why didn't they demonstrate? And then it was days after Minneapolis that all of a sudden it was. The Friday and Saturday of that week that you started to see the demonstration which turned into riots and violence all over the United States again, a significantly delayed reaction. That means. This was not spontaneous. After the Rodney King. Beating in Los Angeles. nonfatal. The riots in Los. Angeles occurred almost immediately. After the verdict in the trial. At after they particular verdict, there was I think a spontaneity and an anger at an outrage, justified or not over that. The fact that. The shootings have floyd shooting at Atlanta resulted in all of these other causes coming out of it defined the police. Tear down statues. Chain school curriculums. For All of that to happen so quickly, somebody things that seemed to be only tangentially related. People were planning to make a move to break up these issues. They just needed a spark to us as their excuse to break it up and I'm not suggesting. But. All of the people who actually demonstrated were insincere. But there was a weird coordination some of these things and very weird coalitions when you see bigalow. Very disorganized, there's probably as many different reasons to be in Bogalusa as there are members of Buffalo members of bigalow. A white at artistic pro gun organization. With. Fair about of lakes among some of their members to. The premises. Marching with African Americans. Calling for defunding of the police. That's a very motley coalition that you have a god their. The threat that they all seem to have in common was anarchy. We know that there are some extremely well funded. It is you know have this theory? I've thought out anytime that we don't have a spectrum in America. We have a circle. If you go far enough to the left, and you go far enough to the right, you bump into one another. At, were you bump into one another and the extreme far left in the extreme right is anarchy. There advocates on the firefight left anarchist on the firefighter. Right in the radiology tend to come together, and that's how you could below marching with. People protesting against. Violence against black by police, calling for defunding of the police anyway, many of these organizations on both the far right sometimes called alt-right when I say all right I. Don't mean the media's fire. Right I mean the fire Wacko right. Out there in clans out there and Nazi Ville. Out there and White Supremacist Phil. And there are also on the firefighter left. Many of them have the fingerprints of George Soros. These organizations have a lot of money and have a lot of operatives. It's how you could have people who live very good lifestyle, suddenly coordinating and putting on demonstrations all over the place. At very very sophisticated in the way that they do it. Again I'm not saying that. Most of the people marching and driving and cars were part of this. They went along for the ride, but these rides were organized. There was not spontaneous rage in America over George Floyd. There may have been anchor. But. The rate showed up on the streets days later, and resulted after several days of like looking for a slogan suddenly these very specific demands as I say all of which seemed very congential. But just in general a tangent. To the actual issue, police shootings. What for example. Do Statues in cities have to do with police brutality. What does the confederate flag have to do with police? I'm I'm not saying there is a connection. I'm saying it's quite off at a tangent. Even the defunding the police. I'm in favor of cutting funding for public schools. But even I can't claim. That if one teacher's caught molesting a child that that becomes the argument for defunding schools at a school district twenty six eighths away. If we are serious about dealing with the problems that ails we're getting, all these lectures people what we have to get serious about fixing these problems. Be Serious about fixing problems serious fixing these problems then. Let's show some actual evidence that we are even aware of the problems. Very, few would argue that there isn't an issue with regard. To the way police, some police sometimes treat some. Members of it already communities, or for that matter members of Eddie community. But as I, say you have. All across America in black communities, and especially in crime infested. Places like Chicago Fourteen people dying just one week at at one, hundred, four, being shot. That's a crisis. Look at the lay of the Land Urban America. None of the kids have gone to school since March. We. Don't know if they'll go back to school in the fall. Where they were going to school, they were falling far behind kids in. Predominantly white communities. The crime rate is terrible. We just marked father's day over the weekend. The fatherless fatherless ness right in Iraq is very bad right now, but especially terrible in the African American community. Those are just the starters of the problems that plagued Black Erica. I think almost all of us would be willing to make sacrifices attitudinal changes to address those problems if anybody was addressing those problems, but as I say nobody is. The people that are so mortified at horrified at the behavior of police. Are unbothered by be atrocious performance of the public schools that serve the same black communities. Whatever your problems are, and let's imagine you're someone who believed that the police just do a terrible job in minority communities. That the police in the city of Detroit, the police in the inner city of Washington. D. C. The police, said the inner city of. Place in the inner city of Chicago police in the city, I've been lucky. Let's say you're one of those who believe are terrible job. You sick. You certainly can't argue that. The schools at each of those communities don't do a job. That's at least as terrible. The reaction. What often gets when making that point? Is. You can't blame it on the schools. These kids come from very very dysfunctional families very poor. Learning environment learning gets unstressed at home very hard for the kids to study. Their homes are as we said dysfunctional etc. The arguments that you hear from defenders of urban public schools. But. You could say all of that with regard to the problems of crime. The police have to deal with. There are people at our society who have. A belief and anarchy. The biggest light of defense against anarchists is those who enforce the law. So if you believe in ad, arche you need to have as few people as possible to enforce the law. And they jumped on the situation with regard to these police shootings. The shove that. Is. There are people who hate America despite living in America. They hate this country. They hit our history. They hit our heritage. The greatest evidence of our history and heritage is statues. The history we teach. Our popular culture are symbols and so odd. Since. They hate our country. They WANNA. Get rid of all of those things because they think our country is horrible. Take down the statues, but shouldn't be. Our heritage were an awful place. Change the history. You're somehow making this. Appear to be a positive history. This is a rotten country. We have to tell the story the etcetera etcetera etcetera again they take these police shootings as an excuse to jump on this as I said almost entirely separate agenda. There are people who have had agendas here. Getting rid of the police because they're. Crashing America because they hate America. and. They have managed to create popular support. For these attacks of the police for these attacks are the heritage of our country and so odd. By somehow, and it's such incredible leap of logic, and they haven't even attempted to make logical. To claim that if you don't support defunding the police. And you! Don't support carried out all these statues and you don't support. Changing our history and you don't support. Trash, Jacob Barack away. That means you're a racist who believes in office shooting, innocent black people. They have managed the sub. How connected? And they've done this. With almost no one even trying to argue with them. No one trying to present the other side. No one trying to say our police. Well as an institution not perfect. Do it incredible job and urban of ACA? Just as no one wants to make the case that our nation's history while imperfect. Is the history of the greatest nation in the history of the world. You are hard pressed to find a problem at a nation. That has tried as hard as ours has to correct the injustices that we have. But as I say no one wants to make those arguments because people who are very well organized and had the ear of the media. Have managed to somehow connect. America's a terrible place. Therefore, we have two trash its history and appeared on all of statutes, and so on and. America's police are the entirety of the problem in urban America therefore we have to get rid of the police. All in response to to police shootings. And anyone who dares to offer the other point of view is immediately. Just give her the blanket allegation while you're a racist otherwise. Why would you be taking that point of view, so no one wants to make it. You have I think on the right right now. A combination of people being under siege with somebody shots coming in from so many directions that they end up paralyzed. The Cat respond the EPA them. and. Be The terror that if they do respond. They become a target themselves and their life is road. Let me. Give you an example. Examples are the best way to make points as you know. I, said this at the time. The reaction to the drew brees statement. This is fitting in exactly the what's going on here? Drew brees said something that was not in the sped offensive. Tens of millions of Americans agree with it. Yet. He was pummeled so hard almost instantaneously. And as he was being pummeled. He realized that there was no-one defending him. Know what? No what in the media? Nowadays Commissioner Dot steamboat or not his teammates. Nods Union. Know what. Using the analogy of the bullies. Back like you were a kid. The thing that stop bullies was just find a bigger kid to beat him up, or the bully could get in trouble from the authorities imagine if. The people around the school. Just let the bullies beat up the other kids. The bullies. Just keep beating up other kids, so there's better bullying going on. If anyone who has a dissenting point of view even though. Those dissenting points of view are often not people who are saying I. Defend Police. Officers shoot innocent African Americans no one to buy college. Credibly say that. They are questioning how we take that. In, somehow demand tear down the statue, a statue of Teddy Roosevelt. You make up the Taylor you can't make up the name of anybody who statue is being targeted for being tour doubt. I if vote tomorrow, they were out a statue of Martin Luther King. Would you actually be shocked? No, you can't well. He didn't fight. Who knows what the excuse would be? If. The person is identified with America. They want to tear it down. And a nation of three hundred million Americans. Most of whom? Until a few weeks ago used to think that our country's a pretty cool place. Stead utterly silent at allow it to happen. The political class nothing other than Donald Trump. seriously. Other the Donald Trump find any politician who's standing objecting this? No Tucker Carlson's point is. We Don. T Republicans for much other than to kind of Stop Democrats. We have very low expectation for most Republicans. We just want them to at times like this when people are being fired for putting a word of the wrong place. When people are having their character assassinated, like drew brees, saying you should stand for the AD. When people are getting fired from regular old jobs that I have some stories to share here. You'd like to think that. Maybe then some Republican would raise their voice on behalf of majority would agree with them, but we can't get them to do that. As I say I think part of back Back Carlsson's comments. I don't fully agree with because there. Is this sense right now of being overwhelmed add? Any Republican who does dare descent. Becomes an enormous target themselves. and has no one to defend them. It's still true. Were this argument about. Is Racism acceptable. I don't hear anyone arguing. We should be racist, or if this argument about should police be able to kill innocent civilians. I hear. Nobody say that that would be one thing. This is a country that's two hundred and fifty years old nearly. And through almost all of those two hundred and fifty nearly years. We have defended our common heritage and it just a few months. Eight is under siege at attack. To believe that everybody at America suddenly changed their mind and decided that this is at awfully rotten place. In many believe the presidential election will be a referendum on that. If trump wins, it's an indication that majority of Americans love their country of Biden Winston indication. The majority of Americans hate their country and WANNA turn it over to the radical Sylvian charge one week after the election. Biden Crooks resides. Some believe that it will come down to that. Maybe that's it, maybe it. Some actually think that it's dangerous for trump to try to make it a referendum in that regard that you have so much self loathing of America going on right now off the argument is is country a rotten place that we have to change? Everything abounded that the people who say yes would actually win. Don't know we don't even know how bad it is, but that's part of where I WANNA go with this move forward. What, if I keep telling you the last few days? Do I keep telling you. Oh, now what do I keep telling you to the point that it's like the way I say it every other word, just because you don't see something or hear. Something doesn't mean that it doesn't happen isn't happening then it. Does it exist just because you don't see? Something doesn't mean it doesn't exist just because you don't hear anybody objecting to the witch hunting going on just because you don't hear anybody defending our nation doesn't mean that everybody has turned against their country. What it does mean is the cat has all of their tongues? That anyway. Says Cat at your tug be? No kidding doesn't seem talk about not. It doesn't seem to make any sense. All my years of seeing cats I. Don't think I've ever seen what grab anybody's hug. Have you. What I well why a cat and why the tug? You've ever seen a cat. Grab somebody's tug, no avenue either. It's three four five at news. Talk Eleven thirty wins said. It's time for Revenue Traffic Forty three ninety four northbound at Oklahoma crash blocks the left lane backups now stretching back to Oklahoma avenue in fact almost stretching back to the plainfield curve now to get from Layton to downtown thirteen minutes, and it's worse on the southbound side with everybody looking over the median wallet, all that activity will find the delays coming from the High Rise Bridge. Down Oklahoma one minutes. The gatekeepers are taking more time to the people actually wending through the actual incident. This is true. This is what job why it's claiming CI. Pay attention to John. Wyatt Fall even what the hell you're talking about. Were you paying any attention? No by asked Paul where. This, he would have no idea so he's not driving right now so I, don't think. Would you say Paul? You're looking at a computer because you have to do more than one thing at once not well, but I can do it. That whole multitasking remember we've talked about this. A psychological study that I I read a the show like twenty years ago and I. Quote it every now, and then it claims a human brain cannot think about more than one thing at a time, but we can flick back and forth a zillion times, even in the course of a second, but we can only hold. There can only be one actual thought at a time, but we can whip saw back and forth instantaneously. That's at least the theory of at least one neurological expert or From Las Paul. How do you sing and play the guitar? Say I always think the hardest thing is when you're a drummer. How do you keep beat to two different rhythms at the same time? I don't how do you do that? How do you do that? How do I just? It's the old thing about what you try to get somebody to rub their stomach and pat their head at the same time. Many people can't do it. Including me, I ended up like padding may just hard do. John Wyatt's wondering why he can't get finishes traffic, but you're getting a lot of attention here for this thing that I actually remembered. He's going on and forty-three ninety-four between Oklahoma and the plainfield curve at it's on the northbound side of the freeway. See I unlike Paul pay attention. Where were you got any other traffic to share no MATT's up from the Lynch. You told me a few weeks ago. That you've got something that tracks volume on the traffic and crutches going up a few percent every week ever since the heart of the lockdown. You still follow that or not yes, yeah, what I've noticed is day. Traffic seems to be almost what it's always been in the past there is it if you hire you say but yeah I. Guess That's what I noticed, but the rush hour's. There's just no, there's because nobody's. Sony working so they all. Working but so many people aren't going downtown. You know people aren't going to those offices so that Dr, Paul Empty Yeah that drives so much of what the commute is and without without that. And a lot of other places, obviously where people aren't going into into work then. Yeah, we just don't have regular kind of times of the day because they're still doing things just. Because they're not at work. They're driving it. Yes, we don't. We don't have like a regimented time. When people are driving the way a commute normally does it's everybody just doing errands and shopping, and all that good. Still overall driving's probably doubt it just. Yes, because there's fewer things to I, know mine is just because there's way less for me to do other than go back and forth to work I mean. I would be doing. Other things were the ready of those things where there any of those things to do? There just aren't that many there aren't there. Aren't that many things to do I if you're not into automobile racing? Well actually. What else could you go to? Tie Racing's pretty much resumed at some of the local tracks Yup like Nascar and the others are running with either limited fans. There's limited telling. Five thousand people in in a place that hold one, hundred, seventy, thousand, five, thousand more that get to. Go see Major League baseball so. There's that trump had six thousand people rallied a place of one thousand nine hundred did. What do you think the explanation for that was? Do you think that that was the lefties hijacking by doing all the reservations or it was people that were freaked out by the protests that did wanna come, or what do you think? Yeah? My guess is a little of both. I'm guessing a lot of it though was. They just didn't want to get caught up in something that they didn't want to have a massive overflow crowd outside in those people who couldn't. Couldn't get tickets so that tell ya I did not know, but they didn't have tickets, so they didn't get admitted because they wanted to have control that they had they as there were. A million people are requested tickets, but only six thousand who actually showed up and the trump people don't want to admit this because it implies somebody got the better of him, but I think that lefty hackers just went out and request that all the tickets. That's what happened did. I'm sure that's a big chunk of Paul said OAC orchestrated well I. See didn't organize anything unless I have is now. A Oh see. And even that. The she's. Initials at least actually let's just screw that. Let's just say it wrong. Let's just say just. They drive her crazy. Always you could call it a Seattle caller. Id. What do you want to call her? Be Nothing. I can put on the radio. Yeah PREFER DOOR TULSA rally this. She said she's the only one over there. That has any charisma dot botch, but she has a little charisma, but that was. He was going to give her. You should have gone to rally Paul Thirteen thousand empty seats. That's normal. Nothing will be crowded any more apparent. At least they okay. Well, that's it. Automobile racing was trump. What else can you go to? Bars. But I mean yeah I mean of like an event. Like, no concerts that I'm you know no concert old concerts I. Don't think there's any gerbils even during to go to. It's not that they're just not coming to Milwaukee. They're just. Nobody's out there. Yeah, but I mean no not an organized thing. I've either squared some cody. Fares are still on, but none have been held yet. They're all the ones. They're all still scheduled for the future. I don't I'm not I had not heard of any of the local churches having a festival so far this. The as I. Say, there's just. Other than at restaurants, some of which are still closed, but other the, but those things said those aren't event, said. I know you're talking a future though I. Mean I need something that's happened so far. The things that are in the future, we don't off the call them off. several county fairs have voted now to to hold their events including some big leads pack as a big one just off the facts value little bit to the north west of the Fox valley. That's on this a few a few others that are on for certain, but they haven't happened yet, but of actual things to go to. Slinger at a few of the other car tracks in Wisconsin are open. The that's it. There was Gulf over the weekend. Did they let anybody show up for that? No, no! Gulf. Why can't they limit that? Thousand. That's. A few hundred a whole right, I was thinking the same thing. Why can't they have? If auto racing can have? Nearly eight thousand yards feet yards yards. There's plenty of spat. One hundred yards. Some of these places don't want to deal with figuring it out. Pulses. You're allowed to go for yourself. The Gulf is in the caddies and the and the tour officials are there. Why can't they let five thousand in for that? Because you're right? They have to figure out who the five thousand would. Grab up all the tickets you here there's what was it one hundred thirty some pages for the NBA on how to deal with this thing, so I'm guessing if it was up to the PGA tour, you know how they have rules. If the fans were invited, there would be a five hundred page document. There's nothing more than golf golfers and golf ads run by. Gulf is that's the sport where people were would watch and see you fractured on TV. Call Up, and they penalize the guy the next day. Adl as a sport could possibly be, and you literally get literally encouraging tattle tailing, so they'd be calling about everybody in the stands. Who Wasn't wearing a mask? have going to golf tone and having to wear a mask outdoors. I mean that's the other part of this. This Las Vegas is now. They had this thing where they were gonNA. Encourage masks in the casinos, but not required them. Well. Of course, nobody was wearing one because the people. I tried to tell borrowed. Is it everybody else? The people who are afraid to come in are not going to come in because you have masks, the people want to come in. Are The people who are saying screw all of this so? What happened was nobody was very masked. So as you might guess because nobody was marrying nasty now at table games, not the slots, but at the table games they're requiring people to wear masks because nobody was wearing masks when they were requesting voluntarily to do it, and that's just to result in fewer people coming by requiring it to play wear masks. The table is it's not good being the people who are afraid to come in because they're not coming in anyway. It's the same point that I made on. The Circus got rid of the edibles. You're not. Not going to make the the animal rights crowd happy. They're not suddenly going to come to the circus. You're just GONNA frosted rebating circus fans who likes the edibles? That's the whole problem with any of these things. If there's an event that wants to restart I'm telling you the best way to do it as we don't have any game rules at all, you'll have more more people. Come in and my putting in place all these rules because the people that are afraid for safety purposes. They're not gonNA come no matter how many rules you put head. They just. The ones that are going to hide their base with Joe Biden for the next year and a half. All right. John, Wyatt that was the longest you've ever, but I'd. Like eleven thirty W S Edmark. Gulling late afternoon show vice president pence is in Waukesha county tomorrow for several appearances, including the one that is open to the public at a hotel and golf road. If you walk, you can find information on the trump campaign's website. This theory is being thrown out that the lefties have succeeded in taking away one of the weapons that trump has the incredible popularity of these rallies so odd that. By suggesting that there might be protesters that trump supporters are afraid to show up now again. We don't know if that's what happened at Tulsa over the weekend. My theory is at trump. Does Awadh admitted that the left? He's just reserved. All the tickets are reserved a huge chunk of the tickets, which is why you at all of these people that were left out that were outside the overflow outside largely dispersed. When they were being chatted at by. The anti-trump people who are out there on the street at the same dive. Indeed I think most trump supporters are law abiding citizens who believe in law and order and the last thing that they want to be in the middle of. Is Anything, that's Eddie amount of trouble though I don't know if there's going to be any protesters out there were Penn state's tomorrow, but if you want an opportunity to see the vice president again. The details of it put out there if the lefties have determined though. That all day after due to kill off. These trump rallies as we go into. The presidential campaign is just to. Make reservations for the seats threaten to throw up and save yellen. Scream you. Trump supporters when you go ahead. It would be another indication that some of the tactics that they're using despicable though they are. Are Working. And are affected. The defense that I've offered. To the people who haven't offered much of a reaction, really at all. To any of this stuff is. There so much incoming coming that it's hard to defend anyone thing because you're doing that. Nineteen other assaults are going God. And I've offered that of some Republicans for that matter just about everybody else and also. The fact that if you do try to speak up, you become a target yourself. At are faced with potential. Ruin Yourself. Look at for example, the handful of Republican elected officials really anywhere in the country. WHO said anything? They end up with protesters at their home character assassination anything. Whether you say it. Correctly or clumsily or whatever doesn't seem to matter. I mean they may as well put up tour guides to get Robin Vases. House out there and we're seeing pouty that every time that the protests gone after his place. The same thing happened in Albany falls. Couple of elected officials spoke up. Not In a way the past muster. With the thought, police and protesters at their homes. Turn dot even by fellow members of their village board. So again. I understand why people don't want to speak up and don't want to react as so much of this. Reaction is going on that as I say had nothing to do with the original issue of police, brutality or shooting of. Innocent civilians. It does become a good occasion though the quote and I paraphrased this quote. A few weeks ago on the show and I said I didn't remember exactly who it was. It said will I. I tracked down. Because I. Want to read it because I don't think there's been any place in American history where it's been more relevant. That right now. It's Martin Niemoeller who was a German Lutheran Pastor. Adams was referring in the environment. Jeopardy. Here's the code. They came first for the Communists and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Communist. Then they came for the Jews. And I didn't speak up. Because I was at a Jew. Then they came for the trade unionists. And I didn't speak up because I wasn't a trade unionist. Then they came for the Catholics. And I didn't speak up. Because I was a protestant. Then they came for me. And by that time. No one was left to speak up. That quote. From decades ago. Unbelievably relevant. Today. One of the first victims. Of the wave of political correctness that was sweeping through still remember we did the story of the program. The broadcast for the Seattle the Sacramento Kings basketball team. Thirty two year broadcast grabbed Apr.. tweeted to a farmer, NBA player or do an NBA player. All lives matter didn't say black lives. Matter is asked. What do you think black lives matter? He said all lives matter fired. When no one peeped in defensive napier nobody. None of us fellow broadcast as no players though writers and Sacramento nobody. It was an indication that anybody that was targeted was going to go down. So the silence of everyone makes everyone a potential. Target and therefore potential victim. But likewise the reason no one wants to speak up is because they want to stay out of the crosshairs themselves. By a minority. But a minority that plays by different rules in the rest. A minority that has been very successful in getting its way at a minority. That has as its enforcers. A media that has decided not only to take sides. But to unfairly take sides. Eleven, thirty Wfan said Mark belling late afternoon show alluded to that Tucker Carlson quote on his program on Fox, which is without a doubt right? All the most talked-about program on cable television is he has been by far. The most aggressive critic. Of the political witch hunting that is going on in America. By far the strongest critic of Republicans for that matter other conservatives. who have not fought back. Against not only black lives matter, but those people that are trying to take away the freedom of people to speak. As I said I don't entirely I. Don't agree with all of Carlson's points I don't. Because I think we are at a situation here in which. It is very hard for most Americans in even for most Republicans to know how to respond when you have tax going out in so many different directions. How can you stop them? From for example ripping out the June, Pero Sarah Statue at the California state capital when you trying to save the Teddy Roosevelt statue in New York and eighty seven. Thousand of them are going down across the south. Select on, and that's just the issue of statues much less. All the people that are being fired nonetheless I wanNA share with you. This is from Tucker Carlson Program on Fox on Friday night. Referring to the leftist, which he called their reign of terror right now. There was no opposition to their power grab. The other side surrounded on day one with no fight. You don't vote for Republicans unless you like pointless foreign wars and sucking up two bags, you vote for Republicans to protect you from this, but when the moment of crisis came, Republican leaders ran away. Citizens were beaten and murdered. Many Americans were fired abruptly in the middle of a severe recession for nothing for saying the wrong thing looking the wrong way liking the wrong tweet. Where are our protectors? They didn't lift a finger to help their voters and donors. Congressional Republicans blamed the COPS. Not The rioters ordinary Americans came under attack for the color of their skin. And no Republicans came to defend them. The message unfortunately could not be clearer. Voting is for fools voting desert work, but when you riot burn things that hurt People Republicans. Give you what you what? Rioting works. That's the message they are sending. If. Citizens Wearing Obama hats were physically assaulted. Imagine if tech but up monopoly censored Obama's supporters or Obama himself. How would Obama have responded? By tweeting angry things! By effectively apologizing to the BOB. It's hard to imagine Obama complaining that as president. He didn't have the power to stop physical violence or preserve the integrity of an election or to protect free speech or history within ten minutes the Obama. Justice Department would have indicted every single person involved on federal conspiracy and civil rights charges. The Republicans are too weak to face the BOB. They offer trinkets and hope the mob goes away. It is time to find new leaders. Taqwa Carlson followed that up with following tweet. Most Americans assume they never lived to see a moment like this. It happened. It is still happening now. Where Republican leaders and we need them the most. I don't as I said entirely agree with that. There's a sense on the part of almost everyone that they are under siege and this happening fast ad. Anybody who dares stand up to defend simply gets taken out themselves for daring to do whatever it is that you go out there fed. In addition to that. It's not the role really of every single Republican politician to singlehandedly stop all of this. It's not like American. People are American. Commentators have stood up and daddy objecting themselves. I think what you have here and I made a comment before Eddie of this started. It was during Kobe which liberals are at their best during a crisis. That's when they're at their most effective when chaos going on. They go for as much power as Robin. You'll let it out years ago. Never let a good crisis. Go to waste. At. It's going to continue, and it's going to get worse until there's resistance, there has been no resistance. Why not tear it out. Every statute existed the United States. Nobody's defending any of them. Well, they let us know they let us Teddy Roosevelt. Let's take a ball down. Let's declare America moral. Let's throw ever Republican out and put in Democrats it again before I go to the break. That's again the flaw in Tyler Tucker Carlson's. Theory here to suggest that. This is all a result of Republican acquiescence. The Republicans are still the only line of defense that you have even if it's a week light of defense, if you turn this thing off into the Democrats have matched with the level of a cheap, but is going to be on the part of the left the I go onto the buses Joe, Biden. Katie bar the door. The things that have been achieved right now, but achieved through brute force, but when they have the ability to do it legitimately via law. It will undeniably be worse. and. Finally as I've explained my role, I perceive with regard to relieve public elected officials. Try to pressure them for the right because all the other pressure is from the left that has never been more than over the last several weeks. It was true to ride. Colby and it's been especially true now. All of the pressure is from the left to the point that people are literally fearing for their jobs. Nobody is shoving them back in the opposite direction, including not that many people in the individual citizenry they're afraid to, and they see what's happened to their friends and neighbors. Who have said the wrong thing. Standing up for a walk eight. This is the mark belling late afternoon. Show on news talk eleven thirty W I said. What do you have written down there? You things go onto log for beer. Bosses. What is the Statue of Liberty going to be one that they? One would assume. One would assume. Because right now as Take your most extreme example that you can imagine and predict that it's going to happen. You're going to be again. It's like the point that I bitterly about liberals and teachers. You're going to be right more often than Iraq. It's going to happen until it stops happening and it isn't going to stop happening on its own. It's good to stop happening because there is resistance and objection and opposition. Politically. It will stop happening when politicians try to stop. It are rewarded rather than punished sanctioned. But clearly right now other than Donald Trump. There are politicians that I can see. That are really trying to fight much at all. The Democrats believe that trump will be blamed for the chaos. That people want to restore COBB and they're hoping therefore the fighting mode of trump will backfire on him. Perhaps that will happen perhaps not. It's too early to tell. But I think what you have right now is really for the first time in Contemporary American. History I'm not going back to. I'll make put it this way my lifetime. These times. Actually remind me of based on my reading what it was probably like during the blacklist. Had, an a communist movement, developing in the United States that was small, but existed. You had essentially a glorified communist run for president of the United States in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight Henry Wallace get. Some number of votes. You had the fears raised by Joe McCarthy at others that the Communists had infiltrated the State Department. And the military that the military essentially was a haven for communists. Is Argument. There were many people who believe the communist infiltrated Hollywood and had total control of. The Hollywood industry. And there was a concerted cab. You'll find them. Wait them out and blacklist them and people who had communist beliefs. Essentially keep their mouth shut. People who had left wing beliefs are new. Communists had to keep their mouth shut. I wasn't around for any of it had happened before I was born. But. It's a part of American history. That was told that we've we're told after it happened that it was one of the darkest periods of our time. That we could never let that happen again while it's happening now except. As oppose the people on the left being targeted because of their points of view and their loyalties being questioned. Its people are the right at. It isn't going after a French, physician. Which is what Communism was? But after anyone who simply disagrees right now with liberals by taking a couple of instances like the police brutality instances. And turning that into an entire argument that somehow not only as America Racist Society, but our entire culture is terrible that we have to wipe out our heritage. You wouldn't have thought. Derek chevette would've been able to. Prove that the whole country is based on racism simply by killing one suspect. In fact you would think that it would be an absurd point to make, but that is what's occurred, and it's occurred without much debate and dialogue, but as I say. It will keep a current until the debate and dialogue starts until people start fighting back. It does obviously start with opinion leaders, you see some of the people at Fox. Tucker Carlson in particular that are pounding the table. Trying to object. Others wonder whether or not Tucker will himself be targeted and be fired for say for going supposedly too far and right now too far can be almost anything. This is not to say that I'm going to defend the indefensible and many comments have been made that people have got into trouble for. Have Betty defensible? Some are merely people whose Words were taken out of context that others people who said things that were objectionable, but odd ruinous, but when you're terrified of talking, and the other side can just get up there and call police I scream in the face of a police officer, and call him a pig, a murderer, a monster. It is face saying you walk right now on the left. There's no limit as to what you say. And save virtually anything on the right. You're an enormous trouble. What you have to do I. Think is have a plan at again. Conservatives are never ready for this because we're always taken by surprise, and how fast liberals move, and we always have a knee jerk reaction to tend to acquiesce in the short term. We did the same thing and Kuroda virus. The instant Tony came down with that order as opposed to say better safe than sorry, it should have been opposed as a violation of our rights. We're better off the acting overreacting when it comes to the restriction of liberties. But again we try to be practical. What the other side is grabbing power? Companies now well. We have a problem with racism in society. They're going to all the employees to reeducation camps, and so on thinking that that will get the critics off their backs. Take the path of least resistance in the short term, not understanding the long what the real agenda is! One of the things that we still have an election and president, trump keeps try to get people's attention to this threat of ballot, harvesting and mail in voting. This fall is the way the left can hijack the election again. I don't see. Many conservatives had many Republicans. Waking Up to this from again is at least try but. We at least have that vote. That vote will occur and in the past when bullets like this have occurred in times of who else Republicans have done very well. No guarantee it will happen this type. Brings me to my next point though. Some of humor member, and says angels still around. He's still runs for office every now and again he was far remember the Milwaukee Common Coastal. He's made a post on social media. That I think makes a really good point. And I'M GONNA. Take it a step further. I think we should put an advisory referendum on the November ballot in the city of Milwaukee. Should we defend the police? Should we cut the police department ten percent? We put it on the ballot. lefties put these things at the ballot or the time. Put on the ballot. Find out if the residents walkie really do want to cut ten percent of their police officers. That's ten percent of their fingerprint experts. That's ten percent of their community service officers. That's ten percent of the people who specialize in dealing with victims of. Child Sexual Abuse. Put in the ballot. And if it passes caught up. And if they WANNA cut a twenty percent cut twenty percent. Now the point angel makes that. If you put something like this on the ballot in Milwaukee, it would actually not pass. That what you have here is a lot of people shooting off their mouths and other people that are terrified to disagree with them publicly. The vote however is still private. The lefties haven't figured out a way to take a look and see what your ballot says. The trump what in two thousand sixteen, and thus Sanchez's point is is that there would not be support, even liberal Milwaukee for defunding the police, not when people could actually vote, I'm going quotas. Social Media Post. He admits it's the fact that so it starts this baby lengthy, but stick with me, okay angel. It's up to me if I get bored age love cutting off. He writes during the last election. We had a referendum for the NPS sets the schools. So why not have one for the empty? The Police Department if you only knew or if the media would do an open records request Milwaukee public schools. You would learn that it's been out of Control Lake our streets. The faculty has no problem looking in the I telling you different, because they're against charter schools, I am and always will be one hundred percent behind law enforcement in every capacity. Isn't that we pay taxes. And who are you going to call when your indeed if you dial? Your call will be answered in the order received. It is ridiculous to think that any proposal to cut the police department budget would help the citizens that can't get police to show up anyway. That's how thin are personnel spread? So what's the motivation? Milwaukee has been mismanaged for decades. We have as I mentioned before pension obligation that is truly unaffordable and no solution to deal with it. Our cities value was downgraded instead of doing reconstruction projects. The city has decided to asphalt overlays again. He said it was long. This seems to be the direction for many. Many municipalities now as it stands right now, the repairs that should have been happening didn't go didn't all didn't all go to deliver a budget and at the political good news? Taxes enact going up. That's what we voted for assessments wet up and ultimately get less and pay more. Go figure. The people who are under assessed aren't complaining and the thirty percent delinquent care less because we will pay more stick with me again. He says he knows Rwandan. He says so now I believe the police officers in America are seeing the power of the media. They're insinuation Swiss. Mir's tone, context and semantics. They are not nice people. Tell me who wants to go to work and put your life on the line to deal with these issues in the future we will have a force that is less qualified to be an officer and all of this what you know what happens at the Milwaukee County courthouse bullets are flying on the freeway brawling in the Milwaukee Schools Transit buses and the hospitals. Does anyone remember the chaos at the state fair a few years ago? What about the office of the kicked in the face during June eighteen as a few years ago? Crime is out of control that our city. There is no leadership nut over a thousand people annually get shot, and over one hundred will die. It's hard to say the guns the problem when you have several hundred thousand deer, hunters and a few accidents. Actually you may want to consider buying a gun for your own safety. We're either going to be active in support our chief Morales, and all the men and women or not, I'm calling for a referendum on the Milwaukee. Police Department. Let the people decide I believe in the end you will find. That all have is just no more than noise. These societal problems have been manufactured for decades, and it takes consumer. It takes consumers for to exist. It's just ironic that they have taken to the streets wanting more when there's nothing more to give. Almost a billion dollars in thirty years to failed community problems. It's time for a change. Thank you to all of our veterans and law enforcement I'll be voting for trump. MP Safe. That's Angel Sanchez. He's running for the state assembly he's. Former remember the common council. As I said his comment rambles, but I wanted to bring it up because he makes that point. We'll put on the ballot. Put It on the ballot. I've been trying to argue to people. To the point that I'm making this. AD NAUSEAM and I hope it's think again. I hope people understand what by underlying point has been for two weeks. I'll say it again. Just because you don't hear something, don't don't see. Something doesn't mean that it isn't happening. That, there is far less support for some of these movements than the polls would indicate there is far less support for the tax police that you might think there far more support for police that you might think and so just because no one is willing to say or do anything. Does it mean that the attitudes are there? If you think Republican politicians are paralyzed by all, that's going on, so is the public. If you put something out of ballot though. Very few people are still afraid to actually. The way they want because. They haven't figured out a way yet to see how we voted for. Maybe, that'll be their next thing to actually with the mail in ballots opened up and see how Charlie down the street voted. Maybe that's the next line of election fraud, but at the interim. Put It on the Ballard. And if indeed, even in Milwaukee, there is a vote against funding the police then don't define the police. One of the actions that was taken over the over the last several days. That people may have missed. That is the Milwaukee School Board voted unanimously to throw the cops out of the schools that will no longer be police patrols in the Milwaukee public schools or outside the schools. They will only respond when called it will not be on premise. It was only less than a year ago. I take that back it was to. You're less than two years ago. Brad Sham was still the attorney general sort of an eight hundred. It was in two thousand eighteen. There was a major call. To pass legislation. To increase dramatically, the about funding for security of the schools remember that the legislature appropriated and we got federal grants besides. A significant about money to give grants to local school districts. For security in the schools and much of that was used to put police officers in the schools in many communities around the state. It was primarily liberals that pushed this. And they especially screamed that urban communities were not getting enough of the security funding. The too much of it was going to rural areas where there isn't as much of a crime problem. People on the other side, said these random school shootings can just as likely occur in a rural area in big city school that it ought to be disbursed statewide basis, but the left who are clamoring to get more money for cops in the schools and other ones that are throwing the cops out of the schools. One of the problems just accepting these knee jerk responses to liberals come up with these short-term answers is the turn around and change there if there's a terrible school shooting, God forbid Milwaukee and the next four months. They're going to be the first ones to scream at demand that we've put more cops in the schools. The same cops that they voted over the weekend. Throw out of the schools. Taking police officers out of the schools is asset I'd. Yet the vote on the school board was unanimous. And again I'm not aware of any. Public figure media or otherwise. That has condemned the Milwaukee School Board for doing it. But as I. Say there's so much in there so many terrible things that are going on in every possible direction, the people end up objecting to none of it because they don't know which staying out of all the injustices to speak about to actually complain about. Liberals. They're going to attack every front imaginable because this is the time to do it, look at all the corona virus resolutions going out of counties around the state. A number of meetings are again being held at night when a Bagel is holding a meeting died. When everybody's looking the other way at this. Let's pass at the county level the exact same ordinance that was struck down at the state level. By the way quickly on that very issue very quickly. A racine. County judge on Friday struck down Racine's lockdown order essentially on the grounds that they didn't have the authority to do it. The racine common. Council is meeting tonight to pass a new resolution to deal with the weather. The judge just knocked out again. This is how fast liberals move you get a court order striking down one of these idiotic locked out already said they immediately turnaround around the pass it other would. You have to at least grudgingly admire. How well organized how aggressive lefties are! They aren't shy about taking advantage of these situations are side. We blush. If we have even if we had the ability to pull off a power, grab like this, we blush at the notion of being celebrated. W., I S. N. Mark belling late afternoon. Show more shootings overnight. Seattle in the autonomous zone, very very violent weekend in the. Area where the anarchists say that they believe in self enforcement. Don't want any police that come in. There was a round of shootings and Saturday night. At one nineteen year old is dead. There were more shootings again last night with at least one person wounded. We're not sure exactly entirely because they're. addity police involved in the autonomous sewed. I actually think they should keep the police out. They don't have any police in there and the business owners that are still in there while I can just close and pull out ads for the people that led police themselves. People say we'd better off police. Let's actually try it. We got this area in Seattle where people don't want to have the police. Don't bring a bed. Let's see how that works out. And, if indeed, in a year from now it's the most crying free portion of the entire city of Seattle. Maybe they're onto something. I think we know how it'll turn out, but if as I say if the people that are around there, the business owners of Seattle don't ever have clout with the mayor. To Send the National Guard and grab up the anarchists in return order to that section of the city of Seattle sobe at fide. It reminds me of a story line of. Show that I still think is the best TV show ever. It was done by a liberal David Simon. It was called the wire. All sorts of people say the wire is the best TV show ever it's. It's not so much a cult because it's too large to be a cult. Are under the wire all that it was this most brilliant show. After anyway, there was a story line one year. It had a different theme. Every year is always about different things about out of Baltimore, but it's senator around the same sort of group of characters involving the police that a drug gay inside or one of the storylines dealt with the police department. And there was a police district captained. Who was trying to deal with the fact that his district was just a wash and drug dealing, which virtually every big city neighborhoods are just a wash drug dealing. And he came up with this idea. Of taking a section several square block area. I've is this strict and saying he wasn't going to enforce the drug laws there. But he was going to enforce them everywhere else in the district. In other words he's idea was to shove it all into one area. That all the drug dealing that was besieging hidden neighborhoods in his district would end all just move to what area and he tried before. This happened to clear out all the housing in the area to get out everybody who was already in there so that the drug dealers would just be able to run for anybody who wanted to buy drugs or go into that zealot. On the show. They came up with a nickname for it. The called it hamster damn. Clever. The Amsterdam drugs are legal over there. The call, the Hamster Dam that was the light of the show called the wire. Well and of course what happened is the show played itself out? Is they did manage to get the drug dealers out of all the other parts of the neighborhood and wild rampant drug dealing going on in the area. You could see the drug dealers themselves. kind of they're very suspicious that this is a setup that the cops are moving of all. They're just arrest everybody, but eventually the drug dealing by crazy. Until of course, the police captain superiors found out about it, and he lost his job and he was fired. So the point though was obvious in the story. If you stop enforcing the law, you're going to have nothing but utter criminality. The cops go out and let the drug dealing. Go on. There's going to be drug dealing. Likewise you reduce the about a police in big cities. There will be more cried. I think most people know that. Just as you get the police side of the schools, the schools are going to become more dangerous. I think most people though that. I think if you suggest Yankee. Cops out of the schools in some suburban communities said after police officers there'd be considerable objection because parents are freaked out presumably ever actually reopened schools that some kid is going to come in with a gun to decide to shoot up the school. Oh! What's happening here is. In the reaction and all of these tangents. To the police shooting in Minneapolis, and to some extent of what it Atlanta as we go off on all of these other things that some radicals have plotted to achieve for years including, get rid of the police, somehow tying the existence of a police budget to racism. Just as turned out, Teddy Roosevelt Statue in the in New York City some hours, a statement against Racism Teddy Roosevelt was president forty years after slavery ended. WHO's from New York, we're slavery was never illegal. All these tangential things that go on that have very little. There's no support it. New York tearing down the Teddy Roosevelt statue, but they'll get it toward out. What's happening? All sorts of fringe minority? Things are being achieved. Because it's happening so fast, and the rest of society doesn't stand up to object and the media is joining in. With the people of the support of the French possessions. Inevitably these things come to a head, and the way they come to a head is it's remarkable how shameless liberals can be just turned at a died as I said we all remember only a couple of years ago where there are screaming to work cop to the schools. It was bipartisan. There are a lot of Republicans more cops in the cool at schools. I wanted more cops in the schools to the extent that it was practical. But it was the position that almost every we've gotta make our schools safe in these. We've gotta get police officers in the schools. We gotta get off the Straits Chase it after drug dealers at other. Put up in the schools to keep our kids safe. An officer at every was a liberal position here. They are only a couple of years later now voting to throw them all out. The instant that there's more violence in the schools. They could be the first ones demanding that. We put cops back in. This is that they have no sense of. About that and they're never called on these changing standards. In the same way that somebody like Joe Biden is never called. On the fact that he voted for it x clan member to be Senate majority leader. Bob Bird. We could tear down statues of one hundred and fifty years ago, but we're not gonNA blame the current Democratic presidential candidate who voted for a former grand imperial wizard of the clan to be the leader of Senate Democrats. As. They say if you did call people on things like this. They might not be able to get away with it. That's where the role of the media that have been stressing with regard to how to send them to these sprints. Physicians are making their way into the mainstream. That's how that occurs. Eleven thirty W I s mark belling late afternoon show the Ryder Cup has made its decision. A lot of people were fearful that they would hold it without fans are just cancel it altogether instead. They're shoving at twenty twenty one, so the rider coverage scheduled to be held it in Sheboygan County Is Back now from the fall of twenty, twenty, two twenty, twenty one again. I All of these events that they say that they're shoving next year next year next year I don't know what everybody thinks. It's so doggone magical about next year. If you following anything with this corona virus, it said. The viruses weakening, but it is not declining numbers really anywhere in the United States. The numbers are down a bit. We keep hearing talk of a second wave. Even if there is a vaccine I think it's probably fair to say that they have the people that are gonNA. Bother to get it. I don't see any particular reason to think that the virus isn't going to be around next year or that. We are going to have. A mutation of it or a new virus that's GONNA. Come in from China, these things come. Forever and ever, and ever right now you just have. Everybody seems to be afraid to get anything restarted. And almost all the stuff that has restarted has been restarted just five without without any issues, so people who? In the spring we shoved everything to the Subir and then the summer camera. We're still afraid to do it, so we shove it to the fall. Then the things that are in the fall. The fall is getting close for still afraid to do it. Will we ever have school to get? It was concert. We're only school would somebody decides that? They could have school who we decide that okay. Okay, we've got a virus around here. The kids don't seem to get. We're going to say screw it. Maybe there's a wanted a trillion chance. One kid might get sick. So what kids get sick from everything else out of the Sun until we can take that attitude was the attitude that existed everywhere in society and a few months ago about pretty much every kind of illness that there was. Nothing is ever going to restart again. I always say this. It's always easy in the short term to knee. Jerk react. It is very hard to ever reverse. Any of those decisions those of us who have simply said screw it. We're going to do all the things that we were allowed to do. In the past and I can run around with masks this and the other thing. We're perfectly fine and content with that. We have allowed people who have gotten into this freak out of dough to somehow think that the calendar solves a problem. That is solvable problem. The had solvable probably is that viruses come around and no matter what you do with this one. You're not gonNA come up with a way to wipe it out because he say what regard to vaccinations, not everybody's going to get vaccinated. Add there'll be another. Biber, said another virus at another Vibert said another virus and somebody a lot deadlier than this one. which has a very weak with -ality there's a stanford researcher by the way out today who says that for people under the age of seventy, the mortality rate is zero point zero four percent now it's obviously much higher for all cases, because the lethality rate for people over seventy is rather high, but if you get rotavirus and you're under the age of seventy, he says the stats are now. We keep getting better stats because we get more and more positive tests in the past, but we were testing any people that a lot of people who had it. We just didn't know it. The more people we know that, have it. You can compare that much larger number against the death toll that if you've been looking anywhere in the united, states debts keep going down. But the DESA going out. It may simply be that we're testing people, or it's possible the viruses weakening or it's possible there's a seasonality to it that the viruses and very strong during summer months, or it's possible that people are developing immunity is more and more people have been exposed to it. This thing is killing many people right now at all, but we were made in a societal lacked the thing with the schools. I've been asking all of this. WHAT'S THE END Gabe? We simply going to say we'RE NOT GONNA. Teach kids anymore that we are going to have school. Nobody ever answers that question. They just keep kicking. The can down the road. Well we'll have a survey by the way you've got a new version of school perceptions. There's another company that's the company that whatever they want to pass the referendum. The same survey is being sent to parents at all these school districts around the region prepared by the same company. The Lazy School Superintendents Cat. Even draw up their own survey. They're wasting money on a survey company Milwaukee hiring that company to send out the surveys, and they all asked to save the a good comeback. We know what they're gonNA come back. Back, it'll be fixed. Some parents say we want the schools to close suburb of say. We want them to the open, so you get a mixed result. What are you GonNa do to say. What do you think happens? Next year? You'll get the same result. Some parents will say keep the schools up in some say they'll keep say to keep them closed. You don't want to send your kids to. School fired home school your kids over the schools upper. Everybody else wants to send their kids. Teachers don't want to come and get rid of. I could solve most of these problems by snapping my fingers. What would you bellingham go put up? The schools at parents want to send their kids to school. Let them teach themselves at home. Pretty Simple, right? I think I've solved that problem I do the same thing with baseball star playing baseball at the fans come anybody who wants to come to cover some players. Don't WANNA play. Let him quit. Baseball retire solves that problem to. All of these reactions are the obvious reaction. It just becomes extremely hard to do. Because everybody's afraid to make that I move even though. Those that have made the move. They find that there's actually no issues with it at all. In Wisconsin after the Supreme Court ruled and we ended the lack dowd. The virus cases would spike. We are still going to Wisconsin. Where now better than three weeks into the protesting? In, the what's going out all over Wisconsin especially, in Milwaukee, the numbers in Wisconsin are still down. While they're go up. Yeah. They are and the going down in Wisconsin both states had protests an indication that maybe the protests that has nothing to do with cases going up or down. Well if this happens, it was going to this happens. If this happened, this happened to this episode. This happened to this happens. It happens, and then nothing ever happens. The virus cases are going up and they're going down seemingly at random with no actual ause with regard to Eddie activity, going on or not. Illinois is still totally blacked-out and their case rate remains higher than Wisconsin which is other than. Madison and some things in Milwaukee dot lockdown. I want to share something from a listener I. Get these all the time and I share very few of them the situation I acknowledge senior citizen residents and nursing homes, and so on is difficult from a management perspective. I'm telling you after the weekend? Everything's always busted in here there. Somebody's yanked out on the microphone promptly all wicked. It's a new stand. Well I don't like it. Well. That's the problem it's. It's droopy. Put the bid a lot when he talking committal up. So like sex talk going on there put the middle up. What do you the middle up? Put The biddle up. Okay, that's Paul's answer. PUT The middle up. The middle of the middle of what that stand over there. Let me share this with the. It's a very very sad story. I understand that the people who run these facilities. are in a difficult situation because you have a virus that essentially as a problem that nobody other than the elderly other than a handful of unlucky people younger than that. But they respond by not following the wishes of the individual residence now I, if you choose to live in a senior facility or assisted living or anything like that, you're sacrificing a lot of right your rights in your longer, a human being with control of your destiny anymore, and if they wanNA lock you up and treat you like a prisoner well, you move did I. Get all of that. Still listen to this. Mark plays really read. Please read the following below. It is a sad story about the state of Wisconsin coded are married senior citizens and senior housing. I have ninety-year-old in laws who have been living at a senior Living Center for the past eleven years. It's a high end one and a really nice facility. It's one of those places where they are beautiful apartments for independent living, but as the needs of the senior changes they have rehab memory at assisted, living four and A. A half years ago. My father-in-law had a stroke so unfortunately their lifestyle had changed and coming up on two years ago. He had an infection which ended up in his brain. He pulled through it. We are grateful to have him with us. Since the brain infection happened, he needs more care. His memory isn't always good. and My mother-in-law hired aides that come in to assist in the evening, so she may sleep at night and midday, so she can get other things done. Ninety year old mother-in-law is his main and devoted caretaker. So here's this couple. They're both ninety. The old guys had a stroke. No, he's got other every issue. She's still find that she's hired staff to help out in carrying for him. The story continues. Once covid happened and things started closing up. Restrictions were happening. I started going to the store for them to keep their expenses dowd since March they have not been out of their facility other than for doctors appointments for which they are transported by their living facility. When I bring groceries to them I have not allowed to enter the building I put the bags at a cart that's pushed out into the breezeway. They are as pure from Colbert is. Anyone can bay. Last, Sunday my father-in-law had another stroke. When it was the by the facility that he needed to go to the hospital emergency room. My mother-in-law was not allowed to go with him. Ninety. They've been married about seventy years. He has a stroke she can't count. So he was all by himself in the emergency ward remembered. They lived together, but she can't go with him to the hospital. He's the one who's having another stroke. She can accompany him even though she lives with him. Back to the story, so he was all by himself at the emergency ward. I remember, the guy is ninety. He's not having a second stroke at. He has other issues. She was able to go see him once. He was put in the hospital room and she visited the three days that he was hospitalized wearing a mask the whole time, but he's now out of the hospital at at the Rehab Center at the facility. This is where it gets ugly. Would you believe that? Even though my mother-in-law lives in an apartment which is part of the facility? Even though it's recorded that she does not go to the store, it is not out of the building. The facility will not allow her to see. Allow her to see her husband because of Kobe. He's in the same facility. He's upper and Rehab she's at an apartment in the same complex. They will not let her leave the apartment to go over to Rehab. Even though she's not leaving the building at all for anything, so she's totally sealed off from the ability to get covid. She's in the same I know. She's in the same facility that he said. He's in the Rehab Center, but she's not allowed to have any contact with him. And their ninety. Her only recent outing to be able to see him in the hospital under their strict big guidelines and she had to wear mass. My mother-in-law was told by the facility that it is a rule that is coming from the state. It's true I consider this to be elder abuse I understand rules like my husband can't go. See His dad because he's out in the. The world with potential exposure to covid that I get, and we would never want to put my in laws or any elder at risk, but to refuse a wife who lives in the same complex and governed by their rules who has as low arrests that Kobe exposure as you can get to not be able to see her sick husband. That's just plain cruel. I'm worried that without him seeing his wife, my father-in-law may feel abandoned even though she explained to him the situation. The, problem is. We don't know how long he is going to remember what she told you. I'm afraid that without seeing his wife of almost seventy years who he is not only devoted to, but also depends on. Without her coaching and cokes again, he made make it I'm afraid that my father-in-law might just give up if he doesn't see her maximum. He's going to be in their two weeks minimum rather. He's going to be in their two weeks. This stroke is more serious, so I'm afraid that maybe logger. I just learned that. A friend of my father in law who lives at the same facility had her husband and memory care there. She was denied access to her husband wasn't allowed to see him for four weeks doing a covid, he died alone. And this woman is heartbroken because she couldn't say goodbye. Handful everyday talking about the riots of the horrible things out of control that are going on and happening in the world. You never run out of things to talk about, but he's days. Are you're always saying who would have thought well? Who would have thought that ninety year old, loving, devoted wife of an? Almost. Seventy years would be denied by the state of Wisconsin access to her husband. The, other thing that you say our God is that people don't care about something if it doesn't have affect them, but people don't know what's happening. How do they care? That's why people like me. Listen your show. You read and filters your all the information that is out there the out there for the day, and you tell us about it, but most importantly you also tell us about things that no one else will tell us about you have told us about the human side of the covid story other than seeing people. People walking around with masks on their faces Colbert. It's a somewhat forgotten or accepted they most places that are open people's lives change, but it seems as though people are comfortable with the new rules. However it is that unless you have someone in a senior living center, nursing home, or the like you don't know about the horrible and cruel restrictions that have been put upon our elderly citizens and true. They are upset when they see that the rioters are at abiding by the same rules that they are harshly being held to. My mother-in-law does not want us to make trouble for them. So, we will not call the facility and honor her wishes, but this is wrong so obviously I can't name the facility or anything else because the mother-in-laws freaked. They're going to crack down on her even more than that. She can't see your husband. She's been married him for almost seven years there in the exact same facility. These are the rules of the Rosie's the Rosie's Ed right. There is a cop in the state of Wisconsin who did anything to enforce any rules during any protests? And the same person. Who Shoving all of these colored rules one-size-fits-all into all of these facilities the administration. And that same crowd, the ones that are perfectly fine with protesters violating all of the rules now the one point that I disagree with the woman on his, she says well. People don't know that this kind of thing is going on. They would cure. They found out about it I. Don't think that that's correct I think most people know what's going on in these senior centers and so on. On. We've had a number of stories of people whose relative has died alone because they've been denied access. I've done several of these I. have heard almost no pressure from anyone elected official, or otherwise to make Iverson end this policy of segregation with regard to the senior citizen centers. If a married couple wants to see one another and one of these facilities, they ought be able to do so. And if they don't keep them apart. And I get when you move into one of these facilities you give up almost all of your freedom and. Your living under that kind of dictatorial control. Put yourself in the other guy's shoes. You're ninety of head your second stroke and you're not allowed to see your wife because you might get the call, but I think I'd risk getting the culprit particularly given the fact that he might end up dying anyway. I'd have loneliness of desperation and the fact that he's ninety years old. They're ninety. How long do they have anyway? One size fits all and I grant you. It's a difficult situation because the only high risk population, we have our senior citizens and one of the most high risk type of facilities that we have had our the nursing homes. But what you could say that these people were living together. In the same apartment. Through the entire time until the most recent stroke to separate them now is Asinine. Five twenty, but I tell you the name of the facility, but like I said the nine year old woman is freaked out, and she does a water daughter. Eva, call up herself. And complain about it in the meantime here we are running around making sure that when Charlie wants to go to the menards. He's got the mask God. Don't think we ourselves. A society are not partly to blame for this we are. By being. Fascists in enforcing some of these health rules. And then turning around and blakely looking the other way. When protesters are violating every single rule in the book after night after night after night after night and admitted, we're just five. Milwaukee this is the mark belling late afternoon. Show I news. Talk Eleven thirty. W I S at. I want it very quickly expanded point. I was making at the end of the last. Hour when I talked about. All the things that are canceled all the things that are closed while the meantime pretty much anything that's up is doing relatively well. and has had almost no issues. We are headed toward. A second economic downturn. If we don't. Essentially aggressively reopened the things that have been closed. When you take a look at right now, the big areas of closure are. Office buildings virtually nobody who works in office hours anywhere in the United States is working in those facilities right down sporting events virtually all of them have been shut down. With the sports leagues themselves. Showing incredible ineptitude and restarting themselves. And the schools? Nobody's announced the reopening of any of the schools. and. Everyone seems terrified to move forward the problem that all of them are facing as they are looking for senses. You'll never find consensus in this. Let me explain why there are some people who would just assume seeing these things lockdown permanently. Many of the people who work at offices would rather work at home for the rest of their lives. Many of the people that are unemployed, but are making more money at unemployment that they were making working. People, who are fans of sports are perfectly fine with all of the sports being shut dowd. As for the schools, there will be never a case in which you're going to get all parents, and for Heaven's sakes. Any of the teachers who are going to water returned to work. If you were a teacher, you ought to return to work. They haven't laid off Eddie of them. And they're all sitting on their butts, not having to go into the schools teach. So the simple? I don't put everything up. In somebody doesn't want to participate doesn't have to participate. Fat An office building. Get Open it up. The employees that don't want to show up. Let them stay at home NFL. Side that I. Don't need a by laid off for good. I haven't tried to work at all, but that's what I need to do. The same thing with regard to the sporting events. I, started up now. Celtics whoever wants to come? For thirty percent capacity were thirty percent capacity of. That's all the watch the cup. Some of the players Wada retire because they don't feel safe, let retire. Same, thing with regard to the schools. I don't put him up. See how many kids show up. The ones that don't show up well. We'll send some online stuff to help. The parents teach them at home, but that's what they would have been doing anyway. There said they hold getting some online stuff. It's very hard for anyone to do this because they will get criticism, the past path of least resistance is to stick with the status quo, which is keeping everything closed, but obviously that's not sustainable, unless we're deciding that they're simply will never be sports again. That anybody who works in an office building that those offices will be permanently empty. And we are going to end the notion of educating children. To think that time solves any of these problems, they silly. What does happen with all illnesses of this nature in the history of illnesses of this nature is they run their course? The most vulnerable direly because they have the least resistance. As the thing eventually spreads to the larger population. The people with more resistance. Fight it off. But? It takes a long time because we rarely ever cure any of these things and. By, about the time that we get it runs the course. Some new thing is coming rolling through society. Let me move odd. For thirty years I have had to. Deal with Whitey as politicians from. Anomaly falls thirty years. That's what it's been thirty years Whitey as politicians from menominee falls. Star old. Joe Greco. Thirty years ago, it was the village president out there little. The thirty years later, the legacy of Joe Greco would still be going on, and you'd have whiny. Ask politicians from nominee falls claiming they're conservative as they act in an unconservative fashion. I try to be fair. I try to present both sides and then I call them. Up present both sides here and then call them as I see him. Now the latest round of trouble in menominee it's always something of an oddity falls. Last year they were changing the school nickname and the school board. Wouldn't stand up to. The Superintendent was appalled that they called themselves Indians. They changed the nickname. Wafting complained about it, but they changed it anyway, and they moved on the other powers-that-be in menominee falls. Let's say it again. CAP got their tongue. They didn't object. The people of nominee falls. Keep complaining when I say that their leaders are mostly a bunch of liberals, but they keep acting like liberals. Somebody who is a conservative would have called for the ouster of the school board members that would have called out the superintendent for what he was. A guy who doesn't much like is community was trying to dictate to everyone. Everyone else and a school board. Consisting of a bunch of people who are packed a liars already made up their mind months ago to change the nickname and went through a fires now. The village President Glasgow didn't do that because he wants to be Nice City, Nice with the school board, and then turn around and claims a conservative on the other side. So he must not like the fact that I'm actually suggesting that elected officials at a conservative community be conservative. He calls himself a conservative, but he's not from what I can tell based on my experiences over the last week and a half to two weeks. He's the guy who likes to claim that he's a conservative, but doesn't have the you-know-what to actually stand up and tough times. And do so. which is his prerogative? Law that says you have to be a conservative? The Laws Zipper moderate. No Law that says you have to be a liberal. I grant that this is a difficult situation for suburban officials when protesters decide to protest and communities that are not used to it, which is why the protesters have enjoyed in this particular round of protesting targeting the suburbs because they like making suburbanites elaine comfortable. So anyway, we had the situation of a nominee falls. It is Glasgow's not the most lefty public official in southeastern Wisconsin, he just left ear them nominee falls actually is, but menominee falls keeps electing guys like him so. The problem at least partly exists with residents in the community who think they're electing conservatives, but they're not anyway. Here's by this latest back and forth involved. The nominee false came about. Glasgow was engaged in a social media conversation. With a resident of the community. and. The resident of the community was referring to. The protests that are being led by Frank Nettie. Frank at his partner. Khalil have led a number of the protests that have gone I here on here in southeastern Wisconsin they've been very rockets. They've been very disruptive, but they have been without violence so therefore I would say they were peaceful and the person who online was talking to LASCO. Mentioned that and this is how Glasgow respotted this social media posts that will quote it for Beta. Listen carefully because he claims I'm taking his comments out of context I. Think I honestly and accurately described them. He said in response to the person it was referring to Franken had these protests. You are most welcome I have heard they elite peaceful marches. We need much more of that in our communities. I A- Turpin data saying that they had Glasgow. The head of a nominee falls believes that we need much more peaceful marches in his community. That's my interpretation of it. Is that how you would interpret it? Are Read it again. You are most welcome this that was. Responding to the woman that he was on the social media conversation with it was thanking him for supporting the protests I have heard they, and that's Frank Nettie and his group lead marches. We need much more of that. In our communities. He goes on peace, respect and compassion for each other. That crosses ratio lives. He then goes on, and says I'm thankful that my parents taught me well. My Dad's best friend in college was black, and he also went into the inner city. Of Chicago coach of black youth wrestling team, and that was back in the fifties, when that was unheard of he took a lot of flack and lost friends, but he stood in his principles and convictions. That's how I was raised and I will forever be thankful. We're anyway I put that social media posts up on belling dot com and I said that the village president monopoly falls. Encouraged protests how many falls which I think was accurate and response to what it was that he said. Glasgow Gal has thrown a stink. Claiming that I have taken his comment out of context and he's demanding. A retraction. I'm going to embarrass him. Read verbatim what he said to me. And then my response market very disappointed in your statement about me, personally as well as regarding our great community and menominee falls June seventeenth program in spite of giving me the opportunity ahead of time to provide context around a copy of a private message that was sent to you. You nonetheless blatantly misrepresented me and my message on your program I believed that Chris slinger political activists from the falls Republican Group I paid to copy of a personal private message that I had with a resident last Tuesday afternoon. I will point out that. On social media is private, regarding a protest march organized by Frank Nitty, and forwarded -til the resident had posted my message on another page without by knowledge, and made some statements of her own, appearing to indicate that I supported these protests marches I have since contacted that resident at she has apologized for taking my comments out of context. You need to know that you did not. Have you need to know that you do not have a complete picture I posted a PSA and my village President Facebook page twelve thirty five pm Tuesday afternoon after learning. Learning that morning. That a People's movement marched frank, that's Frank Nettie and Khalil Coleman a protest march had been organized at very short notice in response to perceived racists, inflammatory comments made by trustees staved Steve Taggart at a resident named I won't name resident, although she had protests at our house on Monday evening during our public comment period at the village board Frank Nettie stated as such in his live video feed Tuesday evening that they came out specifically concerning these two individuals at one. Oh, six PM resident in response to my PSA message me. Thanking me for my welcoming the group in fact I had not mentioned anywhere that I had put out a welcome. I was only informing our community of a protest march. However, I did respond to her in the message that I had heard that they had led peaceful marches. Mark You yourself at the what our twenty three minutes and fifteen second mark. Clearly, the guys city to the podcast stated the stated. That none of Netease marches have been bald violence again. At one thirty, two zero seven marks stated that the protests have largely been peaceful I was simply acknowledging the same and I went on to say that we need much more of that in our communities that being peace, love and compassion for each of the cry for for each other crosses where you show lives, thus, it was confusing to me that later. You stated that a lot of people are making a big deal that I appeared appeal appeared to invite the protests that come to menominee falls and that I want to. To have, and that I want to have a lot of protests here. In fact, this is me I. Did say that in that was my interpretation of his message. That is absolutely the most ridiculous distortion I think I've seen in a long time, and the record is is completely false and unsubstantiated how you could manipulate my message the fit. This bizarre narrative is beyond comprehension, and especially to do so on the basis of a short fragmented message given to you by a no one, antagonist, political operative or someone of his group who intentionally send it to you to harm my reputation. I. Don't know who said it to be. Actually if I did I, don't remember. I am merely go in with my interpretation when. He commented on Frank Nitty marches, saying that he heard that they were very peaceful and then said that we need more of these in our communities. It sounds to me like he's saying. We need more of these peaceful marches in our communities and one of the communities community that he runs, is monopoly falls. That is my interpretation anyway. Glasgow thinks that that interpretation is ridiculous. While presenting his side, he then continues for the record. You will not find a single solitary, welcome offer or invitation for me to any protest group in any written or electronic form from anywhere in my entire life I never invited any protesters to come to menominee falls at I never will, it would be a gross. Their election of my duty enroll village president to do so. He does go on and makes a number of points, but I think that fairly described. His response to what I reported. On the basis of what? He, said not I did respond to that. I said Mr Glasgow in your online exchange. The person referred directly to the group led by Frank Nettie. You responded quote I. Have Heard they lead peaceful marches. We need much more of that in our communities. You are clearly making that comment in reference to the they with a they being the nitty led protesters. In addition, it is accurate to say that you were among those leading the charge to make a major issue out of TAGGART's comments by your own statement, the opposition to Taggart's comments was the basis for the protest I don't know how you can claim that there is a disconnect here. As for the statement about the village board being liberal, I have a thirty year history of. Of focusing on the menominee falls leaders who call themselves conservatives, but I simply not conservative. It is very telling that you continue to support. The very liberal menominee falls school board, which pushed enormous school right which pushed an enormous school referendum. You also refuse to join the push to condemn the school board for killing the team nickname, claiming that it was important to maintain good relations with the school board. It is my opinion that a true conservative would try to do everything in his or her power to block. The agenda of liberal agency, not maintained good relations. My statement on the Liberal Board is also a reference to the preposterous hotel deal of a few years ago and finally I would. Would think that a conservative village board would stand up right now. I give a strong public statement of support up to its police officers who had to endure vile insults at least according to what I was told by residents by the people who marched in your community for the record. I have defended the right of the protesters to protests that have criticized a number of their messages and Glasgow responded to that, and what aboard the audience with this forever, but I do think it's important to put his side out there and also explain why I took the side that I took, and he responded while of that by saying mark. You're completely wrong. I responded to her comment that I had. Had heard these marches peaceful nonviolent. You also stated the same as I indicated in my i. e email. You don't get to tell anyone what they said or didn't say I. Don't understand that I wrote that what we need is we need more piece that cross racial lights. It takes some serious mental gymnastics to distort that into claiming I want more protests that come in I never have, and I never will, and I was messaging with a resident who has no connection to Frank Nydia his group. Stop Doing Chris. Lakers dirty work, and start holding yourself accountable for portraying issues truthfully, and then he goes out and explain to slots on the referendum and why he didn't criticize the school board. On the nickname thing and so odd again, if Glasgow who runs manabe balls wants to say now that he didn't invite the protesters to come to. The nominee falls, and I take. His word took his words out of context. That's a fair interpretation of his comments. I will simply go back to reading what he wrote and why I felt that he was saying in responding to a resident who's referring to Frank Netease protests. He wrote. You are most welcome I. have heard they lead peaceful marches. We need much more of that in our communities. Now me if he was referring to peace as opposed to peaceful marches. Okay. I suppose that's an interpretation. However, not my interpretation and I believe that it affair of my interpretation to be that he said we need more peaceful marches in our communities, but if he meant that he just met more peace and the. Reference Wealth that's side and he puts it out there and I'm happy to pass a law, but I'm not going to retract a damn thing, and this is not the first time that somebody who leads Manami falls who had an opportunity to stand up and say we have an outstanding police department. And to say that Steve Taggart's comments while badly worded were hardly. The most racist comment that we're ever uttered which I don't they were. He made a comment that I. Thought was stupid. As I said, referring to target practice police department going on at the same time that there was talk of a protest state was actually true. There was target practice going God, but I get what is saying. was that resulted in a call? Of course the host him, which I think, the people who are not conservative and monopoly falls have been. been laying for for some time, take advantage of a situation to get rid of someone who is conservative, the very same thing that we see going on all over America with regard to anybody else who puts a word in the wrong place I would think someone who actually was a conservative leader of Benami falls would want to have as many conservative allies out there. It's possible to stop the remarkable creep of liberalism into taking over almost all parts of our society. News Talk Eleven thirty wins Edmark Gallo late afternoon show. Nobody knows base was going to do. It's up to the commissioner he can. Because the players have a contract, simply impose the season schedule. If he wants, he can do that. And if that is what happens in some players, don't show up. Who knows if there's going to be at twenty twenty one season as it is their long-term collective bargaining agreement. Extends after the end of next year I think with regard to wall of these sports where some of the athletes don't WanNA participate. Everybody thinks short-term at every day. They're not thinking about the long term. I think the long term viability of baseballs in question. I think the long term viability of the N. B. I. think that the NBA salaries we see right now might be the highest that will ever be that. They will not ever go up again that the economic model is being wracked. By not playing games, and by saying that every time that there's a sickness that you can't advance, show up. You're cutting into the revenue stream that these teams have also the longer you go. Without having the sport. The more people find other things to do i. told the story any number of times about what happened to the newspapers in New York when they all went a strike of the sixties, New Yorkers to have like eleven daily newspapers, they went on strike, and when the strike ended up almost all of them, other than the main three or four. People got used to not having them and didn't need them once they returned. If I was a professional athlete in this environment I would grab any deal. I could play as many games as I. possibly could know in the case of baseball. They WANNA play a few games as they can, but still able to generate revenue and have a playoff system fits in place, so they can put those games on TV. The Union require rejected the last deal. It's up to the commissioner to act like a commissioner and impose something in the meantime. The fans are mad at everybody saying things going to come to a head and football when the NFL decides. We're not gonNA let fans come to the Games, which I think is better than fifty fifty. Going to hack off the fans that they gotta turn on the TV and watch games that are played without the national anthems, GonNa. Come on! All the players are going to kneel. The long-term model for this, you can't just keep taking your customer base and flipping them off and expecting them to continue to buy your product. An the whole restarting of all of this stuff. It has never again with so many things are saying lately that nothing's like this has ever happened until thou. We've never had a situation. We couldn't play sports because some people thought they might get sick by something from somebody else for crying out loud look at the number football games that people have been played. The Guy that cross of you probably has the worst case of the flu that you could imagine. He's got you data the pilot he spit spits. Fall at all over your visit. You Play Sports. You catch. Things have guys all the time. They're in a lack of room. They're all using the same shower forever and ever and ever. They didn't even have stalls of the shower. One guy's Bara soaps footnote pick it up that these things have always been germ fess suddenly now we can't play these games because the athletes are afraid of getting sick, afraid of getting sick or play a game of chicken. Rip Up Your ACL and not play for three years. You're worried about catching the cultivating. If. We learn anything from this. It's once you shut something down. It's almost impossible to ever started back up. There will be people against it, no matter what the scenario or situation is. Paul doesn't think there'll be an NBA season either I don't either I also don't think the honest will ever play another game for the Milwaukee. Bucks I don't know how long term anybody other than the teams of the largest market survive a year and a half without fans have the ability to pay those types of salaries. Well you said. The five Serb sits empty for the next year and a half. That's what I said. That's what I said I don't think that the bucks are going to be able to afford Yana send. I wouldn't be surprised the. What all is said and done. The brewers have to trade Christian Yelich after signing onto that long term contract that the smaller markets are going to be the ones that are hard the most by losing a portion of. Their revenue base and ask for the players I mean. It'd be like me here, saying. I don't feel comfortable doing by chauffeured night buds. One of the reasons that would be really stupid as you all be finding something else to be listened to in the afternoon, you might not come back to be one of decided that it was finally safe for me to fight off the corona. Virus and covenant do the program. Anybody. Who has any sort of sense of job security? I mean face it. We're a country of wally pips waiting for Lou GEHRIG. Di Come in. Nobody ever efforts I can't keep telling these old mad references that nobody ever gets. You get the Volley Pitt where they should. That's a great line it just. Incredibly good line that nobody gets where they should. Awali pips waiting for the next Lou Gehrig to watch it. You don't you don't even know this story, do you? Know while EPA up was the first Baseman for the New York Yankees. You're sick one day. They put Lou Gehrig. He played the next two, thousand, one hundred. That was the guy who cal ripken broke his record. He didn't miss a game for sixteen years. Lou Garrick played until he died literally died. There's an old joke about that. It's the one that Christopher kept telling the Superior Sopranos. Chris the practice he must have said it four times during the course of the show. You sit at a coincidence. Lou gehrig died of Lou GEHRIG's disease. A ls, of course they called it Lou Gehrig's disease because nobody heard of it before Lou Gehrig. Got You know the point at wally pipped Mista Game Lou. GEHRIG stepped in and took with Solta Lou Gehrig never gave up the job again. Some of these athletes and some of these educators in somebody's other people that are unwilling to return I'd say the same thing to a lot of these people that are at work at home mode when some of their fellow employees are going back into the buildings. The boss might decide. He can get along without you. Now the field that I did. Radio were all the good. It's the your your latest ratings book forever. You feel a sense of job insecurity and you're threatened by. Prolonged absence and so odd. I think see some of these sports. Leagues need to think about that. Absence does it make the heart grow fonder? You get used to the absence. Eleven thirty wins mark late afternoon. Show I mentioned. You can't even keep track of the number of statues that are coming down the Museum of Natural History in New York taking down the Theodore Roosevelt statue on the grounds that. He represented colonialism. Well. I mean kind of, but he wasn't. An original colonialist Theodore Roosevelt was the president around the turn of the eighteen hundred and nineteen hundreds. You can't get them for slave. Voting Slavery Slavery was ended forty years before he became president of the United States. They're just looking for excuses. I mentioned they tore down the statue of Judah. Pero Sarah Francisco. There's a statue of him in. The Capitol building in the United States of Harrow Sarah was one of the original missions. WHO settled from Spain? It was largely Spanish that settled the carrier that we now know as California and brought Christianity to the state of California. It's the reason so many cities in California are named. With Spanish names and named after saints like San Francisco, San Diego and so what? Right now if you simply say, somebody's dropped their name on the grounds that it's offensive. People have no way of knowing whether you're making it up or saying it's true. For example. There are calls to change the name of one of the following baseball teams. The San Diego padres the Texas Rangers. Credit against which what it is. I'm telling you can't do it. It's an impossibility guess much. What is being deemed to be offensive today. You WanNa. Take a stab at it. Texas Rangers correct. It's the name of the Texas Rangers. Because the Texas Rangers of course defended the State of Texas during the during the Mexican war, and somehow that's just somehow that it's bias that whatever. The bag factors of eskimo pie say that they will change the name of their ice cream sandwich. It would no longer be Escobar, pie the near term eskimo is considered to be offensive to indigenous people of Northern Alaska, so they will not be eskimo piety war. I some of these products you're not even gonNA. Know what the thing is anymore although I will admit I didn't even know they still made escapades. I think I had my last couple pie when I was thirteen. I I guess they're still out there, but they won't be Eskimo pies anymore. Apparently saw, but and and we decided to change the name now because we're now in more enlightened because George Floyd got murdered. The name, the name the name wasn't offensive for weeks ago, but it's offensive now. There are calls now to remove statues of Ulysses s grant. He was the general that won the civil war had he lost the damn thing? They might still be slaves in the south, so we'll. He was a slave owner while it's true. Prior to the war, somebody gave him a slave as a gift. He responded by setting that slave free, but he did in the interim own a sleigh. That's correct. After the war was over eighty became president the United States. He prosecuted a lot of those southern owned slaves pretty much shut down the Ku Klux Klan. They want to eliminate the statue of Thomas Jefferson on the grounds that he was a slave owner. Well Jefferson indeed did own slaves. It's almost all landowners did in the south. That is true. That's undeniable. When the United States acquired the northwest, territory was Jefferson the sign the law that banned slavery there it was Jefferson. Who in the original draft of the Declaration of Independence, condemned slavery? Why did they take that out? Fascinating fact, actually for anyone who knows that he American history would know. Do you know why they took out? The light of condemning slavery and the Declaration of Independence take a guess. They felt that it would be impossible to keep the union together unless they allowed the southern states to keep slaves who had at that time of the original thirteen colonies, some allowed the legal ownership of slaves, and they made the decision that they were better off achieving union with more freedom by holding that group together. So that's when the infernal deal was caught, there would be no slaves in the in the north, but they would allow them in the South to suggest that Thomas Jefferson was on the wrong side of history, and that puts almost everyone in that context on the wrong side of history. The movie. Hamilton is coming out the movie version of the hit. Broadway play Hamilton coming out that. Play! Treats Thomas Jefferson very positively. Total lefty operation. Will they sanitizing change? The script will Lin Manuel Miranda changed the script of Hamilton to suddenly portray Jefferson as a monster I'm assuming Hamilton is safe. Given the fact that he himself was a slave at six seventeen news talk eleven thirty W I. Eleven thirty wins and Mark belling. Late afternoon show. They ran the Belmont stakes without fans on Saturday. The joke that everybody tells us. How can you tell? There's nobody at Belmont Park Belmont Park's always empty, except for the Belmont stakes, so it looked like any other day too big giant thing and on a given day. Two thousand people show up well. There was nobody there off the rights. The big paper kids. The law won the race. The horse that I picked to beat him. Dr Post ran second in my analysis of the race that. That said they were inseparable I. put Dr Post on top because he was the hierarchy ceelo horses, I had running one to rent, who won the horse that I picked fourth ended up fourth I also put out for the audience four other races that were run on Saturday that I liked in other words by Ford. Best Bets of the day you believe the three of the one. Two of them going off at night, odds of nine to two, the other was the favourite. As you know, I'm tired of putting these things up there, because by and large people just bitch about them and show no gratitude tonight crank on winner after winner after winner or allies race, either perfectly. You're awfully close to it, but. we did at this time around I've had a lot of people you of kids. The law will win the triple crown will. It's a weird triple crown. It's even more complicated by virtue of the fact that the owners of the Horse. Have higher ambitions than winning the triple crown. The Kentucky. Derby is Labor Day weekend, but they're running the travers at Saratoga. The first weekend in August and I guarantee you the owner to kids. The law would rather in the travers than the Kentucky Derby because they're from New York, and if you're from New York, the Belmont stakes and the travers of the be all. All and the end all so they're gonNA have that horse cranked up the first week at an August whether or not he can sustain at run a month later at the highest level in the Kentucky Derby, and then another month later in the preakness I mean. He's always going to be trying to win the quadruple crowd. It's very hard to do when I would. Bet against it. Is that a lot running to Talladega race this afternoon? Given Weird. The world is watch bubble Wallace where there's about twenty laps left in the race. There are many people that are questioning the validity of this story that a newspaper apparently found. In his trailer. Over the weekend they're writing. The race. Today was rained out yesterday. Bob Wallace is the only black driver on the NASCAR Cup circuit, and he was one of the most vocal in calling for the elimination of the confederate flag, a member of his team said he found a news in Bubbas trailer, and it's become a major story. Many are questioning why there was either not at he cameras and trailer. Who had access to this anybody with the news? Is there a photo with the newest and the answer? All of those questions is no that does not mean. Somebody didn't place news first of all this. This races in Talladega, which is in the middle of Alabama. This is the south south south second. The whitest sport we have in America is stock car racing the reason bubba Wallace is a rarity as there were virtually no blacks that are involved in the sport. I would not put it past anyone to put a noose in there. The other head there have been so many new socks is over the last several years that it is not surprising that some people would wonder about this one again. You would think with all the security and try in NASCAR trailers, and so on, there'd be cameras everywhere. But maybe there are I mean. The number of hoax. Is that have come forward over the years with regard to hoaxes? There was just one several months ago, but again that doesn't mean that this. What is I would hope that NASCAR would investigate it and I. Hope that that would mean that if they find that. There is no evidence of it. We hear that if there is evidence of it, find out who was put. The new cities trailer it would certainly be. An extremely risky thing for someone to do because if caught. They would go down and sham all time of being an incredible racist. which does it mean that it didn't happen? It also doesn't mean that it did happen. We won't know what happened until we find out one way or another. What did happen? Finally before we close up shop for the program. All the time I am amazed at the people and I guess it's people who mostly don't live, say in Milwaukee or the east side or shorewood or at Madison. Who are shocked at how ugly? Prompting liberals are. Who just always shocked at some of the reactions that they get I can't believe this person we do this. I can't believe this person who you tell them again and again and again and again that this. Attitude of not only hating trump. They hate everyone who likes trump. Got Another one I thought I'd sure if for no other reason than to try to open. Some of your eyes is to what's going on out there. The skies contacted me from cut hay market. My rummage sale on. Friday would have been this past Friday. A woman hurriedly jumped out of her car and verbally accosted a friend of mine, helping with my rummage sale. The woman charged that my friend. Way Your finger and be rating by friend. Calling us the usual names, because until recently I had a trump sign in front of my house. I proudly support trump. Even. A Helix job! I won't say it, but I took the sign down prior to the rummage, simply to respect those in opposition to trump completely out of respect for those people I think he took the sign down because he wanted to sell all the stuff at the rubbish. Anyway while being costed, my friend looked utterly confused. As the House is by here, this woman has she screaming at the Rog Parts? She thinks this is the homeowner. It's actually some women that's come over for the sale, but the trumpeter is ball at her out. What I told. The trump hated that the house is mine. The woman realized she had been foolish as you can imagine, but she did not stop so the trumpeter continue with Baid when to rummage, customers came up. She began shouting at them, trying to dissuade by customers from browsing or by. They simply looked at her with perhaps pity, and certainly with utter confusion. Eventually, the woman drove off while flipping me the finger. She shouted. God Does Not Love You. Once again, many of you will take that story in amazement, Crosby, this attitude out there is becoming more and more common. And they're becoming more and more emboldened. Bashing trump and bashing trump's supporters is now. Sport for many on the left. And the fact that they learned during the protests that all of the rules that apply to everyone else social distancing. Calvin can't do this can't do that. Don't apply to them. The behavior will continue to get worse. Everything that I've been describing here is going to get worse until somebody decides that they're going to object to it. Try to stop it. which as I say eventually will happen because it will have to happen. But. I don't see it happening anytime soon at a time. Around.

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She shared video entitled when the Libs Find Their way to your page. which she dances along with captions, such as when people see what is that I? Support trump, then try to hate on me and think I'll change my views anyway. She said after the video was posted. That the school marquette dean of undergraduate emissions told her that her acceptance was far from shore, even though she'd already paid for housing completed a class schedule. He told her well. I wasn't a student. And if that doesn't make me a student, she said well. What does prior to that? Veil Brett, the pro-trump Freshman said some school administrators then asked her questions with political implications. They asked me hypothetical questions regarding dreamers, she said, referring to undocumented immigrants who arrived as kids, et Cetera et, Cetera, and how I respond, if a dreamer who lived down the hall from me, came up to me and told me she didn't feel safe or comfortable with my views and me. Being on campus asked me if they thought it was anything that I can do to improve my image on campus. They proceeded ask if I was comfortable with the reputation that I have established for myself and the Assistant Dean asked if I put any thought into the response, I would get be getting my videos. I'm like Oh. Is this the new normal? Because that doesn't make any sense, you have out in the in Seattle whole. The city of Seattle held quote, a segregated training session for white staffers last month, in which they instructed workers on how to quote, undo their whiteness, and affirm their complicity and racism according to reports. Entitled Interrupting Internalized Racial Superiority and Whiteness, the training session was reportedly held by the Office of Civil. Rights June the twelfth. The same day. The protesters took part to chop zone demonstrations in the capital district. Anyway, and it goes on from there but even more shocking than anything else is what we're now hearing out of Biden, Pelosi Schumer the squad all radical, extreme, democratic, socialist, and the mob, and the media helping them every step of the way Pelosi literally saying. That people will do what they do. When asked about well, what about the destruction of memorials and statues? Here's what she said. I don't care that much of that statute. Should not be done by commissioner of the City Council, not a mall in the middle of the night. This is. What they do. People do what they do. What what? What is that a license to go out and and have anarchy and lawlessness and destruction of property and vandalism with no real political debate? People want debate it. That's fine. They can debate anything they want if they don't like them, they that's we have a process. It's called the legal system We have a process that soon have varying. You know venues of redress. If you if you need them, you know you can elect politicians that propose these things, but let the people decide. Then you've got congresswoman. Lars call and echoed by congresswoman leaves call for this mantle in the entire system. We must begin dismantling the whole system of oppression. Wherever, we find it. Pass it on. What does that exactly mean and then you know the squad members pushing wide ranging bills? They're now proposing in Congress. That all police budgets are taken away in other words dismantling the police completely and defunding it completely in the country. And Congresswoman Omar the US cannot stop a criminal justice reform. We must dismantle the whole system of oppression. And this is on top of Biden. Yesterday is yeah, police and become the enemy only Yeah, I'm I'm going to defend the Pelisson reallocate the money. Okay, how is that GONNA end? What do you do then? At. What point do you say that this is going to end really badly? This is not going to end well for the American people. There's no safety. There's no security here. You Got Biden Biden is actually speaking again today amazing. He's out of his basement bunker. I. Mean you see you got like? Doing it this is. It looks like the same way the last time I guess he's in Pennsylvania. Anyway but even worse than you know every single thing, the squad. has now endorsed including the green new deal. Biden has adopted as his own. and. Yesterday we learned a lot about what Biden meant what he talked about transforming. American, he said over the week I'm want to transform America. What does that mean? Well we're now getting an insight into what all of it means you know. I guess that means that police have now become the enemy of the people and defunding the police is part of the transformation and rewriting the economy, his words that that's part of it, and I guess lawlessness and anarchy and Chas Chop and so called summer love festive zones I guess that's the future because he hasn't out about any of those things, he's also called for higher taxes. We know that we need now is supporting amnesty for anybody that's in the country illegally He wants basically the United Sanctuary states of America. We know that he doesn't want borders We know that he supports the ninety four trillion dollar new green deal we now. He's totally adopted in coop. That actually the exact language of Bernie Sanders. Joe Biden has his unity taskforce. They released recommendations for the DNC platform. That literally takes word for word. Bernie Sanders radical agenda, and now we've been able to compare and contrast. There are instances of the exact word for word copying from Bernie Sanders. And the similarities that's beyond you know I. It's not by accident. It now shows. Joe Biden is now doing something that no American candidate for president has ever done. He is running. As an extreme radical socialist, this is the most extreme platform we'd ever have in the entire country. You know when you look at for example you know this task force, you know talks about climate change, criminal justice, the economy education healthcare immigration. It's all Bernie's plans. You know the Medicare for all funding. The police new green deal abolishing ice. You know. All basically in these recommendations that. Though the end result is not what I R-. My supporters would have written alone Bernie. Sanders is ecstatic. I was glad to work with the vice president. Informing six separate task forces, which had some of the most knowledgeable people in the country coming together to deal with education and climate, change and health care and the economy and criminal justice and Immigration Reform, and these folks needless to say people represented the Progressive Movement had a different perspective on things than did Biden's people, but there was serious discussion and I think a real honest in in episode to come up with a compromise, and I think the compromise that they came up with if implemented will make by the most progressive president since FDR. Even more so by a long shot now do remember as I go through this list here that Pelosi Schumer and Biden Nevada what combine hundred and twenty-five years to do all of this and they've done none of it. Nobody wants to talk about in the mob and the media there the failed Biden Obama record. We've been telling you about it I won't do it now, you know. Why didn't they do criminal justice reform opportunities owns police reform. Why didn't they do any of these things after Baltimore, Ferguson? Why didn't they do it after other high profile incidences? Is that trump and three and a half years against basically everybody in the mob in the media against you know wild Walla coup attempt went on for three years of his presidency. He was able to accomplish more for every minority demographic group in the country with shattering record low unemployment with a new record, low unemployment than another new record low unemployment, then another new record low unemployment. You know on the economic front of this unity deal with Bernie twelve weeks of paid family and medical leave fifteen dollars minimum wage. A bill that would you know? Look into reparations? Democrats committing to the first step of HR forty which. Is the reparations bill that it would re repeal right to work laws? Meaning workers cannot be forced to join a union claiming that such laws undermine worker power policing. We already knew about where they stood on policing. It was Donald. Trump's already done all of these reforms they didn't do it calls to. You know defunding police, but you know whatever the reforms are that they're going to do. We know what it is because they they're now doing it, and he's now supporting it, and now he's even saying it. And healthcare they don't call it. Medicare for all which was sanders signature proposal, but then I'm calling it the high quality high quality. Okay, public option plan without deductibles. What do you think that means allowing people to enroll in Medicare sixty s that is sixty five by the way nobody tells you. Medicare is going bankrupt. Nobody tells you social security's going bankrupt, but they are, and this is the same guy that gave you. CARE keep, your doctor plan and save money. Millions lost the doctors. Millions lost their plans, and on average were paying two hundred percent more for health care. What happened to saving twenty five hundred dollars per family per year. Know why is it that there's almost forty percent of the country now? That has one obamacare exchange. And, that's it. Take it or leave it. And if we had the mandate, you'd have to take it from. Police got rid of that part of it. It's GonNa. Be You know open borders? It's going to be. Amnesty is not going to be a border wall. That's not going to be good. Education is basically everything's going to be free and leave and give you a free student loan. Forgiveness I who who's GonNa. Why did I pay all my student loans back that? I paid them back then they have the climate change Task Force. Led by another adviser of Biden Alexandria Cossio Cortes you know circus former secretary of State John Kerry and they're going to put that in the in the platform. documents recommend Biden, commit to move in the US to being fully powered renewable energy ahead of the previous, his previous twenty-fifty deadline. You know a zero net emissions for all new buildings by twenty thirty. Nobody's going to be able to to to make the upgrades to every household and every commercial building that they're gonNA demand. This will bankrupt America. You know the reason I wrote this book that will. We will release in two thousand six days. Live or die I. Have a whole chapter. It's chapter. Four, socialism. History of failure, it follows chapter three welcome to fantasy land, the Democrats, twenty twenty agenda. and. I'm telling you it's. When you put the two chapters together after you read all that they're proposing and all the promises that everything's free, and the they're going to get rid of oil and gas in the lifeblood of our economy and in the process. Me Tell you what this will lead to the greatest most tragic. Precipitous decline of a nation the world has ever seen if these idiotic policies are ever adopted. And other words if we adopt these policies America as you know it with freedom, they can. We've used this freedom for the advancement of the human condition more than any other country ever in the history of mankind. But if we do it now, it'll be an unrecognizable country that will result in less freedom more poverty more misery and I don't think there'll be a way to dig yourself out of that hole ever. Scary Times tell you. President trump has a huge announcement for his top supporters. We'll be celebrating the two thousand and twenty. Republican National Convention this summer and he wants you to enter for your chance to join a method convention. If you win, the team will cover the flight hotel and give you VIP passes for yourself and a guest. All you have to do is text. I two, eight, eight, zero to two today for your chance to meet President Trump at the convention. That's F. I. R. S. T., two eight, eight, zero, two two to enter to win this once in a lifetime opportunity to be his special guest paid for by Donald J trump professor nick. Watching Biden now is in. Pennsylvania and I don't WanNA play but I guess there's like seven already pre picked up some call media. People there see what they ask him, but he he's got the teleprompters there. And keeps reading the teleprompter. You know and I'm like okay well, you know presidents use teleprompters. I don't have a problem with that part I. Think put up the answers as soon as you know. The question comes up. That GONNA be in there. Because, you can't see behind the teleprompter. I'm just curious. I mean. Or is it. You know you'll be able to tell by I think the way he answers would be looks the person in the eye walks. You know looks at the person not at the teleprompter. Want to see what happens there. I just I I don't trust anything that they do. I really don't I. Think everybody in every. Here's another thing that people tell me all the time. Democrats are telling me that they know Joe does inhabit. They know he's not. He's not up to the task. They, know he he. He's he's absolutely. I'll be charitable here they don't. He doesn't have the mental alertness, strength and stamina to be president, but they don't care. They just they just hate Donald Trump. And that's why we got Biden. Basically embracing word for word, the Birdie agenda I'm pretty much everything climate change now the police of the enemy of the people and defunding the police and the economy and redistribution education healthcare immigration, the green new deal. I mean you know this is now Biden's America? And you know for Bernie Sanders to admit what he's admitting year he'd be the most progressive candidate president pretty much in the history of the country. That's a pretty daunting admission. And and he's out there saying that. You know, and he's calling it a compromise, but I. don't see it as a compromise as much as I see it as A. Full embrace of Cossio Cortes and Bernie Sanders radical extreme socialism. And by the way they're the ones that are advising him. They're the ones. He's looking to the ones that he's making deals with now usually. 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Nine eastern on the Fox News Channel, please spread the word for Birdie Sanders to say after this unity platform agreement, which is Biden adopting the most radical, the most extreme. The most. This is the socialist dream utopia. Candidacy This is if these policies are implemented, it will end in predictable failure. It will end in a loss of freedoms it will end in greater poverty and greater misery. It will end with more bureaucracy. It will end with nothing. But empowering bureaucrats at a level they'd never. This is what he means what he says. We're going to transform America what well now. We know a transforming it in into means. You know him going on that. The police are become the enemy. Absolutely we should define them his words. All in Senate. By the way if you're not voting for Martha, mcsally and Arizona pay close attention because this will be the Schumer led Senate. Now this will be there now. Floating ending the filibuster something I think Mitch McConnell should have done. Ahead of a Biden presidency imagine that now they'll do it. But if you look at that what Biden is doing here? You know all of these concessions to the the sanders. Elizabeth Warren Ao see wing. On climate change and the new green deal and Medicare for all we'll just give it a different name. we know how this is going to end in. It's not going to end well. And, there's nothing in these proposals that are going to increase your freedom increase investment increase American ingenuity. What I always say Barry Farber. The best country in the history of mankind the United States I guess you're not any longer allowed to talk about America's greatness and exceptionalism, not in vogue. It's not in fashion. It just happens to be a fact. No country is a perfect country, and yes, we have a system designed to always become a more perfect union that system is based on a constitution that constitution is the foundation of our rule of law that rule of law that now results in what the ability of we the people to elect representatives, so we can right wrongs correct injustices. Something by was not early in his career any part of. The Pelosi Schumer Biden love of the former Klansman and segregation speaks volumes about who they are. You know the fact that Donald Trump now he's not. He's not a symbolism guy, but he's a guy of action. What are the actions criminal justice reform police for form? The greatest governmental partnership with historically black colleges and opportunity zones, and the you know what the the bread is, you know. The answer the solutions the results they speak for themselves. Record after record low unemployment. This is not gonNA happen. You Know Biden Oh. We're going to bring jobs back to America. What cliche is that? Why didn't you do it? Why would you tell us when you were Vice President? Those jobs ain't coming back. Now, it's all so that means eleven million illegal immigrants. I means that's amnesty. That means open borders. That means the United Sanctuary states of America that means ice will be eliminated. Ice Won't be able to enforce the laws of the land. They won't even bother about prion trying to change it. You know the literally every concession to the Sanders Eos c wing on on this climate change new green deal madness that would eliminate the lifeblood of the world's economy. And I'm like that's where we're going to take this country. That is what is at stake. Why did I use the subtitle? America in the world on the brink, and then in Latin live free or America dies because that's what's at stake here. And and that means pretty much. Everything is at stake. By the way, and then you look at the media, the, Washington Post is just despicable newspaper. Trump could lose and not leave. Okay. Do you really think that's GonNa Happen. But, this is this. This is the media. Is the hate trump every second minute our everyday? They can't is make stuff up. You want to be safe in America. Guess what You'RE NOT GONNA. Have a police department to call. The ad of the president that I think it was as dead on accurate, because now it's advocated by their presidential candidate himself. Eliminating the police, the police have become the enemy defunding them reallocating those monies. You're not going to be safe. You know you get rid of oil gas. The lifeblood of our economy, the world's economy. Guess what your job's not going to be safe either. And your family's not going to be safe. WHO's GONNA protect you. I mean this radical left wing mob. You know literally believes this garbage and what they are advocating is dangerous. The squad is now advising hidden. Bernie is now leading the way advising Biden. You know. Joe Biden is you know. He's actually even plagiarizing again. Member plagiarized Neil Kinnock. But now he's saying. Buy American and let's bring American manufacturing back. That's the exact opposite of what they did. We lost all those manufacturing jobs when he was vice president. Why didn't you need to do with then? So now they're gonNA give into the far left this rare. This never happened before. Now have you want some hope or some good news I? Don't really put a lot of stock in polls right now, but. If. You look at the. Stony Brook model that we talked about four years ago. Now projects. This guy's name is professor helmet. Nor puth. Says the Donald? Trump has a ninety one percent chance of winning when nobody else thought it, he thought trump had an eighty seven percent chance of winning. And you know he's doubling down on his primary model. Correctly predicted five out of the past six elections since nineteen, ninety-six, every single election, but to in the past one hundred eight years this primary model. It gives trump ninety one percent chance of winning in November. The MODEL has gotten it right of twenty five out of twenty seven elections since nineteen twelve. So now, my putting all my hope in it know. What is my advice on elections always act like you're behind even with trump. It's always going to appear that. They're behind because they don't even know how to pull anymore. You know their. Poll registered voters Let's Let's poll twenty percent more Democrats. That's not going to work. When you look at Biden social security agenda, they'd literally copied it word for word from Bernie Sanders You know if you look at his economic agenda again. They literally plagiarized it from Bernie Sanders then they plagiarized by American from Donald Trump. I mean what are the. What is he going to now? Put put on a blue make America great again hat. The I mean he steals everything else. But now what he's stealing is from the hardcore left wing of the country now another thing to watch for and. We've been talking about it. I know the great one mark Levin has been talking about it. And that is this idea that they're going to try and. Create a buffer so that Biden doesn't have to debate donald trump. And you've got Thomas. Friedman, saying no, no need rules well only debate under two conditions one that we have a fact checking squad. What are they going to have at Jack? Twitter's fact, checking team from CNN and the Washington Post and you fact check during the the middle of the debate. That's what campaigns are supposed to do. Really, that's that's got to be included, or he's not going to show up I thought. He was dying to debate. Try I can't wait to debate. Try can't wait to put my cognitive abilities against Donald Trump's cognitive abilities, okay. If. That's what you're GONNA say. Okay so we'll have a fact. Check team running and ten minutes before the scheduled conclusion upcoming the fact checkers always going to fact, check the fact checkers. You can't even you just. It's just unbelievable. Debate. I thought he was couldn't wait to compare as cognitive abilities because he's tested all the time for his cognitive abilities. I like to see the results of the test of his cognitive abilities and I'd like to see him. Take the same cognitive test that Donald Trump token aced. Take the same one. Let's see how you do Joe. And have the same people administer it. You know you know. Police have become the enemy that when they're when they're like the military bay. Who What do you mean like the military invading? You know. Joe Has Been. What's wrong with Washington since he got there in the seventies for crying out loud, what does he ever done? You know trump always says all talk no action. Okay by the way they want transparency on the other thing that the New York Times as saying, let's. He gives up his taxes. We have the court ruling today, which basically throws it back to the lower court and I mean the SA-. I'll tell you one thing John John. Roberts is a disaster. On the Supreme Court and let me tell you what's happened to John Robertson and I have had my insider sources, telling me this for a long time, and it started with the obamacare decision. And John Roberts is more interested in how the court is perceived than actually following the constitution and the rule of law. That's what's happened John Roberts. As far as you know, other I I just it makes no sense to me. because. It's not constitutional. Then you have come doesn't appear one article out today. He was on Fox News Dot Com. The Biden does not inspire confidence in Young African Americans. And on Wednesday USA Today reporting that many black voters are not in. About his campaign, even hesitating to vote for him. Kanye West. He's taking a very strong position. He tweeted out a photo of babies in the womb, and these souls deserve to live if he's serious about his presidential run. And you know I guess. He deleted tweets, and he also pointed out something. We made a point about many many times about, and that's you know the founder of Plan parenthood. What's her name? Margaret Sanger? Whatever name is? You know was a racist and believed in. You know eugenics. Absolute full on why we pay money for that. Why are taxpayers pay money for that? Doesn't make sense either. You know as far as now Joe Biden's plan okay? You have the squad now. Congress wants to de-fund police around the country and with it. They WANNA reparations bill attached to it, You'd literally have you know this is socialism Marxism? And now they're openly on the left. Talking about as Biden is talking about a transforming America and rebuilding America but we into what we only know that it's going to be there socialist utopia. you look at you. Know everything else. That's happening I I love how you know. CNN is blaming the skyrocketing violent crime on Reopening the economy. Oh. I thought it was corona virus. I mean so. You know I'm telling you this? All of this gives me a very bad feeling. Because now, we know where they're headed. You got all these liberal cities and states they've been left helpless have a Minneapolis Salon owner, saying that the city is not helping after the business was torched. I'm just left alone unquote. You Got Bego Bozo. You know the guy that wants to go door to door and confiscate guns. That is also an adviser to Biden. You know blaming the GOP death cult mentality for the rise of violence that Y Bazo Bozo. Got A An activist, confronting the Minneapolis City Council members over dismantling the police force. now they WANNA get rid of the police force, black lives, matter and five years no more police period. Seattle is holding as I said these segregated training sessions on undoing whiteness and encouraging staffers to quote forfeit guaranteed physical safety. How do you have a pursuit of happiness if you're not safe and secure in your home or your neighborhood or your city or town? I. Don't Know How you begin to get to pursue happiness if you're not safe if our kids are being killed in their backyard on the fourth of July or if they happen to. Drive down the wrong street in. ATLANTA, not realizing that it is an autonomous zone that was set up in Atlanta that the Atlanta mayor refused to deal with like the Seattle mayor refused to deal with it. You've got on top of that, okay? What about all crime victims? You Know New York City spiraling out of control. You know that now. They're actually forcing cops in New York. That want to retire. They're limiting retirement applications. They don't have a right to limit retirement applications. If you did your time, you get to retire. Eight hundred they want out and I don't blame them. Then we have in New York state's attorney general calling for a change, an existing structure of the NYPD will be change with a billion dollar reduction in spending that changes coming. That, that's not going to end up well for anybody. To cancel. Culture now is everywhere. I'm just I you know. What am I saying? New Green deal and of energy as we know it redistribution of wealth, everything's free. They implement these policies America's. You know it. The shining, city on a hill, the light to the world, the country that literally abused less power than any country in history would not perfect, but we always worked to become a more perfect union, but We're able to do that even in spite of the people that Biden Pelosi and Schumer and bill and Hillary admire the segregationists in their error that they always praised and everybody in the mob is willing to give them a pass on which they would never do with Donald, trump. We still can become a more perfect union and we've made progress, but we have a lot of other progress. We gotta make think the first thing you wanNA. DO THEY WANNA DEBATE STATUES OF NANCY? Pelosi is now supporting the right of people to do whatever they want. Okay well. Why don't we I make every day every American? Saint secure in their city in their town. 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Expect trump to do the same exact thing he's been doing. Why is he gonNa Tacky me the beginning. Why did he risk and he should have been impeached. Why did he risk getting convicted by going to a foreign leader to say you're not giving me anything on Biden? There's nothing to get. Just tell me you're going to investigate him so I can hurt him. Have you ever seen a sitting president as concerned about a single nominee and trying to stop a nominee? Can you think? He's vice president. Do you think your son is fair game here? His son or my son, your son Hunter I. Don't think I don't think our sons are fair game at all. No one has said he's done anything wrong. Except the thug. Rudy Giuliani come on Rudy Giuliani. Windows when he said I hope you know what you're doing. What did he think you were doing? Well, he read. The press reports that I joined the board of. Ukrainian Natural Gas Company and there's been a lot of misinformation about me. Not About my dad nobody buys sat, but advises idea that I was unqualified to be on the board. What were your qualifications to be on the Board of very smart? I was vice chair of the board of Amtrak for five years I was the chairman of the board of the UN World Food Program I was a lawyer for boies Schiller flexner one of the most prestigious law firms in the world. You didn't have any extensive knowledge about natural gas or Ukraine itself though. No, but I think that I had as much as anybody else. That was on the board. If not more in the list. You gave me the reasons why you're on that board. You did not list the fact that you are the son, of course no. You using that played? I think that it is impossible for me to be on any of the boards that was just mentioned without saying I'm the son of the vice president of the United States. You are paid fifty thousand dollars a month for your position privacy. There's one thing that I. don't have to do. Sit here and open my Komodo as it relates to. How much money maker didn't, but it's all been reported if your last name wasn't Biden. Do you think he would have been asked to be on the Board of Barista? I duNNo. I, Dunno, probably not. I don't think that there's a lot of things that would have happened in my life that that if my last name wasn't fighting, did these Russian criminals Putin operatives when Hillary was secretary of State? Brock Obama's the president and Again you're you're they're when they first get into office today? Express any specific Clinton strategy had to get her on board or did they express any Obama strategy. This was a criminal investigation of people that I had reported. And yes, the Russians and the United States conspirators I was working with stated the Clintons were implicated, but that was not the focus of what I was doing and I did not believe until uranium. One approval actually happened. that. The indications from these Russians were solid about the Clintons influencing that decision. Were they telling you that they had confidence that Clinton would sign off on this deal absolute confidence. Should they have confidence? That Obama would sign off on this deal they were. Quite sure that Obama and the administration who they had deemed and. Labeled as being very weak, multiple times would respond favorably that you know. Listen to what you just heard there by the way hour two Sean Hannity. Show eight hundred nine four one, Sean. If you WANNA be a part of the program, the last cut you heard was William. Campbell remember the uranium one informant, saying Russian operatives for competent. They could get Hillary Clinton and Obama to sign off on uranium one approval. Approval and what we ever hear from any Democrats about any of this nothing, we have a a dirty Russian propaganda. Misinformation dossier bought and paid for by Hillary Clinton unverifiable, now proven false used as the basis to spy on a presidential candidate, transition team and deep into the presidency of Donald Trump and and now we're hearing reports. Vo John Durham might not get to the end of the investigation until after the election. How did we move so fast when it came to Michael Flynn and Popadopoulos and Manafort and cone. And Roger Stone was now facing jail time, even though he never had a fair and impartial jury I mean it's just unbelievable to me and on top of that. Then you got Joe by. Nobody believes this, but rudy. No, you said you're not getting the billion until you fire the prosecutor investigating my zero experienced some hunter. You're paying millions for for an annual hunter Ono Madani any experience in oil, no gas. Gas No energy. No, Ukraine, no. Why do you think you're getting paid? No, maybe because your. Your father's the vice president. Probably you know. He said in that same interview. I never got a penny from China as off the board. That's the company that he was on The got the one point five billion dollar deal just a couple of weeks after he was aboard. Air Force to and they flew into. Into China of one point five billion dollars, but he might be off the board, but he still holds ten percent of the company or his return. Just he hasn't cashed it in yet. Anybody in the mob and the media seemed to care about that. No, they really don't anyway to Joshi. We talk about your your son. Being paid millions off your name and you threatening the prosecutor with Taxpayer Money No! No. We shouldn't talk about that or oh. Okay, and it wasn't only Rudy Giuliani. Anybody at has half a brain in the is to see these ears to hear understands this, so you know whether or not is anything going to happen I? Don't know, I don't know John Solomon. He has an upcoming book. It's called fallout nuclear bribes Russian spies and the Washington lies that enrich the Clinton and Biden dynasties. John Solomon Investigative Reporter, just the News Dot Com. Well I can't wait for this book to come out should be interesting. be nice to know that there is a chance of some justice equal justice and equal application of our laws. Wise. Durham having a hard time figuring out simple. You know law one. You can't have premeditated fraud before Pfizer Court You can't lie on the FIS application and and all the other crimes we have. We've literally spelled out in detail here. Yeah, listen. It's not going to be hard to figure out any of these things right there. Sitting in plain view, they have been for years and in the book fall. Out. Out I talk a lot about not only about the evidence. John already has before him, but some of the evidence that the Obama Administration had back in twenty ten when it was trying to cozy up to Russia, when Bill Clinton was getting five hundred thousand dollar checks from Vladimir Putin's Powell's. When we were giving away nuclear assets to Russia, our government knew are Obama. Administration knew that the very company they were dealing with Ross. The Tom was engaged in bribery kickbacks and in a conspiracy to violate federal law. They knew that if four they approved the transaction that we now know as rainy one that became a big focus of Peter. Schweitzer's great book. For Years Obama administration's been telling us. We had no idea we had no reason to block that transaction. We had no reason to doubt Vladimir Putin's intentions. Well. In this book, we put out a document that debunks entire scenario in August two twenty ten two months before the Obama Administration gave one of the greatest grave giveaways in the history of US relations, giving away the uranium, one assets on American soil to Rossa Tom. There was a briefing a private basing sent across the entire government, cutting the Nuclear Regulatory Commission the Energy, department and they were told Hey. Guys Roster time that group that you're to be giving these assets to their under investigation for bribery and kickbacks and. And extortion, and they still proceeded to give away those assets, and that's not all they gave away. They gave away billions of dollars of contracts between American utilities and Russian uranium providers meeting our energy supply in the United States thanks to Brock Obama is dependent on Vladimir Putin's uranium supplies. Barack Obama Joe Biden Hillary Clinton. Those are the ones who gave away those goods to the Russians. Well. I mean all of this now is is chronicle, but nothing ever gets done I, mean I'll be honest John I'm beginning to get to the point where I just I just I'm not believing in equal justice anymore. I'm not believing an equal application of our laws, you know. I? It just seems to be this double standard. You know if if you're if you're jaywalking or you get a parking ticket. You didn't pay I. Mean that that now will warrant if you support. Donald Trump you know twenty nine. Tactical gear in a predawn raid and and fake news CNN cameras, watching it all videotaping at all I. Mean You know for process? I don't have faith in that small period of time for many of the same crimes including same process crimes, because we had multiple referrals by the inspector general and not not one single indictment. We went over everything as it relates to uranium one. I mean I I mean all the money that was kicked back. Back to the Clinton Foundation in that particular case, and she signed off on that and we had literally. We had William Campbell doing the work. He was a spy inside of Putin's network and bribery and extortion and kickbacks and money laundering. He chronicled hall of it. I've interviewed him. You've interviewed him at nothing seems to happen there either Bob. Muller was on his watch that all that happen. It's you're so true and you you. You understand and you've eloquently said why. The American public now is so frustrated. They do see two systems of justice. They see Mike Flynn get prosecuted after the career FBI agent who investigated him for five months, and he didn't do anything wrong. And then we go ahead and prosecuted many ways, and then you see people like many of the figures that were benefiting in Russia during this nuclear transaction. The Clinton Obama years. They walked away. Away Scot free with millions of dollars in their pocket and There's no consequence whatsoever, and I talk about in the book and follow up. I talk about that. The decade from two thousand nine to twenty nineteen, where we went from the failed Russian reboot the faked scandal, the thank Ukraine, scandal, impeachment and acquittal of president trump I call the decade of deceit. Why do I call it that because you look at that era, there were. That we always came to trust, so they were gonNA call it straight right. They weren't gonNA. Play politics. The facts are the facts. And that was the Justice Department the FBI most of the news media until recently, and in that decade of two thousand nine to twenty nineteen, all of those institutions turned their backs on the truth, and instead focused on politics in creating outcomes and agendas, not following the facts, not following the law. It's going to be one of the most consequential decades in our American history. If people like John Berman Bill Bar. Don't finally bring accountability to those who carried out the crimes of. Of the last decade well, I mean this is the point now. Where are we know that? Apparently for wild grand juries had been shut down by understanding. Is there open I mean? How much longer do we have to wait? Because Bill Bar said will get something sometime in the summer. I don't know what that means. And he said it's not report. The dorm was working on, but a criminal investigation. So that would tell me that you know what. What's a report Jon Salomon except Oh. It's news for what twenty four hours if that and then the mob covers it up, and then everybody walks away know. Know Free those that lied under oath, those that committed had premeditated fraud on of course, court those that abused their power. They all just walk away scot-free Yup. I don't think that's the case and I can only rely on the reporting and facts that are in front of me right now and I'm GonNa. Say Give you the very latest of what I know. In the last two months, there has been activity consistent with building a criminal case against a small number of people that were involved in the FBI rush investigation, looking at crimes, such as deceiving that Pfizer court, destroying or altering federal documents to. To make to make misleading to the court to the Congress and other crimes and I've seen activity that's consistent in any federal case of moving towards criminal charges. Now it's been sold a little bit by the Grand Juries, but listen just South Maxwell got indicted a couple of weeks. There was room New York grand jury together indicted. There is capacity and room to get this case down the timetable that I'm hearing from defense lawyers and from people that are knowledgeable. This investigation is they think something will happen just before after Labor Day at the end of summer. Let me let me take a break. Come back, and we'll get back to the timeframe of when Durham could do something here. Here with John. Salomon then we'll get to your calls. Eight, hundred, nine, four one, Sean. You want to be a part of the program. Straight to the phones his new book by the way coming out fallout, nuclear bribes, Russian spies, and the Washington lies that enriched Clinton and Biden dynasties. We have it up on Hannity DOT COM ON AMAZON DOT COM all right so. By the end of the summer before Labor Day. What would you expect a I think? There are two possibilities I think there could be a plea deal with one or two people who are in the crosshairs right now it's in their interest to make a deal and cooperate, and then I think that Coa is newt. Gingrich inviting. 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Think the the focus is on three things, false testimony alteration of documents and an effort conspiracy to deceive the court. Those are the three crimes are looking at as best I can tell from my reporting I think you might be a plea deal, and then an indictment if they can get it all together in time before Labor Day all right. John Solomon Subban. Hannity DOT COM AMAZON DOT COM. Thanks for being with us when we come back wide open telephones also we will talk about all these efforts that coverage on the other media literally cheerleading. A whole series of issues anything to help Joe Biden don't conscious mark Simone Check in eight hundred nine, four one, Sean. You want to be a part of the show. Hannity Tonight Nine Eastern Fox News. Will Continue I twenty five till the top of the hour twenty six days. This is it. I mean I can't have any more urgency than I have except that. Yeah, this election's GONNA matter. You know just just look at Biden. Look at the transformation of America look at him buying into. All Things Bernie Sanders all things. All things get the police. Are The enemy De Fund the police? Okay, you know I guess you know it comes down to this. It's will get the America we deserve at the end of the day. You'RE GONNA. Get the country. You deserve in other words if Americans if if they're not paying attention at and that's what live free or Die America and the world on the brink. You know it's it's literally. It's like we're. It's like a razor's edge. To me because I always like to look at election 's as okay, always fight as though you're down. Well the polls will you that the president's down just like all the polls and twenty sixteen cents so? And I you know I, do believe I do have faith in the American people, but they're certainly an onslaught of never ending. You know unprecedented attacks against the president. You have the biggest campaign. Ever in the history of presidential politics, which is ninety nine point nine percent of the mob in the media. They've gone all in for Joe Biden all things. Socialist radical extremists defunding police air reporting live from. It's like a festival atmosphere here. Even when the advocates saints, not a festival live on television of Fake News, CNN and MS DNC it does it matter? They'll never tell you the failed record of Biden and Obama. They'll never tell you the success of Donald Trump. They'll never educate you. On the issues of for example socialism in the history of complete and utter failure. They'll never give you. What the two thousand twenty democratic radical extreme socialist agenda even is. They they they went along with they aided and abetted the biggest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people over this trump. Russia collusion. Then, of course, the the Ukrainian impeachment. Because that is caused great damage to this country. I lay. That's why I lay it all out in writing, and of course what the option is what the president is offering. What is successes have been what his promises were. The promises kept, and on every single issue I can't even find an issue where this radical extreme democratic. Socialist Party and I agree. that. There's no common ground I don't seek common ground and the only way to prevent. It is to win the election, and that's a well one hundred seventeen days. There's a lot at stake in my view, these policies that they would implement what you think you think considering or calling cops, the enemy of the people and defunding the police. You know think of that one issue safety. SAFETY SECURITY OF EVERY AMERICAN! Ho, how do we think that's going to end up? How do you think joe? Biden will act in terms of the courts in this country? How do you think eleven million plus illegal immigrants getting amnesty? How do you think that's going to play out in the country? Saint the the United Sanctuary states of America. How does how does that sound to you? You know. How does it sound that we're going to give up all oil and gas and the lifeblood of our economy, and and give up what we've been trying to. At least attempt to achieve in seventy five years in only trump got it done, and that is where now energy independent, and whether the world's number one producer of energy worldwide. We beat everybody Russia. We beat them. Saudis. We beat them to Bennis well. We crush them wear. Has Socialism ever worked when you think about it? You know I. It's a foreign policy. Okay? What are we going to load up to go planes? With one hundred and fifty billion more cash to people that say death to us, and then the deep state gets away with everything. Book I I hope and I pray. That America makes the right choice. I'd I say this all the time? I can't may I have one vote. And I better not tweet it out. I do I'll be in trouble. But, there's a lot at stake here. Yes Linda, you wanted to say so one really important. Note about your book that nobody knows about. There is also an audio book of Linear. Die, and you're the person who actually voiced it in. Did all the work on this and I? Think that people should know that so if you're at home, you're working you doing something. You WanNA listen to somebody really giving you the information that you can't get anywhere else. You don't have time to sit down and read or your maybe outdoor Ryan. You're working out. I mean you can get the audio book. twos just wanted to everybody know that you did that. What was it about twenty hours of non-stop? Time Yeah Joyful experience when I was glad to do it and. Most authors won't do that. They won't and it's a big deal. This book it just as hard work I mean it's it's a grind, and you know of course want to interject my personality to the extent that you can but be true to the text of the book. And I think we're able to pull that off, but came out great. It's awesome we just haven't talked about. That we them. Listen to Hannity, DOT COM or Amazon dot, com, that's okay. Let's get to our Scott in Texas. WHAT'S UP Scott? How are you? very well. Thanks for having me on the air. You know you talked about Joe Biden's transformation and we just have to take a look at card. Activities compared to past for example, if you look at the autonomous zone, the people that were preventing the police officers and any type of keeping the peace or the ones holding the weapons, but the actual honest citizen and Democrats, cities has a hard time getting a weapon and hanging onto it, because the laws are turned against the citizen if you consider. Businesses they bailed out looters and rioters, but you remember the EPA that said put a boot on someone's neck, and the rest will fall in line. we could talk about The Straw with fast and furious. There were selling guns that resulted in deaths of thousand. If you, consider Joe Biden's actions in the Oval Office. Is Reflecting Toward Michael Flynn they used the instrumentalities of government to willingly and knowingly contorted the law to put a man. It was innocent in jail. They have all the documentation that speak about it so if you want to know, he's going to turn it into. Just look at what we've done over the past few years under his office. Lashley look at black lives. Matter I believe her name is Rosenberg. She was Pardoned by Bill Clinton she was a terrorist arrested for terrorism partners. You went out of the office. She's now on the board of fundraising for black lives. Matter everywhere you turn, be create anarchy in the Democrat cities of the last six weeks from not mistaken over six hundred people have lost their lives vile. It goes on. You know the thing is, and this was what was fascinating and disturbing, even with the Don. Lemon discussion that we played a little bit yesterday about and to me I. Okay. Black lives matter now I make the distinction between the group, and that's the. What do we want dead cops when we want him now and pigs in a blanket prime like Bacon, and and then I separate out, and I think rightly so people that were outraged over the death of George Floyd. And there were plenty of peaceful protesters, the anarchists among them, and they tended to just take over even peaceful protesting, and then it got way out of control, and then these governors mayors didn't do a thing or lift a finger, and now you got you know. Police precincts burned to the ground Chop Chaz zone summer. Love zones one in Atlanta one in Seattle. in neither case did it end well. You see violence spiraling out of control. Now it's de-fund fund. The police eliminate the police, and and now it's even adopted by the likes of their presidential candidate on the left, which is Joe Biden so. I and the irony is who are you going to call? You can't even in a lot of these blue states and cities even defend yourself with the same tools that the politicians have available to them because they all have their bodyguards, I mean the irony of all ironies is the Minneapolis City Council members that hired private security guards after they voted to defend the police. Well, there will taken care of Hollywood. Stars will be well taken care of. They don't have to worry about going on a plane and you know wearing their masks properly on a plane because they all have their private jets. Jets with the private security that go with them everywhere they go, and you know, and then lecture us about the the SUV caravans drive I mean it just it just wreaking hypocrisy. They don't care. They care about Russia collusion, but not Hillary's dirty dossier, not uranium one the care about obstruction of justice, but not the deleted emails in the bleach bitten the hammers they care about you know quid pro quos, but not joe and zero experience hunter. So you know these are the times we're living in, and that's what makes one hundred seventeen days from now so urgent at least in my mind. In I've got like these internal sirens, just spinning and spiraling out of control to be honest, and that is a everything is at stake here because the policies, the stated policies. Will if implemented will render America unrecognizable? The there is nothing in their economic policy that will do anything, but destroy the world's greatest economy and will lose freedoms in the process. You know you give up freedom every time they offer false security. And if you think obamacare, every promise broken, there was bad. Just you know th that's that's that's like a a you know to use the phrase in order to serve a little little hot dog wrapped in a Bun compared to the main course. That's coming of of socialist destruction. And that's what they're now advocating more openly than ever before transforming the country saying. Anyway I didn't mean to be long winded. Tony Detroit Tony how. Are you glad you called? Shaun can't wait for your book. Hope you get it out very faster twenty six days. Hannity Dot Com. If you WANNA, send me a signed copy I won't refuse it, but. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA have announcements and just stay tuned, okay? Good. Pain for you here, if sloppy, Joe Becomes President, you know he doesn't have the stamina for the next four years. Who Becomes President Max? It's the vice-president. So. It's probably going to be that Atlanta governor, or even the one here in Michigan that job here, but if they can't do the job, who's next in line? It's the speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Can you imagine her? Being the president of the United be the vice president. She'd be next in line you're. You're absolutely right. Look I. Just keep going back. You know think about this Schumer, Biden Pelosi one hundred and twenty five years plus experience. What have they done? I'll put donald trump's three and a half year record up against one hundred twenty five years of failure. Any Day of the week all the things they're talking about now. We've got to do this and we've got to do this. We've got to do this. Why didn't you do all those things in the one hundred and twenty-five years? I, you're absolutely right. Get out the vote. I'M ON HANNITY DOT COM. We've created an interactive map. You can find out who's running the district. Is You know registration deadlines early Voting Times. How do you do absentee voting? It's it's just frankly in informative part of the site. You know so that you get caught, you know. When does registration and you know? Maybe if I can't register okay well, now's the time to be thinking about. One hundred and eight seven days are gonNA. Go by very quickly. This is gonNA fly by and the next thing you'll know it's election night. You'll be like Holy Crap Hannity. It's here. And then I'm GonNa come on the air the next day with either good news or really crappy news. So you and you'll decide it I was glad to work with the vice president informing six separate task forces, which had some of the most knowledgeable people in the country, coming together to deal with education and climate, change and health care, and the economy and criminal justice in Immigration Reform, and these folks needless to say people represented the Progressive Movement out of different perspective on things ended Biden's people but there. There was serious discussion and I think a real honest in episode to come up with a compromise, and I think the compromise that they came up with if implemented will make Biden the most progressive president since FDR I when we come back just one hundred seventeen days to go until you become the ultimate jury i. hope you're feeling the pressure. I'm hoping I'm hoping you feel the magnitude of the moment. People just in their whole life that try to avoid pressure. Try to avoid. I don't avoid pressure. In my life, I absorbed pressure on a daily basis. Embrace it even and so the pressure that you're gonNa feel hopefully as the good pressure of helping to you know, keep America on the right tracking and keep a strong foreign policy and better trade deals, and continue building the wall and more tax cuts, and and judges that actually believe in the constitution. We have plenty of the don't so there's a lot on the line and energy. Independence says another one. Anyway, we'll take a quick break. We'll talk about all of this Biden's gas from yesterday. Joe Contra and Mark Simone always a fun. Fun Time and your calls also coming up next half Hour Sean Hannity Show twenty six days one hundred seventeen days to election day, and you're the ultimate jury, and we have every single thing that we believe in as conservatives on the line here you register to vote. Go to Hannity Dot. com, we'll give you information early voting. You get that information. You'll get information about absentee voting if you're going to be out of the country or out of out of pocket or maybe maybe you know you have a surgery coming up whatever it happens to be anyway, we put it up. There is a service We're giving this is a dire warning to America live free or America dies America in the world on the brink, and in Latin live free. Or Americanize the America that is capitalism, the America that is entrepreneurialism, the America that is the exceptional a nation that it is law and order is on the ballot. Taxes are on the ballot. Confiscation of wealth is on the ballot energy independence is on the ballot. Borders are on the ballot whether we'll be you know whether we reward illegal immigrants with amnesty the United Sanctuary states of America trade policies on the ballot. Foreign Policies on the ballot and most people don't even know the extent everything that you would need to know about you to make the perfect decision. We put in the book. It's on Hannity. Dot. Com all right. Let's go back to yesterday. You Know Biden supporting. The policy of of releasing police officers, records and The. Police are the the the enemy of the people really. Then going a little bit further and actually saying about the police, we should defend them. You know okay. Let's play that we've got Nancy Pelosi I don't care about statues I didn't have I don't have my grandmother's ears. What does that mean? And then her answer to what the mob is doing with the destruction, the anarchy well, people are going to do what they gotta do. Dismissing the mob. Let's play that surplus military criminal for law enforcement. They don't need that. The last thing you need is an up armored Humvee coming into a neighborhood. It's like the military invading. They don't know anybody could become the enemies. They're supposed to protecting these people. People, so my generic point is. We agree that we can redirect some of the funding. Yes, absolutely one of the things that we also need to be doing is fundamentally changing the way and I've been pushing for years changing the way we deal with our prison system, there is a need for fundamental change in us being able to have transparency be able to have access to the records of police. Misconduct charges against them to be able to know where they are so they can't go from one police department of the next. That should be held in my administration that information will have to be made available to the Justice Department and held in a file, so you'd be able to tractors. We're GONNA. Have a breathtaking opportunity. To create good paying union jobs. Deliver the promise of America Americans who've been denied it. For much too long. To rewrite our economy. So the prosperity flows not just to see IOS. But the workers who actually build the country. As his question is. The on Richmond is obviously instinctive very. Competitive Statutes Involves Baltimore Little Italy. Columbus listening. Down Have You know. I don't even have my grandmother's earrings I'm not a big. Let's see what we have in terms of monumental enough. But I don't care much about. been done on a mission under the city council. In the middle of the night, throwing this. Of what they do. People. Do Okay. Let's support mob rule. That Joe Concha commentator opinion columnists, the hill mark, simone host of the top morning show, W. O. R. Philly new. York City welcome both back to the program. mark Simone Okay, it's pretty simple. Joe's going to transform America. Police are the enemy of the people will defend them are reallocate the funds there. We will rewrite the economy and. Pretty much every single issue that matters to every American you know, add to it the new green deal. Everything's free. No Oil, no gas, no energy independence, higher taxes, open borders, Amnesty and the United Sanctuary states of America I would say this is the biggest choice election in my lifetime and I know you're much younger than me. Well. You think you're underestimating. Some of the brilliant ideas. Joe Biden came up with bringing back manufacturing jobs increase productivity created. This is this kind of thinking. Didn't they say those jobs in coming back. Yeah I I mean I know he's reading off a teleprompter, but it's like a copy pasted the president. Trump's two thousand and sixteen speeches. It's the same stuff all over again, and you gotta Ask yourself the question this guy in their fifty years. He was in the Administration for eight years. He didn't fix anything then. Are we supposed to believe it? Now that his mind is even sharper this time, he'll really fix it. He won't forget this out to do it and Joe I. Mean I it. The Democratic Party in years gone by. They used to hide it. Now. They've they've embraced everything. That is extreme, radical socialist now. He's in bed with by a of Bernie Sanders. He's openly embracing the sanders agenda. The Cossio Cortes a agenda every single liberal socialist dream checklist that you could ever want if you believe in socialism in spite of its record of endless failure and poverty and misery and government, control and loss of freedoms in a let's forget all that part, and let's just you know. act like everything's going to really be free, even though you don't even need a calculator to add up in your head that none of this is doable. Not, even embracing Alexandria Cossio Court has. Even naming her the Hud. Passports on climate team with me, but he's doing. What she has, which means that very spending than which means somebody please out there one journal. By. How can you? Pay Just for the new deal alone without raising taxes. And there's no good way to answer that, but what by never be the? Okay you're. Not It blue lives matter to your. Obviously, you wanted to fund police. So that's GonNa make their job harder. He's never asked any questions that we always pretend as it wasn't so much. Point you know for years and he didn't know anything about President Reform President from. that. We got a bad phone line. Stay there Joe, contract. Let me! Pick up on JOE's point though Mark Simone and that it does every he's right. Prisoner form was trump criminal justice reform was trope opportunity zones that was trump the the largest amount of money, the longest period of time commitment to historically black colleges that was trump to record low after record low on employment for every demographic group in the country that wasn't Biden and and Barack that was that was donald trump you know, and and you watch this media factor in all of this and they they won't ever say a good word about trump, and they'll ignore every single solitary. Screw up of Biden including when he said yesterday. It's not about real solutions for them. It's about grabbing power. It's about holding power as you said with Donald Trump. You can measure this real metrics job numbers employment numbers The economy in numbers results. When you get to Biden and Cossio Cortez. In our mayor Christie mayor here in New York, these left wing mayors. It's all superficial gimmicks rather than police reform. Come up with the right procedures and policy. We'll paint something on the street. That'll take care of it. It's just embolic stuff. Tear down. A statue will rename street. This doesn't accomplish anything and IT I. Don't know why Democratic voters fall for this. What do you think has a New York for example and probably? Probably, just for people outside of New York Mark Simone is is the most connected person you in courtesy well by far the most connected people in all of New York. And how is what do you predict new? York's already been the number one state in terms of losing people. A mass exodus has been happening California's season. Illinois sees it New Jersey seeing it and people just saying enough with the burdensome bureaucracy, the high taxes, the utter incompetence, the pandemic, the violence, the defunding the police, now and people leaving with with their feet. You know I from my perspective. Maybe I'm wrong. I think this is going to precipitate a mass exodus from all of these states now. A huge exodus, talking to moving companies. They have never had this kind of business. They don't have enough moving vans, even a little state of Connecticut. Checked with the post office. Sixteen thousand people have just changed their address from New York City to Connecticut, I mean it's going to be the same for long island everywhere and everybody is fleeing. The city. Crime is now everywhere. It's out of control. You keep talking about reopening. Broadway nobody's GonNa go there if if you look at the Theatre District Times Square, all that area looks like now. It's just a war zone. Nobody's GonNa six foot in there. I mean that's the strange thing do we have Joe Contra Back Joe? You Know New York City I'm I'm predicted like mark a mass exodus, but not only from New York City I mean mark mentioned Connecticut Long Island I think that'll be part of where the move goes, and and maybe Westchester, but I think they're going to be headed to the Carolinas I think they'll be headed a Texas I think they'll be headed to Florida anecdotally the the cost of a u-haul leaving, California, twenty five hundred bucks, two thousand bucks and take it from. California to Texas you if you take it back that same U. Hauls GonNa. Cost you four hundred bucks. Because you're doing you hall hollow favor exactly right look. The actress has been going on for a while new. Yorkers lost one point two five million people just in the last decade. Alone now when you speed, shootings are up. Fifty percent. Homicides are really fifty percents, really talking here who want to stay here, Elizabeth Place. That's so expensive and then at the same time. You're not safe anymore here I. See it in New Jersey also. Martini Connecticut Real Estate Agents. Having a best relies during upon. Because everybody wants to get out of the urban areas at least somewhere else. Is going to. Four people in. Texas in the last month, because obviously, the taxes are lower their. Tax It's a nicer place to live with the mother and the people so yeah I think York's bed to I agree all right then the the only thing. There's gotta be a requirement now if you. Know we can't do this. This'll be a joke mark, but if you're GONNA, move out of one of these liberal states, how about you pledge to the new state that you're Knockin O'Donnell the failed policies? Of the states you just left well. You and nobody how bad this is going to get a trying to people run these real cities. They're all closed. You can't lift your apartment. You can't lift your house. The offices are opened the broken ribs. It could be millions of people, even the we don't even know the full extent of it. Last year, governor Cuomo set the record for the most people leaving state of any state in the country in fact They say he was u-haul top salesman last year. This year he will be like. Mark. Maguire, he'll set a record that nobody ever believed her for leaving the state and. People buy all those expensive apartments in New York. And what does that mean for them? Well you remember something with this defunding the police, the super rich or the park avenue texts. Putting their own security, they'll hire their own security guards. This is gonNA affect the minority, but even they don't. They don't WANNA lose money on their property. Do I would assume they WANNA make money on their property. Yeah, well, it's probably too late now. Prices are already down like thirty percent in New York and plunging and again when those offices opening all the listings start, you have a billion apartments come. Come on the market at once. Prices will plunge crimes. Everywhere stores are boarded up. It's it's a nightmare and we've got another year and a half of this crazy mayor. Another two years of this crazy governor running things are. We'll take a break more with. Mark Simone Joke on the other side then we'll get to your calls final half hour of the program. An Awesome Hannity tonight nine, Eastern Fox. And as we continue Mark Simone Joe Contra with us. all right, so you're GONNA see this mass exodus happen and I'm just wondering you know we look at polls I I have A. I have a group of Poles in front of me pose done by somebody that I know. That was totally completely right? There were not many posters that were right. How do you read the polls now? Joe Conscience because there are only sixteen out of two hundred and some odd polls in two thousand sixteen that said Donald Trump would win, I read them Sean as relevant because I saw the polls in July of two thousand seventeen, and it's almost identical. The Hillary Clinton lead the lead back. She can never possibly deliver relinquish the typically Pennsylvania. Michigan Wisconsin and And we all know what happened there. The bottom line is that this race comes down once again, so those three states along I own with their lot in Florida, and the president was four this and holds everything else that he had in two thousand sixteen he will be president again, and if the Democrats had a strong candidate I'd say he was in trouble stayed. You're not once we get to know Joe Biden positions more after Labor Day in big trouble, for Joe, Biden Election Day and what what are you? What are your thoughts on it Mark Simone? Listen. The polls were rigged by twelve to fifteen point so John. McLaughlin is broken down how? I always ask DNC guys off the record. Why do you rid these polls like that? And they said it just because it helps with fundraising, you get those big donors. If they think can win, they start writing checks. You know about this professor Heldman north apiece at Stony Brook. Ninety one percent chance he says that that trump wins, and he hasn't been three hundred, sixty, two electoral, and this guy is deadly accurate every time, so I would go with him I go with him, and by the way our pollsters, McLaughlin. You mentioned one Scott Rasmussen Rasmussen reports number two Matt towery number three There's this poster that that is more local out of Wisconsin Michigan Pennsylvania. He got all three of them right and he has very different numbers. Numbers as it relates to trump in all three of those states right now, so It's going to be interesting to watch, but anyway thank you mark Simone Joe, Concha always great to have you both eight hundred nine four one, Sean. You want to be a part of the program. Live free or America. DIS The the country in the world on the brink twenty six days from today, one hundred and seventeen days till election day. Your calls are next countdown is. Is called live, free or die as you've got to have it in just twenty six forty days. And they will define America and the world on the brink. Live free or America. As we know what will die of their policies are implemented. Your Freedoms Go away. This failed socialist utopia is it's predictable failure? The money doesn't add up. The promises will never be fulfilled in the the strangest thing to me and I guess maybe Winston Churchill's old adage. If you're twenty and you're not a liberal, you don't have a heart. If you're forty and not a conservative, you don't have a brain may play into some of this I. Mean on on the surface. We're GONNA PAROLE MONEY IN A pot. And then we're GONNA distributed equally, and the government will bake it fair for everybody and and all of your. Your education from K. through college is going to be paid for your student. LOANS ARE GONNA. Be Forgiven. We're going to give you a guaranteed job at at X. dollars a year. No matter what you do, you'll get guaranteed. You're going to get government, healthy food and government-guaranteed vacations, and you're going to get government guaranteed retirement and government-guaranteed healthcare and everything's going to be free, and while we're doing it. We're going to get rid of oil and gas, and we're GONNA dismantle the police because they're enemies of the people, and then we'll go back to a foreign policy of appeasement. We're going to suck up again to the malls in Iran and and hopefully this time, they're really gonNA like us. It's madness. It it's this this. This has been tried. I think from my perspective. The most enlightening thing is as you research book, which I did with live free, or Die America and the world on the brink, and it's on Hannity Dot, com and Amazon Dot Com. And I I did a lot of research into, and it's chapter four the book socialism, a history of failure and I am that chapter. The proceeding chapter is welcome to fantasy land. What is the Democrats Twenty Twenty Agenda? And the reason when you read the socialism chapter after you read and I did this specifically. The Democratic Agenda Chapter what you begin to see is oh my gosh. Everything that Democrats are promising that they're going to do. That again. The Chapter History of failure socialism. Is is already been tried. And you'll see wow in gory details. How not only does it fail? It is failed in every manifestation. And that is ben a spectacular fail and almost always results in fewer freedoms. A not only. Not just a reduction in wealth, basically institutionalizing poverty, and when you cut out when you add to that the elimination of energy, the lifeblood of the world's economy, which is part of their agenda. It will be the fastest most precipitous most dramatic. Decline of a great nation in history. If, it's implemented. That's what's at stake in one hundred seventeen days. That's why I wrote the book. I hope you'll read it because I've. That's where I learned the most everything every argument made and I'll give more details as we get closer to release date. Every argument that was made every socialist utopia. That that we can that. I'm chronicling. Never fulfilled and always ends in disaster. So. We can predictably say that this radical twenty twenty democratic socialist de-fund the police, no law and order amnesty united, sanctuary states of America confiscation of wealth redistribution, everything's free, no oil or gas, it's going to be the quickest the most precipitous the most dramatic. Failure. In the history of mankind. And the United States of America again. If these policies are implemented, it will render America unrecognizable to your kids into your grandkids and freedom. As you know it, it will be siphoned away. A funnel. And, it's a funnel it to failure. I remember warning everybody. You know you're not going to keep you doctors. You're not gonNA keep your plans, and you definitely not going to save money. Well how did that work out for everybody? Ask Yourself. Are you paying more? Because on average most Americans are paying two hundred percent more. Did you lose your doctor? Millions of America's lost the doctor. Millions lost their plans. There is nearly forty percent of the country now. That has only one Obama Biden care exchange option. That's IT Republicans I partly blame them. Because you know after all these phony show votes that they had about repealing and replacing when the moment came, and they had an opportunity, they didn't even have a plan that they could coalesce around and I don't care if it's healthcare savings, accounts or Dr Josh. Umbrella friend from Wichita Kansas and medical cooperatives. As to do this and save a ton of money and give people better care, and in the case of cooperatives, I mean end up getting twenty, four, seven, three sixty five concierge care, and you end up getting deep deep discounts on all of your pharmaceutical needs, because he negotiates directly with the pharmaceutical companies, and then you also end up, you know you get a catastrophic plan. If God, forbid you get cancer, have a heart attack have a bad accident. Well, that would be covered, too, but the higher the deductible. Deductible and just catastrophic, and only the insurance only kicks in. If it's bad, then at that point, you know what you covered for a significant reduction of money. That's what insurance is supposed to be about, and there's ways to do it. Imagine a healthcare cooperative in Wichita. Kansas they've got what thousand two thousand people just in that one practice alone and every single patient has access to a doctor twenty, four seven. Every single patient gets an annual checkup. If you break your leg, if you you know all sorts of. Need stitches. They'll do it right there. They'll take great care you some believable. The so many creative and the Republican screwed that up. All right, let's get to our phones. Let's say hi to Mike in San Antonio Texas Mike Hi. How are you glad you called Yeah Sean how you doing? I'm good what's going on? It's a privilege to talk to you. I listen to you every day. Thank you sir. Yeah, I have a question that I would like to ask in and makes get your thoughts on about the defunding of the police department I was thinking about that I was going well. Did you find the police department that'll drive the crime rate up I mean these are the deums thinking this? Drive the crime rate up and and doing so they would say well. The police department isn't actually doing their job anymore. Even though it's they're contributing to that factor and then next thing, they would actually try to implement as a federal police force. Just like the Fed rallies in Venezuela. And next thing you know. Listen to. Some point. They're going to have to back off this as much as. It. How much murder mayhem! How many? How many muggings murders rapes? Robberies assaults, so we're GONNA have to sustain before we finally say this is a bad idea. Now the fact that you even would entertain. This idea is beyond stupid to me. It's like they're the stupid party, but I guess stupid is in vogue if you were to believe some of these presidential polls. I I just thought that after 'cause I was just thinking that. If they do get voted in some way, they're going to have to have some way to enforce their their political agenda The American people you know, and Republican so I'm just. I'm telling you you watch and you're going to see a mass exodus. Out of these out of these liberal states, the likes of which we've never seen before in this country. That's my prediction. Thank you Sir Stacey Texas next Sean. Hannity show. What's up, stacy, how are you? I'm so excited. This is the time I've gotten to talk to you well. I'm excited the you call with us. So my comment is most Americans are hard working. They work for someone else. They live paycheck to paycheck. They can't afford to lose their job. So, do you think they feel more comfortable today or in two thousand sixteen. They're a trump supporter. There are stories after stories of basic modern. Day witch trials going on within companies. They don't even tell their family who they're voting for. Do you think they would tell some random pollster. I wouldn't trust these. Let me. Know you can't let me give you an anecdote that I think you'll appreciate. There are people. Pulled me aside. People that for whatever reason they, they can't be too vocal about their political views for for varying reasons okay, and they pulled me aside and they like. Trust me. We're all supporting trump. The trust me the wear out there, but they're never gonNA. Say to their friends family, and never gonNA speak it in their place of employment, and you know what percentage of the voting public is that going to be I I? Don't know how you possibly even calculate that but I believe it's significant because it happens to me a lot. Listen. Ever ever realize but the best thing, Stacey. We can all do and I. Have this mindset and I've had my entire career right now. I believe with just one hundred seventeen days to go that nobody. Nobody can tell you what will happen on November third. If you want to watch, the liberal media choke on. We can now project that Donald J trump has been reelected the forty fifth president of the United States. It's GonNa. Take everybody to get you get out and vote. That's why we have you know everything you need to know about voting in your state and your congressional district. District on Hannity Dot. Com and I'll tell you that I always like to act like we're behind I. Want to believe that were down by six to use a football analogy that Linda would never understand and we have no timeouts and we got the two minute drill and we got the ball our own twenty and we gotta go march down. Eighty yards crossed the plane in two. Two minutes and kicked the extra point to win. Because remember remember for Republicans Florida. It's Georgia. It's North Carolina. It's Ohio. You you! You gotTa then you know pickoff. Pennsylvania Wisconsin Michigan. Maybe maybe even Minnesota will be in play. You GotTa hold Arizona. You gotTA. Shoot for Nevada. You gotTA shoot for New Mexico. You got a Super New Hampshire. You gotTA shoot for you. Know or try. Try to attain to use the right word the Congressional district number two in Maine, but you got play like you're behind. There's gotta be urgency to me I. I don't live a life without urgency I have deadlines constantly the you know the light goes on at three Oh six eastern time and I gotta go, and I got to be there and I got to be on. TV. Tucker says the Great Sean Hannity. Coming up. I gotta be there. I know a lot of people don't live their lives with that kind of urgency, and and I don't know why I just. I've been like this since I'm you know I came out of the womb? But it's up to you, Stacey tell all your friends. Kathy in North Carolina will be watching North Carolina very closely very early in one hundred seventeen days from now it'll be a big indicator which way this is going. How are you glad you called Cathy? Hey Sean the Great Sean. Thanks so much for taking my call, so I just have a suggestion. has been on my mind actually for thirty years. get rid of the demographic box. We don't care if you're white red polkadot pinstripe. The most helpful at the end of the day. You know we've got to remember. And nine eleven was a moment that brought us together and it you know I know every poll was broken down demographically breakdown employment numbers demographically for example you know I, always said about the deep state, the FBI and the intelligence community that there was one percent that was corrupt, one percent that abused. Abused power one percent that basically was involved in an attempted coup with the cops. You know it was universal. Everybody agreed. This can happen again. What we witnessed on live on television again and again, and that's what happened to George. Floyd that can't happen, but that's the one percent you know I believe that the ninety nine percent of good cops that go out there every day. Are there to protect and serve and say this about the American people I believe the percentage similar lowly is very high that Americans. Are Not Racist. There are racist. There is racism. There are too many racist and too much racism but I believe most Americans believe we should be one glorious nation under God, and we are one united American. Family loves the president you know always says and closes out his rallies with. And I believe most people are like that. I won't put a percentage on it. Do we want to do? We want always marginalize that that percentage of people that buy into evil and prejudice and bigotry and racism, and everybody agrees the most intelligent intelligent, and you have a heart. You know we. You know that there's one. 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In the Trenches: Educators Reflect Respond Inspire

Overthrowing Education

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In the Trenches: Educators Reflect Respond Inspire

"I'm Jake Miller from the educational duct tape. Podcast a part of the education podcast network just like the show. You're listening to now chosen. The network are individually owned and opinions expressed may not reflect those of others. Find other interesting education podcasts. Edu PODCAST NETWORK DOT com the institute in conjunction with Artie. Preparatory Academy Presents Overthrowing Education with your host much of welcome to overthrowing education. I'm BOT CHEVRA Frankel. And it's the beginning of April twenty twenty and we are all hunkering down in our homes right now today. I'm doing a special double sized all in the trenches episode with some added twists. So if you've been listening to this show for a while then you know that in. The trenches is usually a short segment at the end of the show featuring educators students and parents talking about that episodes topic but in today's show I have strung together twelve in the trenches segments from twelve educators across the US and even one from Canada. That address what they've been doing giving us a real sense of what is happening. All over spanning different economical areas rural city suburbs. Everything they generously offer great advice including practical tips and tools and they also give us a lot to think about and leave us with words of strength and like those of you educators listening and watching right now. They are true heroes. Did I say watching what that's right? This episode can be viewed as well. You can find a link to the video at overthrowing Education Dot Com. If you're not watching it right now and I highly recommend watching because you can see the people who spoke with me and you know me to some of the time. It's amazing to see them as they tell their stories. And here's the thing. Just as there is a huge technological disparity that impacts how our students are able to access their learning right now. The video portion of this episode shows the challenges of various Wi fi connections devices and so forth because some are clearer and smoother than others and. I'm usually really picky when I edit my episodes but this episode is very raw and real and I added some bonuses as well. I'm bringing back some of my favorite fomer shells. You know our commercial parodies one of which I fully animated also. I'm going to do something a little different for the five minute game. Show instead of me playing a game with my guest because I had so many special guest today. This game show is strictly for you. The audience so play along and then e mail your answers to join at overthrowing education DOT COM and anyone who gets six or more right will receive a little gift from US and five lucky listeners will win overthrowing education mugs you have until the end of April Twenty Twenty to get your answers in in a may episode. I will reveal the answers so pay close attention to the first names of my guests and a little something about them. Although you can also get some help by looking at the overthrowing education website where you can see all my guest names and the clues. Lastly this is a long episode. So feel free to watch or listen in segments and then let me know what you're up to and how you are coping at overthrowing education dot Com before I start with my guests. Here is a word from our first. Fomer shall sponsor it's from the second episode. Game Changers. Now you get to hear from the first set of guests. I'd like to take a quick break for a word. At first the word from our sponsor my students are so bored. I've tried to pepper my lectures with jokes. Funny Power points and once I even tap dance drought my class. The students just complained of headaches. I'm not the best tap dancer as it turns out. What can I do to engage my students more? You need to change your board students into board game students. What do you mean why sounding deep male voice? I mean it's time to get with the twenty first century it's time for Edge Guru Lama No as a game alomar. It's the quick acting one that you wave over your lessons and turn them into critical thinking games and students centered gamified learning activities guaranteed to engage even the most disaffected student that all it takes just a wave of the F. one well that at a lot of creativity and work on your part. I'll do it. I'm saying goodbye to frontal teaching and hello to giving my students a deeper understanding and more engaging experiences order your one today now you get to hear from the first set of guests. Hi I'm Ryan Timmons. I teach high school English. Ap Language and composition On Grade Level. Eleventh Grade Team taught inclusion classes in public. Speaking at broad run high school in Loudoun County Virginia So Northern Virginia about thirty forty minutes west of DC. I also have been keeping myself busy during the closure by trying to keep up with a website and podcasts. Do my own. In regard to distance learning and online education This has been tricky. And I think it's tricky for everybody but for me. One of my big frustrations was that we have proceeded slowly and cautiously which on its own is probably a good thing. It's a good way to get started but I feel like as a school division and maybe as a state as a whole in Virginia we. Maybe you're wasting a little bit of an opportunity. I think there's a lot of things we can be doing right now. That will help. Obviously we want to help our students but that could be helping schools in the future I think is a good way to to sort of force people to look at how to incorporate more blended learning to make better use of learning management systems and things like that and I think a lot of this just caught people so off guard that the response has been one of caution and very slow progress so little background where I teach in Loudon. County is a larger county. It's a larger school system and by per capita household income. It's the wealthiest county in the country. Now it you can drive to a lot of places that look much wealthier than where I actually worked. But just by that median household income. We rank at the top. The last several years as a result schools are generally well-funded. I mean we can always ask for more complained but we're doing better than probably most places in the country are. We are one to one technology but that we're only partway through phasing that in so when schools closed and I think it was march. Twelfth is when we closed and the governor has more recently closed us for the rest of the year most of the middle and high school students in the county had their own chromebooks. The county found some emergency funds. They move money around and made a a quick purchase of WanNa say it was like fifteen thousand additional chromebooks to distribute to the students who did not receive them they have also purchased. I don't remember the number it's again. It's several thousand Wifi hotspots to help students who do not have reliable Internet access at home to be able to access the online learning. That's going on so in terms of addressing accessibility for the technology. I think they've handled that incredibly well and a lot of that is by the good fortune of being in a place that has a tax base that allows for it that we had a budget where they could you know. Since we're not in the building they could move money from other services and make sure that every student has a device I believe everyone's going to have Internet access or does at this point. And so that's all that's all great Special Education concerns. I think are always going to be an issue. But if we're being honest they're already an issue in school and so while delivering some student accommodations online can be harder or can be different than in the classroom. I think if we're being really honest while everyone's I think pretty much always giving their best efforts. I don't know that I don't think we're serving one hundred percent of our students one hundred percent perfectly anyway and so the shift to online. I think it might highlight some of the places where things aren't being done perfectly or where. We still need to make improvements. I also don't believe that that is a reason not to keep moving and that's one of the reasons that we've been moving very slowly both as a as a county and as a state is because of the concerns of what do we do with. Ada How do we make sure that these accommodations are going to be handled? And there's an important concerns. I'm not going to downplay that at all. I just don't know if that's a good reason not to progress teach anymore and so we're just now hitting a point where we're now doing online distance learning review only this week next week. Assuming the school board doesn't make any changes rushing to have spring breaks. Everyone's going to get a week to decompress And then at that point we're start. New New content new instruction so will really start building momentum and doing things then So far we're using Google classroom which is good just. It's user friendly. It's simple what I thought was interesting as we have recently adopted school. Aji as our learning management system for the next few years but because the training is incomplete for the staff and because it has monroe out to students dave elected not to use it And Guy Understanding is a safe decision. That's one where for me. I probably would have said Hey. Let's just try it? You know sometimes the best way to figure out new technologies by using it in tinkering a little bit. But we've been instructed very clearly not to touch that On My podcast on the class gas. Podcasts I talked to a friend John CASCA. Who's a? He's the northeast sales director for canvas. Which is the biggest learning management system in the world? And so he knows a lot new right he. He oversees large region of the country. A lot of school systems a lot of school systems. That can afford that stuff and he had some really interesting insights about how many schools are trying to quickly move to a new learning management system into to get their distance learning rolling and he pointed out that almost none of this is going to go. Well you know that it. It's a pretty steep learning curve. It takes a little while for people to learn how to use the technology to really you know just to do it well. And so. He pointed out that while schools should probably be doing these things and while making those efforts is certainly better than nothing one of big concerns and maybe one of mine as well. Is that if we try to do too much too fast. If it doesn't go well that might discourage some people that might become an excuse not to keep doing this in the future And I sort of air my grievances about wanting to be a little more innovative or try. Something new do something. I also have to remind myself that if I was in the role of upper administration and I have to make sure that everybody's going to be on board with blended learning with using some technology over the next few years. I don't want people to have a bad experience in the short term because it might jeopardize our long-term goals myself as an individual teacher. I really sort of WanNa get going. WanNa get moving with some of that stuff but I I do understand that other concern I think in our particular situation against most the technology concerns have been handled or being handled. Well I think now we really need to think about what the teacher is gonNA teach them how to teach it and one of the piece of advice that I both been receiving and giving though my experience still limited is probably sorta cut the content. You know less as more and it's a good mantra because I keep that all the time in my classes as is when I'm teaching. Ap Language and composition. I'm always behind but I know I'm behind like it's part of my plan is over plan and the kids think it's funny. I always tell them. You're twelve minutes behind the other class. That classes an hour behind where I want him to be and you know and and they don't realize it but that's just how it always is. I know that I I just I wanNA keep us busy on. Keep moving and something for the last few years I've been trying to do more of is reduce the the breadth of what I'm teaching and try to increase the depth and we're very good on depth but sometimes where I wanNA speed onto the next thing. I have to remember that. The the the weaker students in the room allison weaker students. But the students who sort of need more time need more more time to process in practice sometimes after myself slowdown and that especially for them in a otherwise challenging class. Less is more and so as I'm thinking about what we're going to be doing online for the next of months less is more I'm trying to lay out sort of pathways. Where students can choose what they WANNA do and where most of their work will be done independently or with only sort of minimal dependence on Mir other students in that way people can sort of work at their own pace. My School Division has made a big push towards project based learning over the last few years every every teacher in the county I don't know how many teachers we were at about. We're about ninety thousand students. My school has about one hundred fifty Faculty members and every teacher in the county over the last three years has attended a three or four day. Pb L. Training. And so this is something that has really been a big push And I just you know now. The the federal government is issuing waivers. And we don't have to worry about swells like I still have to worry about an AP exam but since the state tests are gone for all of my students because in in Virginia the only year that kids take an English. Standardized task is eleventh grade. And all I teach is eleventh grade and so we already had a writing test Almost a month ago but then we have a reading test still in. May and now that that's gone the frees me up. You know we can do anything and I think that this is one of those places where this is a great opportunity. I don't have to for that on level class for that team taught inclusion class. I don't need to spend the last two weeks before the test. Just drilling the skills you know to to sort of boost the scores at the last minute and I usually wait as long as I can. We do as much as we can. That's interesting that you know. Everybody wants to talk about and get involved in and then for two weeks before the test I say all right guys you know is a point after grind on it and now that's gone and so I'm really looking forward to the opportunity to teach something new and I do think you know for any administrators who are listening. This might be one of the easiest ways to tell who's seeing the school closure moved online learning as an opportunity versus those who are going through the motions. Look at how many people try to repackage their standard test. Prep and make it look like something new that you're doing online and if you see something that even vaguely looks like test prep at person really isn't taking advantage of the opportunity of doing something. That's more student centered. And so that's something that I'm excited about now. I don't know how it's GonNa go right but I think that there's a very high chance that unless you've already been doing a lot of distance learning and remote teaching is a very good chance that matter what you do. It's not going to go perfectly as I would rather use this as an opportunity to try something new and if it doesn't go well just look carefully at what I can do to tweak it and use it again in the future you know. I don't want to do something this year. That is just for this year and that will never use again. Because I feel like I'm both wasting time in an opportunity And by having the end of the year state tests waived. I think a lot of teachers should be both breathing. A Big Sigh of relief. They should also be looking at a lot more freedom than maybe you've had you know for the last twenty years or however long been teaching and try to take advantage of that and so my words of encouragement coming from a person who has limited experience teaching through an online platform. I have done online teaching for Summer School Times in the past but I would say to use this as an opportunity and to think about things that you wanna teach or methods that you WanNa try and do it because even if it doesn't go well remember falling back on what you would have done. Anyway was either very boring test. Prep Which isn't GonNa be helpful or you're GonNa try to do something you know. You'RE GONNA try to adapt to classroom practice to an online platform. If we're being honest. That probably wasn't gonNA go well anyway so no matter what you're doing it's probably a good time to try something new because everyone's about fail a little bit and so you can drop a little bit of the fear a little bit of hesitation and this is a chance to go for and let it roll. This is such a great education opportunity. Net love what you said really really happy about it about reexamining how we teach and taking the lessons that we learned into you know our our practice when we hopefully soon get to go back into classrooms for must've If if the only thing you learn about this is how to respond to an emergency. Then that wasn't enough right because knock on wood. Hopefully we don't deal with any of this again anytime but and there's this should be useful in spite and your regular classes and we very well may have to do this again. May Have to you know I try not to be trying to be optimistic but a lot of people are saying that even if this levels out you know it could come back next fall so yeah yeah twelve dating months. It's really intense but I love what you're saying like so many lessons can be learned. Allow ourselves to try new things. Allow ourselves to fail because we don't often do that and we're not even given the gift in many schools of being able to that. I'm very lucky to work in a school where it's okay to try something and if you fail you fail and our students kind of get remodel. That first students which is really great because allows them to explore as well but for teachers out there to like really be okay with trying something new be okay with and then incorporating will all the things that you learn into the lessons. We're going to be doing hopefully back in school like this is an amazing opportunity if we grab it to do two things. One of the many things one is to figure out what those new tools are and take the time to learn them and like you said to play with them to experiment and and see how they work To to go more in depth in content. I think that's really really important And and not worry so much about the breadth but really give ourselves the opportunity. Go in-depth on things and the third thing that I think so important for us to reexamine things like exams reexamined in a standardized testing. And and is this really something that we need to have. And how much were teachers do? If they're not tied to those tests right so you know there's the this is incredible opportunity. Percents reexamination your system. Yeah there can be a lot of pivoting and I you know. I'm a person where I get stuck in between BOOT and meeting. Sometimes you know there is some value in the testing right but were overdoing it. Terribly cloudy now for should be. Yeah there should be some accountability both for the teachers and for the students. And I I don't think it's a bad thing to have some of that data to us but we do too much of it and I think for a lot of students feels like or maybe it actually is. Maybe the stakes are too high. And so you know but now you have a chance to sort of run through the end of the school year without having to worry about it and said something we should do. I actually live in the county west of rights each which is a much smaller more rural and far less wealthy place than we're actually work and what they're now doing since they can't immediately by the rest of the devices and do that they've just set up so that they do they've I don't know who they contract with. But if you go to the middle school which is like. I mean it's a small county. There's one grocery store in the whole county wanted. There's not a lot so if you go to the middle school which is in the middle of the the main town in the county where I live. They now broadcast Wi fi through the entire parking lot from the middle school and apparently the signals pretty decent so the instructions are because not. Everyone has a device if you can come in with your phone with a laptop. Whatever they're asking for social distancing. Don't leave your car but you can park anywhere on the school grounds like in the parking lot and have free Internet. There's no passwords. There's no anything and so now because the local libraries closed and that would have been the other place to go Now you're seeing a lot of people and in some cases I think there are people who are just doing jobs like we're from home for just going to sit in their car for an hour and I thought that was an interesting way to adapt Given fewer resources and you know we'll see how it works out but I think that's what's happening is a lot of people who are getting creative I just think that maybe sometimes the people in upper administrative positions whether that's county superintendent or state level While they may see an opportunity I think. They're far more cautious because they know that any accountability issues are GONNA end up landing with them and so you know and again. I think I think some caution is good but I also think one of the reasons that we're not moving faster as a state. Is that very concerned? If no one makes a decision and no one can yell at them for the Decision. They made kind of deal and and again. I might do the same thing if I was in that in that job. I I don't know I'm critical about it but it might look different from that perspective but it is interesting seeing the different ways that all the different places around Mir trying to adapt. Because we have you know very big and wealthy places and then you have very small rural farm communities and things like that and everybody's really doing the best they can I just you know what I said at. The end is really might take away from the whole thing. Is that if we go back to school next year. Whenever we're back in the classroom regularly and everything goes back to normal like we all failed and so hopefully something good comes of it. We'll have to wait and see what. Yeah yeah definitely Thank you so much Ryan I really appreciate everything and Stay strong stay healthy and keep doing what you're doing and Say the name of your podcast again. Class CAST podcast. All right. Everybody given listen all right. Cool to hugh good afternoon. I would like to introduce myself. Enroll show introduce yourself name. Secretion parents and I am an educator of all forms is what I call it I am a consultant for the Edgy Project. Along with Rochelle. We also are educators or the east average air school system Rochelle is one of the awesome S. school administrators. There who is down in the at will be call right now in the trenches of making things happen for parents and students in this difficult time And myself at lunch. A home it connects website of facebook site An instagram site that is connecting parents on to the learning and giving them weekly challenges. It kinda helped him get started so Along with that National Faculty Euboea works where I have been for the last five years words And Yeah just leading the way in redesigning and rethinking schools and I am. I'm Rochelle Scott as Lucretia already. Told you a little bit about me. but in addition to what she's already said we are also currently working at an alternative school in East Baton Rouge parish as Wael where we service over fifty schools if the elementary school was k. Through five of students who are suspended or expelled and overage his as well that they just do not qualified to go on to middle school so right now along with being in the trenches with everyone else were also having to put in a lot of modifications for our babies who already were receiving a lot of cases due to them being with us but now having to go a little bit further to figure out how to make sure that they're still getting what they need at home so a little bit about How we have been handling this distance online learning one of the first things that I thought about doing okay. Our students like Russians. Say They are not our normal normal students that we don't have opportunities for computers. They don't have the resources that they normally do. Not I'm not gonNA say all students but a lot of our students may not even necessarily have that home support to get things done so one of the things that jumped on really quickly was homemade. Nick home mechanic Like I said before we offer those weekly challenges for parents and what we do. Is We just break it down? Break learning down and allows Have Fun with their children For example the challenge that we're doing this week is all springtime so we shoot out on facebook and we shoot out on Instagram What is screen? Time was the importance of it was important to paddock next family. Time because we have all this time of his spending together and so basically what we're doing is just offering activities research resources fund for parents to do While you're taking its Greenberg so take a break from the screen. What can you do as a foul Ami? So we give them art activities. They can do a go. Outside in the garden broke plants. And so that's just one of the ways that we are getting to this home learning on these opportunities available. Not only they had helping parents to set up spectrum and Cox All those Internet services that have been available for free So that's just some of the things that we're doing so we really are an right in there with parents helping them be more comfortable but federal could be more who ramming than hey schools. We send in all this out but parents not necessarily You know understanding and then becoming a whim to all resources as coming up becoming available yes Just like Lisa said it's it's been big for us to make sure they were keeping communication open with all of our parents most of our near as they do not have access necessarily chew wildfire Internet. But all of them do have access to cell phones as we often see what we have to compensate them from our babies from bringing them to school. So the one thing that we've been really pushing is communication through our facebook page A lot of our parents. They're on facebook. They have light and the pain so they're able to access it daily so I've been making sure that we really host Things such as resources like your website pages and We have given them access to technology that they can do via the telephone I mean the sales on one of the things that we do have currently. We have a platform called class. Works and so for our students who are able to access the sales on tablet via the computer. Whatever their their technology is they're able to get on it. They receive weekly assignments that are updated by the teachers. They can get feedback through its Does assignments are differentiated. So we have a child who is in Fourth Grade. Reading on a second grade level were able to make sure that they are getting appropriate -struction or their current reading level so then they can get the interventions that they needing Those parents who do not have access. We have been providing packets for them. Currently our schools are close to where we have no administrators on the campus. But what we have been able to do and what I have done is actually the phone number two where it actually sends all the calls to my personal cell phone and so through this teachers. Our parents are able to contact us directly. They're able to ask questions. I've had several parents who are calling and they're like okay. Explain to me how to do this. Math problem can you explain to me what it is? They're supposed to be doing for reading so just having that communication piece open another thing that ace has allowed for us as several of our parents are from their their poverty level. I'm our students. They they have a lot of needs and so we have a partnership that we have with the Food Bank as well as another project called project. Three thousand that are babies are able to go in every day and they're able to get breakfast and they're able to get launched and then the food bank allows us to drop off food to those who really need it so just make you show that we're meeting all of their needs. You know a lot of times our babies in these types of situations they kind of get lost in all of the Hustle and bustle of making sure that we're making sure they academically have what they need but a lot of our babies. Academics is not focused right now. So it's very important for us that we ensure that. Hey we're getting you the academic piece but what else can we assist you? What else do you need? And even as Allah creature referred to earlier just providing them pieces that allow them to connect as a family You know I think that's big with the homemade connect. It's just a matter of aid. We're GONNA go. Work are GonNa do things around the house we can you know get out and have conversations and that's the big thing for us even in this moment is that I think this is a blessing in disguise. You sometimes have to look at it that way because a lot of our children come from broken homes. They come from places where Bacon not really have the opportunity to grow as a family and this is pushing them to do that in just a just to piggyback on. What Rochelle said I know it may seem Uncommon to say okay. We're pushing facebook. Okay we're pushing instagram. But for the population of students that we have. We have to meet their needs. Somehow there's a lot you know we talk about a lot about inequities then but the gap is GonNa continue if we don't provide these resources somehow and so this is the this is the avenue for us. This is the way we are able to meet our students Where they are. They don't have like we say we don't have the computers but we know they have phones and and ultimately the students on appearance have owned so reconnect and learn through facebook instagram. We're going to do that. And I love how. Rochelle is even that communication open as we can do open all the rubble. The Robo calls will be calling out to their phone. We're talking to him just to Kinda give them that. Ki Skin appearance that piece but also making should have learning is still occur. Yeah yeah definitely I also think a big thing And that we're pushing even in the next couple of weeks Is that just like when nine eleven happened? Our children are actually living through a time. That is GONNA go down in the history books so even having that be a part of the project should were big in project based learning but kind of bringing that into the home does letting parents know letcher. Babies take pictures. Let Your Babies Keep a journal? Let them keep a diary of what is happening now. with with the virus what's happening in the world. What are they seeing on the news and actually how is that affecting them because they need to understand this history in the making light? It's happening right now. There are heart of it so it gives them an outlet not just so Have to do academic as rigorous as as that but actually learning while. They're in the process of going through what is happening right now and also it helps with that social emotional you know because a lot. Iraqi is they suffer from anxiety. They suffer from depression. I mean we've had kids. Some of them have been suicidal. And so in these moments against parents kind of tool to offer up support you know. How do we connect? How do we talk about this? How do I address it even if I am nine equipped to do it? Here are some resources tools. That just let the baby's draw you know or let them just have conversations about what they're doing on our students. I mean I'm teachers. Eventually they're going to towards establishing quit youtube channels just something that they can get on. Maybe once a week and read a story to their children on dude fluency. Israel's with them just something that they can do because youtube is big with our babies almost as big as diktat. So that's making sure that they're having access so that they can see a friendliest base familiar face and know that everybody is okay. Yes Oh my gosh. I honestly wannacry Harshly from joy. Of what. Amazing things you're doing and partially from just total heartbreak because situation but I'm so long away by what you all are doing. I'm just I'm floored. I'm I'm honestly. I'm floored that was beautiful and And I think it's GonNa be really really helpful so I thank you so much I mean I'm just like I really. I'm I'm so emotional right now thank you so much. I think you have a good email. Everybody be well thank you you too. They say hey guys. I wanted to just reach out to overthrowing education podcast Just talk about how leadership is supporting us going through this tough time my name. Is Adam Hengel? I and the coordinator of instructional services for the West Southwest Milwaukee School district in West Allis Wisconsin. We are a school district of about eighty. Two hundred students Almost seven hundred staffs teachers principals Educational Assistance and my role as coordinator of instructional services. Is I help support All of our leadership teams. We have eighteen different schools and I support for schools really heavily with other members of my leadership learning team and I was just GonNa talk a little bit about how we're helping them get through this tough time and managing distance learning. I think the number one thing that we've been trying to preach since the beginning is that flexibility is key that we actually Started planning for this and we heard I schools. Shut DOWN IN WASHINGTON. State The Superintendent Myself and our director of leadership and learning. We all started kind of thinking about what does is GonNa look like not knowing what the situation was. At that time there are schools who are closing for you know twenty four hours for deep cleaning and then now that it evolved over the course of three weeks before our governor ended up shutting all of our schools down so We've always preached that flexibility. Is the key if there is something that is not working. Please do not continue to do it. Come up with a new solution and figure out what's best for our teachers figure out what's best for our families and most importantly figure out what's best for our kids that being said. I think that we've had a really Successful transition into distance learning Kind of better than we actually had imagined. Better than some of our local school districts in our area a we had a lot of digital platforms. That were already in place We would we governor shut our schools down. We had one professional development day in which really the only guidance that we had given Was just some kind of hourly requirements. We're looking at about an hour for four K to first grade two hours a day of interaction for second third grade three hours for fourth and fifth grade and then about half time for our high schools so all of our intermediate and high schools six twelve. We kind of just broadly. Everybody's using Google classroom that way. Most of our teachers had already had that set up to begin with so that way students weren't learning anything new there's a number of different online platforms out. We also use. They just continued using. It was just Just as normal as if they were going to school they're logging into those on my platforms completing some work. We have some challenges going on some design thinking challenges some longer term projects that are going on as well But we've tried to keep things as normal as we could I students in our families so Like in if a school is using bloom's or seesaw or classroom Dojo or Google classroom. We've ask those teachers and those schools to continue using those methods of Communication. Because that's what the schools have been using for the entire year. That consistency has really kind of brought down some of the anxiety levels for teachers some of the anxiety levels for our principles and especially our families. We were fortunate enough this year This is our first year of having a standards based report card. So we've been able to pick three or four standards at the elementary level and focus on those for about two to three weeks worth of instruction that's been really important for us. We've developed essential questions and really designing some longer term assignments Around those essential questions around those we come I can. Statements are all written in student and pair friendly language so really taking two three four. I can't statements in framing out like a three week project We've had some really Some large shifts in some of our buildings of project based learning So they're already used to. Maybe doing a story board activity where they're taking three or four standards and designing lessons around that and then For Attendance we've been doing the daily check in so it might be a simple question. Maybe interaction somewhere online in a Google class or may be see-saw that just so we can get our our eyes on our kids every day. That's been our number one concern. Is just making sure that our kids are safe making sure that they have what they need. They might need a just person to talk to you know. Our kids are used to seeing their teachers eight hours a day. One hundred and eighty days a year. And that's really that human connection that we've kind of centered on so some of the questions are like. Hey what did you do yesterday? Other questions are what did you read yesterday. How did you interact with their family yesterday? so really trying to keep those connections strong amongst this difficult time. We've got a lot of teachers. That are zooming. What their kids every day we've done? Zoom RECESS SAYS HE'LL FIELD. Trips with teachers. Read Aloud. Anything that you can possibly imagine. I've Seen My. We are so proud of our teachers. They have done an amazing job. Just got an email earlier. That teacher had planned a whole bunch of spring break trips For kids to go on so our kids have been engaged. They've been really excited drought this whole time. Obviously they're missing that human connection with their teacher but in that virtual space our teachers are doing an amazing job for me what this looks like as a as a district administrator working in a number of different schools in with in a number of different leadership capacities. I've been doing weekly Zoom connections with a principal's leadership teams and since I also act Oftentimes as a coach for leaders and for some of our teachers had been doing weekly zooms with them They've really appreciated it just to have that adult interaction as well not. They're zooming what their kids every day and having Google hangouts their kids every day and they're seeing their spouses and their own children that live in their houses. But outside of bad there's been a minimal adult interaction for some of our kids so they are some of our adult. Sorry so they've appreciated that as well. I know in the first couple weeks I any teachers phone number that I had had in my phone book. I tried to send a text to just making sure that they're okay like I said number. One is our relationships with our kids and we preach that all the time so I was just checking and making sure people are okay with a Nazi. And they're their twenty five kids if they're known entre teacher there hundred twenty five kids if they're a secondary teacher on a daily basis Sent out a lot of emails to staff just thanking them for their good work over the next week or two here. I'm going to be going through my camera on my phone and anybody's classroom that I've been in and I've taken a picture in their classroom space or I've seen something that's really struck me as positive in their classroom space over the course of the year before that picture back to them and just let them know how much appreciated I think. That's one of the number one things we've also tried to continue some sort of professional learning. We are looking at creating some online book studies. We're doing that with some of our leaders actually. Starting tomorrow we're having a book study on. Innovators mindset with George curious as he's been a speaker in district for a number of occasions We're GONNA do some zooms flash. Pd next week as at spring break for us. So nobody's really going anywhere so we've just had some people reach out and they've said they've been willing to lead like an hour zoom session on how important it is to give feedback to students or An hour zoom session on what an online discussion could look like. So that's been really powerful. That actually our staff has reached out to me and said that they're willing to help people who who might be struggling or looking to try something new and keep this momentum going We've also tried to connect with a bunch of people on twitter in order to zoom since a Lotta people have a little bit more time on their hands than usual. So we've set up some professional development opportunities with some local authors not only from Wisconsin Milwaukee area but also nationally as. Well So. We're really looking forward to that Another thing that we've been working on to support. Is this idea of a passion. Project so whispering. Break coming up the next few weeks. We really want to keep our kids engaged in Wisconsin. The weather has not been great. It's been about thirty degrees. I think today at topped out at about fifty degrees which I know there's a ton of people walking in my neighborhood taking out their dogs and things like that so we're really hoping to capture some kids passions when they come back from spring break and those weeks leading up into me. So we've designed a K. Twelve district wide project around student passions and talking about the importance of multiple iterations of that passion. What they're learning from when they're trying things. It could be something such as learning the piano. It could be playing the Guitar. It could be cooking. It can be riding your bike a skateboard playing fortnight. Whatever that looks like whatever the student passions look like. That's what we're trying to capture so we'll tie in a number of the different grade level. I can statements into that but it's really just an opportunity to unify our district k. Twelve all all of our students are going to be working around this passion project. And we're really hoping that we can publicize the great things that our kids are doing on a daily basis. Because we're seeing some really really high quality work that we We hadn't released seen in the classroom. In some instances. I've been challenging a lot of teachers and leaders as to what they're doing in this time. Now that's going to continue when we do get back to school whether or not this the end of year or the beginning of next year as he principal started youtube channels. I see I see teachers. Doing stop motion video at the high school level in order to summarize pride and prejudice. There's just been some amazing pieces that have come out of this and really shifted some people's thinking so we're really looking to capture that momentum so that's kind of how we're supporting our teachers and our our eight thousand plus students and of course our families as well through that constant communication and just keeping that momentum moving for all of our learning for all kids so hopefully this helps out Give me a follow on twitter at W. A. W. Instruction and Just stay safe and remember. Take care of yourself I. Thanks bye hi. My name is crystal Wesley. I am from Oklahoma. And of course with all it's been going on most of our district's have gone to distance learning or online learning platform along with my kids decided that we for the time being would be doing something to help all of our community as well as our friends nationwide in decided to do a. Corentin with the Westley. Show every day where we come in. We do either art project or some type of learning enrichment something with reading. I mean we've made LEHTO. We've made paper airplanes today. We have just done so many things in what it all was about for us was just providing some part of family engagement but also with four to every day because we know if distant marine sometime there are parents involved in sometimes. They aren't parents that can be sitting with the kids everyday so no matter what we do we give a step by step instruction for kids to be able to be successful in. We make sure that the day before we either tell them what materials will need or a a will need parent help but we try to get some kind of family engagement but also engagement for the students during this time. Because we understand that. It's uncharted waters. And we never had to do this before and definitely not to this magnitude. You know you're used to a snow day or two but never thinking complex thinking that you'd be out for twelve weeks of school in-in how would I continue for me being in the area where I am? There's a lot of low socioeconomic families so sometimes even Internet is not a capability that they have so we wanna be able to provide them things that are little to no cost. You know what you have in your living room already like today. We just did something. That INCLUDED HABER STRAWS TATE. So hoping that those activities will be able to be hands on for everyone. So it's not like please go buy this twenty five dollar kid to be able to participate. It's things that you already had in your home. When we made Plato again. It was saying they already had like food coloring water flower but our ultimate goal really is to make sure that kids are not just sitting at home. Not doing anything and as I walk in. I think about all the different things that we could offer kids at a time like this. That uncharted is to create. And do our own and make it our best you know. What is it that I can do to give back will as an educator we all know that I can teach kids lots of different things but whenever you start teaching kids things. They don't have the resources to be able to do then. You're not moving anyone any further. So let's do some of those things that maybe were not allowed to do in the classroom as much because you have to teach because it's on the test teaches because it's on the test. Let's make sure that we do those things that are going to be fun. But yet engaging the kids that they're not used to doing and they will never know like. Oh my Gosh I just read a recipe and it was reading or I just did this and it was stem because it had a chemical reaction or some sort so we want to make sure that we keep kids engaged but we also don't discount them and not allow them to participate by having things too complex during this time. Is I feel like a lot of times. We do that so with this current time. We have to make sure also that we give parents way to be successful if we put twenty hours of homework for every kid online in you have three or four kids like I do. You're never going to be successful as a parent because you may have one computer in all. The kids need to do all their work so making sure with distant learning or everybody's online learning distance. Whatever it might be it's actually GonNa let your families be successful so my advice to district's teachers parents nationwide is that you do things to encourage your kids to just keep up with their learning. That could be reading books that you already have that can be watching a TV show and when the TV show goes off Asher kids the five ws. Who WHAT WHEN WE'RE WHY ask them? How would you rewrite the of that? Did you not like that? Did you like that so making sure? You're not taking things to a too complex level but yet engaging kids and families to make a difference because that's what we're here for that's what teens going to be about. That's what everyone's going to be working toward so we're all working together. Which were hoping is what's going on in this distance learning academy that we're all starting and then we have success but if we as teachers just log laws full of stuff online until kids go to this google classroom or be on this zoom meeting or whatever the case is you're not helping the kids because you're GonNa have maybe twenty five percent Because not everyone has the capabilities to do that. However every family every child has the ability to engage. So how can I engage them? Think about that rather than having kids do things that we are going to be grading That aren't gonNA teach them anything. Because this is the time like I would definitely encourage my kids. Go outside what you see because everybody's yards going to be different. Let's talk about that as a classroom. Will he saw this? And you saw that like those are the important things. That didn't cost a student in money. It didn't mean they had to buy anything to be successful. It was all about what they had and they were able to share. So think about those things. When you're making lessons think about the time commitment that it takes and then think about what difference it's GonNa make like. Are you teaching kids and allowing them the opportunities this time as a learning tool but also a memory box because they will remember this time forever that time? Whenever school ended three fourths of the way through the year. You know you'll remember this time forever. What are you GonNa do to help? That memory wasn't an amazing time when my teacher allowed me to create my own learning or was it a time where my teacher tried to make get online every day for four hours to do work about that you're engaging and just make sure as an encouraging word to end. I would just say. Make sure that you are talking to your students If nothing else I would rather call and have a conversation with each one of my kids than to have them online answering fifteen math questions. I'm going to get more out of that. They're going to get more out of that. Their parents may be so stressed right now that they can't sit down and have those conversations with their kids but if you call and make sure that everyone knows that you still care you're still here. That will help because I know for my family's at my school where I teach. A lot of them are workers from the Food Industry. And right now we know. They are receiving absolutely no kind of income. So they're very stressed about how they're going to stay in their homes how they're going to provide two but just to take that and say hey. We're still here for you at the school. Were here to help our. We can help if it's to draw. Pencils crayons whatever. I can do to assist so just letting your kids know that you're still here. Even though they're not physically seeing you daily go along way. That was so great. Thank you so much. Thank you super blown away by what people are doing and And you know. I'm really hoping that the people who need to hear these messages. The most are actually the ones who are listening. So that's the the tricky part. Yes 'cause I just I know a couple of groups that I'm on online. You know the teachers are telling are sharing their experiences. What the district's are asking to do and I'm like that will never happen. Like yeah you are causing more stress on teachers and students. Yeah they were hoping anybody we all know like I said this is unchartered waters so we don't know exactly what every kid has at home like we were saying at our school. We know a lot of our families depend on the public library system and some other like coffee shops and things to be able to get online while we know all that shit now so distance learning for us is going to be totally different. Probably GONNA be packets Pencil and paper right. Has I don't have those capabilities but at the same time. I don't want them sitting there in carving table trying to do a packet of word right. I'm not an rating ways right. Great Yeah Right I mean there's so much much anyway I thank you so much. I'd like to take a quick break for a word. From one of our fake sponsors are last fomer show break comes from our episode on human centered. Learning today's episode is sponsored by the Rocky. Watch me pull this engaging lesson Outta my hat see nothing up my sleeve prestone hoops. 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Fourteen to twenty one who struggled with mental health on the Internet use digital guys just tries for my youtube channel and blog just to reinforce the idea that that's all we can really do is just keep trying something that I'm doing regarding distance. Learning that's been working for me is just three engaging with the social media platforms that have tried to build over the last couple years Using the Hashtag just keep learning and the digital guys just tries Mike goal has always been to use platforms like Youtube Instagram facebook. Tick talk and twitter. It doesn't matter what it is. The platforms where consumers as youth and our student populations are consuming their content to kind of tip the scales a little bit in terms of beneficial real world educational opportunities for them to learn there. So being in those platforms more right now and allowing students and their families to know that we're there for them that they can reach out if need be is what's been really helpful for me. I don't think it's so much about putting pressure on students as it is about just letting them know that you were there for them if they need you and. Here's some things that you could do that. They may be beneficial during this time in terms of something that I'm doing for my own wellbeing. It's very similar but youtube in video creation takes a long time so having this opportunity to spend more time editing videos and coming up with where does business and education kind of a line in terms of what? I want that to look like to be the most helpful to youth Spending more time. Doing that is very much good for my own mental health I've also hired my own coach. Gina best is Terrific in terms of just supporting life. Goals that anyone has and it's something that I've wanted to do for a while so With the fact that I like coaching and teaching so much. I've always believed that we can hire our own too and so that's something that I've started myself Advice for people at this difficult time would be to change the quote. Good things come to those who wait just a little bit too good things come to those who have perspective and patients I I knew I had written recently about perspective and went back into my blog from boats six months ago and found posted I had written. That is just so good for this time. I mean the essence of it is that the cliche. There's always more difficult in the world and others always have it. Worse is no more true than it is right now and just taking the pressure off realized that whatever we accomplished coming out of this in terms of work in terms of learning is a bonus if you do want to kind of crush goals and take this time to really be more successful when my suggestions would be to focus on systems inhabits hire a coach or someone to support you through that because it is time to take advantage of but if you don't have systems and habits in place and you're not used to the freedom to create then it gets that much more difficult and finally encouraging words to help get us through this are Beyond perspective just that the world of social media can have a very negative thing but it can be very positive too so lean on people find people. Who are there to support you for now? If you need to tune out the ones that are negative or not there to support you if anyone wants to reach out at just tries on every social media platform. I think there is so much good happening there right now that it brings a tear to my eye just thinking about how we can support each other at this time. Thank you so much for having me on your podcast and I look forward to future episodes. All the Best High Ambitions Kisha McDonald. I am currently a curriculum coordinator and a leadership teacher at a middle school in Kylo Kona Hawaii something. We're doing to make distance learning work for as we really weren't prepared for the situation we were just going on spring break before all announced were made so we have just a core group of people quickly thrown up a website and we're finding access through a website is Easier for people who previously weren't using Google classroom and other things so that's working really well and I think as a state the whole state of Hawaii so our entire state is one school district and so across all islands all venues. It's one district and so far. We are moving forward with the no harm policy. So we are providing Richmond And we are not providing you know AIDS and to me. That's just a you know it's working because you're not putting pressure on families To deal a crisis Adila Trauma And then still have these high expectations. So we're trying to help for being a part of the community versus being just a provider of curriculum So I think that's a really effective way to to deal with this current situation of for me personally been trying to reach out to my students across just all platforms. So I've literally sent physical letters. Home I reached out to them through social media. I reached out to them through the school website and through my Google classroom and I also do slip read so I just find as many opportunities to respond rate As possible. We do that in the classroom and just try to do the same thing. Virtually Taught my own well. Being that's been harder I have to admit I kind of liken it to breathing there's a lot of contracting a lot of expanding. Sometimes I just pull in on myself and I just need to be into process on my own and other times I'm expanding reaching out. I'm calling on friends and I'm Nikki. New Friends online and different platforms to just kind of find some support in the buddy system. So I always you know. Lean in lean. And but yeah sometimes I need to lead out and take a few breasts and then a I'll go back into the stadium as it were My best advice for the situation is just again. Keep that focus on relationships and community. What are we doing a school to provide our community was services? Are we doing the the grab and go meals? Are we loaning laptops? Are we just providing a hub of resources for families who might need loans or who might need information about health services so I think you know? Schools are generally the fabric of Acuity Really Were more than just a babysitting service are more than just again curriculum. Counterpoint In my so you focus on those relationships and it's just gonNa be stronger and for me. I was just take encouragement from the idea. We're all in this together. You know the whole world is going through this at the same time I I tend to rush and WanNa provide Wanna serve and a headache and I think I'm not doing enough and you know the reality is. We're all going through this at the same time and It's not a race in. It's not a competition and I've been so encouraged by the way people sharing resources sharing ideas. It's it's just great and anything providing better than zero you know there's a huge gap and you're building a bridge brick by brick and just you know celebrate each break. Don't think oh my gosh. The gap is still so large. There are so many people. I'm not reaching. There are so many things I'm not doing. I think you just gotTa let go of that. You have to really just moved brick by brick. Celebrate each piece. You're putting in place and we're GONNA roll. We'll cover that gap. You know we will get there and you know teachers I think it was Taylor. Armstrong is that they're like Swiss army knives of of the world. You know just give us a task will pull out another tool. If that doesn't work with cloud another tool and I think you know. Focus on what we can do and what. We are doing versus. Just you know fretting so much about about what's lacking I really love what you said. There were a couple of things and so many amazing in a powerful things that you said that I want to highlight a couple of them. One of them is saying that were part of a community. It's so true and if we didn't feel like it before we we really need to realize it right now Sometimes there's an awesome sort of thing with schools between schools and parents or kids and parents or what have this is an kids in their schools. This is the time for us to jump in and embrace the community be an active part of the community and and I think this is the time and this is the way to do it so I I really love that and the other thing that you said so much what you said resonated but I love this idea of celebrating each rick. Because it's it is if we're GONNA be. I have to build a foundation. That's hard enough right. And then on that foundation we have to build the building so to speak And it has to be sturdy and it has to be strong and we need to develop those bricks and then we need to celebrate them and I love that. Celebrate each brick in this process We often focus on. What's what's going wrong and what's not happening and I think we need to celebrate every little thing that you that like you said is more than zero. This is more than nothing. And we're you know we're all aware all aware there are equity issues. Were all aware that there are connection issues. I mean Hawaii I serve. I serve at a school that seventy two percent free and reduced. I have teachers who don't have Internet. You know much less red though I you know I served in a place where I mean. My island has two hundred thousand people. There are people who live off the grid here. You know. We're not gonNA be able to absolutely you know how to one hundred percent coverage of every single person like immediately but when you start with something and build on that and you need process that you need to get out like I say my school. We went from zero to hero in a week late. We went from having no online learning to suddenly having a website cured out and it's basic and it's built on lake share. Google Docs insured. Google drives. I mean you know and it really all. It took three hardcore working teachers to put it together. And you know some teachers are still you know like our thirty year veterans. They've never used Google classroom when they're like how do I do it and again now's not maybe the time to start something new but if we band together provide what we can provide that as our starting point because the reality is this could go on? You know this could be longer. This could be more and or repeat rape so you know. We're all hoping obviously in the fall that will get to go back to our top but like in Hawaii. Our school starts in August August for the first week August. It's very likely this will be over by then so I mean I am not yeah I don't we don't know how in your right we have to. We have to plan. You know we have to clan. That's why I like the way Hawaii is just said. Look no fault no harm right now. let's just move forward let's build these processes and the navy. You know we get into a place where we can start making it more official or whatever but for now. It's like we're all learning. This is our our safe practice period you know and whatever we can do in this safe practice period. I mean it's again. He mentioned only reaching fifty percent. Your kids. It's fifty percent more than zero. It's it's right at also hoping that we can start developing once we can get through this initial crisis. Intense crisis period. Do we can also start thinking about. How do we reach that? Other fifty percent or thirty percent or whatever How do we help those teachers? I mean you highlighted something. That hasn't really been mentioned. Which is there are actually teachers who don't have Internet access like it's not just the students. So what are the creative ways we can do? Distance learning doesn't necessarily involve. Why Computer? What other things can we do? So those are those would be some interesting conversations. That will hopefully be able to happen more and more as as this continues. Which unfortunately it's going to for a little while so pray and I mean I. It's great the way people have banded together and then he. Stopgap kind of lake spectrum is offering a service or cell phone companies. Suddenly added fifteen gigs to my clan. Or you know because You know some of our kids will be able to go through a phone right again and get an assignment ray and then take you know like you say there are ways around not having the Wifi or the the constant devoted device or families who have six kids are suddenly you know right not one device cow hector's at work out so yeah again in Hawaii. I think we're faced with a lot of these things. Get these calls. These talks with people are like well. We'RE ONE TO ONE SCHOOL IN. We all have coverage and we all have an ag- I literally have. I mean at my own school. There are multiple teachers who don't have access to Internet and my friend is a principal on the other side of the island. Same thing you know. We're supposed to require to attend these virtual staff meetings. I mean how can you require somebody who attends something out of it hand? Well it's interesting even the schools that have the one to one programs. They have their own challenges to. I mean there are different levels of challenge. You know like a hierarchy of challenges so everybody's challenged with something and it just depends on where we sit depends on what that challenge ends up being very I really really appreciate you. Taking the time out For you know what I know is really really difficult. Time and Helping US and so Interesting in happy to hear from Hawaii like what's happening there So thank you for sharing that with us. We're used to being isolated right. I'm we're used to having this island mentality as well We're you know this whole idea. Mary C. Mannequin. Our culture. Here is the canoe you know. The original voyagers who left Polynesia and came across the oceans in a tiny new. And you know it's just again if everyone is halloween to the same eat if everyone can stick their paddle in to whatever part they can contribute. And we're used to kind of kind of metality so you know I mean again. We have challenges but while we also have some amazing strengths Cultural strengths to draw on and again we're used to living in multi generational families and we're used to being you know really reinforced within the family. So I thank. You know that that kind of attitude of sharing and working together as something. That is a definite Plus to being in Hawaii and again one school district across again. There's seven islands and at presents challenges to but then away once a decision is made you know it's across all the schools so it also just helps that unification for sure. Yeah Yeah for sure what we can all. We are all going to have a Hawaiian mentality now from room. Gather all right. Oh my gosh thank you so much. You said that was amazing and look forward to hearing things. Thanks Hi Andre Daddy. I am an educator from Oklahoma City Oklahoma I've been in education for over nineteen years and taught everything from third grade. All the way up to the collegiate level of Post Grad level and today just WanNa share with you a few ideas and things of concerning Cova nineteen in how educators are flexing and adjusting to meet today students of the very first one something that I'm doing That is actually working online quite well and it's just helping teachers to fine tune. Their teaching skills oftentimes tops. Teachers do great face to face but face to face versus online and distance. Learning is a different beast. It is a different story. It different ways students where face to face. I can read your body language. I can give you a warm touch or easy nod of affirmation or or we can do some back and forth that way but online. There could be some distractions online. You can have hit a different tack of in a heartbeat and you lesson but your mind can be everywhere else of because you're in the comfort of your own home and so just in with teachers. Some ways had to keep that one of the ways to do is just by using some of your own mind tools that you already have right now. Zoom is very popular. Everybody's zooming so with all of the Distance learning in the online learning platform. That we're doing now I'm just really trying to help teachers to fine tune some strategies to help them teach today students via online or via distance learning so perhaps they are using zoom to interact with their students more. Perhaps they're using Google classroom or any of those other things. I'm just trying to really trying to help. Teachers find some different strategies in ways to address that another thing that I'm doing addressing. What about those students who do not have that technology capability will always wanting to talk about equity in how to keep everything equitable in education and so for one example? I have a student who lives in the city where the student lives is just a really spotty? Wifi signal and no matter how many people have come out whether it be like. At and T. Or any of the other Internet services they just cannot get a solid connection is a dead spot. So then how will that student have a zoom conference or zoom lesson in? It is a dead spot in so just trying to be mindful in helping teachers in districts. Stay mindful of that in education where every student may not have access to it and if they don't have access how can you ensure those students don't get left behind? Those students still have quality education during this time of the Kobe. Nineteen another thing that I'm doing to help Teachers is Helping them just learned the online capabilities. A lot of our teachers They're still learning and improving on how to integrate technology with their curriculum. And so a lot of them. Our own zoom. It had never heard of them until this week or a lot of them are owned nearby it now and they're they're being strongly compelled to use it versus voluntary back in the day in so a lot of teachers who just want to learn it but they just need some extra support in some extra help in Psalm. Here right here to help them through those growing pains and we'll learn and get together Just because teachers need learn new things will better time to learn them now is. We're all inside of houses and so forth so those are some of the things that I'm doing To help working with teachers as far as things that I'm doing with my family Or just personally for myself. I've done a lot of exercising from then. I've lost over twenty pounds before the Kobe by going to the gym daily by having a routine and whatnot now that the gym is closed. I'm somewhat sad. I'm heartbroken 'cause I can get to the gym so I've been trying to do some walk living in Oklahoma. They have not shut down the entire city or the entire state yet. So there is still encouraging us to go to the park and walk around the block. Keeping your distance social distancing in so I've been doing some runs in the morning and I I I like it. I would prefer being in the gym and running on the treadmill versus running up and down the hills and valleys and streets and whatnot I don't know what it is. I'm just I'm I guess. Perhaps I'm used to to that As far as the family is concerned. We take Walks around the neighborhood around the block. Just to Kinda get out. Get some fresh air once again. Social distancing is there We've played some volleyball outside as well. Just practicing on the form and wanting to keep the form and things like that One thing that I've also shared That that I'm helping with Is a lot of my friends and I are really here for the parents because we have a lot of our parents especially in Oklahoma who are still working who work at the walmarts and the targets and who work at the hospitals and things like that and they still need to go to work and so what do we do to help those students while they're still at work and so there's a a friend of ours call home ed connect and what they do is they just don't mind having conversations with errands a lot of our parents and grandparents learned it a little differently learn curriculum a little differently than how a today's students are learning in so this homemade connect doing that. They're having that Ridge there to show the great grandparents well. This is how we are doing common core math. Now this is what is saying. This is how it stating it. So here's an additional tool for your tool belt when you're at home helping out your children Another thing that we are doing is which is being the voice for the voiceless sometimes and providing perspectives that may not be there in education One of the examples that I've been sharing lately was there was a family and It was a family of six. And the oldest. It was his job to take care of the other five. The MOM was in the medical field. So the MOM was at work doing fifteen sixteen hours shifts instead of twelve because they were short staffed all that good stuff so that was the son's job to Kinda babysitting take care a baby brothers and baby sisters and so that teacher was really trying to give that person a lot of work and so having the conversation of do understand you're wanting to give them six in eight hours of work but they are working there taking care of their family. They are feeding their family. They are helping to bathe the baby brothers and baby sisters. They're keeping track of their helping keeping the house clean. They're doing all these other roles in addition to trying to do the work I read a research poll in the research. Poll basically said the most effective time throughout the day of work is only two to three hours. So I've been trying to share that with our district representatives and other teachers of. Please don't have your students in front of the camera trying to do six eight hours of own line work or six eight hours of work books and worksheets that you purchase from any educational store that you download it. No no no two three hours at Max. Let the students have time to maybe. Perhaps you can even break it up doing our work. Fifteen twenty minutes of a break. Another hour work. Fifteen twenty minutes. We're just trying to understand Trying to share this to parents and others that that this is a new time and we have to adjust accordingly in addition to that lastly some advice that I'd like to offer to the listening audience to our parents. Our students is a today's social media is flooded with fake news and real news and some of the fake news site. Some of the spam sites look as authentic as the real news. Now it's so now. That line is blurred in oftentimes. We really can understand. Witches FIT real in. Which is fake. And so I've been sharing with others just really trust the. Cdc They are the ones who are going to give the most information. Yes your facebook. Time lining a instagram time. Lot in your twitter timeline is telling you that there is a lockdown and there's only one piece of bread left in one tissue row like I really do understand the head and I get that but actually just trusting the CDC up there saying stay inside you stay inside So I'm just trying to encourage people to really pay attention to that website versus what's own your social media fee And just really trying to find a reputable sources if you've never heard of that website before but that website is telling you that the coronas right around the corner you may not want to trust a website versus a reputable site in so these are some of the things that were kinda sharing a out with people Outlive districts outwith out with teachers to really help during this time and how adjusted overall I WANNA say. This is an amazing time for teachers to give assignments to their students about like. This is a great time to to help them with critical thinking skills and that could actually be such a relevant assignment is having them Go through the sources and and analyze them and the teachers can give tools for. How do we analyze helping their students? How do we analyze? What's real and what's fake news was what is worth you know what is reputable and What we need to what just completely fake rumor and there's so much going on right now I get it all the time about. It's not even just rumors you're talking about. It's like this is how secure it is and this is you know all of these things so. I think that I think this really important. And it's a great assignment for you. Know talk about relevancy and making our skills real and it couldn't be more real and more important than right now. Just figure those things out so I'm just thinking if I was an elementary teacher and as most elementary teachers now have Zuma count Nationwide instead of reading about a dolphin to get some nonfiction texts. You can actually pull up. something on the corona virus. Of course it would be. Maybe like elementary level of reading. That would be some phenomenal discussion. That would be some phenomenal learning. That they could then take back to their parents to their family especially officials talking about how to not touch your face or how long wash hands like this is some real life learning. That could happen in the high. So we're going to try to make the best of it and Thank you so much. I absolutely brilliant vacation One more thing if you don't mind But I would love to invite our educators to really think about in that is. How are we grading during this time of this break of yes? We're still doing online learning. You're doing distance learning but our really really like for them to process equity in the great Once again if you think about some of the students who perhaps don't have the same resources around the area around their school or around their house like others perhaps may have. That could be some inequitable Opportunities for some students to get ahead because they have those resources of what I do love that a lot of the districts around here are not telling the teachers to gray. But they're telling the teachers they help the students fine tune objectives that perhaps we're low in so I absolutely love that I have to my students. My two kids One of them has pretty low in math like a C. N. So I'm like okay. Well let's look at some of these objectives and so that teacher actually gave them some websites in some practice things to work on that. See to work on some of those those lower objectives to raise it up to mastery versus just giving them a c. for the entire year or or would not so. I really appreciate them. Not Trying to gray for the rest of the year but just saying here are some some tools to help you improve where you were out which. I think is great and and hopefully something that moving forward will have a larger effect on education as a whole. That's just my wishful thinking can reassess you know what grades are all about. But that's another show a good one environment when you do that with Melissa has part one. You know. People can Part one was called a wide rates. Fail us so we'll do a part to post cove nineteen and hopefully that will be themselves. Thank you very much Andre of I. I'm Heather Shaw. I teach in the Sacramento California area. This is my twenty second year teaching sixth through Twelfth Great. I've been a high school principal and came back to the classroom and I currently teach English nine through twelve and focus on both low level and high level. So I have everything from English language learners through Ap Language and composition so it took variety levels and have for a number of years. I also am a master teacher and a Tech Mentor at our site so I have a strong interest in keeping Teachers kind of up to date and Integrating technology not having technology Replace teaching but integrating technology as a way to keep students highly engaged to give them choice to allow them movement around the classroom to You know create and meet kids at the level that they're versus the level that we've always taught so that we have a better Relationship in our classrooms and ability to Create critical thinkers beyond what? They're told to challenge what we're telling them to look further and to Pique their own thoughts open and become Researchers in their own way so As our district is transitioning into this distance. Learning piece We took three weeks to actually get to that point so Thirteenth of March was our last day of school. We will not actually start learning until April Twentieth So it's been a very slow process We were instructed to hold office hours two times a day every day between now and April twentieth that could be left up to the teacher so even if a teacher was only emailing. I have chosen to kind of dive into this. His I was excited in some ways to learn some new things and still be able to connect with the students so we I have been on Zil. Our district does not have google meat because of some other issues that they've come in but I've been zooming twice a day with the students who show up and I've been sending mass emails to parents through our learning management system. It was been working really well. Kids love zooms. The first three or four days at Kelly had twenty twenty five students per resume. And I'm doing not twice a day after that It slowed down to five to seven. But I'm still getting anywhere between you know Fourteen and twenty kids today Checking in with each other checking in with me we doing morning meditations in my morning soup so do five minutes have just connecting everything and making sure that we're all okay. What do you think has been really important? I've been using flip grid which is video program and You can do what they call a flip grits short which is just a video. The kids don't respond to Cam and I sent one out and I said the Qr code out. Because I did it for parents. I sent the code out to the parents could hear what I just had to say to them and it was just to check in. Hey I miss your kids a really enjoying it. I got ninety eight percent Response to that. My email blew up because they were excited to just here so I think the most important thing right now for caters to understand is that our families want to hear from us. They WanNa know that thinking about their kids. They wanted to that. We understand that this is difficult for everybody. Not You know not just ourselves as we try to figure out the education but there were families dealing with the fact that in this particular viruses is affecting them. It's somebody is already in the hospital or maybe somebody has died or just that they are ill and you know as educators. Our job isn't just to teach a specific subject. Our job is to connect with these kids and these families and to help them understand that what we're giving them in the classroom is so much more than just you know how to reach. Kill a mockingbird in my case or you know what an Algebraic function looks like but that we care about who they are and why these things are important to them but also that we understand why they might not be and why. It's super important to just touch base my kids today. We haven't heard from some of my teachers in it worries me and now we know we're going to distance learning and you're only one of our four because we're on a schedule whose reached out. And so you know I was honest said I all email my admen and let them know which I did and Adleman responded with you know. We're doing our best because they are. I mean I think that's the other thing that educators and families alike need to realize. Is that this through everybody for a loop. This wasn't something that we were planning or that we were prepared for and educators and administrators and district. Sir You know. They're doing the best that they can in a situation that the world wasn't ready for you know we are not country that is scheduled for distance learning across the globe. You know we. We have places. Don't have Internet yet. Or they're still on dial up or who you satellite for it and destiny is not going to be something that is prudent in those sections until it's really important for them to also recognize that you know everybody's doing the best. They can in a situation that no one was really prepared for my kids. Feel like they might be a little bit luckier because I am so tech integrated focused so they are already prepared for things like flip grid or parlay ideas which the discussion board or Google classroom. We did everything in Google classroom. It was art faced. And even then I had smart based Steph in Google classroom so my kids are like okay. They're not worried about their English class. But they are worried about their math class or their chemistry class or their ceramics class. And I think You know I think we've all seen it grace before grades understanding that distance learning should not be six hours a day on a computer that teachers and kids and families alike can't handle or function without And then at the same time that we're still making those actual connections the idea that this is about being there for one another being there for other educators being there for the families being there for the students and being there for our own families One of the things I found hardest is the balance. I've never had to work for my house before. We don't have an office to supply you. See My beautiful outside Porch My Desk is a secretary's desk. The old style eighteen ninety s fold up with a great big hutch. That's because that's what I've needed I'm literally working out of my living room at a secretary's desk my husband's nurse so he's exposed daily. He's a pick you so that's a pediatric. Icu nurse he works with the babies and He comes home through. The front door walks down the stairs which is literally right behind my desk. Every morning. He waves it my kids when he comes in which by the way they have loved. So bring your family's into it. Let them see your pets. Let them be a part of your functioning with because we're all struggling and the best to most positive thing that I think I could leave anybody with. Is the idea that you know. We need to struggle together. Because that's how we're GonNa grow so thank you so much. It was so beautiful and so moving and some so much wisdom in there and your students are so lucky and dial I. I'm grateful I know that you're out there and there are educators like you out there. I know that educators out there. They loved their students so much. And it's it's so emotional it's moving Know we never realized we had to stop it up like this to to you know beyond the classroom. it's just it's a whole new world and And we and we all just have to step it up and and you're really doing that and it's beautiful. You're you're you're really being there for your students so I hope that you've given such good advice that I really hope that people were listening And not be afraid to to learn this new technology and all the things that you can do to engage your students in ways And the relationship at this point is don most important thing literally. The most important thing we can do for students is to be there for them to have that relationship and you know they. It serves US too because it centers us and it makes us feel good. I read so many teacher friends of mine on twitter and other places who are just so sad not to be with their students right now so It's hard and it's hard for all his. It's hard for them. It's hard for the teachers from like. I really appreciate teachers right now. There's a reason I don't home school. Yeah and I think that for me that the response from the parents I think that was fi sending out that video for the parents impertinence in flip video program anything recognizing for parents that I understand. This is not with. Ace signed up for this fist. Not You know and and understanding that they have other kids that some of them are still working that some of them are trying to work from home and letting them know that. I haven't forgotten that and then I'm not GonNa Forget that when I start signing worked for my students or when I schedule Face to face meetings like I could pull up the Mike. Google classroom is said to two times a week for thirty minutes or three times a week for twenty minutes. That's it that's all. I'm going to face to face with my kids. It's all anybody needs to do face to face students right now. The half to have to have that grace by the way which one one for thirty two for all three of my classes because game on a block schedule they all three overwhelmingly voted to thirty but they all know full well to that if they needed to do a private zoom while they have to do is click that link. Yeah so And I do. I guess other things too took my suggested I do. Screen cast advisor looms for every assignment. Even though I'm only putting up like two or three Right now each one has a little video instruction that goes with it which is really important in so say that again. What you use cream cast defy which right now. The pro version is free using cast dash covet and that gives you unlimited amounts of time an unlimited amounts of use or Loom L. O. M. which is also free for educators right now fabulous of heather. Thank you so much. I really appreciate Taking some time out and speaking with us today now thank you for allowing me to to have a voice. I appreciate that your voice is amazing and I'm happy to share. Thank you all right. Thank you okay. So My name is William Mealy. I am one of the hosts of the unprofessional development outcast and a high school math teacher in North Carolina so in our district and pretty much in our state. One of the big things is that we've been told not to give new material. We cannot do any new instruction. This is just a theory. Hasn't been stated but I think that's related to some things like IEP's and five hundred four thousand kids who need those accommodations. That couldn't possibly get them as well as kids. Who Don't have the Internet and other challenges so that we aren't Causing a problem for those kids and causing them to the grades to suffer. So we've just been giving them what they've turned supplemental learning. There's some distinguishing between that and busy work. And don't know how much of a distinction there is so my kids for the most part when they found out that there is no need for them to participate with that they don't have to Who there's an. It's not for a grade of mostly checked out Very little bit of participation. So one of the things I tried to do is I invested in the zoom pro and I have had like all day Zoom meetings where so basically I am there for eight hours. I've got other things opening my computer. But I'm there whenever kids want to hop pop out and so I've had a chance to connect with some kids and mostly Tilton kids to relax. And just you know enjoy themselves at home and not stress about ray because at this point at isn't something. I really want them to focus on and so one of the ways to make it. Fun Is I have got those zoom pro background so either an outer space sore on a beach when they see me and they get a little bit laugh. I kinda winced things. So there's three RS as opposed to the used to be reading writing in rhythmic back in the days. Some having my kids relax on continuing to develop those relationships and let them know they can come to me for support they can come to me for whatever it is that they need. And then lastly I've Rick Rolling them so those you don't know what that is Maybe we can put a link to the rick role but I sent them out a little thing. I said this is really important. And the little highlight is breaking news and when they see that they click on it. It's straight onto our boy Rick Ashley and that's basically what I've been doing to Out My kids out. That is hilarious. I should tell my son. That's related to that. If you want to go back in there whatever but So the one kid in my class not the one kid but you know those kids in your class that they don't want to have anything to do with anybody they're just kinda withdrawn and they just kind of you know are just kind of thrown little person. They're kind of like anti everything that was one of the few kids who like gave me just like the biggest positive feedback on the rick role when I when I send it out. And he's just like Mr. I'm just you know just as hysterical. Thank you for doing that so you know one of the things that students really need is they need to laugh too. Yes we all need to laugh. Yeah awesome and so great. Thank you so much for that. Yeah Hello My name is Dustin Pearson and I teach high school special education and the Kansas City area about fifteen minutes northeast of Kansas City and with the implementation of distance. Learning as a lot about A lot of challenges for only teachers but our students and parents as well and so one of the things that I have been doing is to make this transition as easy as possible for our students. I know at our building. We're not teaching new skills. We are teaching new content. So we're using a lot of the same tools that we were together whether it is Google classroom at Puzzle Flip Grid. There's a number of different tools to make this learning experience. The best possible for our students one of the things. That's very important since I teach special. Education is the well being student so I'm always doing daily check ins with all them seeing how their bill make weekly phone calls home to parents. I'd say emails. I am trying to be as persistent and up. Front is can by making sure. Our students are not only ready to learn but feeling good about themselves because this is a transition going from being in school with your friends all day to now essentially not allowed to leave home is we are under a A shelter in place so it presents a challenge and the response from parents have been great. They want to help out with students. They want to make sure that we have the tools we need and were doing the same in return given the tools that they need to their child be successful so it's been a rate of flow of communication of our school of eleven hundred students. We at ninety four point six percent that are actively working on the material on the computer would see great to see our kids are buying an were communicating. Those students that we need to reach out to or taking those necessaries step one of the bits of advice I can give to. Teachers is don't compare yourself to other teachers. You may have a colleague or on a follow on social media. That student Lin may seem like something. Extra don't compare so what you're doing is the most important thing is that and that is being there for your students egg. We don't need to try to reinvent the wheel. We just need to do what we can to make sure our students are successful. So don't compare yourself otherwise you will just have a feeling of an adequate. He bad you're not doing enough when that's not the case at all. We have now gone into something overnight really but distance learning and we're being successful with it so keep doing what you're doing reach out. Use Your support system and really. Just be there. That's the most important thing. Thank you so much that's I know it's challenging. You said you have storms there and so there's little bandwidth issues but we really appreciate your input herge moments and I'm glad that As a person who was born in Casey that I appreciate that you're doing good things there and and Do so hang in there absolutely you too as well all right. Hi Everyone. Greetings from New Orleans Louisiana. We are the epicenter right now for Kobe. Death and I wanted to give you a message of hope. I work for Ball State University in there autism in Aba Program. I'm an adjunct instructor. I also work at Lsu Med school in the Department of Surgery I'm their residency coordinator. So right now is a very auspicious time in my opinion for educational change this is a time for transformation and I know that. A lot of people are struggling. I just found out that one of our doctors passed away and I'm very sad about it. My doctors are spending the night at the hospital tonight. And they're giving up time with their families to try to combat this pandemic. That's going on. We experienced Hurricane Katrina in two thousand and five and we survived and we came back and we came back better in many ways the way that we failed with an education a lot of charter schools started either from organizations that are already been existing like Kip war startups. And there wasn't a lot of oversight in the beginning it was really awesome because all of these kids that were like six grade levels behind started catching up. The problem was that greed and corruption came in with no oversight. And now we're in a situation where our system is deplorable again and everything is collapsing. We have ten to fifteen murders a week. We have shootings and stabbings. And it's very ironic that I worked for trauma surgeons right now because I work sort of in trauma for twenty two years when I was in the public school system and I eventually became the director of special education and left because the system wasn't supporting my desire to help people and I did not believe in the accountability and the pressure for teachers. But my message to you. Today is a message of hope. I want you to understand that we are in this time where we have an opportunity for. Change. I joined twitter in October. And it's so strange because some of the people that I connected with also joined in like October November. They weren't longtime people were all converging and everyone sort of has like three things which are humanitarian Humanitarian wants to change the world. They went education to be humane. We have people who are looking at the generation. That's coming up. And we want to empower them not just to be solutions oriented but also to be solution aries and to try to figure out the world and then we have global goals and global change. We can focus on everything. That's going wrong going forward or we can take this pause in our life right now and we can look out and say how can we make? Humanitarian causes our causes. How can we change the structure of public education to support students? Progressive Education is the way to go. If you WANNA know more about it. Good human restoration project. You WanNa know more about Humane Education Goto the Institute for Humane Education. If you want to know about global goals go to take action global. These are three organizations. That I'm personally involved in my wins in education has now become spiritual mixed with education. So when you go on a lot of websites and you look at people who are offering consulting services or services for reformation you see that everything is educational base in research base. Maya Lin's spirituality. It's not religion spirituality. Transcends religion spirituality is the belief that there is something greater than us? We are all coming together as spiritual beings and the people who are strong and resilient like me. Because I've been through Katrina. We are here for you during this time. We are here to tell you that there is hope in the world and that although there is darkness I experienced darkness. Put your feet on the ground during this dark period of time. Feel your feelings. Allow yourself to grieve and know that this is GonNa pass when the light calms you have to open the door and grabbed the light. Walk through and start being part of the change in this world. That is my message to you today. I just WanNa tell you that I am with you. We are all with you. We are all Juan everybody in this world right now is experiencing the same bang black. Why Hispanic Pacific Islander Asian every race every ethnicity old young rich poor. It doesn't matter. This happened for a reason. This pause is showing us to look out into the world into say we are all one. We have more in common than we have differences. Please take this time to be optimistic. If you're not on twitter follow me on twitter. Look at everybody that I'm friends with entrust me when I say it will get better. If you are positive and optimistic but allow yourself to feel right now the grief in the world I am with you and I wish you nothing but the bass and we are going to get through this. There is hope. Trust me New Orleans. We overcame this. The world will overcome this to thank you. So I'm here with Tracy and she started a for me. It's going to be a tradition a yearly tradition and. I thought it was so beautiful on January. First she sees sort of challenged us all to create a gratitude jar and what we would do is build gratitude jar with all of our blessings and the things that we were great before throughout the year. And the idea. Is that at the end of the year. You Open your jar and you get to do this beautiful trip through all of the things in your life that you're great before but it's also and I. That's how I thought. Oh that's going to be really cool here but he realize how important it is especially in a time like this because it's allowing us to really look for all the things that we're grateful for those little things and sometimes the big things that were grape report is really important at this challenging time to find those things in our life that were grateful for the things that are going. Well the things that we are grateful they can be little little things So all of those things will fill the JAR and so I've actually started dating all the dates on all of mine which I haven't started out doing. So Tracy shows jar so this is my jar. I started dating from the beginning. But basically what you do is on New Year's Eve and if you don't WanNa go out or if you you know our weight because of all the fireworks you pull all the amount you read them with your family but this is my jar and it says to twenty twenty Tracy Nicole Smith a year. Blessings manifestations in dreams and then at the very bomb it says with gratitude. And there's like a little light in so when I look at this jar I keep thinking that even though we're going through a hard time there so much to be grateful for in the world and just this podcast and wonderful people like my e seven is just so this is my jarred. Thank you Tracy. This is my jar and So it's just gratitude gratitude and goodness in twenty twenty so hopefully they'll be lots more to be grateful for so thank you so much tracy for your inspiration and all your inspiration that you give all the time and Yeah Yeah thank you as you can tell I was pretty moved by all of my guests and I truly believe that they are all such heroes. That's why the five minute game show today is called. Teachers are heroes. It's a mash up game and I'm not GonNa kiss you. It's kind of hard but I know that you can get it and don't forget to send your answers to joined at overthrowing education DOT COM so for this game. I have taken the first name of each of my guests today and mashed it with a literary hero or an entertainer who is either played a hero or is a hero. The teacher's name will always come first and then the other hero. Here's my example. So you can see how it's played if I said. This person has an educational podcast. Called Class CAST podcast and also starred as the original. Laura craft in the Tomb Raider movies. Who would this crazy matchup person be? Did you figure it out? It's Ryan Jelena's Joe Lee. It's Ryan Tiffin's is the guest with the class. Cast podcast and you know you probably know who Angelina. Jolie is okay. Here goes the first official clue and the closer also on the overthrowing education website in the show notes. If you need to see them so here we go this Canadian. Educator who knows that patience is important also wrote a streetcar named desire and cat on a hot tin roof. Clear number two this educator from Baton Rouge teaches at alternative schools and knows where the sidewalk ends. And what the missing pieces under the giving tree number three this New Orleans. Strong educator gives us lessons from surviving. Katrina and also from the chronicles of Narnia number four this baton rouge educator is also part of PB L. Works and in her spare time writes mysteries like death on the Nile and murder on the Orient Express. Hope you're getting these number five. This teacher from Oklahoma would rather be in the gym than jog but he knows a lot about the illustrated man the Martian chronicles and Fahrenheit. Four fifty one number six. This California educator currently teaches high school English and believes in grace before grades and The sun also rises. This teacher also knows for whom the bell tolls all right? We're getting there number seven even though this teacher hails from Milwaukee Wisconsin. His short stories inspired such musicals as guys and dolls at Little Miss Marker and number eight this Hawaiian teacher implores us to celebrate each brick and appreciates transforming vehicles and being the offspring of the Heroic Indiana Jones number nine. This high school math teacher and host of the unprofessional development. Podcast wants you to know that. He has a particular set of skills skills. His acquired over a very long career. All right that wasn't my best impersonation but I drive all right number ten. This educator from Oklahoma has her own quarantine show for students and families and she was also bat girl but her real heroism was giving makeovers making romantic matches and matching her expensive clothes in the nineties as F. O. Dot Clue. That clue is clueless. Oh sorry I had to go there. Okay clue number eleven and the very last one and this is an entertainer who is kind of a superhero too many. This teacher works just outside of Kansas City and might also be heard rolling down the river and asking what's love got to do with it people that's it. Give it your best shot and send in your answers to join at overthrowing education and if you missed any of those clues and don't want to go back and listen again you can find the mater website and that's our show for today. Thank you so much for joining us and for everything that you're all doing whether your parents students or educators trying our very best right now my most heartfelt thanks goes out to all my incredible guests for taking time out to join me and share their stories and wisdom. So thank you just Nolan the Krisha Terrence Rochelle. Scott Adam Hengel Crystal Wesley Kisha McDonald Ryan Tibetans Andre Dowdy Heather Shaw William Measly Dustin Pearson and Dr Tracey Nicole Smith. You all are incredible and I also WANNA give a shout out to the wonderful voice actors. Who joined me on the fomer shows that I replayed today Barbara Heller Jill. Marais Elliott Shiff and Yosef Frankel have a meaningful safe and healthy day. Thank you for listening to the art. Institute's PODCAST overthrowing education the RT institute is a partner with Artie. Repertory Academy middle and High School in usually sunny Los Angeles California. You can join the conversation. 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5/11/20 UW Doctor challenges CDC guidelines.

"I think. while. There's going to be a couple of other stories that have a move into not particularly related. The COVID SEWRI on today's program. There are two kind of. Overarching themes. That I see underlying a lot of the segments. And the Kovic slash economic meltdown restriction of our rights, etc, story. And as you've noticed for better than a year, now I have been, but I put together the programs try to look and see if there is like a thread that links several of the topics together. There isn't always, but it's kind of candy. How often there is! and. The two themes are. How we have as a society, particularly from the media and the establishment, really as a society. How we have ben throughout this so. Unquestioning. Not only do as you're told. But whatever a theory was thrown out with regard to the virus. What's going to happen the automatic acceptance that they have to be right? Now. Were a few months into this. And we know that they the ones that they have to be right. In fact have been wrong. I've almost everything. Almost everything that has been done by the they. Has Been Mistake. And some people are now beginning to question this. Let's be honest. Hardly anybody question any of it at the beginning because the assumption is they. Know what they're doing. They must know. Why. Well. I think the reason that we give this kind of blind faith. Is that when you get into an area where? People don't feel they know much themselves. They are likelier to give tremendous reliance on the guidance of experts. At example of the contrary. where? People, don't pay much attention to all the guidance and the experts because we think we know just as much as them would be sports. Certain. Three football team runs the ball. They don't get the first time all events. Dope it. and. Probably had an opinion before they called the play. Of Us. Feel! We're just as smart as couches, so we're willing to question. But when it comes still. Something like this. We feel as though we lack any knowledge. Base it all so therefore we have to listen to and not quest. The experts. The thing about experts. Not a single of misguide. And many of them. Are really the experts that cracked up to be. Let me give you an example. I like to use examples to illustrate by points. I learned this. You know who I learned this from. No. When not yeah you know and then he immediately that comes up with an answer. So. For what I actually I learned some things him, but not this. Using examples to make a point with sixteen levels above. Where of were jacks? Iq ever ever ever got to. He was much more at the. Wasn't a lot of subtlety in his Shiming for crying out loud. The guys miss at an nicely calls himself when I jack on a lot of. Deep Thinking on his program in there. Given that guy more attention to the last week. Now that he's gotten, he's dead. I think. I do that to everybody that. I haven't heard from twenty and twenty years I just assume they're dead. Every and you see an actor on TV's wow. He's not dead. No I. See him every now and then. No. Jerry steelers all on there all the time. He just POPs up forever. He's one of those every. Will you stop it? You elite load? Using examples to illustrate a point is effective way of communicating and I'm guessing the teachers who are good I mean the ones that are already gone. The teachers that are good use that in their approach. All the time I don't I was GONNA say buzzy admitted as a joke. If you read the Bible the stories of Jesus, he's always talking through it, allergies and parables. He never gets exactly to the point in terms of spelling out. You have to do this, and then you go to heaven I mean occasionally. It gets that blunt, but he'll occasionally used example to make you think through and I like to do that. Until you right out of todd. Back let me use it this way. When you think of a criminal trial in fact I've got a good one here. The first case. Against O. J. Simpson the one that he was acquitted. Not The second trial, the civil trial, and not the thing in Las Vegas with the break in, and they beat the guy up and all that, but no the first trial. The district attorney in Los Angeles County at the time. who was the father of the current mayor I think? I throw these things out there. I'm not a hundred percent sure so I i. think but I'm I'm pretty sure I write you. Could fact check out there? That bothered Paul with the answer Paul of Future. Give try to even tell me what the people say. Oh, smack in the face of their can't threatened physical violence against. You're never actually hit, you have. been so I've hit anybody. you know that the your those places where you can just go and punch the punching bag? That probably would be a fun thing to do right now. You know those gyms where they don't have boxers. Don't WanNa hit other people anymore because they're also whissy. We just go hit the heavy bag. I do that for three minutes and probably have either have another stroke. Get all tired out to say. This is boring. Catch you go back to like when you're a kid and you box. I bet the kids though not do that anymore, do they? Nothing I mean. I backed by brother. He's yeah, what what's gloves? Boxing gloves that's just the kids did. I stood half years older than he was a great deal for me. But OJ case. Yoga said he was. That is the attorney and obviously he knew that this is going to be the hot one of the highest profile cases his office ever seen. He pulled out. The best prosecutor thought he added his office in Marcia Clark. The original person who what are they? What do they call the assist than chair tour whatever or second share? He ended up having a heart attractive to trial and the ended up. Bringing in the guy who turned out to be at over his head, and pretty much screwed everything up. Nonetheless. Marcia Clark was chosen for that role because she essentially was the best prosecutor in Guild Garcetti's office. Who was the the guy who was installed as the second chair of the case? Name is coveted me. I could visualize yet. African American younger, thirty, five or so. You don't remember this. Christopher DART! But I've been Marcia Clark was re- regarded as one of the best prosecutors, if not the best prosecutor in the state of California, she was highly regarded and done a number trials number of major cases. That's like I said he gave the case. And what you're all thinking. What does this have to do with covered ninety? Illustrating. So I guess you could say. That when it comes to prosecute major cases in California, she was the real expert, right. Highest strict again. Except here's the thing. OJ And a lot of money. Who the F over at the other table! He had the train team. Robert Shapiro who is probably the best known defense attorney in La at the time. It up. Brings Johnny Cochran? Who might have been battling it out with Robert Shapiro for the best defense attorney of Los Angeles? Good enough, he brings her. She would suffer from Harvard. Guys on TV all the time. He's still on TV all the time. That's not good enough. DIG, up. Probably the most famous lawyer there was still enough. He brings it. What's his name? Shake the DNA expert. How the healthcare dash, it ever got involved of that. I don't know because had he had? OJ He was Kardashian results as Fred had he got hired. Acid think we would have had to put up with any of these other Kardashians at all. That's what put them on the map that you agree with that. Because, that's the put the wife at the back of the wife. Would you know what she got the instant fame? I figured out I know how I could make self famous. There's only so much I can do. I gotTA. I'll turn my daughter's into something and Lo, and behold she did. I mean face it when it comes to just embedding fame. What's the name ended up marrying Bruce Jenner and ruining his life and turning them into a woman, or whatever I'll happily of IBE, anyway. Let me get back to my point. Time is a wasting and the reason it's wasting is I wish they get? The dream himself around the other side. This is my point about expert. It's probably true that Marcia. Clark Bay a bed. What are the best prosecutors are maybe the prosecutor in the state of California, but who prosecutes cases, government civil servants. The really really really really really good lawyers. Don't work as prosecutors think out into the private sector, get hired, defend people like OJ and become multimillionaires extremely rich people. Robert Shapiro probably made in a given year. A multiple of Betty. Times more than Marcia Clark made. Do the for Johnny Cochran did it. Did it for F Lee Bailey? The point I make is often. We accord to the position of experts. People who have been sitting in government positions their entire lives, whereas there may be a lot of people, the fields that they are in that are way better, but don't have that high Falutin government title over their head. Do. You really think for example Andrea Palm. Who used to work for Hillary Clinton And is not an MD.. She has a masters and as a democratic political hack. Do you really think she knows more about public? Health? But some of the people in Corporate America. Who are involved in major drug research, medical research corporate planning strategizing and sell one. If Anthony, FAUCI was that great of a doctor. He wouldn't be Anthony FAUCI. Now it's true. That when you take over agencies that arms of the government, you can make a lot of money. Doing work on the side is Fao Chee has but still. The point that I make with regard to experts. When it is. Determined the you're an expert, only because you were given a certain jogging government. Dubious to say that that person must somehow no more then everybody else who works in that field? Of all. The terribly idiotic decisions that were made by experts. The biggest idiot of all was Neil Ferguson. Many people have been asking very good questions now, although still not many from Armenia. Why out of all the people who create models that what's going to happen? To be all listen to deal Fergus, the guy who did the imperial college model. Two point two million Americans died. So he said. He had a keeling over right and left Britain according to his model. And everybody reacted anybody who would like question like say a goof flake. Bay Auto Utah. You're a talk. Show hosted Milwaukee true. That's all they am. And, he's the L. Ferguson. Who the hell is the Ferguson? Why is his bottle? The only one we're supposed to look at? Everybody who dares raise that question is considered to be like the body equivalent of what the know nothings a flatter. Paula besides. Not Questioning not challenging. The thing that's made it worse. And I've been commenting on this incessantly I I'm a broken record added I admit, but since hardly anybody else's brig ended up I. Think it only is getting it out there to the proper about. It's one thing to automatically except in genuflected worship at the altar of the so-called scientific experts, even though Cherry picking out, and giving only a handful of them the ability to be these experts. In the beginning. I don't know anything. Neil Ferguson. He's an expert. He must be an expert because he's the expert. Anthony She's GONNA rely. And I'm not. Just a welder. Or just. About head like Tony vers. So we have to listen to these acts. Okay. I'll gray. But once it turned out that once the evidence started to get overwhelming that these experts were way way way. Way Way wrong. Why were we still set up? That's the point I keep asking. And that's the theme that I was mentioning for the program here the unwillingness to challenge. At really any level. And if you do, you are turned on. Now as you know, I've been writing. The Butts of Republican legislators in Wisconsin and I've really been the they. They just want a swat. Be Away with a flyswatter right now. I get that. Wondering why they themselves have been sold. WORC- and accepting of this practice. The government should be making these decisions about what we're supposed to do when there's a bug going around. But. While I'm writing good butts a little bit. The reality is is that what any of them publicly sticks their neck out there at all and challenges any of these edicts. They are annihilated in the media and by many others. I won't name a name here because. I. Don't want to encourage more people to do it to this particular person, but there's. Not Narrowing this down at all, there's quite a few. Republicans have right here in Wisconsin over the last several days ago. I could tell you that what of them? Head a bag of. I. Don't know what kind of crap, but it was edible crap. They Act. It might not add benefit humid for Orlando. Crap said to them to their whole. This is what happens. And there as I say, they're about a handful of Republican, said have challenged some of this. And this is one of them and I'm not going to narrow it down because I. don't want him with courage. More people do it. But, that's what's happened to anyone. WHO's dared challenge any of these things. Laura Ingram got a story in the new. York Times. For touting. Hydroxy, Clark, how terribly irresponsible! This is for her to wear dodd yet we now say. That thousands of doctors contained you to use it across. The United States believed that they're getting a positive response from it. But just for questioning it. Paul says that the person involved here. Actually posted on his social media was the speaker Robert Boss La Sharon if he outed himself. She's got me riding on the one hand for being way too WORC- this it on the other hand. He's getting, but this is as I. Say if you challenge Eddie of this at all, they will go after. Just for asking questions, raising point breaking from whatever this priests apparently ordained small group of experts that are the only people that could weigh in on this at all. I'll get frustrated occasionally with sports fads. Who say when they you know? The team hires coach of the say. We'll give them a chance. Give them a chance, so he does something I don't agree with. I'm to say I don't agree with it I'm not GonNa say we'll give a guy a chance at not criticize the first two years that he's in there. Presumably I've you know I've been hired to express my opinion things? If, I, have an opinion, I'm not gonNA. Keep. My mouth shut because I think some dopey coach. You know he's the coach. At who are you to say? Now! People get over that real quickly. If the coach has losing record, but I'll tell you if the coach is a long track record of success or general manager is a long track record of making good decisions, so we will say well. You gotta give them the benefit out. Okay, fair enough. I- perplexed as to why ballot check didn't draft a quarterback. I was convinced he was going to draft a quarterback. I can't figure out what the hell he's doing over there. But you can say you gotta get a benefit of Delta. Guy Seems to be something Jj okay. I see that point. What's the rationale forgiving Tony Iverson Andrea. The benefit of the doubt. For that matter foul Neil Ferguson. I heard some of these people couldn't get a coin. Flip right if he gave them to gases. This lack of challenging. There is a story that I'm going to get to shortly. That I think is quite fascinating. Some people have no choice but to ignore the experts. And that's offered where the best innovation really anywhere in life comes from. Many of the doctors that are on the front lines treating. Patients patients that come in with Cova. You've got a virus. That's brand new. And you've been given the call a guidance from the officials. That's the best way to go, but that's just a guess. It's just the guest. It's a brand new virus. It's not like a person presents with a blocked artery certain G, you choose among a number of options. This virus brand new head on what's GONNA work at it? You know you don't have a cure. You'RE GONNA try to treat it. You're going to try to do what you can deduct out. You try to build up the persons of union system, but all you have is a little bit of guidance, but you gotta figure it out because here. This guy is Ed within twelve hours. He seems to be dying. You don't have time to do. What of these namby-pamby is out? There will tell me what to do. All these millennials in the workforce. Will. You didn't tell me. How do you didn't tell me what to do? How about? Trying to figure it out. And make some decisions and be accountable for it. Sooner the ramifications of all this group learning that we've been doing in the schools for the last twenty years. We ought to power. Eddie wanted to actually start thinking and making decisions. And maybe that's why we've had this thing I cope. With one thousand nine hundred three experts say there's okay. Everybody's got to go along with the a log with gotta go along with it yet. The smartest people and I throw it yesterday. The smartest people are the ones who decided not to go along with something. You know what gamut there's a better way to do this. I'm going to move this story in terms of where I was going to do it because. It fits. I'm trying to explain this. Says I. Say you got all these people? That are coming in and while. As, I've been. Commenting now for two months the overall Cova. Numbers are not particularly high in terms of percentage of the population. They are particularly high in terms of the number of people that are going into emergency rooms, especially in certain areas of the United States a bunch more combat I mean. Nothing's overwhelmed ready. You got these people that are coming in with this thing and. Yet, these doctors you try to figure it out. There was a TV show that was I. don't know fifteen years ago, vitamin less. I think the name was house, but I might be bride. It's about a guy who. That was. Yeah I actually didn't hardly ever watch the show, but I know that his they. The shows go off and decide issues, but. The point of the show was he would figure out what a person had and how to treat some mysterious odd kind of big. Eddie would think outside the box into it. What. What do you have a question and try to get people to figure it out, and so he goes to the process. Figure this out. Figure this fitness. I figured this out figure. That's what with no time to spare. We've had going out and medicine. And what are the things that happens during this? And it helps now that there's an internet and you don't have to wait for a magazine to come out once every week. Is these doctors real time are publishing their findings and other doctors. Go to read it. See what's working see. What does it work? The old days they used to say. Read the literature other. Literally reading online reading with some guy just did a day earlier. I say guy obviously doctors. Edward Finding. That some of the biggest names that are out there doing this and this story. Just it's just not being covered. I do a pretty much. The opposite of what foul and all these other experts are telling him go. One of them. Is Madison. He's got. He's on the Faculty of the University of Wisconsin Medical School. And he's the critical care critical care director. In, one of the units at university hospitals of Madison. He even testified before the United States Senate last week. He and a handful of other doctors. Have put together their own protocol for treating patients who come in. With covid nineteen, His name is Pierre Corey. Corey has been arguing. That the guidance on how to deal with Calvin from the World Health, organization, and the Centers for Disease Control. Has Been Totally Rod. And he's basic this on. What he and other doctor said they're doing in real world tied. The first thing he says is. Don't innovate. Wow. We're told from the beginning. We gotTA. Start Bill O., where we're going to run out of Adelaide. Is He got to get? Battling gotta get better late. Is it gotta get ventilate? GotTa get ventilators? We've got an event as we need to build battle. That is where the ventilators. What are the reasons why we've run? Short ventilators anywhere is it started to dawn on a lot of these doctors? That ventilation is not the right way to go. Dr Corey Madison says. Innovation is not the preferred approach in fact. It should only be done as a last resort. His belief and he's. He testified to this and. I'll tell you how you can find this evidence. How could I get this idea this? Unless I forgot to do it, did I? Do they give you both of these? What. There's too though. I got to think that through. we have what up. That's right. Dr Corey. Says that when patients come in with call did? You gotTa Wop of right away from the get-go. Your best chance of getting a result is to be extremely aggressive at the beginning. The Guidance and the World Health Organization. was to assist their breeding breathing. And be patient and monitor and see how they develop. Of course, that's right. And he's come up with. A log with a handful of other physicians. A, treatment protocol that where the person is in their stage of the virus. And it's being used in a number of. Medical facilities around the United States. As, I said this approach didn't exist. Before covid Nike came up. Because covid nineteen didn't come up until now. And, it was based and the approach that he's coming up with is based on. Bucking up your immune system to fight it off. And according to his testimony that he presented in front of the United States Senate. which was scantly covered? scantly, a word barely covered. Hardly got covered at all highly dominate. Sad. Number of ways I joke about the last translation. But then I get, people battery, silent joke. He also says the problem with this virus. Is that it causes inflammation. He says the people that are getting really sick. are, getting really sick because of inflammation. which is caused by the virus? That! You shouldn't focus on. The virus should be focusing on. Don't let this inflammation. Inflammation is a problem in general in the human body. I made its. We have anti inflammatories for all sorts of things it it. Inflammation causes pain, inflammation inflammation just bad. Any number of. Is Inflamed. It's inflamed. It's inflamed. It's inflamed. It's inflamed. It's inflamed. It's inflamed. His belief is? The reason some people turn sour after getting company is. They, have inflammation in the body caused by the virus that it's the inflammation that spurs them up especially if they already had compromised lungs or other pre existing conditions in advance. So his approach according to his testimony, simplifying here but I read this. Is To attack the inflammation. Go after it really hard early odd. And even prescribes a medical regiment. I. Your this at. This speaks to the ingenuity. Of the American mind. It, also the willingness to think outside the box. Now, before I tell you what his veggies. A side story that I wanna get to here because it relates to my overall larger point here, we have to be willing. I'm not saying you ignore advice. Ignore experience. Don't listen to any experts. But what someone appears to be Ryan? You've got to be willing to challenge it. If something doesn't make any sense, you've got to be open to new ideas and we just haven't done this and the media doesn't do at all. They challenge trump on everything but. I'm still waiting. For somebody to start grilling voucher and say. Why did you fall for Ferguson? Steg? And by the way let's start talking about all those consultancies. You have big firemen pharmaceutical companies. The point. Dr Corey Aches. And it's reflected what the treatment regimen is. Many of these experts at the highest levels of a lot of the agencies like the World Health Organization. We'll talk at his ation centers for disease, control. They're funded. The CDC is funded by government, but they also get grads. We'll l.. Health Organization is funded by governments. They also get grants and people like pouch who go and work for these organizations. They have a government salary, and they also get grads well. Who Do you think give grants? Generally. Somebody that's got an agenda. Bill Gates Begged Brad Maker. And, so are some of the pharmaceutical companies then hire people like Pouch e consultants. So if that's where your bread is buttered. You'RE GONNA have a biased toward new medications that come for the big pharmaceuticals. I've been noticing in this whole debate here. Should be with her attracts, Clark, remnants different. Decipher whatever it is the driver's name, I can't pronounce the new from Jillian. In fact, there may be a place for both. Clark however is almost free. It's been around forever and it's really really cheap. Nobody gets any money off of using yet office Selah get. But some big New Miracle Cure some company that comes up with a vaccine. They're gonNA make a fortune, and some people have a bias, therefore toward looking for the new Miracle Drug, the new silver bullet the new backsied the whether it's GonNa make somebody rich well. Maybe that's the best way to go. Maybe that is the best treatment. Maybe have anything now that works. Maybe we do. But nobody's going to get rich off of some of those. So what do you think Dr Corey out there in Madison end? The others that are following his lead. What do you think? They're giving people at the first sight of the COVID. which would. Put that up on my thing, little weird word. He gives a vitamin C. He gives them vitamin C.. Say. Why that? Extremely exotic drug that's in deep development of the pharmacy vitamin C. It's been around forever. It's that only gives them. But it's a major part of the regimen. In addition to the vitamin C. he gives you prednisone code I swear. PREDNISONE has been around since Ben Franklin Prince around since I've been a kid who the hell has it better prejudice owed at one point or another? It's a corticosteroid or stare I. Don't know if it's a corticosteroid vegetarian. It's an anti inflammatory is one of the things that does. that he throws it a decent about a vitamin D. There is some evidence that in some of the nation's where. covid hit the hardest. Those nations that are vitamin D deficient. Vitamin D. This a couple of other things that are mentioned it is protocol. That's it. But hit him hard with a mega dose of it, and the specific amounts for any doctors that are interested is in the literature that he has it. Any references this in. The presentation. He gave to the United States Senate, Not What are the basic facilities? That's using this registered. Put together a protocol, five different stages of the virus had how you treated differently. Depending on how bad the person is that has it in other words want of harder again with more serious medication the worst the person actually appears to be in the worst that their symptoms actually are. And it mentions when you get. Till the level of doing integration, there's a medical facility in Virginia. That's using this math plus. That's the term using it using this approach the covid nineteen. It has all of these different patients prophylaxis, which is preventative. Symptomatic patients who are at home, not serious enough of the Nixon mildly symptomatic patients. They'd be on the floor of the hospital, but not yet in the ICU, and it gets a little bit stronger each time through. Yves Ems Eastern. Virginia, medical system their critical care, covid nineteen management plaid which I've read. SAYS THAT FOR PRIETA? Prophylaxis as a preventative and mitigation against cope in nineteen, the early stages, vitamin, C. Zinc, Melatonin and d three. By all that stuff at Walgreens. For patients who have symptoms, but not added still at home, vitamin C. Zank Melatonin d three. And that is an option had rocks Clark. And two other medications here that I'm not familiar with in either. Mexican and something called Asa. Then for mildly symptomatic patients at the hospital. They step it up. They still have the vitamin C.. The Dank sank mentor John Vitamin D an AXA Piran. Practice Own Feminine I. Don't what it is. Then Hydroxy Clark and a couple of others, and it goes on, and it gets difference differ depending on. How more advanced. Idiots now I've linked up this Senate. Testimony of the Madison Doctor. And put it up on belling dot com for those of you who want to have his layman's explanation as he explained to the United States where he's coming from. On all of this. Now is the approach that he's using all the doctors that are buying into this and there's a team that have of adapted this type. Of Response and they're all experts in the field of dealing with people critical care, and that's what they say. Is that people really sick all at once and something? That's critical care. They developed this and they're seeing positive responses to it and as you. If you've been listening to the drugs that they're talking about their, they're all stop. That's supposed to help. Beef up your immune system, so your body can fight this stuff off and the worst were sick. You are the harder they hit you with. Are they have year? They hit you with other things. The Madison doctor has been particularly critical doctor FAUCI saying we can't be using all these unproven treatments. In other words, they WANNA put everybody into clinical trials and monitor how they're doing. In the meantime you can get covid nineteen be dead five days later. Well, we've got prove that it's effective why. How `bout this guy's dying. Let's try to save him. See if we can learn from what we do. which is what's happening in the real world? One thing we don't know. It's about the death. Rate truly is in countries like India or coveted started to show up because I mean India. A country of massive population second largest that the world much of it is impoverished. Probably all sorts of people may be getting this thing that art at hospitals that never go to the doctor and so I don't know. But. One of the reasons why the death rate from covid nineteen in the United States is so low. Vast majority of people get it. Don't die. May well be because doctors and hospitals are treating this thing very aggressively at very quickly and not waiting for clinical trials, not listen to the media Oh. You can't give them this. This bike dot work hope. I'd have been saying Oh. Yeah, take a vitamin C. go to bed. That's good advice. Maybe it is. So, what's happened in the medical community is treatments like this have worked their way to the medical grapevine and doctors in these yards and icy us around the country have picked up on them, and they're learning from the experience of these. That's other. Iraq's chloroquine went into such wide use what they found that it was seeming to work for a number of patients. But try to get this thing into the mainstream media. Try to get any kind of discussion here. As to whether or not, the guidance of the CDC is a bunch of crap. It hasn't happened. By. The World Health Organization. Is Corrupt and bought and paid for by China. We now have information. The president of China. As the head of the WHO the World Health Organization mid-january. To delay the WHO's guidance uncovered nineteen. China was trying to internally gets ducks at a row here before they've got. Allow this thing to get out altogether. The WHO agreed to do it. Why would you trust anything that comes out of an organization that can be manipulated by the political goals of China as for the CDC? The CDC's people are in love with the whol. Foul CI and the CDC have worshiped the W.. These are institutional governmental controlled. Addy's that are very easily on of pharmaceutical companies and many of these people have their own agendas, and sometimes you know what people are just Rod. Now, this is just one part here. Of the whole Kovic story that has not but challenge patio the best way to treat this thing the best way to deal with it. If the CDC is right about how to treat this if the CDC has a bias toward pharmaceutical trials, if the CDC has a biased ward. Reward a Gilead, if the CDC has a bias tha that shutout America to somebody comes up with vaccine, so everybody buys the vaccine and we makes the vaccine. Company rich. That's an agenda that should be challenged and exposed, but nobody wants challenged, expose anything in the same way that nobody wants to stand up to Tony. If it's nobody wants to question whether or not the dumbest thing you could have done in the United States is keep the bus systems running. Nobody questions anything either, but there's all sorts of evidence that we now have a the factual world that indicates the approaches we were taking were Rodrigue. NOBODY EVEN JEALOUS WEATHER HELL! The schools are still closed. Up Three kids, the state of Wisconsin, we have covid right now. I'll tell you talk about trying to find the needle in the haystack. Schools closed. WHO ASPECT QUESTION NOBODY's asking adding thing nobody challenges anything despite the fact that these experts experts experts rod. Rod, Rog Rocket Rod, and why look to a certain group of experts at other experts. UW medical I usually left. He's falling all over themselves. Anything comes out of Madison. Oh, but I don't know. About you must know more, why does he bore? Why should one hundred and forty seven year old government hack? Who Started? It was who got his job under. Woodrow Wilson. Teddy Roosevelt why should he automatically add an worships at the altar of every pharmaceutical company? What Ed has been running from the beginning? So I mean there's a lot of things that are going on behind. I gotta get to a break. Watch for this stuff. I'm very observant I. Pick up on things. Sometimes they pick up things in Iraq, but I pick up days. A trump is spending this task force. He's trying to clip the wings of funky secondly. We're now entering the cover your butt stage of things. Nobody ever wants to take the blame for screw ups right. Watch for the growing rift. Between And Fau Cheat. BURKS does not. WanNa fall on a sword for FAU cheese bad judgments. Over the weekend in the Washington Post. Very interesting showed up. They late. Minutes out of the White House covid nineteen meetings. And who do you think railed on the CDC? burks! burks! And she manages to get. That leaked out, so she's an in that. She said I don't trust Eddie. Numbers coming out of the CDC and she said I think they're inflating the death numbers. A lot of conservatives have been questioning why the CDC is counting suspected deaths, and and count any anybody who dies with nineteen even if they were. Put it in the number suddenly burkes is now. She's got her own reputation. Do you think she wants to come out? She's you know if you're wondering who that that's. That's the scarf lady. I thought she was born wearing a scarf. So. Look and see and she is GonNa. Come right on and say I. Think Dr Apologies a crack. They'll leak and they'll do this and they'll distance, and you're gonNA see some. Cover your butt here as it turns out that eventually there's an accounting for some of the people who gave president trump terribly bad advice. Some of the people who have given governors very bad advice, somebody who, for example was dumb enough to fall for the Ferguson bottle in, and they're going to get some of these people eventually realized that it's going to all. Come back to FAUCI because this was. Was a FAO CI show, and he gave all this direction that all these public health officials across the United States like Pablo in Wisconsin relied garbage in garbage out at the point that I wanted to make, and I'm going conclude this segment here is, we have had no desire willingness, not even enough open mindedness to even question some of the stuff that was coming from so-called experts, despite the long-standing track record of these experts, both over over time, and especially precisely there and covid nineteen of being rod for the beginning Ron from the middle and Ryan at the and. Eleven thirty W S Edmark late afternoon. Show a little ESPN. Clocked our word and the help. Pay Your bills cash contest. Tony Hebrews up there. Now has modified his goofy order again. Like they keep doing these little tweaks and okay Al that a couple of you do this at a couple of you that. And as I say, it's another example of nobody questioning nobody challenging anything. For the average person. There's a lot of reasons for that. For the media, it has been eye opening. Average is now allowing some retail stores as long as they have their own outside entrance in other words, nothing where it's shared like a ball. To let people come in. With some modifications, no more than five people in the store at the same time stiffer depending on stores that it doesn't mean that the grocery stores have to go back down to five. It means that of those that are close, so he tweaks it a little bit to let some of them. Have this and some of them have added? In the meantime bars restaurants are being on lockdown other than carry out orders for the restaurants. Numerous other businesses are shut down. All sorts of offices are operating. And we're starting to reach the point where you excited to hear people talking about their businesses going under. There's a lot of different areas. We can pursue that topic from. Let me I cover the question of. Where's the? Supreme Court, which I'm getting from some people. The. Supreme Court was asked last week to overturn remember, there's two orders. The. Original Levers orders order that extended stay at home until May twenty fourth. His Emergency Authorization Authority ends on May twelfth is runs until May twenty fourth and the other one is the order from. Health, services. Secretary Andrea Palm under State Law. There is no time limit for her authority to issue a urgency orders. They questioned whether or not that order. Was Arbitrary and they questioned the constitutionality. Of, whether or not one official can have the authority to simply without challenge of anybody else at all issue, these edicts with no time restrictions on them whatsoever. The State Supreme Court has not yet ruled remembered out. While, there is currently at five to conservative majority until August when it becomes four three, when Justice Kelly leaves the court, because not enough of you bothered to go out and vote in the last election. In some of you were stupid. Enough to vote for the Madison radical elections have consequences and. It's not going to be logged before the State Supreme, court becomes liberal. Remember the next vacancy on the court is filled by a devers appointment. There's more conservatives than liberals, so if a conservative has to leave I, doubt or sickness, or any reason everts them flips the cord over to the left, which is going to happen. It's inevitability that that is going to happen. Thanks to Kelly how they lost nonetheless. Conservative majority on the court edit is at the woman. Five two metres. Many here say why haven't they already struck? These will remember. That's five individuals. You need to get four of them to agree here. And it's possible. One or two of them are wobbly on this and. Remember the conservative position Conservative legal ideology is you don't do what's right you do. But by the Constitution Ad, if there are a couple of justices on the court, who believed that Iverson Pob have legal authority to do what they're doing. Even if it's stupid if they don't believe that. Violates the. Constitution they may be willing to uphold that authority. I don't know what's going on. It's not like you get leaks out of the state. Supreme Court. Areas possible that they may be waiting for the end of Iverson's emergency authority. which is tomorrow to issue a ruling I don't know. But in the meantime, the State Supreme Court is not giving any relief from Tony at it's possible that you're not gonna get any relief from the State Supreme Court on Tony Iverson's ruling meaning that all of this is going to have to be solved political pressure into the political process, and that means a lot more people challenging up criticizing and starting the kind of pressure that results in public officials changing their positions on this. There has been very little of this so far and there has been almost none of it from the Republican Party. Now the Republicans say what are you talk at all? We took the cork. Belatedly. In terms of raising voices and questioning this, there's been almost nothing. And the comments that have come out have been as I've been arguing Caspar milquetoast well. It's not clear it's confusing. It doesn't. you know what give creating a proper ballots. When you offer comments as muted and whispered and Wimpy. Is that all you succeed in doing? Putting a tar put a target on the back from liberals, because they now know who was willing to actually criticize it without doing anything to get in any actual public attention. Because your comments were so we'll see you may as well fire away because the left is going to beat you up without regard to how hard you hit. I've tried to explain this the speaker Voss. Feces to him in the mail, and it's not exactly like Robinson been particularly hard hitting this, so there's only so hard. They're going to be able to hit you, so you may as well actually go up and starts taking taking stands on principle and fighting on this. And boss if anything has been more out there than some other people. There is still a profound flaw however. And the approach that's coming from Republicans and I'm going to address this in the next couple of segments. Because their flaw is premised on their belief that there's a role for government in this at all. We had to replace Iverson solder with another border. Are Rob Hutton today, the state should never order. Each county should have an order. Okay, so instead of having one order from one network. GonNa have seventy two orders from seventy two nuts. I'm GonNa, give you the four o'clock hour. Word the leave you with this thought of this. With the world come to an end. If there were no orders. And people just figured out on their own ought to get through this. With the world to leap and and One of the Republicans who have just lost that all of this Chris capita the. Generally anti-government state senators western Waukesha County. He instead has cobbled together a great big pilot glop from Wisconsin Manufacturers and commerce which. Possibly could make possibly makes things even worse than Iverson's order. I know that that seems impossible. And you've got a lot of Republicans that are jumping up and down and endorsing the thing. You even had Wisconsin Institute of law and Liberty Stand up and say they thought that was a good thing to. They're all premised on this notion that somehow the only way we can survive copen nineteen is by doing with some government order tells us to do. Under whether or not? We need to have government orders to work through this. Or we couldn't just figure this out on her own. News talk eleven thirty W I. S Mark belling late afternoon show. The latest edict from Tony Even. Indicates exactly the path that we are heading down in our society. He's given some businesses a little he's. He's in it up a little. Stores cut out open so long as they have their own entrance. There's no hallways. You're not coming through them mall. And you can't have more than five people store at the same time so much for Kohl's already the larger stores. Obviously, they're not going to try to open. Only let five people come in. Or if they do, it would be a preposterous situation. So of the retail is that were allowed to stay open. They can stay open of those that have been closed. They can reopen if they allow no more than five people in the store. At the same time, they must establish lines outside of the store in mark off where everyone could stand, and they have to mandate social distancing inside the store for some of these retailers they'll see. This is something of a lifeline which is exactly my point. This is now how the thumb of government we are. We already established. The government was going to say some businesses have to close others. Get to stay open. The ones that stay open while okay, some can do the drive through some odd now while a few more can open up. But I'm GonNa tell you how many people could come into your star. This is not freedom. This is being micromanaged. Right to the, but how many people could be in your star? A small store. Five people I giant star by people. I don't know a fever. Disorder covers the number of employees. It can be in the store at the same. Probably does. facemask. Emerged looked like they're gonNA. Read, they're they're going to mandate of yet. Even the so called Republican Plan Speaker boss right around the state last week calling for a regional reopening of Wisconsin. IDIOTIC IDEA I have tried to get answers for most of the Republicans in the immediate southeastern Wisconsin Milwaukee area. Do you support this approach or not? It's very very hard to get a yes or no on this, because most of them don't have the guts to stand up and say. Robin Voss's full of crap with regional approach. A regional approach means the state of Wisconsin gets to say that some businesses have to remain closed. To say that we're going to allow people in some regions, they have freedom and others in. Not. Is If anything even more obnoxious than the original thing. That other dumbbell ideas let each county decide on their own. So some county health director some cases that no head. A hole in the ground is going to be decided to get one county could open other up for crying out loud. I'm throughout the following concept. What do you think would happen? Tony Acres. His order was toward up today and we had no rule. I. Know People just the world would add. But that's how the world was. A few weeks ago. What do we pick what happened? I'll tell you what will happen. Stores will stay close. Some offices will still be closed. Some companies companies like ours, which is bending over backwards looking for ways to get rid of people. They're gonNA. Keep telling people to work at home. That automatically everybody's GONNA suddenly reopened their doors loaded tech also. Some workers aren't going to want to come back to work. If, we opened up the bars and restaurants. A lot of would be half empty. Because a lot of people won't feel comfortable going into them. Others will on their own to try to make their clientele feel comfortable. Create the same separation that some of these government rules have it other words. We all pretty much. Figure it out. If, we put everything up right now. Maybe a few churches you'd open the Kabaddi Ed. And others would say. Eight people over here three over there. They be every different matter of way of dealing with it. In other words, people could figure this out on their own. To think that we need Tony Evers and Andrea POB. To tell us how to deal with a situation, in which you've got a virus rollet aroud implies that we are all more odds and nobody knows how to live their life. Every time. We've had anything like this in the past. People figure out what they're gonNA. Do some people freak out? Some people wash their hands. Ninety seven thousand times. People do nothing and the world's never ended. Up whatever they got breakdown, he has anybody think for a minute the NBA. What's their play? I don't maybe at some point. Play without fans. They're not gonNA. Let anybody come in on their own. You're still going to see all sorts of businesses era, the side of caution. And Err on the side of freaking out over getting sued. We opened up everything right now. Do you think all the church festivals will be back I know? A lot would stay still be cancelled. Waukesha already canceled just about everything under the sun for the entire rest cancelling at all. I think there might be an edict walker shot to cancel everything that exists between now and the end of time. So the point that I make these that there was no government ordered from Tony. We would not have this open sees it because people would respond the way people respond. Some people do some things others. We'll do others. We would figure this out at our owed. We do not need a government response. We do not need a county by county response. We don't eat any of these orders. We can figure this out and once we figure it out. People can complain and carpet dispossess doing this. This one's doing that in the same way. We've complain the carpet about everything the past. We are not children. Every do not need to be bossed around by children, and we especially don't need. Republican officials to pass themselves off as conservatives with all they're doing is saying we're going to take the order here. That's to Steph and we're GONNA, replace it with one. That's less stiff. You're still in both cases ordering survived. I do not know if there is one Republican official in the State of Wisconsin has gotten up and said we don't need an order. It's time to allow people to resume their own lives and. See how they handle it. and. My guess is the way they handle it is. Not all that different than we'd handle things under some of these government orders, but we might give people the opportunity to save their lives saved their finances, and people will have the opportunity at the very least to get their freedoms back, and there would be a lot more comfortable, being able to live at a world in which people make decisions for themselves rather than having some government official making those decisions for them. I suspect all the schools that are being closed because the schools have a sweet deal here with all the teachers and all the principals getting paid work at a four day week Moonlighting Amazon, not doing a doggone thing and turns of educating the shoulder. But that isn't a statewide easy. They asked the come in order to do that. The path of least resistance for the average public school employee is almost always the one that will earn them a the most money and be required them to do the least amount of work, so this notion that there'd be all of the open seas. It'd be chaos if there was no order to fact. What we ever had open season. Generally speaking people behave responsibly. And given what germ freaks alternative into right now you will still have all sorts of people masked dubs avoiding contact w. Okay restaurants. They won't go into arrest that for the next year. You don't need government to cal that whether they can or cannot. Given that this whole Kovic story in terms of the numbers here in Wisconsin has been totally overblown and the reactions that we gave remember Andrea Palm. Put out it. I thought we were still working for Neil Ferguson two point two million deaths. She had hundreds and hundreds of people dying in Wisconsin per week. All this stuff was going to happen, and that was the premise for. Empowering themselves to Shove Asala round will none of those things happen? So what's the rationale for it now? They took away our freedom once and they're not gonNA. Give it back without a fight. And you can't look to either political party to stand up for you to have your freedom back either. Because all you're getting from Republicans in Wisconsin is a less restrictive less draconian approach. I are others Republican. Say Yes, I support open Wisconsin now then they say well. We need to do it with a regional approach. How does now and keeping some counties closed? How do those things Mesh together? Well as well, nobody said we should. You tired of AB I. Kind of say open everything up and see what happens and as I say. Give her. The fact that half this country's free to death by this whole thing here I don't think that they're gonNA come out of their basements anyway. So you're not gonNA. Have anything over what's good. It'd be crowded. Nothing. The what if anything? The grocery stores might become less crowded because somebody can go into a store other than them. That's just how you can't have fifteen thousand people this. These restaurants are going to be Plumb D.. The buyers will have the hard cores edited some people that have started craze any. Some. People won't pay any attention to swell. There are certain fee certain areas of the state that have had essentially no restrictions at all like the gas stations. You say anybody yet. Wipe it off the pump. Paul, said he i. Mean, there's no precaution. These gas stations in your walk up. Go in your punching. You're all touching. The same key PAT said well. At others you can't even walk into a high rise office building, said break. Next door is a high rise apartment building eighteen people in the elevator. They're all gumming up the buttons at all of this stuff. Grab in this grabbing that all handle. The same door handles and office building. Right next door. Nobody's even allowed to go Edward. So to say that. Things may be out of control if you allow people to be. The grocery stores are allowing all sorts of people. Then people are walking right next to one another and there. Why can't you do that in? The Hobby Lobby. Which I wonder if they will open with the five percent minimum I mean. At some point you end up angering your know this. If person, four and line. There's five people in that store my I. Don't want any browsing going added there. Say. Thank get Outta there. See Somebody at a clothing store. Your against sized fourteen. Will you be able to well? We would be for be allowed to try things out at a clothing store. Years. This website you don't need a government honor on this one way or another. We'll work it all out at some point. You gotTA liberate us. But. It's apparent to be that either is never going to release this clutches. He made a comment at the end of last week in which he said business. Wisconsin understand the good old days aren't coming back. This is an eye opener for a lot of people. They didn't think that this was something that would never end that. We would now be under permanent government control forever because we had a bug roll through the killed a few hundred people and got a bunch of people sick for a while. We didn't think that it was going to mean the end of life as we knew it. And you better understand that you're better. Start demanding life as we know it back at some point, because nobody not republican or Democrat is willingly going to give it to you. Just go to dispute over who has a thought he restrict. How many of your rights? For Milwaukee. This is the mark belling late afternoon. Show on news. Talk Eleven thirty W I S. I spent a good chunk of the beginning of today's program discussing. A preeminent expert on critical care. From the University of Wisconsin, medical school and the protocol that he's developed. The deal with Calvin Ninety. He happens to be a critic of the approach of the CDC. which she says is heavily biased toward clinical research. Proven treatments and so on. All well and good if we didn't have a virus that was in fact here right now. and not treatment yet been proven because there's not been any time to do any clinical trials. When you have a situation like a new thing coming in and you don't know answers. Perhaps is I've been arguing you can cut some slack to people who may guesses as to the best way to approach these kinds of things. But once the thing starts to play out. The best approach to take is to respond to what is actually happening. Now I made some introductory comments today. About the lack of questioning that has come. To pretty much every decision that is come down the pike here other than. A challenge to every decision, the president trump makes doesn't matter way matter. What direction trump goes on this at all. He's going to be ripped for it. And I'm not even suggesting that the president should be immune from question or criticism. It's just that there's a knee jerk while whatever trump is in favor of I'm against. It's because whatever trump is in favor of stupid in the meantime, everybody else's in charge of anything. You're in the United States. They're all saints, and they all know exactly what it is that they're doing. What expand this by talking about? The individual American and the individual wisconsinite. And I reflected over this on the weekend. That deeply, but I reflected. I think. Generally. Conservatives again. When I say generally, people always don't want to hear that word, it doesn't need. It always holds up at holds up most of the time. Generally, conservatives are rule followers. F The IRS says file your taxes by April fifteenth conservatives usually file April Fifteenth. If there's a rule out there, and you're supposed to follow it, follow the rules. Something's La go. We won't do it. It's generally the nature of most not all most people who are conservative. Historically liberals have been the people that have broken all the rules. So odd if drugs are illegal avenue, use it. So what if? Having ninety-seven girlfriends and cheating on your spouse. You know, love the one you're with Steve Stephen, stills. Say All live. Your drafted I'm not going to serve I. Don't believe of the war. Go through any number of issues. I'm not GONNA do it. I'm not going to do it I'm not gonNA. Do it I'm not GonNa do it. What has changed now. Is. Suddenly liberals have become. Rule followers. Follow any Donald Trump's rules remember. When he came in, they said resist. But when it comes to a lot of these other things, they're very very comfortable. Being sheep and following the heard. I can take you to be fascinated by. The number of people under the age of forty, running around with masks, freaked over corona virus when the evidence is overwhelming that. You got to be extremely second extremely unlucky to have the corona virus. Hit You. If you're twenty three years old and of anything to happen to you it just the cases just aren't occurring. There are extremely rare. So therefore the wearing the masks of the freaking out. It has the simply be a way of conforming. We were told that you this, so we're going to do it. This again is a new thing for liberals. We come up with the extreme examples of how they behave during woodstock us through really anywhere up to about twenty, five, two thousand five. And if there was irresponsible, antisocial dangerous dumbbell behavior going on chat stars, lefty do it. But they flapped. So now you have the combination of the fact that liberals just love being told what to do lot. Liberals love this notion of enforcing their version of social responsibility. It move over to the fact that conservatives generally rule followers to begin with. This created will use the term again. The perfect storm for government to come in and response to Covid nineteen and hand handout a bunch of edicts. But lefties were of a mind to follow things I think the rationalization in here of well, maybe it'll screw up the economy, and that harms. Trump probably works into the way they think this through. The fact that they could be given government checks while keeping their jobs if they worked for government probably colored them to, but. They quickly followed it healed, but the reaction of many conservatives was the heel and respond to because we're rule followers. The question of challenging the legitimacy of the rule is not something that normally comes easy to somebody who is a conservative minded person. We've always had that fascination of how. Societies and cultures could follow despotic leaders and act. So terribly. Well this is where I do develop on Ratchet Organization is the second strongest human drive. How did we have? In place the following two factors in the southern part of the United States. For a couple of centuries. Overwhelming Christianity? And overwhelming. Of Slavery Both are in place in the southern part of the United States. How could you have a mindset where people who call themselves Christians could justify owning another human being. Germany, a predominantly Christian country. How could they justify following Hitler? At some point, the rule the way of life, the edict that's in place. Is Illegitimate on its face. With regard to the corona virus as I said you initially have to create a rationale to do something terrible and every awful decision that was ever made came with a rationale the institution of slavery. Hitler's March to Nazism. You create a crisis. Two. Million people are going to die. To justify extreme reaction, and once you put in place the rule. It's amazing how a custom people get to following the rule. Even if the role was based on a lie. Hitler had told nothing, but lies in order to get. The Germans to accept his mindset an ideology, but once they accepted they were in, and he had that power. Enter tele -tarian snowed. Ever let up on it. What I think happened here with Corona viruses, you initially had in the suburbs and more conservative areas, initially overwhelming compliance because people thought it was the right thing to do. There was again this lack of questioning or Who Am I to question. But what is developed over the last two months is pushing now rebellion. and. We are going to have this. Come to a head in our country. When Tony. Evers makes comments like the what he made last week the good old days. They're never coming back. Half this country at least once those days coming back. And, when you're talking about pretend potentially long-term. Economic Destruction I don't think it's dawned on people. How many jobs will not come back I? Don't think it's dawned on a lot of liberals. How government budgets are going to be decimated? That, decline in GDP in the second quarter is now being estimated. We don't know what it is. We're only in the middle of it. It could be thirty five percent down. That's number without precedent. To think you can instantly recover from that and have that come back. The number could up fifteen percent the quarter after that barely barely climb and two steps back on the big giant ladder. Once people realize that everything they ever knew about America. Has Changed at all. Sorts of rights were taken from them in the ability to do things like go to ball games and go to a football. Go to packer game, and not on. I can't go to packer games the badgers. Fans that when you allow people back in there be ten thousand. You can't have this at restaurants. Say nobody can ever shake a hand again and no stranger could ever be seen kissing somebody else in public, and you can't do this and you can't do that and we're all poor Ed. All of these governmental institutions have to be scaled back. We're GONNA have fewer cops fewer firefighters because our government budgets are cutted. People will wonder back and ask how we ever allowed this to occur. Now I do believe in the point I mentioned on this whole. Revolution is some of the people who initially accepted these measures. Did Not know. That, they were signing up for accepting these measures for a long long time. You'll recall the Tony Iverson his first order. And I'm not giving him credit for this because he's not clever enough to come up with anything. Ran Till April twenty fourth. and. I've noticed in listening to a lot of people talk that there are actually some people who thought that it would end April twenty fourth. They never understood that they put an end. Remember that month long. Order seemed like a long time when he put it out. But the okay, we can ride this out. They never presumed that the orders would be extended and extended uneven when they get lifted early lifting at a little five people in a store. This one still can't open. No, you can't go on and on and on and on and odd. Politically, the only vehicle that exists to represent this point of view is Donald Trump. and. He hasn't exactly expressed it yet. But there's nobody else on the political scene that I think you can count on to do it. Ed Eventually. I believe trump is going to find his voice this. At bringing our country back and we'll have to decide whether or not he wins or loses right now. I'll admit the democrats have the wind at their back. We have an election for Congress in the northern Wisconsin district tomorrow. It's a Republican district yet. The Democratic candidates dunker might actually be Tom Tiffany. No one really knows polling very unreliable. You again here. The same thing Republicans motivated vote etc, the same proud that we had in the Supreme Court election. The Democrats tell everybody to stay at home except to do all of the things that they actually care about doing. Those things I never under any stay at home orders. Tiffany's actually one of the word Conservative members of the assembly he'd be a great voice to see out there, in Madison, but let's face it. We're out of losing. We have some people that are out there talking about recalling Tony Recall. We can't even win an election right now. We could even win. A State Supreme Court election when the other side was running. Running a radical for crying out loud. You gotTA prove. We can win an election before you start talking about recalling people and so odd. and. What are the difficulties is that Republicans are not offering a lot of inspiration people on their side, the perfect storm again that term use for Democrats a dispirited Republican side and Democrats taking advantage of the crisis to steal away all of our power, all of our authority, all of our rights, and they will never on their own willingly. Give it back again, God. We are getting close to what I said. It would start happening. May I thank? My timeline has been pretty accurate. We're getting close to more and more people. Beginning to simply say we're not going to follow these awful rules. We're GONNA. Take the path of survival. We gotta take the path of restoring a quality of life. Another side and again early on the signs are going to be trickles and scatters. Some bars reopened over the weekend in Shawnee County. The Sheriff says he's not GonNa do anything about it. He says he's not going to enforce the order. This is the first county that I'm aware of right now where? You have a combination of law enforcement saying we're not going to enforce the order and businesses actually opening up. Hartford's police says say that they're not going to enforce the order, but. The business owners they're apparently are all a bunch of wimps and well, even if they're not gonNA, enforce it. We're GONNA stay closed. Again these things will gradually start to age. There will be more and more defiance in place. At some point, one of the larger churches here in Wisconsin. Is, GONNA Open Up. Say anybody who wants to come in. Is GonNA come in? And we're going to see whether the police start arresting to hundred and fifty people for trying to go into a church. This is going to be in front of us. At it does need to happen because as I say, you can't look to politicians to fight to give you your rights back. The best getting out of Robin. VOSS's regionally reopened the state income up with ninety seven different rules that micromanage us, so they micromanage us a little bit less than Tony Evolves. As for Scott Fitzgerald. He's just trying to get to June first. Nobody filed pulls avenue papers to run against him for Congress. This is going to have to come from the people themselves simply going to say we're not going to take this. As I predicted is going to happen. While there's initially this sense of well. We'll follow the rules committee conservatives. It's not GonNa be at the point of giving up their country and giving up their way of life and giving up their freedom. Not going to do it. And you may cancel all these events and say you can't do this. You can't do that. You can't do the other thing. But people are not going to put up with. Not, their kids not being allowed to visit a friend. They're not gonNA up with tattle tales, calling the cops because five people are in their house. In some communities they're not gonNA put up with people not being able to go to a restaurant and sitting Kendra table if they want to. This is big. and. It's going to have to as I. said come from the people themselves, because you simply can't count on anyone in government from either political party to do it for you. You'll be able to knock be over. I'll put it this way. I will be stunned if in the next two weeks. You get a Republican official of the State of Wisconsin, standing up in calling for simply define Iverson's order. Whether. There's an order in place, and there's this start resuming your life. You're just not gonNA get that from political figures. They're incapable of doing it impart. If you're a Republican. They are immortal terror of being ripped by the media. And, secondly being government officials themselves, they are prone to Ford looking for government solutions on their own. Trump tapped into when he was elected in two thousand sixteen, this thrown passion on the part of many Americans who had been alienated from both political parties who want to live a country premised on the principles that we were founded upon. And I am pessimistic about the long term future of this country if You don't start to see Americans themselves citing to reclaim these things without regard to what some government rule is or is it. It starts with raising your voice. And after raising your voice, it's going to have to move to action, and as I say as you watch people in their own individualized walking on the streets. Nobody's doing any social distancing people that are living apartment. Buildings Aren't doing any social distancing you go in the grocery store. People standing some distance apartment. It's not like nobody's going in there to eat their food. People are gradually becoming fed up with this as the weather warms up. There's no way you're going to be able to keep. All the people out of the lake crowded at the sheriff's department is going to go down there and start trying to grab everybody up. You are going to see riots. Do you think? That in the inner city where people are being told they have to stay twenty four hours a day in substandard housing that they're not gonna go outside, and they're not gonna go into parks, and so on. It's eighty five eighty, five eighty eight degrees outside. This has all happened very very fast. It's been all very very illegitimate. It's all been paste face based on very very phoney premises that this the virus something that was going to kill us all off. But as I say this great power grabbing this restriction of our rights and turning us into a totalitarian society, and that is where we are right now. When you got a governor, say which store can have a number of people in it. That's Talibanism. It's the face of it. And you see almost no support from political leadership either party saying that it is time. For us to start defying this guy when you have hundreds of people contacting individual Republican members of the assembly. And the best response you get. The guy running around two parts of the state that don't have the virus speaking on behalf of the legislature, and saying well I think regionally. We should reopen this, but keep screwing my own district in racine as Robin did. And again I found out here but I realize he's getting crap from the other side for just saying anything at all. You got back. Literally got a bag of crap sent to. At as as I, just been telling you, but I'll tell Scott Fitzgerald so at all of them. All the other wheaties including I mean you guys in Germantown you've got. Your old guy, there may as well be a democrat. They're sending out his health advisories at all of this stuff, no apparent shame for the bad advice that came from Andrea and so on you cannot look to the political process to solve this on the other hand. You also cannot out all of the political process to be hijacked. By Democrats as bad as some of these Republicans can be on these issues, the alternative right now is works. These are people that are trying. To permanently, take your rights away. I mean the candidate run against Tiffany is right out of the AFC playbook. And people like her are getting her way that the dream of people like. is to tell all of us what we can. Can't you with every aspect of our lives? Put a mask on this dude. Dr The other thing. The lesser of the two evils, which is what a Republican candidate right now in my mind sadly is. Is still much more better than as. That than the alternative. So if you already been willing to vote to stop these people who are trying to take away your rights. We do. In terms of what's going to happen within our own communities as I've been saying I believe this is going to come to a head. And every day the weather gets warmer, which would certainly not be right now. It's going to come to more of ahead. If? You're going to ask the biggest stimulus for that would be. It'll be the drying up of government. Assistance people going out of business. And the understanding of the reality that yes, my life is going to be ruined. I am going to go under because we aren't going to continue to be able to pay for this off. Government checks once that starts the kick in once reality kick said. Triggered that with people, just being sick of being told the cat walk into a park. And this revolt is going to happen. Somebody go to a break here. Just, don't expect this to be led by anybody. Who's any elected official? The one possible exception as Donald Trump. Who I do believe at some point is gonNA realize he was sold a bill of goods by FAUCI and Berks, and he needs to stand with the segment of the public that believes in freedom, because the other side will never support him no matter what he does. Same. News talk eleven thirty W I s mark belling late afternoon show. I'M NOT GONNA. Give you answered as just want you to think about it. One year from now. Do, you think you'll be able to. Go visit your mother in a nursing home and go into a room. When you're from now. The fact that? We can't answer that with any certainty on either side. Tells you what's happened? And as I say, don't look for any of the Authoritarians to effort. Give this willingly back. And just wait for the next sickness and the next the next the next to the next of the next one. This is rubbing a lot of people the wrong way and I think they don't know what they can do to resist. So at some point, you just have to resist. And as I say, that is going to happen. Waiting to say. If, seven people went to the nursing. We're just GONNA go ahead. We're going to see. The cops go to put all seven of those people seven different people visiting seven different old folks, so they all could be sitting there in jail. Or at some point with some of these law enforcement agencies just say as you're starting to see and shot county. Racine got no, we're not. We're not GONNA do it. Do it. I want to share with the audience right now and after I conclude this, go to the. L. Pay your bills cash contests. This is not the most strongly written impassioned Kala, but this is why I chose it. The Guy who wrote it is he's establishment guy. His name is Gerard Baker. He was the longtime publisher of the Wall Street Journal. In other words, not a flame thrower. Is a member of the global corporate media establishment. Conservative, principle sort of, but he's mostly an establishment carrying, and he's offering analysis of how this is playing out. So you're not GonNa get the passion that you're getting mark belling. From him. But I think his observation is correct. It's darting on him. That the public in the United States is growing. Very impatient. With what is being done to them? So I, WANNA share with you his column. And again. I think it's very insightful. He writes and he's focusing. It starts as columbine focus the whole Neil Ferguson story. If you're not familiar with Neil Ferguson's the guy who developed the imperial college model, which created all these lack lockdowns. He was caught. Breaking the order and Britain by going to visit his married girlfriend in defiance of all of the orders that occurred only because he came out and quickly said two point, two billion people would die, so he starts at that point. That's the rapids. Professor Neil Ferguson of Imperial College London. Has Been something of a poster boy for the lockdown extremists of our pandemic age. His epidemiological forecast, two months ago of a quarter of a million British dowse prompted Boris Johnson's government to drop its cautiously liberal approach, containing the corona virus and impose strict stay at home measures on the population. The same bottle has proved influential and US policy discussions to forecasting, as it did more than two million deaths here. The way given to the professor's advice was always slightly curious, not just because it was one bottle among many, but because could charitably described as his uneven record and epidemiology epidemiologic forecasting, he vastly overestimated the number of British deaths from the infection caused by mad cow disease in two thousand. What let me Interject Mad Cow? Ever many people said that was going to wipe out the population. Remember that. Ferguson was part of that to back to the column. As well as overstating the impact of bird and swine, flu and following years this week, professor are Gessen's reign of error. Good line was brought to an abrupt end in fitting petard, hoisting fashion, one of the world's most vocal proponents of stay at home and save lives message was forced to resign after acknowledging that he had been visited at his home by a lover on two occasions during the fiercest phase of the epidemic spread, moreover the woman with whom he was for brief interludes socially. Distancing was herself involved in montage, particularly ill-suited to our current viral paddock. It open marriage. In its picky you way. The defenestration or perhaps reveal. Professor Ferguson carries a moral fable for our distressed times. There is something qripoli authoritarian. About the way in which public officials scientists, and of course, that reliable ECHO, chamber of establishment consensus the modern media. Have seized on this moment of crisis. To order US confined to our homes. Revelation of the lockdown with areas assignation has added the time honored element of rank, Capela Chrissy to authorities style here as evidence of the economic carnage, the lockdown is doing to the count as the country piles up. Our. Own Authority figures many of them in public sector jobs with protected incomes. Continue to tell us that we must stay incarcerated and economically at active. The message is backed up by a media tells us that well. Other countries are starting to open up their academies. Americans must stay at home because somehow we are doing so much worse than anywhere else, but the US death rate per million years according to the latest data. About two hundred thirty. That's per million. Though, international comparisons are both invidious and misleading. This number puts the country somewhere in the lower echelons of developed countries in terms of the lethality of the virus, significantly lower than Spain Italy, the UK Belgium the Netherlands, France if some way above Germany, the country that really is the outlier among major developed busted academies, despite the daily Ranting from some critics, the US is doing somewhat better than most of its peers. Of course it is still early days, and cautioned remains wise, but it is starting to look as though Americans across the country. Tired of the constraints. And fearful of further economic loss. Are Starting to seize the initiative and start the long process of returning. To something like normality. With or without orders up now, an energetic. That's what I was referencing that I believe is beginning to happen. The people is simply starting to resist, and that's Baker is observed year. He continues. This popular uprising! May represent an organic counterpart. To the way in which we started to control the virus in the first place. A close look at the data now suggests. That in much of the country, people voluntarily began to eschew social interaction before the orders went out. And that it may have been that behavior. As much as any enforce dowd. That has succeeded in reducing the viruses spread. Let me interject in other words. He's saying. Some people started distancing on their own before the ready government orders. Again by point that people can handle this figure this out of their own and finally Baker concludes. Now as it seems that the worst fears have not been realized, and the goal of flattening the curve to avoid overwhelming hospitals has been met. People across the country are similarly substituting their own a judgment. And demanding a restart. Rather than acquiescing to authorities demands. It is put essentially American. Trust in the People's Wisdom Energy and creativity prove a better way out of this crisis than slavishly following the lead. Of those who often consider themselves to grand? To heed their own strictures. Baker appeared over the weekend in. The Wall Street Journal. As I say he's not exactly a flaming. Hardline resists person he is observing. However, the points that I was making the longer time goes on the more resistance there will be from the American public's, if for no other reason than people can figure out how to handle these things on their own. I believe politically. The winning side of this issue. is in the longer term and I mean. Several months of now overwhelmingly going to be on the side of giving people their freedom back and overwhelmingly on the side of not being among those who are trying to lock us all down. The path of least resistance right now lockdown to what the Media Watson so odd. But the public is fickle on this. There is only so wrong you can shove the majority of surround. Liberals have always wanted to shove everybody else around. They have gotten initial compliance, but they did so on the basis of ally. This wipe everybody out. And Baker points out. You don't have to look for a politician from poverty to lead you out of this. Because they're not gonNA, do it. The most brazen Republican Unified Robin was well. Maybe we can regional area. I'll put you know. Maybe we have county to any single case at all. We could allow somebody there. To go into a restaurant and eat a fish. FRY IT Woods. It's not gonNA cut it. Unless. We simply are going to be communist Chinese, and under the thumb of government shoved around for the rest of our lives. We have to start resuming our normal lives without regard to whether or not we get. The evil eye because we don't have a God. We have to be willing to allow churches who wants to to start opening. Their, doors. We have to be willing to go over and visit friends if we feel like without fear of cops arresting us. Before Tony. Everts ever gives us the go ahead to resume this, and he will never totally lift his lockdown. Never the always be subbed I five years now. There are still be some restrictions if they have their way. Oh No more than five thousand people that have asked about whatever. This is gonNA. Come with it. And we are going to decide whether or not. We are GONNA. Keep putting up with this. It is bad enough that for two months, people have not been able to see the doctor for all sorts of. Needed procedures. It is bad enough that we have seen as many businesses that are teetering have it is bad enough that we have wiped out this much of the economy, and for all of you left as it is bad enough that we're going to have to slash funding for public schools for the next several years, because government budgets have been cratered. All over an overreaction. To one more of the many illnesses that comes around and plagues us. That was all bad enough. The question is. Now that we know everything that we get, and how all of these things were so wrong whether or not, we are going to begin the process of taking our lives back or not. We'll find out soon. Enough it as I say the weather I, think is a major factor in this. There's only so on. People are going to tolerate this and as Gerard Baker a moderate observed, people are already beginning to take these things into their own hands, and that's just going to continue by advice to some of these namby-pamby Republicans is to get on the right side of this. Stop following the lead of your leadership, stop worrying about the media. And getting up there and demanding freedom open Wisconsin now without restriction we can figura restrictions on our own. We always have we always will. You know what I write about this, don't you? Know this rebellion is coming to. It's coming it slow motion because this is a rare case of rebellion coming from the right. When we rebel, it's polite like the tea parties in so odd, but it's. A. Yeah, it's it. What do you think Eddie rebellion is just that? There's going to be pushed back. There's already incredible pushback. But there's always strength in numbers. The more people resist. The SAFE REP becomes for other people to resist this. We're now wired to be slaves. We're not wired to be under a governmental up. We're not wired to be told that there's no joy at freedom in life. It's not part of the American human psyche at as part of the psyche of a minority of Americans those who believe in controlling others. They would not have been able to do it without the big lie. In the first place that this virus was going to wipe us all out, you could say maybe it wasn't a lie. Maybe they were just rog well. We know they're arrived. Now. Dot We, so there's no excuse left. One of the podcast system and delete all those commencement speeches, so we don't further polluted those minds by having them here. Bill Gates by Microsoft get a vaccination CNN last year. I mentioned earlier in the program. The situation in Shot County and I wanna go back and read a really inspiring quote from the sheriff here as I mentioned earlier, the sheriff from Shadow County says he will not enforce the Iverson Order. We've had a few sheriffs that have been that have been willing to say this. Including the interest the sheriff in Racine County as well. Now the Chateaux, cody story is coming to ahead. Because apparently, some buyers have simply opened in Chateaux County. and. The Sheriff says he's not GonNa do anything about it. Again these are these early stages that I've mentioned of. This resistance and defiance of people saying that I could put up with this crap. This is the quote from out of Bieber. He's the sheriff of Shadow County. Health code orders should never encroach on the constitutional rights of the American people. The bill of rights was designed to protect against government overreach, and I have taken an oath to defend the constitution. My grandfather fought to defend this nation against the Nazis in World War Two. My father fought against the Communists in Vietnam job and I will fight to protect our constitutional rights here at home I will not infringe on the rights of Americans to peaceably assemble or prohibit free exercise of religion, the right or the right to travel. The sheriff what I say that that also includes the ability for people to work I, believe that people personal responsibility supersedes government intervention. Leaders should not be treat should not pre people at subjects, but as citizens. And allow people to make decisions based on information provided them. Citizens should be encouraged to take precautions for their own well being, but not be threatened with kids or imprisonment. For doing normal actions that are considered. constitutional. And now another story pertaining to covid nineteen. There are certain numbers. Then end up helping you understand the story. Over half of all of the Kuroda virus that's in the united. States have come from just five states. And of those the majority of those have come from New York. So what other words more than half? The Kuroda virus deaths have come from just five states. And those five states. More than half of them, among the five states have come from New York again. I'm not saying more than half of the United States have come from New York. Forty five states. And then five states have about equal corona virus number two, and then of that universe of five states, new. York has more than half of them. On this business of encouraging people to live their own lives. The problem that they had any York was actually a problem of bad government. Advice right when the thing was hitting. which might have been a time for people to show if not social distancing some precaution? The mayor of New York de Blasio WHO's now Mr lockdown king encouraged everybody to go to chinatown the ultimate melting pot, and included obviously a number of people who had been to China related to people who are from China and seeing people trying to go to Chinatown and go hang together. I doubt. that. That's something that at the time, most people would have thought prudent, but it was what they were telling us that. New York which also didn't shut out at subway stations. Ground Zero for transmission of the virus. Now obviously. The largest population, the state, the more cases you're going to get and the list of the five states. Are, New York New Jersey Massachusetts. Michigan and Pennsylvania. Interestingly California's not on the list. Many people believe that the virus hit California earlier on a lot of people were never counted, simply died, it was thought to be the flu or natural causes, because the thing got out of China fire that expected sale. The thing that those states have in common in addition to being large for example Texas that analysts, very large state and population second I think. Is concentration of people in cities and heavy use of mass transit and lots of people living in high rise apartment buildings multifamily housing where they live on top of what other. All, not when you think about it surprising. To use these situations. As Ratchet L. for a national restriction on our rights and way of life. I want you to ponder this point as we go to the break. Think how bad it would have been. If we actually had two million deaths, we never would have recovered any rights ever. They were able to accomplish this. Over something that has had such a minimal impact on the mass, a vast majority of American citizens. And it's got to be up to the American people to decide how log they're gonNA put up with it. They got Milwaukee this is the mark belling late afternoon? Show on news? Talk Eleven, thirty W I said. Perhaps later in this week we'll do a lengthy story on. What is happening to just giving away three months of education in the State of Wisconsin, which is a problem at the high schools, but a scandal at the universities? It's one thing to say you'll give up one quarter of an elementary education the last twelve years. It's something else altogether to say that we're essentially going to treat an entire semester. Of A four year college program. As something that can be ignored. I get all sorts of anecdotal stories of wonderful work at Craig and a lot of private schools. Where they are rolling up their sleeves and doing everything in their power to serve their kids. Dropping off materials constant online lessons. Empowering parents with significant support materials to assist in the lyric. and. Other private schools may be nut is going on. In terms of public schools I hear of many teachers that are trying. To go the extra mile, but they are not backed up by their administration. They're not allowed to issue letter grades. If you can't let issue a letter grade, you've got no leverage on the kid to make sure the kid that does any work. You can't force the kid to participate in a zoom lesson since not flunky anybody. And, then you hear stories of some school districts that are doing almost nothing at all. There are some districts that have moved to a four day week. Head of a joke given that it's an online week in the first place. I reported on the program last week. That I have heard anecdotally that a number of teachers working at Amazon Kenosha on the day shift. I've contacted. The West Allis West Milwaukee School. Superintendent Mardi LEX Mont. he says he'll look into this. I'm not in a position to provide any names here. I. Don't know if they can catch anyone but any teacher. That's obviously hang around Amazon isn't doing anything during the daytime. The situation is especially dire in some of the larger school districts. Now I'M GONNA. Share something from someone, and I'm not going to identify him even though I don't think he has any qualms about it, he is, he's got an agenda. He's an official with a local private school. He's referencing how the Milwaukee Public School system has gotten away with murder here without any criticism from the public or the media. They're essentially taking all of this money including their referendum body. And, doing no teaching at all. In a population of kids that desperately need education. He writes mark an utter disbelief that no one in the local news media Arcachon NPS, the task for doing little to no instruction over the past six weeks. He references that his own daughter goes to. School and That within a matter of weeks, they were up and running with all sorts of interesting programs using Google Forms Google me zoom private tube channels, and so odd. None of this is going out at NPS. Mark I have a close relative in several good friends who worked for NPS. One of them works at one of the highest performing MP schools within the district Reagan high. Despite his and others best efforts after they shut down, they were instructed. They could not send lessons out to students or engage in any online classroom communication with students whatsoever. Again this is what's going on. Teachers are not allowed in NPS to send out material online to their students. Find a news organization that's reporting that continues. The other message from the district virtue signaling to cover up the fact that they are completely caving to the teachers did and prioritizing adult infra silver student needs lots of talk from the District and Union about opportunity gaps in societal disparities in terms of access to technology. That's a reference when I could have said any of this stuff up online, because some kids primarily African Americans Latinos may not have online access. It wouldn't be fair to some that. Some kids get the lessons and not others. Continuing Yet there are numerous schools serving low income students of color across our community who are shifted to revolt learning. This was not easy for any of the leaders and teachers involved. Get these private schools made the shift because they prioritize students need over adult interests as part of the mission of their schools, and it is frankly part of how they look at themselves as teachers and leaders who stir serve student needs i. And he concludes the shutdown, whereas illustrated more than ever the brutal reality. The NPS prioritizes adult interests over student needs the fact that they are using the opportunity gap language to hide their appalling lack of effort to meet the needs of low income students shameful. The lack of local media coverage around this issue was travesty. We literally have a sector of charter choice schools teaching kids right now while the largest entity in our community. NPS sits on the sidelines and talks about social disparities with no. What holding them accountable. The high performing choice and charter schools understand the societal disparities and the opportunity gaps in our community. Our reality, which are kids must overcome. They simply refused use these disparities in gaps, excuse for low performance again. There are other districts that are behaving disgracefully as well Kenosha bad racine's doing lousy. Some of these districts are saying that they're operating school days while providing no instruction. Everybody's getting paid and they're not going to make up the days. I grant you that. There are some exceptions in the Public School Realm, some doing better than others and within individual districts, some teachers showing more interest than others. There has been virtually no media coverage however at all. Of how the Cave in by M. P. S.? To the Teacher's Union has resulted in M. P. S. essentially offering no school at all. For months side end. For a student population more than any other in the state that desperately needs it. And as I say Kenosha racine her about as bad, there are probably a lot of other examples out there of disgraces well. Once. The decision was made that they weren't going to make the days. That empowered Iverson you this shut down. Because if the shutdown had met, all the teachers would after work over the summer. They would have raised buddy murder and there wouldn't have been a shutout. So that everything in place, shut down the schools. They'll make you make up the days and then. But these public school districts, some of whom are among the highest spending in the state like Milwaukee. Get Away with not teaching kids at all. Again. Another story in which no one in the media is challenging anything at all. Well some kids do not have the computer well. Maybe you should be asking open up the schools then. What about the kids who want to learn? If ever there was an argument to get rid of NPS. Get rid of public schools now. I will grant you this. For the charter schools, the private schools and so on they have to. Right now provide education and go beyond. Take the step and they have to do it. I want you to think about this point for a moment. Why do they have to do it? Your Private Schools School Choice School Charter school. And you aren't going the extra mile right down during the slack down to make sure the kids get educated. Why do they have to do it? The answers kind of obvious unless you're trapped in a governmental mindset. If? You're a parent who takes her kid out of public school to go to a private school. You're choosing while that you think is going to educate your cats. This is an opportunity for them to prove. Hey, we're better than the private school down the road. We can shine. Obstacles are up, but we're going to deliver for your right now because they are at a competitive environment, the people that are stuck in the crap. Public School Systems feel no competition with anyone. TAKE CHECK THE AD by stimulus. Check we sides. Oh, I think I'll go to work at Amazon in addition to all of that. and. Nobody will do a day I'm thinking about it. Let's go beyond the realm of the Urban Education Milwaukee doubt. Private schools in more affluent areas that charge a hefty tuition. Parents that are paying the full cost of the tuition. For their kids in some of those schools, I'm not gonNA, tolerate the crap your getting out of the public schools right now. We're in PS. No lessons at all. Some of the others, maybe one thing once a week. Maybe. The teacher sets up one session on zoom for five minutes a day. That won't be tolerated by para. WHO's right? I got tuition check for nine thousand ten thousand eleven thousand dollars to a private school. It is kind of interesting. That the people that are the biggest champions of these lockdown. Are the ones that are getting away with no financial loss at all at least yet. While doing the least amount of work. The gold breaking from the public schools a profound story. Again Failed to be covered. By the media. Type! Eleven thirty wins Mark, belling late afternoon shy, but On my program. Or at least commenting from time to time that I believe that you're joining to see gradually more and more signs of people in Wisconsin resisting. He's lockouts and other story on this now over the weekend, a restaurant in Beaver dam opened up. They just said screw it. We're opening. I think it must be kind of a biker theme place, it's called sixth gear and the photos that I see here. There are a lot of bikers in the parking lot, but it's not exclusively that end I think it's more of a restaurant and a bar. Nonetheless, they opened. The Sheriff Sheriff in Dodge. County Deal Schmidt. has implied that he would not be enforcing the governor's order. And indeed nobody made them shut down, so the six scare was open. And apparently dead spectacular business on Facebook, the owner says I'm closing today Monday, but only to clean and sanitize the restaurant. We sold out of all of our food. So there are clearly people that want to patronize these business operators. that. Have the guts to open up anyway. Of course. If you're dealing with a bar or restaurant, you have to be willing. You have to be in a community in which the law enforcement is going to allow you to do it. These things to I've heard stories of a bowling alley northern Wisconsin. That would just open. These are just going to increase in number. And the longer that we go that we are stuck under twenty his edict, the more people that are going to be in communities that are not governed by liberals that just going to say. Hey, we're going to open up. I'd love somebody to buy one of those bars in Hartford just so that one of them actually opens up since the cops there said that they're not gonNA. Do Anything to close them down in time. Things like this are going to happen. We're going to shift gears when we come back after the break and I want to talk about. The story that I don't want people miss even though it's overwhelmed in terms of coverage by the covid story, and that is the revelation of the shaft job that the FBI idea to Michael Flynn. I think the thing most extraordinary about the fact. That, they set up an interview for the sole purpose of trying to manipulate into a lie, so they could take someone who had committed no crime and turn them into a criminal. I think the most remarkable thing about that was that this was not some low level conservative citizens somewhere that they thought that they could grab. He was a retired three star general. Who was the national security adviser for the United States incoming? If! You can do that to Michael Flynn. Railroad him and turn him into a criminal. No what is safe. The fact that the FBI tried to cover up what they did to fled. After having done it. We can't let that story just slide. Given the fact that we have the bigger fish to FRY at trying to lift ourselves back into liberty right now. We can't let that story from a story slide so coming up in the next segment. I'M GONNA. Give you the chance for the six o'clock hour to win the thousand other word and the help pay your bills cash contest and share with you and update and a very well written piece. I just how? Horrible the FBI that Great America once-great American institution is slid. In terms of what he did. Flynn and why did it? News talk eleven thirty W. I. S Ad Mark belling late afternoon. Show to make you listen. To give the help pay your bills. Cash contests word after I. Share with you. It very important and powerful column from home, and Jenkins, of the Wall Street Journal about the FBI cover up. Of the railroading of Michael fled, they write soundbite purveyors will do their best to portray General Mike Flynn as a hardened criminal. Whom the Justice Department just like go is a favourite. DONALD TRUMP The case unraveled because there was no case as was revealed partly by an FBI memo. A Flynn was being targeted for political reasons. Both Flynn's interrogator struck at FBI chief. James, Colby. Never thought. He lied about his conversation with the Russian ambassador. The FBI never recommended criminal charges. It was the Robert Mother Task Force the ginned up a case used threats against Flynn's son to extort Flynn's guilty play. Why. As I pointed out the massive US intelligence establishment had looked and found no evidence of Russian collusion by the time mother was named special counsel. He knew there was nothing there. The steele dossier was known to consist of silly inventions and scrapings from the Internet. Likely tainted by Kremlin disinformation. Charges levelled at trump associates would be limited lying about non crimes. No collusion was alleged against anybody. Then, there is the intrigued that hasn't been aired or disclosed, which remains hit a classified report by the Justice Department Inspector General. This concerns the alleged Russian intelligence. That FBI Director Comey used to justify his unprecedented, improper and insubordinate interventions in the Hilary Clinton email case. I cannot stress too much. The dirt. This is very important. I cannot stress too much. The dereliction of the press. Since the flurry of disclosures in the May twenty seventeen new. York Times Washington, post, and CNN commes doings were triggered by a Russian intercept. That is FBI. Colleagues believed to be false and possibly a plant. This intelligence appeared to reveal named Democrats and Obama officials discussing a conspiracy to bury the Clinton investigation. Either Colby ignored the sevens, and implicitly became party to the conspiracies alleged goal of liberating Clinton from her email travails. Or exploited Russian intelligence. To facilitate the same end. Let me back up. What did Jenkins? Just say here. It is believed and was reported in May of seventeen. That the Russians had intercepted. That the FBI appeared. To be trying. To put together a case to allow Hillary Clinton to be cleared. Back to the column? Then when the Anthony Weiner laptops surfaced, he tried to finesse anew dilemma. By reopening the Clinton case in a way that. May well have shifted the election of Mr. Trump the press and the American public may continue to ignore these events, but it would not have been lost on Muller that. The FBI's Galumph ing actions were likely to become the story of the decade once the trump collusion story fell apart. As mother knew at what and other words with Jacobs's writing gear. Is that. Mother knew that. If the trump collusion story eventually fell apart, everybody would focus on the real story, which was the rigging of the deal that allowed Hillary Clinton escape fray on the emails. That was the deal that the FBI put the fix it odd. Thus the Russian collusion story according to Jenkins. Was Muller's motivation to keep people away from looking at the real scandal how they put the fix into clear Hillary Clinton back to Jacobs. Rate The travesties as you will not listen the FBI's role in promoting trump's victory or its role in promoting the subsequent Russia Collusion Canard. It's hard to see mothers. Four spoke pursuit of guilty pleas General Flynn. And others over trivial matters as anything, but an attempt to. We've a distracting Patina of legitimacy around the UP. The is election year actions even so. It's hard to imagine future historians ignoring the truth. One hugely expensive intelligence establishment mate, what me one hugely in one hugely in. Start that over our hugely expensive intelligence establishment, made a fool out of itself and our democracy over to likely low budget, Russia intelligence pranks the steele dossier and the fake information that sparked Calming Hillary Interventions unlike previous disclosures of intelligence agency skulduggery, these episodes do not emit any fate era of competence or This in the national interest they involve the FBI messing with the most sank percect sancrosanct of our democratic rituals, the selection of a national leader, and so clumsily that it produced the opposite of its intended result. Let me interject. As Jenkins points out, that's the great irony of this in their stumbling around with regard to Hillary the. FBI might have actually helped. Elect trump. And the column concludes. I have speculated that some patriotic desire to protect America's faith in its government may be behind the resulting cover up or simply a desire to protect the FBI and agency. Mother wants head headed, but I doubt our press has any such higher purpose. It has become so be sided with availability bias. Her social science term for the need to conform to acceptable tropes. That it no longer has a nose for a real story. Instead it relies I'd leaks, and even whole narratives Brompton its lap by manipulators who assured reporters? They are on the side of the angels. This is what accomplish leakers. Call me have done for years, but the William Bar Justice Department apparently load. It waits for supposedly independent press to show up with intelligent questions. But never. To that column deals worth not only what what I'm with the FBI how the whole Russia collusion story was an attempt to cover it up how the attempts to go and invent a crime against Michael? Flynn were an attempt to make something out of the Russian collusion story, which was never a real investigation in the first place and then. How the news media shows no apparent interest to get to the bottom of any of that. Tell appeared over the weekend again for those of you OUGHTA, track down home and Jenkins in the Wall Street Journal Leader Not Link Wall Street Journal colleagues on my website. News Talk Eleven thirty W. I s mark belling late afternoon show too inconvenient truths to end the program today, I. Consider as asked me to share this with the audience, one of the many things that were included. In Tony Evers his order. Is something that. Might not. Be All that beneficial local government and they might not want to know about. In Iverson's order at there was included. A suspension of property tax collections. If you don't WanNa, pay your property taxes, the ears order allows. People to delay property tax payments that are due until October without penalties are interest. The listener contacted me, said many of these local officials aware of it. They did raid Iverson's order. So. If you don't want to pay your property, taxes that are doing that would be. Anything that is due out a monthly basis or anything that is doing this interim. You can wait until October without having to pay interest. Or, penalties. In other words we may have found something in there. That would be a benefit to individual citizens that disadvantage the government. Anybody locally unlike it, they could bellyache Tony Evers about it and finally this. One of the things that is guide in what are the reasons I have argued that the number of positive test cases is not a good indicator of how prevalent the disease is. The more tests that you do. The more positives there are going to be, and we now are finally ramping testing in many parts of the United States. Including here in Wisconsin we open more sites again today, and most of them are free see you would expect that. The number of positive cases would begin to spike. In fact, this is very revealing. Today for the first time this month. The number of new cases dip below two hundred. So even though we are doing more tests per day, we're coming up with fewer positives per day. This combined with the now very low level of hospitalizations in Wisconsin, remaining in the low three hundred. Combined, also, then with the decline in the number of positive tests cast. Even though we're doing more tests, indicate to me. That this virus is gradually declining and Wisconsin to the point. That it is no longer possible. To justify any of the hysterical reactions we have seen. For a virus that is becoming increasingly in this state. Rare. Resist. Life.

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8/13/20 Extreme left riots decluttering our country.

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What I have an opinion that I expressed in this program, some things I'm just convinced. Some. Rather. Confident of. Others. Way. It's a mild opinion and in some cases player just making me gas. At I've always tried. To make it clear which category they would fall it. You know and. I should people are asking are you going to have a football picking contest this? Depends, they're going to have a football season. Have you been getting these questions? Why do I, what? I was just assuming you're going to say no when I said, why don't you ever get these questions and he said, yes, he is getting these questions Oh. Yeah. Well, everything's out of all. We don't know they're not be college football ed if there's just limited, we know it's like everything else if there's a point doing it will we'll do it. But if there's not a we aren't going to do it but that would be a perfect example of. Whether, certainly, I don't think anybody could say with any kind of Adam and certainty that they're convinced as the what's going to happen in a football game but you might have some games in which you're far more. Persuaded of an opinion than you are of others. I used for quality allergies because they always work. The media in its commentary on everything. Expresses everything with absolute certitude There's no room for wiggling at all. Now, you would think this would be dangerous. If you stated things with absolute certitude every time and you were. Wrong. You think eventually it'd be a laughing-stock. For. Instance. If. We did my football picking contests than what we like twenty weeks in a year something like that. And I went on twenty. Twenty one shot up. You'll like those people correcting you Tucker Carlson on Kamala versus cavalier. You hear his response to that. I'm so happy with Tucker Carlson's response. So what? Is. The NAG's nannies out there Tucker Carlson. So I think he's going to call her Kamala Harris now for the rest of the year just to get under their skid just drive crazy that people who like to correct things like that. I don't know how long Tucker Carlson's GonNa last but that's almost that other question the point that I bake is. If I. Went Over Twenty One. But every week instead of home one night at doing just. Absolutely, told you I was going to write this era more for disagreed with me. I'd be a full. Yet the media and the left is wrong about everything. Always. But they don't have that sense of shame. Why. because. There's nobody to call about it. WHO's the call the media on media missteps other than the media, the media by definition is. The most pieces of our society, the only people to call them on them would be others voice, but obviously, most voices are held by the media themselves. Now. Let's talk about the extending media. There's no good term for yet people use the term social media. That's a bad term. We need a better term for. When social media came out it was when people were posting got facebook. I married we went up north for the cat to see the cabin that that's not what facebook and Google and twitter at irony there. Now, the most powerful news sources in the world there are I guess half the people in this country under the age of forty, get their news from social media from the news feeds they google put out and fake and facebook puts out I. You get a lot of yours facebook's newsfeed. Don't you? Yes so It's I therefore I think that it's not correct to just referred to this as social media anymore because the the usage that people get from this is way beyond just social chit. Chat Ed. Look at this photo of the baby picture and so on. It is your source of news facebook may be a more important source of news that the New York Times right now. So I'M GONNA call this the extended media. When people who are not in the media tried to call the media on their misstatements they often have no form other than the extended media put something on twitter put something on facebook but even then those things are being taken down right now with shocking regularity. To Express Eddie criticism. Of Certain stated expertise Kuroda virus that I'm telling you. It's really Fast they get those things off his social media. Even if you draw attention to. The wrongness of somebody of the statements you I mean you could get a cottage industry just coming up with all of the things that that quack. Anthony Fauci has been Rog abode. But. If you try to posted on social media just dowd. It's God. To understand what I was referring with regard to nuance of opinion, I, try. and. I always had met with Iraq I just don't understand why the be. Well, I know what the media as. Thorough, the time I'm only a little bit. So therefore, there's never any problem with doing it. It isn't exactly humiliating to admit your Iran when someone like me being an incredibly brilliant a conservative is wrong. Only a pot occasion. If the media admitted, they were run every time they admitted they were wrong. They would literally have to correct every single thing that they would ever say I beat it would become tedious the newscasts but mostly just the correction and the admission of Rodney's. So, as you go through things and see how things are playing themselves out. I've tried. To show extreme confidence in the things that I'm very very. Certain. Others that I? Think, very, very likely I'm right and then lower and lower and lower as things go along now made this comment about silver earlier in the week. When silver had finally had the long-awaited pullback silver was going up like eighteen nineteen days and finally pulled back five bucks i. I don't know if I come was give it a week or For everybody who missed the WHO missed the opportunity today's that can jumped in and get some of it again, I stated that with I would say that would be in my category, two of the four categories of strong confidence that I think that. Silver what it was twenty five is far likelier to be fifty before it's cat. In other words, it's a tremendous buying opportunity silver of courses bonds back. Pretty good. It's almost mates that back with highs I think the highs run twenty, nine and thirty, but it's in the mid twenty sevens right now. Now. Here's my plan for bringing this up at the beginning of the program. Let's. Let's suppose that what happened with precious metals here this summer and if you're not aware really all year but especially, this summer precious metals at especially silver have exploded in price. And I happened as you know to be of the opinion that is the beginning stages of a term bull market. That's premise thaad a declining dollar and inflation. But. I could be wrong I. Mean they're going to be right or wrong. Well I guess the thirty could be somewhere in be in other words, gold and silver kind of just hang around flat for the next five years. In one of those things, it'd be right wrong or somewhere in the middle. Right. Let's imagine get I'm Rod. At, it would be good if I'm wrong. Generally speaking precious metals in commodities exploded price when the economy is having real problems. So it'd be good if I'm rock. Let's imagine for example, Selva goes down, to twelve. Well. First of all y'all know you want all know yard be say I thought that. You know when silver was fourteen screaming was eighteen the party was on what it was twenty four. Here we go but it was thirty. This is not the end. So pulls back to twenty five I e better getting your now. So if I roy, it goes to twelve. What's the point of me? Say I never said that you all know I said it. Not Admitting your ride gets in the end Kinda pointless. Paul says it's like a gopher cheating their own score. Why is it that you or you try to wade into the analogy thing I am the master of the analogy why is it like that? Do you mean you don't mean an attorney that you mean like a Golfer that you`re A friend that a force of yeah. Because when they do we get on TV we all you know. Can't cheat I still. Would've remarkable things to me I drink up all the time I forget which tired of it was, but it was the judge said where he supposedly committed this infraction and Fan saw it on TV and they called it into the PGA and they docked the next day. That's still blows me away that a fan at home can catch up I wanna do that baseball every time I, see a pitch tin that strike box that they call the ball I want to be able to get on the Horn and make baseball correct tat instantly. Well, it's point gulfs the only sport where you would actually let a trouble. That's where Tucker Carlson, the come in. So what so he did they didn't catch it. So what why is it your job at? Why do you care? Dolphins the Post Anal Sport we have. Right Now there's not any what like well. We've settled so much what would be second? Don't ask the opposite of ADL NASCAR does whatever they want whenever they feel like it racist going on too long without a yellow flag they'll just oh, debris the track I laugh about that all the time there has never been one lap in the history of Nascar that somewhere on the wasn't debris. By the very nature of it Oh, we got debris track. Okay. Horse horseracing is. It's weird in that it's both anal and completely not the same time. There are some things that are anal about it. But mostly I made mostly. Mostly cheating is rampant and it's lawless and I would be one of the things we need the we have more of the Anal we've got to be a little anal ticky tack disqualifying especially in New York riders for interference and so on. That's a big controversy in the sport. Olympic. Sports tend to be anal. Yeah. You're right about that. Practice field is rather radio. I don't Jimmy is anal. I guess I don't I. It's Ticky tack. Well, how do you mean like if they don't land of yeah, I suppose of but now we're reaching the fact of the matter as we can't come up with anything that even approaches golf in terms of just the opposite, the number of little rules that they. And then all these golfers they pride themselves on knowing all of them I don't know what's worse that they have all these rules, but some golfers actually know them. Like a while he addressed the ball and you did like. I don't. Like, you can't contact the ball with the club head or something or another. You can't grout. You can't ground what is it? You can't ground the club when you're putting is that what it is? teebox you can't. You can't take a practice the but there's something about grounding the club when you're putting you see or or is it Something where you're not supposed to let the club had hit the ground before you. Before you hit the ball. I I don't even know. So that's my point but they got all of these ridiculous. What did we get off on the whole Adl thing? So anyway getting back to the point that I make about. And there is in the end I always try to pay off at often these rants. There's no point in me trying to ny that I was wrong about something. No sometimes, people will misquote me. For example, I might have said a will happen if be occurs be didn't occur the eight and half to say, well, the beat didn't happen I said that in order for this to happen there has to be another thing or I will say something and make it only a mild opinion and some people will act though I guarantee that it would occur but by in large. I didn't see trump letting the presidency I thought as you know in the general election, my commentary the day before is I thought it was a lacklustre the people thought and I was struck by the fact that he puts so much effort into Wisconsin that I felt his people blue something but I didn't predict that he was going to carry the state. So, when he won the state, I admitted that I was surprised is of the all IDA is GonNa. Really you know he was going to where, where was that commentary from you before the election. There is a consequence though. And this is my payoff of the point. and. After I, give you the paper to give you the sizzling summer cash contests texted word for the three o'clock hour. There's a consequence to nobody ever calling the media. For being wrong when they're. Just as there is a consequence for nobody ever calling the left for being wrong when they're rod. For example, everything lefties have ever done in public education has been a disaster. The areas that they have the most control of Public Education is republic education is the worst they control almost all public education, but it is overwhelming control in the big cities. Where there is nobody else that has that he put all of that's republic education is the worst. The consequence of nobody to call them all the mistakes that they've made in all the things that they said that was going to happen happening is. They end up not being discredited when they the next thing. Now, go back to my original analogy the. On Twenty, one of the football season with the football picks, let's imagine I was Owen seventy can use imagine if I was seventeen. I mean I could imagine you being seventeen but can you just imagine if I was the one seventeen? You'd never hear the end of it and people would tune into here my idiotic thing and they would laugh about the next thing, the media and the liberals on seventeen there. Oh, in two, hundred, Fifty, seven, thousand yet. They don't have that same mocking and ridiculing with the next thing that they come down with because there's nobody ever to blow the whistle same thing for example, with Fauci the cracks been wrong about absolutely every single thing. So therefore, whatever the next thing that he paddles off about with regard to the corona virus should be mocked and ridiculed given the fact that he's been wrong. But since nobody's blown the whistle and all of the earlier mistakes he doesn't get. That step to says them with the next thing that he comes out and says. When let me give you the word? They don't finish off that white whereas. Sizzling summer catch? Fun. F. Should I have had to spell fun. Yeah for. All because I think they might have thought I was saying a different word. Oh, well, it spa as in. Go have some fun. You have until four o'clock to Texas. Now she's going to two thousand dollars texts that into two hundred, hundred text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Messaging rates apply. In this. Contest. By contrast. When Republican politician. What a conservative politician. Predict something or does something? Does it work out? You never hear the end of it? It's even got to the point of these newspapers do these fact checks where they come out and they say that the Republican is wrong even when they're not. You'll often see conservative politician I can accommodate Republican politicians say something it's undeniably true and they'll rule it false. So there's that constant. Hyper examining scrutinizing everything that anyone right of center ever says. And any statement they make any? Projection, they make any policy decision that they bay. Is criticized forever. Let me go in time to make a point. I will grant you that sometimes we evaluate decisions too early. I'll use a football analogy again it just amazing how well they work. After the NFL draft every year. You'll often see the media come out and give grades how a team drafted. The same thing happens in college sports with the recruiting classes. Well. Let's ridiculous to grab at greater draft after the day after the draft is over. The players haven't played yet the time degrade the draft is after those players all get to the NFL or a recruiting class after they played two or three years in college where you could see whether or not they pad out or not. But everybody wants to make instant judgment on things. I would say that you can't really evaluate in NFL draft until five years after the fact. And if you go back and look at some of the Packard raspy indeed, we're able to find that if you look five years after the fact that some of those drafts including almost all of Ted Thompson's final drafts were absolute disasters. That there wasn't a single player never bite at all pro. There wasn't even a starter that would come on them. But you really can't even do that as I'll use it as A. Slowdown I'll use as an example. Last year is good class. Clearly, some talented players edit. Bot. Gary. Barely got on the field pro. Plug that tank we deliver propane straight to you extend your aunties went through. That's. Pain taxi pro Pentax Dot Com let's cook in this weekend. If reeling is your plan, then make it easy on yourself. Go to propane taxi dot com enter Promo Code bbq Ten for ten dollars I barbecue tank exchange delivered to your door. It's that easy with propane taxi. So you can focus on family friends and fun at Tropical smoothie cafe. They want you to get away every day unwind with their watermelon moheda in new. Guava Market Rita smoothies pair one with their delicious new barbecue pork case for a mini summer. 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I think many people especially, if there is a packer season, this year are expecting to see significant improvement from Gary given the fact that he's such an incredible athlete and you think that that would translate into being able to make plays in the football field. So that's my football analogy. Some of these things you have to give time to in order to make a judgment on. Somebody does something in terms of economic policy to look at what things are like five weeks later but that's not enough time. I've got one where we have enough time. It was in twenty eleven. That one of the most controversial policy decisions in the history of the State of Wisconsin was implemented. Governor Walker proposed that the Republican legislature implemented. A series of. Educational Reforms. Aimed at lowering the cost of public education. Making public employees pay at least something for their obscene benefits. And finally once, and for all break the backs of the Teacher's Union in the excessive. Import, they were giving to how the schools were body. All three of those are part of the goals we wanted to weaken the Teacher's Union saw that they could stop shopping you around going and making all of these decisions about policy that clearly were resulting in poor quality schools given the fact that most people were aware the public education it Wisconsin with sliding also had far higher costs for our education than almost any other state in the nation. For. No evidence and we've had this problem of high property taxes in the state of Wisconsin for the longest time. The opponents of act can. And we all recall the Walker was recalled over the thing in every that a recall election rather over the situation in. So Audrey, all recall all of the horrible predictions that would occur if act was implemented. It's now nearly ten years later. That's enough. Todd, not map. None of. Now one of the bad things that we were told was going to happen happen what? Instead, school taxes actually went down some of the budgets guided a better shape. We manage to get the union out of having as much input. They still have a lot of input because they control school boards but at least They didn't have the ability to go at it. Starting to go she hitting things like. How to teach the classes and so odd and none of the things that we were told that what the awful things that were going to happen happen. In fact, just the opposite occurred during Walker's tenure, the economy of the state improved dramatically. Once, we made this move to reform education reform local taxation. We suddenly became very attractive for business and industry to locate into the state. We had a tremendous job boom, all of the stuff that happened. Up until we chose the put twenty or some place and started at screw things up, the point that I make is that's enough time to evaluate the decision. Let's imagine. that it went the other way. That all of the terrible things that we are going to happen because of that can actually happen. You'd never heard the end of it. How many stories have you seen in the media going back though and say you know what? Act had worked. And none of the terrible things that we were told we're going to happen happen while Scott Walker is right. There isn't a single story from the media that goes back and says, the Republicans were right. But if the Republicans arrived, you'd never hear the end of it likewise on the opposite side. If a liberal public policy is put in place and it turns out not to work. You are going to get the media coming forward and saying you know what that didn't work. I'll give you a very recent example. The DRA cody and estimates of the number of people in the United States and we're GONNA DIE FROM CORONA VIRUS Millions based on that Imperial College Model. How many mainstream media stories have you seen mean on the conservative media mainstream media stories have gone back. And focused on the terrible decisions that were made on the basis of that awfully wrong prediction how many stories for example, have you seen mocking and ridiculing Andrea Palm the crack from Madison for her horribly wrong predictions on deaths in Wisconsin which were all based on that national figure none. Or if I say virtually nut. Virtual not. If those stories word People would have less reason to fall for the supposed expertise. Of these cracks the next time they predicted something. The next time we said we should do something given their lengthy track record of being Rod. So. Well I always try to admit when I'm wrong and I don't mean like every little minor little thing including things I forgot. But you know I used as an example because I have a fairly strong opinion and again I hope it wrong about this. That we're headed for commodity inflation because of significant weakening of the dollar and paying the price for policies of both political parties, and if we don't end all of the stimulus that pretty soon, the dollar is going to be trashed really really badly you're already started to see because of changes in the way of life and changes in lifestyles a lot of course going up in particular real estate. Suburban real estate which did not keep up with urban real estate up at the last fifteen years is headed to a new heyday again. For again a lot of reasons that we see societally plus I believe that we are headed for the first time really in forty years in this country, their people at the age of forty five inflation is. They just don't. We haven't had real inflation since Jimmy Carter left. People can't imagine what it's like to see things go up in price double digit every year. Do you remember interest compounds? Something that's thirty cents five years later is a buck sixty people can't fathom that that's what we had. Of all the economic problems they have it's by far the worst. It's worse that unemployment it's the worst one you could APP. Because it destroys. People's life savings. It's especially terrible for older people on fixed incomes or people approaching retirement who don't WanNa take a lot of risks in their investment. The value of the dollar, the dollar. By as much as it did before. So all this money that you stash decide. Instead of buying year three dream homes that gives you too low for breads and a pint of sour cream. Go together, who would go to the grocery store and buy three loaves of branded a pilot pint of sour cream that would be an odd. You can't really put the sour cream on the bread. That's a very odd example they came up with. No I know they don't go together and that would be very weird order. It's almost like something like Jesus parable where he took the loaves in the the loaves and the fishes in defend the masters right? It wasn't loaves of the seller cream but three loves bread and Sour. Cream. I don't even eat the bread anymore not that's the carbs in all of that stuff you try that carb thing. You should try it. I want people to be as miserable as I am it's not miserable. It's not as hard as people make it out to be, but it's annoying. You know what I'm saying. Like you don't take like you just you don't can't even imagine like some of the stuff that's on the list if you're not doing the carves. Everybody knows the obvious ones you don't eat potato pasta bread I mean those are the obvious. What's right? Yeah well. Try to eat breakfast. It's eggs and berries. There's nothing exhibit. No not fruit just berries, apples and all that stuff terrible berries are low low carb through. So you can. They'll let you do those. It's not zero cards at alleged than eggs. That's it. That's it pancakes Oh man you ought to do this. You're never get a pancake again I'm sure somebody's got some sort of. Lake. Flawless Pancake or something I. Don't even mind. I don't even I don't even want to try those things. I mean I think I just saw asparagus Burger, the store I think that's what I saw. It was. I don't want that. At asparagus Brad you. Done. No I need to have done babb all right now elated. asparagus Burger. Just. EP asparagus said you have to. Have we got to that point that in order to make somebody want to eat asparagus hypnotized them into thinking that they're eating a hamburger. The. veggie. Yeah. But that's just soy. Soy All it is is filling. You know what they do. You know what they're really doing. They're they're packaged together. They'd put a lot of mustard, bake it on the top of it so that they don't taste the fact that there's no actual meat and that's how they do that. Yesterday his credit grill. One of those things you know what happens like the flavor goes out of the grill because it's all watered it's instead a grease dripping doubt. It's literally water putting your fire out. How did you get out of this? This is your fault. Eddie problem we have on the program that's now your fault Georgia, stand it. I brought up they Brennan and so are stupid point. As I say I correct my stupid points. I WANNA, make it point now. See for people who think that this is Stupidity It's like the parables that got to a point here about. How it is that people could be liberal and how we can be baking some terrible mistakes that were making in the United States of America. And how it can be listening to people who have been wrong about everything else and how can we not understand that some of the things that are being prescribed stupid like in a country with soaring murder rate. Cutting police budgets. How can we not understand? That's an incredibly stupid idea. How could we understand that it's an incredibly stupid idea for a toast to go in and allow a bunch of outsiders to trash their city trash, their police department stage a riot at the home of a police officer, and then let them whine and cry and complain because the police officer came outside of his house stood at his own front yard. Now as I say, some of these things seem to be so. You wonder why some people draw the opposite conclusion and I'll go back to my point that they've not been forced to be discredited for having been wrong about everything else if they were they would be less willing to run around and proud off such idiocy the next time around because we would all laugh at everything they said. My next thing is really good. So as to not Russia regurgitate the break right now can you handle that? Well why couldn't you actually? I do I do your permission. I don't you get all those things that I wanted to every we do all of that. I. The reason I'm having to the Don Lemon. Thing is I've had some idiot liberal say that's not true. But people on the left were questioning whether or not calmly, Hera should call herself. African, American. I it's a better year that this has been going on. Remember most of them didn't want her to be the president because. They didn't think she was liberal enough think how crazy lefties when she's not liberal enough what stolid wasn't far enough to the left for the Soviets either how far off do you want to go while we know what that answer is. Bernie right. They're still under hissy fit that it isn't Birdie. Yeah, what is the thing? But that the the birdie bumper? His Bernie Sanders dead well. That's like. Paul here's the thing Birdie might be dead, but he's still more vibrant than Biden. You could literally be dead. It has a stronger pulse than by right now. There's something about liberals that when their candidate loses they WANNA keep the bumper stickers, the signs and their carpets, and it's an odd thing I mean. See I mean I think after you win it makes some sense because. Let. Me Say this after trump won in sixteen did you do very likely he'd run again and twenty same. WHAT'S SCOTT? Walker if you're in your supporting somebody, he's still in office. So that's still current statement plus unless the person isn't intending to run for reelection, it would still make sense of doing it. But I mean when you see somebody still has a fine gold sticker on their car this is either somebody that's covering a rust spot or in total denial. That birdie it's like the whole thing with lefties. It's such a badge of honor plus no lefties have to worry about. A. Bernie person in your neighborhood does it after worry about their car being vandalized the way at person does if they live in Walla toast there West Alice, they just don't have to if they if by the way if it was our side that was doing this vandalizing and trashing of lefty cards and signs, you understand how different this whole story would spit again. At vacating people throw rocks through windows of people with Joe, Biden signs in their yards but. Equally, this whole thing would be responded to very very different and again, I'm not advocating it. I'm just saying. Feel like you've watched all the things find even more to love with Xfinity X. One, the ultimate entertainment experience catch live sports they're back along with more scores and more. With xfinity sports zone the best sports entertainment experience, plus find all your streaming apps and more in one place with award winning voice remote x one makes entertainment simple easy. 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Don't know if they invented they just made it popular but saw they must have shows that which they show people that I I, mean it's just. I never heard the term and now it just interested. They claim it's good for your mental health. It's good for this that and I just your wife does it all the time? Well, that doesn't even make any sense. You can only declutter Paul if you've allowed clutter to occur in the first place. Uses the turbo all the time. All right the she as a realtor declutter. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah that's I get it but see you people can't declutter much because the only way you can declutter is if you have cluttered. Time of cluttering. That's me. Fortunately. I'm only me. I can't even imagine if I was lake. You had girls are girls more cluttered than boys. You know you didn't have boys. I have I have neither so I ask you get why didn't hear. He doesn't work here. Anymore Columbine put wherever he is. What you think girls clutter less than boys. But what about girls keep more clothes and stuff than boys? But no, but I. But I think it clutter I don't mean messy I mean just too much. To say other than stop if you know what I mean just too much stuff. I have too much stuff. No. We'll see I'm not a hoarder. But I realize I evidently have hoarded. The difference and I've come to learn this and there's another going to be another payoff at this point. Hoarders can't ever declutter. For A hoarder to declutter would be just. It's like a heroin addict getting off heroin. They would go nuts over it. I right now m a maniacal declutter. I'm having people helped me out of this clothing through and sorting on and organizing all of this stuff ed. I'm just so used to hearing the same. You really shouldn't throw that away. I am just if there is any doubt, it's God. Any doubt it's God. Any doubt it's got I'm prashant stuff right and left the other stuff that clearly isn't junk. It goes to the garage. I had this in Vincent. Depaul come today with a truck. Oh I just I I was so happy that trump pickup truck filled with by stuff going away. You think that'd be unhappy but I just hope. They hair with it I take more bags of garbage. I've you saw happy about that clearing out stuff and desks and my philosophy out has simply been this. If I have not seen or use this in fifteen years, I'm not gonNA see your use it in the next fifteen years I might be dead after that. So therefore, it's of no use to be. That's the standard that I'm applied I'm applying the fifteen years. Well, that's this is. Just. kind of stuff that over the years you saw save because it would be nice to have that or it's that busted right? Now busted. So why throw it out or not busted why get rid of it? I mean I have this desk in the basement and you know it was in the desk of the basement, all the stuff that was important enough to be in my actual real desk that I have. That's all God if it wasn't important enough to the real desk guests lot. It was never important, right? Do I really need to have checking account statements of nineteen ninety-three. But this is the stuff. I. Found because it was stuffed in this drawer zillions of years ago and I never went out at any cluttered it. So that isn't really horrid because it was just off over there. Ian Tucked into this area where it never goes off gets visited you. Same thing with close close becomes controversial because what if your weight goes up or down something come back and now in the stage where the stuff that I'm glad I didn't throw away things because they're coming in handy because of going in the correct direction fortunately. On that but I'm just getting rid of stuff. Like crazy. And some of the stuff are keepsakes memorabilia. For instance, I saved a lot of clippings and stuff from horse races over the God God Gone Gone God. They use it. Why would you get rid of that Paul if I threw it in a box in two thousand one that not go back to reread that story once in nineteen years am I ever GonNa do that? Maybe what I'm ninety I want to look back I. Wish I had that box screw it I'm not ninety and I'm not. I don't think that's going to happen and probably be like Biden then and not even know that I ever owned by the by the time I I'm it'll be like Joe, Biden and think. Croquet I was in Croquet or something or at other I mean for all I know Joe Biden thinks he was a jockey just ask if he might come up with that thinking about Biden's remember. Biden told Tall Tales before he lost his marbles. So he's got this thing if a guy that was they had no grasp of reality even when he had a grasp of reality yeah, it's plagiarized. Remember he talked about he was at the top this law school class it. He was like the bottom he was down. There were you you were. Do, you even know where you were. Yeah. You'd never saw ranking. Did You They. Always talk about top of the CL I did don't think they ever put that out. Yeah, but they didn't put out a list of every body where they say somebody ranked third. I never saw that. I WANNA. Go I WANNA. Go back and check that. We got a guy who works here at the station who was in my class I want to see where he came in. He was probably Halo, right. Well, yeah I mean that's why he went into sales. I mean nobody at the top of anything ever went into sales sales is what you go into when you can't do a damn thing but can talk what right? Yeah Radio Yeah radio sales there's a lot of men says that are in that. Courtesy the same name as the the Walla Tosa Office of the term we applied of the people that have yeah high intellect anyway. So. Here's the. Thing that I, noticed about this, some of these things that I am getting in like I say I. Because I have no patience. This is not a meticulous. Let's go through this. I am in a moronic fashion I, take great big green garbage bag and I I'm hurling things in their stuff. I don't even look at the. Thing I just figure if it's laid with this other stuff that I don't want everything that's said Bam Bam Bam Gone Gone Gone Gone Gone and I have some people that are thinking that I might be literally throwing the baby health the bath water that I might be doing something and I just I just right off mode that if in doubt out rather get rid of something that I need the keyboard stuff that I don't need because I'm trying to get trying to make some progress and there's just sub Paul I, have a TV set in my bedroom that I have not turned on fifteen years. I don't know if it C- you ask. It it's It's a flat screen, but it's got the guts behind it. That would be a picture to a bright, but it was still a flat screen but is. Well? The, the the. Was the satellite box that was hooked up to it stopped working years ago and instead of getting it fixed I just decided to give that box background to be charged for the extra box years ago. The DMZ vase they'll sit in there. And I I mean I rationalized the TV sitting there because the TV's on a beautiful sad at it actually looked better having the TV in their the not having, but it has turned odd. I have not turned on the TV and fifteen years. Everybody to succeed. I think it's weird to watch a TV when you're in your bedroom I, just think that's weird. You. Think, I'm nuts about that. Don't you? Everybody. Thinks I'm nuts about that I just think. My point is if you're in bed sheets, you'll be trying to sleep. Why would you be watching television? You're saying yes. This is another difference between being single and being married or. Another thing I'm single and the only guy in there that bed is. Some people have the bed for two purposes. My bet is for one sleep. There's. Kids that got ya see I don't have that. That's what anyway that TV is well. Whether or not that TV was salvageable or not. It's God then I go into the sock drawer. Twenty six pairs of socks what do I need those for? I don't clean. My do my laundry, every twenty six days. I don't need all those pairs of socks summer ever getting word Gone Gone Gone Gone. Significant stuff insignificant stuff. That's I've been then dishes. Okay, I, have guests over I need I need more than one plate twenty twenty. Seven my sister come over to assist you with this said, your job is to go to the kitchen take a look at everything. Anything that's like close to junk more on the junk side the decent you throw away or take home one of the two. If you think it can be given away put over here. So she just went through all of that and I don't say that's the that I'm in so. Telling this. And this gets through I think at interesting observation. Is I've noticed it is a lot easier. To get rid of something. That it is to accumulated. Some of these things that I've throwing away with less than one second thought. I mode of thought who hours about before I bought. Or if it was some keepsake something that I would have given a lot of thought to our treasured for a period of time and was actually important. These things that took a lifetime to build up. I can discard it in an instant and my revelation about that is that's true of everything. You know it's especially true of. Yes. Somebody dies what we do. Two days two days pass. He's in the ground you have a funeral people cry he's gone and I'm not saying you totally forget about it. We move on pretty quickly. Don't we? Somebody, this is a person who had an entire life that they're out there. And human beings realize life goes on and while some people take the death of a loved one very, very seriously. The fact of the matter is that most of us could roll through this rather quickly. For. Instance. Of, due to die I'll prove that I could make it. If you want, we can make it. You do you add it to be you or me? You probably. would. Just say why not us because it's not even that much of a hypothetical. Okay. Paul says it's me I. Let's Suppose I. Croak. Now if my case would be a little bit more serious than most. Because I'm very, very important obviously the company and they don't it's not like if we. lost. Somebody what are these stations down the aisle? DIED OKAY FIDE Voice tracks somebody else who? Would ever so I mean there would be some thought about that and people would okay I'm not the air but. I fully understand. The audience, the station all over this next lead stay right. I mean, the only down the only downside would just not being in the way of Donald when he was barging into the studio and claiming that shared only. At that's just the way it is. So it is with everything. That point. And I was kind of pondering this this whole inspiration, the light bulb came. Three minutes before the show I was getting my last cup of coffee before the show. I was Kinda thinking about how I'm throwing all this stuff away, and then it dawned on me that's really how we are with human beings. I thought, about? Abortion? The process that goes through people to get to the play and I don't mean like a tinder date but you have sex in a relationship and you have a child at the set of the other and decide whether it added then five minutes later you had the abortionist and the baby's gone. But that's not where I'm ending. Or tweeting that. Just throw it away after so much time so much effort to build up. So much of it, you know what that is. That's what we're doing our country. Two hundred, fifty years of history. So, many checks and balances. History that's both messy at admirable at the same time. Territories in so many different nations that we through together. Such. Open acceptance of being a melting pot of people coming from everywhere in the world. More. So than any nation in the history of the world giving people broad freedom so that you can have just about, Eddie religion you're watt and speak about just about any political opinion. You're what and say just about anything you want. And that our cultural traditions that are symbols. are ways of life of. Arguing things out politically. But always respecting the fact that we have elections and some are going to be in power for a time and others are going to be empowered the general respect for authority and police said military. The legacy that we have. Everything from the architectural structures. Of the big buildings. To the independence of people who want live in the middle of nowhere and don't want government to tell them what to do all of this. This two hundred and fifty years it really more than that with the people who settled this country and created the melting pot, two, hundred and fifty years of. Human Development, and in this case, I don't mean evolution in the biological sense evolving as a culture into what we are now. and. We're allowing a bunch of revolutionaries than an anarchist to throw it in the garbage trash. The whole damn thing. It's not just the statues that are down and it's not just that we don't even stand for the national anthem. It's that we're just a terribly illegitimate country where a bunch of races cops a terrible private property isn't to be respected. Let's go and look through buildings at tear through stores and call them reparations trash the whole thing and say it's rotten and horrible. Cook quickly this happened. This, had barely started by February. We're in August half a year later. We're throwing away everything that was great in our country with the same ease that I'm going to the drawer and throw it away some magazine from Nineteen ninety-one, which is kind of adored. The same thing. The difference is I. Don't need that magazine from Nineteen ninety-one. What we are throwing away now can't simply be recovered. It would have been unthinkable. That a good squad at the Germantown. High School. A few years ago. Would have fired a swing coach. For criticizing marked historic at his Asian. Now. They don't even like I'm telling people about it. This is how fast they saw boobs hold on objected this don't object to that. No No, no no, it's gotta go. It's gotta go. It's gotta go suddenly deciding everything is racist. Everything is horrible at anybody who expresses at your point of view their throat in the garbage toe. Bring in some athletic director from Franklin. Let her get her nose out of joint that somebody says something that she doesn't like never mind what America has been for two hundred and fifty years. She doesn't like it now throw her out the whole school board say, Oh, she's a wonderful person rather than understand. She's taking away somebody's coaching position because she doesn't like his political point of view. That's what we have lost in just a few months in this country as we throw it away with the same abandoned that I'm decluttering my home. Is My point see? That's where? It. took a while that was well, you that read like a duck, a ping pong ball that was an extremely well thought out point about going for the one to the middle of the other A. It is so much easier to get rid of that. It is the buildup will some of the things that you build up are worth keeping? Like I'm not throwing everything away. I'm not throwing the Golden Silver. Away. Marconi. But. I did fine. I get find it. I I the one thing that happened with it as I followed it but no, I have actually throw it. It's it's on the bubble. I I could haul it into the station, throw it into by dump of at office. I suppose. That's the point I make. What you have Right now are a bunch of anarchists who don't like our country don't like our order and they are decluttering us of our American heritage and values. And the rest of us are like my friends that are standing back there with shock and awe as they can't believe. I'm throwing all this stuff away like I've had some stuff that I took all the stuff I get the Samba stuff I, just put in the garage while the next step is a crew where it's going to be give it away not bad enough to throw away yet. So I, moved into the garage because his needs a temporary place you know carry it down the steps and so odd. We'll valley's Zepa. Why might want this? I will never people say. Okay, maybe you might. This is first come. First serve the Saint Vincent de Paul Guy They wanted all of it. See. This is this is what right this is what life has come to. This is the happiest morning I've had in a long time, their holiday, two tables that mix this is this is oh, Ho Ho tables hauled away per this is like. This this is like some lonely pathetic swamy little guy getting a hit on tinder I mean. That that's that's how I reacted this. I mean I I ca I will admit that there was a tie by life that maybe I was more focused on the for those kinds of pursuits than others but is it a pathetic to like get all excited because somebody swiped you the right way on tinder and okay let's go over there and I mean come on. Come on I don't even think if I was in my twenties I would've gotten to the point of. Not Be free. Well, not only the let done how `bout the letdown of after you did it and realize okay. Now you've been declared that they're never going to see you again that all that it was was well I you know all it it really is the same as with yourself. That's really all it is. There's no more substance to it at all and there's a reason why people end up being. I could go through a whole thing here about how he declared God out of our lives and so on. The people that are most miserable, the people that are most than happy the people that are most on anger, the people that have no god in their life at all that's what I believe I believe that because they're persuading all of these things too short. It's like everything that liberal is liberal politics gives. You it's all short term reward long-term desert work, which is why all these liberals are so angry and miserable they do all these things that to make him. Happy. It's like the people that trash you know the rioting that goes out of Walmart Tosa when they're done rioting, they're just as bad as when they started they had funded the meantime but they realized that in the end they didn't accomplish anything there's nothing affiliate. The only way that they can get even more excited is the bus Stephen Moore windows the next time around right. I am right. They read about all of this stuff save is rog about all this stuff like liberals have Ragab olive at somebody can come back and say you got proven Ragavan this. I'm not going to be proven brag about it. You Don Willett right about it. Got This thousand dollar word here to tell it to you now. So. What? I like that Tucker. Carlson. You mispronounced he kept telling her. What did he say Kamala Harris Yeah at the credit. Said so what? I I liked this. So what to use that a lot? So what? That's the whole point is where she said it differently, the in factors like these youtube put together of all the different ways she's had it pronounced I love this CNN's been pronouncing it the same way apparently the wrong way forever and ever, and ever at the reason why nobody ever got it right he she dropped out. So early, how many delegates she won What Everybody's laughs. You Know Joe Biden ran for president three different times lady delegates. He had one prior to this year not. He might have one or two. But when he went South Carolina that was the first time, he had ever what a state in his third fry see you got a guy who until this year never got anywhere running against somebody. I mean she literally she came close I guess she didn't get into last place. Some people didn't get any delegates at all but but Cobbola Harris came close to finish last for president and she's going to end up winning I. Suppose you could say well. Pence Pinson Rod had pants running sixty and. I mean I think nobody was going to stop prompt with pensive gotten to the point that say. Second third and fourth place for froze Rubio ed cases which would pants of crack that there's. There's really no way of knowing. Yeah Leroy Butler changed his name delivery right yeah. Well Yeah. I mean that's the other thing I. Don't think Kamala Harris has been cobbler her whole life you. I think for one thing I say things based out of the way I hear most people say them on TV, and that's most people were saying. But if they're going to say that this is she wants to pronounce and that's the way I'm going to say it I don't care but it turns it why you said it right I agree with tiger. So what? I mean, seriously. So, what? What? Am I not right about that too. Yeah. Okay. So what Paul tobey something should plugged data O'Donnell had I waited I said so what? Donald Talk what? No that's good that he had a winter so. Banned. More. Outside is. We're all the honest world. On. His Mat you know on the down in Mexico, you haven't played. Played the. So like I forgot, we had punch with lefty on there. Why don't you? Why do you ever play that? What's the matter with you? You are now I did it again you answer questions and it s it say, why are you playing it now? I said, why don't you ever play? You have no answer. There's gotta be a for it. I don't care if it's mainstream I, put it on one of the reasons I put it on their spectacular, not mainstreaming your narrowly focused world is opposed the listening to two of the greatest poets advice in the history of country. Music. Let. Back in the Euro I love country music. This is I. Think the John What Jon Wyatt actually like the stuff even way before this this it a little bit warrior now Tom. Left it. With Farro. Read. Very. Food. Country Music series that aired by probably going on maybe even longer. Now who's the guy that does all those Pe-? Yeah. his. A lot of people. Do a ten, eight per six parter eight, whatever it was and it's this. You're getting any twenty minutes to something and not to something else some people will question. For instance, some people wondered why Emmylou Harris was. So prominent, all of that isn't she more of a folksinger I found that the things that he gave a lot of attention to her also the things that were my taste is well some. Country Music moments at stars. Were Charlie rich barely showed up at all and you behind closed doors at all and then I'll. That was never really my cup of tea on the other hand. I bet he did fifteen minutes just the song Pancho a lefty Ed the history behind the walls they again the unbelievable musicianship and craftsmanship of the start yeah. Well I mean. William Merle just. That they you're just talking the. Two of the five or six most iconic figures in the history of country music. I've asked all the time with the greatest our country music is that's not a question. You could answer because you talk and great singer you talking great songwriter talking total musician I you're talking pure country artists is somebody that mostly did things? I would say that the biggest the greatest singer in the country music most country music bands that agree with me on this George Jones that he just treated lyrics way more different than anything else. But I could make the case that the greatest our country music is Christopher staffer because of the volume of. Music that he actually wrote and his influence and how for thirty five years after he had been changed the way the country music songs. For but the greatest physician in country music I still think is Glen Campbell I think he's one of the greatest guitarist in the history of that instrument that he's up there with Chad Atkinson, Segovia Jimi Hendrix, some of the others of you watch a youtube of Glen Campbell Picking Pick it away at the guitar. Watch. Just thought a youtube of. Just five one where he's actually doing a big guitar riff or Solo Eh just. Glen Campbell it never got taken seriously because he was too good looking if you know what I mean. I've I've had. I've had that. I can't even say I can't even talk like a Blowhard I made because. I like bust my own balloon on that right? Right where's the word? Cash. Johnny cash. You'd be. Johnny cash is another just tremendous story country music use an anti Cla -pedia not knowledge about other country music songs, and artists, and so one catch C A. S H cash. Actually, you are probably right punch you and left he would not be good bumper music to play every week because it's It's novel enough that you need to throw it in here and there. So I guess, we'll hear it again in twenty, twenty seven. Old. You. Know what you're doing. SET WITH SINCE When did that start? I barely know what I'm doing here. I actually you don't want to go cash text that into two, hundred, two, hundred, seventy, two, thousand, bucks, Paul Points. So Dan of. Witter. Well I need to have a winter. We have Adwa all week. Have we Know. Everybody pray right now make data left to plug my winter. Two hundred hundred anytime between non five o'clock to get a text confirming Playa Radio Info Standard. Data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest. These stories are happening everywhere everywhere and it's hard to keep tabs on all of them, and we only frankly find out about a few because they managed to make it somewhere on the fringes of the media. This comes some college in New Jersey. It's called Stockton College but do not think that that's not Stockton California. It's a small college in New Jersey called Stockton College. As you probably know, a lot of classes are being held on Zuma now zoom is this. APP. In soon, become the number one of that. It kind of it kind of beats skype though escape was more one on one and zoom created the conferencing where everybody had beyond there at the same time that was. Which one is Microsoft. I don't even know I should know. I don't even know I don't even know. I should know these things being an order Microsoft stock anyway. These college courses are being taught on zoom and it's the same system that UCLA governmental meetings held on. You Know City Council of fourteen members they all have their little picture of them at the box, and that's how they do the zoom classes where you can see all of the students in a little section on the screen this here this when they're on the sun. So if a student a question or offers input, the other students can see him on zoom then you go back to the professor and so on it. But teams is different than the cameras we have teams. In fact, I have teams on my computer, it's teleconferencing. kind of the same thing. Anyway be quiet to tell my story, go back and play some more Pancho and lefty You don't like Merle haggard do you. He said, no. How I. Just I can't understand how red blooded American can what are you can't predict taken a knee in there. I know that rock fans like you. Have a cult over rush in an actual enemy rush limbaugh rush the band, the Canadian ban, a getty Lee and WHO's the drummer? Who'd he died? Did he die? Yeah. There are some people that are just ended them with like cult like devotion. and. So but I don't know I don't dislike them I hear their music I think it's good enough that I can see why some people are really good what I just can't imagine how anybody could not understand. People heard from Muskogee and they just thought it was a redneck saga reg yet a bunch of rednecks of Oklahoma where. The hippies that's like it so much deeper than that haggard himself said that song can be interpreted five hundred different ways and you can interpret it. Any way you want in other words was a tongue in cheek was at this it what was it actually an anti-war sign it's. Is Brilliant brilliant piece of music. Incredibly. Well, sug was. In the either. Know, it's not the either beholder that orange piece of junk at the end of Wisconsin. Avenue is an orange piece of junk. It is ugly. The fact that some idiot's Milwaukee think that it's our doesn't mean that it isn't a piece of crap I write about that just just just as. You can't. You can't go and put Charlie rich in the same category as Merle Haggard Charlie rich at a nice voice, Merle Haggard, it was a poet and a genius. Let me finish my story for this stack that in New Jersey. Got Zoom going on in the class. One of the students. On, his zoom feed. Had a photo of president trump. So, in other words what you would see him on zoom, you'd see this photo of trump behind him. Fake. Accused him of violating the university's code of conduct. And disciplined him for disruptive and offensive behavior. One of the students in the class. stated. That seeing the photo of trump. made him feel uncomfortable. and. It was intimidating to see the photo of trump. So the student was asked by the instructor, take down the photo of trump from zoom feed he refused and the student was written up on a code of now. Fortunately, the story has gone National Fox News found out about it and a lot of people are aware of the goon squad that's going on at Stockton five of the six misconduct charges against the student have been dropped. He's a doctoral student by the way his name is Robert Data. He's been accused of discrimination creating a hostile environment, harassment, bullying and cyberbullying. You literally can't in your own Rome have a photo of trump without getting in trouble right now. The reason why when I find out about some of these stories like the Guri that went on Germantown, where the activities director, and by the way she's gotten away with the school board isn't doing anything about it. The Superintendent isn't doing anything about it. The principal isn't doing anything about it guys at opinionated right-winger and does he go a little bit farther than that? I would go on some things of course, just as I go a lot farther than some people go out a lot of things as well. But he doesn't like black lives matter. He doesn't like the things that it stands for he thinks it's the markets target Marxist organization. So to a lot of people just as a lot of people think that it's absolutely wonderful for you know what a lot of people think it's perfectly fine that they went and shot a shotgun into the window of the. Police officers home people have all sorts of opinions of this country, but you only get in trouble for those opinions right now if they are on the conservative side off it, even after we find out about it, they haven't corrected the behavior in. Germantown. They didn't fire the activities director, but the kept the swimming coach fired and Germantown is a rather conservative community. We need to be aware of what is going on in this country. And we need to be aware of who school boards think are valued employees who are not. And the people that are running around slapping down people for having restrictive speech are being patted on the head and say being told good job and the people that are out there simply trying to express themselves as freethinking Americans have always had the right to do. I told the go away even in Germantown. And you're only to find out about it and conservative outlets like my own. That story will never be picked up on by the mainstream media and the people who run the Germantown School district. They're still at a hissy fit that I had the audacity to actually tell you the kinds of crap that's going on ever since they brought in this new school superintendent from outside Madison. By the way he said Yan for Mozart Anderson you ought to point out that it's Iowa County. It's not exactly the city of Madison I admit it sounds better San from outside of Madison which is actually true but he is from Iowa Tony. So they're. What. You understand. You understand how many points I worked into that thing I think I'm pretty sharp today. Don't you? You just want me to go into the next break. That's all you care about. What if I didn't? Then Walkie. This is the mark belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven thirty W I. S N I mentioned at the beginning of the program, the notion of nuance. Not Everything is black and white. There are a lot of things in life that shades of gray in between. I was commenting earlier about the strike zone in baseball. Now, that they have that box, they put up there. It's gone take. It used to be that every empire had a different strike zone baseball just always accepted thou just the way it is some payers had. Most strike zone summit a high strikes on seven a narrow one summer known to be pitchers Umpires, and some are known to be hitters UMPIRES. Now that that boxes out there, some of the Empire's that just ignored the actual strike zone and did whatever they felt like doing it's been harder for them to do it. It's made it more black and white, but prior to that, it was an area of shades of gray. What's the wants strike? We know what the rule book states, but it was often interpreted differently another rule of baseball that has been changed because of. The existence now of replay and review it used to be when Russia was slight sliding into a base, you didn't after tatum. I mean you have tag but you didn't have to tag and before his foot got in, there was an unwritten rule even back to when I was doing a little bit of umpiring when I was in high school and college there was an unwritten rule that if the ball got there before the runner to call about and there was an actual good reason for that you played baseball you know what the reason for that was that I was thought back in the data. You'd have to go back a long time to be in the area that I was into know why they were concerned that players are guys to get their hands spiked. So if you let's oppose the ball got there and you're waiting for him, they didn't make you put your hand right down three feet in front of the base potential they get sliced if you're holding the ball down there in front of the base and the guy slid into it, he just call about. This is just the way it was always died. Well now they have replay and they show. So closely at indeed if the guy gets his foot in, he's called Save. so that shade of Grey is gone and it's now kind of a black and white thing. The other one in baseball was the phantom touching a second on the double play. I think they made an adjustment in that to accommodate the reality, but he used to be a guy guy. Play Guy Hits the ball the second basement. He throws a short for the gotTa step on second the Guy The shortstop did not have to have his foot of the base when he got the ball again, they were concerned about guys getting spiked. If he was in the general vicinity at some point, hit the base you generally let that go it was one of those unwritten rules that many sports have in place what has happened throughout sports. I'm Dr at something here I always them you know. You like these analogies that I share or not you like the way that explain these things. You don't like. You don't you don't like Mariah Dome. I just can't. I can't get. You're getting text of your friends i. The thing about Merle haggard is I can get people not liking. Buck. Owens Buck. Owens in Merle Haggard for kind of the same thing they both came from Bakersfield at both of the Bakersfield sound. But by Collins was kind of a pretty bland when he went on, he harvard he just thought he go if he was actually a very intense brilliant musician guys like. Who's The star now that model discover after John Help. visit. Dwight? Yoakam. A whole group of people who just say to get ready to watch more of what you love with Xfinity X. One live sports and more. With the XFINITY sports zone looking for more streaming APPS, they're all in one place xfinity X. One is the ultimate entertainment experience. today restrictions apply not available on areas buckle under so important but buck owens you might WanNa take seriously because of how goofy acted hee haw and so onto. Not Take Meryl Haggard Seriously I'm sorry it's just like not taking Bob, Dylan seriously. If you're into rock and roll, it's at the same level you know what I'm saying I can't get past that because of what you say you said about this usually John Wyatt who's no longer with us make some stupid museum comment that we get like he doesn't like and then name like the greatest band of all time it. It yeah. Anything anything after say nineteen fifty two but be what he would not like. So. Anyway, with having technology in all of society, just as we have replay in sports, the so-called, all the unwritten rules now become written rules because people say, well, wait a minute. He didn't do that in the rule book says that you have to do these kinds of things. But for things in which there isn't a precise answer, you know the ball is either in the strike zone or it's not the tag is either applied where it's not. In many other areas of life, there are shades of gray and there are nuances. And if you have two positions one absolutely this the other absolutely that sometimes the answer is somewhere in the middle or closer to the one side. that it is the other. What has happened with our coverage of corona virus. Is there has been no new odds from any of the so-called experts. And from the media. They have stated with absolute. The things must be done a certain way. The fact that three weeks later, they changed absolute to something entirely different. Doesn't seem to faze that. Likewise. Sometimes when you see public opinion and public opinion polls, you can get a black or white determination of what it is that the public is trying to tell you. Other. Things are more nuanced. Now if you're GONNA do a program like buying and have a feel for what's going on out there. You understand that sometimes the people say is not what they do. In sometimes, it people say not only is that what they do it's not what they think. Sometimes. I've learned this I talked a lot about how my distaste for audience research and focus groups in radio, which often will come back and tell you while the research says you do such and such and okay people may say that they like such and such in reality. That's not what they do. For instance, ask people if in listening to an oldies station, they have a broad variety of music over they like to hear the same song same narrow playlist played over and over and over again Paul you know. What the answer always is, they want the broad variety of music yet if all these type stations that are out there and one plays a narrow tight playlist of only a certain group and the other is all over the map playing thousands of songs. The one that has higher ratings as action with a narrow playlist. So people may say they want to hear, but the fact that the batteries the broad that pay playlist is the more you hear. Okay I don't like that side you punch the buttoning your God. Which is why some of these classic rock stations that have tens of thousands of rock n roll science to pick from play only the same two fifty over and over and over again I personally don't like that I personally like a broader cross section I just want to hear the same crap for the rest of my life, but I am in the minority on that but it would not be what people would say. Thus we're getting out of Joe Biden in the mass band aid. You probably would not have imagined this where this is going. Joe Biden. came out in favor of a nationwide mass mandate. He thinks that the federal government should require the wearing of masks by everyone in the United States anytime they are out in any type of place in public in the State of Wisconsin, we'd all have mass mandate issued by Tony. Everts that statewide. Biden thinks that this should be national. Now. Biden maybe an idiot but the people reading his Camp Joe Biden and come up with this on his own is that coming up with anything at his arrest coming up on his own are when he starts drooling and when he doesn't know who what what what state he said when he stabbed with something this a reason for it, and the reason is they pulled on this. We know what the polls show on mask mandates they are overwhelmingly popular. The Marquette University Law Paul here in Wisconsin that came out this week. was stay agreed in terms of the overwhelming support for requiring the wearing of masks sixty nine percents said, they should be required in all public places only twenty nine percent disagreed. I know a little bit about this in terms of what people say and where people do. I know that sixty nine percent of people don't actually believe that we should require the wearing masks in all public places because sixty nine percent apiece. Wisconsin nights are wearing masks everywhere they go in a public place. If they actually believe that they would be doing it themselves, you get away from the city of Milwaukee, the city of Madison the. Some of the more Liberal Urban Saturdays. I not only a few of these places hearing the stories the mask wearing is like a two percent. PAS come by and nobody in a bar nobody into this maybe maybe in a couple of chain stores or so on or with the store has their own individual rule. Right now the point that I make. Is that if you surveyed many of those people who weren't wearing them. They would say, yes, they're in favor of the mast mandate. It's just the thing that people are saying, but it's not necessarily what they do in other words go back to that word I use there's some nuance here to this. There's nuance to it. A People right now when they are responding to public opinion polls and this is why I'm just convinced trump is under polling I've been on this you know forever. What sounds better. I'm opposed to the mass mandate or high in favor of people who I am in favor of it and the people that are against that they're just not participating in these polls. It's another thing a screw it I'm not gonNa tell you. Remember, we live in a world where if you criticise black lives matter they're gonNA fire your but up in town anything that's considered not politically correct people aren't willing to say also. For these people who say do you support a Mass Bandi? Clearly some of them are saying, you know we probably want to insert in places, but it's interpreted by Joe Biden and his people as we are going to require you to wear it everywhere. Still Biden. is on this because he thinks it's a winning political issue. Now. Maybe, he's right. Maybe he's wrong I. Think he's wrong. I also think that Biden is planning to the choir here. Who are the people that are going to be most impressed by Joe Biden saying I think the people who are GonNa vote for Joe Biden, anyway elections are decided by swing voters take Wisconsin for example, the election's going to be decided in the Fox valley. I mean it'll be close election every vote matters but the Fox valley is the more swing area of the state of Wisconsin Madison and Milwaukee the city's extremely liberal the Milwaukee area suburbs. Very Republican. Trump one Wisconsin in two thousand sixteen because he dominated in the Fox valley in. Northern Wisconsin. It's a more swing area Democrats often do well in that area Justice Kelly for example, lost that area. In the State Supreme Court elections thought it's a conservative area, but it's frankly swag. I. Don't believe Biden's call for a mass mandate. Nationwide is going to play as well in those swing areas. So while it might poll really well, what do you think the polling on amass mandate ever in the United States is in Madison it's like ninety eight to two. Because Madison love the shove everybody else around a Madison with love to be able to issue orders for Duluth Minnesota. But Ninety eight to two is about how Joe Biden's GonNa carry the city of Madison as well. This is the reason however, people keep saying why aren't you addressing why the Republicans didn't Black Toady Iverson's order Paul I think discussed this nine times. I. Don't know why people think I haven't brought it up. So let's make a ten the reason why and the state Senate wants the black the order the state assembly doesn't have the votes to do it. It has nothing to do with Robin, Boston's Speaker in sap with the Individual Caucus, they don't have the votes to pass it and the recently the votes to pass it is. A none of the Democrats to black the order and a handful of Republicans though because they see response is coming into their office and they see these poll results they are over whelming support of the mass mandate and they think it's a losing political issue to try to obstruct it now. I happen to think they're misreading the public opinion on this. Again, what people say is often not what they do. I also think that some of the people who say they support mask mandates are the ones who get themselves the more they're those is most out of joint. If they go in somewhere and they're told the supposed to put a mascot. Brings me to the press then call story. Didn't the President Goal Story. You know any of these stories give the stories because it's kind of. Get a little bit of a tip off the story. The. DNR, the zoom meetings another zoom topic. Do you know about the story yet? The DNR the zoom meetings you know about this DNR. DNI. ARE NOT DNC DNC is. The DNC zone me, but let me throw this. I love this. Now remember when all the bars restaurants that they were gonNA make trillion dollars because of the Democratic National Convention. Now, hardly anybody is coming and now the Democrats are saying, don't go to any bars restaurants at all. Face went from let's keep the buyers open to five of the morning. So we could just cash out of the whole thing. Now, they're not going to allow there's going to be like four Democrats here and they're not ever going to be allowed to go to a bar. How could you not find this? Hilarious? But no? No, it's not. It's not the DNC and zoom they're having their zone. This is the DNR zoom. Preston call. This story is worth hearing. Feel. 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Now. y'All know what zoom meeting as you're having a meeting, but you're disappointing your computer yourself. Preston called the secretary of the DNR is requiring state employees where masks even if they're sitting in their own home by themselves if they're in the zoom meeting. Now, you can laugh and say, well, what's the science behind this and the answer? Of course, there isn't any science behind Eddie of it. There's no science behind wearing mask if you're sitting in a row and three hundred and fifty people. So why would he be requiring people to wear masks when they're sitting by themselves at home and you understand what all of this dog and pony show? Let's just make it look like we're all wearing masks to protect one another even if there's no point in having the mascot. Now in fairness to everybody else in state government cresting call who runs the state DNR is the only agency had that I'm aware of this and it's not like governmental agencies are doing this all across the united. States the reason the story has become Nash lose is nobody else found a department head is stope es, Preston Coil requiring employees the wear masks during zoom meetings. But there is a kickoff, the story. Given the fact that president called the head of the DNR believes that you should wear a mask at a meeting if you're the only person sitting in the room at the time. Why doesn't press the call where mask when he's playing golf? I apparently Preston's been seen out on the golf course quite a bit the last few days. But we're on a mask all when he's up and down the golf course out there you could save Preston's outside but there are people in its acidity. Now, the same president call that is putting on this great big show about requiring. Employees to wear masks, zoom meetings how compressed. It's not even wearing a mask what he's amidst other people what he's out there on the golf course. Press. That may say well, it's pretty stupid after where I'm at a golf course outside and forty feet away from the nearest gopher. True. But you have some of your employees of their their their on the person in their house at the time and you're making them put them on that as well. So I would merely encourage everybody who knows Preston call maybe take a photo of maritime. You see Preston without a mask on to expose him for the phony that he is. The point that I've been making here with regard to a lot of this stuff is people on the left condition, but they can't take it. Like the squealing has come from Germantown that I would dare draw attention to the witch hunting that is going on in which they have creepy little bureaucrats Croat's scrolling on facebook to see if somebody by criticized black lives matter. So they can take away their coaching job from them I, expose it in. It's the end of the world. They're firing a coach coach for having a political position and that's just fine or nothing mean about that. But I would actually tell people about what's going on out there and tell people how the school superintendent hold. So his activities director to such a low standard that he doesn't tell her that he she ought to be backing off of her. Demonizing people for their political views. So I draw attention Sarah attention to the fact that the school board in Germantown have enough spine to stand up intervene and say in our community we appreciate a diversity of opinion and we don't appreciate public employees running around spying on people and slapping them down if they hold a political viewpoint that doesn't happen to be left of center. Likewise. I suspect Preston calls the nicest guy in the world I hear he's a nice guy and there are some people say why you embarrassing precedent say we should take pictures of him when he's running around without his mascot well, you don't hear mark belling lecturing everybody telling him to put a mask on everywhere Preston Kohl's bake it is employs where that wear masks when they're sitting in a room off of themselves and the only thing that they're doing in public is turning their zoom camera on themselves. That is my point. Surprise surprise surprise you didn't know about this story literally got national I mean all all all the foxhole dotted Pressing came from the city of Milwaukee was the Milwaukee forest or read. I hear out at the golf course precedent where masks at all I don't know if he wears the basket, he goes into the clubhouse. But I don't. I don't know I. Know is that at the golf course I'm getting reports, the president calls and Rub without a mask, which is quite fascinating given the given the fact that if you're a game warden that's having zoom meeting with your head warden down there and saw county you're both better have mass on even though not near any other human being oppressed, go to crack the whip by new for just being you know spreading Kuroda virus crazy yell recklessly and crazily. The story again has gotten scant mainstream media coverage, and in some cases, the stories they get scanned coverage maybe aren't the biggest deal in the world but what is the excuse for the lack of follow up on what happened in Wallet Tosa on Saturday night? What is going on with that story has there been and arrest is already custody and our police going to try to develop criminal cases against all of the people who were involved potentially a conspiracy to try to kill officer Mensa, some answers that all of those questions asnd. Some thoughts on the nine responsiveness so far from the Tulsa police on the whole situation. Own. Guy. And then. Demand. For the chorus of should I start talking? I think you're playing a few signs the played into Wallace hadn't heard no our. Writer. Was the. Bellamy brothers my right about that. Yeah. Not, really a one hit wonder was that there were like three hit wonder mid seventies if I had to try to kneel down to be exact. Bands that got played on top forty stations rather than the. That was like. There's a lot of southern tinged music that sort of came around in. That air of the mid seventies Marshall Tucker band them. Of others fit into that. Fit into that category I'm sure John would have disapproved of all of that. So we stopped pocket of out of given the fact that he's essentially dead to us, right? Yeah. We haven't over why talk about him let's talk about ourselves. We're more interesting than he ever was anyhow. All right. 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In the river West neighborhood and he had an interesting set of political viewpoints. and his political viewpoints he not only war on his sleeve. He wore out his windows. He put signs all over as building an historic front and the last couple of months. He was ubiquitous everywhere you go downtown Milwaukee to see him standing around holding his Donald Trump side and he was very recognizable figure because it's sort of tall lean angular guy he had the RASTA. Rastafarian type here do with the what's the term dreadlocks with the dreadlocks and so I just see everywhere it I just I if I knew his name I had forgotten I just know he's the guy that holds up the trump side. He's every red everybody hold it up always give wave and the smile and he had this great big huge smile and I encountered him and come across him and I'm pretty sure I've seen him in a couple of bars but I. IF I've talked to him, it slipped my mind it's possible I have I just don't remember it. But I just know that he just the guy that if you live anywhere near downtown or each side of River West just. A compare them to the guy who would drive the car. We used to call the Jesus car back in the eighties and the nineties the car that had the Christian sayings out at any of the megaphone growth, the street, and so you saw him everywhere anywhere prevail was an outspoken supporter of president trump. And we know how that antagonize is some people. What we do not know is whether or not. That's why he was killed that somebody just decided I'm not going to allow. This blackout walk around a river west of the trump cyber going to kill him. That might not be it. I grant you it might not be it, but maybe it is we just don't know. There has been a remarkable lack of interest in the local media in following through on this story. I have quoted a couple of friends of his saying. They're very concerned about what the role of black lives matter his bed in commenting about this. And I've had people tell me about the kind of feedback that burnell had been getting for the few days leading up to the murder and we know that he had an argument. With somebody shortly before this, we also know that Reggie Moore who runs the Milwaukee Violence Prevention had intervened after was being harassed because of his political viewpoints by a young man. Anyway so people don't forget the story I would like to remind people there is a reward out there. Now in Milwaukee the rewards Sarah administered by the Police Department and they worked through believed the crime stoppers program and so on. But a number of people have raised twenty thousand dollars for information that leads to the arrest of the individual who individual or individuals who killed Brielle travel promote. So. I do think it's interesting especially since we have a photo of the guy that did it was a grainy photo at his face is covered up the mask and the whole thing. It's hard to get a read on anything but boy people just know things. And if more than one person was involved in somebody said, we're going to go get the sky. Somebody out there knows something now it is very possible. This has nothing to do with pilot this could just be. Milwaukee has murder problem right now that he's out of control it is unbelievable how bad it is. We're going to talk about it a little bit later out of the program this could have been a robbery. This could have been an interpersonal problem somebody's got to hang up with a family member it could be a girl ex girlfriend. It could be anything. I'm not going to. Do out there and tell people that he was killed because of his political beliefs. But many people fear that he he was and I don't want this story forgotten I. Want to remind people that that reward is out there. Now to Wa Tosa. This is another story in which the media just wants to pretend. It didn't happen. The near riot that occurred the home. Of the girlfriend of Walla Tosa police officer, Joseph Mensah. The man who has been the target. Of obnoxious protests for months. Following, the shooting of the killing mother of George flight in Minneapolis. In which he suffocated while y'all know hundred fly died when we have these anti police protests suddenly came upon the case of officer men said while the Tosa who months earlier in his third fatal police shoot and kill the man who was running with a stolen loaded stolen gun. Into Mayfair Mall and turned it shot at officer Mensa before Sremksa shot hip. He had thirty six rounds of ammunition and extended magazine, and there was ever reason to believe that he may have been intended to go into the ball to commit mass murder. We don't know that for sure but he's running into the mall with a gun with thirty six bullets. But. He need thirty six bullets when you're going into Mayfair. You might argue why do you need even what but he was part of a mob that was causing a disturbance there anyway they wanna fire officer Mensa for acting heroically and saving his own life and that situation and he has been harassed ever since this came to a head Saturday night. He often stays with his girlfriend who was a police officer in Milwaukee she lives in Wa Tosa. In which protesters including some well-known individuals. I'm told the on maze was there I don't know this but I'm told it and we know that State Representative David Bowen was there because. He spoke into the be about what he said happened at the event. A number of people went and stopped at a store. We think it's a target and bought toilet paper and other things started vandalizing the yard. Of Officer. Men's his girlfriend. During this time officer Mensa came out to see what was going on or perhaps the tell them to cut it out. It was during this time that objects thrown to a window and the window was smashed. Both Mensa say and his girlfriend sustained some injuries. The girlfriend is posted on social media. The some of the injuries scrapes bruises she sustained during this. It was during this period of time that a shotgun blast leno off. Officer. Manson said it was by his ear. But the shotgun showed it and up the blast actually did end up of. Schalken. Jot that occurred was this an attempted murder? Was it a warning shot was somebody again I don't know I wasn't there. What we do know as the Babo Tulsa police treated this very very seriously. We also know that this has been the end result of a decision that was made by a number of leaders in Wa Tosa. But for unfortunately, include the mayor and certainly include Alderman Heather Cool and certainly include state representative Robin vining who has been a mouthpiece for the anti police agitators in Wildwood Tosa. In which they had fueled and fueled and fueled. Made it clear that you can do anything you want to officer Mensa anything you want to at backers of the police anything you want to Aqap until and get away with it and it led to this At the very least what you have here is criminal damage to property vandalism I can't and Paul, and I can't just decide that we're going to go toilet paper up some house at toilets at night, and then I can't grab a brick and throw it through somebody's window. We would be in trouble if we did that. And if we targeted an African American person did that because we had a problem with him, we would be in real trouble for it. In some of the white people that were involved in this protest who trashed the home of a mixed race couple. Need to confront with eight get here. In addition to that, there was a situation in which a gun. I don't know if the gun was legally owned or not. But there was a gun, a shotgun that was brought to the scene and it was fired. This could be attempted murder it certainly could be. Reckless endangerment. Of Things. On the program two days ago Wa Tosa police chief vary. Weber told me that the have determined. Who It is that fire the Gut To my knowledge. This is not been reported in the mainstream media. I. Wonder Why that is that is a major revelation police know who the shooter is. There has been very little interest from anyone in the media and following up on this story I suspect because they fear that we may find out just who did this, and we felt may find just how violent some of the people who have been passing themselves office peaceful and nonviolent actually are. On the other hand, the about information other than that revelation chief wherever that's come out of wallet hosts about this investigation has been diddley squat. Now I believe that while we city officials have been trying to quiet this investigation I, believe that micromanaging the Police Department here I've asked the city manager James archambault has he been controlling the information from the police department. He has not responded to that question. But there certainly has not been a free flow of information I grant. It's an active criminal investigation when you have an active navigation and you're still questioning people, you tend not to release a lot of information. But I WANNA know if this man in A. If they've identified this individual as a shooter has that person better arrested or not? I don't have an answer. They say that they have the individual identified. I can tell you that there are indications that they are going through cell phone, not only video, but phone records to see who said, what and who did what which led up to this. If this was a plan where several people said we're going to get MENSA. And, there is some telephone type video telephone type messaging of this. This is a very interesting thing for police to pursue. I realized that there are a lot of liberals allowed in the media had a lot of people in Walla, Tosa including Robin, vining, and heather cool than that crowd. Just all go away, act like this is just another little protests that okay. I got a little rockets. You. Had a gunshot fire at a home that was smashed up with its window busted out because some people don't like the two people who live in the home. and. It's a serious matter. And it needs to have serious consequences without regard to whether or not prominent local protesters and some prominent local politicians were involved in the scene or not. Again, I don't know who fired the shot. But we need to stay on top of the story and we need to be aware that there is a reason why the media seems a lot more interested in just about every single story out there. More. So than say this one and the Brunell Tram Turmel murder. Standing up for Milwaukee. This is the mark belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven thirty W. I s any minute resting. Trivia. Question was serious implications in a moment but first. This afternoon, the Mayor Baba Tosa issued a statement. Dealing with how the city intends to move forward here. With the increasingly lawless and Saturday. Night violent. Protests and disturbances that have been going on in the city. I don't know what the city will do. But I know that the city is talking differently than it was before from the beginning and Wa Tosa there has been a caving in and appeasing the credits and I believe that the reason why would Face the trouble that it has is because they essentially invited critics in to come in and bitching, yell and scream at public meetings and once those credits realized. That while Tosa was going to allow them to demean public officials and Demean police officers they decided to come in and do what they were allowed to do. Now, this may have been the agenda of this group hosted together a group that by the way despicably is in lockstep with Mac Metropolitan Milwaukee. Association of Commerce that is in lockstep with a radical anti police organization that is polluting while the Tosa with its leftist viewpoints nonetheless. Goddess that the point that we're at now it led to, of course, the situation that occurred on Saturday where protesters felt emboldened to first toilet paper and then throw rocks through the Windows Of A home occupied by a police officer, his girlfriend with children inside the house. In fact, the protesters have sent said you know none of this would have happened if the officer would have just stayed inside the house, it's come to that. That's other protests. Now think this is how we have culture relies them by the response and while the Tosa but you can trash somebody's house show up with a shotgun at the guy's house though rocks are the windows and somehow the person who lives at the House has a responsibility to not come outside instead his own property while you're crashing that same property. All without a cop insight. The story has obviously turned and as I've been commenting this week, I, think clearly a lot of residents of while Matosa. Who have been willing to err on the side of allowing these protests and so on are now fed up in some of them are fearful that their community is becoming Portland. Thanks to the decision, of Mayor McBride. All cool. And the loud agitating from the sidelines of Robin. vining to encourage this type of disruptive behavior which is welcomed in non residents of the community to make Walmart Tosa. The target of behavior that I think most communities would not tolerate. I think the story has started deterrent and many people are alarmed. That while what Tosa has been allowing a this stuff to be going out at Mayfair forever, they're allowing traffic to be disrupted and North Avenue whenever people feel like now, you have individual quiet neighborhood neighborhood residences. Have to put up with gunfire and riotous behaviour. All because the community has decided that. The heather cool. Robin vining toasted together movement. is going to bring their radicalism to the entire community. Well, I think that there is now a bash glass to this and what the statement released today, Denis McBride, who is a liberal but not one of the radicals but I think showing weakness throughout this by not taking steps to enforce order. He's issued a statement that is much stronger than anything that's come out of Walmart Osa before my response at all of this stuff is I believe in protest I don't to may not agree with the protests but lively and the right to protest that believe in the right to aggressive free speech I shoot off by big mouth all the time I believed that I would rather live in a society that is loud and disorderly what one, that anal and repressive I don't like these notions of speech codes at universities I don't like it when you have high school activities director like they are up and. Running around on facebook trying to find out whether or not somebody took the ride inside of a political viewpoint. So she can fire them I don't like it when school boards give such latitude to very very oppressive administrators that are out there running around his thought police in general I. Believe in free it open speech and I believe that we should give great latitude to people who WanNa Gripe and complain to government however. They're still lost that we haven't plays. You just get to March run and block traffic on city streets without a pervert but we have allowed these protesters all across the united, states to do it. You don't get to fire bobby courthouse like they tried to do in Madison you get too burned out a police precinct as they get. Minneapolis. And you shouldn't be able to go and trash and smash up. The home of a police officer because her boyfriend is somebody that the protesters out like as occurred while the Tosa. It's because they haven't enforced any laws so far that they have gotten to the point. Now, we're all of those laws are broken. We're getting threats from the mayor that this is the end of it. Got To read the whole statement, but I'll read. The first paragraph statement that was issued this afternoon my mayor Dennis McBride for almost three months while the Tosa has been the site of continuing protests protesting is a right guaranteed by the First Amendment to the United. States constitution the city of Matosa always supported and protected peaceful protests. The US Supreme Court has made it clear that that right is subject to limitations limitation. Protests must be peaceful and communities may impose time place and manner restrictions. Though many protests in Tosa have been peaceful increasingly some activities have violated wobble Tosa, ordinances and state. Laws. When the violations of occurred the Watterson police? Department has made arrests and issued citations but exercising forbearance, it has not enforced city ordinances INFO measure. From this point forward however to ensure that protests remain peaceful and within boundaries of the law all so ordinances will be enforced including but not limited to the following. Discharging fireworks without a permit from the Wa Tosa. Common Council. Protesting on private property, a residence or business without the owner's permission. Let Interject there's always been confusion about that. One has the right to protest than public property but not on private property. In other words, you can protest than a public sidewalk generally, you can protest at a public park generally, you can't however walk into the parking lot of a private business or into a private business standard someone's front yard or driveway, and so on. Back to the letter from mayor at bride. Picketing at private residences, trespassing inside private businesses, obstructing or blocking traffic failure to disperse an unlawful assembly as defined by, and then he mentioned the Wisconsin Statute. Depending on the incident violators might be subject to arrest or liable for fortune forfeitures of up to five thousand dollars. So he's not promising they run rest people, but they are threatening to make arrests for people who violate these ordinances. The stricter enforcement of our laws is intended to restore order and civility in our community. The city will continue to allow protesters to march on sidewalks or in streets if marchers do not obstruct. Hard to read this, do not extract our. Do not obstruct. Pedestrian traffic for any other protests however. Organizers will be required to obtain a special event permit. Permits will not be granted for protests on private property. Whether we're not a permit is required. Time peace and matter restrictions could result in arrest or issuance of legal citations. Failure to obtain a permit. When required could result in a forfeiture of up to one thousand dollars plus any costs associated with the event such as time barricades cleanup and more. The WAUBOSA Common Council. And I have heard the calls for change and we have taken them. seriously. It is our goal to be a model for me change in recent weeks the common. Council has banned the use of. Of Choke holds it while the Tosa directed the Watterson Police Department to purchase body cameras adopted the Metro Milwaukee Association of Commerce pledges to create a more diverse workforce and scheduled. Implicit bias training for city staff elected officials more changes will come. So what so that comes from Waldo Samir Denis McBride in which they say look, we've done a lot in our community, but we're not gonNA tolerate the continued violation of law. We're going to require permits for these protests. If you hold on a sidewalk and it's peaceful, you can go ahead and do that. We'll even let you go on the street but not if you're going to be blocking pedestrian or vehicle traffic. and. We're not going to allow any kind of permits for protests and private residences, a private businesses. In other words you have to hold them in the proper fashion. Now, this is the standard that almost all protesters from the beginning of time had been to as an example. We have ad from meteors protests outside of abortion clinics. Most communities allow the protesters to stand on the sidewalk usually across the street. So they don't impede people coming into or out of the clinics. You don't get to stand inside the property, go into the property and raise hell and when you have pro-lifers have been arrested for doing that these protests ever since George. Floyd all across the United States, who just thrown the laws out the window we've thrown him out the window and Milwaukee where people were driving through blocking traffic would drive around on peoples yards and sell odd because they were most peaceful and I think while we're toes says tolerated this mostly peaceful until it's gotten to the point where they are now mostly not peaceful. So we will see whether it eighty of these protesters pushed the envelope. Given the fact that quite a few of them are rather prominent people. Like a member of the Wisconsin state assembly. Who may have been untruthful in his description of what occurred given the fact? That member of the Wisconsin State Assembly said officer meant it was the person who pulled the trigger on the shotgun a story again that the local media has not followed up on that absurd statement from Boa that I believe will be proven to be a bald face lie by a layer member of the state assembly. At least, we're getting some indication from WAUBOSA. From the top of city government, there is going to be an attempt. To restore some order indecency in that community. None of this would have been necessary if they would have behave this way from the beginning as I've been telling you all of odd. I have said from the beginning caving in leads the more caving in and when people see you cave in, they push for more and more and more and more, and the people that are trying to cause trouble in Wa Tosa will not be satisfied until they get everything they want right up to an including shutting dowd. Mayfair. If Wallace's finally beginning to recognize that. And if the Robin vining heather cool crowd is finally no longer running while the Tosa. That at the very least is progress I said I had a trivia question in it's not a pleasant one. We're GONNA ask that question in a mullet. Eleven thirty WS and Mark belling late afternoon show trivia question in a moment i. Think a lot of news coverage, but it's quite fascinated in the Chicago. sun-times is the first to report it. And it's gotten a fair amount of national traction. The day after. The violent riots in Chicago over the weekend, the following evening that was the night that Chicago authorities raise the bridges and shut off the freeway ramps they in other words tried to stop anybody from being able to get into the loop end of the Reverend North area and so odd downtown to stop further violets and it generally works. If you know anything about Chicago, it's kind of an island you got the lake of the one side of the river loops to the other, and there's this system of bridges and so on, and if you raise all the bridges and you block off the remainder of the roads. It can be Kinda hard to get to it unless unless I suppose you attack from the side by water and attack it from Lake Michigan, I suppose to do that. Is this what it's come to. We literally have warfare going on, it may well be anyway. This lead, some of the people who wanted to go and agitating committed violence to move into a couple of the neighborhoods in Chicago. And they moved into the Englewood neighborhood, which is located on the west side. The Chicago sun-times was there A number of Englewood residents themselves African American came out of their homes to confront and try to stop the black lives matter protesters from causing damage. They were actually outnumbered. There were more protesters there were residents came outside, but the residents came out to try to defend their neighborhood because they didn't want to have their neighborhood trashed. The way the downtown was trashed. The sometime, story has some interesting quotes in it. The quote, a man named Wayne Kit and quote from the story in the sometimes of two days ago dwayne kid was angry. He didn't mince words standing in the middle of sixty third straight encircled by police reform protesters the forty two year old lifelong resident of Englewood. Yelled. None. Of these M bleepers are GONNA be here tomorrow. That's why I got a problem kid a number of other longtime residents of Englewood pushed back on a rally in the neighborhood. This is on Tuesday evening that was planned by several local police reform organizers according to residents of the South side neighborhood were given. No prior notice of the rally. He was especially concerned that Englewood community members would bear the brunt of tensions flared up between police nonresidents. They didn't let the community know they didn't put fliers on people's doors if they would have gotten something incited with the police who's going to deal with the tomorrow the community not them they'll be somewhere sip Sangria somewhere I'm telling you like it is. Another individual? Daryl Smith President of the Englewood political taskforce. If you're issue is that the police take it to thirty, five, thirty, fifth and Michigan. That's the Chicago police headquarters. Don't come to Englewood with it. If the people at Fifty Street WanNa come over and protest the police, they can do it but no one from the north side or Indiana or any place other than the angle what can come here and do that. Interesting. These are African American residents of an African American neighborhoods saying I don't WanNa, Bunch outsiders coming into our neighborhood and screaming and racing health is that not the exact saying has happened while? Tosa. where a number of non-residents Wa wa Tosa going into that committee going into neighborhoods and raising hell the people that like it. Give. The fact that the Chicago situation has been extremely violent. Some of the residents of Chicago's showed up try. To. Literally take the law into their own hands and stop community from being disrupted itself now, Trivia question. Name the major American city with the biggest increase it. It's murder rate from last year to this year. Paul said, can he answer? Well, it's a pretty obvious answer and I had you post the link up the web's. I think you probably know what the answer is. Again, percentage increase there is no city in the United States. It has a greater increase that it's murder rate than Milwaukee Wisconsin. Fox News has posted the story on its website today and the data is updated as of this morning. So in other words, it literally runs right up today August thirteenth from January first to August thirteenth they compared the number of murders at every major American city and they broke it obvious by population there and counting tiny little cities at the compared them to the number of murders in each of those cities. From January first to August thirteenth of last year and the city with the largest increase in homicides in America is Milwaukee One, hundred, twenty percent. Interestingly Minneapolis. A second. Now Minneapolis had a lot of violence during the George Floyd situation and so on. But there are a number of other cities that have been on the way up to we know that York has seen a dramatic increase many other cities as well. But no city more. So than Milwaukee. Is it a coincidence. That the increase in the murder rate in Milwaukee is going on at the exact same time that the city council has moved to defend the city police. Is it a coincidence that it's going on at the exact same time that the fire and police commissioner has been telling them a walkie police department of backed out and community policing to the point that it got rid of the police chief. Now I believe one of the reasons the murder rate is increasing generally across the United States is the covid nineteen locked out. You have all sorts of people that are stuck at home. They have nowhere to go. They have no buyers that go to work to go to people that in some cases live very dense neighborhoods people on top of one, another tempers are going to flare. I also believe that drug use has dramatically increased because of the covid nineteen lockdown people have nothing to do. And they're turning to drugs that means more drug sales that it means more people wired up on drugs. This clearly leads the violence on both ads. Still those factors are not unique to Milwaukee. The Milwaukee Cry Violent Crime problem is the worst in America. I. Don't I. I've seen some stories pointing out that Milwaukee, said an increase in the murder rate. I haven't seen anybody point out that we have the biggest increase in the percentage rate of murder of any major city in the United States of America. To do this at the same time that the entire city council voted to cut the size of the police department. And at the time that we got rid of the police chief to try to turn to a Police Department that is less confrontational on crime is a disaster. Every one of the communities on the list is led by a liberal mayor. Everybody. I pointed out in the program that liked to admit when I'm wrong it doesn't happen much after to ride the left as electric but with the ride because I mean they'd be doing nothing but admitting that they were Brag. There is a consequence though of continuing to do things the wrong way. And with regard to urban America and the terrible decisions were making right up to and including allowing the Milwaukee School Board to allow those gold, Rick Public School Teachers to sit on their asses not go into the schools when many suburban districts are going to be opening up this fall. We can't keep making terrible decisions and not expecting terrible consequences. We can't keep allowing individuals who stand up and claimed that they believed that black lives matter yet don't care about the fact that the majority of these people murdered this year are in fact black. People who claim that we should be concerned about what's going on with regard to disproportionate suffering by African Americans, seem to be not concerned at all that African Americans are being murdered at a terrifying right Milwaukee Wisconsin. There's political agenda behind much of this anarchism just as a liberal political agenda, the striving almost everything but we have got to stop making the mistake of allowing people who are wrong always about everything to continue to make decisions for our future. Because you see here, there are deadly consequences to this. Again, the increase in violent crime is going on all over the country. We. Know the in Chicago are terrible. Minneapolis is almost as bad as us, Dr has gone from an extremely low murder rate to increasing murder rate, but there is no country in. America. On again percentages what they're working here. The thing that makes this to me most striking is this current without a mass murder often, you'll see a city spike when there's For instance in Okrika number of years ago we had the shooting at the sick temple where. A number of murders out. Well, of course, their rate exploded in that one year the Jeffrey. Dahmer you're in Milwaukee of course, there was a spike or if you get one or two shooting seventy goes in God forbid with school and shoots a bunch of people. The only thing that we add approaching anything like this was the Miller brewing situation but that wasn't an enormous number. This is all disconnected stuff. We have the biggest increase in murder of any city in the United States so far in the year twenty twenty and the response to this, the fire and police commission. is to try to soften up the police department and slash its budget. How do you think that's GonNa. Work out. I asked what ought to be obvious question. Yet. You've got Joe Biden talking about diverting police resources and Democratic Party reading a ticket on the basis. On a crime platform of having a de emphasis on strong police responses. President trump is particularly good on the crime issue himself. But we're seeing right now from the left is disastrous particularly given the fact that we are already seeing an explosion. In the rate of violent crime, yet I think in part another consequence. Of the disastrous overreaction to covid nineteen. which in the long run is going to kill far more people than whose lives are ever going to be saved by the restrictions that we're putting in place. Because of the virus. Still, have a sizzling summer cash contests text the word for you at. Is it conservatives liberals who are questioning whether or not Kamala? Harris is African American. We found some very interesting audio that I think share from union. You have that ready in there you ready to go in there. Paul's ready to go. That's. If you would have said, no. You should have just said no to drive me crazy that I would have been driven. News, Talk Eleven Thirty W. Mark late afternoon show believe it or not. The bucks played this afternoon. The regular season for the bucks is now over. At the well I mean depending how you look at it I mean the reason why these Games are also meaning list the boxes because they won by so much. They ran away from the Eastern Conference title Ran Away with the best record in the League cy young ended up having to play out the string of these games of the bubble and they meant nothing for the box at all. Anyway, the day was a weird game because. MEMPHIS there's like a five-way tie for the last playoff position in the West and Memphis had to wit. In the meantime the bucks are playing for nothing Yada was unable to play because he suspended anyway to give you an indication for seriously the bucks took the game, the guy, the two players who had the played the most minutes for Dj Wilson and Frank Mason. In other words the two guys farthest on the end of the benches, the bucks played through. So Anyway, Memphis won the game by about thirteen points, but the grizzlies had to win and. They know this weird format in the NBA where the eighth and ninth teams have a playoff play in game to see who has the eight seed. So once they get that resolved in both the east and the west of the butts will not know who they play until the nine and eight seeds in the east plotted other, and the winner of that game will be the one that plays the bucks in the first round of the playoffs. All Games, of course be played in the bubble turning Atlanta. The brewers are playing tonight us a political. Lose I vaguely questions all day. What do I know about the trump event in oshkosh nothing officials but announced other president I don't know if he you know he likes to stir things out. He made a comment on a facebook phone conversation yesterday that he was going to be holding a rally in. Wisconsin on Monday. And it's believed to be in Oshkosh. They haven't formally announced anything yet off it's going to be a rally or a small speaking type of event and so on. But we do know that it is right up Donald Trump's alley to come to Wisconsin the very same day the Democratic National Convention begins it's very possible. Trump may have more people at his event. In oshkosh that the Democrats have at their convention in Milwaukee now again, we don't know what the size of it's good to be. But if you're looking for an opportunity to go to something and you're not freaked out about the virus, just the details will obviously come out but there's been nothing official it I don't know for certain it's going to happen but The trump campaign is not denied that they're going to do it but It's still only Thursday add there are a lot of places in Oshkosh that you could hold it if you were going to hold it open air. Massive Brown's behind. The Whitman Airport where they hold the EA grounds, there's also Titan Stadium and ask a lot of places you can hold it in Oshkosh if they want to do it, maybe they're going to check the weather to make sure opener is going to I. Don't know. So anyway, I don't have any information beyond just pay attention I'm sure you'll get some. Yesterday's program I was discussing. And this whole issue has been created because of the obsession by the left on race and identity. We had terms and they go out of vogue. Then you become racist if you use those terms with the common term that was used in the fifties and sixties in the United States. For Black Americans was negroes that term is virtually never used, but still remains in the names of some black organizations. Many of you have heard of the United Negro College Fund, which was an organization that supported many fairly good black universities in the south the N. double ACP for Heaven's sakes. That is National Association for the Advancement of Colored People people who use that terminology now they look at you as if. You ought to be putting sheet out of your head. So the words change we went for black and then the term evolved became African American. Well this problem with that. Not all black people are African. American. There's also been the discussion as America becomes a society that is really a melting pot where so many of us are. Of Mixed race and mixed ethnicity. When are you African America as opposed to? Dutch American. Or Asian American. Tiger Woods is the classic example of this question and tiger with an American tiger woods has so many different ethnicities that are in there that it's impossible to describe them as anything other than an American. So anyway. This has been brought up on the. Top of the Harris situation because she has made references to where South African American and some black people don't like that. There has been some social media suggested that white. Racist, Republicans are accusing Harris of not being African American in fact, this has been entirely raised by the left. Most people on the right couldn't care less. They just consider us all to be Americans. You're going to hear here is an audience change from CNN y'all Don Lemon. They're real lefty American commentator you to hear two voices on here as part of a panel discussion that he had but he's arguing with a supporter of Cobbola Harris. Who's defending her herself as african-american and Don Lemon who's a big liberal estate? She's not African American. Harrison. Factor ethnicity is she is part Indian. And Part Jamaican. And it's a kind of a rock and it's hard to follow. But Levin is obviously the male voice that's in this exchange. This was a year. This is how the lefties were saying that couple Harris was way out of line for any self reference to herself being African American and as I say down lemons not a conservative. This is when liberals did like Kabul the Harrison never tried to essentially say that she was opposed engage in in. Really stealing of a heritage that was not hers. Anyway. Listen to this. One, she is a black woman. She's a mixed race woman. When you see her, you see her blackness, but she is also South Asian. Her Mom is South Asian and her dad is Jamaican as April April. Listen more power to her and I think it's great. That is that should be enough. Is enough that he's a black woman. No. No No. You're not. You're not what people are saying the people who are saying she black that's ball. That's BS. But to to. Shakes, into say is she African American or is she black or she whatever that what's there is nothing wrong with that there's a difference between being African American and being black. People let People Latino. People are people of Color, but they're not black. They're Brown people. She's okay follow but she is a black woman. I agree with that I agree with that but see African, American. But African American. There's a difference. There's nothing wrong with that. No one is trying to take anything away from. Your fault think. Also say I am black. African, American that's it. I'm not falling. Let let me let me finish hold on. I'm not falling into a trap by that when when when she both download lineage many Africans landed on in Jamaica and all these other Caribbean on. So she could endure. With others but she's She is a black woman she wasn't. Tag Crew Ted. Cruise. You, know what we can. Eclipsed. From. CNN from a year ago in which you had to lefties arguing about whether or not Cavallero should be calling yourself African American. All of this becomes almost the forest because it's the left that has been so So obsessed with identity anyway, and the defender of her use of the term is saying well, luck some African Americans came over to Jacob just the but everybody at some point came from somewhere. How anyone is going to trace? The ethnicity of the Jamaican Ancestors Kamala Tomah Harris's beyond that, and then lemon says, well, I it's not America. Well. Fear. Radically Jamaica which is in the Caribbean as part of North America. It's an island. America isn't just the United States of America but you see the whole problem here when it's the left that has created all of these labels clearly. Tomei. Harris is an individual of mixed race and even the supporters say. Saying India's she south Asian offer crying out loud. Posing a saying Asian that India is Asia just as just as Germany is in Europe and just this candidate is in North America but the the this started when for whatever reason and like I say I'll use whatever turn people to use what do I care. It started wed. We moved away from the use of the term black and went to African. American, which as many people played become gets a little confusing because Africa is a continent it. We don't refer for example to people who are French is being European Americans become french-american so talion Americans and so odd and Africa is a continent and Africa is it entirely black for northern part of Africa's a lot of white people Egypt a few other countries as well, and a confident doesn't create a race whereas the word black applied. A race but see a go into this in which these terms used for whatever reason, and now you come to the question that the debating just because someone is black are they African American and many liberals were arguing that Kamala Harris is not and that she's been engaging in cultural appropriation throughout her political career by saying but that she's an African American at appealing to African American supporters whereas she something else I care what she is. All I know she's a lefty but for the left that is obsessed with all of this identity politics, it becomes important as she appeals for the so called African American vote I. Suspect Don. Lemon may wish that he had not been caught saying those things because he's probably now that she's Joe Biden's running-mate he's GonNa talk about a wonderful person she was but there are there are a lot of people who think that she has been inappropriately. Saying Hey I'm one of us when she says I'm African American when her at the city is. What is Paul it in other referring to her not as Indian it's for whatever reason Asian. Sound more politically correct Indian. I. Don't know. I don't create any of these rules of these obsessions of these labels that people put on one. Another were we simply stopped taking any of the boxes, what we to stop saying that black lives matter and instead focus on the lives that everybody that is. In our country who could stop worrying about this obsession about whether or not we had enough representation from each and every group and instead accept the reality that people in America are getting together and Hook it up and make babies with all sorts of mixed races that are in here and people are GonNa be ninety seven different things. The whole country is going to be people like Tiger Woods. At. Kabul Harris I. Think she has children. What are her kids eventually you end up with you you end up with somebody like me I, have a sister who did our genealogy I'm everything under the sun see it's almost impossible to describe what I am. She has two daughters so. And what her daughters GonNa get married in Mary subway eventually, it becomes impossible to decide what these labels are in that what constitutes an African American is eleven was arguing this is something that said I get it the of your where you are from she is not from America she from Jamaica while that's Weird Jamaica slid of North America, it's an island and she's not African American. She's now from Africa she was somewhat from from you know part of her ancestry is from Jamaica. The other part is from India and the other woman say, but she's black. But black does mean African American. So anyway, this whole argument is one that's out there on the left and they're the ones that are obsessed with it. Says more importantly, what is buying all nuts as by I swear Joe Biden right now he sold it to be so try to say the right thing but his brain is so screwed up every tribal size to say the right thing he says there I heard Joe Biden thinks he's black. He's called her clear. He got through that thing yesterday although people are getting all over Tucker Carlson for calling Kamala Harris Kamala Harris, which is the way I pronounce that because that's the way most people pronounce it. Until now we're now being told it's Coppola Joe by. You if you count your. Part of it is he's mangled up as many times. He had about six different pronunciations every time he every time he mentioned it. You know eventually he's either GonNa get her name wrong or worse. Yeah s Jota weigh and on whether or not commas African American, can you imagine where that would go? Best case scenario he calls her hillary. I mean his full stats gotta be worrying that he's going to start grabbing her uplink. He does all these women that's got to be, of course, something's going in the next eighty days. Every day something does say there's a reason he's locked in the basement. He won't even come to Milwaukee for his own convention. They can't let him come here. I'm telling you that speech he gives he's not even GonNa do it live? They will record it because they know they can't trust him to go fifty minutes live. He's GONNA screw up they're going to have to stop this thing a million different times. You'll end up like having different ties I during the thing. Ed. W I s an mark late afternoon show to give you the text the word in the season's summer cash contest. I've been talking about the following story for some time and it's finally showing up the mainstream media. US online is quoting one of the leading cancer doctors at Roy as saying that they believe that there's going to be a significant increase in cancers including the bad ones the ones that metastasized that's what it spread. Some one Oregon to the others as a result, the number of people who canceled cancer screenings because of Kobe nineteen many of the hospital stopped doing them in April and May and others pushed them back quite some time. It is my contention that not having people go in for cancer screenings, not catching cancer, which is serious because of the obsession over covert, which for most people is not particularly serious is another terrible miss prioritization that far more people are going to die because they were avoiding detection for cancer. Because of this fear that we had that the hospitals are going to be overrun over Calvin course never happened. The story quotes Federico Sanchez, WHO's the medical director of Oncology for Aurora Cancer Care Quote, will there be more cancers found later than they should have. Yes. There will be i. we expecting to see an. And Motassedeq Meta tastic cancer. Yes. But we look back this is going to be regarded. 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Terence Crawford: Canelos Avoided Charlo and AndradeBlack Fighters Give Him Most PROBLEMS

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Terence Crawford: Canelos Avoided Charlo and AndradeBlack Fighters Give Him Most PROBLEMS

"Acids intended for mature audiences. The views and opinions expressed are those of the panelists and reflect. Anyway those are the podcast partners. Sponsors or affiliates enjoy this is michael buffer and you're listening to the voice of the people the. Let's get ready for boxing every day. I'm hustling hustle. Hustle impossible hustle and bustle impossible puzzle. Community this league. You sandy patty. What what what up. Welcome back ladies and gentlemen. Welcome back to another edition of the box voice. Radio news tuesday march twenty third seven pm eastern four. Pm on the west coast and it is six pm central time. We're talking canelo alvarez. Being accused of avoiding the african american fighting the african american fighter. That is what terence crawford is saying. But i think if we dive in a little bit deeper. He's being a little more specific than that. And i quote. He shied away from jamaal charles and andrew for a long time when you look at cannella career. It's like he shied away. From the black fighters. I think the black fighters give him the most problems. I'm gonna just say from the door. I think maybe this partially true Definitely not true in its entirety to say that he's shied away from the black fighter throughout his career that's a complete fabrication and in fact he's fought so many black fighters that it just. It just makes terence crawford look like a bit bitter hater Upset that maybe. He's not in the position of cannella But when he's talking specifically to jamaal charles. Oh and about dimitri sandra now that maybe it's a little closer to home for some of the canal detractors in the android and charl fans but this is what we're going to be talking about the fact that terence bud crawford arguably number three on the pound for pound this is saying that arguably number one on the pound for pound list is afraid of jamaal charles or rather his words shied away from charleville and andre for a long time and then he says when you look at it it's like he shied away from black fighters think black friday give given the most prominent and look. Maybe if you aren't you know one of the guys that like are big on a. I don't know your background and ancestry and shit like that. Then maybe you don't consider laura of black fighter because you know you're like well. He's not black american. You know he's afro-cuban. And maybe you don't consider daniel jacobs a black friday because it's like. Oh well you know he's. He told him he talks too nice. And he's from fucking you know brooklyn so no. He's not black enough. You know maybe wasn't a black friday. Maybe he was rich to be considered black and he was green because he made all the money in boxing and he gave the green plan. I don't know but the fact that people were running with this statement when they watched the sport. It's it's quite interesting to see the power tarriff but crawford has over people but francis. I'm sorry i kept before while i was very long winded about a five minute introduction. What's up moore's house francis here. Let's do it was going on. How do we follow data man. You came in fired day. Man boomlet less caving the day by by your house whatever we live in how we live. We've laid out there. Tv land hope. Everybody's doing well as always before another one because without him none this be possible and yes. This does make turn seem just know this salty. I don't know about what though that's what's bothered that what what would what was it cynical. Just out of himself of his character who he doesn't normally do interviews and to say something like this is what's really get me right now. Well i mean he always doesn't interview aachen. Barrage shot out to arkham barack sweet sciences data. One got this exclusive with terence bug crawford really tearing up the internet As he said that cannella shied away from jamal charleston. Andre for a long time. And and i think that's the one part that i can agree on You know especially listening to jamaal charles interview this morning with brian customer. Last podcast and him saying well you know i was f before we can and then i moved up to sixty hour and i was at sixty with move up sixty. I'll be at sixty eight we can. And it's like damn. He really didn't get that fight for a long time. Everyone else kinda sorta did so. I mean i can see or give bud some sort of credence in his statement or at least partial partial statement. I could. I could give bug credit with the android but not charl. 'cause are we going to just not take in consideration the fact that he signed that huge design deal. I mean you know you know damn while Wasn't going to the zone and you know damn well Zone wars going to let them go to. Pvc truth is people are going to say. Moore's house is unfair for you to give carmelo pass. Just because he signed a zone because he wasn't fighting with disown when charlie was at fifty four or sixty. Maybe yep maybe sixty. I'm not sure so. That's count for that right. Because he was with golden boy he was known saying what he's doing and the opportunities were there for that fight to happen for the reason. You another way wasn't sony boswell. A heavyweight there was trying to fight. Yep five to forty forty four. Oh i gotta get the new heavyweights oni. So let me get those statistics. And we'll get them till you please contact me on instagram nasio or on patriot. And this way. I can be able to communicate which you i. I have someone in mind for you. I just need to be told his sister and dimensions. and then i can Forward that information to you but without a form of communication that can be done but thank you for the super chat. The says here to support either way. We appreciate the support. We talk box and we got some other super chests coming in. He chose the us a cash app which saves us thirty percent that you know youtube likes. They get us for i do that. I don't know why. I thought i thought your region and imaginary super channel discreet out looking hard and it was a cash superchargers. Lee shot up to tony man. Tony boswell listen. Count drago got the actual cash right here on youtube. Dot com forward slash. The box invoice where you could just go ahead and subscribe and help us get to a hundred and nine eighteen thousand one hundred and twenty. My birthday may thirty first. Telephone itself friend. I want no gifts. Just descriptions but count drago says mayweather jacob's ladder trout kerpen etc unless charl moves to super middleweight. He ain't duck anyone same with andrea. Cannella was done at one sixty. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah you know i forgot was one sixty. He fought two fights all the all. The fans are clamoring for list was a triple jifa. Exactly that's what i'm saying like charles was not the boogeyman demanded. Not all defense fell. That's not true. Meant challa was not the boogeyman. Ganapati was the boogeyman. Nadi was the one that had the slogan. Gimme my bell. Gimme my bell like now mexican style. He's not mexican. This is mexican style guys. You want show you want drama show just call and talks to fight public. Anti talked his way into it with abel sanchez. being the mexican trainer it was. You know it was. Maybe they maybe they thought he would imparted some of that mexican style onto him. I don't know whether thinking but you know what i mean. So he talked his way into that fight. I'm not sure that you know maybe challa would've done something like that early on charlotte. Maybe you've got to fight. I disagree man. The world was saying cannella was duck in gennady gluskin. He had all the belts at sixty he had be. Jacob says sixty wh-what charleoi did at sixty. We can agree when gennadi was fighting. Daniel jacobs says sixty. Who was charles facing when ganapati was facing Canal twice who was charles facing. Who was andrea fits. I don't even understand. And charles julian williams. He's facing those guys. Come so sitting here saying oh. He avoided charles and andrei right but he was busy. It looks like to me. He was busy with gennady right so so so avoided charleston andrea than than they would have charleston andrea been doing if canals. Avoid in them. What the hell are they doing right. Well somewhere in the chat just said a responding to the statement in the opening that Charles said he will go to zone. Full a one fight deal and But that was android. That wasn't a fight canal. They were talking about childers andrew. I don't even know if it's for andrew brecca's based off the interview you know he. He made it clear seven million. We get in that bro. That ain't enough bro. It's a unification. So i don't know and don't get me wrong if he really is touching seven million per you. Seven million ain't right for unification but let's not the gets. The female just took one point five two to to do a unification now he in a position of power. He got a career high paid day. You know what i'm saying. I just want people to remember the decisions you decide. The may you know you live by them. That's a fag. you'll let me jump in here. Real quick may Shot up to tony basel. Sorry for trying to make you a heavyweight you five eight one sixty five. My apologies I got it all wrong. Shot stick talks with the super chat. That said floyd trout jacobs. Laura kirkland out of fifty eight fights that's not a lot but was speaking facts. Were how many mexicans both for. How many ukrainians buff for like we just pick any nationality ethnicity and start saying if someone's in because they don't have what. How many do you need. Obviously at five and six which cannella was four isn't enough. How many is enough. How many is enough. Do you need to have work. Do you need to have to every five fighters or should it be one every other fighter to please you guys like. This is a ridiculous conversation man. The race card is. The car is chosen to us when there is no other argument. His resume k. Compared to that's the bottom fucking line. If canals avoid in black fighters were terraces avoiding elite fighters. I said can afford black. Fighters will terence's avoid an elite fighters kazeem fundamentally fighter yet. Ooh man shot by fuck as we talk here. We have a bunch of china. defend the bullshit. Like don't defend the bullshit could get in the ring and fight a number one in something a number one. That's something not. Hey can i be ios number ones. And not now. No dues the entitles. Nobody never heard of just like yata because if can nello charles because he was fighting liam who got a belt right and liam ain't nobody well. Then what the fuck is the difference. What the fuck is the dip. Because if canals avoiding you and he's fighting dudes with belts kalemie. Nobody liam nobody rocky. Ain't nobody jacobs saying good enough. Gennady really you ain't beat them. So then who is. Who is jamal and andrey destroying the got these dude stinking canelo duck in them or is it just because they simply out there and not facing. I'm lost i'm lois. We gotta kinda punch mississippi. Let's go ready. We start right now. I want to talk to morehouse first. Morales man i trade. Andreotti was on disowned. Before all of them he got a build it once. Sixty heating connecticut triple g. So what the fuck you. If charlie brings blackouts over there. He bought the getting. Do you sometimes people who don't know about race. The comics journal make no sits. Everybody knows andre did over there. It ain't no love for them to do. They want to fight. You can't make jim dukes fight. Nobody that they don't wanna fight. So yes you. When you become mandatory to laboratory all opinion don't matter regular mandatory. Earn your spot. opinion matters. don't matter money. Don't matter lincoln. Earn those every single person allowed to sell spot and listen to what i said. I said i can't understand where he's coming from with with char low not with andrey because android. Was there on zone. So i don't know what you yelling at me for. He misunderstood you. You know but you know he. Moore's house was making it clear that he agrees with terence about charter. Or rather not about charlie. Because you can't say someone's ducking someone from another. Yeah united saying he does feel you can claim the not a a little bit about the call cannella oscar. He said he does feel you can claim Canal is avoiding android. Who is on the same side of the street. Plus remember there's an article that Th they were acts canelo about andrzej where he was like. Oh andrea boring. Fighter and boring fighter is code for. He moves too much. He don't wanna stand and fight. That's all it means and tell them so. You know. I could see anybody like well. You know man. He avoided andre. But but the charles thing is just a little bit more difficult They will never really on the same size. what I guess maybe though maybe it was once upon a time that they were. I don't even know if there was once upon a time of day. We're on the same side light when canola golden boy and everybody was like one big happy family. But that bag dan you know fucking cannella. Final hoses seato. Lopez is of the world and and the fight the victim. Caesar so i know charles wasn't even on his mind and i doubt charles had a belt of baghdad because i remember when cannella that host a seato lopez pay per view that i think that's when chavez and and Sergio martinez the. Do's and a thomas and mack center same day. I don't know. I don't know but it's funny man. It's funny that that is is it me. Is it me or is it not ironic that we're having resume debate and crawford's involved in this like he should really be the last one saga. My anybody's fucking resume. I'm dead serious services crazy. That people like you know this is what happens. You know crawford. He mentioned the right name. So it's triggered certain people to become his fan for the day and and and you know jump on his statement but the truth. Is you know as a real boxing fan. You shouldn't be giving crawford a pass to talk about canellas really facing dudes and undisputed so many divisions. This dude is like fighting. Who exactly who is he in the. He got the right to say anyone's avoiding you. Avoid an earl. You don't wanna take thirty percent. You don't wanna take forty percent and you've got one belt thinking you deserve fifty percent when it was not. He said he didn't want to even ortiz. But listen when it was well. The warning fifty percent against aj the world claim he was avoiding the five. But it's it's terence wanting fifty percent against earl and he's not avoid in the meanwhile we're going to talk about pinella. This is just insane to me. No be super chapa. Mr j fuck all this. Do guy triggered man. He's lined up the fight. Unification that is scheduled. We got an arena. What we got an arena. We gotta we gotta broadcast. What is crawford got on the table. So now can supposed to say them. Yeah we ain't and nobody who got a belt unless they black well. He didn't tell us yet because apparently he was saying while he was muttering while he was on camera that he got bigger fish. You know he got bigger things to to take care of so don't need virgil or aero right now. He got bigger things. We don't know what that is but sosa charl only fight mexican so he don't get toll. He's avoiding he only be yo. I'm fine hymie cannella. only. I'm so lost with this topic. Citizens corny man on. They're not even in the weight class. You wanna fight him. Get your way up. Now get your weight up now. If you if your house you can't use that word. Yes yes. They signed to make a name for themselves. Then they know he was into wake let go see know. He just did a pay per view that allow people would say. It wasn't the greatest who are jamal. I may. I don't know. I think that was not the greatest but definitely not a complete fill like doing the math and not so based on what morehouse said that back then even though they were in the weight there were nobody but people can argue. Now that they're still kind of i mean i don't know what argument you go. Mate were all you can nello ducking to do one hundred and twenty thousand pay per views with his little brother on the undercard like yoyo sound sue stupid. I got us went up. I gotta stop anymore any for anybody that comes back and says oh what did liam bring to the table. The wbo and obviously so fifty thousand tickets. Guess much more than what earl did with more popular guy with mikey. So obviously leeann brought something. He brought more. Mikey brought as visa super chap mr j. d. j. duke forty he said fifteen fights since floyd only two are black. Okay and was angie allies again. Oh andrew gomez supercharge that says he is mad because has best win vs victor. Postal that being terence crawford. Yeah he ain't fight five ukrainian so he in ukrainians ma. Why why sermons duck in ukraine is the only one and why he's fighting why why ducking dues from zimbabwe. Only four one in dongo like this conversation is stupid like yo. Oh he only he had fifteen fights since may only four one mexican. Okay cool. Well since terence crawford right fought for vacant title with the law. May he fought to mexicans or is john molina mexican z. Mexican american. Because when andy was mexican title said he really he mexican american like dude fine the stupidest arguments so are they gonna say now. German lena's mexican. So that crawford had fought to two mexicans in a fucking ten year time span to win the argument. Was he mexican american. Like what the and this is the dumbest shit you know. Go back and look look at the boxer. Look at the boxer. I can go all the way down. I'm looking at all these fighters i could say. Maybe one fighter that you could swap in charl and that would be the rocky field everything else. All these other fights are bigger fights swap in charlotte. Unless he was gonna stay at sixty remember. He fought filled in the test. The weight at sixty eight because fulfilled. He fought filled in. Was it philbin. Jakup's then kovalyov so then now yet. Yeah then you just made my point and stronger than there is no fights you could swap shallow when the four bigger fights or the belts the bigger fights or for belts. Which what can chase. The only one you could've done is filled and filled in his the only one you could you know but it was. It was the the welcome into division. The not even the welcome in the zone like like the zone giving you a fucking. What was it like seventeen million dollar fight as a as a as a fucking yo. Please come fight for us type of shit man. I was shenault. Be steve munez says i love all the shows. As commission point it brings on all the haters. Shoutout to t. v. much love from california. what about a andrew gomez yep. I said that before. We're moving down the line cfc. Nope that's a new one. No that's the same one. That's a new one. Come on champa it. I it pete go to one mesto gotta call you out. You've already admitted past shows that. Would that would ask for the franchise. Charlie you set it out to all a major say. How long ago was the why you act like duck now as if that don't count secondly but second mexicans mexican stars. Their biggest losses are versus black fighters. Chavez condello look look dobri me look look at the biggest losses or gets black fighters can nello no different in follows a blueprint. Because he's a smart man could never with one thing. he's more hill. He ended about the do nothing that y'all wanna do tiktok to follow. The same path is delaware twice twice twice by sugar shane. He ain't going here. Black mambas biggest losses to mexican i. That's the same argument. That rivalry is dead. So i don't understand him saying that he's duck and black fighters when a mexican and black rivalry. That's been there forever and you know. He's gave us some big names. That are black. I can't really think of outside of charleston. Andrew which are the only two names that are left and took years to develop into names android arguably still is not a name with a hundred and five thousand instagram followers in a bunch of vacant titles Jump in here real quick. You finish your thought. I mean you've got me. Ause are cool so i i'm i'm really langham. Turn right now. i'm a little upset. You know what. I'm saying because you know we we talk about tan's crawford. Doing only sixty thousand seventy thousand eighty thousand ninety thousand pay per views and we have a lot of people out here. Who are having the bud crawford capon. They are super bud feds. But it's not showing up in numbers. They're not putting respect in his check. So i don't want him to do what they do to but to us this over three hundred in here right now. It is only sixty four thumbs up. It don't cost you know. Know you gotta do is just click the button. Just hit the button. We appreciate it. Thank you brand maurice. What a super chat. that says. I disagree with bud on the topic. But if a champion ain't qualified to have an opinion about another champion. Youtubers ain't qualified to decrease to g- teak any pros. Now he's got his rights his opinion but as a champion. It is disappointing that he has such a poor open and as the president of the butts anders. You have admitted that by saying you disagree with but on a topic. But he is reaching and trolling because of his own championship frustrations. You know he hasn't been able to do what he wants to do. You know so i. It's understand the book we got. Sean and yep go ahead you got it chauncey pearls would supercharge that says but the never ending. I test with that busted resume when we know if he's elite with that sea level resume when we know if he's elite without that sunday. When will we know right. Oh no no. I just wanted to. I wanted to emphasize that. I wanted to emphasize. He said the way he said. It's not like. I know you got the knowing there but like when when we go. No no listen. I'm just glad people coming out man and speaking the truth and going in on his resume like he got no fucking right like brandon. Got every right in his. I mean he got the right. Brandon is right brandon is. He's a champion he got the right to critique but like he needed the watch what he say man. You don't as the pot you don't call the kettle black man that you just don't you just don't especially not this like okay again right. The argument is he's fighting black fighters. But he ain't finding a black fighters we want so then sued. Bud is fighting mexican fighters not the mexican fighters. We want or ukrainian fight. As i didn't want post. Do you know what i'm saying. He find puerto rican designing. I didn't want my fucking the law may like what are we talking about he find cubans. I didn't want. I didn't fucking one gamboa's low as like stop playing in lyon for this dude man. We need to force this offer. Gotta get in the ring and swing. All of us are all of us saw. He needs to do the same for real for real man. We gotta stop letting them live man. We box in the says ness his feelings. He planned the cannella meet. Flew all in fun. Good brother hey. Call it what you want. But he's obviously tight. He's obviously tight like you. Tell me how that conversation right. How you being interviewed about you in a big earl spencer by in all of us in the conversation changes to what can nello doing how he doing with his career. When you're shit is the one at a standstill. You should one stall who you fighting again. You said you can't fight. Puerto cause us in negotiations with pat. What happened with that. Qatar was given how much we get so many passes. Br i don't understand why anyone else would be getting shit. They would be calling the cat king. You eat us. He don't wanna fight order. He don't wanna fight earl and you don't wanna fight virgil because he impact. Gal ain't nobody calling them. Macapa but ryan says he pack gallon tank. He's eliah while we believe him. When your like like why do they believe in when it's gonna fight back yard trip in. My mantra is getting that. I'm a flight thurman i'm gonna fight thurman ooh i'm a fight porter. Nah he goes bra. Manninen nine tripping man. Ko k- d k. d. d. Here we go man. Don't turn this into a bashing. Show come on shaking my head. Ej the supposed big fish the one that has been pushing crawford out saying i don't know why he here and saying seventy thirty eighty twenty. Whatever i just wish. I had the same energy when wilder was being given flat fees and seventy thirty. That energy. Wasn't there now all of a sudden. Ej gotta be the good brother. Nobody was fucking aj to be the big the good brother get the fuck out here man. Ej play big fish man. You earn chip position. Just like god nello and he and he and he sees you. That's why talks about you. Not about bud and that got buff. Furious i'm telling you see what p counterpunch times too. I got time today day off. I've got so so we go do the three greatest fighters in my opinion marquess chavez oscar de la. Hoya cannella will. I'm not gonna count him because he hasn't finished it. Marquess two losses to great black fighters fluid gympie brennan chavez. Everybody lost the personnel. That the draw. I do to beat him. Ricky rat frankie randall. Black do to beat him really. Why black dude dude. Only got seven losses. Three of them that came to black due out of the seven day asked you got about seven losses about four or five of them. Tend to black news. Trinidad mostly twice. Floyd this is nothing new. This is nothing new. If i was a businessman like this they got look. At analytics was good western. Was that true. I'm trying you gotta believe nothing. Holy nothing nothing. But i'm telling you if you'll partner failed and you'll partner failed and go partner. Fail you about the gorgeous. It makes total sense from much. He can especially if he's gonna make this month especially if you go make the same amount of money. I could occupy super credit man after without their fought. Them dudes will lose. He's scared went out and did that. Respect to never watch that lucrative like book there fuck. I'm not on ended up like asking. I'm not in this factual. Look up for yourself. When they built black santa they forget that he fought the baddest man on the planet. And floyd mayweather. When he was a baby and laura after floor he fought laura who was the baddest chloroform and give a shot. Laura who was undefeated. I'm just like well. He wasn't in the field because he got robbed on. Espn but they fired all three judges. That's never been done before. Or after that fight. Mayweather spanked de la hoya and wooded canal. Do he fought him. Stop with all this. Every fight is different man just because just because some mexican fighters lost the black vote is it doesn't mean that all mexicans are just gonna dot com is. The money's got to be right and if they be in position for bell before. When i wouldn't even bring up the do blue two weight classes in one way in like i don't even make sense man and paid. I think two hundred and fifty thousand worth of overweight money. Like you're going to bring that up. Bradley beat marquez. The right way and both of them fought marquez. Outside is way you know. That wasn't his natural weight. You know but it is what it is. listen. I don't get caught up in that man. I is more than colored. Me man is is so many. Boxing is international. Maybe years ago. I felt like that because it was harder to see. And you had to have all these illegal lanes but now with eastern europeans have been coming into the boxing over the last ten years And and really like victim. Postal for instance. Who was speaking of you know. He's ascended over the last ten years and made a name for himself in the gennady's of the world news six. And you know. I doubt garcia busy. Is he ukrainian but russia before them. Dude you persona goes mass. I don't understand this is is just crazy. Man not every like mexican and black or the two biggest minorities in the world so there is going to be more scenarios between mexicans and blacks than there is like ukrainians versus blacks or or ukrainians versus. Puerto ricans dominicans. For that matter who really aren't in boxing. Like that unanimity. But should man of a big carlo had the i b f that cable plant has. Are we really going to see. Say kendall would avoid them well. That's the million dollar question. Though i mean truth be told. You don't know moore's house at the end of the day see what he's right to me. That was some bullshit with charge. Low like irl worked his way up to mandatory position way to for his shot can nilo and fucking basile both took franchise status. That's pretty much stuck in at the low year much void in your fight. You know you gave them the bell. You took a trophy. And they both became champion because yeah chose not to fight him so you. Wouldn't he do what what remind me of the history. After kinetico took that franchise in that one fifty four. Would he do next nine. I wanted to before. He took the franchise at one sixty after beating and daniel jacobs then. Then he took a franchise when up for rocky no he took franchise after gennady fort rocky and then jacobs then live. I think right. That's how that's how i go. Yeah okay so. I wanted to tell you for look like i was Veer off a second there. But what i was actually doing. I said to message in the pre pro offers response to everybody's response to ask her right now. I was reading the threads below because he responded to everybody that had comment ninety percent of everybody was giving him shit and he was literally blow them off. Like i whatever i don't really care i'm scared of those guys that was. It was intriguing to me to read the his response is like wow a course man because no one is stupid but my man. I don't know who pay to be like yo he. He hasn't fought black fighters fifteen five since floyd in only four one do whatever the do pay say burnt. We still waiting on an elite fighter from the do the goddess talking about cannella. We're still waiting. We've been waiting like a few names of resume. Were black tubo. I leave that alone for another day. Oh yeah of course they ain't gonna give them credit for love more than the do and shit like that. It's like yours. May he got he. Got kirkland those black. Friday is listen. You get the second time man. He went to rocky fielding dan. Daniel jacobs dan cold love and then callum smith so you are correct. Crazy man is but i. I'm just shot. Man like yogi australian fighters. He only fought one. The only four one and now was like six years ago man when he gonna fight another australia i- so so tell you tell you but listen. I'm a report on it all. I do not mind chair from eggs bulldog. Boxing logics united box. Hold on. I'll tell you right now. What did you say. Boxing logics united. Hope he going for undisputed at one sixty pounds andrea had the wbz b. o. Belt and charles had other. That's obviously what is referring to do. Do dome so. What does the gennady have i. I'm so lost. Let me let me show you let me go. Let me go to canada because they trip right now trip right now. Let's see what happens. What bills did gennady have. When when canal they had to be and The wb eight. No it's the wb a wbz and the ib no but cannella wbz. Oh right it says wbz wb a i. B o an ibm own. And i yes. Yes right there yup. No don't maybe that was the first one. Let me check out the open. Nah not to say thank second one. Doesn't you know it's the first one did didn't billie joe have the wbo at that time until he popped dirty. And andre picked it up andrey got that for knocking. One day in the vacant That's all i'm saying you're gonna you're gonna you're gonna fight. You're going to stay at that that that weight class fight shiloh or go get that three hundred sixty five million. Th zone was going to give you. I mean come on everybody out there with a brain and the head would grab that bag. Yeah but that's kind of slimy. Though i understand you gotta get the bag but You know you know the game how the game works. You work your way up to position to get a shot at. You can't just turn your back on that. I mean it's it's i. It's of saying there's no honor amongst thieves. You understand. we don't. We're not trying to promote that in boxing. Even though we know it's a little bit of it there you want to be able to keep your word like the word. Is that if you're a champion and somebody worked themselves up to be a mandatory You try to work out a way to give them a shot at the title or vacate. What he did instead was to give him give him the the right to be the champion and i'm assuming get a boost in his pay because ninety percent of these boxing contracts. You'll get a bump in you pay soon become world champion. Yeah but then. He could've stayed. He could have made a way to fight him and nonetheless though and collect the money it big fish again that big bat he calling the shots. That's how i see it but you're bulldog our super chat That said charlotte. Oh was a mandatory. Just like yielded. Moore's and today you can avoid that. My he duck is no different than you know. The difference with the steelers like he chose to fight. Cfe mo for one bell and and you know it's the same shit they both chose different things texas more dogs so we got back. Yes i got it. I can get sad musically we've got this is a this is a message. You got any sad music because Donald banks would five dollars super chat. I hope i do justice near crawford. S at interview so it's not capping and bashing you this guy to get up feel not getting and the sad part is the people really believe that they are so. There's so much in denial. That that's what they'd rather believe. I'm saying what i'm saying. Because i can't get an interview. Not because he really hasn't fought an elite not because we would all be ecstatic if they announced puerto because he would finally be in a competitive fight at least sixty forty. I'm making this up. Because i'm some sorta hated that didn't get an interview that he's never been in a fifty fifty five. He's never been in canal shoes. Where canelo foregone noddy. And the world dot. Ganapati was going to beat him. He charles andrei all terrorists. Never been in that position not never they never took a fight with the odds against them right now. Right now ben. Evita's is that guy. Charlie and he's telling you know he don't got no belt bro. I'm really a fifty four bro. I can move back down bro like you do see my energies the same all the time. It don't matter who you are none of shit. The truth always going to get told man can never wasn't always my boy until he beat trial and the truth was always told on. Ya gotta stop cabin for these newsmen truth. Is that stop lying for your favorite fighter. Man for real i. B o medallion champion over forty club rocky with big nestor heavyweight. Ibm champion is that. I don't know who kept more but fans or can elephants laugh aloud. Mario duct me baltimore's ten. He like my stick fighting style for the most out of the sleek black fighters show y'all what we rep it says chavez beat the greatest slick fighter sweetpea trip and. Cyp says kinda punch numa weather. He didn't beat the militants all idiots. But secondly we're going gonna do this more house. This may not be the topic humanity. Kids you just trying to make the same like black dues delusional but anyway look at this. You said because some mexican fighters lost the black. Do whatever to the point. The best the best we can do is. We'll go back versus. Best roy jones floyd be half sugar ray leonard. Not heavyweights wait. Roy liberal author mexican never lost periods never lost to mexican litter never lost mexican greatest four mexican fighters all that losses to black dudes quiet. No nothing about this race as you make it cosstalk when it just be looked up and be talked about come see rob. Ps right as usual because i'm not afraid to look it up. You look it up. See what the out. Ray shit is crazy sending me man. It's accu morehouse boston. Chat with a super j would share. That says what does crawford's career have to do with the validity of his argument question. Mark you've spent a lot more time trying to discredit him than his argument. Brooke has that is how you discredit the argument. If you haven't achieve with the. That's what i learned my lesson. That's why i stopped calling people bums. That's why i don't tell interim champions they not champion such a dumb ass up. He has not done. What can the low has done. He has not fought the level of competition of he has been in a fifty fifty five. He has not faced any boogie man. People floyd would-be canelo them. They thought trump would be canal. He fought them they. Laura would be cannella. He fought him and they definitely talk. The nadi would beat him before them twice. You are aligarh and anyone with the way that you think is a liar and a hater because it is evident that this man has been in at least five fights where we thought he was going to lose. But we sit here talking about some dude. Who ain't never done that. Just gimme one fight where we think he going lose. Just put them in in one. Put them in fucking one man. Put them in one one fight where we going. Because he's a great man they're going to say because he's day great and that's a lie day again lying. They know he hasn't fought talk welterweight. They know that they know that. The one hundred and forty pound division did he allegedly dominated was not the one danny garcia dominated. It ain't about think terrence beats daniel terrence better than danny who the fuck for for better one forties. Don't lie to yourself. Victim wasn't no fucking better. One forty when he took step aside money like three fucking times back to back to back and forth on pbc cards. Every single time accepted the check. You fools don't know boxing man a lot doing shit. I'm sorry you to the real with. Search john the real super chetta says floyd never fail the drug test but missed weight after two years is what we talking about. Sounds like ness as captain. And i agree with you on bud. What are we talking about here. I heard his feelings. Because i said sign about fluids so now now now now. He talked him out drug testing. Because don't bring jug testing to insinuate anything about cannella when we all know about floyd's iv that we wanna magically forget fuck god on the biggest fight of his fucking career. The fight that he allegedly was ducking for seven years. You get in a therapeutic fucking. Iv come on bro. chew man. that's what money buys you man. The luxuries of fucking iv packages to to rehydrate. But you wanna talk about cannella. This what i'm saying. We magically forget certain shit fuck out here man kick rocks your another super chad from k. Dr seven nine eight nine. This just bud. Opinion on camello cannella said before bud has not fought. Anyone crawford has already been undisputed though can't go back now. Change who he beat for bells names not famous shaking my head Please please make sense. They would you mean so. If can say that anybody is is iran. For saying that i i mean i of course not wrong he. He's selling the same fucking truth. We've been talking about so then. Is it wrong for for for everybody to say that can has quote unquote duck like fighters. Everybody's entitled to his goose is good for the gander. That's what everybody inside of your own opinion. I just i just can't agree with cannella. Duck and black fighters when he's faced so many and he's faced so many you know what three out of the five black fighters that he's face people thought he was gonna lose to like he gets no credit for that. I guess because it was too long ago. You know to log ago. Yeah it was too long ago outta sight outta mind. Nisa major key box on the question. Are you saying that. Getting an iv illegal or what is in the iv potentially alleged. I'm pretty sure you receive in an iv the night of the fight or day before the fight is not part of the rules of boxing or the commission. I'd like to check that story broke. He got an exemption to do that. From my man in nevada google it. I'm sure it did. I'm sure is out there man. That was a pretty big story. Meant you know. i'm sure it's out there. But i'm sure people will also find an excuse. No it was okay. You know nevada said it was okay. It was okay the fuck you literally helping my men hydrate better than his opponent but it's also is getting you know he's getting an iv what what is the what is the threshold because there's no need no more to keep paraphrase in the google story. In the meantime get to that next supervisor. I gotcha i gotcha. I think that was the last one though no key. Dr thinking do you right. You ain't line. i got you i. It came through bussing here. We go Mr j duke. Forty with a two dollar supercharge saying boxing is the one sport that treat black people. Fair question mark liar. I'm not sure who that is directed to. But i'll read it one more time. Boxing is the one sport was right. There man there goes right. This shit is crazy. Chat you gotta you know mean. Did you hear that you want to just pass it. Let me see. Let me read it. Sometimes things need to be no problem. Who guy mister duke. Mr j duke forty and the blue they said boxing is the one sport treat black people fair liar then he said yes sarcastic statement but who said that. That's what i'm saying. Who is it pointed towards. I'm not sure either. Eric major key box in with five dollars super chassis. Sorry but but shar low duct jacobs and canal defeated him. Tell me another sob story. But it's starting to get hard for me to keep backing you shaking my head Are jones says. Stop lying for your favourite fight at twenty twenty one group would. Is that this. That emoji lay. I blowing hot steam emoji. Yeah that's like an accelerator bud. Ie out that's you that's you trae miller shutout the trae man doing so well in a fantasy pick him league. If you ain't on a fantasy pick league join patriot for as little as three bucks and show your true box knowledge. Then i might learn your name like trade because he gets right a lot. He says great show but he didn't. He has like five emojis with the mouth shut. The i don't know so does he really does. Yeah that's weird at one is Is he calls it his. It closing their mouth down logic. Boxing logic united but trout and laura are fights. Many thought can a- loss cool but he fought them and they're black and i'm glad you thought he lost which met people thought he was going to lose before he took them. That is my point. That is my point. Not only as he fought black fighters. He's fought the ones that you thought would beat them. So you know just say but Let's open up the phone lines. Let's do let's do. Let's give out some free phone calls. We're talking boxing. If you can call it that they got mad. See why peden intimidated. Moore's house not the speak anymore. Now thank you see why bullying moore's house saying some racist when you know he wasn't now you've got my man. He got the awkward face in the corner now. Easy way. he's what the hell do like. Ingraham bullied touchy. 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What mayweather did know whatever man. That's that's normal embarks into get approved. Twenty one days after the fight it was such a scandal was crazy. Counterpart see why p. c. y. p. b. We don't hear you is this thing on. Who was that guy. That comedian used to say that this thing on aloe look hang up back in just not working low champion. It is not were cain. So how long should he have gotten who. I'd like to know for people who feel like the six months wasn't You know wasn't long enough. For the suspension for canelo getting popped for the meat What do you think is a fair time people in the chat but do you guys think is a fair to him. Six months is good. Six months is good for work for the suspension. That can allow apparently got for me. It was six months for six months. Correct or incorrect. I don't know man. Listen to what they what. Why does wider does remember. Why is the world anti doping agency vodka and the boxing commissions. Follow their standards. And what rules should they said. Cyp you back. Let me know we can okay for anybody. Who's fused when you when you get a first defense in boxing. A first offense if you cooperate they will reduce your statements to how long six months you cooperate. They will only give you six months instead of her year. If you cooperate so how tale it can get to stand six months. If he was cleared no behind closed doors he cooperated the hair follicle came much later but had nothing to do with his cooperation in six months suspension. Stop it re darker. Dominating guitarist should be repeated. The straight for yourself read. It's fun to middle c rocky up to be clear. He's responding to someone in the chat. Not because we didn't bring that up. He he had he has like dozens of the base in the chat while the live show goes on so we got another one from boxing logic. United who says ness big respect for you ever since you drill. The top rank president at the wbz convention on the franchise champ title. Keep it up. Peace and pugilists. Yea and that's why you see again people like to say you know the Lie but had that same energy for the seal and in connecticut did it. I said the same thing you know. So it is what it is makes necks who is naming terrible j. matt o. J. magazine other another bit of bitta call them bidder. All right we're going out to the coast guy though. What a gobble gobble. Yes we hear you this while you doing man. I ain't am good. Good sanso technically Like you were saying man. I don't necessarily feel like he avoid black fighters 'cause you Like you say. He fought some fires in the past. He expressed doing business world. You know what i'm saying in the future. So i don't think he avoided a black friday. Is i think if people like feel certain type of way about charl and andrei they should just started maybe state for the argument he duck known specifically and not necessarily leica all black fighters Thank you I do feel like maybe a mob charleston. That started who started. The trouble. Started that because i thought innovation the first show It was definitely been evita's. Because when i was in mexico i interviewed the father and he thought that that was always a good fight and then interview. Charlie like that's just started in mexico in october. Two thousand and nineteen. With what. I'm saying so i'll give people down. They're sanding. i'm saying that's how lucky no chin that's the that's the exact definition of duck in my friend. Which usually listen. Listen if you will fighter. And i'm a fighter right and i'd go around telling the media a fight between me and guy though was a good fight this was in two thousand nineteen like yeah i think if i will between me and charles the good fight then i go to charlie. I'm like oh. I don't know if you know. But benefited his father saying that would be a good fight at the time. Ben evita's wasn't wbz chin. So for charles. It was worth it. And he's like. Oh he champion norman We could do that. Fight if you wanna fi. But andre derail was anthony was right there. Anthony durrell was at the convention trying to get the rematch. So you know. He didn't really have that energy energy like that. Because i anthony is. They're trying to petition for that fight. You can't here's the fighting. Here's the key word that you just said. Though is you felt like you know what i'm saying. He said it was working for him or something like that. That's what i'm saying he say. Don't talk when tom brady and interrupt you once. I'm saying he did. He wouldn't fight that man he just said make sits for him. You know what i'm saying. He said he was going to be an eliminator. Like what is it gonna be. You know what i'm saying. I'm saying he's not just going up there to fight him so say oh shit we respect harlow because that was supposed to have never tanko koo koo koo so then. Cyp you know this is going to You know very you know. Like i guess immature but then see. Why can't say that. I then right right francis because that's the same excuse make it make it worth my while right yup right up and and that's the same definition. I'm using for being duct c. Y. p. consistently calls me out or called me out and i'm saying no so i am duck in him in his eyes. That's what he says in a check. No ness duck duck in me. So now what the fuck is the difference if bellavia is calling you out since two thousand fucking nineteen. How would ain't no duck gadgets. Love protecting your favorite fighter saw good but you have three minutes champion. Counterpunch want anymore. That i gave you some free smoke but now you choking on that that is just the truth you cannot. You cannot be called out by a guy for three years and say is not a duck. It's been three years bre. It's been three years like you. You got to get like at one point. We gotta assume he ducking is three years. A dude call calling you and you fight you fight and somebody's been saying they could beat you for three years man but saying that ain't no duct 'cause he's in the wrong division he basically telling this so is cool for charter say odem lou dudes moving up and i'm a beat dumb but it's not cool for ben evita's the call charter little when he beat him. I wish there wasn't no race man because everybody was just all the same color. save visiting. we probably won't have these basement because this absolutely no sense to me. No rod aid over the same exact thing and get away with it man. It's crazy. Didn't charles and his head coach last fight. The yielded fight during all the pre press said that charles fight to happen I believe it. I believe they said it. 'cause they will question about in in in his coach and an canal said yes at fight has to happen. I mean they've been saying that. If i got to happen especially recently You know but will it happen will it. That's that's the million dollar question. I think i think you'll find them at some point once he gets through this once a state division. Y'all are jones kinda punch for gado. What up let me find out. You're the same person i am say. I told you that before my bad. Yeah this is what i'm saying. Homie don't subscribe. You'll logic between you won't see. Why p because i never talked about two and see. Why pieces tonight never called. Does this is what i'm seeing. Charlie said. make your work as well. He never said that he wouldn't fight. You are they gotta do is make the fight make sense so i don't understand what the problem is like the fight being insensitive. He doesn't have about. what does he knows. He doesn't say what does he what is going to gain from. Y'all respect give respectful restored back. He going gain his respect back when he lose. Respect does happen bro when the do been calling since two thousand nine hundred thousand and you make excuses about vaccines one sixty four you know catchweight. I'm really fifty four pounds of bro. He ain't got no belt bro. It ain't worth it so he said so he said i wouldn't play going to be. That's the reason why he never said that. So he ducky how that's saying. They not done got he got off. But you hi-his duck in my friend. He's given yacht contradictions. So the guy's like ukiah defend him but then he gives guys like me ammunition right so he says to guys like you yo a i will fight them if they make it worth my while but he says that in interview he leads guys like me. No like ben. Evita's ain't gano belt. What i'm supposed to move up for. I'm the champion bro. I'm the champion. Your stupid. Want to move up brew. Manno talk to me about ben. Evita's man. When i was a champion he was embraces. Do i sound like energy of a. Do they wanna fight somebody they get to the end of the interview to find out but yeah i'll fight benefit as if they make it right. God those stop making excuses for your favorite fighter counterpunch. Ufp see why would you for one. You can't duck. Nobody's saying division and makes no sense at all get doesn't make this. But look though. I remember when my maintain up leo in everybody's containing four hundred twenty six pounded even though leo had the hudson and thirty town built that they were fighting for. He had already thought of what thirty he had a bill. Charles don't have no one sixty eight pound bill duck vide. Who's at up find funny. They're all your complained about the size of league. It takes advantage but all but then ever the event typical konczal which adds cookie jar enough snapping. You'll handle medical. Evidently he doesn't even know the argument. Man you gotta go watch. Maybe the interview with me and charles in october two thousand nineteen when i tell charl ben evita's and his father wants to fight him okay and i tell them you ain't got no other fight. I tell them in two thousand nineteen which are going to keep waiting for kanalelo is you're going to. I told him in two thousand nine hundred. Or you're gonna fi- andrei go. Listen to the interview so in the very same interview. I said this is a perfect for you to make your own lane. So ain't nobody telling. Charlie do nothing. He ain't got nothing so we try to offer him some things and when we offered to him in two thousand nine hundred eleven. Evita's words a champion pancakes. The problem is took twenty four months for him to start talking about something that we talked about. Twenty four months ago but about that yang. Say nothing about that now. He ain't got no bell when he had a belt wasn't his saying but he lost that bill but but but francis you remember this you remember this when benefit has lost that bell. I bet you. A lot of these same people came out the woodwork. Saying oh where was charles. Where was where was cannella. When benn evita's ed bill that bill out of some vitas bell he magically want that bell. Oh you want to fight vitas. What about follow. now ain't the same wash. it ain't too -sane you. Mother fuckers niagara falls man buffalo. What up up okay. With some francis was good Moore's house ness aiming so way. Which is what are you talking about. I'm sorry i got on the on the call you talking about chance. Carver's saying canelo avoided Android and black fighters give him most problems. Oh no i mean as for by friday's in the past. I mean i don't know i really don't write the race stuff. We start pending each other against each other. I just like boxing. You know You know knows prayers and over. We see would he do and one sixty eight. I don't know. I mean other than what you saying earlier. In the show like the flowers franchise and all that you know. That's the only thing i didn't like but you know i don't know i don't relate so jays like this you know 'cause i don't feel that tape away. Maybe i don't really think he is. He's a bad boy so we just have to sudi. Do i don't know. I don't know man all like come which i hate the man but they don't wanna make it about that the schools because canola love hook to the body to serious public service nas public service announcements woman yourself man whether you're on patriots on. Are you on youtube membership. You know what i'm saying. We appreciate you so very much. We thank you very much for joining everything that we got over here. Tv boers eleven. Watertown wisconsin june twelve. Get into bringing swank. Everybody going to be in the building. And you're not gonna wanna miss. We're going to have four to five hundred people indoor outdoor. You know what i'm saying we're gonna have tables. Have food or drinks have ring card girls. We're gonna probably have more house in the building. You know what i'm saying. He go- being the billion nonetheless. We got nasty. Know what i'm saying. A lot of people are going to be in the building. He's not gonna wanna miss this one. You're not gonna wanna miss this one. I'm a repeat again. You're not gonna wanna miss this one be. We're we'll be in the building. They will be livestreamed. All the fights all the events will yes. You will be caught on camera so dress up. Come out for you lady bringing whoever does come on by ticket have a great time. You know said we look forward to see. You watertown wisconsin. Yes i know but it's going to be a great time. Don't worry about that. Border wars eleven. Listen also get the thumbs. Up man is only hundred. Eighty-five get that number up up up helps you to know that saying appreciate what we're doing and why you had ness birthdays around the corner. We tried to get to that goal. Get the subscribe button. Jumping hit the bell icon. So you know that we in and bacon when we go live public servant public service announcement from the one and only francis you sir time zone to play with you bring in the mind loan. High yellow net. Can you hear me. You ever going on good show as usual back said a muscle. Pretend i don't necessarily agree with but on the statements. He's entitled to pay you. Though but in my opinion hit every year you could say this about black fighters black flag. You get everybody duck and everybody in this day and age boxing so k. just pinpoint another for. They are saying. And i was telling somebody i earlier today like boston has become one. Big jury we fantasize about al shit. And we we about this shit and then we wake up with nothing so I don't agree with but on the statement but he title his own to pay him. So that's all i really data say about a man. These motherfuckers duck. Not just canot know riders. But that's my call all right. All right We got some supercharge. The we get to riding a seven. Floyd was thirty. Seven cannella was the younger and bigger one hundred. That doesn't take away. From the fact that floyd was the favor people can allow will lose any still face them Are jones got his counterpunch. True sky her on says. Tell bene- vitas undisciplined. Come down a fight. Sure did we get see. Why pee on his counter punch that number seven number six did that. I got that one. Yes we got. We're going to coach. Myers what i could be wrong. You know what's going on main. Thank the honest man can probably got the best resume and boxing. Right now I dunno the trout fight man. I thought that was gonna be a tough fight for man. I thought trump was gonna beat him to be hundred honest Also thought laura's gonna beat him to be hundred percent on What about me whether you ain't pick may. Of course i did. what about. What about united unionized. Beat them I thought it was a fifty fifty five. What about anything jacobs. Who's going to beat them at that. I thought that was a fifty fifty five. Also thank you man. Thank you for being minus. Boxing fan and we just be boxing fans colors and races. None of that shit would matter man. That's me being honest. it's just not miss man. It's there's no that's not your opinion. That's what the general consensus staw in most of those fights men don't think can you say this real quick. I don't think charle is that slick black friday. I dunno i andre. The black sleep fighter. I don't see charles being in a black slick. I see andrade. And honestly i think another still beat charl anyway. But that's my car. I definitely as more slick. I think dry until until he beats the shit out liam williams cleanly right cleanly not sloppy isn't falling over. His punches isn't all widely he can't be slicking and fucking charleoi. Hell no did you see charleena. Derby shaneco five min- boy while he was just like amazing that he looked dealer. That was his best performance. Meant to me to me. That's me one of the best We're gonna go to who we got next got. I'm that guy. I'm the guy so you hate what you want to. When i say he was two weeks down its combat the hand in his only take part not as Big mac stand friday got to accept shot out. The king. nettle fell asleep. Woke up realize he's the face of boxing. Even though we fell to credit half article turn them months later at the clearly fail to drug tests. But now i really Charnel i wanna see. They've been evita as fight cello sitting on his as seen on his hands on twitter type in tweeden and got a lot of shit to save. Somebody calling it as i don shitty say and now he warned talk by week classes. I in a of In all this shit like that. I got on the losing cannella at this point and i got been evita as beaten. Shallow but canal donald. Duck this as some point and it seems like children will have the courage to get into rain and he don't want fighting the champions at one sixty two andreotti. Good the one that nobody knows. He's a bell. He don't wanna fight fleecy telling the truth man you know. Did you watch any a brand. Custer moore's now man you gotta watch you whole thing francis. I didn't get the whole thing watching him. Listen in that. Any brian custer. He takes the definition of a twin to a whole new meaning. I it really makes you understand. Those twins are connected like he literally is talking about andrei as he turns into djamil. Y'all got to watch it. He turns into jamila. He's like man you know. We spent money on training. Can you know we had a fight and news. I mean not me. My brother. And i'm like what the fuck he expressed that shit as if it was djamil and that's the problem. Right is like bro. Why are you holding so big of a grudge against Andrei for fucking up some negotiations because he chose to get a bigger check. The same ship people on canal for andrea. Don't get hate it. it was okay for andrea. Fuck up that charles fight and go get that disown money. I mean excuse me Roc nation money uh-huh we got some super coming. Oh yeah ooh. Ooh william haney with a super chess. You feel lopez. Is that gas bill. Not short for billy. I mean williams. You know building bills is bill robert. I dunno as bill shortfall robert l. Bobby sheriff robert. Bobby robert bobby. So i thought william william can't be will you be bill because william is like with bill. Yeah just like charles chuck. But that's another story. William haney says team lopez duct. Evan haney for the real undisputed that guy to be. Bill need same energy with teal as was loma. A duck is a duck devin haney versus everybody waits haney for the real undisputed bill that we already we already expressed. That wasn't a duck over here on the box. You can't you can't have the balls to fight the man and then when you beat the man be expected to jump into whatever it is that everybody else wants you to do you. You should be given that grace period. And he's getting. He's facing his mandatory. Which isn't considered a evan. Haney to a female You know ryan got like you know. Cambozola is none of them do so. No one is expecting him to lose this fight so it's considered an easier fight after going through the tough fight in loma after this fight. Then he should be negotiating for another tough fight similar to like what canal did when he fought ga neither a tough fight right and then he went and took on in easier fi but then he turned around and unify with daniel in a tough fight. That's how you do. It is not tough. Tough tough tough all the time. That's too tough to tough to go to tough tough like that. You don't think is going to be Wrapped up and busy with all these court battles coming on after this cambozola court battles remember. This is a one off thriller won the rights to promote this one fight he still contracting the obligated to top brain. Yeah but os talking about you know going going trying to get out of that contract. Listen he probably gonna contact canelo lawyer to think another will be back in six months and he was rocking and rolling after one hundred fifty days. Sound like that. My man was back rocking roller rio. Katya a super chat that says to kinda punch for j mag before you do that. Lv smuggled a super chat that says if andre can look good against liam williams he needs to ask for that unification with murata brings him closer to a big fight with charlotte and canal. Do you guys agree. Wins is liam williams fight unification with murata morada morada with top grant. Man and bob eddie. Right now win busy and nothing. Nothing about them playing nice in the media since that a purse bid go right after charl after this waves fight go right after eddie will spend that chair let me go to counterpunch to them for j matt hold on a second now. I'm about to say something but the thing is people go ahead. So don't go to go to jimmy. Carter jimmy j. shutout the katie. Dr remember them numbers I was saying man out to the face of boxing even though he fell to drug tests. And y'all make excuse would and saying he was cleared when he clearly set out in surges suspension. When you're guilty of something you gotta bring up something that flow was never charged with inspect lesion in all only so and speculating that it was illegal but when it was proven to be Not true you guys still using the argument My heated most. Smoke is for us shallow. The guy who find one six haven't done shit. We got the nerve to be sitting around here running around and talking about. He ain't got nobody fight no fight he being duct but whatever haney. Nah negative haney is being avoided. You are sitting at one six. Ain't doing shit inheriting your brother beef from over six seven years ago and don't want to get in the ring and fighting championship champions. I want sixty so been evita's don't make sense because ain't got no belt. You can fight the champion on friday and on dry to be your biggest win all you lose. What have you like. i'm sure you will. That's probably why you won't find them. I know dr that bring up. They get energy from a dry so that. Tell me a little deeper. I don't know if it's straight up. They really mad or just fear. And charlie never say you ain't got no one interview. When he oversee he wanted to fight and dry but he didn't got viewed as on his ass runnin. His mouth type and token shish break the man nick. He said today though he'd said today or yesterday on on. Brian custer like at the end again at the end is where he shows. You know like. Oh i want to fight this. Do this do this. Do i really want to this. Do but god bill at with bill. That guy did what to me saying for. The chad is saying the chad. Seen you know no haney got willie not as man like i don't see i'm move on real quick but they bring it up and it's like what i'm just looking at. What really. But that's what i'm saying. Everything is open for interpretation so if cannella stuck in you know Charle than than to some you know haney stuck in But we go into james on skype would do james james. You know i never. I never know. Should i saw your last name or not. You know what. I'm saying. I always don't come benitez school because i never know there's other james is out. It's like you know. I'm talking to you but what's wrong man. I'm good i'm good. I'm on the treadmill right now. But listen this good show but Yeah may how people going to say. That can duck in charleston. He does not a part of the plan right now. We're him to become undisputed went. Sixty eight charles. Not involved in the player. Shallow begley take advantage of that soft touch that he considered been evita's and probably get his ass whooped in that flight and just And just go ahead. Just go back to tweet tweet and again. I'm going to get back to my workout. Hey keep go work nece them. I actually bad work. I feel Fucking trying to take that compliment because he sent that supachai via cash apso. He even wants to get jerk for that man. He sent that longtime the first one was road under the roads. Undisputed doesn't include charleena which is true which is true. My man is set out to be undisputed sixty eight. Yep he got time to talk to nobody sixty and then he also says another one. That man bill bill to smart bill to smart. This told you francis. I'm coming form. That's what they shed. That ain't me the chancy yo. You know what. I'm saying that you're anyways. Yeah let's go with it. Say duck for tuna man. I said it you ready. Oh i brought it up. I'll stand on my ten. I'll stand on my ten. I'm cool with that. Gets out that you know. And then benitez came back on another one and said he said take the soft touch charles words or a soft touch charles words so yet but these. Let's see who's next we went to. Now it's up on brooklyn brooklyn brooklyn. What facet paula. Position like that. Then you know they'll get rid of boss show. Yeah we use four back force it. I'm a sake. Freedom brag man to man these black man peace tutor. Brachman listen to me. All these bribes to the chinese joint nominee which voted get dogs on the noodles to rise in guess messina window now the took with the duct shores. Maybe party talking football at the. Let's let's let. Let's get the fight swing. Nobody will give a fuck. What do for the day because if you will now black in a rice got. The token black may clear if he could narrow before he he kind of black the black. We'll be doing a yot not disservice to welcome the you ness out smith. Why are you talking about delia. White but another brace silly white perfecting me. Four days. Away home dose. Don't send me a bringing back bringing back real quick. I want to know when you get in the border. Wars man dot ca. You wanna get into border you. You bring up controversy to manage to get controversy. You want it schedule man you off to get it back me. You got so no rights staying this me. Don't be renewed fix present all of us to have a call. Everyone loves you. That's not hurt. Lou saying the fixes in little butthurt happens. Tbb family was going on ohio. Let me start araj. Little one crying. I don't want to interrupt the show I let me say this anti professional fighter. I don't care earl. Spins tariffs but crawford or any. We don't want charleena show of y'all wanna crown if y'all let s deter you incoming only shows fuck you will want to hear you know what i'm saying like that's some bitch shit like you don't wanna come because you've got issue with nest not coming on the show for you coming for the people who support you buy you'll pay per views. You'll member billy and all that other stuff you got nigga today mac going hard for but you'll wanna come on because a nasty but she'll trainer will come on and take off smoke dog so if y'all don't wanna come on the show because y'all agreement with nasa we want to hear with that being said i just think what bus obviously is corny. Because when you look at his resume one could question how many black fighters he has fought in. How many black fattest he has given paydays to and the reality is it. Sound like some heinous shit from tarrant crawford in regard to the black fire thing because bro you do not draw if you were making thirty two million to fight you. Think sean puerto would care about his twenty five percent. Mando you think earl would be trip and right now you were making that kind of money. No i said this months ago crawford is not a money fight. He's not a money. Draw is a legacy fight and that's cool. That's cool but like i. That was week on his part to comment on that win. Like you said you you calling the kettle black. You know what i'm saying. You don rocks so i. I think that was some some some corning. This and i don't even know where it came. But we've got bill haney on notice. You ain't thought a camera man. S very hold on. Hold on i gotta this for you. Suprachiasmatic jones straw man. That's and buy your own logic. You a duck laugher allowed. Yeah that's what i'm saying. Not by my logic by cyp's logic. I made that clear by ps logic. I'm bill was going on. Bill i mean francis. I'm ashamed you today. And i'm trying to support you know what i mean. I'm sitting in super chats. You know what i mean. Y'all question whether or not it's me support healthy you know we. We had to figure it out. Well list when you got the best fighter in the world skill for skill you know what i mean you can only you can say and hanging bursts everybody you know what i mean When we talk about tipping or lopez see now. I was which you mass. I'm trying to ride to shoot. Let me just say no when you just said you said the grace what you say what you said he has the he got that one fight grace period many for democracy man. Listen listen with the pandemic and what the peop- was paying for. You know what i'm saying. This money is hard jobs. You know what. I mean top around here telling these fighters getting dollars that you get some grace period. Use a duck talking about you. Want to wait a minute. Hold on these. Spiders isn't a one percent top. How many times did you two million dollars in one night you to me. This what percentile. Right they get a million dollars in one night. I would give buck if you got it. One night two nights three nights four. If you've got one time you better than ninety percent of the population and then you come on here and tell them that they need a grace period. You know grace period when you get and you and you should be happy. Turn your camera saw so they could see you win when i say this and it could see you better. You should be happy to see a female deal with the funky because now he raised your son's pay grade because now if i don't let me finish because you know i'm not lying. That is not worth what it was worth last month after. Te'o got paid all that money from trillo ain't worth the same no more. It costs more. It costs more. So he he. When you when you doing it and doing it for the people the money gonna come on. Come but that costs more now. Okay okay okay. Francis housing times as javier fortuna duck death and hanging when when when when the promoter came on here how many times people denied of fight. What how the phone talking about own. You don't say nuts now. Why wait you said wait. I on here. A rollout of i was trying to listen. I was trying to give calmly. I was sitting on the bed. And i was just sitting super chat or or whatever it is. I'm trying to donate right. I hear francis. And i hit with francis say but francis how many times have the people been denied the hardware fortuna and devin handy at least twice at least twice haiti's account no was not. Okay so what. I'm saying is this is. How many times has bill haney avoided to have earful tuna fe. Never one time. No one time you made a fifty thousand dollar bet. You said he was going to do everyday about again. That and then not certainly not as man one time i listen hold on hold on hold on when when he came on for tuna kenny moore and sampson came on had me and you already talked about the north like an egg. Heart was making absolutely but on this. Show you to- samson. I change it. We're gonna go to sam and well wait a minute. What you just said was a troop the first time the second time was alive. Because you just said you. Just say i'm just doing your words. You said the bill handy said he's gonna do everything this power to make an app but you also throw them. I could give you the mount the gamboa's guy. Listen i and i say if you fight him if the finds may we can give you the same amount if the fight could be made. And i'm gonna do everything in my power to make it happen right. Tried to make the fight. Happen to fight was already negotiated. Well wait a minute. Hold on okay. Somebody else had already generally well. Our fellow pole okay. Did you not agree. Did you not agree. How tune in worry lenora. It's the same. Kind of proponent lee over the opponent. Bill so bill bill he he's probably a better opponent like commercially list on paper again. He's a better opponent because he's a threesome champion asylum business one. Oh one this is one we want to keep the ship business and not personal right so. The fight was already negotiated. The good weather he came on and he said that he wants to fight. I said you know what ness a said this guy here. I'll do my best to try to make this thing happen right now. One eddie has given his work that he's going to work with coiling s. It was tomatoes tomatoes when it came to Hobby opportune right. I came back and said listen the better fight and chico. Guess what you said you said. Oh yeah that would be a better fighting. So i did. Lying sent him offer. You sent me to late. Not listen let me and also you also sent to number two f. cleanness who he said talked to manager right and his manager said talked. To bob and bobbie. I'm saying it's not happening. But he still hanging off haney saying he puts an offer listen. Listen don't matter what bob say. No matter what biotech offer in order to maybe bob. Listen no no no. No no no note. Bob said listen. This will bob said and he went on record as saying this is finished this fight here and come over as independent. We said this now. This is bobby. I'm talking we said. Why would we have to if every fight is being negotiated why we then have to go to another network while we have to come over there when you negotiate a so. Many fights negotiated corolla. You negotiate a ramirez. You negotiate it. I meet so many fights right so that. Let me know that bob. Arum doesn't have the confidence and putting their tippy mo- lopez or longer ching-kuo. Now that means that he has to go to bat ear. Because either told him what bobby said i told you what is claiming to say. Now you keep hearing from the fighter right because the fighter nose. Guess what he ain't to get put in there so he can say whatever you want to say but guess what. guess what. It was another good young brother whether dot call nephew of mine. The works with a good friend and mentor. J prints does over there. they'll said intercourse. Stevenson said come on down longer chico. Now john i say about that. So that's on the same side of the street. A duck is a duck man. We don't need to keep going back and forth so with all this other so let's get to the to the meat and potatoes you exit by by taking his disney. Not as it. I'm telling you shouldn't take right. You now force in ninety days later. Fight javier. So what you're gonna do. He'll say he ready. You'll take say ready. Which i do mad listening open. No no no no no not you not let me says. Only the question answer. I'm gonna answer. Are you not going petition. To marie and say marie show. He's the franchise shave. He wants to fight us before. Undisputed allow us to fight to you and we'll fight hobby and later. No we're going to. We're going to pick the money up. We're gonna go to the bank man. We be in this we in the czech castle. It is no problem. Listen what i'm telling. You is what i'm telling you what i'm telling you. This is this just like francis it. We were willing to fight happier for tuna for for less money than we pay right. So listen let me just say no. Let me just take right. But bob arum said bob arum said norris or hate the norris was opponent that fit the description of what he wanted and the tip molo lopez spy which we know. That could be bullshit right. He said when the opportunity came up he says. I'll have the opportunity. That's not a good fight us. Nobody that does approve nothing but