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U.K. Authorizes Emergency Use of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine
"Presented by the salvation army in a year with fewer red. Kettles helped rescue christmas for the most vulnerable to give ask your smart speaker to make a donation to the salvation army or donate at salvation army. Usa dot org uk authorizes insurgency use of pfizer bio intech covid nineteen vaccine by lauren near guard. Pfizer and bio. Intech say. They've won permission wednesday for emergency use of their covid nineteen vaccine in britain. The world's first corona virus shot that's backed by rigorous science and a major step toward eventually ending the pandemic. the move makes britain one of the first countries to begin vaccinating. Its population as it tries to curb. Europe's deadliest covid nineteen outbreak. Other countries aren't far behind the us. And the european union also are vetting. The pfizer shot along with a similar vaccine made by competitor. Moderna inc pfizer said it would immediately begin shipping limited supplies to the uk and has been gearing up for even wider distribution if given a similar nod by the us food and drug administration. A decision expected as early as next week but doses everywhere are scarce and initial. Supplies will be rationed until more is manufactured in the first several months of next year visor. Co albert birla called the uk decision. A moment we are focusing on moving with the same level of urgency to safely supply. A high quality vaccine around the world bore said in a statement while the uk has altered enough pfizer vaccine for twenty million people. It's not clear. How many will arrive. By year's end. And adding to the distribution challenges is that it must be stored at ultra cold temperatures two doses. Three weeks apart are required for protection first in line. The uk government says our frontline healthcare workers and nursing home residents followed by older adults british regulators. Also were considering. Another shot made by astrazeneca and oxford university but prime minister. Boris johnson has warned. We must i navigate a hard winter of restrictions to try to curb the virus until there's enough vaccine to go around. Every country has different rules determining when an experimental vaccine is safe and effective enough to use intense political pressure to be the first to roll out a rigorously. Scientifically tested shot colored the race in the us and britain even as researchers pledged to cut no corners and contrast china and russia have offered different vaccinations to their citizens ahead of late. Stage testing the shots made by us based pfizer and its german partner bio intech were tested in tens of thousands of people and while that study isn't complete early results suggest. The vaccine is ninety five percent effective at preventing mild to severe covid nineteen disease the company's told regulators that of the first one hundred seventy infections detected in study volunteers. Only eight were among people who'd received the actual vaccine and the rest had gotten a dummy shot. This is an extraordinarily strong protection. Dr uber sahin. A bio intex. Ceo recently told the associated press. The companies are reported. No serious side effects. Although vaccine recipients may experience temporary pain and flu-like reactions immediately after injections but experts caution that a vaccine cleared for emergency use is still experimental and the final testing must be completed still to be determined is whether the pfizer bio tech shots protect against people spreading the coronavirus without showing symptoms. Another question is how long protection lasts. The vaccine also has been tested in only a small number of children none younger than twelve. And there's no information on its effects in pregnant women.
Dallas Morning News 12/22/20
"Good morning it's tuesday december twenty second. I'm mary hildebrand. Here are the top stories from the dallas morning news presented by raytheon technologies are nearly two hundred thousand engineers. Researchers and people with purpose are building the future today. Were pushing the limits of known science to go deeper into space advanced aviation and build smarter defense systems that protect all of us here at home. That's the future of aerospace and defense learn more at rtx dot com. Expect plenty of sunshine today and breezy afternoon with a high of seventy. Tonight will be partly cloudy. Breezy and mild with a low of fifty eight. Our top story is elderly. Texans and those with serious health conditions such as diabetes cancer and heart disease will be next in line for the state's covid nineteen vaccine officials announced yesterday. It will likely be several weeks. However before the massive group of roughly eight million texans can receive their shots i. The state must offer the vaccine to an estimated one point nine million healthcare workers and long-term care residents who have top priority texas received. Its first doses last week which were distributed to hospitals where staff have been battling the epidemic since march with limited early supply of vaccines developed by pfizer inc and moderna inc states are being forced to prioritize. Who gets them i. Texas latest decisions strays from federal guidance. Approved sunday which recommended that people over age. Seventy five and essential workers like firefighters teachers and grocery store workers come next in the queue. The state instead is going to focus on people over age. Sixty five and texans over age sixteen with chronic medical conditions in other news an audit of dallas police overtime spending will be done next year to review funds paid over at least the last two years city auditor. Mark swan said yesterday that his office is aiming to have the review done by may or june. The audit was requested by mayor. Eric johnson earlier this month in response to some council members concerns about overspending during budget discussions in september. The police department went about four point. Five million dollars over its twenty six point five million dollar overtime budget. Last fiscal year the overtime budget was proposed to be twenty four million dollars for the new fiscal year that began in october. But the city council approved about seventeen million dollars. Police have spent about four point. Three million dollars of that as of december according to the mayor's office in business news american plans to start bringing back furloughed workers as soon as the new nine hundred billion dollar economic relief. Package is signed into law with plans to get checks to workers by christmas eve. The final details of the covid nineteen pandemic economic relief. Package were released yesterday after. Lawmakers came to an agreement following months of wrangling over the size and scope of the bill. That would not only send fifteen billion dollars to airlines for payroll support but provide direct payments to americans extend unemployment benefits and give more to battered small businesses. American airlines ceo. Doug parker said in a social media message yesterday once this becomes law we will be recalling all of our furloughed team. Members and restoring pay and benefits retroactive to december first and finally congress's agreement on a second stimulus package comes at a time when many texas restaurants are on the verge of financial collapse amid the pandemic for many restaurants that have managed to stay open. The small business aid could be a saving grace but help maybe coming too late for others. Restaurants really got a nod in this. Bill said emily williams night. Ceo of the texas restaurant association. They combine three and a half times their monthly payroll whereas other businesses will only be able to borrow two and a half times their payroll. The thought was to really get through these winter months for restaurants across the us to read the full story go to dallas news dot com the dallas morning news rewards program is proud to bring you for more information and upcoming events. Please visit reward start. Dallas news dot com for more on these stories and for the latest breaking news visit. Dallas news dot com. Thanks and enjoy your day.
Second COVID-19 Vaccine Authorized in U.S. Preparing to Ship Out
"Brought to you by audible. Second covid nineteen vaccine authorized in the us preparing to ship out by the associated. Press workers on sunday began. Packaging shipments of the second covid nineteen vaccine authorized in the us a desperately needed boost to efforts to bring the corona virus pandemic under control employees at a factory in the memphis area. Were boxing up. The vaccine developed by moderna and the national institutes of health. The much needed shots are expected to be given starting monday. Just three days after the food and drug administration authorized their emergency out later sunday. An expert committee will debate. Who should be next in line for early. Doses of the modern vaccine and a similar one from pfizer inc and germany's biotech pfizer. Shots were first shipped out a week ago and started being used the next day kicking off the nation's biggest vaccination drive public health experts. Say the shots and others in the pipeline are the only way to stop a virus that has been spreading wildly nationwide more than two hundred nineteen thousand people per day on average test positive for the virus. Which has killed more than three hundred fourteen thousand in the us. And nearly one point. Seven million worldwide the pfizer and madonna shots shift so far and going out over the next few weeks are nearly all going to healthcare workers and residents of long term care homes based on the advice of the advisory committee own initiation practices. That panel met sunday to debate. Who should get the doses available after those shots are given. There won't be enough shots for the general population until spring so doses will be rationed at least for the next several months. The panel members are leaning toward putting essential workers next in line because people like bus drivers grocery store clerks and others are the ones getting infected most often but other experts say people sixty five and older should be next along with people with certain medical conditions because those are the americans who are dying at the highest rates the expert panel's advice is almost always endorsed by the us centers for disease control and prevention. No matter what the cdc says there will be differences from state to state because their health departments have different ideas about who should be closer to the front of the line. Both the new moderna vaccine and the pfizer bio intech shot required doses. Several weeks apart. The second dose must be from the same company has the first both vaccines appeared safe and strongly protective enlarge. Still unfinished studies. Holiday season has arrived and the new audible. Plus catalogue gives you access to thousands of select audible. Originals audiobooks podcasts. And the new audible sleep collection. Whether you're looking to stay entertained or educated need a little laugh or a little help. Getting a good night's sleep audible has everything you need. All in one place visit audible dot com and for a limited time you can enjoy an audible plus membership for four ninety five a month for the first six months.
Wall Street Breakfast May 4: U.S.-China Tensions Resurface
"Welcome to ski health as Wall Street breakfast. Your daily source of Market News Analysis. Subscribe to this podcast on Apple podcasts. Gulag casts spotify stitcher. Good morning today is Monday may fourth and I'm your host. Steve Brown our top stories today. Us China tensions resurface US looking to rip supply chains from China and more pcs loans may be needed leading. Today's news escalating tensions between the world's two largest economies saw S. and P. Five hundred futures fall one percent to start the week while European stocks tumbled as investors returned from a May daybreak president trump said. China made a horrible mistake and the government was putting together a report that would be very conclusive while Warren Buffett tried to soothe never bet against America. Although he doesn't see any attractive investments meanwhile the weakest earning season in more than a decade continues with nearly a hundred and fifty companies in the S. and P. Five hundred expected to report quarterly results. This week and other news discussions over how to rip the supply chain from China. Include how we restructure supply chains to prevent something like this. The Corona virus economic fallout from ever happening again said Secretary of State Mike Pompeo after citing a significant amount of evidence that Cova nineteen emerged from a Chinese laboratory. Tax Incentives and potential restoring. Subsidies are among measures being considered to spur changes while the US is pushing to create an alliance of trusted partners dub the economic prosperity network. We've been working on reducing the reliance of our supply chains in China over the last few years but we are now turbo charging that initiative added Keith. Crack Undersecretary for Economic Growth Energy and the environment at the US State Department more PP loans may be needed. According to White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow said we waited a bit too long when the last tranche ran out. Let's not make the same mistake again. He's not in a rush to provide more funds to individuals however with one hundred seventy five million Americans having already received assistance either through direct payment or enhanced unemployment despite the interview on CNN state of the union host. Jake tapper also pointed out that one hundred seventy five billion of the second round of three hundred ten billion of PP loans have already been approved asked why he hasn't invested in any companies during the pandemic crisis like the company did during the financial crisis. Warren Buffett said we haven't seen anything attractive and the Fed did the right thing and very promptly in fact Berkshire hathaway sold six point. Five billion of equities in the month of April and offloaded. Its entire stake in all airlines. Held buffet still gave an upbeat assessment of the United States ability to withstand crises and said American magic will overcome corona virus uncertainty with a forecast of up to one hundred thousand corona virus deaths in the US. The medical community is watching three critical areas in its fight against Kobe. Nineteen testing treatments and a vaccine on Sunday roaches cove in nineteen antibody test and Gilead Experimental Drug Rim Desa Vir received emergency use authorization from the FDA while Moderna Inc a production deal for one billion experimental vaccine doses on Friday. Estimated Times for a vaccine are still murky with some singers solution by the end of the year while others say it cannot be reasonably expected until the end of twenty twenty one. Crude futures are off eight percent to start the week as oil executive see signs that fuel consumption is starting to recover but say it's likely to be a slow painful process. I believe we have seen the bottom said Marco Dunand co-founder of Mercury Energy Group. One of the five largest trading houses traders feel the recovery demand is likely to take more than a year before it reaches a pre pandemic rate of about one hundred million barrels per day. Though some say it may never reached those levels. They're probably couldn't be a better way to highlight demand for its product as Norway's PECs hip kicked off a virtual IPO road show amid the corona virus pandemic. The company competes with Zoom and blue jeans and says it's video conferencing software is used by the US military and the German government. Pecs ZIP has for example. Never met the two us-based cornerstone investors face-to-face. All interaction with them have been done by video said. Ceo POD SPHERE ASLI. Just two weeks after facebook shelled out five point seven billion for nearly ten percent stake in. Gio a subsidiary of Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries Silverlake announced. It would jump on the bandwagon. The private equity firm has stood heel to invest seven hundred fifty million in the telecom and technology giant valuing the at sixty five billion a twelve point five percent premium to the value implied by the Facebook Investment Gio owns a suite of diversified services including music streaming smartphones broadband on demand live. Tv and payments. It's the first major retailer to fall during the corona virus pandemic. But it's unlikely to be. The last. J. Crew has filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection as part of a financial reorganization. That will hand over control. Top creditors including Hedge Fund Anchorage capital by converting one point sixty five billion of its debt into equity. The company also plans to hold onto. It's made well brand. Which had considered spinning off into a public company. Uber is in the process of developing technology to detect if drivers are wearing masks or face coverings before they go online and start accepting trips and also looking into ways to hold the writers accountable according to CNN business while it didn't elaborate on how the technology would work uber already has a real time. Id check feature that periodically asks drivers to take selfies. The policy is expected to be rolled out in the coming weeks as the ridesharing giant comes to terms with new realities posed by the Kobe. Nineteen pandemic as twenty. Am today us. Futures crude oil and Bitcoin are all set to open in the red with gold slightly up on today's Economic Calendar Factory. Orders are out at ten. Am Eastern time. If you enjoyed today's podcast. Please be sure to rate and review it below. Your feedback is deeply appreciated. That concludes today's Wall Street. I thank you for listening for the best. Investment Analysis and news on the WEB DOT COM. 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Test Show 05-19-2020 00:00
"Napa Block party with three thousand people. President trump says great progress has been reported on an Experimental Virus Vaccine Cure and therapeutic drugs. Therapeutically cure is more important than maxine. Because it's a median. Stocks rallied on the news. I'm Jacky Quin Corona Virus Update. I'm Jacky Quin with an ABC News. Minute states continue to lift corona virus restrictions in Texas bars and even daycare centers can reopen and the governor says come Friday a long list of businesses can now reopen or expand capacity restaurants countless to China meanwhile thin air a major carrier between the European Union and China says it's adding flights and routes beginning in July but budget carrier allegiant. Air Says it's April. Traffic fell ninety seven percent with destinations. Like Las Vegas virtually closed. The Irish airline. Ryanair is cutting around three thousand jobs and looking at pulling out of a number of airports in Europe. I'm Jacky Quin. The stock market bounced back Monday with optimism about an economic recovery and a potential vaccine for the corona virus. Investors were lifted by news that Cambridge Massachusetts Company MODERNA INC was eighty to reduce an immune response in a small group of healthy volunteers. Who agreed to test an experimental Kovic nineteen vaccine? President trump also touted progress being made in finding a cure for the new corona virus and drugs to treat sick patients tremendously good positive information on therapeutics on cures and vaccines from some of the most respected companies. In the world companies are also reopening their doors. Another good signed four stocks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained more than nine hundred points up nearly four percent the S. and P. Five hundred was up ninety points while the Nasdaq rose. Two point four percent. I'm Jacky Quin. Ignore the president of the United States. That is the message of Fox. News host is passing onto his viewers. Don't do as he says or as he does Fox. News Channel Anchor Neil. Cavuto was telling his audience not to follow president. Trump's example in taking a malaria drug to protect against the corona virus during his show. Vito said it was stunning. Trump acknowledged that he had been taking the drug eyedrops a chloroquine for the past week and a half toward of covert nineteen disease that is caused by the new corona virus. Both the president some Fox News host have touted the drug as a potential treatment but the federal government has worn but the drought could have serious side effects including death. Kavita says he's not trying to make a political point but a life and death point adding the viewers in his words should be very very careful about following trump's acceptable. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel. Thank you for listening to the. Ap Radio Network. Did you know that you can purchase prints of AP's photography for your personal or small business use every day? A piece photographers capture. Incredible images from all around the world there on the scene of wars and Conflict Concerts Movie Premieres Championship Games and parades you can browse. Ap IMAGES DOT COM to find iconic photos to display your Home Office restaurant or to give to friends and colleagues for more information visit eight atheist DOT COM ABC News. I'm Jacky Quin health experts. Say They'll monitor the corona virus infection rates around the country as most states begin opening. Backup for business. Even California's governor's announcing restrictions can be lifted Gavin. Newsom says he's modifying the criteria that will allow counties to begin allowing dining in restaurants and some other services. Roughly fifty three of the fifty eight counties would be eligible counties must happen no more than twenty five cases per one hundred thousand residents or no higher than eight percent positive rate. Newsom suggests that professional sports might begin in June without spectators and the reopening of churches could begin within weeks. I'm Jennifer King. The Governor of Texas is allowing daycare centers. To in Michigan auto workers returned to factories. There are encouraging results in a vaccine being tested our Shelley Adler reports the vaccine generated. Antibodies similar to those seen in people who have recovered from Cova Nineteen and study volunteers. Were given either a low or medium dose. The company says the vaccine seems safe so far adding a high dose version is being dropped after spurring some short term side effects. President trump says. He's been taking hydroxy chloroquine. The Anti Malaria drug that was dropped in several tests because it caused serious side effects and even death in some corona virus patience. I've taken it for about a week and a half now and I'm still here. Disneyworld will allow some restaurants and shops to open later this week. But it's posting a warning on its website. Despite enhanced safety measures. They're still an inherent risk of exposure to Kobe. Nineteen the first name. Tropical storm of the season Arthur's moved out to sea after dumping heavy rain North Carolina. It's expected to continue whipping up. Dangerous Surf conditions along the East Coast. Stocks rallied today. The Dow was up nearly four percent. This is AP news in Georgia and outside judge has been named to preside over the shooting death case of Jogger Ahmad Arboretum. A judge from outside the legal district will preside over the trial of two white men accused of murder in the fatal shooting of a Black Man in Georgia superior. Court Judge Timothy Are Walmsley. Who's based seventy miles away in Savannah will preside over trial proceedings in Brunswick Sixty four year? Old Gregory McMichael and his thirty four year old son. Travis are jailed and charged with felony murder and aggravated assault in the fatal shooting of a MoD armory on February twenty third. The elder McMichael is a retired investigator for the local district attorney. Mike Rossio Federal authorities are urging governor sees extreme caution in deciding to resume visits at nursing homes. They say it shouldn't come before. All the residents and staff have tested negative for the Corona Virus for at least twenty eight days. I'm Jacky Quin. Ap News ABC News. I'm Jacky Quin health experts. Say They'll monitor the corona virus infection rates around the country as most states begin opening. Backup for business. Even California's governor's announcing restrictions can be lifted Gavin. Newsom says he's modifying the criteria that will allow counties to begin allowing dining in restaurants and some other services. Roughly fifty three of the fifty eight counties would be eligible counties must have no more than twenty five cases per one hundred thousand residents or no higher than an eight percent positive rate. Newsom suggest that professional sports might begin. In June without spectators and reopening of churches could begin within weeks. I'm Jennifer King. The Governor of Texas is allowing daycare centers to open in Michigan. Auto workers returned to factories. There are encouraging results on a vaccine being tested our Shelley Adler reports vaccine generated Atta body similar to those seen in people who have recovered from Kovic Nineteen in study volunteers. Who were given either a low or medium dose? The company says the vaccine seems safe so far. Adding a high dose version is being dropped after spurring some short term side effects. President trump says he's been taking hydroxy chloroquine. The Anti Malaria drug that was dropped in several tests because it caused serious side effects and even death in some corona virus patients. I've taken it for about a week and a half now and I'm still here. Disneyworld will allow some restaurants and shops to open later this week. But it's posting a warning on its website. Despite enhanced safety measures. They're still an inherent risk of exposure to Kovic nineteen. The first name tropical storm of the season moved out to sea. After Dumping Heavy Rain North Carolina. It's expected to continue whipping up. Dangerous Surf conditions along the East Coast. Stocks rallied today. The Dow was up nearly four percent. This is ABC News. In Georgia and outside judge has been named to preside over the shooting death case of Jogger Ahmad armory a judge from outside the legal district will preside over the trial of two white men accused of murder in the fatal shooting of a Black Man in Georgia superior. Court Judge Timothy Are Walmsley. Who's based seventy miles away in Savannah will preside over trial proceedings in Brunswick Sixty four year? Old Gregory McMichael and his thirty four year old son. Travis are jailed and charged with felony murder and aggravated assault in the fatal shooting of a MoD arbitrary on February twenty third. The elder McMichael is a retired investigator for the local district attorney. Mike Rossier federal authorities are urging governor sees extreme caution in deciding when to resume visits at nursing homes. They say it shouldn't come before. All the residents and staff have tested negative for the Corona Virus for at least twenty eight days. I'm Jacky Quin. Abc News Corona Virus Update. I'm Jacky Quin with an. Ap News Minute States continue to lift corona virus restrictions in Texas bars and even daycare centers can reopen and the governor says come Friday. A long list of businesses can now reopen or expand capacity. Restaurants California's governor's allowing fifty three counties to start easing restrictions. The same for Michigan's upper peninsula. Still health officials. Say They worry that people will forget all about social distancing over the Memorial Day holiday in Orlando objects were thrown at police raking up a block? Party with three thousand people. President trump says great progress has been reported on an Experimental Virus Vaccine Cure and therapeutic drugs. Therapeutically cure is more important than maxine. Because it's a median. Stocks rallied on the news. I'm Jacky quin degenerated the kind of immune responses. That should be protective. But we can't really say that for sure. It's only been tried so far. Eight people really have the information on eight people about forty five people have received vaccine so far and there are some reassurance that at least in those people at seen safe. Thank you for listening to the. Ap Radio Network. Hey did you know that? He Associated Press produces news related books. Here's what's new enough coming first. Pet presidential dogs cats and other predators deadly force fatal confrontations with police the Hubble telescope a universe of new discovery and many more visit. Aarp DOT ORG slash books to purchase or visit Amazon Barnes and noble dot com or ibooks. Ap News I'm Jacky Quin health experts. Say They'll monitor the corona virus infection rates around the country as most states begin opening. Backup for business. Even California's governor's announcing restrictions can be lifted Gavin. Newsom says he's modifying the criteria that will allow counties to begin allowing dining in restaurants and some other services. Roughly fifty a three of the fifty eight counties would eligible counties must have no more than twenty five cases per one hundred thousand residents or no higher than an eight percent positive rate. Newsom suggests that professional sports might begin in June without spectators and the reopening of churches could begin within weeks. I'm Jennifer King. The Governor of Texas is allowing daycare centers to open in Michigan. Auto workers returned to factories. There are encouraging results. On a vaccine being tested our shelley Atler reports the vaccine generated Atta bodies similar to those seen in people who have recovered from Kovic nineteen instead of volunteers who were given either a low or medium dose. The company says the vaccine seems safe so far adding a high dose version is being dropped after spurring some short term side effects. President trump says he's been taking hydroxide chloroquine. The Anti Malaria drug that was dropped in several tests because it caused serious side effects and even death in some corona virus patients. I've taken it for about a week and a half now and I'm still here. Disneyworld will allow some restaurants and shops to open later this week. But it's posting a warning on its website. Despite enhanced safety measures. They're still an inherent risk of exposure to cove it. Nineteen the first name. Tropical storm of the season Arthur's moved out to sea after dumping heavy rain on North Carolina. It's to continue whipping up. Dangerous Surf conditions along the East Coast. Stocks rallied today. The Dow was up nearly four percent. This is ABC News. In Georgia and outside judge has been named to preside over the shooting death case of Jogger Ahmad Arbitrary. A judge from outside the legal district will preside over the trial of two white men accused of murder in the fatal shooting of a Black Man in Georgia superior. Court Judge Timothy Are Walmsley. Who's seventy miles away in Savannah will preside over trial proceedings in Brunswick Old Gregory McMichael and his thirty four year old son? Travis are jailed and charged with felony murder and aggravated assault in the fatal shooting of a MoD armory on February. Twenty third. The elder Michael is a retired investigator for the local district. Attorney I Mike. Rossier federal authorities are urging. Governor sees extreme caution in deciding to resume visits at nursing homes. They say it shouldn't come before. All the residents and staff have tested negative for the Corona Virus for at least twenty eight days. I'm Jacky Quin. Ap News and thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network for news on the go try the AP mobile APP get breaking us. International news from the world's most trusted news source plus stories more than eight hundred local media companies. Choose to see the content that interests you most whether it's sports scores. Entertainment highlights global news or the latest from your hometown. Ap mobile is available in English and Spanish and can be found on I o an ANDROID I. Mike Rossier reporting the University of Notre Dame plans to reopen August. The University of Notre Dame has announced it will reopen. Its campus to students on Monday. August tenth with social distancing a mask requirement testing and contact tracing to prevent the spread of cove in nineteen. The opening of the Notre Dame campus will be two weeks earlier than originally scheduled and university president. The Reverend John Jenkins says there will not be a fall break and the semester will end before Thanksgiving there was no announcement about athletics including the school's storied football program. Notre Dame sent students home in mid March because of the pandemic I Mike Rossio Walt. Disneyworld getting ready to reopen some parts of its entertainment complex. While posting a health warning to its guests Disney Springs the entertainment and shopping center adjacent to the theme. Park is starting a phased reopening Wednesday. The complex which used to be called downtown. Disney is going to allow some third party shops and restaurants to open. But it's website says even with enhanced safety measures an inherent risk of exposure to Cova nineteen exists in any public place and it says by visiting Disney Springs. You voluntarily assumed all risks related to exposure. The website says all visitors and workers will have to wear a mask and undergo a temperature check last week. Universal Orlando opened about a half dozen shops and eateries. I'm Jacky Quin. Delta Airlines says it plans to restart services to several of its destinations in June adding more flights in Atlanta and New York and Delta says if the Chinese government permits it plans to add service to China meanwhile thin air a major carrier between the European Union and China says it's adding flights and routes beginning in July but budget carrier allegiant. Air Says it's April. Traffic fell ninety seven percent destinations. Like Las Vegas virtually closed. The Irish airline Ryanair is cutting around three thousand jobs and looking at pulling out of a number of airports in Europe. I'm Jacky Quin. Thank you for listening to the radio network. Hey did you know that Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new and upcoming. I PAT presidential dogs. Cats and other critters deadly force fatal confrontations with police the Hubble telescope a universe of new discovery and many more visit AARP dot org slash books to purchase or visit Amazon Barnes and noble dot com or ibooks Corona virus update. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. State continue to lift corona virus restrictions in Texas bars and even daycare centers can reopen and the governor says come Friday a long list. Businesses can now reopen or expand capacity. Restaurants California's governor's fifty three counties to start easing restrictions. The same for Michigan's upper peninsula. Still health officials. Say They worry that people will forget all about social distancing over the Memorial Day holiday in Orlando objects were thrown at police raking up a block? Party with three thousand people. President trump says great progress has been reported on an Experimental Virus Vaccine Cure and therapeutic drugs. Therapeutically and cure is more important than maxine. Because it's a median. Stocks rallied on the news. I'm Jacky Quin a major. Us Airlines says it's getting ready to resume more of its domestic and international routes Delta Airlines. Says it plans to restart service to several of its destinations. In June adding more flights in Atlanta and New York and Delta says if the Chinese government permits it plans to add service to China. Meanwhile thin air a major carrier between the European Union and China says it's adding flights and routes beginning in July but budget carrier allegiant. Air Says it's April. Traffic fell ninety seven percent with destinations. Like Las Vegas virtually closed. The Irish airline. Ryanair is cutting around three thousand jobs and looking at pulling out of a number of airports in Europe. I'm Jacky Quin. The stock market bounced back Monday with optimism about an economic recovery and a potential vaccine for the corona virus investors were lifted by news that at Cambridge Massachusetts Company MODERNA INC was eight to produce an immune response in a small group of healthy volunteers. Who Agree to test an experimental Cova nineteen back. Seen President troubles touted progress being made in finding a cure for the new corona virus and drugs to treat. Sick patients tremendously good positive information on Therapeutics on cures and on vaccines from some of the most respected companies in the world companies are also reopening their doors. Another good sign four stocks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained more than nine hundred points up nearly four percent the S. and P. Five hundred was up ninety points while the Nasdaq rose. Two point four percent. I'm Jacky Quin. Ignore the president of the United States. That is the message of Fox. News host is passing onto his viewers. Don't do as he says or as he does Fox. News Channel Anchor Neil. Cavuto is telling his audience not to follow president. Trump's example in taking malaria drugs to protect against the corona virus during his show computer said it was stunning. The trump acknowledged that he had been taking the drug. I dropped Sikora Quinn for the past week and a half to ward off. The nineteen disease is caused by the new corona virus. Both the president and some Fox News host have touted the drug as a potential treatment but the federal government has warned that the drug could have serious side effects including death. Kavita says he's not trying to make a political point but a life and death point adding the viewers in his words should be very very careful about following trump's example. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel. Thank you for listening to the. Ap Radio Network that you can purchase Prince of AP's photography for your personal or small business. Use every day piece photographers capture. Incredible images from all around the world there on the scene of wars and Conflict Concerts Movie Premieres Championship Games and parades you can browse AP images dot com to find iconic photos to display your Home Office restaurant or to give to friends and colleagues for more information visit eight minutes dot COM AP news. I'm Jacky Quin health experts. Say They'll monitor the corona virus infection rates around the country as most states begin opening. Backup for business. Even California's governor's announcing restrictions can be lifted Gavin. Newsom says he's modifying the criteria that will allow counties to begin allowing dining in restaurants and some other services. Roughly fifty three of the fifty eight counties would be eligible counties must have no more than twenty five cases per one hundred thousand residents or no higher than eight percent positive rate. Newsom suggests that professional sports might begin in June without spectators and the reopening of churches could begin within weeks. I'm Jennifer King. The Governor of Texas is allowing daycare centers to open in Michigan. Auto workers returned to factories. There are encouraging results. On a vaccine being tested our shelley Atler reports the vaccine generated antibody similar to those seen in people who have recovered from Kovic nineteen in study volunteers who were given either a low or medium dose. The company says the vaccine seems safe so far. Adding a high dose version is being dropped after spurring some short term side effects. President trump says he's been taking hydroxy chloroquine. The Anti Malaria drug that was dropped in several tests because it caused serious side effects and even death in some corona virus patients. I've taken it for about a week and a half now and I'm still here. Disneyworld will allow some restaurants and shops to open later this week. But it's posting a warning on its website. Despite enhanced safety measures. They're still an inherent risk of exposure to cove it. Nineteen the first name. Tropical storm of the season Arthur's moved out to sea. After dumping heavy rain. A North Carolina. It's expected to continue whipping up. Dangerous Surf conditions along the East Coast. Stocks rallied today. The Dow was up nearly four percent. This is ABC News. In Georgia and outside judge has been named to preside over the shooting death case of Jogger Ahmad Arbitrary. A judge from outside the legal district will preside over the trial of two white men accused of murder in the fatal shooting of a Black Man in Georgia superior. Court Judge Timothy Are Walmsley. Who's based seventy miles away in Savannah will preside over trial proceedings in Brunswick Sixty four year? Old Gregory McMichael and his thirty four year old son Travis are jailed and charged with felony murder and aggravated the salt in the fatal shooting of MoD rb on February twenty third. The elder Michael is a retired investigator for the local district. Attorney I Mike. Rossier federal authorities are urging. Governor sees extreme caution in deciding to resume visits at nursing homes. They say it shouldn't come before. All the residents and staff have tested negative for the Corona Virus for at least twenty eight days. I'm Jacky Quin. Ap News AP News. I'm Jacky Quin health experts. Say They'll monitor the corona virus infection rates around the country. Has Most states begin opening. Backup for business. Even California's governor's announcing restrictions can be lifted Gavin. Newsom says he's modifying the criteria that will allow counties to begin allowing dining in restaurants and some other services. Roughly fifty three of the fifty eight counties would be eligible counties must have no more than twenty five cases per one hundred thousand residents or no higher than eight percent positive rate. Newsom suggests that professional sports might begin in June without spectators and the reopening of churches could begin within weeks. I'm Jennifer King. The governor of Texas allowing daycare centers. To in Michigan auto workers returned to factories there are encouraging results vaccine being tested our Shelley Adler reports the vaccine generated. Atta body similar to those seen in people who have recovered from Cova Nineteen and study volunteers. Who were given either a low or medium dose? The company says the vaccine seemed safe so far. Adding a high dose version is being dropped after spurring some short term side effects. President trump says. He's been taking hydroxy chloroquine. The Anti Malaria drugs that was dropped in several tests because it caused serious side effects and even death in some corona virus patients. I've taken it for about a week and a half now and I'm still here. Disneyworld will allow some restaurants and shops to open later this week but it's posting a warning on its website despite enhance safety measures. They're still an inherent risk of exposure to in nineteen. The first name tropical storm of the season Arthur's moved out to sea after dumping heavy rain on. North Carolina is expected to continue whipping up dangerous surf conditions along the East Coast. Stocks rallied today. The Dow is up nearly four percent. This is ABC News. In Georgia and outside judge has been named to preside over the shooting death case of Jogger Ahmad Arbitrary. A judge from outside the legal district will preside over the trial of two white men accused of murder in the fatal shooting of a Black Man in Georgia superior. Court Judge Timothy Are Walmsley. Who's based it miles away in Savannah will preside over trial proceedings in Brunswick sixty-four-year-old Greg McMichael and his thirty. Four year. Old Son Travis are jailed and charged with felony murder aggravated assault in the fatal shooting of a MoD rb on February twenty third. The elder Michael is a retired investigator for the local district. Attorney I Mike. Rossier federal authorities are urging. Governor sees extreme caution in deciding when to resume visits at nursing homes. They say it shouldn't come before. All the residents and staff have tested negative for the Corona Virus for at least twenty eight days. I'm Jacky Quin. Ap News Corona Virus Update. I'm Jacky Quin with an. Ap News Minute States continue to lift corona virus restrictions in Texas bars and even daycare centers can reopen and the governor says come Friday. A long list of businesses can now reopen expand capacity restaurants. California's Governor's allowing fifty three counties to start easing restrictions. The same for Michigan's upper peninsula. Still health officials. Say They worry that people will forget all about social distancing over the Memorial Day holiday in Orlando objects were thrown at police raking up a block? Party with three thousand people. President trump says great progress has been reported on an Experimental Virus Vaccine Cure and therapeutic drugs. Therapeutically incur- cure is more important than maxine. Because it's a median. Stocks rallied on the news. I'm Jacky quin degenerated the kind of immune responses that should be protected. But we can't really say that for sure it's only been tried so far on eight people. We only have the information on eight people about forty. Five people have received vaccine so far and there some reassurance that at least in those people it seems say thank you for listening to the. Ap Radio Network. Hey did you know that the Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new enough coming. I PAT presidential dogs. Cats and other critters deadly force fatal confrontations with police the Hubble telescope a universe of new discovery and many more visit AP dot org slash books to purchase or visit Amazon Barnes and noble dot COM ibooks ABC News. I'm Jacky Quin health experts. Say They'll monitor the corona virus infection rates around the country as most states begin opening. Backup for business. Even California's governor's announcing restrictions can be lifted Gavin. Newsom says he's modifying the criteria that will allow counties to begin allowing dining in restaurants and some other services. Roughly fifty three of the fifty eight counties would be eligible counties must have no more than twenty five cases per one hundred thousand residents or no higher than an eight percent positive rate. Newsom suggest that professional sports might begin. In June without spectators and reopening of churches could begin within weeks. I'm Jennifer King. The Governor of Texas is allowing daycare centers to open in Michigan. Auto workers returned to factories. There are encouraging results on a vaccine being tested our Shelley Adler reports vaccine generated Atta body similar to those seen in people who have recovered from Cova Nineteen and study volunteers. Who were given either a low or medium dose? The company says the vaccine seem safe so far. Adding a high dose version is being dropped after spurring some short term side effects. President trump says he's been taking hydroxy chloroquine. The Anti Malaria drug that was dropped in several tests because it caused serious side effects and even death in some corona virus patients. I've taken it for about a week and a half now and I'm still here. Disneyworld will allow some restaurants and shops to open later this week. But it's posting a warning on its website. Despite enhanced safety measures. They're still an inherent risk of exposure to Cova nineteen. The first name tropical storm of the season Arthur's moved out to sea after dumping heavy rain. North Carolina. It's expected to continue whipping up dangerous surf conditions along the East Coast. Stocks rallied today. The Dow was up nearly four percent. This is ABC News. In Georgia and outside judge has been named to preside over the shooting death case of Jogger Ahmad armory a judge from outside the legal district will preside over the trial of two white men accused of murder in the fatal shooting of a Black Man in Georgia superior. Court Judge Timothy Are Walmsley who was based seventy miles away in Savannah will preside over trial proceedings in Brunswick sixty four year. Old Gregory McMichael and his thirty four year old son. Travis are jailed and charged with felony murder and aggravated assault in the fatal shooting of a MoD arbitrary on February twenty third. The elder McMichael is a retired investigator for the local district attorney. Mike Rossier federal authorities are urging governor to use extreme caution in deciding when to resume visits at nursing homes. They say it shouldn't come before. All residents and staff have tested negative for the Corona Virus for at least twenty eight days. I'm Jacky Quin. Abc News. Thank you for listening to the EP Radio Network for news on the go. Try the AP MOBILE APP get breaking us. International news from the world's most trusted news source plus stories from more than eight hundred local media companies. Choose to see the content that interests you most whether it's sports scores. Entertainment highlights global news or the latest from your hometown. Eighteen mobile is available in English and Spanish and can be found on. Irs An android. I Mike Rossier reporting the University of Notre Dame plans to reopen in August. The University of Notre Dame has announced it will reopen. Its campus to students on Monday. August tenth with social distancing a mask requirement testing and contact tracing to prevent the spread of cove in nineteen. The opening of the Notre Dame campus will be two weeks earlier than originally scheduled and university president. The Reverend John Jenkins says there will not be a fall break and the semester will end before Thanksgiving there was no announcement about athletics including the school's storied football program. Notre Dame sent students home in mid March because of the pandemic i Mike Ross You walt. Disney world's getting ready to reopen some parts of its entertainment complex while posting a health. Warning to its guests Disney Springs the entertainment and shopping center adjacent to the theme. Park is starting phased reopening Wednesday. The complex which used to be called downtown. Disney is going to allow third party shops and restaurants to open. But it's website says even with enhanced safety measures and inherent risk of exposure to Cova nineteen exists in any public place and it says by visiting Disney Springs. You voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure. The website says all visitors and workers will have to wear a mask and go a temperature check last week. Universal Orlando opened about a half dozen shops and eateries. I'm Jacky Quin. Delta Airlines says it plans to restart service to several of its destinations in June adding more flights in Atlanta and New York and Delta says if the Chinese government permits it plans to add service to China meanwhile fin error major carrier between the European Union and China says it's adding flights and routes beginning in July but budget carrier. Allegiant air says. It's April traffic fell ninety seven percent with destinations. Like Las Vegas virtually closed. The Irish airline Ryanair is cutting around three thousand jobs and looking at pulling out of a number of airports in Europe. I'm Jacky Quin. Thank you for listening to the. Ap Radio Network. Hey did you know that the Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new enough coming. I PAT presidential dogs. Cats and other critters headley force fatal confrontations police the Hubble telescope a universe of new discovery and many more visit AP dot org slash books to purchase or visit Amazon Barnes and noble dot com or ibooks Corona virus update. I'm Jacky Quin with. Ap News Minute States continue to lift corona virus restrictions in Texas bars and even daycare centers can reopen and the governor says come Friday. A long list of businesses can now reopened or expand capacity. Restaurants California's governor's allowing fifty three counties to start easing restrictions. The same for Michigan's upper peninsula. Still health officials. Say They worry that people will forget all about social distancing over the Memorial Day holiday in Orlando objects were thrown at police raking up a block? Party with three thousand people. President trump says great progress has been reported on an experimental virus. Vaccine a cure and therapeutic drugs therapeutically. Incur- is more important than maxine. Because it's a median. Stocks rallied on the news. I'm Jacky Quin a major. Us Airlines says it's getting ready to resume more of its domestic and international routes Delta Airlines. Says it plans to restart service to several of its destinations. In June adding more flights in Atlanta and New York and Delta says if the Chinese government permits it plans to add service to China. Meanwhile thin air a major carrier between the European Union and China says it's adding flights and routes beginning in July but budget carrier allegiant. Air Says it's April. Traffic fell ninety seven percent with destinations. Like Las Vegas virtually closed. The Irish airline Ryanair is cutting around three thousand jobs and looking at pulling out of a number of in Europe. I'm Jacky Quin. The stock market bounced back Monday with optimism about an economic recovery and a potential vaccine for the do corona virus investors were lifted by news that Cambridge Massachusetts Company Moderna Inc was able to reduce an immune response in a small group of healthy volunteers. Who Agree to test an experimental in nineteen back. Seen President troubles touted progress being made in finding a cure for the new corona virus and drugs to treat sick patients tremendously good positive information on therapeutics on cures and on vaccines has earned from some of the most respected companies in the world. Companies are also reopening their doors. Another good sign four stocks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained more than nine hundred points up nearly four percent the S. and P. Five hundred was up ninety points while the Nasdaq rose. Two point four percent. I'm Jacky Quin. Ignore the president of the United States. That is the message of Fox. News host is passing onto his viewers. Don't do as he says or as he does Fox. News Channel Anchor Neil. Cavuto was telling his audience not to follow president. Trump's example in taking malaria drug to protect against the corona virus during his show view said it was stunning tropic knowledge that he had been taking the drug. I dropped Sikora Quinn for the past week and a half toward of covert nineteen disease that is caused by the new corona virus. Both the president and some Fox News host have touted the drug as a potential treatment but the federal government has worn but the drug could have serious side effects including death. Kavita says he's not trying to make a political point but a life and death point adding the viewers in his words should be very very careful about following trump's example. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel. Thank you for listening to the. Ap Radio Network did you can purchase prints of AP's photography for your personal or small business use every day. A piece photographers capture. Incredible images from all around the world there on the scene of wars and Conflict Concerts Movie Premieres Championship Games and parades you can browse. Ap IMAGES DOT COM to find iconic photos to display in your Home Office restaurant or to give friends and colleagues for more information visit Etienne it is dot COM ABC News. I'm Jacky Quin health experts. Say They'll monitor the corona virus infection rates around the country. Has Most states begin opening. Backup for business. Even California's governor's announcing restrictions can be lifted Gavin. Newsom says he's modifying the criteria that will allow counties to begin allowing dining in restaurants and some other services. Roughly fifty three of the fifty eight counties would be eligible counties must have no more than twenty five cases per one hundred thousand residents or no higher than an eight percent positive rate. Newsom suggests that professional sports might begin in June without spectators and the reopening of churches could begin within weeks. I'm Jennifer King. The Governor of Texas is allowing daycare centers to open in Michigan. Auto workers returned to factories. There are encouraging results on a vaccine being tested our Shelley Adler reports the vaccine generated Atta body similar to those seen in people who have recovered from Cova Nineteen and study volunteers. Who were given either a low or medium dose? The company says the vaccine seems safe so far. Adding a high dose version is being dropped after spurring some short term side effects. President trump says he's been taking hydroxy chloroquine. The Anti Malaria drug that was dropped in several tests because it caused serious side effects and even death in some corona virus patients. I've taken it for about a week and a half now and I'm still here. Disneyworld will allow some restaurants and shops to open later this week. But it's posting a warning on its website. Despite enhanced safety measures. They're still an inherent risk of exposure to cove it. Nineteen the first name. Tropical storm of the season Arthur's moved out to sea. After Dumping Heavy Rain North Carolina. It's expected to continue whipping up. Dangerous Surf Conditions along the East Coast. Stocks rallied today. The Dow was up nearly four percent. This is ABC News. In Georgia and outside judge has been named to preside over the shooting. Death case of Jogger Ahmad. A judge from outside the legal district will preside over the trial of two white men accused of murder in the fatal shooting of a Black Man in Georgia superior. Court Judge Timothy Are Walmsley. Who's based seventy miles away in Savannah will preside over trial proceedings in Brunswick Sixty four year? Old Gregory McMichael and his thirty four year old son Travis are jailed and changed with felony murder and aggravated assault in the fatal shooting of a MoD arbitrary on February twenty third. The elder McMichael is a retired investigator for the local district attorney. I Mike Rossier. Federal authorities are urging. Governor sees extreme caution in deciding to resume visits at nursing homes. They say it shouldn't come before. All the residents and staff have tested negative for the Corona Virus for at least twenty eight days. I'm Jacky Quin News. Abc News I'm Jacky Quin health. Experts say they'll monitor the corona virus infection rates around the country as most states begin opening. Backup for business. Even California's governor's announcing restrictions can be lifted. Newsome says he's modifying the criteria that will allow counties to begin allowing dining in restaurants and some other services. Roughly fifty a three of the fifty eight counties would be eligible counties. Must have no more than twenty five cases per one hundred thousand residents or no higher than an eight percent positive rate. Newsom suggests that professional sports might begin. June without spectators and the reopening of churches could begin within weeks. I'm Jennifer King. The Governor of Texas is allowing daycare centers to open in Michigan. Auto workers returned to factories. There are encouraging results on a vaccine being tested our Shelley Adler reports the vaccine generated Atta body similar to those seen in people who have recovered from Kovic nineteen instead of volunteers who were given either a low or medium dose. The company says the vaccine seems safe so far. Adding a high dose version is being dropped after spurring some short term side effects. President trump says he's been taking hydroxide chloroquine. The Anti Malaria drug that was dropped in several tests because it caused serious side effects and even death in some corona virus patients. I've taken it for about a week and a half now and I'm still here. Disneyworld will allow some restaurants and shops to open later this week. But it's posting a warning on its website. Despite in hint safety measures. They're still an inherent risk of exposure to Cova nineteen. The first name tropical storm of the season Arthur's moved out to sea. After dumping heavy rain on North Carolina. It's expected to continue whipping up. Dangerous Surf Conditions along the East Coast. Stocks rallied today. The Dow was up nearly four percent. This is ABC News. In Georgia and outside judge has been named to preside over the shooting death case of Jogger Ahmad Arbitrary. A judge from outside the legal district will preside over the trial of two white men accused of murder in the fatal shooting of a Black Man in Georgia superior. Court Judge Timothy Are Walmsley. Who's based seventy miles away in Savannah will preside over trial proceedings in Brunswick Sixty four year? Old Gregory McMichael and his thirty four year old son. Travis are jailed and charged with felony murder and aggravated assault in the fatal shooting of a MoD armory on February twenty third. The elder McMichael is a retired investigator for the local district attorney. I Mike Rossier. Federal authorities are urging. Governor sees extreme caution in deciding to resume visits at nursing homes. They say shouldn't come before. All the residents and staff have tested negative for the Corona Virus for at least twenty eight days. I'm Jacky Quin. Ap News Corona Virus Update. I'm Jacky Quin with an. Ap News Minute States continue to lift corona virus restrictions in Texas bars and even daycare centers can reopen and the governor says come Friday. A long list of businesses can now reopened or expand capacity. Restaurants California's governor's allowing fifty three counties to start easing restrictions. The same for Michigan's upper peninsula. Still health officials. Say They worry that people will forget all about social distancing over the Memorial Day holiday in Orlando objects were thrown at police breaking up a block party with three thousand people? President trump says great progress has been reported on an experimental virus. Vaccine a cure and therapeutic drugs therapeutically. Incur- is more important than maxine. Because it's a median. Stocks rallied on the news. I'm Jacky QUIN DEGENERATED. The kind of immune response that should be protected. But we can't really say that for sure it's only been tried so far on eight people. We only have this information on eight people about forty five people have received vaccine so far. And there's some reassurance that at least in those people at seen safe thank you for listening to the radio network. Hey did you know that Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new enough coming first. Pet presidential dogs cats and other critters deadly force fatal confrontations with police the Hubble telescope a universe of new discovery and many more visit AP dot org slash books to purchase or visit Amazon Barnes and noble dot com or ibooks AP news. I'm Jacky Quin health experts. Say They'll monitor the corona virus infection rates around the country as most states begin opening. Backup for business. Even California's governor's announcing restrictions can be lifted Gavin. Newsom says he's modifying the criteria that will allow counties to begin allowing dining in restaurants and some other services. Roughly fifty three of the fifty eight counties would be eligible counties must have no more than twenty five cases per one hundred thousand residents or no higher than eight percent positive rate. Newsom suggests that professional sports might begin in June without spectators and the reopening of churches could begin within weeks. I'm Jennifer King. The Governor of Texas is allowing daycare centers to open in Michigan. Auto workers returned to factories. There are encouraging results vaccine being tested our Shelley Adler reports the vaccine generated. Atta body similar to those seen in people who have recovered from Cova Nineteen and study volunteers. Who were given either a low or medium dose? The company says the vaccine seems safe so far. Adding a high dose version is being dropped after spurring some short term side effects. President trump says he's been taking hydroxy chloride chloroquine. The Anti Malaria drug that was dropped in several tests because it caused serious side effects and even death in some corona virus patients. I've taken it for about a week and a half now and I'm still here. Disneyworld will allow some restaurants and shops to open later this week but it's posting a warning on its website despite enhance safety measures. They're still an inherent risk of exposure to covert nineteen. The first name tropical storm of the season Arthur's moved out to sea after dumping heavy rain. North Carolina. It's expected to continue whipping up dangerous surf conditions along the East Coast. Stocks rallied today. The Dow is up nearly four percent. This is ABC News in Georgia. An outside has been named to preside over the shooting. Death case of Jogger Ahmad Arbitrary. A judge from outside the district will preside over the trial of two white men accused of murder in the fatal shooting of a Black Man in Georgia superior. Court Judge Timothy Are Walmsley. Who's based seventy miles away in Savannah will preside over trial proceedings in Brunswick Sixty four year? Old Greg McMichael and his thirty four year old son Travis are jailed and charged with felony murder aggravated assault in the fatal shooting of a MoD armory on February twenty third. The elder Michael is a retired investigator for the local district. Attorney I Mike. Rossier federal authorities are urging. Governor sees extreme caution in deciding when to resume visits at nursing homes. They say it shouldn't come before. All the residents and staff have tested negative for the Corona Virus for at least twenty eight days. I'm Jacky Quin. Ap News. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network for news on the go. Try the AP MOBILE APP get breaking us. International news from the world's most trusted news source plus stories for more than eight hundred local media companies. Choose to see the content of interest to most whether it's sports scores. Entertainment highlights global news or the latest from your hometown. Ap mobile is available in English and Spanish and can be found on IOS and android. I Mike Rossier reporting the University of Notre Dame plans to reopen in August. The University of Notre Dame has announced it will reopen. Its campus to students on Monday. August tenth social distancing a mask requirement testing and contact tracing to prevent the spread of Cova Nineteen. The opening of the dame campus will be two weeks earlier than originally scheduled and university president. The Reverend John Jenkins says there will not be a fall break and the semester will end before Thanksgiving there was no announcement about athletics including the school's storied football program. Notre Dame sent students home in mid March because of the pandemic. I might cross you. Walt Disney world's getting ready to reopen some parts of its entertainment complex while posting a health. Warning to its guests. Disney springs the entertainment and shopping center adjacent to the theme. Park is starting a phased reopening Wednesday. The complex which used to be called downtown. Disney is going to allow some third party shops and restaurants to open. But it's website says even with enhanced safety measures and inherent risk of exposure to covert nineteen exists in any public place and it says by visiting Disney Springs. You voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure. The website says all visitors and workers will have to wear a mask and undergo a temperature check last week. Universal Orlando opened about a half dozen shops and eateries. I'm Jacky Quin. Delta Airlines says it plans to restart service to several of its destinations in June adding more flights in Atlanta and New York and Delta says if the Chinese government permits it plans to add service to China meanwhile thin air a major carrier between the European Union and China says it's adding flights and routes beginning in July but budget carrier allegiant. Air Says it's April. Traffic fell ninety seven percent with destinations. Like Las Vegas virtually closed. The Irish airline Ryanair is cutting around three thousand jobs and looking at pulling out of a number of airports in Europe. I'm Jacky Quin. Thank you for listening to the. Ap Radio Network. Hey did you know that Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new and upcoming. I PAT presidential dogs. Cats and other critters deadly force fatal confrontations with police the Hubble telescope a universe of new discovery and many more visit AP dot org slash books to purchase or visit Amazon Barnes and noble dot com or ibooks Corona virus update. I'm Jacky Quin with. Abc News Minute States continue lift corona virus restrictions in Texas bars and even daycare centers can reopen and the Governor says come Friday. A long list of businesses can now reopen or expand capacity restaurants. California's Governor's allowing fifty three counties to start easing restrictions. The same for Michigan's upper peninsula. Still health officials. Say They worry that people will forget all about social distancing over the Memorial Day holiday in Orlando objects were thrown at police raking up a block? Party with three thousand people. President trump says great progress has been reported on an Experimental Virus Vaccine Cure and therapeutic drugs therapeutically and cures more important than maxine. Because it's a median. Stocks rallied on the news. I'm Jacky Quin a major. Us Airlines says it's getting ready to resume more of its domestic and international routes Delta Airlines. Says it plans to restart service to several of its destinations. In June adding more flights in Atlanta and New York and Delta says if the Chinese government permits it plans to add service to China. Meanwhile thin air a major carrier between the European Union and China says it's adding flights and routes beginning in July but budget carrier allegiant. Air Says it's April. Traffic fell ninety seven percent. We've destinations like Las Vegas virtually closed. The Irish airline. Ryanair is cutting around three thousand jobs and looking at pulling out of a number of airports in Europe. I'm Jacky Quin. The stock market bounced back Monday with optimism about an economic recovery and potential vaccine for the corona virus. Investors were lifted by news that at Cambridge Massachusetts Company MODERNA INC was able to produce an immune response in a small group of healthy volunteers. Who agreed to test an experimental Kovic Nineteen back? Seen President trump touted progress being made in finding a cure for the new corona virus and drugs to treat sick patients tremendously good positive information on therapeutics on cures and vaccines from some of the most respected companies in the world companies are also their doors. Another good sign four stocks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained more than nine hundred points up nearly four percent the S. and P. Five hundred was up ninety points while the Nasdaq rose. Two point four percent. I'm Jacky Quin. Ignore the president of the United States. That is the message of Fox. News hosts is passing onto his viewers. Don't do as he says or as he does Fox. News Channel Anchor Neil. Cavuto was telling his audience not to follow president. Trump's example in taking a malaria drug to protect against the corona virus during his show computer said it was stunning. That trump acknowledged that he had been taking the drug. I dropped Sikora Quinn for the past week and a half toward of covert nineteen disease that is caused by the new corona virus. Both the president some Fox News host have touted the drug as a potential treatment but the federal government has worn but the drugs could have serious side effects including death. Kavita says he's not trying to make a political point but a life and death point adding the viewers in his words should be very very careful about following trump's sample. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel. Thank you for listening to the. Ap Radio Network. Did you know that you can purchase prints of AP's photography for your personal or small business use every day? A piece photographers capture. Incredible images from all around the world there on the scene of wars and Conflict Concerts Movie Premieres Championship Games and parades you can browse AP images dot com to find iconic photos to display in your Home Office restaurant or to give to friends and colleagues for more information visit eight minutes dot COM AP news. I'm Jacky Quin health experts. Say They'll monitor the corona virus infection rates around the country as most states begin opening. Backup for business. Even California's governor's announcing restrictions can be lifted Gavin. Newsom says he's modifying the criteria that will allow counties to begin allowing dining in restaurants and some other services. Roughly fifty three of the fifty eight counties would be eligible counties must have no more than twenty five cases per one hundred thousand residents or no higher than eight percent positive rate. Newsom suggests that professional sports might begin in June without spectators and the reopening of churches could begin within weeks. I'm Jennifer King. The Governor of Texas is allowing daycare centers to open in Michigan. Auto workers returned to factories. There are encouraging results on a vaccine being tested our Shelley Adler reports the vaccine generated antibody similar to those seen in people who have recovered from Cova nineteen in study. Volunteers were given either a low or medium dose. The company says the vaccine seems safe so far. Adding a high dose version is being dropped after spurring some short term side effects. President trump says he's been taking hydroxy chloroquine. The Anti Malaria drug that was dropped in several tests because it caused serious side effects and even death in some corona virus patients. I've taken it for about a week and a half now and I'm still here. Disneyworld will allow some restaurants and shops to open later this week but it's posting warning on its website. Despite enhanced safety measures they're still an inherent risk of exposure to covert nineteen. The first name tropical storm of the season Arthur's moved out to sea. After Dumping Heavy Rain North Carolina. It's expected to continue whipping up. Dangerous Surf conditions along the East Coast. Stocks rallied today. The Dow was up nearly four percent. This is ABC News.
The Antidote To The Pandemic Of Panic
"Setting the pursuit of happiness. These these the Ken Coleman show. You discover what you were born to do and how to make it happen now. Helping you get unstuck path to your dream job. Ken Coleman coming to you. Live from Ramsey studios in Nashville. You're joining a conversation about who you are what you were created to do where you want to do it and how you can get there. It's all about you because you were created to fill unique role that means you're needed and you must do it by the way. The Corona virus crisis doesn't change anything. So let me just say that again because I want to remind you folks at the risk of being obnoxious and by the way won't be the first time I've ever been obnoxious and certainly not the last so welcome to the. Ken Is Obnoxious Club. You created to fill a unique role you are needed. You must do it cell of you now more than ever are needed in your professional role but can I expand that statement for just a moment. Eight four seven four seven two five seven seven. We'll get to your calls shortly. You're created AFFIL- unique role. You are needed. You must do it. Let's look at the non-professional role just for a moment. I know this show is about working on purpose. And and and and make a difference in your professional life but I also talk about your personal mission as well in fact. I'm here to help you. Connect your personal mission to your professional vision. That's what I'm here for. But let's talk just for a moment about our roles as human beads. So let's let's put aside the professional role. And what is our personal role right now. We have got to unite for the purposes of encouraging for the purposes of equipping and even for the purposes of entertaining each other if we can get our collective perspective under control. I'm going to be on Dave Ramsey. Show a little bit later today. I'm going to talk about this. Everybody's freaking out about the pandemic. I'm freaking out about perspective and we have got to address this with each other. I just want you to consider this and I'm going to move on. How can you inject some positive perspective into our everyday lives? And I'm talking every hour on the hour. What can you do? Don't underestimate what I'm saying. I didn't just give you some pollyanna positively Gobbledegook. I'm saying you are as influential as the drudge report. There it is. I said it by the way I wish I could get a hold of that clown right now. He is responsible for as much panic as anybody else on the planet. I'm just going to say it. I'm tired of it. He is pandering in panic. And so is the media back to the real reason I do the show helping you. People think forward and think about the future because the future is bright. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. Let's go to Rosa. Who JOINS US IN TEXAS ROSIE? You're on the Ken. Coleman show I can. How are you Rosa? I'm living the dream how are you? I'm doing great. Thank you good. What's going on today? Well I have everything I've done everything that you You Advice I've met the people the meet I've been involved for any to be involved. I've coached the people that I need to approach in order to land an interview to what I thought was my dream job now. Landed interview have made it to the second round of interviews at the same time. My current job has offered me. Oh I liked. I love these kind of problems. my the the reason. I was looking elsewhere. Not that the location where where? I'm working currently. There's anything wrong with it. I love it. I love the people I love the culture. I love everything about it. I love what I do right. I am very this is corporate America where I'm currently working. I love being involved with the community. I love being present with my kids. Now this promotion would involve about seventy to eighty percent travel but I would also work from home okay. This current company with the company correct. Okay keep going. I could be home with the kids often. The travel would be maybe a ten days a month about two to three days of the week. I'd be traveling with the other location. It's it's local And it stands for everything I love. They're very for community for family And it would still be the same would be an HR IN HR which one pays bill promotion. I would actually taking about a twenty thousand dollar. Pay CUT TO WORK FOR MIGHT DREAM COMPANY DREAM job. Okay is there a chance? That data eventually goes back. Up Or is that capped. I believe this is an entry level so presumably in the near future. Of course we have no idea. Do we How the economy is. GonNa you know what's IT GONNA shake out in the next two three months but next year to presumably you could get back up is. Is there a path? Has that been discussed? It has not actually have my second interview later on today. So I'm I'm really glad I'm getting to talk to you good. So when do you think that your current company is GonNa want an answer on this promotion? Well the I'm already lined up for it. I am in recruiting for my replacement. Okay so you've already accepted the new promotion. Well we're we're it's the position exists yet. Were preparing for it is eight open. I am there. Were preparing for me to sorry. So let's do this. Where does your heart say? Whoa and where does your heart say? Go on the current promotion at your nuke at your existing company. What what is what is yours your head and heart kind of wrestled each other so either. You're saying WHOA or your heart saying go or your head is saying. Whoa your brain Or at saying go. What what are you right now? You're wanting my opinion. I want to know what you think. What are you leaning towards right? Now what would you do right if you didn't have me to talk to? What would you say with everything going on right now? I would stay where I'm at because it's safe but the wo- let me take a guess you're the wo- in your heart at the current job is the travel. 'cause you love beyond your kids but you get to be at home when you're not traveling you're working in the home but the travels making you go That's what your hearts telling you right right. Exactly your brain is telling you what about if you were to move to the other job your brain going. That may not be safe because your entry level. You're taking a pay cut. There's lots of negatives about that. The only positive in that deal is your heart going. It's a dream company. You've always wanted to work for company. Xyz right right. Here's the problem. The problem I have given you my opinion is that you haven't had the second interview. We don't know what's going to happen after that and I would want to know that there's a ladder for financial growth. If you're GONNA take a I've told many callers and Never GonNa Change my opinion. I'm okay with a temporary pay-cut if two things are in place number one you can absorb financially in it not make your life miserable or scary intention filled. Meaning you can absorb that okay in your budget. Okay that's the first factor. The second thing that has to be in place is that there is a path for. There's a ladder is how I like to say so. There's a ladder for you to climb up so we know. Oh you're from now. I can make the twenty k. Back or make a little bit more. Those don't exist right now and we just don't know enough with his interview so until that develops I keep walking it out with his current company. But I would not take the second. I would not take the new job until you get to a point where you absolutely know that. You've got a path for that you've got an opportunity. Okay that's what I would tell you coming up more of your calls. Don't go anywhere. This is the Ken Coleman show. Hey folks we are all created to fill unique role that means that you are needed and it means that you must do it. I know that trying to land that dream job is not easy because I've been there. It's intimidating it's scary. There's a lot of doubt but I can tell you it was worth it because there's nothing like the joy that comes from doing work that you know you were put on this earth to do so if you're ready to get there too. I want you to Ken. Coleman DOT COM. There you're gonNA find three free resources all designed to give you confidence and make your job. Search very effective. The get hired guides include the resume guide the interview Guide and the interview. Follow up guide. The resume guides can help you. Fix Your resume flip. It scale look like nobody else's resume and that's GonNa help you get noticed and land the interview. The interview guide walks through the five strategies. That help you stand out in the process and finally the interview followed. Guide gives you a time line and exactly what to do to follow up to continue to stand out post interview. You can get all three guides free. Ken Coleman Dot Com go to Ken. Coleman DOT COM and get hired. Welcome back America. This is the Ken Coleman show giving you clarity and see of uncertainty helping you discover what you were created to do and then come up with a plan to get their eight four four seven four seven two five seven. Seven is the number of got some good news coming up next segment. Oh my goodness I haven't even told the control room. I've got some real good news so I'm going to tease this a little bit. You're looking for some documented. Good news about corona virus. Stay tuned I'M GONNA I'M GONNA sit on it for a segment because this is great news. I have some really good news. Oh my gosh what are we GONNA do? Read some good news and it's about the actual virus itself real data not opinion. Oh boy I'm very excited right now but I I gotta read a positive. How about some positive? Email from the American workforce Hey Ken this is Katie. For the last five years I've been with a company that helped me grow after college but it's gotten to a point where I'm being held back so I started my job search again and it was then the my boyfriend told me about you. What a good guy. Use Your Interview Guide and touch point time. Line the land of great opportunity. I listened to your podcast every day leading up to my interview to help me stay motivated and confident. I believe your interview questions helped me be set apart from the other candidates by showing intent that I'm interested in growth within the company. Making it clear that could be them a long time. Thank you thank you. Thank you for all of the equipment and encouragement along the way. We'll thank you Katie. That's very nice. Very nice Folks stay tuned next segment. I've got to read a little bit more during the break. That's why I'm holding off but there's some really good news right now in this whole corona virus thing despite the fact that the economy and some things are wacky right now and when this news gets out and you need to help spread it These are the types of things that are the next week or two. They're going to chill some people out and we're going to see a return to normalcy. Hang in there hanging in there. Honker down hang in there. Eight four four seven. Four seven two five seven seven. Kathleen joins US next in Louisville Kentucky. Kathleen you're on the Ken Coleman show. Hey Dante I'm living the dream. Kathleen how can I help so a little bit of background? I'm twenty four and I currently work in the hospitality industry in hotels specifically on. I'm GONNA be yeah. It's real fun right now. So I'm coming up on a job opportunity in Later potentially the end of this year Maybe now beginning of next I had the opportunity to Be promoted to the GM of my current property I've been at this property for Two two and a half years my My long term goal is I would love to open my own management company And so as far as that goes I know and I know that I need to understand Indian out of hotels and Do Not Gordon backwards. You know My PROBLEM IS I. I need to decide whether to stay at this property and go ahead and take that promotion or leave leave the property and maybe go to a different property and keep the same title. Same Pay My current property. I feel like I'm not learning anything else. I have just kind of I believe you. But what if what if you get the GM thing? What if that actually happens? Does that change now? All of a sudden you're going to be learning a lot of things because you're in a new position so I asked the property that I've been with I have been the scan and GM about four months. Is that an. I loved it. I loved the team that I work with. I live the company that I worked for I just I feel like I've I've learned everything that was supposed to learn at this property. So now I need to make the decision to walk away from this potential promotion In an effort to continue learning but just depends on what you're walking to. I mean I love your heads ads so let me let me verify that your heads in the right place you need to keep getting new challenge in so even if you get this big promotion and it's more money the only way I would take the big promotion with more money and all the stuff is if you have found ways to continue to challenge yourself and do some things I do. WanNa push back against you a little bit. 'cause you're twenty four and that's not something. I'm like judging you on but I think at twenty four year old who goes well. I've been the kind of Interim GM for four mindset. I feel like of topped out and they WANNA get the the actual GM titled of the years. Just nothing else I can learn. I'M GONNA push back a little bit because I I wonder if it's less about what you can learn more about what you can do what you've learned and how do you transform that property and as GM. I just want you to before you make the decision. I want you to look at and go. No wait a second. We're would I need to step up? Maybe it's less about learning and it's more about doing some new things and I'm not trying to play semantics so if I'm wrong here Kathleen I trust you. I want you to hear me say that but I don't want you to miss out on the opportunity to actually lead and make some changes and I guess that comes down to will there. Be any new initiatives. Will you have for lack of a better word? More power if you become the GM versus the interim yes. I suppose I could probably be I just want you to dive into that some more. You don't have to answer that anymore because you understand why I'm asking that idea. Guess Yeah I think you need to go be a detective on that issue now once you go find that out then I think if you go well can it's? It's a bump pay title but I don't think it makes me better than I love you making the other move because you're twenty four. That's where being twenty four is awesome. Because you're getting a lot of experience you know you can make these changes you know So yeah I'm okay with taking another opportunity if you truly have figured out. There's this no growth no true growth other than income and twenty four. That matters much to you. You want the chart you want the experience you can do what you WanNa do and I love where your head and heart is on that so I'm okay with it if it's a true challenge if moving on gives you more challenges new environments new scenarios things that are going to make you better than I'm always for that but I just I Kathleen I hope you understand my heart. I really want to challenge. You can't do some things. I would just way what you could do as a GM versus in a nauseam role but you're rockstar. You're GONNA do great. Thanks for calling really appreciate the call love that Kathleen is twenty four. And she's taking the world by the throat. Love it by the way. Did you notice any panic in Kathleen at any point in time? Did you feel like wow? Kathleen is really freaked out. Uh She's in the hospitality industry. Kathleen knows she's twenty four good grief of forty-five very call. That's exciting way to go Catholic. I absolutely love that really love that. Let's see here. I want to get to another e mail. I WanNa be spreading positive news. Not just from the news but from you folks the should. I quit my job. Quiz is a resource that we just launched About a month ago. It's a three minute quiz twenty questions and it helps you figure out okay. I actually do need to quit my job and but now understand. They Asterik here is we. Don't quit our jobs unless you have something to go into. We don't just go. We jump off a cliff. We're not into cliff diving here on the Ken Coleman show all right. We're into stair stepping. We're going to step from one thing up into the next all right but anyway this quizzes done very well. It's gone nuts. John's Lesser Rights in my past job was in Washington state making ninety five thousand dollars the new jobs in Tennessee. The new job is a base salary of one hundred twenty five thousand dollars a year and I've got opportunity growth through that They contribute big time to my 401k. We're debt free. We don't have any debt at all. Not JUST CONSUMER DEBT. No home debt. Nothing and I just want to say that the should I quit my job quiz that I took on your site. Is what nudge me to make the move. That's what it's about the nudge nudge. All right coming up next. Don't Miss This folks. I've got real data on the corona virus and it's positive you got to hear this and then you got to share. This is the Ken. Coleman show shining the light of perspective in a sea of panic. This is the Ken Coleman. Show so excited will. The publicist just walked in. The control room will get on a headset. Can you hear me in the Control Room? And this is very excited during my Let's see I'm just kind of scanning the news because I have the perspective of able to look at it through it for you. Find Peter Dea Mandis. I think that's how you say. His name Well respected thought leader Tell you a little bit more about Peter. Very quickly. Diamantis DOT COM is where I'm pulling this commercial space enthusiasts. He's friends with Chris Anderson. Who's one of the great thought leaders in all the world really responsible for Ted Talks? Okay so let me just give you some facts that he just put up on his twitter account and I'm going to read it there. We go in my hands number one. This is good news. About the corona virus. An experimental vaccine developed by MODERNA INC began the first stage of a clinical trial on Monday. Testing forty five healthy adults in Seattle. China's new cases have plummeted. They've closed down there last temporary hospitals. Because there's not enough new cases to warrant them doctors in you have successfully treated to Italian patients with cove nineteen administering a combination of drugs researchers at Erasmus Medical Center claim to found an antibody that can fend off infection by covert nineteen. This is the best news yet. A hundred and three year old Chinese woman made a full recovery. There's always some one hundred year old. That just defies everything stories lady turns one arm five asked the key to her health. She said I hate Bacon every day. It's always one of those stories. That's good news. I don't know that I'd bank a whole lot of science on that particular. This woman's d by The way needs to be preserved one hundred and three years old. She survives coronas apple has reopened all forty. Two it's apple retail stores in China Cleveland's Metrohealth Medical Center has developed a covert nineteen tests delivers all two hours. South Korea's dramatic drop in new cases after its peak of nine hundred nine new covert nineteen cases on February twenty ninth. South Korea has now seen a dramatic drop in the number of new cases have mortality rates. Been inflated all boy this is the juice here experts predict that Italy has seen a higher mortality rate of cove nineteen given it significant aging population as well as its higher percentage of cove nineteen patients with pre existing health conditions. This suggests that cova nineteenth fatality rate may have been slightly more inflated than previously thought for the general population more than fifty scientists in Israel are now working to develop a vaccine an antibody for covert nineteen having reported significant breakthroughs in understanding the biological mechanism characteristic of the novell corona virus. Can I say this got a lot of freakish more people in this world? When did we just think that every smart personal world went adleman to sit this one out? I'M GONNA go catch up on my playstation GonNa go do some facebook and see also on a share here bump on Palm San Diego Biotech Company arc. Tourist Therapeutics is developing a covert nineteen vaccine in collaboration with Duke University and National Diversity of Singapore Treatment Protocols Seven patients who were treated for covert nineteen In India have recovered plasma from newly recovered Cova nineteen patients hold promise for treating others infected by the virus last thought while everyone is concerned about super high mortality rates. The number infected is actually very hard to know because so people have been tested. It may be that ten x more than we're even seeing reported are infected but sub clinical. So is the mortality rate. Four percent or point four percent we will find out. Large-scale testing comes reliably online. And by the way that's happening more tests are happening rapidly in the United State. So a reminder. Those numbers are going to go up but as the testing positive numbers go up and mortality rates. Either go down or hold. Hey everybody we're going to be okay. Just wanted to give you that news. Eight four seven four seven two five seven. Seven Jenner joins US next in Kansas City. Geno you're on the Ken Coleman Show Ken. Hi Jenna So I have a pretty good awareness of my sweet spot and what I'd at least like to try to start so good. I can't seem to get myself to actually take action My question is how to like. What's your advice on how? I can actually take action and conquer some of the limiting belief that I have. Well first thing is to name the excuse me to name the limiting beliefs. We've got a name them. What are they? Let's just to do the top two or three okay One being I'm not good enough The next one being Fear of failing failing or failure and then The probably the third one would be that I'm currently in debt and I've always made that a priority to get out of debt and so that's been kind of an excuse for me to not that myself as a priority for the good okay. So House Engine okay well. Let's just go in and take that off the table. You're you're afraid of a monster that doesn't exist right much okay. So you're not GonNa do anything stupid in the first place but secondly you're going to be out of debt before we know it and so you transitioning or moving forward. Your career does not have to slow down your debt journey at all. They can go. They can co-exist now. The speed of which you make that transition can sometimes be affected by pay off debt. But it doesn't it doesn't have to stop okay. So that one's off the table so what we do is we name the fear. I that was the first exercise. And you named it so we're not going to talk about debt because that's that's nothing. Okay you'RE GONNA PAY THAT OFFICE OTHER. Freida there so not good enough and fear of failure. We want to name those. I want to be more specific on failure. What does that mean? What is the fear? What is the specific failure? You're going failure in what what's that. Look like. Be More specific about what that failure smells like. Sounds like looks like tastes like describe it I think they go hand in hand because my so. My Dad was an art teacher going into college. I asked his opinion if I was good enough for design schools. He said no then. Now it's fear of failing in the sense of not having enough income not bring my portion to the table Are you going to put yourself in a situation? Where you are reliant on a part time Gig and there you therefore you can't pay the bills or you're gonNA put yourself in that position. No of course. Not So what? We're what we're doing here is. We've named the fears okay. You're not good enough. That's what Your Dad told you. I think possible. Your Dad's wrong. Don't you think he's wrong all due respect? Think he's Kinda. Don't you think he's wrong? Yes yeah yeah. So he means well. I think he meant well I do. I think he was trying to protect you from from struggling or being rejected or whatever. Because that's what dads do but guess what you and. I both Know Dad's wrong. So that's the second stage. I named fear second-stage deconstruct the fear. We just made it a liar. Nothing about your fears telling the truth and my right or wrong right. So now what do we do? We focus on the on the on the truth. The truth is you do have what it takes. Don't you yes. The truth is you have used a Ramsey's baby steps and financial pieces coming your way. You already have it because you're GONNA be out of debt you're never gonNA put yourself in a situation where you're fulltime pursuit doesn't pay the bills if you have to do it part time until you can do it. Fulltime M. I. Right Geno yes so therefore fears a liar yes or no yes Jenna. You got this. The thing that has been holding you back has been the fear go fears Aligarh. You've got what it takes. You will do this and you will do as well and you will win. Go Jenna go. This is the Ken Coleman. Show where men and women come to get clear to get qualified to get connected to get started to get promoted to get the dream job. Why so they can live and work like no one else. Give themselves away. We were created to fill unique role created to contribute through our work. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the number eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. Better days are ahead. I can promise you that. Hang on to that thought. Franklin Delano Roosevelt FDR easily one of the most respected whether you're a dim or Republican doesn't matter guys one of the most respected presidents in American history. Once famously said when you get to the end of your rope tyrod and hang. I wish we could pull that audio. I don't know if that's even out there if it is. I'm going to find it and we're gonNA play but just think about that voice where near Gut tolo end of your rope tire. Not and hang on. That's my best FDR impression. I don't even know if it's that good. But that's how I envisioned him saying thank you. Thank you very much as Americans would sit around the radio. There was a time where we sat around and listen to our leaders. Listen entertainment and so. I'm going to do my part every day to make sure you're listening to something a little bit more positive. Stay tuned to Atkin Coleman on Instagram at Ken Coleman on twitter and Ken Coleman Show on facebook. Because I'm going to be putting out some positive economic news positive news so you got something else to chew up Yai Let's go to James in Salt Lake City James. You're on the Ken Coleman show. I can't hear you. I'm living the dream James. What's happening That's great I just can use some advice on how to figure out what I want to do. What do you think it is? I think you've had some thoughts at some point in your life and I'm just curious. Are you just completely blank or is there something you've always thought about doing but you're not quite sure how to get there again? Some Ideas I. I think I have a lot of things that I really enjoy doing. But I'm not really sure which one's GonNa be. GimMe the top two. How about that top two or three ideas? That if you knew you couldn't fail James and you just got to try it as an adventure. Don't even have to commit the next thirty years of your life to Kim's GonNa let me do this. I can't fail. What would be the top three ideas? I really enjoy like teaching like education aspect. A things I'm passionate about. What would you? What would you teach? Who would you teach you to either finish Or You know. Fly fishing okay. All right number two plus the number two idea Really enjoy getting the best out of people so I'm helping them. Identify their strengths and helping them be successful so I think some sort of aspect of coaching coaching career development. Okay to know along those lines. Have you ever done any of that before? No I haven't what makes you drawn to that I just I guess it makes sense that you know what little aspects I do have of my current job. I really enjoy the relationship building aspects of it Educational Aspect of it. And you know helping people. What do you do? Tell me what that looks like. During the day the relational and teaching aspect of your current job. What set require. I don't get a lot of experience from day to day because I don't heavily with regulatory management. But when you do a control when you do what are you doing? Give me a quick answer. What do you do when you're teaching and guiding instructing in your current what does that look like it looks like consulting people dope on their problems? Are they mostly people? Problems or process. Problems both interesting. Which one do you like more of the people or the process? Definitely the people interesting. See where we're getting clear here? James Watch out or it was the third idea So those are the top two. So do you see the connection? Between Teaching and coaching. Now one is teaching fitness. Which you're you're into fitness right. There's a why behind that. And then you love teaching guiding consulting people on people problems in the workplace. What's interesting to me is. There's a connection between teaching and coaching the bigger wise. What you have to focus on is fitness and helping people with their physical health. Bigger Y or do you just love to be a part of helping someone advance their cause and move forward. Figure out the why. That's where you need to go. Welcome back America. This is the Ken Coleman show through the heavy with us. Better days are ahead. I'm telling You keep your perspective. Your purpose doesn't get put on hold. Ken Coleman Show is here for you. I'll be a lighthouse. I was fascinated with lighthouses when I was a kid. Because here's what they were put on the edge of the coast in rocky areas to warn ships that they were getting close to the shore of rockier could sink the ship and so their function was a light large. Bright light in a glass enclosed area at the top of a tower and to what it would do is the light would move in a circular fashion and it would cast light all across the dark ocean. I can tell you that you have the opportunity lighthouse today and tomorrow and the next day. This isn't just a Ken Coleman Dave Ramsey Chris Hogan rates group that just because we have a platform. Waiter you gotTA PLATFORM TO STACEY. Just sent me a picture of their in the drive through as we speak at a local chick-fil-a and she texted me. She said this is my wife. She said Ken Coleman said we gotTa do our part she put Hashtag. Do your part go buy something. If it's delivery we listen to this this. Why love about American business? This will encourage your art in my neighborhood. The the Alcohol Store Estate Open but you know what they're doing. They sent an email out in a very densely populated neighborhood. Liquor store neighborhood. I life sucks somewhere. Not In my neighborhood there you can order your alcohol and they put it on the curb. I could tell you. They're not laying anybody off. It's Genius Stacy told me this. Last night I went. You gotta be kidding me. I immediately started thinking about what I was. GonNa Order of course of course of course because I want to do my part. Hashtag do your part now see. That's American innovative ingenuity capitalism. It's best here's a deal. You still need your wine. You still need your Bourbon. We're going to give it to you. We're not going to touch you. We're not going to talk to you. We'll put it on the curb. Curbside pickup all right. I know him a little excitable but folks. We're going to be fine. Let's go to Monica now in Los Angeles California. Monica joins us. You're on the Ken Coleman show. Hey Ken how are you? Monica fired up. I'm I'm excited about curbside pickup for the Bourbon. These little things. But there's always gotta be silverline. Don't you think absolutely late today? Well you know we my husband and I started the Dave Ramsey program the beginning of the year and I found you. And I've been listening to you for about a month and I've just been glued here podcast and gave the information that you give is just awesome Currently right now we're on baby step number two and before all this pandemic crisis occurred. I was just looking for remote work to increase our household income but after listening to you and trying to identify my sweet spot There were two things that have happened in my life in the last nine years. That really had me kind of value. What my next step looks like Yeah nine years ago we had our first child and Wasn't until he was about two and a half three years old. We discovered that he was autistic. So having a special needs Kiddo really changed everything for us we lost. We were in denial. We had no Direction of what that looks like and it was just a really hard road and he's nine years old now he's doing great strides. He's still in special education. We try. He's got in home therapy that we do here at the House so my biggest and. I'm just a huge advocate for For families to have special needs kiddos. So I've been playing with that as my sweet spot and then the third The second thing that occurred about three years ago I started doing peace trips with my church to the native American nations in Arizona. New Mexico I myself am native American I'm from the Navajo and Hopi Tribes Arizona and so What our church does is that. We focused on The youth and providing hope and Feature as most of our listeners there listeners know but unemployment rate there is over fifty percent drop bohol diabetes nationwide so we go and we just provide hope for these kids and it's just become such driven passion for me Ken die. It's all I can think about. It's especially having My family from doubts grandparents were born and raised and my grandmother was eighteen years old with nineteen dollars in her pocket. Do when she left the reservation and so It's still like it's such a calling for me to there in some capacity I think it is that is that a situation where you guys could feasibly even do that. Move there full time and get financial. Okay so here's I knew that was the answer and there's that's causing some confusion for you isn't it is don't be. Here's why I believe that. There are professional passions and personal passions. They can coexist and I would tell you that you have a Working Excuse me if working at home in the area of special needs working with differently. Abled children and their families. Because that's what your son is differently. Abled he's not disabled he's differently abled and you understand that phrase deeply and you can work in our society especially the corona virus it has it will shape the workforce even more towards remote workers. So you working from home. Number one is very possible. Not just possible. It's probable and I think you could even do something in that field so I think your research project is who is serving families like mine. What are all the different companies governmental agencies nonprofits? Just do some research because you know who you WanNa serve and you know that world don't you you know how to go find information? Yeah because you're living in it and I think you find ways to work from home for an organization a company that provides a product or service or resources for families like yours. I just think it's a no brainer. You just keep looking until you find the right thing. And then that way you're at home with the little guy and you're doing something you're deeply passionate about while watching him continued to evolve and continue to blossom and flourish. And then here's the deal you and your husband and your family you keep going and serving the Navajo community and those other tribes in that area and that becomes something that you do once a year. Maybe twice a year You start taking other groups you dive into that too. But it's like you've got your professional sweet spot and you've got your personal sweet spot and I think the both they both coexist I don't think either one has to sacrifice for the other. Okay you tracking with me. Are you understanding? What do you believe that that's possible absolutely absolutely is so? You're Y is evident in both of those situations so we can't do serving the Indian tribes the native Americans who can't do that full time we'll have to. You could still have tremendous impact their tell their story. So even when you're not there serving on the ground. How are you promoting the story? How are you promoting the situation? Who are you connecting with when you're there next time so that you keep a relationship there's so many things you can do and your heart? Monica is going to be so full. It might burst because of the work. You're doing there and then you get to be in the home And see your son and beat around him but also do work. That matters deeply to you in serving other families and other children that are differently abled. There's nothing stopping you know. Limitations at all they can both coexist and I'm really proud of you by the way for listening to the show and doing the self-discovery in really getting clarity. How does it feel mazing? I turn my eyes when I think of my why I haven't thought about that and a while so I appreciate you matter so much. Monica You just matter so much. The World Needs Monaco go. Our time is almost up but before I let you go. I want you to know that you matter in that you do have what it takes. Thank you so much for joining us until next time. This is the Ken Coleman. Show press on. Thanks for listening to the. Ken Coleman Show for more. You can find the show on demand wherever you listen to podcasts. And watch the show on Youtube. You can also find Ken across all social media by following at Ken Coleman folks. I wanted to check out our other Ramsey network podcasts. Such as the Dave Ramsey. Show if you're looking for boring financial talk you're in the wrong place. This is not your mother's 401k. 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"You're listening to the globalist first broadcast on the sixteenth of July, two thousand and twenty on Monocle, twenty, four, the globalist in association with UBS. Live from London. This is the globalist I'm Emma Nelson and very warm, welcome to today's program coming up, we examined the results of the latest round of primaries in the US Donald Trump gets his way in some respects but support for Joe Biden grows plus. The fish that. The governor of Tokyo raises the corona virus. Alert level will find out what this means for the Japanese capital, just as domestic tourist season begins, plus we hear about a new law which could solve the problem of birds, striking tool buildings. Almost anybody you talk to has experienced story. They heard a Berga window. They've seen it advert on the sidewalk, but everyone thinks it's a rare event. Y plans for the world's deepest train station may be resurfacing all that plus the newspapers and the business headlines to that's all coming up on the globalist. Live from London with me Amazon. But before we begin quick, look at what else is happening in today's news, unemployment and Australia has hit its highest level in more than two decades with seven point, four percent of the workforce at around a million people out of work last month, several high US figures, including the former president. Barack Obama have been targeted by hackers on twitter and the US public health expert Dr Anthony Fauci has offered hope this America will have a corona virus vaccine by Christmas stay tuned to monocle twenty four throughout the day for more on these stories but I his. His handling of the corona virus has been widely condemned but President Donald trump will no doubt be focusing more on the progress being made by his preferred candidates in the presidential primaries this week, so voting in Maine, Alabama and Texas with figures such as the former Attorney General Jeff sessions losing the Republican nomination in Alabama for his old Senate seat to a former college football coach. Well, let's get the latest from Credit Harrington senior lecturer in American politics at the moment university in less to here in the United Kingdom. Welcome back to the program credit. Reassuring around votes for Donald. Trump and L. Alabama Maine and Texas. Yes, indeed, and I think This is a point in the Electra. Calendar where we're trump needs some good news actually. So yes, there's some there's some down to give 'em. Benefits for him at the moment certainly, but to I am just looking at it at a new. Some new polling dot that came out yesterday Afro Crin, pack 'em, and it's showing Frieden US fifteen points ahead, which is waiting substantial and different. That's the biggest gap yet between the two contenders got so one of course, but others even once the ten save Donald Trump or ones that donald trump favorites like Rusmussen am whiteness deal about nine points ahead. There's so this is probably trump at his most vulnerable point. I would say through the electoral season. Let's have a look at this clinic. Come in the national poll fifty two percent so that they'll support Biden. That's over thirty seven percent gain for trump that is what many people would suggest as an unassailable lead, but it's it's not as it were far from that. Yes I mean. This is just like a snapshot in in it of off the moment that were in and. In twenty twenty more than ever underneath the weakest longtime politics, and this has been such a an astonishing year. I'm in one county. Even predict how things might be November So what what we can take from that is certainly at prison. Trump is. Struggling a little in the polls at the moment that is not to say by any stretch of the imagination that he is, he is outer down or or are not going to come back fighting mean. Just seeing this morning. He's He shuffled his his senior campaign at team. So now you have the. Two top jobs being stalked around between Brad, Pascale and bills fine, so was see no. Is there some new energy I think they were? Quite sort of challenged after that Tulsa last month when they had the very disappointing numbers and he needs to sort of. Come back that. Obviously Kobe challenges just bake. All campaigning and all older sort of normal or one of the male events, and not least the conventions next month and extremely difficult, and that that is going to take the wind out of trump says it has to. It has to his however getting his way when it comes to the people he wants nominated in the primaries. getting through the the big scalp. is in Alabama where Jeff sessions his first attorney general in trump's first attorney general, but then the target of of trump's attacks. Was Beaten by a former college football coach, and then when you go to Texas He's his candidate there. managed to get through to to to beat. The man who'd. Been I in the primaries in March. Yes, and that is this is you know these are important? Shots in the arm for the campaign overall that there's there's no budget I mean I think Texas is very interesting case at the moment I mean for Saturday for terrible reasons, because the being absolately clobbered by the the corona virus. Really really badly, you know. Ten thousand plus in hospital and schools, remaining online, and also things like you know it has the highest. Rate, of Health on insurance in the country so. Went went when when when you see is an launching at television and online advertising campaign in Texas. It just make you wonder. Know are there some shifting sands? You know perhaps the coronavirus 'em. Devastation is taking its toll, and so in places such as Texas. Whereas historically Democrats do not do well, and at the top of the ticket that Biden thinks it's his team is actually worth spending time money and effort there because the places so challenged. Tennis us a little bit more about Joe Biden and what he needs to do now, I mean you've you've just mentioned taxes and Joe Biden is launching a very very expensive campaign. They're the moment, but it all depends on what he does. In terms of his choice of vice president, his running mate. Does depend quite in on that I mean. It's very interesting to see what what what am. A Democrats 'em in sort of putting. Outcomes actually say not. Hugely hung up on his vice presidential choice, because a lot of people realize that in the the kind of the day to day running of the administration and Make a massive amount of difference, but I think in the Times that were in where. For example you know in in the recent lies of George George Flow Floyd's MD unsubsidized protests I mean for to choose woman of color would be and I would say. A very smart choice I think he's already indicated that he's going down that road. I'm so a lot of interest and what that means is is that choice would just make his ticket a bit more interesting and exciting and relevant for younger people who look at the seventy seven year old white man think gosh. Is He a very twentieth century candidate? You know what's going to make me go to the polls on voting day. Maybe his vice presidential choice could just do that to to give the next generation am. And a wider audience. To Biden's campaign. So what does Biden have to do to persuade people that he is more than the seventy seven year old white man? Well. That's quite a question and he has. He has a difficult challenge, because for example, the aspects of Biden that appeal to older, White, more socially conservative Democrats. Who would be voting for him because they sort has? A kind of A lifelong name recognition with them. No, he delivers on. Issues around you know an job, security and taxation that kind of solid stuff that they're familiar with and put those order White Democrat voters. They don't want anything to radical when it comes to things like. Citizens around the challenges that come with black lives matter etc, etc, and yet Biden really needs that younger and. Twenty-first-century voces was so a great. Skill required there I? Think for Biden to to sort of marry those two sets of needs together and still come across as authentic, and I think he can do it not not least via his choice of am vice president, but there needs to be a bit of thought an a nuance. Go in there and. It remains to be seen. How will manage things you know in coming formatted does the fact that he is seventy seven year old white might not cheap play to his strengths when it comes to traditionally Republican states. Yet certainly. There would be a benefit for him there I, mean he he he is, he is trusted and you know he has a track record going back so many decades. There are things I mean. People don't tend to normally goes on 'em. Foreign policy issues such big on is actually a war happening for example you know. He contests foreign policy credentials there in a sort of a really on challenged way, because he has been around for so long, and he has so much experience. That's just one avenue. On other fronts I think if if you take it to more sort of an immediate example. If you look at his m adverts at the moment, it very covert centric of very am. He's trying to come across as somebody who's kind of got your back on the fact that he presents m his messages wearing a mask. For example you know, obviously not all Republicans would be comfortable with that, but I think when you look at the debts tone and the hospital count people are increasingly realizing that you know hoping the magic away and are somehow disappear is is is not a viable prospect, and so the fact that he is speaking to older Americans about his. Suggestions for healthcare and code management that's becoming increasingly appealing by the way clear the Harrington, many thanks for joining us on monocle twenty four. You're listening to the globalist. Seven eleven here in London victory for the President of Belarus. Lukashenko in next month's election is a foregone conclusion, not only because he's been in power since nineteen, ninety four, and has been described as the Russian President Vladimir Putin's closest ally, but also because earlier this week two leading opposition candidates were barred from standing, but what has been surprising in the country, so closely allied and indeed dependent on Moscow is a number of people who've taken to the streets in protest at the decision, so to tell us more I'm joined by route, nick his Sweden based roose analyst and Talal Slutsky for fellow at the center of new. Ideas Welcome to Monaco twenty four. Just explain to us about what happened with these two candidates, please. Thank you thank you so much for education. Well, basically the central electoral comedy of Belarus has not registered to two. Leading opposition candidates victim Publica ended up color. who were actually a gathering? very huge support from the believers in society and the Central Electoral Committee has denied their registration because of that tax declarations and. Because of inability of one of them to gather the needed to affirm a signatures required for investors as a candidate I'll do. Both of the candidates believed that these are just a false reasons that to both the declaration is all right, and that the number of signatures collected has been enough to to get the hundred thousands of verify. Signatures Saudi top believe Impulsive Gatien of this signatures, content resolve and a in the. Wrong way to count it to look into tax declarations in case above Rica. We also talk about the. Acusations from the basically. From the state security services who have sent a letter to the a Central Election Committee, which is. At ground is not a court decision to disqualify candidates from the electoral race. What does happen? Though is quite surprising in terms of the number of people who have taken to the streets I mean. There were demonstrations last month, but there were a lot of protesters in Minsk in the last couple of days, weren't they? It is rather astonishing for price late. Belarus a descent is not really tolerated at all. Yeah. Obliged, just to mention that, it is still unclear. How many people were out there immense on the Fourteenth Fifteen July Totally we could see that the the number stood at least too few thousands, but it also remains clear what happened. Is that the ordinary citizens they need? It lasts radical candidate to be able to radicalize to be able to politicians. Politicize themselves so. That in this society we could see the shift from. People not believe in politics, two people who actually were learning about politics why learning about the mechanisms so this and the fact that two candidates way denied. Two of the registration leads days. Thousands of people do the towns, and we talk not only about mains can. This is very important because this realization of for demonstration seems to be a key to be able to continue protests. And avoid arrests, and at the same time aim to reach the goal of the of this process. What's interesting about them? Is that the are also they wear somewhat mobilized and at the same time that where there's content. Gets. We would see different goals in messengers. Telegram that's place. That's playing a major role. In mobilising Biko, so the coal sounded like leads gather in the city center's at seven o'clock, and that's it so This was very continuous was not coordinated by any single force, so we while the talk about virus. Tana's and very very interesting and decentralized protests. So you have these decentralized protests, there are reports that up to two hundred and fifty processes have been a protesters have been arrested in are are being prosecuted for demonstrating but. This is a lot deeper than just wanting. To opposition candidates to have a chance on the ballot paper, isn't it? I mean there is a deep deep dissatisfaction now in Belarus against the way that Lukashenko has been running the country, not least Judah his approach to the coronavirus pandemic and he was denying it's important. He was a man who recommended vox vodka and tractor driving as a as an antidote to the corona, virus. Definitely when we talk about the tool test, we not only describe the reaction to the not registration head to a position of candidates. We are talking about them angered. That's being generated. Within the Present Society for years although this campaign was able to sort of reveal this. Rebuild this weaknesses of the regime and pedantic has. Put it to queen into this so. When we talk about reaction to pandemic I, think that it was. Huge discontent within the below percents society, and it was added by the fact that one the pool in tears campaign by Cook Nineteen has said has been gathering money gathering the medical. Equipment for for doctors in. oversensitive. Hospitals none of the citizens of Belarus could see how that support is not coming from the state, but it's rather comes from will appear organization at the initiatives so this. Sort of depicted how regime I'm able to address even those. Other type of challenges that are not connected to politics so. I think be became the thirsted first step to radicalization billers inside, and the next step was appearance of their three virus strong in very different political. Candidates to election twenty twenty, and this is the property Spent on. What about Russia's and relationship with Belarus Lukashenko famously goes on skin, colleges, Ladimir Putin and the dependence. On Moscow, the fuel for support for protection is well documented, but some are saying that. Look at Shangqiu sort of Stahl Jer for the soviet-era is no longer relevant to an electorate was often no born younger than than the thirty years that have passed since the the the collapse of the of of the USSR. Where does Russia's involvement in Belarus leave? The political future. I would rather stated it's very difficult to assess the Russia in. In enrollment in current campaign seems Russia has not explicitly. Demonstrated any support to to any of the candidates, although it has expressed, it said it, said discontent. Arrested for Baba, recount were. Someth announced, but the has not been any abuse supportive Russia to at one Kennedy, so in this sense, we can talk about something like that the election we'll. Very strongly influenced that relations between Putin Lukashenka all the what we see that during the last month or returned last year, the relations between the two have not being viewed. Plausible as as the as was before and of course location, please not. Anymore lying on the electorate that is Soviet, union nostalgic, rather he, he's just unable to address the electorate. Generating now were growing knock now. He instead aims to preserve the power by effect means whether. They include said crackdown sons, showing how strong the regime ease or whether it comes to just. Distribute in state trump around on the TV, but when it comes to relations to Russia, it's very difficult to to give a forecast. Sansa Washington's direct very continuously when it comes to such Windo- windows of opportunity, so what we might see actually is that if election brings a significant difference or the protests after election bringing Now we can see ratchet of Russia and in his, as as it happened in. Houston reach camping. Rhonda unexpected unless you're next, many thanks for joining us on monocle twenty four still to come on today's globalist. We get the latest from our Tokyo. Bureau chief is a corona virus level is raised their plus by the United, states is leading the way in protecting birds from tall buildings. That's all coming up plus newspapers and the business needs to. As. A one nine hundred investment analysts from over one hundred different countries. Over nine hundred of the sharpest moins freshest. IN THE WORLD OF FINANCE! Find out how we can help you contact us at UBS DOT com. Eight, twenty, two in Zurich Seven, twenty, two here in London Tokyo has raised its corona virus level to its highest in response to the number of cases, spiking the city's governor held a news conference, in which he held aloft a red and orange card to colors, which indicate the seriousness of the threat, but I'll Tokyo Bureau chief Wilson joins me now with more welcome back view now I'm tell us what's happening where you are. Yeah. That's right Governor Koi K. Yesterday. raise the level to the highest level to read I. Think for most people in Tokyo. It's very difficult to interpret. It's a really symbolic system of guidelines that really don't. They have no binding force I think what people are really looking at is how the infection numbers doing and the news just coming in now they'll be two hundred eighty around two hundred and eighty record to stay, which would actually be a record for Tokyo. So I think that's the number that people will be looking at I. Think the governor. Qweik's alert system has has honestly not been that helpful. Those people don't quite understand what it means. The guidelines came out in May originally. When when the state emergency was lifted, they were revised in June and it's partly to do with the shift in in in how the virus is is affecting people now the first wave of ours with affecting more older people this time it's younger people asymmetric. And what governor? Governor quick as saying what we really need to focus on now is. Can the health system coke? So that's what these guidelines are referring to it. Saying is the health system on depression, which it seems that it is, and she said that the trying to secure I think nearly three thousand. That's people who have mild symptoms ever. Do we know where this the spread of the disease is coming from? You mentioned the fact that it is young people now who are turning up with positive tests. Yeah I mean they've certainly be mentioning a lot about nightlife small balls. They been people working ball state. They've been co opted to making video. Saying this is how we're going to do business from now on. We're not drinking from the same bottle. I mean the mind boggles. That was going on anyway, but they've said that going to. Enforce these. Practices just so that customers surprise and there's been a cluster in certain areas of Tokyo. It's not just Tokyo. The areas around Tokyo that have. Always had a similar kind of. Trajectory for the virus Kinda go fight Chiba. And also all soccer in the fall west of Japan, so that that's one area, but they're also actually rather love untraceable infections that something I know, the Governor Koi case worried about so that's why she she said situation she she's referred to severe, and European, wouldn't be considered that the compared to numbers in Europe, but certainly hair it's it's considered pretty bad at the moment. No businesses as far as I can gather, have been asked to close and what you described. There are people not sharing bottles does sound rather. Astonishing, giving the level of sort of lockdown at the rest of the world is experiencing and still is experiencing. Is there a sense that now? The the the authorities in Tokyo are really getting in control of this thing, or is that still a sense is Estela gap between what should be done or anything? People think should be done what people are actually doing. Well. I mean there's always been this issue. That nothing is `binding in Intercon? It's always about advising people cautioning them asking them and what's happened. Is Japan that people are quite happy to do that? We don't see any of this problem with people refusing to end loss, there's not that people are extremely cautious. The the the sharing of book was I'm sure rating most people here as well so I think people have really really got hold of the situation. You know as a group among saying Tokyo if you look around everyone. The for example, people are very cautious to kind of being built in now. Kids about school, but they're all very socially distance wearing masks so that there is already built in I. Think you know what goes what happens from now is it's really difficult to predict because governor Taylor last month, said you know infections go by fifty a day. We'll have to think about dozing businesses again now. We're already at two hundred and eighty today so clearly. It's not that straightforward. It's a much more. More complex situation you know, how and as I said it's, it's different group of people now because the eysenck domestic, then not needing the hospital beds that were were really ought to pressure in April. When when the when the pandemic was was thought to peaks, actually so it slightly different situation. Now we're now also in a situation and the time when tourism should be really at the heart of what's happening in Japan. We should be in the middle of the Olympics notwithstanding but. The central government has. been trying to boost domestic, tourism. It's come up against some rather understandable opposition hasn't at namely from those who would be receiving visitors from the likes of Tokyo where there. Is this this this outbreak? Absolutely I mean that's a campaign called the go-to travel campaign which the government launched, it was supposed to be August actually that started, but they've brought it forward to twenty second of July which should have been the long weekend that launched the the Olympics. It was supposed to be a holiday weekend. We don't know the Olympics, but we still have the holiday weekend and she. Has Launched his campaign, which will basically encourage people to trouble ever Japan? They'll be heavily subsidized. You've got money back on travel hotels from September. You'll get voucher to spend wherever you go, so it's. It's really encouraging people to move around on the reaction. It'd be very bright, mixed some areas already welcoming it that that very keen to get travelers, but some places. It walked in the north of Japan where they've had no cases. Just said now is not the time, but then don't particularly wanting this to happen, so. It really varies from from prefect prefecture, but I think there's lots of nervousness and I can say that I have traveled a little bit in Japan and the last couple of weeks and I can certainly say that people are not about through to see anyone from Tokyo coming into rural areas at the moment. Even if you're masked up that that very concern Tokyo is, the numbers are much higher than anywhere else and the loss of concerned about people from Tokyo. Particularly traveling around the country, and what is it? Do you think that will reassure people that? There are calls for stronger testing measures and tracing measures to be carried out. Then both like I said that maybe one thing they do is they actually offer free tests? If not reassurance, people you know the to show that these tourists do not have a virus. I think it also shows that the pressure on Shinto be how difficult it will be opened the country up to. International travelers you know all the measurements really hard to persuade people to travel within Japan, so it is difficult, and and you know these number very public, and you know people will see the news today highest recorded numbers for Tokyo and they will be nervous. Wilson in Tokyo. Many thanks for joining us. You're listening to the globalist of me. Emma Nelson in a moment. We find out why the United States may suddenly become a bird's best friend, but I time seven, hundred, thousand nine here in London, a quick summary of some of the other world news headlines Today. Unemployment in Australia has hit its highest level in more than two decades seven point, four percent of the workforce that's around a million people were out of work last month. Meanwhile, Melbourne has reported a record daily number of cases of covid nineteen. The city has been in lockdown following a second wave of infection. Several high profile, US figures, including the former president, Barack Obama have been targeted by hackers on twitter, a tweet from Bill Gates account requested donations in Bitcoin in return for giving the donor double their money back to a said it was a coordinated attack and the senior us. Public Health expert, Dr Anthony Fauci. There's offered hope that America will have a corona virus vaccine by Christmas and new drug produced by MODERNA. INC has proven effective in early stage. Trials elsewhere doctor Gee. Who's offered leadership throughout the pandemic has called White House attempts to question his judgment bizarre. This is a globalist. Stay tuned. We'll be looking at the newspapers in just a few minutes time, but I there is a darker reality to the bird population of our cities, particularly in high density areas at all glass buildings covered in windows end up becoming deadly weapons for flying friends, who mistake them for continuation of the sky. birdwatchers of the world will be delighted to know this month. The United States House of Representatives has. has passed the bird. Safe Buildings Act. This will mandate public buildings to be designed or altered in a bird, friendly manner to help reduce avian fatalities to find out more Monaco's colossal rebels heard from Dr Christine Shepherd. WHO's the Director of the Glass Collisions Program at the American Bird Conservancy. That's what they said up to one. Billion is just in the United States there anymore that die on. Other continents unfortunately. The problem that is gaining awareness, but many people almost anybody to talk to has experienced bird heard a bird hit a window. They've seen it at bird on the sidewalk, but everyone thinks it's a rare event. When, in fact you think about how many birds are hitting buildings for everyone even kids to have had that experience, so it's happening. All the time glasses reflective. It shows birds would appeared to be you know good habitat for them to fly into instead they fly into the glass wall. People don't realize that they can't. St Glass either people learn the concept of glass when they're small, presumably mostly by bumping into not terribly hard, but both kids and adults are hurt running into glass doors for example every year. People learn their accuse that tell them wear glasses. They might see dust on the window. They see a rectangular frame and they know that that means it's a transparent or reflective barrier. Birds never understand that concept. Concept, they take what they see literally and while birds can learn if they don't die on impact about local pieces of glass, they never can generalize, and that's one of the reasons that the majority of birds that die here are migrants that are flying between their reading grounds and their wintering, France. They can't. All of them fly all the way. The songbirds go in stages and after they've flown a distance, they have to come down. They have to refuel and as they're flying around looking for food. They can fly into reflection of trees just as easily as they can fly onto a tree. So tell me a bit more than about this bill aim of it is basically to reduce bird metality right by asking or demanding for change at least in public buildings yet. And this is something that congressman quickly. Has Been Working on since he first went to Congress in the beginning of the Obama Administration, and this is the first time that this measure has gained traction and I think it's probably because in the intervening channel eleven years. We've been successful at working with individual cities and counties than occasionally states to pass legislation, so there's a lot more awareness on the part of our representatives in Congress that their constituents are. In this issue and that their constituents have been willing to take action on the issue. So we were able to get quite a good coalition of both Democratic and Republican Congress people. To, help get this bill passed. The assembly told down that a bit more about what it means in practice then does this mean that existing buildings will have to adapt to more bird friendly infrastructure to prevent these collisions are? Does it only apply to new buildings? How is it going to play out? In practical terms, it only applies to new buildings or buildings. They're undergoing significant renovation so far. There hasn't been a requirement anywhere for new buildings to remediate except in Canada, and that's really because you can design a new building to be bird friendly with really no. Increase in cost, but it always is going to cost money to remediate existing buildings. So the way the bill is written. It requires the General Services Administration. Which is the Federal Agency that owns all buildings. To create a set of guidelines that will be used in the design of Phillies in the future. And I'm curious to hear a bit more about you know. What are some of those? A friendly designed techniques what can be done implemented to guarantee a safer built environment for them. There are a lot of techniques and luckily. Many of them are the same techniques that you can use to make your building more energy efficient. In fact, the General Services Administration has already produced a number of buildings, the not with birds in mind, and that's something that is always helpful to point out that you designed this building. In Houston because it's very hot air, and so you included a sun, shade, structure or a building designed with a second skin, so that it traps air and makes it easier to control temperature when there are swings from maximum to minimum in the fall in the spring. So, there are types of last that can be used that. Incorporate signals that birds can seek, which basically makes them Roach and then decide that they can't fly through that up. And Changed Direction. There are things like louvers. Symbol insect screens work extremely well. They almost eliminate the view of reflection, and the bird still happens to hit a window advances them a little bit so that they don't strike with the same kind of force. The key is to think about this before you start your design. If you design the new building, and then you assigned somebody in your office to make bird friendly, they'll simply look for a different type of glass, and that can be more expensive, but if you start in the beginning thinking about birds. You can design the building so that it's more energy efficient, and so that it's friendly. That was Christine Shepherd the Director of the Glass Collisions Program at the American Bird Conservancy. She's talking Simone Nichols Collateral Bello and you can hear more on urban wildlife later today on the Ebonic permeating twenty hundred hours London, time. Right here on monocle twenty four. That's have a look at today's newspapers. Joining me go through. Some of the more juicy stories is compatible his lecturer in media in development and international journalism, so as at the University of London right here in the UK. Welcome back, Somnath. You want to begin talking to us about Tiktok I'm assuming that you are a devotee of the APP and regularly post one minute long snapshots of you dancing with bunny. Is that right? AM I. On this have never been on Tiktok I have seen the APP and which is on my wife's phone, and I read about it quite a bit as part of the media studies, which I lead at sell us, but I think what we are trying to talk about. Is that US decision on Dick? Talk India has been Tiktok You Enter UK Government's decision on Harari to be phased out. By Year Twenty, twenty seven. That is Boris Johnson. It's trying trying to say there's an extraordinary global consensus. Against the Chinese government's global outlook at this point of time loads of countries that kind of getting together Trying to hamper what they believe is harmful. Policies of the government at the same time, the retaliation from the Chinese government is also huge Lockheed Martin. Which is one of the biggest arms manufacturer deep moms manufacturer in the. Has Been told by the Chinese. He's government that red potatoes for their arms. Production will now be stopped. They tried to sell F sixteen to die one so Already Chinese national newspapers talking baneful taliation against the UK so there's a collision course. Many global power seems to be on against China at the moment, but there are also countries in Europe which seemed to be taking up back digging. Their foot off from this fight with seems to be on for example Germany. The? German parliament has very quietly blocked out the Taiwanese flag, which is to be on their. In this again, because of Chinese pressure and These seem to be quite a defining moment in history where? At once the global powers are extremely defendant in China for their manufacturing powers, but seem to understand that there is a threat to go global security because what China's government seems to be doing so. There will be for years to come. This collision will grow and we'll have to. because. It's not going to be easier disentanglement because of our markets how we depend on each other but the. Retaliation that we will see from China is also going to be quite severe. It is astonishing, isn't it? Because the the United Kingdom has been warned that by deciding to strip watson for all it's it's five G. networks at that age should expect retaliation of some kind, and then when you read about the fact that the Germans have, it's an astonishing sight into the website and having looking. There's just a blank space with a Taiwanese flag should be. It sets countries which economically surive through dealing with China at political odds with them and many argue forces. These countries have decided to take China on into the arms of the United States. Took but. Just one very quick thing on the German parliament. Is that the parliamentary website? Does, not necessarily recognize Taiwan as an independent country. They have a space where contested territories are marked, which is like Kosovo or Dallas Tyne, so it's not that Germany is a shining example was a shining example has got. Its contested position anyway, but I think what one needs to see and look out for is how China reacts. As you just read out, they'll be the retaliation against the. Goals I already extremely. That painful retaliation is the word that has been used by the Chinese national news a newspaper so. China doesn't given easily to at any position their fight with the with Indian territories, the moment has been sceviour. Their fight with have taken the US on what might be interesting to see more interesting is perhaps the wrong word to use is that it has the battles on many many fronts. The the pandemic has obviously we can the global economy so China to his feeling. It's Impact that this is. Quite. A defining moment in global relations, most of the Western powers local south. And their antagonism to China, which has been I can for the last ten to fifteen years. We have been seeing this coming to. This moment of conflict and you have this this whole actually being borne out by consumers are going to react because it is one thing for the Taiwanese flag to be removed from the German parliament website that is symbolic, that is complicated and difficult on a on a on a political level, but actually if you are a teenager or indeed, perhaps your wife and you suddenly find that you can't use TIKTOK. You'll not. Perhaps you're not going to be that politically engaged in you're you're going to want to know why you can't use tiktok anymore and you're gonNA get quite cross-eyed. Imagine and you probably going to take it out on your more. You know near a politician and. You're right. This is the system might of the Chinese government that they control to a huge extent a lot of? The global manufacturing, not only technology and talk, but the cheaper goods that you buy in a few buying t shirt on our website and he. It's being sold for ten dollars less and sent from China. You'd probably go for that this is that enormous cord. China has on the global economy that it can produce almost anything. Cheaper than your rival, and this is not only on Tiktok or a t shirt, but also arms manufacturing as I just told you to lock Martin that on rare art materials have almost a near-global monopoly So from arms, manufacturing to t shirts to technology to ABS-. China's everywhere to disentangle from that kind of a position. Is Extremely extremely complicated. And as you say, the layperson need not engage with larger politics and ethics, but We will be more probably more consent and I'm not trying to run down the layperson with what happens immediately now in in our vicinity, and probably our phones, and what kind of. Close we wear how expensive their own of these seem to somehow find its link back to China seven aspartame. Many thanks for joining us on monocle twenty four. You're listening to the globalist. UPS is a global financial services firm with over one hundred fifty years of heritage. Built on the unique dedication of people. We bring fresh thinking and perspective to all while. We know that it takes a marriage of intelligence and heart to create lasting value for all clients it's about having the right idea is of course, but also about how one of the most accomplished systems and an unrivalled network of global experts. That's why at UBS we pride ourselves on thinking smarter to make a real difference. To named the bulletin with UBS every week for the latest insights and opinions from ubs all around the world. Coming up to seven forty six here in London. Let's get the latest business news now from the financial analysts. Louis great to have you back on the program and we heard in the news. Headlines at Australia is reporting its highest level of unemployment in more than two decades in the United Kingdom similar warnings. Yes, but we have the furlough scheme, so we've just had our latest unemployment report out from the Office of national statistics, but because over nine million workers are furloughed, the government's picking up their their pay, basically paying them bang them to stay at home and do no work that confuses the picture, so if you look at the UK unemployment rate three point nine percent, that's a pretty good given what we've done to the economy, but like I said it's eight nine point three million people sitting at home, not working and having their wages paid for by the government. So until that furlough scheme ends in October, we're not going to know how many of those are in reality going to be made redundant so. Six, hundred fifty thousand people did lose their jobs since March, which is a large number of people vacancies, the number of jobs being advertised his claps the number of people claiming. Benefits claiming help because they're just earning of has soared, and pay has also collapsed so the picture for the labor market in the UK, as well as globally is pretty grim, but just beware that countries may vary as to whether they furloughed or furloughed in the UK as a country that's chosen to furlough. The real picture isn't going to emerge until furlough ends in October, it. Is that strange thing? Isn't it that we all still suspended in a as we're in suspended animation at the moment given the fact that so many companies have said look. We have to get through to the end of the year to work out exactly what covert has done to us. We've also got today a survey from the British Chamber of Commerce, warning that actually third of businesses are expecting to get rid of people to make people redundant in the next three months, so the furlough scheme is being wound down starting about now actually. Is Slowly the government picks up eighty percent of your wages and sixty percents wages. It gradually goes down and asked the happens. Businesses are expected to lay off potentially millions so like I said the the actual data today I'm Costra. The to day looks pretty good, but that's because the government's paying people Steinheim. Let's just wait until until the until the scheme ends and then the true. Unemployment picture will emerge. Let's move to China His GDP has grown at the the Chinese demonstrating. They believe that they can come through the coronavirus pandemic strongly. So. This is the eighty six trillion dollar question the size of the global economy. How strong will economies bounce? As restrictions are lifted, and of course, everyone's looking to China because that's where the virus originated. It was I into lockdown its first out, so we're looking to China. Okay, what's going to happen elsewhere? And actually it looks pretty impressive, clearly, the first quarter, which is when the coronavirus hit it you massive contraction in the economy. The economy contracted. Sort about seven percent something like that first contraction, actually since nineteen ninety-two since records began remember, China goes a lot faster than the rest of the world, although there's always question marks about the quality of Chinese economic statistics because they're more about politics than they are about Matt's, but even so in the second quarter, the economy rebounded three point three percent growth from a year ago. So this is like this is pretty encouraging. However, how let's just rain back on my excitement because it was better than expected. A lot of western countries like America in the UK and Europe lesser, but still rely on consumer spending the case of the UK economy consumer spending is like sixty seven percent of UK economy. If you look at the Chinese consumer, they are still very very cautious because they're worried about their jobs that worried about that. The Corona virus and the health, and then not spending so absolutely other things bounced back government, stimulus, industry, bounce Mac, but the consumer is not encouraged. Retail sales is still falling, and this gives an indication that may be the bounceback might not be a strong housewife. Let's moved to apple's. Continued row with European Union in terms of taxes, apple won the latest round of of of of the fight. Didn't it between? Judges and and the the request of an apple being told to pay fifteen sorry thirteen billion euros in back taxes. This isn't a 'cause. It's incredibly close to the European Union's heart. Isn't it making big companies pay what they should not just what they must. Or what they'd like to pay. So. Absence of this is there is an appeal. And the commission who took Island Apple to court? is expected to appeal, so we're not at the end of the the process, but it's a big sum of money thirteen billion dollars. This is just one company with what many regarded sweet. How sweetheart tax deal with island, but it's actually a much bigger issue that if the the world's needs a international tax agreement to stop particularly US tech giant's. It has to be said siphoning their prophets two countries whether it's. Extremely tax rates rather than paying taxes in the country where they are in the money because they have all kinds of. Intellectual property is in is in. Ireland well. Anyway so that's the the argument, but behind the scenes you've had the organization, of Economic Cooperation and development CD fee years try to do some sort of global deal that stops big companies abusing the global tax system and siphoning their profits. Now, of course, this is important, because it's taxes that pay for police that pay for our health service that pay for our own people to be looked after in their old age that pay for the vulnerable in society to be looked after this is what taxes do, and if you look at the scale of global tax. Management I would say I gotta I gotTA. Be careful in the words you use management. It's quite easy to get to trillions of dollars. That that that isn't paid. The problem with this is clearly donald trump in the White House he's. He's pulled out of that. We see agreement until we have somebody in the White House. That's more willing to be more cooperative. It's unlikely to change. Also it highlights yet again. The problems of trying to get an international tax agreement because countries like island in those countries like Luxembourg have done extremely well out of having extremely low taxes at attracting all these companies to them so. Highlights the case yesterday really highlights the need for global international agreement to benefit us all, and yet the difficulty of it happening Lewis as ever many thanks for joining us on monocle twenty four. You're the globalist. Finally on Today's program Porta Alpina a gloriously romantic name for gloriously romantic projects buried in the Swiss mountains, the world's deepest train station connected by an eight hundred meter, long lift shaft up to the Alpine town of Sadruddin in the graubunden overland, known for the cradle of the ring, the cradle of the river Rhine or the idea has been around for twenty years, but planned keeping put on. On hold ging to the financial risk involved, but locals haven't given up and there are now calls to revive the train station project I'm joined by Hannah slugger. His Directive Infrastructure Arab welcome back to Monica Twenty. Four hunters just describe how this amazing tunnel stroke station stroke lift project work in the heart of the Gothard tunnel, so it's one of these projects which is twenty years around. The SA- June station is is basically what we have today. An emergency stopping amount so the gutter, Pace Donald crosses the mountains and the tunnels long tunnels like this Have a safety net involved and days in existing big space in the middle of the mountain, and to create the space. They had to sink a big shot from syndrome down from groping down to actually built town. I always liked the idea I think it was fantastic to basically use existing infrastructure which we had to build to build this tunnel, also for different purposes and the purpose of this this. Is actually bring curious into an area so basically with various amount of money. We could utilize existing infrastructure to bring people into very remote area of Switzerland, but I mean these has been on hold twice now, hasn't it? But why is it being revived now? Of course, it's a pity not. Times. At different people try to be innovative. Panel thing a bit of his spirit of Independent. Listen right pairs well. As is discussed between the East. But what thing of course we have to understand. That is existing infrastructure to make these most safe there we had. They probably have to invest another. I think it was up to one or two billion euros to make these safe meaning. We have to bring move into listening. So what happens if there's a fire? People would be constantly right there, and then you know at the moment at trains go by two hundred kilometers suited gotta based handle. They have to stop, so that's that's a difficult situation types of safety. Why is it now is because we know this investment into hotels in groping days at best mentoring skiing areas I think speaking about having all year skiing. Read now in Switzerland. This mic shelf like of internationalism bit of politics as well that single come up and up again. He took about entrepreneurism. This in many ways is being backed heavily by. An Egyptian investor who's who on the top of the mountain up in Cetera, has built Alpine Ski Resorts and Holiday Resorts to try to draw people from the north and the south to this very beautiful area of the world correct, that's that's one of the I think it came up about amounted by Egyptian investor to save his invested a billion dollars in the billion euros in. So people from Milano people from from from Germany can cam easy aimed this area because I think last time I went took me about four hours to go into this area and it's. It's very beautiful. Thing too, and I think that's a big factor of this investment of this. Maybe invest and this. is a big hotel Jane behind it as well in terms of working for Arab at the moment. How much appetite and impetus is there a huge projects like this at the moment? I think I've always have habitat for big projects, but. In terms of my? are still be very very important for us to sustainability and resilience of projects at the moment I'm my personal view and predict like this is I would be very critical because i. in terms of what sustainable living means today, investing billions of Thomas to bring tourism in there. Yes, we can have the argument of course ripping economy up I would strike a very much. We doing design work for project like this because I, would wish the sustainability and resilience dispatching. And his luggage. Thank you very much indeed for joining us on Monaco, twenty four. That's all we have time for on today's edition of the globalist, many thanks for produces augustine much alaric a lot of rebellion and Daniel, H and our set to Charlie filled lacorte and studio manager Dora well after the headlines more music on the way, and the briefing is live at midday in London. The globalist turns at the same time tomorrow. He'll be can join me for that, but for now from me. Emma Nelson Goodbye very much for joining me.
The Rush Limbaugh Show Podcast - Dec 22 2020
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Daily podcast on the iheartradio app. Or wherever you get your podcast. Welcome today's edition of the rush. Limbaugh show podcast right and here. We are greetings to you. Music lovers thrill seekers conversationalist across the fruited plan. Great to me back. We are here for the next couple of days. Wanted to try as hard as i couldn't again here for these last two days before Christmas in the end of the year and voila here. We are telephone number if you want to be on the program. Eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two. The email address is elrushbo at eib. Net dot us. It's amazing how things don't change it. I mean they do. And then they don't and it is all tied together with the fact that donald trump was not re elected or had the election. Stolen from whichever you choose to believe. I'm in the latter camp on this i just. I'm too many oddities here to be flat out coincidental but before i get to the essence of what i'm referencing here. Trump tweeted something out today. And i just. I just wanna share it. When he says distribution of both vaccines is going smoothly so amazing how many people are being vaccinated record numbers our country and indeed the world will soon see the great miracle of what the trump administration has accomplished. They said it couldn't be done and they did. Trump promised that we would have a vaccine by the end of the year. I mean sometimes he said we'd haven't Before the election by the end of november whatever we do we have a vaccine Two of them now for the co virus much sooner than anybody with feet planted firmly in the establishment even acknowledged was possible. They said it wasn't possible. Trump is right about that. This is american exceptionalism on display. This happened because an out. Sider was in charge of this kind of operation warp speed. This is something you have to understand. And a person from the washington establishment the deep state however we refer to. It wouldn't even tried this folks. They wouldn't even thought it possible. They wouldn't have believed it possible to have a vaccine in less than ten months. Now we've got two of them but we would have never even had this on the table as a possibility because people inside the beltway are not interested in solving problems or solving them quickly. That's that's the nature of all bureaucracies is not to fix things thereby eliminating their own need. Why would you fix something if it would mean the end of you or your plan or your program or your maybe even your bureaucracy your department and so the track record on the creation of vaccines for we. We still have vaccine for aids. I wonder how people with aids feel about this. We have shown here that if we use what we americans have at our disposal that we can accomplish a lot of things that many other americans tell us we can do. And we do it at warp speed. I think i think trump is gonna make a big deal out of this the in the georgia senate campaign which he says he's going to make one more trip there soon or very near the actual run off election itself but then back to the area where things do not well one warmer thing about the about the vaccine wall street journal story just to confirm this. Us starch delivery of moderna owners covid nineteen vaccine trucks carrying. The shot will start rolling out sunday yesterday. Or two days ago with injections slated to commence on monday immunizations using the newly authorized covert nineteen vaccine from moderna inc are slated to start yesterday boosting the mass inoculation campaign that was launched last week so i just wanted to establish not just trump saying it. It is actually happening. But turn the page and you go back to things that still are not changing things that do not change when the establishment again reasserts control the media today as is the case every day is full of fake news. Oh by the way grab audio sound. Bite number one. I am glad to see that. There is an echo out there. Sheryl morning on c. span's washington journal the The host is pedro at your beverly and he spoke with the host of the syndicated political program. Food measure sharyl attkisson. She got a new book. Slanted how the news media taught us to love censorship in. Hey journalism now says you have written books taking a look at the media. What does this book have apart from the another words. How is this book different from your others. That have the death of the news as we once knew it. Desert poverty right there. There is no news anymore how they do a second voice. There is no news folks. This is so crucial to indiana to comprehend day to understand. Here is no news. Everything is oriented toward the advancement of the democrat party agenda. Okay re re re redo the bite to the top and here it is. I promise they will not interrupt at this time. Abolition of the death of the news as we once knew it has been observed. Probably most of the people who are listening in watching today but it unnecessarily know. What's it at positive. This trend in censorship and social media's born of the same types of political corporate interests that have successfully controlled news narratives the first fifteen years of this century before they then focused on social media and the internet because they saw in two sixteen that the public could still get unfettered access to studies. Powerful interests. Don't want us to see and viewpoints and people so they decided to figure out starting then and they have done so quite successfully how to control the information we see online. It's not just online. As the information we see anywhere but it's it's crucial to to understand and no. I didn't play this. Because i wanted to sit here and brag. You people know that. I don't brag because it ain't bragging if you can do it. I'm just happy to see the the sentiment spread. There is no news. It is so crucial to understand what we see. I don't care where you get it. I don't care if you get it on. Cnn msnbc abc cbs. It there is no news anymore. They're literally isn't any journalism and that'd began even further back than two thousand sixteen. Two thousand fifteen it just. It just hit Light speed after the election. That trump but things were trending that way. She's been observed probably by most people who are listening and watching today but they don't necessarily know what's behind it. She says that the the trend in censorship and social media is born of the same types of political corporate interest that have successfully controlled news narratives. And that. that pretty much sums it up. There is a vested interest here in using the medium to advance the agenda of the laughed. Have people still think what they're watching his news and if that's all people watch than if they don't figure out that it's not news and why would they unless they're told persuasively and so. There's some more of it here. Today the media is full of. Bs fake news. Today you probably heard as a covert relief. It'll be heard that mr snerdley is covert relief. Brian nine hundred billion. I write about this nine nine hundred billion dollar covert relief bill. But that's not what this is. This is things don't change. Congress did not pass a massive covert relief bill. They passed a massive giveaway to questionable socialist nations and sketchy democrat party. Constituencies georgia part of the old soviet union. Got millions of dollars for something. That's not even specified vietnam. Got one hundred sixty nine million dollars. Egypt one hundred one point three billion dollars pakistan or as obama's pakistan got millions of dollars for something to do with gender. I dunno are they in favor or oppose do whatever they got millions of dollars for sri-lanka fifteen million dollars to fix a boat. Not kidding fifteen. Million dollars to repair about ukraine are old friends in ukraine. Four hundred fifty three million dollars. I guess that is so they can keep paying hundred biden and his dad. Why four hundred fifty three million dollars to ukraine what this is is income redistribution or money laundering ukraine. Could well be but guess. What folks restaurants and bars people are places where people meet and congregate the hardest hit of our small businesses. I mean this this. This division of our economies being wiped out almost purposefully in blue states restaurants got nothing in the nine hundred billion dollar. Covert relief bill. But you know what chuck schumer got relief. He got money for comedy clubs. You know why. Jerry seinfeld lobbied him. You hadn't heard that. What are you reading. Jerry seinfeld basically lobbied chuck schumer. Hey the comedy. The comedy clubs are being really. Hit hard here so schumer. How much is but it's it's it's a. It's a little bit of a tap but the point is that the hardest hit of all of our small businesses in a covert relief. Bill got zilch zero nada. That's restaurants and bars. The kennedy center for the arts and whatever else forty million dollars. Meanwhile americans six hundred dollars each now. If the covert relief bill consisted only of giving each american six hundred dollars. They left it at that. Then the cost of the covid relief bill would have been one hundred ninety eight billion dollars but the covert relief. Bill which is five thousand pages in which members of congress didn't read which they never do read. Nothing's changed nine hundred billion dollars so six hundred dollars for every american would equal my one hundred ninety eight billion dollar bill yet. This bill is more than nine hundred million. Do the math. We've given away seven hundred billion dollars to corrupt cronies corrupt countries that are allies of the democrat party. It needs to be vetoed. Trump needs to talk. I don't know if he will. I don't believe he will. But it needs to be vetoed now. The the bill is being touted. And i can't wait to get this. Bill is being touted as the as a major major achievement in attacking climate change. I kid you not. They are bragging about how this bill is going to do. So much for climate change. It'll take a little while to explain all this. I've got all the time in the world. I think you do to hear this gender programs in pakistan fifteen million dollars for democracy programs ten million for gender programs pakistan three lanka up to fifty million dollars for the refurbishing of a high endurance cutter. It's a patrol boat fifty million dollars to fix a boat. Mr snerdley there. It is in srilanka. Five hundred and five million dollars to belize rica l. damodar guatemala honduras nicaragua and panama to address key factors that contribute to the migration of unaccompanied undocumented. Minors to the us five hundred five million dollars to these central american countries to address key factors that contribute to the migrate. So we're going to five hundred five million dollars to study to find out why unaccompanied undocumented minors come to the united states. We can tell him that today. I'll i'll i'll do that for one hundred mil on. Cut him a break. I will tell him why undocumented undocumented unaccompanied minors migrate to the united states for one hundred billion. Not five hundred and five. Let's see here. What else Yeah there's Four hundred fifty million dollars for assistance for ukraine. There's a tax break for race horse. Owners wonder how that ended up in the bill. Meanwhile you and i. We can six hundred bucks. Oem extended unemployment benefits for a few weeks and so forth but see nothing changes when the establishment asserts control. And we've got listen to this now. I better take the break. Otherwise we'll have a less time than ever said to be right back. Readings are welcome. Back rush limbaugh here behind the golden. Eib microphone and yes today is like all other days folks. I woke up and in a few split seconds realized i had woken up and at that very moment. I thank god that i did. Every day is day day. Some days are good. Some days are bad. You don't know from day to day how it's going to be so you accept each day as it is given to you and what you can make of it. One of the thing in this bill family members. I you not on this family. Members of illegal immigrants are now able to get stimulus checks and each retroactive so they can also get the previous twelve hundred dollars that was given out way back when this is a tweet from ryan. Four news at ten. Am this morning. Family members of illegal aliens are now able to get stimulus checks. Let let me read that with proper emphasis on proper words family members of illegal aliens. It says here family members of illegal aliens are now able to get stimulus checks under this new cova relief. bill and it's retroactive so they can also get the previous twelve hundred dollars given out so they're going to get eighteen. The families of illegal aliens. It seems that in every piece of legislation that comes down the pike that involves government grants to individuals. It seems like illegal aliens end up being at the top of the priority list which should not surprise people who have been paying attention to me and people like me for the recent years now back to the climate change aspect of the of the bill. I like john barrasso folks. He's the senator. Republican senator from wyoming. But this he said. Republicans and democrats are working together to protect the environment through innovation. That's a comment. On the covert relief bill. This historic agreement includes three separate pieces of legislation that will significantly reduce greenhouse gases. Meaning we're to capture and store carbon dioxide produced by power and manufacturing plant white. This is the way democrats talk. We're going to authorize a fifteen year. Reduction of hydrofluorocarbons that are used in everything from cars to air conditioners considered a major driver of global warming and are being targeted world. And we hadn't republican senator touting this covert relief bill and we're back the network great to have you with us let me Let me get started on the phones. Here we got david in saint louis. Welcome sir great to have you. Hi hi how you doing rush just fine. Thank you sir. How are you doing david. How's it going with you. I just little upset with the. There's not one politician at one on either side of the aisle s. Willing to say what you did today. You know their presidents should have a news conference where he goes up there and tells everybody about the ridiculous amount of money being spent everywhere. Besides wait a minute. Wait a minute now. I hear you on this but we are now because of covid and all the spending we're thirty trillion are on the way there thirty trillion dollars and it doesn't matter anymore to these people it literally there are. No limits is like debt is irrelevant in in problem. We haven't seen the economy crashed from debt in our lifetime. So why would it crash now. So there's there there are no guard rails. there's no red light on spending whatever they need so nine hundred billion now the they know that you're sensitive to it but the reason that they won't tell you this is they may not know they haven't read it. It's five thousand pages five thousand pages to give every american six hundred bucks. That's not what the bill does and look folks. I'm not one of these budget hawks anymore. Because of what. I just told you the idea that there is some kind of Limit on federal spending for the sake of the economy for choking off the private sector's access to capital These people and you have to admit that it started this year. The trump administration there was there was literally no limit on the spending covid. Nineteen came along and we weren't going to be hassled. We're not gonna have our hands tied by any budget limits. We had to do what we had to do to deal with this. And we got operation warp speed and we now have to vaccines out there. We also have bailed out the american people throughout the year not sufficiently. But we've done it. We've bailed out. Certain businesses certain business sectors and so forth but point is thirty trillion in debt. I remember when the tea party formed two thousand ten because they were upset at the amount of spending obamacare which was less at least on paper that a trillion. now look. i'm not trying to be a harbinger. Or a messenger of negativism. This is just the way it is. Let me read you a tweet from somebody. I'm going to tell you the tweet is. I want to ask if you agree with the sentiment here. Are you ready. Here comes to tweet. This is why congress needs time to actually read this package before voting on it. Members of congress have not read this bill. It's over five. Thousand pages arrived at two pm yesterday and we are told to expect. Vote on it in two hours. This isn't governance. It's hostage-taking who wrote it. That's exactly mr snerdley correctly. Identified the author of this tweet out exactly the ocasio days. Do you agree with the sentiment you do so you you agree with ao. See one hundred percent. It's hard not to i will. I'll admit hard not to so. That's that's the answer david it. This is welcome to the end of the trump experiment. That's what this means. This is the establishment going back to doing. They love the way they love. This is exactly why trump was elected. I think this is exactly why trump was reelected. He's had taken from him stolen. I will always believe that no matter how difficult it becomes to To prove of the this is they're celebrating this. The establishment is celebrating this republican established celebrating this accomplishment as somehow a great attack on climate change. It's a covert relief. Bill cost no more than one hundred ninety ninety eight billion dollars if the objective is to give every american six hundred dollars. Which frankly if we're going to start giving money away the deal. Is this enough now. We might start. Well the budget mr limbaugh. We're going to be very careful here. Amount budgets can't bring them on now. It's a little late for being concerned about that. Not as we approach thirty trillion dollars. There are there are there's terminology and has like promoting technologies and creating jobs the technologies involved carbon capture emission reduction replacements. For the hydrofluorocarbons used as coolants air conditioning and refrigeration systems as jazz shaw at hot air rights. In post on this you see. That's how they liked to describe such initiatives to put a pleasant spin on them. A better translation of those passengers would be to say that taxpayer. Money will be shoveled into your green energy and carbon reduction companies who will be working to achieve those goals while just coincidentally making a ton of money for a small number of people this big. This is the prelude to the green new deal and it's in the covid relief package and we've got republicans out there singing. Its praises. There's a great deal more than just climate change jammed into this thing to nobody in congress or the media had a chance to read it before it was passed and that is an answer to guys. Saint louis is question. Why why am. I the only one because they didn't read this before they couldn't have ever given two hours. It's five thousand pages. Come on not. Even their clerks their legislative assistance could read it. I mean like i'm there. There's money for invasive. Species mitigation water-management on the tibetan plateau gender programs in pakistan and piles on the india. Tibet other nations. dig in. if you want but don't doubt me it is all in there but it has turned into a climate change. Bill that is the primary Sales point and how they're getting around X. excusing it and there is there is no climate change there that go through this again but there is no manmade climate. There is no way to stop it. But you know what. I'm going to ignore. That's been my. That's been my reaction to all this for thirty years. But i'm gonna go a different way in an in an attempt here to once again. Be persuasive to those of you in this audience for all of these years i have tried to beat the truth into people. Well i haven't beaten anybody. But i mean i have consistently attempted to point out that there is no manmade climate change. It's not possible we do not have that kind of power. We don't have the power to affect the climate of this planet. We just don't but that apparently doesn't Doesn't permeate so let's attack it from another direction. Let us assume that they are right now. In fact we do two things at once. Let's assume that manmade climate change any kind is happening and Then what is the second part of that here comes biden. Make a big deal. He's got a huge climate change agenda. It's one of the first things. He mentioned. every time he gets into his agenda and the purpose of the reason for that is to create or extend the idea that there's a crisis democrats need crises and they need demons and we're going to go back to the way things used to be for four years for four years. We had somebody in the white house who was defeating this. This kind of thinking this kind of agenda every day donald trump. Now we're gonna go back the way it was for all those years prior to trump and biden's effort here with climate change. Let's i'll take a break. We'll come back and we'll play okay. Let's assume that there is climate change. It's gonna happen and we can't stop it. Which is part and parcel of their clan. That's remember now. We have the power to affect the climate. We have the ability to change it and make it worse but somehow there's nothing we can do to stop it except spend a lot of government. Sit tight now. Explain to you. Exactly what i may and welcome to christmas week. Here at the excellence in broadcasting network your guiding light through times of trouble confusion murkiness tumult chaos. A returned the old way of doing things which was so problematic and yes even the good times rush limbaugh at eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two in a rich. Lowry has a column today. On the biden climate change agenda. Which again like sharyl attkisson. I'm glad to see it because it is look. I don't mean to sound like they did it. It's well it's it's great to see a certain way of thinking. Amplified out there so it's more than just one place. Here's here's the thing about the way. The left is going about approaching climate change. They give us this horrible snapshot at the future. Climate change can raise. The temperature is going to do this. It's going to do that. It's to hurricanes and volcanoes all kinds of horrible rotten things. And what are we going to do. Why if you if you listen. We're just gonna sit there and live through it. We're just going to sit there and suffer. This is how the democrats never understand the dynamics of a capitalist economy they pass a massive tax increase remember the tax. They came up with a massive tax on the people that make boats a massive individual tax increase in the people that make boats. And what did people do. They started buying boats in foreign countries where there was no tax no additional tax so who got hurt the people that actually make the boat. The people that work boats were laid off because never know boats being so because there was a new tax. The democrats think they raise taxes on like california california's. Wait to tell you this. California has just passed a wealth tax on people who are leaving the state because of high taxes. Already wait till you hear how they're doing. So they tax and tax and tax people leave the state. the democrats think they're just gonna sit there and pay the punishment that's not how people are the same thing with climate change. Ladies and gentlemen yes. I'm still watching them to ask me every ten minutes talking to my tv. not anybody. so i'm not being rude. Don't work you talk to my tv. Anyway i wanna talk now to maintain that these rapidly increasing climate temperatures are a threat to human existence entails believing that human beings are going to be snuffed out. We're just gonna sit there and die if the planet gets a few degrees hotter. What are they talking about a couple of degrees celsius. And what are we gonna. Why we're gonna die. Why would we die because we're gonna sit there and we're just gonna suffer. We're going to sit there going to sweat to death. We're going to sit there and we're gonna thirst to death. We're going to sit there and because climate change is going to kill us. But that's not what happens. Human beings have this marvelous ability called adaptability. Human beings have the ability to adapt to hardship left. It's it's the name of the game of the human existence who are the only species that can do well. We're not the only winter. The only ones knowingly doing some species evolved to deal with very challenges to their lives. They don't even know what's happening. Because they're they're stupid animals but we have the ability to purposely and with design structure. Adapt democrats believe for example if the sea levels rise which is not gonna happen. Like they say. But let's say do. We're just going to stay there at our homes and be flooded. One day you will read a story. How rush limbaugh famous radio talk. Show host died today as the sea level expanded and swallowed his house. Limbaugh did not have the sense to leave his house before the high water got there. Is that what we're gonna do. People living in in the way of on coming ocean. Just gonna sit there and drowned if the summers which is where it gets hot if they if it gets much hotter in places that are unaccustomed to it. You think we might install air conditioning. Like let's say let's take place Of it Let's go to pick a favorite places all kinds of places that even in the summertime. you'll get all that hot but let's say climate change makes it get two or three degrees hotter well. Do you think people live. There might install air conditioning in their homes. Are they just going to sit there and swept to death. It's not what we do. When faced with arduous circumstances when faced with challenges to our lives. What are we do why. We invent a vaccine or way find ways to mitigate the oncoming destructive force. Whatever it is. It's the name of the human game. Let's say that there are droughts out there. Let's say that it gets dry. Let's say that it gets parched. You think we're just gonna sit there and dia thirsty. We're gonna find a way to deal with it when we find a way to divert water to these newly installed newly created drought areas. Are we just gonna sit there and suffer and eventually die. If some of these areas become unlivable we just going to sit there and die. No we are wealthier. We are more technologically able then ever we have been and we are not going to sit there and allow if this list of disasters. Actually were to happen. We're not going to sit there and allow ourselves to die or suffer. We're going to adapt. Which is what. We've adapted to this point. There have been changes in our climate. Every been changes in all kinds of life circumstances. We've had to adapt and there's no but they never calculate that in any of these crisis extending heck my friends. Even the polar polar bears remember they were. We were told that they were dying out. There's more polar bears today than ever by the way. Even the polar bears adapt. 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That may not know otherwise and evidence of that in our first busy broadcast hour today was some of the elements of the covid relief. Bill we have a nine hundred billion dollar piece of legislation called the covert relief. Bill in which every american is to be given six hundred dollars now. If that's all the bill contained it would cost one hundred ninety eight billion so that's round that up to two hundred billion but it doesn't cost two hundred billion it costs nine hundred billion so if the covid relief bill has basically ten percent of its money for the american citizen. What the heck else is in this bill. And that's what we reported. That's what we demonstrated and it is for the usual senseless. Funny oddball weirdo things. That end up in every piece of legislation. That happens to be timed right before a possible government shutdown everyday december. It's loaded with pork. It's loaded with giveaways to friendly socialist nations. There's far more money in this bill for other countries and there's fifteen million dollars in this bill to fix a boat folks of of a military boat in sri lanka. I'm not kidding. One boat fifteen to fix it to repair it so in that sense we report. There's probably more actual journalism happening on this program. Then you'll notice that the drive by media. Pick your network grab audio sound. Bite number thirty one fox business network cavuto coast to coast. This is neil cavuto who remember chastised. President trump for taking hydroxy clarkson he. Is you take that. They're responsible responsible for you to be telling people will take out drug court people die. It will kill you. It will kill people. You shouldn't found out last week. That the whatever. The government health agency is found out. There's nothing wrong with it. In fact it may actually work as it is amazing after the election after all this is over with yes it may actually help some people the ama. That's right. American medical association at any rate here is gas perino. They have just figured out the. Nfl has taken poll national football league. They found out. They have lost seventeen percent of their fans at least seventeen percent. Here's the report. The league's embrace of social justice issues. Hourly is resonating with enough fans that the ratings are off and they found that of all the things that people are listening to. Why you're you're cutting sports while you might watch a sports game seventeen percent of all the respondents and that was the highest number said. It was the embrace of social justice issues that all sports are doing. That's turning people off. That mean americans are largely races you to make that point. I'm someone who doesn't care about one. The i support it. I don't think it's the most provocative social justice statement in the world but a lot of nfl fans who generally trend conservatives heavily military middle-class not rich they don't like and You know you gotta know your customer out there. So all of us are racist. Charlie gasp renault just fit. Well i don't know but maybe does this mean americans are largely raise. I don't know if you can make that point but for me. I'm not somebody who doesn't care about one knee. I somebody charlie you know for all the other things you talk about your reasonably bright intelligent. This isn't hard to figure out. This is not hard to understand that explaining this to people for a couple of years. I actually think it's more than seventeen percent and so does the league. There is a as i keep this story on in a separate I must not have. There's there is a separate story on the nfl's ratings problem demanded. Yeah put it somewhere else. It'll it'll come up as i as i go through the stack here on the on the program The league does not know its customer. The league wishes had a different fan base or at least a certain percentage fan base. They wish were different and they are running their business. As though that difference existed is that that they're they're running the business though that that section of fan base doesn't exist is the best way to to explain so seventeen percent in a poll. They conducted are boycotting them. And it's probably as in in the case of any polls going to be A higher number than that people don't like the stuff forced on them in areas. They go to escape it. It's no more complicated than that. People do not watch sports to be preached to politically. They go to sports to escape that for three hours a sunday afternoon. Six hours maybe or nine if they watch all three games but they go to escape it. They don't wanna be lectured and they certainly don't want to be blamed and they don't want to be told by multimillionaires. How unfair things are and how racist things are when they can't possibly be that bad otherwise these people wouldn't be living the lives. They are living which are far more lucrative and far more wealthy than the average american who is a fan or a customer earns or has to be lectured to and preached to and then blamed on. Nfl player decides to take a knee because cops are murdering black people. And we're told we have to believe it. We're told we have to accept it and we have to understand it and we have to oppose it. Otherwise we're racist pigs or what have you. It's not the way to grow the fan base. Just isn't you're you're not going to build support for star athletes. If those very star athletes serve a new role of antagonizing the fans but the owners decided or they have. They have concluded that if they don't support the players the players will strike or walkout of not playing. There'll be nothing so they have to go through the motions of supporting the players and letting them put signs on their helmets and jerseys. Racism sucks whatever it is. That's not why people tune in to watch but gasp arenas little last statement here a lot of nfl fans generally trend conservative. and so. What does that mean. What are heavily military. Oh yeah love murder and fatal of guns in love missiles and rockets and they love nuke and people right and they're middle class. Wow that means they're stupid. They're not as wealthy as we are simply don't know enough. They're not rich which he covered. And they don't like they don't like social justice and you know you gotta know your customer. It's not the conservatives. Don't like social justice. It's the they don't accept that it's real as a democrat party political plank. Social justice is simply an excuse to censor. It's an excuse to go in and deny people their freedoms and their rights and a whole lot more and it is conservatives who are very much aware of this this is a funny bite. Pete hegseth of fox news. This is the last wednesday. He was on hannity. They were talking about what to expect from the incoming biden regime. And this is what. Pete said. When i look at a biden administration and the infighting of cossio cortez and all of that our dear friend rush limbaugh who is in our thoughts and prayers right now wrote an op ed about the obama administration in two thousand nine for usa. Today he was supposed to write two hundred words. Instead he wrote four words i hope he fails and ultimately because joe biden is the trojan horse for the left. I hope he fails. i hope he's mired in infighting that it costs you. Cortez is going to bring incapable of delivering for the left incapable of finding the false unity. He claims he's going to bring after what they've done to trump supporters. That's pete hegseth. That was on hannity last wednesday night. I am not mistaken. I think it was the wall street. Journal that That asked me to write four hundred words. They reached out to a number of opinion and media. Titans well media leaders in one titan. That was me and they ask for four hundred words on the incoming obama presidency as though we were all hammered has no all of us were simply overwhelmed with with emotion and on disbelieve. -able over the we. Finally we've finally elected african american president. We're we're going to rip that racist monkey right off. Our backs are gonna get rid of it. And they wanted to know how these media big shots and titan reacting to it. And i said on the radio. I responded to him in writing. Don't need four hundred words. I could do it in four. I hope he fails. So pete is headed to repeat that with with with biden and say the exact same thing. We'll see if there is a similar reaction to pete hegseth saying it about biden there was To me saying it about obama. Here's a quote from rand. Paul or a soundbite miranda paul upset about the covert bill and this was on the senate floor yesterday if money really grew on trees. Why not give more free money. Why not give it out all the time. Why stop at six hundred dollars a person. Why not a thousand dollars. Why not two thousand dollars. Maybe these new free money. Republicans should join the. Everybody gets a guaranteed income caucus. Why not twenty thousand a year for everybody. why not thirty thousand two so called conservatives. Who are quick to identify the socialism of democrats. If you vote for this spending monstrosity you are no better. He's exactly right folks. I have used the same argument on the minimum wage minimum wage advocates out. There we need to raise the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. We need to raise the minimum wage to eighteen dollars an hour. And i have. I've told you that you'll finally if you keep if you raise it to these advocates you if you suggest now that's not enough. We need to spend more. You'll eventually reach a point where they will say no. That's too much. Well you used to be able to do that. For example you have your minimum wage increase advocate. You're talking to him. We need to raise the minimum wage at twenty bucks. And you say that's not twenty but why not thirty dollars an hour okay. I'll go for thirty bucks. An hour finding wait. Let's not stop there. How about fifty dollars and that may be a bit much. Well why why is fifty dollars too. Much and thirty bucks is fine. And you'll eventually to learn that. They have no basis for making their claim or their demand for thirty or twenty or eighteen. It's nothing more than a political football that they kick around and they use it to point out how mean-spirited and unconcerned minimum wage opponents. I don't care about people and rand paul's exactly right if we're going to give every american nine hundred billion why not give every american thirty thousand. I can't do that. It'd be too much why we've got the guaranteed national income bunch out there. That's proposing something similar. Why is he's exactly right about this. Why not thirty thousand. Why not twenty thousand instead. You're going to get six hundred dollars. Which would cost a hundred ninety eight billion but the bill spends nine hundred billion. They're seven hundred billion dollars in is billy. You are not break back with more after okay. Let's go back to the phones. Get andy vista california. Welcome sure great to have you on the program today. How are you great russia. Merry christmas god. Bless you and we pray for you every day. So we know you're gonna pull through this my friend. Thank you very much of course. Of course so you know. Part of we've been trying to keep the faith in every way possible here with everything going on and you know the the part that really has bothered me the most has been be indecency of the left the indecency of the modern democrat party. And how they how they behave towards us towards conservatives and i've been trying to think through what the source of this and you know what as we go back i lay this at the feet of bill clinton and i go back to the nineteen nineties and i think back to not just how he got away with it through the whole impeachment situation the lying under oath but even the weaponising of the agencies Hillary destroying the life of billy. Dale and the child travel office people. And i just go back to that like bill. Clinton wants to legacy. That's it that's his legacy. He's the one who's brought this level of indecency because he's taught the democrat party they could get away with anything that they they pull. Because are still not being held accountable. Well now the last thing you said there might be in a blanket. way agree. Because i think at pre scenes clinton and a lot of ways they got away with robert bork. They almost got away with destroying. Clarence thomas i mean the democrats have been. I think it starts with the borking of bork. Ted kennedy. I think this goes back to the nineteen eighties. This if you if you're looking for a point where the. The democrat party switched into an attack machine as political strategy. I think it's ted kennedy and is lies about judge bork. And they attempted to try. And by the way who who ran the effort to destroy biden. I'm sorry destroy clarence thomas. It was joe biden. Joe biden was chairman of the senate judiciary committee when the effort to destroy. Clarence thomas began. I remember i was in. I was oklahoma city or tulsa. I forget which was doing a rush to excellence. Stop and it was a saturday. Show that i had and i i remember. I'd groomed everything that i had on my note cards to remind me and i did an hour and a half on how they were destroying clarence. Thomas and i can see on the faces of the thousands and thousands of people in the audience. They didn't know much about what i was talking. Which i said okay. I've got to stay focused here. Because i may lose them unless they find a way to connect this to them. They had no idea. This was a c-span show at this point in time. It had bled over into some of the the cnn cable. News networks fox. News was not the air. Is one thousand. Nine hundred this before. Nineteen ninety-seven ninety-six six remember. I had to explain exactly what the effort to destroy. Clarence thomas was way. And i think it worked because the nobody left. Everybody stayed at at attention now. The thing you said that Is that they're not being held accountable and so forth is is true. Clinton did probably contribute to the democrats learning that they would be given cover by the by the media. And even that though would i think would predate the lewinsky story. Which is what. I was primarily talking about but it's nevertheless an interesting theory that you have you want to go out and tie indecency of the democrat party to to bill clinton out began of thing that you've got remember here is that some of it includes the republicans now. The never trumpers former conservative intellectuals just signed on with eagerness to whatever the democrats were doing in their effort to destroy trump. and so it's it's a tough thing to just say it's the democrats that are responsible for the indecency. I've always asked myself. Well when are the american people are gonna stand up and punish this at the ballot box. When are they gonna stop rewarding. This kind of decency. And i thought the election of george w bush might have been close. To being a marker for them it turned out not to me anyway quicktime back with more lisa in state college pennsylvania. Hi great to have you here. This is the best christmas present ever. God bless you thank very much. Hey listen i love to talk a little bit about the order That vaccines are being given out Obviously the healthcare workers should be first and having said that You know people the people nursing homes and seniors getting priority. I'm a senior. i'm sixty nine. And as far as the nursing homes. Go if you give it to the workers. They're going into the nursing homes. I don't think you really need to give it to the seniors. They're not going anywhere They're not going to work. And so on and as a senior myself and retired my husband and i have the opportunity and our blessed enough that we don't have to go to work so we can stay home so we're up to me. I wouldn't get it. I would say let's get the wait a minute. Wait what i'm going to give us. Are you in a nursing home now. I'm sorry i'm not. I'm just saying that priority. That people are talking about our seniors and people in nursing homes. And i've watched the first day that the vaccines are being given out. And they had all of these elderly people You know in nursing homes getting the vaccines and yes. I wanna protect them. But i think the way to protect the people in nursing homes is give it to the workers who are coming in rather than them To to the senior devil's advocate. Let me okay. Because nursing homes have been like andrew cuomo is used nursing homes too thin heard of senior citizen now. But they're getting the people in nursing homes are getting it from their workers and people coming into the nursing home so if you're giving it to the healthcare workers including the maintenance people who worked in the nursing homes that should cover the people in alabama people in nursing homes are the most vulnerable. The elderly are among the most notable. Now the now the way this would work Under under obamacare is they would be the last to get because they're days of productivity are finished but but see. That's in a way kind of point. Because i'm retired. Okay let's go onto the people not necessarily nursing homes. Just see quote elderly. I'm re- i'm i would fall under that category. What do you think about. What do you think about reporters in the drive by media. They're claiming they're demanding that they should be at the front of the line because they're so essential no forget them. But what i my. My point is retired senior. I have the blessing of being able to stay home and to not go out. And if if it's if it's a question of the number of vaccines available. I would rather my vaccine go to somebody. Who means their job. Somebody who's working. Okay i is your so you basically. Are you wanna sacrifice your dose. Exactly okay you wanna sacrifice your dose to somebody who is in a greater need for it. Correct that is correct especially schoolteachers. We want our grandkids. We want our kids back in school. they should certainly get it before me as i say i'm blessed i'm retired. I'm to stay home and not go out to work you know. I have a next door neighbor. Her daughter both worked in restaurants. Okay i hear you. There's a that that's that's Very thoughtful of you that. That's extremely extremely thoughtful of you that you would like to sacrifice your dose. I i appreciate it night. I understand it I got a note. I got a note from a from a an acquaintance. Sixty seventy sixty seven years old and because he's sixty seven years old he's behind one hundred eighteen million people who are in line ahead of him the way it's currently established which means he might get the vaccine a year from now but Do you know that employees in liquor stores are ahead of seniors in the way. This is being handled right now. And i'm i'm just getting up to speed on the on the nature of the allocation. How it's how it's being done and some of it frankly to my eyes doesn't make any sense but i don't know that you could probably have that reaction to any system that That they came up with members of congress are trying to boot people out of line and trying to jump the line. I've heard And they're also saying because they are essential. I mean they are america's lawmakers need they need to be vaccinated so they can continue to make laws because that's crucial that's what Teachers would be ahead of you in line. Lisa would be another way of illustrating this but fact is we can't give everybody. That wants a vaccine dose right now. It's there's gotta be some method of doing it. I appreciate the call. Barbara in san antonio you are next welcome to our show. Hi hi rush first of all. I want to say that. I've been praying for you. And after being married for thirty seven years to my husband who passed away eight years ago. I really haven't prayed much but thanks to you. I'm praying more again. Well thank you. Thank you very much. I sincerely appreciate that. I am one of the seventy five million people who voted for trump and. I'm very angry about the corruption of our election in the process of our stolen election. And i like to know. Is it possible for those of for the rest of us to get a list of the politicians who are supporting trump through this and the politicians who are not so that we could know who we wanna vote for in the next elections and who you would not like to or maybe he would in money. I don't know what you would eventually you would have to. You have to get a list of people that voted for trump voted against him. And i don't know how you're going to do that now. If you're if you want a list of people who were verbally opposing trump. Who tried to make people think they hated him but then voted for him privately and quietly and didn't want anybody to know so i don't know how you're gonna get the list that you want because we don't generally divulge the way people voted and that's the only way you're really gonna know who supported him and who didn't okay all right. Well we just wanna do something and It's hard to find anything we can do. Well i know there are so many people that that are seeking additional things that they can do to want to have some kind of help to be some kind of assistance to To trump and it's It's very sweet. And i you know you. You look at any number of things that i think in one sense give you a just a possibility rather than things like that if you look if you wanna find the people that oppose trump and vote against them. That's cool too. I don't wanna talk anybody out of that. But if people really want to do something. Above and beyond voting. I'll give you a suggestion. How about trying to recapture the public education system in america. Now this is a very very important thing. And it's very frustrating to me to see how people have allowed the public education system to be stolen from them right in front of them. They know it's being stolen. They're afraid of freighting about it. They're afraid that their kids would be adversely affected if a speak up and so the left has been able to basically steal public education and turn it into an indoctrinating of our kids rather than full-fledged education. I'll explain in greater detail in a moment folks back after this. I want to share with you. What tulsi gabbard has in fact a couple of things the tulsi gabbard grab audio. Somebody number five this tulsi gabbard last night On her twitter page is a member of congress from hawaii and she posted a video explaining why she voted against the covert relief. Bill there is no way that anybody in congress had the opportunity or the time to go through and read this bill to know exactly what was in it. I've been here long enough to see how provisions are snuck into these bills. Here's what's left for you. You get six hundred bucks. I'll tell you in hawaii that in most cases won't even cover twenty five percent of your rent. It is an insult and a slap in the face to every single american in this country who is struggling because of this cova pandemic frankly that encapsulates my sentiments on six hundred bucks when we're spending nine hundred billion and some would say it's well into the trillions if you factor everything in here six hundred bucks and this is pelosi using her. This stuff could have happened before the election. And there's so much to say about this. This stuff could happen before the election. She withheld it. And now tulsi gabbard six hundred billion six hundred bucks in hawaii he would cover twenty five percents average person's rent there and she makes a valid point so the democrats don't care about you in the idea that they do and republicans don't continues to be one of these frustrating things. There's something else that tulsi gabbard has posted. Listen to this now for months. The cdc has been telling us that the elderly are the most vulnerable. But now they're recommending that one hundred million so called essential workers which means healthy people working in anything from liquor stores to telephone companies that they can get the vaccine before our grandparents can that members of congress like me we can get the vaccine before at risk seniors can now. Why do you think this is mr snerdley. Would you say well. He's not he's screening calls. Let me ask. Why do you think that seasoned citizens in nursing homes or otherwise. Wherever would not be high on the list for vaccines now. You might want to say well. If if you're looking obamacare they. They said that they not going to be productive off. There's no reason to spend a lot of money on keeping them alive because their days of productivity. Brian does what obamacare said. That's why people came along and considered death panel sarah palin death panels that were death panels and bama care and their work. But i don't think that's the explanation here because the vaccine while it does have some relationship to Productivity being able to work most season citizens it is thought are conservative. Most of them vote republican. I'm just throwing it out. I don't even know that that's necessarily true. But i know that a lot of people believe it to be here's Here's bob bob in coronado california great to have you sir. Hello hey rush I wouldn't do some very simple math on the radio which you've often cautioned about. You started to do it About an hour ago and that is basically with this kobe. Relief package of nine hundred billion dollars. You take if you'll let me round our population to three hundred million people in divide that into nine hundred billion dollars. That comes out exactly to three thousand dollars per person. Twelve thousand dollars for a family of four and if i was trump. I would veto this. Bill i would say look pick a number and say we want it. I would rather give mine. I mean i would rather give three thousand dollars to all these people which covers five times more than six hundred dollars covers. And i'm not gonna sign this. Bill and trump would become the most popular president of both parties instantly no money to pakistan for gender studies. No money to the sedan. None of the other Bs stuff that's in this bill. Your thoughts. I think it's interesting that it would if you up to three thousand dollars per person if the whole thing were devoted to the american people and you round the population of three hundred million and you figure that each one would get three thousand dollars. That's that would be Fascinating envisioning trump making the speech. But where i disagree. Excuse me. I don't think that he would become the instant hero of the democrats. I think the the hatred of trump is so ingrained that no there's nothing he can do to turn democrats other than the ones he's already converted into supporters of his i. It'd be great if it happens. But i think that they've been so successful in manipulating the emotions of democrats to just hate the hell out of donald trump. that even if he did that i don't. I don't think that would be the end result. But even if don't think that's the reason he shouldn't do either it'd be great point to make it would wake people up where they end up supporting him or not and of course a little late to support him because the elections in the rear view mirror now but if you tell people that if the coverted relief bill were actually aimed at the american people each american three thousand dollars when extend you're getting six hundred would be power. Oh yeah that's right. I got explain to you. I teased earlier california. They passed this massive tax increase on the rich. The rich start moving away. California's oh no your not you do that. And we are still gonna find you and we're going to get your money and i'm going to tell you how they're going to do it as a lesson as a precursor by. Hey welcome back folks. Great to have your weather's rush limbaugh back at the excellence in broadcasting network telephone number if you want to join us in our final big broadcast hour today is eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two me ask you quick question. What do you think. Donald trump's greatest legacy will be. What's that supreme court well ears. Here's my list. And i think i'm gonna have to add that to it. Because that's not a nice supreme court three conservative justices right giving a supposed- six to three majority okay Operation warp speed. I e the vaccine. Oh by the way. I rem- pelosi back in two thousand eighteen referred to a one thousand dollar tax cut as crumbs. Remember that and she's she's out there calling six hundred dollars per citizen for covert relief significant significant six hundred bucks today significant a thousand dollars two years crumbs as she attacked trump. Okay so supreme court operation warp speed highlighting the need for national election reform identifying the boy that that is such a big one you realize. Trump has been hammering the chinese since he was opening his campaign. Two thousand fifteen even before that trump is the guy who literally made news quite. You may be news. That hunter biden and joe biden had a relationship with chai com business interests. How about identifying the deep state problem exposing the fake news media how about creating the greatest economy in american history by way of massive reductions in regulations and tax cuts. I think one of the biggest legacies trump's gonna have is making us energy independent. I tell you. I worry that this is going to be lost. I worry that biden is going to reverse this. I think biden's going to come up. With a way to reinvigorate the iran deal. And i think it's going to result in the united states losing its energy independence but the united states becoming energy independent. That was not on the drawing board for globalists. They obama crowd. That was no no no not not know that we can accomplish our goals if the us becomes energy independent if the united states becomes a net exporter of energy of oil. Is that that gums up. The works like you can't believe you watch. I don't know how long it's gonna take. If we lose. Our status is energy and it will require purposeful strategies to bring that about. And if that happens you'll have f- if that happens. If the democrats literally biden his is crew actually succeed in revoking our energy independent Folks that would be the biggest indication of what we're up against. How about bringing an unheard of level of peace and cooperation. The middle east. And how did that happen. By the way why i think moving the embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem. Every president had promised to trump actually did it. And i think finding a way to get all of these middle eastern arab states to unite with israel because of iran. And i'll guarantee you this. The the biden administration or obama to is going to do everything they can to reignite the iran deal which will get iran nuclear weapons. They're going to do everything they can to unwind. What trump did with iran including these remarkable new relationships with middle eastern arab states and israel. Now my my point is that only an outsider could have achieved all of that. There's nobody that that works. In the washington establishment there's nobody that is part of the washington careerist establishment that would have even wanted to accomplish any of that it would not have even been on their radar operation warp speed. Like i said earlier they would accept the notion. You don't get vaccines for four years. Five years takes a long time. What even tried. China was not a problem. They wouldn't do anything and upset. China they would even think of the deep state why nobody was ever supposed to have heard of it. Nobody was ever supposed. To have discovered it they would not have facilitated that they would not have created the greatest economy in history and they wouldn't have cut regulations. They wouldn't have cut taxes if hillary had won why we would have continuation of the obama economy which was stagnation and a belief in the bill in the theory that well there's a new era of decline economically and the days of Kids doing their parents are over. The american economy is not going to be strong enough to do that anymore. We don't deserve to be strong enough to do things like that. So you Get to the new. America constant state of decline. But we're here to manage it for you so they would have never thought to make. Us energy independent. They would not have thought it was possible but my point is and of course. The supreme court I don't even think a standard republican president would have stuck in with cavenaugh. They would a broom cabinet the first sign of trouble for example and they would not have tried for amy coney barrett before the election. So right there. Two of these three new judges would have never happened even if there were a traditional republican in the white house so my point is only an outsider could have achieved all of this. Fresh set is indefatigable spirit relentless work ethic. This is a hell of a lot to get done. In essentially three and a half years and only a bunch of collectivists socialists would stop at nothing to cheat this incredibly successful helpful person out of a second term because they are threatened by this very list of things where you seek to identify. Trump's greatest legacy. Okay a california plan. This is the wall street journal. Has the story. this is from four days ago. i. I'll bet not many of you have heard about this california's legislatures considering a wealth. Tax on residents part year residents and any person who spends more than sixty days inside the state's borders in a single year. Even those who move out of state would continue to be subjected to the tax for ten years the california probably it says here probably allows a statewide wealth tax on residents but any effort to create tax capable of reaching across state borders is likely to run afoul of the us constitution. Well who's gonna care about that. We've got a democrat in the white house democrat out in the state house of california's gonna care about the constitution. Here's here's the point in california. They created a wealth tax. They're out of money. They can't print it. They can't go into debt like we can like the federal government can so they're constantly in need of money and the way they doing his way. The democrats always do it go after the rich go after the wealthy so they create this new wealth tax which is forcing people to leave. Like i left new york in one thousand nine hundred seven now. The democrats have not figured out how to well. Actually they did. They pursued me for over ten years phantom audits and demands and claims that i was secretly living in new york where i was anyway. They have now said that. If you think you're going to escape this tax by leaving california you better think again because we're going to tax you the same wealth tax. We're gonna tax you wherever you end up for ten years. The california constitution probably allows statewide wealth tax on residents but any effort to create a tax capable of reaching across state borders likely to run a foul. Us constitution. do they not know at the wall street journal. The democrats don't give a rip about the u. s. constitution. Don't they know at the wall street journal. That nothing the democrats or the left ever wants runs afoul of the. Us constitution the range of people that california proposes to in snare with this tax is staggering for example every student attending college in california. Anyone having a major medical procedure at a california hospital and needing an extended in-state recovery period. And those who spent two months in california away from new yorker london winters. This is the sixty day thing that they're imposing if you are in california for more than sixty days not a hundred and eighty you're in california for more than sixty days we're going to tax you as a resident essentially eze under this tax law. There is no distinction between a non resident for minnesota and a non resident from dubai. The proposed wealth tax would fall on a star. High-school college athlete who grows up in california becomes a wealthy professional in their state. After graduation it would grab a scientist who develops a drug to cure cancer years after leaving. California i mean it. It will basically allow california to slap a tax unproductive people who leave the state to get away from these taxes for ten years. I mean it's just incredible so this is how they're going to do it other states will then pick up on this and institute the same kind of thing. 'cause leftists cannot stop taxing people. I want to see how they're going to deal with this. Have you heard about the rosebowl. Moving from pasadena. Well you can't do the game because the shutdown so the rose bowl is being moved to jerry jones stadium. At and t. Park in dallas. Thanks to the coronavirus. Pandemic and the strict state-wide shutdown orders from gavin newsom. The college football playoff game known as the rose bowl will not be played in pasadena. It's gonna be played in arlington texas at. At and t. Stadium home cowboys. State of california may not want your money but texas is going to be happy to take. This decision was reached saturday with a tournament of roses and the cfp management committees. It's all about playing the game in a venue that will allow family and friends into the stadium to watch it so These people they're on their own. They are on a they are being who they are the american people who have no excuse not to know this gotta take a break. We'll be back her. You great to have you with us. My friends we Celebrate christmas week here on the eib network. we're back to the phones. Pendleton oregon. This is richard. Hello sir this is honor to talk to you. I'm so happy. I very much appreciate that for thirty years. My question is if The socialist party ends up stealing this election. Would president trump run in twenty twenty one. Well i don't know he says he's going to. He's he's He's made that clear on a couple of occasions But who knows what's going to happen. Twenty twenty four. Who knows what's going to happen. Twenty twenty two or twenty twenty even twenty twenty twenty one. And we don't even know so what is your. What is your point. You don't think he should. I think that he should. I'm kinda thinking that They might wish that he would have been able to win the election fairly which is what he should have done but that way they would be done with him in their mind in four years. Now they're gonna have to listen for the next four years if they did about him. Running in twenty twenty four way. The They are and a half to listen to him for the next basically as he as he continues to constantly campaign for it. You mean yes yep okay. So how could they have prevented that or is that not your point. They might have been in. They might look back and think they would have been better off. Had he had they not stole the election from and they would have been able to and their minds get away. You know. they wouldn't have to deal with him anymore. After twenty twenty four no way. The only people think like that or us. We are the only people who think we win by losing the democrats. Don't think that way they would never occur to them to let trump be president for two terms and they can get rid of him once and for all would never occur to them. Now we do this all the time back in nineteen ninety-two people calling here rush. We need to let bill clinton win. We need to show people. How rotten socialism is we need people learn how rotten and how destructive the democrat. Party's become therefore we need to win by losing. And i have heard this from countless other people through the years about democrats. We need to let that guy win rush the and let people know how social ism or democrat party. Politics is or what have you. I don't think that the left. I don't think the democrat party would ever think there's anything on the upside to letting trump win in twenty twenty. So they can be rid of him for good in in two thousand twenty four. I'll guarantee of this. They were scared to death that if trump had another four years that they might not win anything again. There might be such great things happening in this country after four more years of trump that the american people wouldn't have want any part of the democrat. That would be a distinct possibility. It's also possible that the democrats would have literally pulled out all the stops defeat to impugn to wipe trump out in these next four years. But they weren't gonna sit by and even let him win and had he won they weren't gonna sit by let him govern. We've already determined that. This is kristie. Christine springfield missouri. You're next hello. Mary christmas rush limbaugh. You're a true. American patriots are this. Oh what an honor. And i just have to say real quick. Let's add one other accomplishment to president trump endless list and that is his stand for life he will be blessed for that. But my the main reason i called rush was to say i agree with the gentleman called earlier. I don't want this six hundred dollars. They can keep. It is an insult lap in the face to give all that money to other nations. I don't want the money. I would urge president please sir. Don't sign this bill. I'm in if there was ever something that begged to be vetoed. It's this absolutely no question about it now. I have this list. It's been two hours since. I ran through that list. There may be people listening right now. But don't know exactly what you're talking about. No fall to bears Other than that. They weren't listening here when i did it. And we could blame them for that. But i also through the list again After the break here coming up at the bottom of the hour which might be wise to do that. Because you hear what. I said about paul. C. two thousand eighteen. She called a one thousand dollar tax. Bonus peanuts called it crumbs now. Says the six hundred dollar corona virus Is truly great. I mean it's she knows and she can keep her money now. I understand the out on a lot of people. Probably do spit even even if there wasn't this money going elsewhere. Six hundred bucks started giving them money way. That's that's an insult Welcome back great to have you with this rush. Limbaugh half my brain tied behind my back just to make it fair okay. Let me very quickly run through some of the additional spending on this covered relief bill and actually my friends. The spending in this bill is actually much worse because this bill which is five thousand five hundred some odd pages is not just a covert relief. Bill the nine hundred billion dollar covert relief. Bill was just tacked on to the year. End one point. Four trillion dollar appropriations bill and that keeps the government from shutting down. Don't you know we always go through this. Every january there was a threat of government shutdown. So we have a one point. Four trillion dollar appropriations bill to keep the government running. You add the nine hundred billion dollar kovin relief bill. And what do we have. Well two point three trillion dollars and that's even pretending that the nine hundred billion dollars is all for covert relief and it isn't it's an absolute boondoggle and it's typical the point that i made at the beginning of the program going through this is welcome to returning the way things used to be. This is exactly the way things used to be before trump was elected. It's right out there. In the open starts with this family members of illegal aliens are now able to get stimulus checks under this new bill and it's retroactive so they can also get the previous twelve hundred dollars that's given out so family members of illegal aliens are able to get stimulus checks nine hundred six hundred bucks. Plus the previously allocated twelve hundred eighteen hundred for them family members of illegal aliens. There is billions of dollars going to foreign aid hundred and sixty nine million dollars to vietnam. Unspecified amounts to continue support for nonprofits for higher education in kabul afghanistan. One hundred ninety eight million dollars to bangladesh one hundred thirty million dollars to napalm how for development and democracy programs puckey stan fifteen million dollars for democracy programs and ten million dollars for gender programs. This is in the covert relief. Bill that gets you six hundred dollars. Sirri you ready for this up to fifteen million dollars for the refurbishing of a high endurance boat a type of patrol boat a cutter. I kid you not. Sri lanka is getting fifteen million dollars to repair one of their patrol boats. Five hundred five million dollars to the central american superpower belise costa rica el salvador guatemala honduras nicaragua and panama to address key factors that contribute to the migration of unaccompanied undocumented. Minors to the us are you kidding. Me five hundred five million dollars to address what start key factors that contribute to the migra so five hundred five million dollars to these nations in central america to stop it how to address key factors that contribute to the migration of maybe it's to increase it. The democrats think we need to increase the numbers of illegals white five hundred and five million dollars. Four hundred sixty one million dollars to columbia for programs related to counter narcotics and human rights. Seventy five million dollars to the caribbean basin security initiative. I just tax breaks for racehorse owners. It's the way things used to be a just four short years ago back to the phones. We go jonathan mission. Viejo california. you're up next on. Glad you waited. I rush mary christmas. We're we're praying for you and we love you. I think you know. I thought about this the other day you know. You're as important to my generation. The gen xers as george washington and john adams jefferson were to the founding generation. Is you you make that big of a difference in your that important in we love you ran for you. Thank you very much. that's overwhelming. I can't thank you enough for that. So listen rush. I i'm i'm the c o of a small business here in southern california and we've been working remote for the past almost year and we've not had a very good year and i think a lot of that has been related to covid. We made a strategic decision to have people come back into the office on january fourth and then at the beginning of december this bureaucratic body Called the california division of occupational safety and health. They release their guidelines for coming back to work. And what we're supposed to follow and rush. this is the biggest bunch of bs. I've ever read unbelievable what they and this. This is for every business in california. You were required to follow this. Let me let me tell you one of the things that what we're supposed to do all right we're supposed to we're supposed to check the quality of our outside air with our air conditioning. Units to make sure that there's enough outside air coming into the office. Yeah how the hell you're supposed to do that. That's that's a great question. I would like to know good quality of your outside air with your air conditioning. Units to make sure there's no outside air coming in the offices. Well how the hell is dishing work. If it doesn't make sure that's happening. I i don't know i mean like i guess maybe they want us to put you know dollar air filters on each of our registers and it's going to be something like that unreal. So here's another good one so we're trying to bring people back right and they tell us we're supposed to physically distance and here's one of the ways that we're supposed to physically distance by eliminating the need for workers to be in the workplace you you you want to bring them back. You wanna relocate them in the office. Read that to me again. Eliminating the need for workers to be in the workplace. Exactly how would you already done. That have already demonstrated you know how to do that. Exotic so we're supposed to bring people back by eliminating the neat what we're supposed to just shut the company down. Let them go. I mean i. It is if you eliminate the need for them to be in the workplace then of course you're signing onto not bringing back right. Yeah i mean it. It's a completely asinine what they've written here. And this is unelected bureaucrats who have the power to control every business in california. I know it so well. I mean it just it makes me sick and it and here in the left coast. Beautiful california where we have to deal with this kind of stuff and well. I'm curious why what what has changed out there to make you think you could even without these. These osha rigs that you to share. What made you think you can bring them back anyway. Because i've aren't most california businesses not yet ready for that. Well you know they rush. We have been told that the kind of business that we're in we're essential right so we've been deemed essential by the state so we have the ability to bring people back. We had decided not to do it for a little while because people were scared. And you know you do want to keep morale up and so for the first couple of months. Things were fine but as we've gotten into the year we've noticed a huge difference in the way that we communicate in the morale of the company and the way we interact with each other. We can't continue to run the business this way. We need people here in the office. And i think a lot of companies are figuring this out. You know At the start is like great. I'm going to work from home. Yeah well know things distracting businesses. But the tim cook. The ceo of apple said within the past couple of weeks that they're not going to be bringing people back at the earliest until july. Twenty twenty one. No i don't know how that's feasible and for a small business. How are you supposed to get people to adapt to your culture when you don't have them around you that's not possible you know. We have a way we need to do things. We need to train people. We need to bring him on our. Show them what we do. You can't do that remotely. That's very difficult for a small business to do that. But the state of california seems to think it's completely possible and fine and all the businesses are going to run just the office that these these these bureaucracies that have never ever had to make a payroll. They've never run a business. Slap these regulations on you that are just nonsensical and they illustrate a flat out. Total ignorance the way. The business world works in their own state. Yeah anyway one thing one thing. I've thought about a couple of times. I don't think people have made a good point of dealing with even president trump when he was doing his campaign for for the election. You know there is no danger for any of these unelected bureaucrats or even our elected senators representatives and california federal government. None of them are going without a paycheck. None of them. That's exactly right to no matter. What the people making. These regulations are never going to face a loss of income. They're never gonna face it. These government staff pukes and so forth. You're absolutely hundred percent correct. I wish i had more time. Jonathan but i gotta go on a little long now but i'm really glad you got through and i very very much appreciate your words at the beginning of the call got to take a quick time out folks be right back. It's the fastest three hours in media. And let's see. Let's make the most of it. Back to adam in lancaster county pennsylvania. Hello rush Thank you so much for taking my call. Merry christmas answer. You are definitely family to me. it's not open lines friday but i need to tell you what i mean by family. grow up lifelong listener. Thanks to my father jeff. Green and my grandfather monroe. Um we've always listened to you and my grandfather was fortunate enough to go see you live in your studio. Tv show yeah. He passed away. When i was in high and when i think of him i can picture him clearly. Picture him in your studio looking up at the monitors like he's not supposed to look in his lips three years ago. I was driving with my wife after particularly rough year. turned on the radio. And you were. There started tear up and my wife said what's going on. I said because what. I listen to rush when i listen to you. I remember my grandfather and i remember my father who lives in south carolina. And every time. I hear you all three together. Your voice sir. Transcends time and space whether you're listening in heaven where you're listening on earth we all thank you. That is Heart-stopping that's that's That's incredible and you know i. I happen to know what you mean. Which is why it's so meaningful. I've had i've had similar Things happen. I just short example. Here i remember one of the reason. I like mannheim steamroller is. I was in an airplane around christmas. Time and i was. I was Flying out to california had a Rushed access tour. Stop headed to my father had recently passed away of thinking about him and i'm looking out the window. I've got a window seat and it's a crystal clear night with with the moon just as as visible as it can be and mannheim. Steamroller is on my my tape deck. That's what we used back then to listen to music there were no such thing as i pods or things that and so i've had this. I had marvelous remembering 's remembrances of Of my dad. While i'm listening to mannheim steamroller and it made me every time i heard mannheim steamroller is what made me think of my dad. It was we all have these connections. I am so honored and flattered to be yours. I i'm what to say. I just this profound appreciation. I'm glad you got through. And i really really do appreciate very much all of afternoon. Well that's at my friends we We have one more day before the end of the year before. And that'll be tomorrow and don't miss it looking forward to it Myself so again. Appreciate very much all of your patients your understanding and your excitement over what's to come see you tomorrow. Absolute weapon in a world of an ever changing economic landscape. How on earth can i get some financial stability in my life. I'm david grosso. 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"Attended you listeners. Boys Nice boys it just. Did this show Adam Curry Johnson Devora. They may twenty four twenty twenty. This is your award-winning nation media. Assassination episode twelve hundred forty five. This is no agenda. Muzzle Van Broadcasting Live from opportunities thirty three frontier of Austin Texas capital of the drone star staying in the morning. Everybody I'm Adam curry from northern Silicon Valley. We're all watching. Joe Biden scrambled to the finish line. I'm just he'd been buzzkill. It never ceases to amaze me how the globe and of course I monitor British papers and Dutch papers and some German that it doesn't matter how many people are dead or presumed dead from covid. Nineteen a good racial controversy. That is what get everybody gets pumping with. That would have been better food as a gay controversy now because no no. That's your old theory. Not My no. He doesn't know he. He needs the black vote not the votes. He's got the gay vote. If I can just call that screw that up to I could just call it that everybody. You're now the gay vote this gave. Oh this is what I'd like to feel black. They go you gave vote black. Vote now man. They care about this. Did you talk about this with moe facts? Well thank you for asking Mo- texted me normally. Would we do the show on Saturday? He said I have to see the Sunday morning shows. He says I'm building the files so they were GonNa do it tomorrow and I can't wait because you know this is this could be a real make or break moment for Biden. I don't think I don't think you can overcome it. You know why I'll tell you why. Okay I'm all ears. This is his very fine people moment. This will be used by the right by the Republicans are chain you. As their version of very fine people people was ally. Yes did do this. Yeah but I'm just saying it's something that keeps coming back and we'll never go away and it's written you know it's it's usual to that yet. Is I kind of like have mixed feelings about it? Because on the one hand we're always giving trump a passers joking around and binding. Kinda joking around this is what is his campaign. That woman campaign manager of his She's dancing around the Simone Sanders. Actually pretty good deflecting in pushing away just rejecting it and you know she has the right. She has the right look to do that. She's black yes she has the right. Look exactly it the whole thing you want. Let's play cut. Let's play through it. Was you or me was a me odd. Okay do well. No I heard it? I heard a window sound very odd. That may have been the printer. All you mean a windows one of those messages bringing some like that. Yeah we got a bunch of so we got some buying clips I have two of you know besides the breakfast club disaster. Which is what you're talking about. Did you see the whole interview? I did not. I saw a good part of it. I did not see the whole thing. Don't wait Zephyr. Three three or five. Six seven still low ball economy. This is the official Zephyr economic indicator. We are not out of the woods yet. I repeat we are asked to go to eight. We have seven car Zephyr economy at the moment. We need eight to see green shoots. I've been watching C. N. lecture life. I've been watching. Cnbc you yes. He's part of our L. recovery plan so biting. I think we have a lot to do about the clip showing. You probably have a couple things. Yeah I just have a couple things and then we will obviously get to some corona virus stuff but this is just so much so light. Hearted is more entertaining definitely virus. This shows is depressing. So right I just have some general kind of booby stuff that he was saying although this popped up and this is part of because he did a number of appearances in the past couple of days and this was part of it. I'm sure you've heard this. I'm going to be Joe Biden and I thought that was a worthy contender for end of show. Eyeso- but he and I thought it was. He literally said that and of course no one bats an eye. I'm going to be Joe Biden. All Right Joe fine but what I wanted to play. Just a little bit of the whole thing is seven minutes and You get the idea and it's actually more fun to watch. The video is what is trending on social media. Now is the it's titled Black. Americans have a message for Joe Biden just to give you an idea of what kind of impact this has had in our fellow. Americans a problem figuring out whether you're for mayor trump and you ain't black Joe Biden things. I'm not blink. Joe Biden does not big on Black Joe Biden said for an Black Joe Biden does not think I am black. Doesn't think on bland so I've got a message for by doesn't think that I'm black if I don't vote for him. Joe Biden the black because the money give Joe Biden. Newton cannot say you. I'm black okay. I don't support Joe Biden report. Donald Trump thank you very much. I am black in. I'm not voting. Joe Biden this goes on to set for seven minutes. And it's It's kind of a a mega cuts bigger than a super cuts. And it's just. It's really like to me devastating a the impact that this had could. This has an impact and this is a core problem with the Democrat Party and how they've treated African Americans as I've learned from Mo Mo facts without him curry because I'm not a some. I've picked up some knowledge along the way but the idea that you're black you vote Democrat. That has been the idea. It's been and there's a whole history as to why that is Kinda came about with Lyndon Johnson. He's the one who set it up. And he's the one who talked to his recordings in in the museum with him going on us as keep the black vote for the next one thousand years. It was a civil rights. Act Yes and if you really want a whole history in that show or something you can listen to from episode. One is not that many anyway. It is incredibly insulting it. It confirms so many things that are said already. You know the plantation all of that. It confirmed everything and and the thing was I think. I don't think it was simone but one of his handlers was trying to get almost if they knew that his time is over you you. You've got no more time for the interview. Vice President we gotta go. It's like oh come on man and he's in all of a sudden he spits. This one out at the very end interview was over. He was safe. You have no no. I don't have do you have it? I want to hear it added a bunch of these start with By the way I want people to know part of the process. Is You do your clips a day earlier when I get into the studio in the morning and I have a whole list of stuff I wanNA do. I'll look at what we're overlap. There is an AL pullback so I saw what you got you know I saw hydroxy so biden them like groovy so I got other stuff and let's row abroad. Clueless just showing podcast is how to do it by non to be fast club combative. He's he's combative on the show and I thought that he was like getting into arguments constantly and this is a good example. A lot of black voters including myself feel in the Democrat. Take Black voters for granted. I want a larger share. The black vote than anybody has including Morocco. They're the folks as they say. My Way Brung me to the dance. That's how I got elected. We had Hillary on a few years ago. Mrs Clinton said that the Crime Bill. May We made a Lotta mistakes. That and she wanted to atone for that by becoming. The next president like Jane was wrong. What happened was and wasn't a crime bill. It was the drug legislation. That's really our time I apologize. You can't do that. The black media that the white medium block made it because my wife has to go on at six o'clock. I hadn't actually focused on. What just happened there. Charlemagne who is basically Comma Harris a surrogate and very well connected in upper circles to. He says you can't do that to black media which by itself is is has racial connotations. He's kind of setting it up. It's like you can't do that to black media. Then Joe comes back with something about black and white media hadn't even heard that part that the white medium block media because my wife has to go on at six o'clock. What does that have to do with his wife? I don't know I can't do that to white medium block me because my wife has to go on at six o'clock then you gotta come see us when you come to New York. Bp by that that will that's one of the other one is this this is Biden versus breakfast club. The short take you got more questions. I tell you if you have a problem figuring out whether you're for mayor trump and you ain't black they don't have nothing to do with trump with the I want something for my community. I would love to see my record man. I said at the voting rex. Twenty five years I have record that is second to none then. Aa. Cpa's endorsed me. Every time I've run the world I mean. Come on take a look at the record. This this could have been a win moment right here if Joe had uttered the word tangible Of course reparations. But he's not going to do that but if he had said. Yeah we'RE GONNA I'm GonNa do something tangible. He would've had fifty percent of the battle one because it's all coded words at this point. And that's what Charlemagne was asking for is like I want something for my people. What are you going to give me and Jogos come on man? Look we gave you charlemagne anything not just bragging about in another interview. Charlemagne was on another show on. Msnbc and he says the problem was which would have you done for me lately. Yes and so and now. I've got one clip here. This is one of the MSNBC political analyst during the back story on the whole event. And I thought this would be worth listening to care. What does this titled Biden Backstory? Your the back story on this whole conversation actually goes back quite a ways into the primary in which just about every. Democratic presidential hopeful appeared on this a popular show the breakfast club except for Joe Biden. And what was so interesting about that? Of course that the black boat they African American vote was so critical for Joe Biden. It's really the reason he is now. The apparent nominee and so the show had been very critical of him in pressuring him to still appear on the show and finally they managed to get together and during was really a twenty minute conversation. There was some tense back and forth really pressing Joe Biden about some of his past policy positions like the Crime Bill. Nineteen ninety-four Crime Bill. Of course like on drug legalisation marijuana legalization specifically but even with the you know tough back and forth was moment at the end there. That was what really got Biden in trouble just as they were wrapping things up and of course. The trump campaign jumped on that so quickly we did see of course as you mentioned the former vice president racing this afternoon to try to clean that up we also saw his campaign trying to take do some damage control during the day. Let's take a listen to what Simone Sanders said on? Msnbc earlier this afternoon the tone of the interview at the end were set jest. But I want to be clear about what he was saying. Well Vice President Biden LASAGNA's evil put his record and his track record up. Um With the African American community an in the African American community up against Donald trump any single day period skin. Oh exactly so after this by. Does this apology. And we knew what kind of apology was going to be performed. It was GONNA be no apology and it should. Klein explained the performance of just moment. Well that's where you don't really you. A good example is. Let me tell you this. Thank about that you just did it. Which means or here's the truth about that. Even let let me tell you about that. It's just like you're not. Why don't you just say is almost one of those tricks of watching a body language? Guy One of my favorite ones is crazy looking character who did biden a saying that Tnn terror read the whole thing. This bullcrap right and the by language guy was finding stuff there that it was obvious. That Biden was lying the whole time but all the things he was doing and the way was presenting things in a way it was denying everything was always just kind of US almost secondhand this particular apology by buying a lot of people played. It's hard to get the whole thing. I've five found where I think is the whole thing and it had been edited. And they edit. There's there's a funny thing these guys. I think they're doing it on purpose. Because they edit in such a way that is obviously been edited. Have you noticed this like you? You play something but his poorly edited and is almost on purpose sir. Well I think it's become a form very similar to the jump. Cut and Flash Cross that has become rampant. That is just style and this is a part of the new radio to radio lab. So here's the apology. And you tell me. Where's the apology thing? I wanted to not shouldn't have been such a wise guy. I shouldn't have been so cavalier. And that I thought was a anyway was I. Don't take it for granted at all and no one. No one should ask the vote for any party based on their race religion. The background for african-americans. You think that trump is worth voting for. I don't think so. I'm prepared for my record against his. That was the bottom line and it was. It was really unfortunate. I shouldn't have been so cavalier. It sounds like he's apologizing for responding to the comment about black media. I think that's where that's consultant wrote. This is up there with this up. Update was your clip of Cuomo. I don't know if it's as great as your clip with Cuomo not apologizing for all the dead people in the nursing homes. But it's not no it's not. It's not groveling this this this really required some groveling and he ended when he's in. Biden's when he says well I'm just wish I was just responding to then. He cuts himself off like he does half the time because he can't finish the sentence but he cuts himself off and so we don't know what he was responding to but when he's now you think he was just probably responding viscerally comment about black media. That's the way he's making it sound. But that's what consultants told him to say. I guess I don't know or the job will worse than that. I have two more clips in relinquish the Biden stuff unless you have anything. He'd also appeared on some other shows and it was on Cnbc TOLD JOE is watching. This is a short clip. But just listen to what he plans on doing about taxes. When asked specifically Ms vice-president did I just wanted to clear one more thing for sure. You're on record. You would repeal the tax cuts immediately and then raise taxes even further right away even if the economy is still in the midst of this pandemic. Would you do that? If elected I would repeal the two trillion dollars tax cut for the folks who making over a million bucks a year because as demonstrated as demonstrated little or no grow for the corporate the corporate tax rate. I moved back to what I had proposed at twenty eight percent but we have proposed at twenty eight percent. What is he doing? What does he know what he's talking about repatriated billions hundreds of billions of dollars? So now is that was. That was the deal. Bring it back here. Build some stuff. I think. I think there's been some bright that was idea. We don't corporations going overseas right. Emigrants went to corporations in China was I guess. I'm sure some Republicans want it to but it makes no sense but that was the deal with the corporation to China. But that was the deal you know. We have companies building chip fabs in America apples building on all kinds of stuff entire spaceships. I mean If Joe please don't do that if you get elected joe like that maze not getting elected. Cause night's sound like clooney back exactly so Joe Did a speech to the Asian American Pacific Islander Group of some sort it. It was one of these. And he was just rambling. He's low energy. Must've been at the end of the day but but again here he goes. He's being ruined. I only have a few sub clips. He's being ruined and this is actually what you're going to hear is is not anything. I did or anything anybody did. This is actually on the feed to the Pacific Islanders. An Asian American Group of people that were Democrats. I guess. I don't know they're supporting. He's very low energy as tired pooped and but to make it. Worse IS TECH. Team doesn't help much in this binding versus the phone as we speak today. More than ninety thousand Americans have now lost their lives. A staggered infuriate more. The nats heartbreaking to think how much fear how much loss how much agony could have been avoided. The president had wasted so much time and taking responsibility. If if we were writing a sketch for Saturday night live you could come up with this and it would be funny Had to happen one more time at one point he says rises the phones raises. Whose phone is that. So ice got that going on and it's really again low energy so the thinking is dragging his ass through this thing. He's not for ten minutes or more and so and he's an he's in that upstairs area to some guy lurking in the background. Who's in the shot? Yes I just thought it was really weird is head pops around and then POPs back. I saw that too is funny. Yeah and then. His whole body comes out later and then he's saying there and he's begging for meanwhile. I don't know why they're doing this or who's Mike in this? I have this. Guess Mike the which is the audience so they might the geese joe talking here. This is the second clip and IT S. He's trying to make some points a bunch of honking geese start making a racket him. It's almost sort of cosmic. Thing is the damnedest thing I've ever heard trump cruelly. Senselessly determined rollback that progress. We're going to stop him in his tracks together. We're GONNA take back the White House together. Insured of their government wants to reflexive and our country as a whole including my cabinet. We're going to build on the progress remain to deliver for this community on healthcare on climate. I'm building accommodate. Leaves no one behind right now in the midst of a tragedy and so many levels the pain? Your family members of France is so start so consuming can be hard beyond that. Okay I used to have geese and gives you can sum up had Swan Swan's or okay geese are dicks and and they have that. Honk is in a mid range that just pierces through everything as. It's no wonder that that's that's really accentuated. In this you know again. Someone's clearly stuck a microphone into an iphone and there's no mixing going on. It's its head Shaker. This is the future the future of PO potentially future president. No no no. But it's it's unbelievable rings the geese there. Why is the door open wild tape? I mean what is the point of this to get the door open? They got a guide lurking back there. There's geese honking. Don't they rouse the geese? Just plenty of room move on get him. Outta there. This brings me to a clip that I put it in here just for fun and case we're gonNA just fit perfectly. I would like you to now. You remember Jill Abramson I think you know obviously I read the New York Times like all day long. Manley on my ipad so Jill Abrahams a former editor of the New York Times. When I heard someone sent me a recording of a raven and hurry all day long mainly on my ipad could be. She's a raven vocal. Fryers ARE ACTUALLY RAVENS. And they and they fly away. Notice that Raymond's had vocal fry. But now that you think about we have ravens around here. They don't show up a lot. There's we have crows mostly and they keep place experience with the Ravens. Do Show up. They make a lot. Of course you're in Berkeley. Of course you've got the ravens that's where that's where the Hummers are from. Man That is that is the og Berkeley Hummer sound. So you've got ravens. I just I'm just saying when you hear. Raven careful could be vocal fryer in disguise. It'll be okay So let's talk about mass moment masks or muzzle saw masks Ramaz. We went out again. this at Texas is now under a pretty much. We're open do your own thing although technically restaurants at fifty percent the still I think gyms they can't go to any a exercise places. They're still kind of limited for some reason but everything else just feels open. Heb The major supermarket chain at Texas his own. Heb No mask required. There's no Nazis at the door lines. No line no line. You can come in and go out as you go now. They say it's because they have everything properly ventilated which they do and they have a good system and they feel that they're comfortable and they're done and there are I'd say sixty percent people wearing masks outside inside everywhere and there's the other forty percent and we're not wearing masks and the most noticeable thing. No one cares no stink. I know no crazy looks either way. It's just whatever I don't care what you WANNA do. Fine go ahead. We went to the mall. The mall a when you come through one of the store entrances and we went through nordstroms and leave it. There are still malls in Texas at are operating and profitable operating. I've I don't know this one is ever going to be profitable after this half of it is it's a real problem. So nordstrom's big signs requirement all customers. We must wear masks and so we're walking around a little bit I. It's not a pleasant shopping experience with the mask and then we walk out into the mall. Poop MASK COMES OFF. You can walk around whatever you want plenty. People without mass with mass stores mask no mask wind up looking like I don't WanNa go on there. The require a mask and you just walk on. It wasn't super-busy but there were people. There was calmer stores were opened It's I think we're just basically open here in Texas and it feels pretty good so the beaches open well. I have a clip. I I have some news one of our producers on just want to get his name right because this came in In my very own. Po box you know exactly this is. This is Mark from the United States Space Force paper lasers Pew you've seen using donation notes so we sent the keeper and I two beautiful covid nineteen. Antibodies Positive Armband. I have an issue with them. The color I'd have an issue was made. I have an issue with the color. Exactly it's the wrong color. It should be green. This is more like great. Exactly I know I know. I know this is why we discuss these things on the show. It's very important we to in this case because we both saw the same thing I also received from Philip. Kerr who Very interesting fellow sent me along beautiful. Note Philip is a certified financial professional. Like Horowitz. So we can take your money and invest it and give more back to you how it always works. But in his spare time he makes holsters and since I was going to open. Carry with our new with our masks here. It's like. Oh you aware mass. I'm GONNA open carry. He made a beautiful hand tooled holster from my bursts of thunder. Three eighty. And just and I can't wait to have a full on shot with my cowboy boots with my covert band with my holster. And I'm good to go and my no agenda mass now. What more can you want? This is definitely Texas where things are good and we're open and I have a clip hathor several weeks being stuck inside thousands of blocks to Ballo peninsula to make the most of their time while acord and I need get golds G. weekend beats and a few drinks and GPS that in full swing get beaches on Bolivar Peninsula. This comes in. It's just across the state or reopening the coronavirus pandemic and beachgoers call. Your are still taking precautions to stay safe. Why some hands for twenty seconds. Keep them clean with German mortally. You have a good time. There's no issues but when you start acting silly like the sheriff said on previous interview we've got a jail. That's got a whole lot of empty holes. The sheriff's office have made at least sixty three arrests so far and connection a jeep weekend. Ask for the enforcement of social distancing. They say it's challenging to enforce. I mean you can. It's not possible to do that on this beach with the amount of people that we have here this. We can't do that. The additional presence of law enforcement has been a welcoming site for beachgoers given the history of this event so we're open in that regard that's Galveston Texas there. A little crazy over there but it does give us another two possible end of show ISOS acorn scene and like I need to get then. She looks just like she sounds and Then there's this one twenty seconds there's are both good. Let me give mine. I only have one well. Isn't that the one okay? Is the divide in one. So you ain't black it strong. It's very strong. I think it'd be a decent. Ender little traumatizing. The last show. If you if you recall the last show we went to a rigmarole to all these different ISOS and then you picked an old. Evergreen was yeah. I don't know I'm sorry. There was a reason for it but I've forgotten anyway. This is Memorial Day weekend in the United States where we honor the fallen soldiers of all of our wars who have died to protect your freedom and mine and so we need to go out and we need to celebrate. You heard how they're doing it in Texas. The Colonel Ambassador. Dr Colonel General burks the scarf lady. I've totally fallen out of love with. She had to something to say about how to do it. And listen children this introductory bakes. But it's also why we continue to recommend to the public very clearly that you can't tell who's infected and so that's why you have to continue to social distance. There's a lot healthy people out there with cove it at look healthy and so we're asked to be afraid in continuously for you all to be outside to enjoy your Memorial Day weekend. Do Play Golf to hike. Doctor felt she said do play tennis with Mark Balls and to be out with your families that you have a psychological trick that she did you know. This is a throwback or call back to the tennis balls that need to be marked was funny. I think it was very enlightening moment for everybody. Do you remember that she yes. She said play tennis with marked balls. But but there's no reason of all the things she could say. Yeah I agree. There's no reason to say. Just say play tennis. Yeah but but I think this is like a psychological trick to get you. Lighten up or loosen up to what she's saying. Cam Do play golf to hike doctor fouled. She said do play tennis with Mark. Balls and to be out with your families that you have been in the household with and to even consider sharing social distance space as long as you have utensils that are belonged to individuals and maybe can be thrown out immediately. There's a lot of things to think through. I know you can do this. I know the American people can do it. And so please go out this weekend understand you can go out. You can be outside. You can play golf. You can't play tennis with Mark. Balls get you know what I think. It's a sexual thing with her she wanted to have. She wants to be the sexy ha but it was. It was the New York woman this is this is where problem this New York woman where this comes from player lasted from the same household has to bring her own tennis balls so that you don't touch other people's with your hands you can kick also Hansen. So that was a funny moment at first and she's trying to capitalize on it like. Oh look at me. I'm also cute. I can't help but feel bad and it's disturbing woman can do it and so please as you go out this weekend understand you can go out. You can be outside. You can't play golf. You can't play tennis with Mark. Balls you can go to the beaches if you stay six feet apart but remember that that is your face. And that's a space that you need to protect him. Ensure that your social distance for others on thank you so this was a guidance. That was very cavalier. I was very cavalier but there was something that I thought was weird She says you can use these that utensils as long as you destroy them immediately and she didn't even consider the idea of taking the utensils and putting him in a dishwasher. I am with my family picnic bench and I got a bunch. Why do I need plastic forks? Why are plastic forks? My family eat with the utensils in the house. What do I need? Some special utensil. On Him in in the park I will get tossed. Makes no sense exactly but a lot of it doesn't make sense and then we had just before the weekend. Another twist remember that most of the country is is still in some form of lockdown and people definitely are not as into it and out the way we are here and we've also we have a little bit of a head start at of course. Florida and Georgia. But you don't hear about that. You're not going to see any of that. We have to see suppress people and don't sit on the beach and all that now. Here's Fauci we're supposed to stay home flattening no I. It was flattened the curve for the hospitals for the for the system. Then we have to. We have to lower the the the case rate death rate but yet we're testing there's more cases and then he comes out with this well eight. I have no disagreement. We must protect the most vulnerable and be yes depending upon the dynamics of the infection in the particular State City Region County. That you're in. We certainly want to in a cautious way reopening. We can't stay locked down for such a considerable period of time that you might do irreparable damage and have unintended consequences including consequences for help. And it's for that reason why the guidelines are being put forth so that the states and the cities can start to reenter and reopen. So we are enthusiastic about reopening and I think we can do it in a pace. That would be reasonable and that would get us back as a society from a morale standpoint as well as the economy. I don't want people to think that any of US feel that. Staying lockdown for prolonged period of time is the way to go. We had to do that when we had the that was exactly the way to go. That was exactly what we were supposed to do until the end of summer July toilet June was. That's exactly the same chill December explosion of cases but now is the time depending upon where you are and what your situation not not notice this but notice this. There's not one single mention of of curve models infection rate case rate death rate recovery rate antibody tests. Nothing just kids probably not a good idea to do this. This is not scientific. This is not a man of medicine speaking. This is a dip shit. Who doesn't know what he's talking about it so bad. That governor Cuomo is using this to his advantage to of course deflect from his culpability in sadly having thousand six seven thousand elderly infecting subsequently dying. So he gets to say stuff like this and he's right. We've been on pause for too long. The economy is slow. I don't have a paycheck. I had to get out of the house. We're all about an eugene aggressiveness. In New York the caution flag is they keep changing the facts on us. You know we make a decision based on facts. But then the facts change and you revisit. The same decision with a different set of tracks. And it's different. Well if you get this disease you have antibodies. And then you're immune okay so let's plan that all the people who test positive for antibodies. They can be the workforce that goes back safely because they can't get infected again they could get reinfected. That was the fact they gave us. So we test antibody tests came up. That's why there was such demand we do. The antibody test your positive for antibodies. You're clear to go back to work. Okay hold on. We're not sure about that anymore. What you said they the antibodies they were immune. Yeah but now. We're not so sure okay. New set of facts children and not affected. Okay let's see what we do about camp. So let's see what we do about school. Hold ON CHILDREN MAY BE AFFECTED? This inflammatory syndrome is more frightening than covert respiratory on this in some ways. Yeah I don't think he has that right but you see what's happening is he gets to push back essay and it's true because this is what's happened consistently every single fact has been changed has been moved and if anything comes out of this people will have calm. I hope lost some faith in this science and medicine shut up and let the professionals do it because they didn't know the unintended consequences actually ever set of the crash at the top and is the different you know they always science science science. Science is always throw this one little tidbit in there. You're saying science as your science nut beauty to discuss them safe nuclear energy and the science all will no. We can't do that. I mean how you'd be all science science science and then when you bring up something like that as a heyday. I can't is dangerous in any of this is all bogus bogus technocratic malarkey. There's no science here that it's all guesswork. Shot up already science. And you said I want you to know you did say Malarkey here. Here's a here's a set or Lark yet used to before here's a sad sad tale every year my mom. My Mom's birthday may twenty first. Dear Aunt Meg who of course is married and still happily married together with uncle don there now in their nineties. They've been Holed UP IN THEIR HOUSE FOR THREE MONTHS. Because you know they actually are. The people need to be protected. She always sends an email and she always talks about the yellow rose. Which was my mom's favorite. You send it to myself my sister. There's always a it's beautiful and it's so nice that she remembers she she and my mom close and so this year she sends a note and at the end. Says we are so ready to bust out of here. But we're doing well. Thank God. We have governor Cuomo. He's our guiding light and we can't wait to dump trump and I thought it is exactly these daily chats that he's doing the working that are very effective. Because what else are people going to do? Who are locked up the sitting there going okay. And he has no bells and whistles and then even the his brother calling in it's I'm sure it's some version of entertainment. And he took it to an extreme with via the mask competition because we. We know that we're not going to stop people. From leaving their homes and going back and getting business started the genie's out of the bottle but we need to have that final bit of control and it is the mask culture. The Muslim masks. Whatever you WANNA call it and he did a whole campaign a user generated. Psa contest may fifth. We announced a wear a mask in public campaign. And we ask people to submit vide- videos that and we would pick the winner by vote of the people and the winner would become a public service announcement. We had over six hundred submissions. That amazing the competition still open. And we're going to show you now. Five of the runner ups united. We stand divided we fall. We go not just obey the law but to obey the laws of Nature. Hope for unity in our community. We pray for normality in this calamity mask of not because I feel sick because I fear getting you sick mascot because days weeks months of breath and trump's is better than no one. My wife will soon have to raise the father. The son Now that's the public making that s the public max up mask up and I've noticed something and this was very apparent the mall where there's a lot of medium to Sub High Fashion. There is a model of mask which almost looks like The lower half of a football helmet if an enclosed football helmet with has a Chin Guard. And it goes what is it has pointy the two sides meet in the middle in a seem. It's in the front and what did effectively does is it. Sits away from your nose and from your mouth and it's not really an effective mass because stuff can get into the top. It says no pinch at the top it and it's a fashion item and the market is being flooded with these. And this is what you're going to see the Gucci models and and you know obviously we saw this coming but it's really going to be something that will be with us for a long time. People are going to have masks. It will be a fashion accessory. I don't know if you saw a list of Milano she This was pretty funny. Oh a Friday or Saturday. She Posted a picture of herself and her family like everybody. You got a mask up mass. Look at all the different masks John. She's wearing a knitted mask. Yeah this is typical a knitted mask. She just wear pantyhose so now this goes along with and luckily we have some documentation to back this up with the control. That governments are trying to enforce upon people in this situation what is leaked out. in the UK is a document from sage SAG. That was their advisory board. A Neil Ferguson. Was on this these guys that advise the well. I maybe go for her immunity. Then oh no we change the model. We got all locked down. So this isn't advisory group to the government and one of the documents which will be in the show notes show notes dot com is From March twenty second options for increasing adherence to social distancing measures and they have a matrix. It's only eight page document. But they have a matrix at the bottom. And I'll just go through that quickly. I so they have all these different things in different steps. You need to do so. I'll start at one. Provide a clear precise credible guidance about specific behaviors. This is to get people to lockdown to US media to increase sense of personal threat. Note the doors use media to increase sense of personal threat US media to increase sense of responsibility to others use media to promote positive messaging around actions Taylor messaging using promotes social approval for desired behaviors use and promote social approval for desired behaviors? Doesn't mean they're right. Consider enacting legislation to compel required behaviors consider use of social disapproval for failure to comply stink guy develop mobilise adequately resources community and infrastructure and provide financial material resources to mitigate effects. Now let's go to some of the specifics. Because it's just going to pick out a line to the highlighted in this document. This is all the guidance guidance now needs to be reformulated to be behaviorally specific. Who needs to do what precisely. And why and here we go. The perceived level of personal threat needs to be increased among those who are complacent using hard hitting emotional. Messaging to be effective. This must also empower people by making clear the actions they can take to reduce the threat. This is the author of this thing. Burn as it's out of the handbook man. It's it's one O one. Let me see if there's a thing at the bottom. What do they say? There's a lot of different credit references a sinister document. You're reading. Yeah was so disgusting that it's in the public domain. You think they could keep it a secret but these guys were so full of themselves. They don't see any reason to now. Let's put it out there. We'RE GONNA. That's manipulate the public and tell them how we're going to do it. Fifield Green Bay packers. Just ranch Tom what you're GONNA do it. Messaging needs to emphasize explained the duty to protect others. Messaging about actions need to be framed positively in terms of protecting oneself from the community increase confidence that they will be effective incentives them. Communication strategy should provide social approval for desired behaviors promotes social approval with approval within the community. Now we have a skip ahead a little bit to the fun stuff. Enablement weight had the complete compliance coercion. Coercion comes with legislation. That's the last the last part incentivisation. I mean have a look through it. And they're not bashful at all about how they're going to use media and messaging to make you comply and part of that apply to what to stay home and do as the government tells you and listen to the drone. What's the point of it? Well the point where they thought the point was was to save everybody's life member. I told you points and exercise in one world government. Well that's what it starting to look like. Yes do you remember. I told you about Maria. The dog motorhome. T's a very famous statistician in the Netherlands who's been completely marginalized because you yes. Yes you have actually given us a little lecture about this guy. He has been marginalized. He's been kicked to the curb so I sent him a note. I said Maurice GotTa Talk to you especially about the marginalization. He's like within two seconds. I'm on we'll do it Tuesday. I also have sensational new material. So that could be thousands of sealed indictments. I don't know but I'm very excited to talk to the dog. He's very he works with my dad. The guy's been around and he's he's he's quite famous. He's worked for corporations and doing stuff but always says the political analysis to us. Pretty Funny Interestingly public health officials in Ohio just talking about masks and coercion have Well he came out and they said hey could anyone who's black avoid gang symbolism on your face mask and I guess they had to apologize for that and then I thought wow are no agenda masks are kind of kind of gang looking in a way careful but then the unintended consequences and this is what I think. people will. I believe that worldwide people are going to say hold on a second. No one told us you know like the a bold churches are closed. There's no a now In in San Francisco California suicides or outnumbering Corona virus deaths. Sex workers are in big trouble which you can imagine hertz. Car Leasing Company Rental Company Declaring bankruptcy I don't know if just protection or bankruptcy protection protection right And the Big One is liability insurance and this is this is going through Congress right now every sneeze every cough. Everything has a lawyer attached to it now and there's hundreds of lawsuits for mistakes. Governments have made corporations have made and you cannot get business insurance and so the insurance company is trying to get a bill in in a pass through congress that gives them six to eight months of Or gives business owners six to eight months of complete immunity from liability tort cases. And this is a real problem in America because that our system runs on drugs and lawsuits concerned and banks and banks too. We'll see use drugs which is also insurance companies which is also a healthcare and the and the worst part I for some I would say is Unintended consequence number. One one million seven hundred ninety seven thousand nine hundred. Ten firearms were sold in April alone in the United States. So I think that kind of says we are interested in our own interests. And we're going to probably step up a little bit if we feel it's necessary and I think people are hearing it. This is a lot of studies. Do after this is said and done and it turns out this thing was created in a lab and the whole thing was like suppressed in the information was bad and they just. It's going to be studied to. Death is going to be one of the biggest moments in history studied to death by contemporaries mostly sociologists in the next fifty years it's going to be studied to death and all the one world government people are. GonNa be beside themselves because they had none of this went quite as planned. I'd like to talk briefly about vaccines and not too long. Because you know there's all kinds of stuff going on all kinds of trials all kinds of things happening but the number one thing that we need to stop in his tracks right now. Is this idea that Bill Gates is at the CIA presenting Vaccine Yes let's which clip is. This is a clip. I met Bill Gates once briefly. You knew you knew it. I mean you hung out with him. You Guys Bang hookers all kinds of stuff. You've got great stories that far but did hang out. I didn't hang out but I was at a world series game with him. I've known him since about nineteen eighty. Two and I've talked to him about different things on the you know. He's he's not the friendliest guy in the world. But he's not but I have. I know him. I know if I saw him he'd say he'd say what's divorce doing here. I mean it can. I mean literally the oddest people. Look at it John. Mcafee is like of course. I know divorce accurate. You know you have friends in low places I do. So I very impressive present company excepted very impressive gates in the CIA clip is the clip. And this is supposedly in two thousand and five presentation that bill did to the CIA about a vaccine that would kill a gene and in people that there's a thing called the God gene over ethnic remain. I've talked about some time ago. Yeah and the Guide. Gene is apparently people who have this genes tend to be re- very religious and sometimes fanatical so. Let me complete so over here. We have individuals who are particularly fundamentalists. Not particularly religious. And you can see. There's a much reduced expression of of this particular gene. The demand to gene another evidence that that supports our hypothesis for the development of this approach. what you what you see. Aguirre's but most virus good news from going into a market so our hypothesis is that these are fanatical people that they have over expression of the two gene that by vaccinating them against this will eliminate this behavior so we have some very very remarkable data in this next slide. Here we have to brain. Scans these are is. These are two different. Individuals with different levels of expression of the to on top off is an individual who's a religious fanatic and individual. We've repeated this numerous times that has high levels of the to now This individual down here who had low levels of the be meant to gene? This individual would self described as as as not particularly religious in in each case these individuals were were read religious text. This individual light lit up the right middle frontal gyrus shown here and that's the part of the brain associated with theory of mind. It's a part of the brain that has to do with intense and and beliefs and desires contrast in marked contrast. Here's an individual who would not particularly South describe as as religious. The thing is this clip. Was doing the rounds. Several years ago it was not associated with Bill Gates. At the time it was just Cia is doing this and now someone it was. It's an interesting observation vitality of bull crap. Yeah now editing of course immediately came to me. Was this Bill Gates Bill Enough? I knew him in the early years and then I've Kind of through their heyday of windows. Ninety five that period. And that's when I I would be talking to him. He was a little more open. I think he had a couple of trespassers. Live started getting security source. Cnn less and less. I saw him in a Less than last You sitting at First Class Airplane and I called him out on it because he's used to be the coach. Yeah but he said to me that well He. They won't let him sit in coach. He buys coach tickets security risk and so they put him first class but then I kind of lost touch with him. Probably I would say the last ten years but I've seen him on TV. And I've seen him in these presentations and what I can say for. A fact is that his voice hasn't changed the same voice he had in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and he pauses a certain way. He says on a certain way to lower drawn out and he never talks. This guy's up talking be at the anti goes the theory of mind up talks. Daddy talks a bunch of stuff. This isn't even close bills voices a little bit at the very beginning where you can almost hear bill but the rest of it's nonsense so this is not Bill Gates. You can slow it down speed up anything you want to it. This is bullcrap and is going around and everyone's all look at this. Look at this. This is useless. This is bad. This is not the kind of thing we want floating around. Because it's IT'S DISINFORMATION. It ruins any solid argument. It makes everyone look like a conspiracy night. It's it's a negative thing and is came out of Cunanan or some other door shit that should be avoided. John a nice France my friend. Nice one well. Pick the ball up from there. This is Bill Gates and then we're taking things that are genetically modified organisms and we're in checking them in little kids arms. Just shoot them right into the bank. Sounds like bill doesn't it? I got a little laughing. Shoot into their vein now. Important because there is a disagreement in the constitutional law arena and we have a knock down drag out fight between on one hand. In the Blue Corner we have a we have Alan Dershowitz constitutional scholar who claims that the forced vaccination by the state onto human resources and citizens of the United States is constitutionally legal constitutionally. Legal and here is what he says about that the Spring Court to say yes. The case came to the Supreme Court. Today they would say yes would either be ninth and nothing or eight to one it is not a debatable. Issue CONSTITUTIONALLY LOOK. They have a right to draft you and put your life in danger to help the country. The police power of the state is very considerable. But let's distinguish mean the constitutional issue on one hand which is settled and the Marla show on the other hand. I think wanted make plausible argument that nobody should be required to be subject to a dangerous vaccination. Help other people as plausible arguments. And I think we should have continued to debate that I wouldn't choir. People take vaccine unless through very very safe now. Any ejection can cause of usually is directed at the site and he can cause a problem but in general if the vaccine extremely safe in the state does have right can tell you to take remember. Vaccines Work. Now let that little bit in on purpose because I feel that Our good Professor Dershowitz First of all is arguably on the wrong side of the law but also seems to kind of like immediately go from a constitutional argument which he didn't really argue. Just it's clear. The court decided on a nine vote. It'd be straight up and down not going to happen into vaccines work. Listen again can a problem. But in general if the vaccine the extremely say the state does have right to compel you to take remember vaccines work. This has been taken to task by our very own constitutional law. Professor Professor Jones and Professor Jones has written quite the screed which you'll find in the show notes he wrote it up specifically for this program but I can paraphrase it quite quickly The case law and by the way are professor as he states in this document is a constitutional scholar has taught constitutional law as a professor and has read almost every single case law on this very topic. I didn't know this about him. He's been a a producer of the show for a long time. I think he lives in. He may live in Asia. And he says the particular case law that this is about is very famous as Jacobson versus the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. And this is around. Nineteen O three. I believe it's very early. On small pox vaccine he and his son were both vaccinated and which is interesting. Because you think that this was someone trying to refuse vaccination but it wasn't there are both vaccinated and they both got sick and so when it was time to relax innate they even had it back then the he said No. We don't WanNa do that because we got sick from it and the what would spark this case. Is they said to him? Well you have to take the vaccine but do his underage son. You don't have to so there was a split there. How come. What is the difference in age that he does that? He doesn't have to have this force vaccine. And the other guy does and so it all boiled down to these the actual conclusion the actual What's the term looking for? The outcome of the case was not that the state has the the outright the right to force vaccinate the citizens. It was about the the penalty if you refused. And so I read from the actual case. This is from one thousand nine three quote if a person should deem it important that vaccination should not be performed in his case and the authorities should think otherwise it is not in their power to vaccinate him by force and the worst that could happen to him under the statute would be the payment of the penalty of five dollars. That is actually what came out of the out of the out of the case but Dershowitz is making it sound like well it. Was this whole problem with that case it was upheld by the Supreme Court. Yeah but this is this the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts who made this decision so he didn't have to be vaccinated had to pay five dollars and all the Supreme Court they say yeah. We uphold and throughout one hundred years now. More Than One Hundred Years Alan Dershowitz v Constitutional law professor. That I trust Harvard as I think on the wrong side of this and I encourage everybody to go read what What are professor said is a beautiful document? And he has everything expect from a full on A on Alice's leads me into sorry. Does he say it should be up on cosmic Weenie? Oh I'll send it to you. We definitely need it there. That's a hot spot for good. Docs at all the kids are talking about it. Hey doing paper go to cosmic Weenie. Some good shit. They're just use a curl. Download everything so obviously. This is all scam. This there's so much nasty as early up to I don't know but I think he's in bed with him and he's not to be one hundred percent trust at this because this is not a cavalier issue. He's really dismissed. This from the get go. This is the second time of hurt him like Cranston decided shut up already can do whatever you want as long as a safe vaccine. That's not what the law says very disappointing. If you WANNA know how. These things work with forced vaccinations. Let's take one particular case in one minute and thirty seconds. Of course it's a Robert Kennedy junior and it's never good audio with is good audio but his throat as tough. But it's worth listening to. He's going to explain how force vaccinations work. And why in this case the hepatitis? B Vaccination which every child in the United States receives at birth how that came to be a mandatory vaccine for children in the United States. And I'm sure it's similar. In other countries appetite back in ways that was the sign or appetite is really only acted groups which were smell homosexuals intervene as drug users share needles and a prostitute engage and protected tax knee. Back pain was designed for the US groups because they were getting hurt. My appetite is a when Merck created the vaccine it turns out it couldn't sell an economy. Those particularly no interest in buying a burke went back to see and said listen. We made the factory or not. Make any money on those vaccines. You need to do something to help us. So she said Oh problem we mandated for babies but normal childhood some other is not infected as zero-risk and will not have as at least until their mid deans change and yet we give that every day. They're born with seen only lasts for two years that he has been injected on their own between the they're worn day. They're two years old. There is zero chance that they are going to engage in sexual acts or be involved with the prostitute or shoot share needles. And so all. This is the only reason for that. Accident is eight financial benefit at Berkeley and now glaxo amounting mandated to children. It's disgusting and they tried to pull the same thing with Gardasil. It was the same idea. You need this young young child baby baby boy for for Genital Warts. Baby boy go. You need this is discussing. And you know how many schools have not mandated by into it. And if you're against it you're an anti VAC sir. Well that leads me to the last series. Then I can rule these out. We have a new doctor. Who's making some noise disguise? Very well spoken. He is from California was on another local station out in Sure we're in Orange County. His name is Dr Jeff Bark and yeah this thing is going around the I will tell you before you play it. I had this clip What bothers me I like. I like his message. I think he's right on the money he gave a spiel and it was done. It's like kind of a video. Pike is what bothers me. He's got two little little emblems on his jacket on his collar. One of them's the American flag and that's on the looking at him is on the right and on the left is A. Don't tread on me flag. I have one of those on my my new holster do you. Yes it's beautiful. Wait until you see this fantastic. So that media. I don't like to sort of type of virtuous signaling right. I don't like yes. Well in fact I was going to play it with that in mind pre announcing. I have three short minutes fifteen clips from him. What he's saying is correct but he is he. He actually says well. It's too bad. This is being politicized. But he's obviously politicizing and himself and that's an overall issue but I just pulled a couple of things. I thought were interesting as he identifies. I and complains about the incredible pushback that medical doctors and professionals have received from the mainstream over alternatives to lockdown or even discussing it in general and we have examples where that actually didn't happen when you look at Sweden when you look at South Korea when you look at Thailand and other countries where they didn't have the draconian lockdowns like we have here. So it's possible that there'd be more people killed as a result of this virus but it's also possible that we would have reach herd immunity quicker and we'd see this virus now quieting down like we've seen with other respiratory viruses in the past and there are some prominent epidemiologists Envir- Allah that put this message forward. But what happens there band on Youtube? Facebook blocks them the mainstream narrow narrative the mainstream media never gives them any airtime except to criticize them. Here's Dr So. And so who says the following then they have their own expert that says no way their fraud and and by the way did you know that they got a speeding ticket. A few months ago or something of that sort. So there's this narrative that's going forward and I'm not sure why I don't want to believe Mellon tent from a motive standpoint but it's hard to believe say what I believe Mellon Tent. He'll bring that ordered. I'm not sure why I don't want to believe Mallon. I think the reason he saying this is because he's very political and he's got to read his thought bubble. I think this is mel intent. I think that's what he's saying. Really come on we. We know how this goes and especially with the. Don't tread on me. So we know his position from a motive standpoint but it's hard not to believe that some on the left in the mainstream media really hope that we can continue this on long enough to elect our president and. I'm sorry to say that but I think there's some there's some truth to that. I don't want to believe that politicians and decision makers have that perspective but I think some of them lean in that direction where. They're not entirely disappointed. That this mainstream scare is going on To the extent that it helped bitter did it. Hurts president trump? I think he's absolutely correct. But let's get down to the basics and not the political part the coating of Covid nineteen death. This is a big issue. Even with the New York Times they had one hundred thousand death the faces the names hundred thousand names at which already one has been identified as a gunshot victim just recently. There's an article just ran and the Pacific northwest. I think I may have posted it on twitter where It looks like two or three gunshot victims have been credited this coded. Yes and this possible. This is what I hope comes out of. This is that the public at large stops believing stops believing in the bull. The starts doing their own work. That we have enough connectivity. You couldn't believe what you want to. There's a lot of documentation lots of the by the way. Trump is not absolved of any hanky-panky with the vaccine and pharmaceutical business. Here's one I found you remember when he fired bright. The Farmers Schill who've been in and out Rick Rick Brightest his name at bright. Yeah Dr Rick Rick. Bright yet so he is far Michelle. He's been in and out of government and Vaccine Business for the twenty years three years in three years out doing his business so trump somehow he gets demoted pushed away and then trump brings in dr slowly. Sa L. O. U. I. Along with a general and they're going to be running operation warp speed. There's about one hundred vaccines now. In development one hundred different companies. Well Dr Slough. He is a former member of the board of Directors of Moderna Inc the number one vaccine contender. So it's all shoes everywhere and digital anything about the vaccine is not that they're gonna even develop a vaccine. It's the money the just the money they don't even care. If does a vaccine is designed to get everybody's afraid and nobody blinks and I when they start throwing tons of money at vaccine development The problem we've seen over and over is we have no reliable data therefore the models are good. We have just numbers of people who are dying. Did they die do they is another great document in the show notes the CDC numbers just good to look at them comparing Twenty Eighteen nineteen twenty nine thousand nine hundred twenty twenty season actually saint. We had four thousand less left desk less deaths overall in In two thousand nine look at the chart. I'm confused now. Anyway that's the point who's dead. What were they coded as in Koo? Who's who's who is infected. Please tell me what's happening Dr Bark? I've heard that some doctors are contributing cove in nineteen as the cause of death with a lot of their patients are doctors motivated to get as many code of nineteen patients as possible so he can receive federal funds. So I don't WANNA say they're motivated to but there are incentives in place and the incentives are based on good motives. Meaning that if a hospital system is overwhelmed because we're treating patients with his virus than we're gonNA reimburse them at a higher rate to make up for some of the work in difficulty in trauma that they've been experiencing by taking care of these patients so there are mechanisms in place to reimburse hospitals but the only way they can track that is by tracking the number of covid nineteen patients and the number of deaths that are associated with covid nineteen patients so what we do see is happening is is patients that died but without a laboratory diagnosis they're getting coded Covid. Nineteen and there's this natural human tendency to lean in the direction of something that is economically benefiting their healthcare system when I code On our electric medical record systems there are coding for covid nineteen and The the the the organizations that provide these coatings let us know what the what the what the cost and benefit is for for making these codes. So I don't WanNa say there's dishonest doctors out there that are doing this purposely. But there's this natural tendency to lean in the direction and code in a way that will ensure higher reimbursements for a healthcare system. That's overwhelmed then. You heard right there in the beginning. He says we get reimbursed. Was Different Reimbursement and I. It's administrators I don't know if only the doctors are doing this or whatever it is but it's clear that the data is not clean which another reason excited about talking to the dog on Tuesday to more clips. I'm going to lead you right into your Roxie series is going to be beautiful. The testing there's an issue with the PR tests and the standards that are set that could be producing very high false positives which again screws up. All the data means we have nothing. We know nothing and it seems to be not one of those less really. Try and do it right. Everybody which backfires this is. David Crowe an investigative journalist. He's going to briefly. Explain the problem with the testing process and effectiveness very simply. The process is that you have aren a insane is a swap so you. I need to extract the irony get rid of the DNA which interferes with the test. Get rid of various enzymes and things that can affect later processes that is not a perfect process so the amount of Arna you get it step on will vary depending on which lab do it in the second stage is that piece you are only works on DNA. Not Ernie so you have to convert the Arnie DNA using an enzyme called transcriptase and the efficiency of that according to buston varies by a factor of about ten so what that means is the amount of DNA you end up with at the end of the second process is can be quite different by probably more than a factor of ten between different. Labs the way you tell if somebody is the way you say somebody is positive or negative is by running cycles of each of double the amount of material and you say for example if we get to thirty seven sample Thirty seven cycles and we haven't found any material you're negative de choice of cycle numbers in in tests that are approved by the FDA varies from thirty to forty five. The second point is if you push the test to heart you can get false positives. Stephen Bus Recommend recommended no more than thirty five cycles and the tests the thirty three tests approved by the FDA. Go from thirty to forty five and only three of them had less than thirty five cycles. So what they are doing is they're pushing the envelope because they don't want to miss somebody who's infected but the consequence of that is could be generating massive number of false positives and they could have generated an entire epidemic by a massive number of false positives and if somebody tests positive on this test there's no way to determine whether it's true or false positive. The whole thing is a mess. It's a mess. And now we've been taught trust the science the Science is in Charlotte Wall rated. It's evidence based fact-based poll crab. It's just not true. You don't have all the is okay. This is this has been proven out by the whole global warming scam well and this is GonNa listen to anybody else. They close the door on discussion. Ninety seven percent of all scientists. They say it they lie about it and it's all about the money. Do you remember when it was only a week ago. China's going to test all eleven million people in Wuhan in ten days stunned. In right we got our our producer boots on the ground in Han. He checked in a week ago. The reality of testing has changed. They are not testing all of who we no longer need to be tested because we were tested in March. My Co workers are also exempted since they were tested last month. I have no idea how many were tested into no longer reported on the Chinese news television the CNA. I work all over. Wuhan and no longer see the big testing stations. Wuhan is thirty two hundred eighty square miles so maybe they moved to another section of Wuhan that I don't see but this testing is over. They're lying. They're all full of crap testing testing ten million people in ten or eleven million people in ten days bullcrap now taking into the hydroxy liars take into the hydroxy. This is the final one and I thought it was quite brilliant that you came up with the concept that this virus had back door and the back doors hydroxy chloroquine. Or that's the key and then you insert the zinc and then you Effectively neutralizing the that somehow could have been known at least to the president since he was so early with this. Yeah very I think he was read in on something something somehow somewhere. Here's the final clip for me. Dr Bark again The politicization of it. But it's a good clip from a doctor who prescribed it and a little interesting tidbit so hydroxy chloroquine for example has found to be very safe effective cheap readily available now but if I use hydroxy chloroquine now and I read a prescription not uncommonly. I'll get a phone call from the pharmacy for me to justify why I'm prescribing this medication. I've never had this happen in my thirty. Plus Year Years Prescriptions. He'd never had someone really questions. And whoever nope never but now every time I write it I get a response back to justify why either the patient is sick and they meet a certain protocol or of a particular age or this that and the other. I've never seen that before and I know I know that this this drug is being used throughout the country successfully and safely yet. It's now a political drug because a few months ago can't remember how long ago now every day just seems like you know a year but maybe a month and a half ago. President Trump said on public TV. I remember I was driving to work listening to the news. One of the press conferences and I heard him say it and immediately when I heard him say something about Hydroxy Click when I said. Oh boy here we go. How long is it going to be since two blows up till I start getting emails from patients and sure enough by the time I got to the office I had already received emails enquiring about hydroxy chloroquine but now immediately the press picked it up and now hydroxy. Chloroquine is a political drug. So if there's a study that shows that it doesn't work mainstream media front page news. If there's a study that shows that it has some benefit it's ignored or when it's presented right next to it is a so-called expert to immediately shoot down that study to say that this is not a good drug to be using and I think as a public service. You have some information on this This sixty year old drug seventy year old drug seventy year old drug the been long since proven to be quite safe of course they. There's a lot of stories but let's go back to the doctors that were discussing this whole issue We had on the last show. People like these clips. This is continuation These are a couple of one of these. Two of these are long kind of but let's start with clip to set this up. This is a Again this is the discussion of why this discussion of people get it. Why more men get it? A concept called co morbidity which seems to be an element of Y. You get it what the older men would get it. And then it continues with And then we'll continue where they get into the oxy. Chloroquine d three and vitamin C. discussion especially the vitamin Z discussion. Which has a fascinating. Punchline started started off be interested to see who expressed the disease state and what they were taking to support their their prostate. I think there's a correlation there but we would have to really research that so when the change of somebody was using finessed ride or something. All Bill Meadow there's there's with HIV and the advent of viral treatments in lieu of say maximum with the only real treatment you'd have for for viral infection right out the symptoms and treat those something called protease inhibitors. Now and there's a protease inhibitor. That both blocks TMP RSS. To and I think there's other ones for ace to but again you don't want to get into the ace inhibitors because what we already mentioned. But that's already approved in Japan for a pardon escalates coma stat mesylate. That's the we tried to order some studies on it. I tried to get. Api brought in. And there's also no famous that mesylate. It's pretty much the same family of drugs. Yeah both are approved. They're both been used great success the longest shortest when we talk about different medical interventions or supporting those. That are at risk. These are prime candidates prideaux. Some of that. The virus comes along. I can't their immune system takes care of it. They Ciro convert make their own antibodies. Because you'd inhibited. The cell from delivering its virus. So we've already agreed on or we already put a hypothesis together here that the viruses made I wanna go to the next level for a minute and say if it was man made is the groups that it hits coincidental or was there a deliberate nature behind that. I don't know that it's coincidental. I think when you when you enter into gain of function type research and you start pumping up. It's it will naturally naturally go a become more virulent income morbid patients. That's that's a given. What's interesting with this? Is that normally. You would expect immuno compromised patients to be hit just as hard as co Morbid patients that that's usually a given but in this particular virus it's not because children babies are immuno-compromised I mean. They do have passive immunity from their mother. There's no doubt and if you're breastfed you'll have more passive immunity but not like an adult. Now what they mean to kind of break this down a Children don't have much immunity. It takes years and years to build it up. You're exposed to all these viruses. You're out floating around you out. You get sick. You get sick you get Willia- develop a lot of immunities and Co morbidity refers to having to chronic illnesses at the same time which is mostly older men right and they discuss how it should be mostly women who get this disease just naturally based on the nature of this virus of the coronavirus but men that have co morbidity and that would be for example having diabetes and high blood pressure That would be like having hypertension and a Enlarged prostate which every man after about the age of fifty. So so men. Have this this this these issues and it turns out that the virus needs to couple of things going on for it that to latch onto to get going walking. The latching on is the easy part. It's it's developing the open. Getting the virus load into the cell is hard part via the viral viral load. And Anyway so now. We're going to discuss the mechanisms that stop it and it turns out that oxy chloroquine is one of them. So let's go to clip to not like an adult so the fact that it it's a non issue and kids it literally is a non issue and kids and babies tells me that that is the priority here. The priority is is the binding sites and the commodities. It's not immuno-compromised nation in this case. So there's more of a risk than somebody with benign prostate issues than it is with somebody with like a Lupus or a particularly lupus. If they're taking hydroxy taking hydrochloric Though let's talk about that for Minnesota let's talk a little bit about you. Want to speak a little bit about that. Or maybe talk a little bit hydrochloric zinc can some of the things that are you think are effective in treating this now again. Just explain to these These people are. They're they're Credentials Darah the woman is an MD and a pathologist and she specialized they're all researchers and their job is to the guy that she's with is a the guy was doing the show a doctor. She's a doctor but their research doctors and they do mostly drug testing for for approvals. Should they're part of that scheme of things and they're just kind of in the mix and this in their wheelhouse of expertise Bob. The beginning of these of these clips to guide spends a good fifteen minutes boosting their credentials. And it's a very interesting interview overall. But they're they`re. They seem knowledgeable. Vitamin D. SURE. Yeah do these big one actually in keeping people inside is not good way getting back to hydroxy corker. Now that I'm sorry to interrupt. That is such a good point and The dog is GonNa talk about that. It's the same thing with influenza. Why does it happen in in these particular months one because of the humidity in the air but to everyone's inside the altogether grandma kids everybody and they have all the doors close and the new? There's no ventilation and that's what happens and that's why it spread so quickly the best ways to actually be outside breathing. Fresh air being the sunshine if you got it. Let's think about what it treats or prophylactically treats and has for seventy years right. Plasmodium Falciparum Modem fell supermac tyrian. However it's not your typical bacterium. That's me right. It's malaria correct. And the way it works. I'm going to back to what you said about talking to the general not losing losing my on air but basically it's preventing the virus from entering into the cell. It blocks it the same way it would block plasma fellowship room from entering into the red cell and then when you add on a zip reminds in zithromax is a MAC relied antibiotic that has antiviral anti viral properties. It does have antiviral properties. When you hear people say you. Don't use an antibiotic for a virus. In general that's true as through my sins a little different and when you are suffering from covid nineteen and you have the damage to the lungs your more. Apps to all of that opportunistic bacteria to also take hold so it will ward off struck new mo- or any other kind of respiratory bacteria in addition to antiviral properties. Such gather if taken at the right time and that is key you know can have a patient crashing on event that it's going to make a difference if that point. It is so interesting the time that we're in because we're not the only people who are listening to this confined. This are sharing it with each other. These are not crackpot. Dr These not nut jobs. He's not anti vaxxers. These not science deniers. They might believe in global warming for all. I know these are smart people who have different opinions and I and I go back to their mainstream to be honest about. This is the thing that bothers me but so is it true. Is it really true? Then that these studies bogus studies. So Oh yeah we did it with the with With with with zinc with the with a Z. Pack that we'd the study didn't include the zinc and it was people who are already unventilated. All these different studies are only meant to discredit this. For what reason in right it's part of fuck trump. It's they're willing to put people's health endanger or kill him now. Let's especially people you want to get rid of them of them. Vote for trump. Well there are also good because they cost the system too much you know. Hey let's just back off on that. Let's go back to this issue that you just brought up. Which is the De Studies? If you remember the last few studies they keep bringing out to discredit oxy. Chloroquine hydroxy cleric went the last one that we plan this show was that was was on. Cbs said they took a bunch of people that run ventilators short. She just said that when you're on the ventilator already too far gone and we think that bad is going to happen has happened to the Hydroxy Clark was going to do Jack and then they said that they gave him a bunch of hydroxy. Clark win at that. Point and and the morbidity was hire more people died and that was the conclusion of the study. It's even funnier so this is a. This is a major propagandistic effort but it's multiple people taking advantage of the crisis clearly the health the pharmaceutical the the medical industry is in on it for a number reasons. One then they need vaccines vaccines keep people sick and it's just true vaccines make people sick. And there's all kinds of side effects as a huge industry ten times the size of the vaccine industry to does huge money in not going with the pretty much open source. If I could just call at the next day bring this exact issue. Okay do go into it. Yeah you finish the other right. Yeah okay yeah played around for no. We're three three think that it's going to make a difference if that point well behind the eight ball. The side of storm already happened. You have viral. That is really tough to to fight. You have to do this beforehand. I mean my suggestion is to do it. At the onset of a fever so at the onset of symptoms fever or respiratory rate or something like that he were to start. Clark Miniature Mice Zinc Vitamin D. Those guys a thanks. You be in pretty good shape of coming through. Certainly -solutely doubt it's been reproduced and reproduced produce. Preventing Hospital. Admits has been a non issue. I can't believe that it's even a controversy. I don't understand why and I even have documentation of Faucher speaking to a group at the Rockefeller talking about back. In twenty eleven talking about how effective it was for SARS one two different in the binding nats where it acts hydroxy. Chloroquine is an issue because it's a political issue not Not a political issue and it's also cheap. It's so cheap three dollars for thirty tabs and you only need sixteen. There's nobody there's no money in it the yet there's no money Disa- veer has. Has they have their own. Great test results. You Recall I. It was disappointing stock tanks. Then oh wait wait. We figured something out so I got the study and these are pretty easy to look at. And you don't know if it's factually true. What's in there? I'm not a scientist but I can read the abstract and conclusion and they're not lying about the conclusion which is that people who took rim disappear. This is the Gilead drug fourteen hundred dollars. A pop versus three dollars people We're taking Gilead in the same situation in the in the hospital. They recovered up to five days sooner. However the actual mortality rate remained the same. So if you are not going to die you didn't. You did not die faster but it didn't stop anyone from dire identical identical so but but that's disturbing you have the the the medical people who who really have a there. They live in their own world. They had their their rockstars. Fauci is a Rockstar Julia. Roberts calls him because they know each other from the Elton John AIDS Foundation. This guy is a Hollywood star. They all hang. You can find pictures of him with every celebrity in Hollywood and so it's the money train. You're so right and then the everything needs to the whole system has to keep working so we've got pushed that stupid Hydroxy Clark away. We don't care we'll make something just as good. Just give us a few extra weeks. And then the because of how they report of how they present things and the mainstream media. It's taking away valuable in. It's providing false information to people could actually used this for for their health for their lives. This is the takeaway from this. This is what we have to learn. Well I wish you all I know you now. What IS CLIP for? Because I'm not sure how it's coded here. Oh there is no actual four. Goes One two three and then Vit- C. D. V. D.'s vitamin D? Okay you want that one I. Yeah Yeah and the other thing real quick on Vitamin D. I don't want to lose. That one can get it from the Sun etc the long in the short of it though there's plenty of papers that go back in the nineties where they were looking at corona viruses and again the coating on the corona viruses says all but identical upwards of eighty percent so to defeat them is very similar regardless of which corona it is site and D. As well as sites that and see at levels that exist in your saliva we're founded destroyed so B C and D. What is that? That's not vitamin D? Say No. It's an enzyme in the saliva but it's directly manual vitamin D creates the up regulation of sites that directly when you hear patients say when I first got it. My sense of taste was gone. My sense of smell was gone what happened. That's directly linked the vitamin D Chiba. I adore has been doing videos and Ben on all kinds of shows talking about the need for vitamin D during this time and he's talking de Zinc and Saleo Tennessee wrecked and zinc doesn't increase bioavailability in the classical sense. Or the amount of drug that your body absorbs but what it does is help drug binds to the viral site. It's almost like a facilitator for the hydroxy corker known. Of course they mentioned Dr Sheva who has already been marginalized as a Kook. Oh yeah he's been kicked off the air course. He's a Kook because he was he's also running for Senate. I believe he's Kook. He knows what he's talking about. Everyone's a coup. But that's why I can't wait to speak to the dog man to talk about being marginalized Guess C. Had the JC had covert. Jesse had probably had the baby probably had it because he thinks the baby was the carrier from from preschool and Jesse had the the was like a week or two. She said no smell no taste. Wow which I still. She had it. That's a long time though and did did now. Did you do your typical You you pump them. Full of D three minute. They pump them through full of d three JC. It have Jesse's a liberal and I don't think she buys into it. Does she have a mask? She where the mass when she comes over here but I'm sure she has. Everyone has mass in California masked by law. You ask the so. This is again a situation where the liberals are kind of you know. I don't know they. I should another whole Jan. We don't need to go down that road. Let's go back to this presentation with the Laslo by and this is a real interesting one because I had read a number of because I've been reading some varied kind of real deep papers on Especially about this kind of enhanced Pee Pee which is always called P. Threes and some of these other development of these things in labs and how it works and how they get funded and how they will haunt was doing. I'm in how we do him at Fort Dietrich and elsewhere and in it and in the process I ran into a add more than one reference to this idea that if you put somebody down on a on a stretcher and your pumped full of vitamin C intravenously. It will knock this stuff out and it's a it it's just a couple of papers. Documented is not like a crazy therapy but is it does apparently works for now. I A doctor friend of mine swears that he has cured people with eight not as but HIV virus with a two week vitamin C. Intravenous regimen. It's possible I I I I believe him. But what's going that's here on. This clip was going on with this treatment. What about vitamin C? Because we've heard about code for me and support. We all know that Linus Pauling sets them and your body clocks rather rapidly. So if you're going high dose obviously I've used to go to the. Fbi is is. I mean now the FBI shutting clinics down that are that are doing the right one interesting shutting down clinics that are administering vitamin C. intravenously shutting down FBI FBI. What does the charge? I don't know we need to go into it. They just mentioned it in passing because it's a fact that they've noticed and they don't talk about it any more detail and the guy says what and she says yeah interesting and then that's it that's all I say. So that's now there's a little rabbit hole for us. What the Hell's going on Vk? I got it here I got here. I got it here Thank you troll. Room troll room on Point F. B. I. Rage medical SPA providing false corona virus treatments high doses of Vitamin C. So you can probably do that but you can't. You can't say we have a cure. That's that gets you kicked. That gives you D platform from society. Kind of harsh. Yes yeah the FBI busted in so one of the things. I ran into stores. I'm still concerned about this I did a little research going to get it out of the way before we go into the further to the next segment so I started doing some research on because I'm concerned about this main. The lab or not made in the lab. The lab were not made in the lab. And why is make such a big deal of a big not made in a lab? So what if it was made in the lab? You mean the virus that Caro- virus Chinese lab which funded by the US government. Do we funded him to three point. Two million bucks foul cheese the one who push. He's the one who got the money over to the Wuhan lab to develop enhanced. Ppe's right in is a potential pandemic pathogen. And they're being invented there invented. There are a lot of these are illegal to do in this country even though they've relaxed the rules so I started looking into. What the Hell was the The causal why wise it. Why does everyone say for example? Hurry screen of Austin says this debunked because he gets paid to say that is debunked. So I said okay where get debunked debunked it so I ran into a lot of pieces that were just bogus poorly written planted articles. Many coming out of Indiana running than being pointed to buy Yahoo News. For example knowing WHO's gritting founded the set I found by found the next US I found a point of debunk. Aw Okay let me guess alternate knowing that when be it has to be a good sources. Nature Medicine magazine. Nature has another magazine called Nature Medicine. Very famous peer-reviewed. Good article how this nature dot Com right. Yeah it'd be a nature dot com. Yeah so so. In March of March seventeenth to twenty twenty issue. There's this thing posted the proximal origin of SARS Cova too so to This was cited by the New York. Times an article that was cited by PBS. The next day every major newspaper the United States ran. The debunk debunk. Because of this particular piece but what was this piece well I have a copy here it. It was run under correspondents. It was a letter to the editor by Christian Anderson or guy named Rambo. These guys are scattered all over the World Christians in southern California this is. This is some random expert who wrote a letter to the editor on these are not Rando. Expertise are famous virologists in K. scattered around the world They wrote a letter. To the editor strategically scattered yes strategically scattered. And there's articles all over the world about this calling it an article calling it a research paper. It was eight letter to the editor that looked a lot like a research paper but it was still to the editor letter to the editor showed up in the correspondence section and they went on and on and on with a very long right up with charts and graphs and stuff like this. This is the nut graph here that it was not a peer reviewed anything. It was a murder to the letter to the editor. I mean everybody. Rounded result was an article or as something or other and it was. This is the thing that note. Not One of these not the New York Times Washington Post Not People. Nobody ever said it was a letter to the editor but I have right here a letter to the okay. Let me use read one paragraph to this letter to the editor. It's a great catch. I thought so but thank you thus this is just amongst all arguing bus the high let me get. The right lasts for this way. Do you need your highest entity. Binding of the SARS COV to spike protein to human ace to which they were talking about right. He's South Korea the ace to most most likely the result of natural selection on a human like ace to by the way. I should mention these guys cannot and nobody can find an animal that has this virus in it. No THEY KEEP. Russ trying to tell us to. Yeah monkey natural selection on a human or humanlike ace to that permits another optimal binding solution to arise. This is ace. This is strong evidence that SARS Cov to is not the product of purposeful manipulation. Okay let's look at that sentence. The wording this is strong evidence. I'll go back to the previous phrasing. The strong evidence is this phrase as to is most likely the result. It's like you goal from the word most likely to strong evidence within two sentences. The strong evidence is something that was stated as most likely this is horsh it and the mainstream media the next day ran this as Gospel and that was the debunking all in one. Right there unseasoned. It's disgusting that's Great. Work of what a bunch of Ho. Oh man well again this is the takeaway if we're going to learn anything this is it. This is it. I mean you're not a you're not a doctor. You're not a scientist. You just follow your nose. I mean we're barely reporters were podcasters. Yeah we're to podcasters while they go and no wonder. People are flocking to alternative sources of information. The official thing is confusing. And then all you have to do is peel back. One little layer and the bull is right there. They can't they can't keep it cleaned up and at this point. What was the president thinking when he allowed this to happen? And I'm talking mainly about the shutdown and then got the two weeks the dig. They shut down Italy. They shutdown France. They shut down Spain. They every everyone's shutting down he was our president was td very disappointing. Well there's only one country that wasn't duped in Sweden while that's not true because they last there half shutdown anyone that half the restaurants were curbside pickup. Only it's just. That is a lot of republican right wing by the. Where's the country that's really interesting is Japan? Japan has an as we heard from our Duke and Duchess a marketing astronauts have total. Like foot seven hundred. The whole country is open. Never shut down and catch this. The keeper eye are definitely going to Japan because tourism has dropped a get some deals. No no we're talking like a hundred billion dollars. They're going to put getting people to come over. Oh you're risk free. We should we should have own planes ever driver and escort. We should have a nice hotel. Hey we'll talk about on the show. Just give me the talking points. I'll tell everybody how great it is. But that's the Japan. They really did it now why I think. They have more respect for their elders. In general very careful with their elders. We clearly don't care about old people the way nations do. They are very cleanly by by nature and everyone has a but washing toilet in masks are very commonplace. And that's if you're sick you wear a mask or if you could be sick to now. I don't necessarily want to live in that type of you know full on like Japan but it may not be necessary. Maybe they just didn't count bogus Numbers maybe they're hospital system isn't incentivized to lie maybe they don't have provinces that are so desperate for money because they screwed it up the the. Nsa this desperate to lie thing. 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The people were not specific enough with these things. Sir Kevin McLaughlin in locust North Carolina. Three thirty three thirty three jobs. Karma go to Health Garner Israel Royal Highness Duke of Luna His grace or Kevin McLaughlin Memorial Day message. I don't have to tell you how fragile is very precious gift. Freedom is every time we we were noticing it every time we watch here or read the news. We're reminded that liberty is a very rare commodity in this world. Our Great Nation is forever indebted to those who have served and given their lives that we might be free. That's right I agree. And especially especially this Memorial Day. Which is not veterans. Day is for people who died yes You know just think about what kind of courage you can show. I tell you the people and this performance from me. I tell you but people I know in the military are reasonably perturbed and disturbed by the Pussy factor of the American public. That they have fought so hard for. I'm generalizing but this is quite a thing. Quite a theme and rightly so as he finishes with allows dot Deo which is praise. Be To God and this is not the time. But you know it's like you can't just have a bumper sticker support. The troops are where little ribbon? Thank you for your service. Yeah you gotta actually do something. Now you've got to be out there. You've got to be courageous. And and that may be running for city council to get these a holes out. And when you're in there admit you don't know nothing that a good start Yes Jobs Karma and good health Karma first jobs jobs and jobs. Let's go to job. Oh You seen this looks like Warren piece. Your Turn Adam yes. Hey let's be honest about it. It's so long I can't read. It does not been on my screen. Hayden Rowling three hundred and thirty three dollars and thirty three cents from somewhere in California you can also call them. Han Sui pronounce over you like I'm calling hunts unsui McKenna navien living in northern China. Sorry for this long report but I feel. Most news is fake vague exaggerated or extremely biased especially reports about China. Yes that's why we love having our producers with be ot g reports. Here's the real thing from a neutral and indifferent firsthand source due to higher infect tease per capita and ongoing newly reported case clusters my area is more restrictive than other parts of China are pubs and schools are still closed. Others have opened up in China over a month ago since January. The shutdown consisted of restricting traffic to and from certain cities and provinces and using a pass stamp system to allow people to exit their community residences once every two days. Yes we confirm. We heard that from the professor. This was lifted. Last March people still cannot enter community residents other than their own mass temperature checks. Qr Code. Scans as we all know are mandatory entering but not exiting any enclosed except for small convenience stores the Qr Code scanning at prompts confirmation. It starts a timer. Oh you're on. The clock. Slave is required before returning to your home so it has information. Gosh Golly Gee so has information great idea well about whether you return to your home that day or not. Well no I want that to. Is that in the new apple? Thirteen point five update. Do we have that cool feature? That's hope so. I don't know how strongly enforced the qr codes scan is as I have violated at once without any consequences by not returning to my home overnight and have been able to enter into some places by registering with my name and phone number. Instead of scanning who careful last March China announced that foreigners would not be allowed to go back into China as March twenty seventh even if they have a visa which we can understand. Definitely not to be true because of severe warnings. Receiver colleagues trying to return around this date. My most important report is that this means it is not possible for newly reported cases from people returning to China to be foreigners and that all new cases from people returned to China must be Chinese citizens. Despite this fact of course the news reports new cases are from people returning to China showing national flags beside each number and are definitely. That's right look at these in America. They're bringing it to us and are definitely informing people that the cause of new cases are primarily because of foreigners entering China. Well that's bogut. The evidence we have of this is friends. Claiming China victimhood of foreigners mentality really and that despite our province having zero existing cases during the past few weeks my colleagues and I have experienced Chinese refusing to enter into elevators. With either of US. Well yes now. You're black in China and last weekend while ordering in a sit down restaurant with other Chinese customers we asked to move to the third floor and use that other washroom while you're at it a which was totally empty along the second floor and after finished we were instructed to stay until the restaurant closed all of the customers left so that we could either not be seen or not infect the other customers. I hope people aren't enraged over this. But instead look at their own news critical with critical thought. Because it's like it is like this to a degree in almost every country. Thank you for your courage and happy to have become a fellow producer and thank you. We very much for your courage for this Thomann. Does this report that gives us a lot of information? I'm happy about it. Thank you Addison. Todd's next three hundred thirty three dollars his name. Why do I know Addison? Todd plays a Saint Charles Missouri. If that means anything maybe it's a good name could be. 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Hasselhoff brought the Berlin Wall down but the song of time that was the top song on the charts was wind of change by the Scorpions and it was used incessantly with pictures of the wall. Coming down it was played everywhere I was. I'd been there I that actually not moved away from Europe but two and a half years before that and but this I mean I have a long long story not for today for some other venue. I'm sure about the Moscow. Music Peace Festival but it the essence. The reason why it was put together because Doc mcghee who was the manager of Motley crue Bon Jovi. His plane had been Intercepted carrying think. I thought it was weed but it could have been cocaine from Bolivia or somewhere. He wasn't on it but his his learjet was filled with Dope. So they got him and then the some miracle plea deal. He did not have to go to jail all he had to do. Is Put on an anti-drug anti-alcohol concert in Moscow which became at Lenin Stadium the Moscow Music Peace Festival. I was there covering it for For MTV as you can imagine an anti-drug and alcohol concert was pretty. Everyone's pretty hammered. Twenty four seven starting on the plane ride over but I remember a couple of things very distinctly and one is that we we left Newark onboard. Bon Jovi Motley crue Ozzy Osbourne with all black Sabbath skid row missing a few. I'm sure and we stopped in Germany to pick up the Scorpions and I thought that was weird and there were other weird things. They had a little different accommodation They also had hookers right away in their room because I walked in on a one of the two brothers was Rudolph or whatever he's receiving services like the first day So the what what? This podcast is about episode. Five is is the Moscow music. Peace Festival is that this was the biggest hit. The Scorpions ever had and the only song written by Frontman Klaus Minor and the The podcast what it what is trying to figure out who did the CIA actually right and promote that song to help bring the wall down. And I can tell you for sure they were spooks and all kinds of weird crap around Moscow. Busy Peace Festival. But it's really cool to listen to and then I think it's a great example of of American policy at its finest have a listen to the winds of change. Podcast you play Click. No no play is not all that great. I mean my version of it will be fantastic. Well you should go onto on their show. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA do. I'm with theater. Show VEGAS OUT ALL RIGHT. What else we got We do have a number of things are. Let's do Charlie. I WANNA get designed Katie McCoy. Let's talk about some flint stuff. Yeah there you go Flint Flint. Lauren brings in this. Brings in Kaley Kaley mckinney Monahan. Haley had a couple of little beef. She had a thing with the just play. A little short version ever going after the these all these reporters bitching and moaning about opening churches. And she's fighting. She's fighting them off left and right she has a little zinger in here. Which is Kinda funny? This is Kaley church fight purchase three unseen and do it in accordance with the vision of federal law allows the President to override. The president will strongly encourage every governor to allow their churches to reopen. And boy. It's interesting to be in a room that desperately wants to seem to see these churches and houses of worship stay close presidents objective that I go to die birth. Here's the objection the media that they they love to ignore the states in the Fourteenth Amendment and the Tenth Amendment. They like to ignore that when they wanted shutdown. You should shut it down you. Should you should use the defense production act you need to force people into doing things Man You have no right to adobe churches well today Oh I think if the current of our consultant group were to advise Katie mcenaney. I would say bring some extra stuff in there like we discussed on the last show. Churches are very important for places of worship but they also house many. Aa meetings around the country. These are important places to open up. That would have been better if if they had added that or some touch like it and take it away from the religious thing because it's never ending story by journalists who have never read the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. You don't need any permission to do this. It is your God given right. Yup beep well anyway so then. David harassing her a lot. She was in a bad mood. And what is she gets? No kidding no kidding. She's in a bad mood. We're kind of GIG is that she's in a bad mood as somebody brings up something at the end. Of course he's going to do mic drop thing and walk but she has a presentation a powerpoint. Powerpoint was it or was it was the fake apple one. What is their spotted against a bunch of slides? That were very but they were. They were art director. Was it libra office now. They were art directed with somebody at the back back office knew how to had some style. Lots of pictures of Obama Akina right so she goes Is She decided to turn the tables on him and she gives him crap about not covering any of this flynn stuff and she thinks is shameful in the media stinks and so here we go share. Here's a rant is a little long but this is a good one from politics. I hope presents consider pardoning president to bomb for immediately wire tapping on top risk legally citizens an auditor. Potential tangible cries out. There has considered so I have not spoken to the president about that. But who I did speak to you about President Obama and unmasking. Michael Flynn where the men and women in this room. I haven't spoken to him on that. Specific point have spoken to him about the matter generally and I laid out a series of questions that journalists would want to answer about why people were on unmasked and all sorts of questions and I just wanted to follow up with you guys on that. Did anyone take it upon themselves to pose any questions about Michael Flynn unmasking? President Obama spokesperson not single. Journalists has pose that question. I was like you lay out a series of questions perhaps if I write them out in a slide formats. Maybe we're visual learners and you guys will follow up with journalistic curiosity so number one. Why Obama Administration US opposition opposition research funded by a political organization and filled with foreign dirt to survey all members of the trump campaign number two. Why was Lieutenant General? Michael Flynn Unmasked. Not by the Intel community entirely but by Obama's chief of staff by the former Vice President Joe Biden by Susan Rice by the Treasury Secretary. This is extraordinary. And you know if it were political appointees in the trump administration. I can guarantee you. I'd have questions in my inbox right now but if I despise that I do not like them if it was this way if trump that's what I'm saying she's in a bad mood. She's not performing. Well this is not one of her better performance but the content is interesting. Apparently Obama's spokesperson does not. Why was Flynn's identity leaked in a criminal act? It is a criminal act to leak the identity of Michael Flint. The press but it happens. Where are the questions to Obama's spokesperson because my team would be running around this building? Should this have happened under the trump administration why did the DOJ gates learn about the unmasking from President Obama? So much for going by the book as Susan. Rice said three times now dot protest too much Susan Rice and then finally question number five. Why did James Clapper John? Brennan Samantha. Power and Susan. Rice privately ADMIT UNDER OATH. They had no collusion while saying the opposite publicly. It's a long weekend. You guys have three days to follow up on those questions and I certainly hope the next time I ask some hands go up because Obama. Spokesperson should be asked those questions because President Trump's spokespeople certainly very interesting tactic and so she buffalo one or two like someone tried to say something she buffalo right right over the over that whole steamrolled. Yeah but there's something about because I'm sure that it is this even being played mockingly on CNN or MSNBC mockingly like Oh look because that's what they did with. How many press secretary's has president trump? The First Guy Spencer Sean Spencer Spicer. His first day was shit with with the he was a he was nervous. He wasn't charged. He was combative in a in a not a very good way and so they hated him into he didn't perform well. Became a blood. This but this is an interesting approach. Although she's got to cut out the part she's got to stop that I'm sick of it. It's not productive. If the way rent. Listen we know exactly how it was when Obama was president and it was the other way around. It was the same bullcrap. So don't give me that but to call journalists out and say hey how come we not reporting on that is valid and I liked that. She's doing it that way because they really have no no no answers. They know they can't talk about it there. Flat-footed have you. Did you see this? Evelyn Farkas which I think was the truth. Wants to come out. Maybe I'm missing it. Maybe I'm misunderstanding. She was on with Mika. Brzezinski Meeker Brzezinski Of the Brzezinski family fame over there on MSNBC. Evelyn Farkas was the A- deputies states. Let me see Deputy Assistant Secretary of defense for Russia Ukraine and Eurasia and when the trump administration was coming in. She's what she's going to say here. I think is what she's admitting to is that they they. The outgoing administration hid all of their evidence of them spying on the trump campaign because they were worried that the trump campaign might find out. They were spying on them. And then all of those connections of their spike connections would be compromised. So they wouldn't have any tabs on what the trump's were doing as they came into the White House. Which is bizarre bizarre. Because you're supposed to give everything but of course if they were gonNA give all of the information this is where flint enters the picture. Because they knew that he would figure it out then there would essentially be saying. Oh by the way. Welcome to the White House. We were spying on you. Here's what she said and just listen is only a minute but I think implicates herself in doing this. You actually knew about this attempt ticket and preserve information and transparency. We're doing some work yourself. Tell I was. I was urging my former colleagues and and frankly speaking the people on the hill. It was more actually aimed at telling the hill. People get as much information as you can get as much intelligence as you can before. President Obama leaves the administration because I had a fear that somehow that information would disappear with the senior people who left so it would be hidden away in the bureaucracy that the trump folks if they found out how we knew what we knew about their the staff. The trump's staff dealing with Russians that they would try to compromise those sources and methods meaning. We would no longer have access to that intelligence so I became very worried because not enough was coming out into the open and I knew that there was more we have very good intelligence on Russia so then I had talked to some of my former colleagues. I knew that they were trying to also help. Get information to help a lot going on today. Yeah Mark. The leaking. Exactly are worried. It might crazier. Is She basically just admitting what they did? Well I think you can see it that way. I don't really know what she said. What she said is we had all this in in Spy and it didn't pass on because we didn't pass it on. They never had a good reason. No no you to pass it on. Because then they would know. They've been spying and they couldn't spy anymore. That's what she's saying. Maybe I I just couldn't issues. It was convoluted probably make Santa. Because that's exactly what went on. They were spying and they didn't tell anybody about it and they kept doing it right after. Why even on his office recall from all the leaks in that first year? League time o'casey McFarland was at one of the. She was his chief of staff for Flynn and she senior ability. Time She's one of those women that Of some sort. But we don't know what kind or were who she works for whatever And anyone what is she hot. No she. She's just a she's just a she's not. She's not one of those types of spooks. You know the ones that looked like giambi should be in the field doing doing work. If you can't seduce man how can you? How can you seduce the country has okay I got? I know Jay seen senior. She's she's good. She's been very talented. Good choose to be on the show. She's a intelligence officer basically but she got they tried to. They tried to railroad road her with along with Flan and I didn't know any of this story but let's listen to. Let's listen to her our interview about the flint case. Listen to what the president said about you watch I watch. Kt McFarland the other day. I watch where she was. Knock knock. Fbi F. B. I. Okay this was all Obama. This was all by. These people were corrupt. The whole thing was corrupt and we caught them. We caught them. You saw just now. I WATCH BIDEN. Yesterday could barely speak. He was on Good Morning America right and he said he didn't know anything about it and now it just gets released right after. He said that it gets released that he was one of the unmask irs. Meaning he knew everything about it so he lied to your friend George Stephanopoulos. Kt The president reacted to the unmasking list. As soon as we were about to sit down and we both got the list so it was like immediate live reaction but but what he said she about you knock knock FBI. Can you tell us what happened? What did he mean by that? It was back. Fbi They showed up at my head left government. They showed up at my house on Long Island. Knock knock knock the FBI. Can we come in? We WanNa talk to you about there. Were from them arbitration. We Wanna find out from you. What happened during the campaign and I said well that wasn't part of the campaign. Well we want to find out what happened during the and I said well I never met with any Russian stirring the transition. That wasn't my job and I said well we just wanted to get some get some sense of what went on and then I asked them Redo. I need a lawyer. Am I under some kind of an investigation and they said Oh no Gatien your fact witness We can't tell you not to get a lawyer but we're here we're already here. We've come all the way from Washington. Let us just ask you a couple of questions. So this goes on and on for several more meetings for twenty thirty hours of now becoming an interrogation by the FBI agents DC four. And now the US here and so the this brings to mind the old clip of Thomas. Drake the NSA whistle blower legitimate guy whistling county taught FBI ever ever ever ever so. She goes on with the rest of her story now becoming interrogation by the FBI agents and they sees my files. My phone rockers might text messages my emails. And they wouldn't give me access to them. They would sort of hand them out one at a time redacted out of sequence and then quiz me about them and if I got something wrong if I said well I'm not sure if I talked to. General Flynn an hour before his phone. Call with the Russian ambassador or I talked to him that morning while they would then say well. You should've remembered that that's so important. We think you're dissembling. We think you're lying to us. And that's when they tried to trap me on a perjury charge. And that's what president trump was referring to they. Try to trap you charge and then I you to plead guilty because you know why they can bankrupt you if you have to go to court. And that's their ultimate weapon. Flynn that's what they general flint and then they try to corner him about his son. Father would be like way. Leave my son out of this and so he just went along with it but with the story that you just. Maria gets excited. The voice goes a little screech territory. I know that sounds misogynistic. I'm a big fan of the money. She needs to calm all worked out and let me say something else. Women like hearings needs to calm down a little bit. Wait another word relax. Maria father would be like way. Leave my son out of this and so he just went along with it but with the story that you just told. Katie is disgusting. It's disgusting you're there in your home. They knock on the door and say oh. Yeah let me just casually ask you a few questions hoping to entrap you. Did you ever get a lawyer? Katie Oh did you cut it off I did? I mean I got the best in the country. I'm Bob from celebrate Cromwell and then that that sort of things out but it was so bad Maria they. They were stopped at the foot of my driveway. And they waited for me to come back from exercise class and my husband to leave and then that was not knock so they were way they health plan from the beginning they were trying to attract the collateral. Peter Struck no that went to general. Flynn no he was not the knockback man. But I will say that with General Flynn as you point out. They blackmailed him. What bankruptcy but he sacrificed himself research and this was all a setup they knew there was nothing to it and yet they dragged people like me as collateral damage under this. They drag the country through three years of division. We're at each other's throats. We were not paying attention to business in the national conversation and why because they hated trump. They both that's not a bad clip and I learned surprised by it. I've learned some words. I learned a new word dissemble. I heard that too. I've heard well. That's that's a That's obviously a trade term. Oh must be definition. Conceal one's true motives feelings or beliefs. It said disguise or conceal dissemble. So it's not quite lying you just concealing your true motives feelings or beliefs. Yeah I like that also plan treatment. I think the word I'm working on plan treatment planned entrapment plan treatment just working on words. Here's Nunez making some short comment about Flynn clip but gives shot just throwing away clips now and you let me go back to what you just so you know your first question on on Obama and Biden. I don't want people to think that Obama Biden are are innocent in fact. I think they're very much involved in this. I think they knew a lot about it. But just because knowledge about it doesn't necessarily mean that they were in on it. Did they break any laws? And that's really what we're trying to get to the bottom. Still very confident that Durham is doing the job that we expect them to do. Wait what did you just bring me? A thousands of sealed indictment clip is that which she just played there. Well almost it's pretty close closed. But it's not quite. We got to boots on the ground report for just looking at some trump hate from Sir David dementia be and it was surprising and I'm glad he sent this in. You may have seen this. This is regarding. The trump death clock wanted a good good good read. I wanted to get your clip. Wasn't it of Amy Amy about the The trump clock talked about that trump death clients see. Was this time. Is this fifty six foot bill? This is an older clip but this is the clip and I want to tell you what it is fifty six foot billboard called the trump jeff clock has been unveiled in Times Square here in New York the billboard which created by the Oscar nominated filmmaker Eugene Iraqi so the trump difficult is a billboard that hangs over time square and what it shows is an estimate of the number of US covid nineteen deaths that resulted from the president and his teams failed response to the coronavirus outbreak. Thanks to to found she and leading epidemiologists we now know that had the mitigation guidelines put into effect just one week earlier on March ninth instead of March sixteenth sixty percent of US covid nineteen deaths would have been prevented. That's an incredible number and on behalf of all those who leaked needlessly lost their lives to this failed leadership in a pandemic we need a symbol of symbols not only for accountability but also for more responsible and responsive stewardship going forward at the time of this broadcast. The trump death clock stands at forty six thousand four hundred eighty five and growing. So this was virtue signaling this director but it turns out very very flaccid signal and they showed pictures of this billboard like Oh my God. We've got a clock counting the dead people in Times Square. So Sir David Dimension be when over to take a look at it. And he sent in this report Adam John went on my third trip into Manhattan for housekeeping at the office and decided to investigate the trump death clock a the wikipedia page provided a location West forty third and Broadway. That's right by kings right by my old office but the billboard was actually hard to find why because it's relatively small and the death clock is just one of many digital ads that shuffle through on rotation a fact acid rotational. It's it's it's an add on a screen effect absent from both the wikipedia page in any of the reports. We've heard now. The death clock is up for about ten seconds at a time. Depending on how many ad slots are filled by the way we could probably get a no agenda. Add on time square right now for nothing because there's no people they're advertised too. So that's your virtue signal. What else was on while Sir David? Dementia be looked at it. Well Stop Horse. Slaughter Governor Cuomo message of support buzzed balls cocktails colonoscopy ad from the colon cancer coalition new age spiritual website a native ad for the led company that manufactured the screen Venezuela tourism. And then every pretend seconds that trump death clock. How about that for some we? Thanks amy for scamming us. I mean that is also the way she ended that an counting I mean is it really counting or do they have to send in an update every every minute. The numbers accurate I mean. How does that really work? How does that really work? You know it's not real time. I mean are they. Are they injecting inserting brand new updated numbers with the trump clock? I'd like to know. Otherwise it's fake your. I think your earlier comments more important than than that conclusion. What was that we should put an ad up? It's cheap. I'M GONNA show must move by donating to know Jen. Imagine all the people who could do five D. We do have a few people think now. I will mention that in in the process of doing the as we're doing the show. I was doing some background. Tasking and I can not find the note and considering the fact that I get about five hundred pieces of email per day and that note it would be seven days old thirty five hundred pieces of email. 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What was for what was to become the no agenda. Show rest in peace to both your mom and Dad and thank you and JC for all you do is very kind of you Actually I called the embassy myself recorded on tape recorder where my mom helped me. The most is whenever I built some fifteen whenever I built a crazy little. Fm Transmitter. She would drive me around the neighborhood. See Far my signal would reach as a pirate. I've always appreciated that so I had. I had a similar kind of a moment where I would were the. Bs was obvious and it was about the same time as the international geophysical year and this was a moment. When you're little kid like third grade. Second I don't know what it was. But whatever greater was I'm looking at the world map and I'm looking and I'm thinking I'm thinking you know this thing is flush out the America looks like it would fit into Africa. Must've been one continent at some point. Oh no Yo- there was for Bolton back in the day now you're an idiot this data. That just looks that way. It's a coincidence. Do Stupid Kid and did the international geophysical year determined that they were hooked up and there were these things called tectonic plates and was moving all these continents around. So why were they so adamant about this? This like Hydroxy Cloth. Why these guys so adamant. Why don't they say something like well? You know it looks like I don't know I don't know maybe some time ago. We don't have the evidence one way or the other. No No. That wasn't was like there. They were adamant very bothersome. And I remember very very fifth grade teachers like so. There are fifty two states. My hand goes up and others fifty there fifty two well. There were fifty then they then you bought you people. Because they didn't like Americans you bought Alaska and Hawaii said. I'm so sure it was forty eight. Nash shut up and then I came in and I played the embassy the assistant ambassador. 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Now that that's being facilitated by the French. Nigel Farraj win out in the English Channel to report middle of English. Jonah were run on the edge of British French territorial waters It's a pretty calm day already. Living three migrant boats spotted such inventions. But the truth of it is this is a massive criminal. Surprise that his organizing making ball sums of money you can see the votes absolutely pat all being charge a minimum of five thousand euros eight the criminal gangs to make this crossing. You can't believe when you see how close the water is to the edge. I mean how massively crowded this as we could put them onto. But there's no point because we know the border false. The best is on his way from Davis. We will just kind of keep hip. We are now getting back into bridgewater's won't we know? Is it a French? Naval vessel is being seen as school saying but house of ritual to get into British waters off so these dinghies packed with maybe thirty people apparently paying five grand each. And they're being escorted. And the little you know. Little fifteen or ten horsepower outboard engine. Putt PUTT putting just to cross. And the French escort the right up to the British and the British and take him and Bingo. You're in something not right with that idea. No especially when you're in quarantine if you happen to be a legitimate traveller by the way to week. Quarantine applies to Americans going to England. That's not over yet. That's not over by a long shot know Christina and Shanta were supposed to come The nineteenth of May two now and it was one of the first direct flights. Amd Austin. That's gone that may never come back direct flight which I was pretty pumped about. Well no more okay. I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA play this my last clip than I have just let you know I have a couple of things I can play but I think I'm only gonNA play Well but says you just did that. Let's get this out of the way since you. That's an international report. I wanted to do a covert beaches in Barcelona clip. I have the the Harrison re that the camera Harris Clip which is kind of interesting but but at least get this this out of the way as a international report about beaches in Barcelona are open. Beaches in Barcelona have finally been allowed to reopen albeit with requirement for social distancing although with temperatures soaring keeping apart from others is a tall order for some Alexander or caught has the story but last the chance for people from all generations to go for a paddle and feel the sand between their toes. It's a part of everyday life. That bus lunar residents had badly missed until now people were only allowed to exercise alone between six and ten o'clock in the he's new. He's can with strict new instructions. What looking is allowed but sunbathing swimming and playing games in groups of forbidden? Stop whether face mosques especially be worn instructions repeated on loop through loudspeakers although some people say they haven't got the message stupid. I don't I can't even laugh about it. And so dumb. Wouldn't linking an exercise your six and ten. You may walk. Should've said don't play games. You'll they walk people resist. Here's a ass John. Tell me in. This isn't ask John. I'm going to play. A clip is twenty nine seconds. The president receiving the The space forced flag in the oval. Office then tell me what is interesting. About what the President says in this clip I call it the super duper missile. And I heard the other night seventeen times faster than what they have right now. Then you take the fastest missile. We have right down. You've heard. Russia has five times China. Working on five or six times have won seventeen times and it's just gotten to go ahead seventeen times faster if you can believe that general that something right seventeen times faster than the one we have right there. Fastest in the world by a factor of almost three okay. Did you notice anything interesting? The president said there. Will he said that there? We have a missile appearance. Seventeen Times faster than anything ever built right right which is also three times fashion. The Russian Hypersonic need to put on the glasses. You talk what you're dealing with here you got the Q. Glasses on I do. I'm wearing now. He said seventeen five times. What letter of the alphabet is seventeen? Six watery what letter only three. What letter of the alphabet or the outbid six Duh? I don't know I don't know I mean I could look at the Ben Count but you can just tell me easier Q. Q. And off they come. He said Seventeen five times clearly. Trust the plan where we go one. We go all Q in the house space urges. Well I got my last clip Rose I love it. I follow ups. Things ever to come down the Pike dight. Virtues CIGNA laying kowtowing to the Chinese. The Chinese are behind most of the today's show Was discussing whatever we discussed. These things are happening. A lot of it has to do with the Chinese. Why were denying the viruses made in a lab is because the Chinese media has told us is not for some reason? I think I have my thoughts about this discussing later shows Listen to what Tom Cotton. is asked about the Combat Camera Harris Resolution Hate speech resolution. And I'm just It's my eyes. I guess I just can't find what you're talking about here. Cutting hot on Harris resolution. I'm sorry got center. Also I think you know that this this whole thing started in Wuhan and you know that many people call this the Wuhan Chinese Virus Kamala Harris had enough. She has resolution. It's going to work. Its Way through the Senate to make to ban the phrase Wuhan Virus Anti Calls It anti Asia Asian your feeling on this while I objected to that resolution. Brian first off when it's just a city it's not even a people. I guess she's going to have to call that lyme disease for being anti Connecticut or maybe legionnaires disease for being anti Veterans Deka since Zeka forest in Africa but this political correctness run amok covers a more serious point. The DEMOCRATS WANNA wave their arms and say this is racist or xenophobic. And that's because they don't have an answer for China's rise and the threat that China poses to us. Joe Biden as we said has been weak on China for thirty years. So they have politically correct distractions to distract people from his terrible record on China. We can't let that happen. We're cotton business. The whole thing is virtue signal laying and then kowtowing to China. Yeah bite the last thirty years. A lot of people made a lot of money off of letting China in and setting up. It's not you know there's reasons why professors professors being arrested arrested. This cannot be overlooked. I know out of control. We get identified. We get wall to wall coverage of Laurie Laughlin. Pleading guilty. Yet we have Chinese spies. Professor Professor Orioles spies gets a mention little mugshot boom done. The media's not serving you this is why we exist this is why we are the no agenda show we are your podcast and we will be here again on Thursday to diss serving you. That's correct. They've got something do dissemble and we've learned a new word coming to you for shoot. I got to tell you about the end of show things. We've got Tom Stark weather. We've got A Fletcher got a great Jesse Koi Nelson. And then I have the man. I had the credits for Christmas song here. Oh yes the covert isolation Blues Sir. Chris. We've got Dave Bruce on Bass Joe Rami on drums and of course guitar. 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A lot of them aren't even asking the questions and those were struggling before they're hanging on by threatening no you're too young to understand which means that you're going to have to grow up faster than generations also. Not many people look great in those gaps. Especially if you have Baker's me guys. I won't tell you what to do with this. Do what feels good. What's convenient what's easy slavery? Civil WAR OBAMA DISEASE. Get a right. Every time took the stakes like no one does big things by themselves but what remains true. Everyone around you is hungry and sick. Realization may be kind of intimidating. But I hope it's also inspiring a lot of people wanNA assume you on that ticket and the answer is of course. I would be honor to run for vice president with the nominee problem figuring out whether you're familiar trump you a block teams really not just for me to say that out loud since. I'm not you know was asked me so. I hereby present buy a pack. I think that sounds pretty. 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