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Episode 123: When did you know?

Inspiration Nation

33:06 min | 2 months ago

Episode 123: When did you know?

"Inspiration nation hello lee tempe for another week on the podcast. We've my very good friend. Jose neue and now other god always turns up. Ryan pointed face. Are we doing enough about me. Point the abuse roy for the abuse on very good. Thanks very good. I an covered free now double vaccinated. That's how it works right. Yeah so. And i say so. It was a few hours waiting. Horrify fruits got beat coffee from a symptom. Find very good thank you. Gals was now. It's right then kill any thinks monkey away if it so ladies. What's your shave. Do some talk emotion with goods right now for this nonsense. Thank you everyone for tuning in and listening to mike. God's popcorn servcies youtube instagram. Wherever you are social media at least toying recently a complete right guys what just you just gonna black me right week this week on the conversation there. It is so off of a long code open. And tell you the story. And there's probably snippy these all the way through the podcast. The myself mr kemp. When i was a young at school i was a moderate achieve. Outside myself generously. I would your atypical c. student. I was very lazy. When it came to revise and coursework and homework and generally anything sco lights hit a miraculous loin of strength sees throughout outlawing. They date might still be that now. Why once they went up to college for once. Going to law got accepted into university for a little bit so i took. It really wants to go. What hotel for me needed to go to college or get job your had qualifications in it without really now that meant and a win for open accountancy firm and i absolutely politics. I had no idea what it meant to be an accountant. The exempt were they. Were really even the dropping vote for i company within an industry that we work that means joe very very well that said they give you qualifications. In a day we go. I'm gonna go for that learned. I need to research did a research. When got the job i would say. I think they will take on the role until it's lessons and kind of ambled along for the next many years for the assistant insistence at the insistence quite rightly of my harder at the time. A job at came up somewhere else that democracy could opportunity conduct came away from the token barrett applied for that went for that. I'm went on a course when i will about leadership shape so as a team leader hung up to this before i was atrocious. Tim lead didn't really know what i was doing. Conc- now looking at mistakes married prompted a job nowadays and it went on his course which is instruction to leadership three free one alcove is and it luma mind but this whole concept of leadership as a skilled like jaw dropping moment you do behavior styles and how you influence people white people after they act. And how would you be able to share in just completely always like I left that room a different person. I went into a after the first. The first section and completely changed view of manages offered if that session as well and that was a august on the paul to leadership really dive into go quite part being in place right. Then employed myself a number promotions going volkogonov staff really really really skillset. We took tell time not on here. Region we doing. This job is because we took radley endlessly outside of work. How you can stokes bookshelf lock that that's me. That's what leads. Second thing a i was at i work social thing sorry. It was a racing horse frightening thing and we the type area where you have food and drink and stuff that i never a couple of people custody offering today create may one was the ceo of become a yelp. Richie sold his company in wisconsin consulting and stuff like that and they were to grab what they do in a way they were and there was again. It was like a switch to my hate. And i was like ownby that i'd already fell. Knocker tighten control new new age. But it was like a whole new level click team. And that's where i was right. I'm going to learn things only push myself. I absolutely can get to that multiple levels. Above where i am now in what i'm doing and my legacy achievement and she's free myself into learning things traffic. It's why we do podcast now. I don't think i would ever even suggested dzhidzhov wasn't in that mindset. It's wind up doing the other podcasts. We've got not to mention Shortly it'll series for black phoenix. Financial podcasts fourteen episode to go on youtube and by his to teach myself day trading for you various projects and stuff going the toy. And it's because of this extra little of metality. And i think that he's now for what we talk about. If always told me for who. I am the aspects my personality all who i am to a call that i i had didn't So y you can tell the age of thirty. She's kind of bumbling wrong. And i didn't really know what i wanted to do. And i think. I even think i thought i could do more than get a job. And see how much you can squeeze advocate by working hard during our time etcetera etcetera etcetera did not first session where he More work than discovered in getting a salary. You can really make you something to be proud of. And that seconds. Lightbulb moment was what really showed me that it moved nice. Not just the job is you can do around on how we went through the people around. What how much you can learn and develop teach yourself. But there's a huge portion of my life where that wasn't was aspects of our union when i was younger. Nothing we said. You still beats of that. Ed but i definitely had an harnessed definitely. My mowing didn't know what i want to be longer even younger than young christer. Everything's about what you wanna do. We'll create one what you want to be tokyo. Catch what you wanna be when you grow up and actually there's a lot of people don't know what that is. I think feel feel like they have to choose some because they have to destroy. Go down paul before they really know what each because we defined this timescale. But i think everyone does these things right pace next year five years from now ten years from now fifty years from now one of the real pivotal chris moments or can really say it's a challenge. Might happen again. Got company when fifty years about this being big park mukasey He's always saying it's always changing undergoing inspiration. Just what we are going to reassure people who haven't quite found that seen yet found it will go with it that they might be more ready to show people that it's okay not to know and different things happen at different times people back keeping your eyes open an employee and things and being open to learn stuff which brings me to the subject of this week. Total title show which is called. When did you know so what you'll moments. When did you stop being old joe. When did you become inspiration nation. John and how many each rations of the after in a bit lifts go in Before shows himself costs that was just wanting to leave. Sco and have a desk job with computer capable compete bakti to that was quite visionary giant. Well you know been invented just about then as you say Decided to warn them up and everything was incredible But yet i wouldn't i. Well i require. It was like a close to it out. Giant intellectually left. Didn't tell that before so just left. It was stoke Seconds i think we have never heard this before. I'm sure we took that quality seconds before. That's really my socks. Folks came from when i was a kate. Honest invest Clijsters may just do not mix anew that anyway carlos through the show. I think one of was to not you to it working at church white up and then it was like oh elite shift ish might just reading too because he was good at your job go leadership position and is up. Six leadership should not smiling stock Now six ships are lucky anyway. Column story show again moving on from that coaching. The press negoti country nichols guidance. From that they know if with the coach of on and off Not being consistent Assistant and thing that changed. It was discovering Montel content. Because i was on off with the strain took to do this content that we did not really nice inspiration. That point was around. Just helping people get so. I really love same people win by love. Seeing people exceed. I love seeing people get their promotions already. No pleasure from that or gets honda. Pledge of same people get their goals. And when i saw the country we don't come free country. I love that the next. I had a senior kamo. Casino sick always had split off. How can it be comfortable Myself colleagues tell myself. I'm a coach on. Melita had to identify on konkan area and then the video came on. Said you're ready. You're ready because you never really ready. And that's what started and then about the book which i live in the books. Essentially how i discovered mccoll principal Job on word and ever since the exhausted a recognized mccoll prints which expression and this is only three years ago and i start doing is bombing videos. Yes and that situation so from coaching now. It's inspiring free content. That's where i now sit and that's been sitting out the last three years. I'm with the block and everything. So that's where i sit. So that's my china's to now is bringing spreadsheet swelling legacy Watch if my is still going to be stuff as we doing. And that's what i wanna do. I wanna leave their a try stuff with And watch and finish spot and now like you said late Trying things annoying things out. I didn't know i was to contact. Credible i love Correcting content. that's discovered you could absolutely love it and then it's not ruling. It's not like you wasted your life until that taught me what you've done. Things go how she family everything else but each stack calling dolf purpose and who you all the it can come in on. Any point can develop I think the things discovering actually we have my biggest pine was that was the thing from depression. And that's all sparks that whole thing about inspiration. Why dissuade really height on. What really love commonalities between nice things and he's pricing is always something always even when i was local Now also convinced fresh figures. Another pretty awesome Thinking oh really thinking that. The i wouldn't find some like dry and so i've always looked for recognize until did that work. I don't see you'll reggie so self cash about you'll ready and who you wanna be what you become an. That's where let's i'm now out of the longer sessions be fair. That's always been the case. Each she comes home at different times in different stages and again that site coin for people got passionate extreme or look things. I wish i could do that. Is you up to you can and it one one. Little step a toy consistency. That stuff that we date very quickly monitoring if you dummy citing a quick peek behind the curtain backstage on the show so mean revenue chat at something and recommended during sex. Or sniffing call. Marco book could be a really good idea jr. Let's get two pages from the book off in a minute or tight. Some screen shots. And i'm saying them cheers knowledge. Thank you and they know of shops that ten minutes on the road from me. So don't machines. On when alex will up shop my phone ping ping and then even ping ping ping ping ping ping ping ping and joe would send me fifty seven pages from this book that you taken out of it. Which was a really really nice thing to do. I just said you realize how many at least the gravity being fifty seven pages brilliant. That's more what sacked and i normally get a week dot com. That's eight minutes recognize. How the what you did and you think that long is that low. That was good fun very quickly as well before we move on. Just wanna give quick. Shout out as i shout out to ourselves hit. Oh to inspiration to all your fantasy show if you like what. We're doing fine off the coaching service day. You can get some good one on one. Coaching free twenty minute consultation. I'm sewing up to the newsletter. Just take on blow tab Fractionation stole head over for your fantastic inspiration. Merch very quickly. We got him metro. The screen mccaw chose chose tracking behind. But we air joys multi inspiration agents. It's fall to halt reach way when they are wonderful. N leg on the front. Jose no inspiration nation on the back. I was take you with me giant. Having with me i'll thanks financed the show us able to appreciate and every guy facemask jokes. Open up lunch somewhere as well. Right sorry ryan. I interesting because you are younger. Than i was when i even had more fast paced eight. Or we've referenced. Before the euro further. Down the line than i was at the you are now certainly tend to create focus. What you do stop. What's what's your perspective on kind of modes of made you way you all or actually aspirational things. You might see you down the line. So i was always a bit of an overachiever. Sco if we're gonna go back down this off. Nah but my my exam results didn't show that. Because i knew i was in a retriever so i never tried so i never revised in. I was too small for my own goods. Could you could argue in the sense. That i just didn't in our why donate to revise another So i came out. With some as abe's some etc could have and probably should have achieved a lavazza with i'm gonna be rolling. That still very good results went off to six form which existed when you to the h. but it's equivalent of college the secondary school they provided an eye level service or a g c savage view. I think that would have been. You'll that your on ams or you mean serious to me you show so ever since. I was little Aspiration wants to walk into city. Watt somewhere else. Where a suit. Maybe a tie. I know you're not directly. But anything could have been on the way or it could have been could have been a a man in a suit doing business stuff and Some jesus as levels i studied business management and business studies i'm debugging by those And then i reached a a to about fourteen years old and talk on cash and angel- wash plates in a cafe mabel. I the money on the spending on clothes really Not was that and then Sixteen finished my. Gps as a. We'll start insulating form. And i said well. How do how intense saint qualms gonna be the officer. Is it was nine cents so i ended up getting on job at a false rudra stroke. Just what you were looking at. I watch mcdonald's. Mcdonald's from when i was sixteen or was when they won twenty so i'm sort of doesn't see what the deal week and day and age. I love the money. It was amazing to me. That was some days where i would finish school. Three agai- to drop me off at mcdonald's full and i would walk four till midnight. I'll come home would go to school on. Repeat rinse repeat seven basically entirely illegal Because i was sixteen seventeen why that many at the angel at that time at that age. But i didn't ca- i really did not care. I loved it. I loved the money. I love the fact that was making friends and that was great. What what really halts. Coaching advocate they will crew training which is always installs Get antsy payroll is essentially jovis to try and people. The new basically and in new areas of the restaurant in salah did that for about six months. And i was thought co i'm done was next and ship management. Which is your essay. It's a supervisor on the role of leadership in that area. That involved three day course in london a lot of theoretical textbook. Wok which tom in for Amazing friends and people needed learn from them bounced off them and kind of established a pulse. Nago promoted a must have been eighteen. Years just turned eighteen hours the youngest chip manager at the time in the country. I think Did that for about two years. I think trying to work out the dates two years or so then. I decided while a decided by ended up. Austin's up guidance. Twenty four hours and that meant at that point the laps overnight and being a young eighteen year old. I had no responsibilities to a law. Lumbered with eleven. Pm seven am chips. And don't get me wrong. I manage them. I did okay but actually crucified in sexual life and it been sleep fatigue. It right you'll so and at this point to stress. I know nothing about what to do. I'm just not going to what out in money. Finishing gonna walk out of money vintage in spending on the weekends or whenever. I get paid clothes. Detained go out 'cause whatever And then and then i one day. I woke up when i was on. I'm done with working overnights And i had a friend. Outside of mcdonald's what a insurance company sales and customer service representative role and they were like we actually get a salary. Hey you know -ality page you get good benefits to start back from work for come game. Vote outside thought on apply apply three roles applied for a customer service and saudi prince the role which is my friend. I applied for claims on the role. And i applied for an admin role. I think i had absolutely no idea what set to this business. I had no idea what they did. I have no idea how it was. The only thing. I knew about insurance is. That's what it is was that you needed it. Some daily outdraw knew nothing. Winston job tons out naturally institute may was like a pretty being chased lesser So we'll be ready well to this day and She would like me for whatever reason mitchell job being training on same of try will join us for about six months And during this time the company originally what full was taken over taking over a few months prior the As they're all with these things time and eventually one of the costs co-hosts kind of involved and start to change the problem. As far as i know because of that. That's why i wanted. Just pay them and did a job at a trainee and one day. I sat down with my boss and she was like there are eight if you on this team to of you with our into one same six view into another and for whatever reason i got paid for one of the two to go to different thing. That was no roy moore reasons to why was picked. As far away. I was picked moved put down and i was in. Its aim. the was the more experienced the different job essentially a lot about the world of insurance and things like that so i spent the first three months nine in and start building a report with team leader time and turned out that we had a head of in common we are. I stay quite similar. Impassive as as people Share along. Different traits sorcery gerald. The same traits have a lot of the same characteristics. Quite same us. Nazi wise in a lot of aspects in the ones on massive. But the ones that are more recognizable. They'll let my my training lucky. I got extra training to deal with more expensive and complicated claims as we did not department Just as much blah blah blah the following year addtional back as part of that got moved into it was the first bleeding entertain in that area of the business. The come from the over. And as paul of that sounds might leaders boss bad boss who is consequently came in to us. Soy austin's inclined to change the the way it works and to kind of doing that. You'll basically i remember being told that you were coming in one day and you were a big european guy. I'm become mccown. Did you know how untrue that was. Yeah call out to be completely mature. Whatever and i remember being really scared of the pair of you but around the mitchell was me. I also remember in thinking i wanna be. I wanna do that. No idea how to get there. But i want to do that. So as time went on three lights up Lee actually had a project that came up and he wanted to do something called blocks. Put my hand up. 'cause i knew the video quake from just whole bays and things like that go involved and they expect to say did quite well. Mcconnell had good as each other bounce things off well from each other. And i put in. Will i would think the extra mile. What's in base holiday. What's roots get some stuff done then. That was the best remembered that you make as having to give you those days holiday back as a thank. You and. I was like you not to do that. And you saw so. They slept in the day and since then every project is come up. The i knew even an inkling about going in and As a result of that eventually applied for a leadership program the clinic goats law companies. Talk one said fullness at entry level jobs and i go on that goals and they only trying to speed up. They're gonna outside but the other knee Thing in my mind at the time was. I wanted to be one being physician. The leeann then palestinian between the other person i mentioned narrow and i remember going some christmas polity because that was found out and tried to conversation with the other person and she said to me. You know what you wanna do it from completely honest with you. I want your job. I wanna be where you are. And she loft no abney but she caught a chocolate and fair. Enough i again. I knew nothing about how to get that. Nothing about how to do. I didn't know anything i didn't know how to do. My team needs joe. I didn't know how i'd have no idea how to do that. Person's job or even further and sort of how do me stop somewhere and that was my that was my first point is a point from the fact that i got on really well read and we bonded and he pushed me to get into that cool that six month period and then doing those projects that was things and least about lock as well but those things dispel into quite the exact roy time and though i just i just excelled for all of that. Did the goals applied for some tamely positions whilst to increase was unsuccessful. Lun took me a while to learn by. Learn why. I didn't get wrong and i use. My biggies told semi volunteers which was being able to know things other. People don't Whether that's a technical thing whether that's an operational thing whether that's a hypothetical thing i knew i found things out on things other people didn't and that made me in my mind side in my role almost impossible and i use those. I used that experience helping people at the blunder back from the cool side. Did the things. I learned to mind. Volunteers and announced her leadership position So i mean you could argue the three people that were above me from handling role when i first started three reasons where i am where i am now But to me and it might be me being made. But i still. I still think the. I'm lucky thumb so lucky. I've just asked me a question of the aunts without know the answer then. I don't guess by us at. I used guestimation along with it and it just seems pretty much. Every time the comes up my way and that might be the guestimation. What set himself short. It's it's the do know these things. And i'm just on june saito one southbound but yeah that's pretty much what on story tons of employment and stuff like like you said mrs similarity with us in this part of the key message are wanted for the schatten is sometimes you know what he that you want to do. No no talking to you. What is your date. They job what it will other aspects that make up you are gravitating and sometimes you don't know what they are until they come on and warlike the messages in worrying because you happen eventually because you have to work hard by things once. She do foin y.'all if she stood by. You know what to tell me right you might not know more. You won't even know them by the time you're fifty. They will be there but what you did. And the audi despite mobile put mine down to a lot to lock and stuff. But it's something you talked saying. Made so only start work when i was fifteen and it was the same gary from school. What happened in our country. Where i doing work. Ordway recall college and urged whatever it was. there's a work ethic. The sat behind was doing so in opportunities came along. Deploy myself to them and saying he ryan is all these things you say today aged you'll initially working for the business and stuff he learned and that conversation but dinner about wage. You wanna go in those steps up and the projects we've done together. I don't think my fell into place at the right time. I think that when knows opportunities came along you employed yourself and if those opportunity to come along other one would you earlier you gave go you jump to. You gave it your role. And then once she found something you gravitated to really per of f. into it so we don't have a lot of control over the chance come away but the more the holiday you were captain minimal -tunities the mall challenge as apology created. And coming yeah. I think when i was sixteen working out is off to school. I put it down so wack if i put it down to the rewards always getting out the by one hundred percent but i think doing those things that work i think it developed most common sense in me to say well. I enjoy doing this. So why don't we just do it. Will it's outside of the money reasoning outside of financial Rain busted you get for. It is about what it is that what it gives you a second hold on testing the second by work in his. We'll all live and breathe. Until the day i die it is something about something don good at something i think for all three of us. It's something that we kind of push on. It gives us another reason outside of having to pay the bills to kind of get out of bed absolutely parentheses important and you haven't found georgette or you know what to eat or things like it's out fuel reach the messages. Just keep going the theme of today right the country saying we listen to many so very quickly thank you. Everyone stain social media actions wayne. Jose annoy inspiration. Check him out. You know whatever jazz. We say showed which when. Rapper software quite. I'm going to say work and it wasn't was expecting to come out of today. We've go with taking baby steps to achieve your goals. They may seem like that is the headline but they may see malls waiver. They're only x. Thirty ten thousand steps there are one hundred steps to take the first one. Most luck is a skill. I like it. Like is a scale under the said brian. I will count us down back again next week. Everyone we appreciate you out there three to one inspiration. Catch you guys later.

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Episode 101: What does inspiration mean to you?

Inspiration Nation

36:34 min | 7 months ago

Episode 101: What does inspiration mean to you?

"Inspiration nation hello. Welcome back to another week on the podcast episode. One hundred and one you may recognize the my voice is again not the dulcet. Tones of mr kemp. His sabbatical rains for another another week. His one hundred hundred is basketball for his hundred week. Service level to the focused on second week off Him with earlier a seems good. Joe says you spoken to him You know his says our love goes out to him. As i'm sure the love of the nation does as well but i'm joined today as well as with joe. Neue how you doing good duty and how. How good you goods tuesday. The snow's all melted outside starting to hear this spring in the next couple of weeks. A vaccine roll out or does talked about nifty lockdown. A few weeks for picnics and stuff. We're on the move. Twenty twenty one is the year gave me back to oldest in young said the hype to to give us some leeway around around I thought it was march. Eight for may not be fully up-to-date the government's ford vice but march the the first time the first day that considering releasing we learn a little bit of restriction picnics. In the park and stuff the every step we take another step back to back to normality actually normal life. But yeah i'm good. I'm ready ready for another week. Credible in its think. We across now for while a within roy joy a hater while together as well. He's back for another week or the podcast that these people joining thanks goes joining. Yes amazing the thing could twenty six idea or the Sitting here next week. But yes i using these costs will be like a segue into when we listen back. Post pandemic get so little time capsule designed a don't want to think about anything. Anything during pandemic asserted. His party's pandemic Livestock again. You can look at ten years todd. Jimbo show one hundred and one will be it will. It'll be my grandparents about the second world war and i'm not comparing the two things because they're majorly different talking points of a generation yet wobble to you've got the moon landing talking point of a generation you've got i weapons in the eighties. Eight maggie thatcher close in the coal mines and eighty as a talking point of and generation. Where twenty twenty and there was a global pandemic that will be talking point of our of our generation. I think serve. We'll be one anna return grand grandkids in for you probably a bit short time but maybe for me the next four fifty s the accu. My diet to stand for twelve months shape was terrible. Always faithful any time. Since not bad things happen. The united state bog rush. Show stuff back wrestling rush. Yes you had missed out Yes you could find us on twitter and instagram. listen to i n Listen t. I always have to spell it out. Can't just say you have to spend out as well at. Is jose neue on pretty much. All of your social media. She just in jose north and George smiley face will pop up here. but yeah boy is subject this week. What fresh means what does inspiration means spout. So you know what inspires you walk in. You know what is it. The radi sold mentioned you in house. this stein's relation. That's tonight from you guys or you guys you ride in fact Start with me and say it's price and if you listen to podcasts baseball. You'll know they spicy talk talk at you have to feeding spoi- doing things is no meaning or purpose. Pretty spot something you know. That's why i'll have to drive to do these types of things these types of conversations. Because i think these are important so as we talked about expression nation podcasts. I think he's quite nice to have. I talked to thinking about inspiration. And i'll talk before i think about lies priced films in fact before we came on roanoke token local preamble. If you've been following the paul costs you'll now we have a little pre preamble before we come on in a leisurely ryan lee myself revenue chat. It's me north. Nice meeting that we catch you in a week was happen but we talked about things. That spot is what he's trying to strange talking about not long ago that us. What you re stole the matrix matrix films that respond me. I was for that rockies. One of the one of the franchises five million we run our talking about what films and sec. roy innis. He said he does not three. Shows really surprised. That a that phil. We thunderlips in with hulk. Hogan is the headlight wrestler britain clubber. Lang mr t. Classic fill in fact to shop every watching him so in fact. This poet coin is like that a make a point gain spot. So let me to share with you. A little bit will give me inspired. So i have a morning routine few if this before please go back into simple also talk about routine so if mitigates spine have routine out early again around five. Am exercise Exercise most impressive. Press out press ups sometimes got running money for while and get back in some form of physical exercise then will update is all meditate than i'll stopped writing journal dental. What something inspirational. A channel singles missed an onsite studios is thing of what you titus. Why is music. Music is a really good way to get and always listening. I think listening was rocky soundtrack. That gets got meet Tells back into the guy. When he's to watch films a soundtrack is just something like a sandwich Melodic as we go and people when they're feeding side or down was i tend to run went through the before i'm hearing myself conversations before and people when this ad will watch sad films and tv shows and listen to sad music because that is how they feel they do not do the opposite and listen to positive things Happy music because that is not one that brain is to do. Said sorry with challenge. The of circus. I watched this is to put something on this guy. Get you moving. This gonna lift you. 'cause reinforcing how that is not going to help to just really making sure that you're adding something and i'll tell you what it upon the training montage in fact i don't neutral but he's like there's a whole training once rookie and it's not music and i'll start of what an i'll start getting much more. Intimate backed start to think about doing anything. So like this or anything so in front of people as you get into do that. And i've been at. That's something going have to try and get some routine but that is the sort of thing i'm looking for so you need to think about this. You'll retains what you to. How could you get it in two. We sponsored what do what is the thing that gets you down to one thing and i think the answer is changed in the last twelve months or so. Can we cy. Last twelve months. Won't date and in post feldman's can you break. I won't inspired me top on the money. In what way did money inspire you at the fact that it was the reason that i got out and stuff. It was the reason that i went into what was to earn money and it wasn't why was twelve months. Ago is too short time. I would say eighteen months to two years ago it was was my mindset literally probably before we started this before we thought that was where my head was. I was gonna go to wet for money every everything else do much else. Is you know the money to pay my bills my life. Whatever that was it was as times progress. That's changed and i found the what i get. The most out of things is what what gives me the most out. Things is what. I should be focusing my effort into regardless because the money is going to beat. As long as i'm an employment that is always gonna come in. There's not gonna. It's not gonna stop if i'm actually working so don't worry about that. You have to think about that. That sewing itself out now. It's more what can i do beside that. That can develop me and could give me a good feeling throughout the day. What pumped me up and gets me go in a few select things weirdly thinking what would expect today from suits because he was coal and i like that. What would have respected to from suits. They just images eight He would achieve the best outcome. Possible is a fictional carrots but the perception the perception behind him and the character that was built around him was bill. This personality that you could do whatever you just get through it. And that started p people by fictional non fictional one of my friends. that was my boss for awhile. Friends as possible for three four years. Good friend of mine. He he inspires me because we were so alike my role models some of which have become friends over the last few years. Lay being one the you know when you start in a place given figurehead to the. This is your leader. This is what you do. And i've always been the kind of person that's right. I'm here and get to that. And i always thought really easy regimented road over his latest but he was somebody that i wanted to model myself on kind of part of and he. He became a friend through. What can we ended up doing this. But that hasn't changed. It doesn't change the fact that he helps inspire me to do. I do my job. Well it doesn't change that fact. And he he knows that kind of thing we've had those conversations before and i never have those conversations with people that kind of emotional person but you know. I thanked him the other weekend. If i told you before we told you off camera. I thanked him the other week for the the help east given me indirectly indirectly based on the only person neither was was also friends. The keep me go in. Go of go music as you say. Go sometimes what really gets gets me pumped up on the day is the fact that the quick cargo almost the day we get back into bed from having a good day. It's quicker will be over. I can go back to sleep. It all sorts of things. I find motivation and i find inspiration in the tiniest things. It doesn't matter what it is our find it and i'll just and sometimes takes months to find. It sometimes. takes weeks undertakes days. But eventually i'll find it and okay right okay. i mean and then i'll run with it. I don't ever get inspiration. Sit on it once. I get it. And that's yeah that's pretty much so you said around curious tonight me said of well citizens is what's the difference in your between the two is. There is not null. Now i think the one in the same At google the dictionary would suggest is the difference between them inspiring. Someone probably is more of a mental thing is more of the stole. Something it gives you reason to do or as motivation is probably a bit more of a physical being or physical object. Giving you a reason to do something. But i don't i don't see a difference if any passing they birthday both. Give me the the fuel to get done what i need to get done. If from the aussie asians you said like on see my passion is something that makes you go towards. Inspiration is a bit more scoring on a meaning. Meaning herkus envision so when when conc- anyway always look to any any effects any anyplace from we as if what for business god's work Team up someone will be around. Because i find something about inspiring like like if i'm looking for business on look for inspirational leaders like nippon keeps cups elite. What so aspiration was surprises. You look for all those. Inspirations people few in this business get inspiration for me. What's to really need help. It would something now feel that come on a mission with something that inspires me if i'm gonna mission to do something that's going to get me to do more work and that so i'll classmate with different motivations is called it can be quite short term because if you're motivated through whatever short-term then once you get it that's not by dips old some to kiss a white some us salmon money was you hit the thing that's like a short term strategy ways inspiration for me. That's that's a lifetime so last time will very long time thing of course is guidance career as you market different businesses different different places. But it's like. I'm looking for this. And if i find it i'm on board like that is a big thing in this is the whole reason. Way inspirations come from his nationalist we want you to feel inspired by doing things that still you up you know or believe on this planet that is one of the least foreign schwartzman people planning to find purpose. What the he to do. And that's one thing. Poku is people that reflect and had these conversations and talk about a case of ammo to warm on this planet too much. Just take to get balloon often dr. I love david. Gergen says he said that you want to beat the child and he doesn't cite his big nine the sky. What would i took about the about. The also got meet my make up. He tries to imagine that when he when they look at his charts. He'll die biko Born on such and such he wants to beat that he has. Won't you call almost expect you to john that that's what he's doing and i think that for me. She had pizza meals. Living a great life is to not expected. You're going outside things you'd normally expect you'll be in the cia. I love that are stocks inspiring for me if it gets me to my life and you wherever being maybe virtual reality world virtual bidding goes in this code. You want and what we expect you to do this but you know you did. You actually smashed it and you did this this this this this we would expect you to do that. That's the life of star. Really stop in beijing and you know feel bit behind the curve on that because now but i don't think it matters when you start star and that for me is where that's his house i sit with you on. What was you also have said. Everything felt all thought about it in that kind of context before i feel that every person on the planet is paul of life story in the sense the Have apart we play. Some of us might be president of the united states. Some of us might be been manno. Whatever we play paul in life that keeps the ball in the world spinning if you want a good metaphor. Everyone plays that part to keep it going some in good way. Some that are not so good way. But there's a video going the route going the rounds at the minute. Tyson fury the books yeah. He's one division heavyweight champ. I think he wilder last year but Anthony joshua's got like the other four as far as my knowledge isn't fantastic. I think that's right but he did a podcast. The other week or with mike tyson on it a few of them and i can't remember specifically said that he was talking about the life is everything you have in life is borrowed. Don't own anything 'cause soon as you die. It doesn't matter it's gonna go. Somebody else is going to go anywhere to wherever you have in life is borrowed so the only thing that you live for anything that you can ever live for a moments and memories and if you think you're going to write that down now the point being the reason behind it is the is the everyone everyone lives their life for a cer- a moment some persons moment as i've mentioned might be that your president of the united site or heavyweight champion of the world for five ten years but it might also a the european. You're your parent to a kid. Every you know your parents with child the bringing up in the world. The moment is going to be something big you live for being those moments live for anything physical. It doesn't matter you're going to die. The clothes you're wearing doesn't matter that top you'll use in doesn't matter a foreign. You're watching this. Through doesn't matter. The hip are introduced into. This doesn't matter you're gonna lose it quite date from quite morbid. You're going to lose it gonna die. There's no way you can look past that. So the only thing you you can not was what he was talking about. He said humans always want more. You can be the richest man in the world you're going gonna want more but doesn't matter does it. Because you're just gonna lose it. It doesn't eat you don't own anything owning it from the world but what you do take away and what you do get to capable. Nobody can take away from you the memories and the moments that you live in and the people that you help and however whatever way you could it what you take away from this world is what you physically put into in terms of the moments. You create the memories you make. And the time that the you'll hear for this is all moment. This is your myron That's what is i said. That's what he was saying. Not really sat with me really well and i think i'm quite top chain in the sense. The is hard in. i'd say but what it does do. Is it kind of sets the tone that nothing matters. Apart from the memories in the moments you anti-counterfeit nothing matters. So if you find motivation in nothing summing co everything though inspiration in anything. that's for you. It's not for anybody else that's for you. Does it matter if you drive a lamborghini or a fear Honestly doesn't matter is war is out. What on our keep saying it but it's about what you get out and what you put in so it is lupus spoken a lot. Yeah that's good. I think he's really good. And i think. I think we with outside this picture little bit. Could you tiffany in a similar way. But a different way. So we sit around. It doesn't matter it doesn't mean like it doesn't matter it's just like it means to us leave your best life right because it's taught knowledge in which you're gonna be very careful about our i don. I don't want anyone to scientists. Don't go to work because as a matter of course of course is kind of things matter obviously for your current current being but anything iran racing the us buyer on a physical level. Outside of of you have in it for six months sometimes five years whatever. It doesn't have any consequence to to your life that you can send your death bed. You don't wanna remember some gadget boy thirty five years ago. Is that what you're going to be thinking about the things that you've done what you've taken out of life what you put into so when i say it doesn't matter vigil things can matter obviously but in the sense of the grand scheme of things in your life. It doesn't i love. It is the thing is when you think about it wolf coming and you leave with nothing. Nothing so to speak to people of mature ages against isis leading to dietary. Say right now so yeah in clever wedding when we fix the people of the age what. What do you usually formula. No one else on lakewood. She's talk about talk about things they've done. Talk about memories and they have. Yeah and that's what you say what you said that if we just talk about the things speaks mom lesser saw and she talks about a lot about things. Don you used to do so you do get sat point which is so so important we have that quality of life like does matter is what you make in those moments of you helped. So i'll you being a good chairman. All you all the best of your ability when you think of the block about essentially some ridiculous don but it of course it. What did we talk about. Kicking kaffee some as well right the blog. We're not do this confused. There are some ridiculous number so that we all bold like it's an absolute miracle that we the family important. Yeah i know. I've heard the number four. I don't not talk my head. It's crazy number that we actually neural vote. And i think we tend to lee saw if that content were always again apart. We'll get books taller as simone. Ma your code a screen. Not miss any now. The bulk stadium. I you know that sort of thing becomes a little bit a bit. The same so much challenge to people is to found a number. I think almost the number is the miracle number. Wise boylston read out by abreast regard. So it's the probability of you weeks sting all comes out to about one in two hundred two point. Six five million to the power of ten to that's to two million six hundred and eighty five thousand than ten zeroes on the end of that. That's separate ability if you've been alive that's crazy for me. So the fact that we all he to the fat. You're watching or listening to this right now. You are a miracle my friend when absolute miracle irap here you think about that. These things have had aligned you to be here you think about that. Think about people coming together. I have a childhood think about before knife a line. Like if you'd like something correctly is like easy miracle i. I don't know how your parents met job. Hypothetically if your mom didn't gonna tesco's to get milken bump into your dad and exchange mobile numbers you wouldn't exist and then if you go for now you know what i mean just hypothetically hypothetically or or with ed with their mom didn't go to work that day. They wouldn't have crashed their car into your grandad's car and things have happened that are beyond human comprehension for you to exist for anyone to exist and it's it back with a mind when you sit down and think about it. The butterfly effect is in love. That yeah that there's an actual like effect in real life as well but with which utah quest for whether the buffalo wings and something happened just a time if if so as an example if you went back in time and squash. The butterfly that pacified wouldn't get eaten by a insects that wouldn't get eaten by a velociraptor. The wouldn't turn into that something that starts even civilization. The you won. Those chain of events have happened to assert order. A specific time in a certain way to allow for the chain of events happened after. And if you could if you knock that out of kim terrible caused any problems then thwarted you know it won't exist. You might not have been born on this the ways those so back to the future isn't yes. I've never seen those films properly in the family. The family like parodies. And you have to make sure that one person gets to another person to make sure that somebody else exists in it. Works works on on the same principle. We think about that for minutes so few to be his poker stink forced to happen. If you look back to me have mobile phones. What do i. It's just a co nine. I'm interested in trying to make you sound younger than you are. Factual essay buy online. But you can start to say if you really think about serving listening watching Up you're welcome. You're welcome you know sweetie poll a that. You know you think about your life and you think about what it took to get you here in you expression life right because lifetimes on you know we are just when you think about what cable so you think about what planet earth is in in in in the grand scheme universe real. Go pick all the dust running garman one just one of one of billions of stars when you start to think in that capacity when you wake up in the morning you think well okay on if i do make mistake Mike mistake now. We tend to look fire and things of that. The is fighter. But it's not you know you might start you. Learn and five is learning side. This is ricky you to think about your life. You can get inspired to who. I am absolutely miracle on actually here. And yes things can be tuffy these tough everybody and another thing. I believe wrong. You can change well. I believe your problems. The things are put in front of your life at their specifically designed for you like so. I've got my specific problems. Ron's gospel they're there for you so and as you solve them. It's like a little bit of computer. You're solving them to get that next level so everything find you. Whoever is you stay designed for you specifically because you made certain choices and those choices leads to consequences that lead to circumstances week we don't need second tons and tons and tons and tons of decisions accept responsibility for that in that can stomach. If you've been pal to start a calc only patmore immediately right now. What can starts to start to change headway. Perceive things the way the high things i do everyday to make that impact in feeding spy doing them and thinking about your life with and how you arrived and hey can think about your life and the short term. We're here right. Because i know roy. Hello and oh boy I'm not moment we we think about that. You know we're not here for that long. Does it matter when you're writing. Now we think the world goes so quickly and he's to is to hear people talk guide us so there's all sorts of things. Just remember that your life is so precious. We used to think that and you go back to upset. I want Mental health bible begun to win out of tulsa terms that story. The whole claim put be fair. That one is quite easy. Thanks a lot you eligible in a but yeah so just think about that and thinking about source of things a having that you know if you'd asked me they re doing this right now charles. But it's what you make of life. Angry run any any other so that a full we move on. We aren't going to have to wrap up. Yeah it's been off an hour. I'm pretty sure i've been would've called time. Look at the time but any any any final thoughts. I think we've deviated very heavily away. From what is boys inspiration award inspires me but in the grand scheme of things everything that we've spoken about is reason for me to be inspired and what that provides me and you i guess what inspires you is is inspiration. But if you hadn't had been off the moment she happened in your life. It wouldn't be inspiration. The would be cricket. Could be anything same with me. Like if i hadn't had the upbringing. I had or the previous experiences. I've had i wouldn't have the the motivations and the inspiration that i do have is consequential to each other. Yeah what about you. You go any final thoughts on what we're going was talking to say about make sense talk together. It's inspiration comes from you comes from the things that you do. That's the one thing he got land isn't it is. It isn't one-size-fits-all was it. It's it's what whatever a lot of people will have similar out inputs as you would save. That's why people like gary and another kind of coaches have such a big follow in his loads of people have that kind of understand that they're inspiring but that doesn't mean walk will inspire you and all about you'll type slot your phone or like that will take that when you respond to certain things and you'll take them and used them that we're different not safe for me. Leave leagues different from us to take the base that we need to live our best lives. And that's what we get it and that's what prices are going to find out inspires you and what is it. Get lot roy. Beginning about routine stall really smooth with a routine smartest thing stop morning think about the miracle is your miracle. Think about that and think about what you can bring to this planet while you. He wants the reason. What's the thing you'll bring. Because i believe everybody's got massive value to add in this world. You scott that is. Maybe you're maybe you're a person who wants to like help them be listened to them just to listen to them doing that. I'm gonna call him what that he's gonna buy if you serve people if you help people it makes you feel ryan to earlier. Helping people are going to help. People feel better. It makes life a great adventure right so these are the things that really important we think about as you guys drew. That's always and all the end run talked about was the memories we hold onto your boy. Nothing leave nothing because members and who knows you know we must like not reality yoga knowledge. We are plugged into a major knows. We wanted to see if that happens. We like our amazing. That was awesome. That was just incredible. What whatever enjoy the moments coming in really enjoying these podcasts. Really join the conversation that we've drifted into is one that i could talk about our approach after retouching some point but yeah you can call that people get lease. Take this kind of stuff as well. Because he's a an intellectual person bless him but yeah we've been inspiration nation again. As i mentioned you can catch us up. Listen to i. Listen to you on twitter instagram. Joe is jose neue you talk mincy or the social media search vase. He's face there'll be links towards other social media's the website shop of is not as pristine as late as these intros and out tros by my best But yeah i think that's us for this feature truth dumping i'll do my best not do my best pass only three to one it's Nation will catch you guys later.

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Sydney Powell Has Gone Rogue; New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy Taunted At Dinner; Retired Florida Man Saves Dog from Alligator; Colin Kaepernick Wants Convicted Cop Killer Released

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Sydney Powell Has Gone Rogue; New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy Taunted At Dinner; Retired Florida Man Saves Dog from Alligator; Colin Kaepernick Wants Convicted Cop Killer Released

"This is the gerry callahan. Podcast are you going to have the actual smoking guns to present to the courts. We've got a number of smoking gun and we have to get witness protection for them. Here's gerry callahan. The president's legal team dumped sydney powell which leaves us to wonder to ask. We'll ever get to see the cracking crazy crazy developments on that front Yesterday also i'm i'm suddenly in favor of people harassing politicians and restaurants. While they eat their family. We'll give you the latest one of those and tell you why it's It's it's okay by me. My andrew cuomo gets us emmy today. We want to congratulate shoutout to to the the governor of new york he wins an emmy which by the we find out he had to nominate himself for the patriots. Dropped to four and six which is not good. that's That's mediocre middle of the pack. What a grim season for them We'll give you another reason to hate. Colin kaepernick is. 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I don't know shattuck's a strange cat. And he makes fun of me for some of the feminine moves that i make in life and i saw his wife cleaning the gutters. Yesterday on facebook record good lookout atop shattuck yesterday wife was clean the gutters ladder. Would you want him up to do a quick disclaimer. because when i built this livestream for our facebook audience. I do it in advance. Turtle boy is having internet issues and will not be joining us because he is on the title of today's show. That's a shame. Well he might team up with. He always says the open invitation. Like all the guys do they have something to say. They can join us and he probably does Does have plenty to say over from this weekend But this it's just it is a crate once again crazy newsday. Here's here's the way it worked for me. I watched you know. Sidney powell for whatever now to three weeks to an interviews. Doing she was on with howie. Carr on friday. I believe She's been on on at these. Press conferences wicha. Liani the press conference with giuliani's head. I was dripping down his face. She was standing right behind him. She's about two feet taller than than rudy. But she's a very well respected lawyer shoots she got a general flynn she free general flynn which was a great public service. And if you're talk she's obviously smart. She's on the ball. She's aggressive and in the middle Out of nowhere yesterday. We'll find out the legal team. Trump's legal team dumped her just separated themselves from russia. She's on her own now because she's been increasingly. She was increasingly unhinged and i tweeted like an hour before they made this announcement. I tweeted that. She's losing me because what she did most recently. I think she did it yesterday morning or or saturday. She accused the governor of georgia. Brian kemp of being in on the spiracy and the secretary of state to of georgia to republicans accuse them of being in on the conspiracy. Meaning they were making money. She said dominion the you know the company that made the vote counting machines was paying them off like wow. I don't know what the cracking is. She kept promising. She said this week the revelation she has this week the announcements the new. She's going to present to the world this week was going to be biblical and maybe it still will be. Maybe it'll still be wild. She's not going away. She's gonna continue to work on this and she's got. She's made all kinds of wild accusations people. Keep saying you know. Where's the evidence. I don't expect it to lay out the evidence for cnn. But there has to be something there. If you're gonna accuse the governor of georgia of a republican of selling out to the company that owns the mother makes the machines to topple the president guy in your own party. That is a pretty serious accusation. And i think at that point The the trump camp rudy and company. Jeddah ellis said. This woman is nuts and I guess we'll find out. Probably find out today because she's not gonna just slink off to the into the shadows he's going to continue to make her case which is pretty wacky. I mean you get. It's it's still america. As far as i know and we'll she'll get her day she'll get her her say and we'll get to decide if indeed she has any of this evidence any this this proof that she's been claiming She had for a long time. If she doesn't she's the biggest full she's she's the biggest clown in american a own say american legal history but recent history if she has nothing. She's made this up. First of all she get sued By someone like brian kemp. Secondly she's she'll be laughingstock and she was just the opposite which she got a general. Flynn general flynn was heading to jail. General flynn had a terrible legal counsel pleaded guilty Eventually she stepped in and released. The cracking and general. Flynn off scot free and general. Flynn is now tweeting on her behalf because twitter another subplot to this twitter suspended for twelve hours so she's on twitter suspension. Tell me this. If you're you're an american citizen in very interested in the story at all even if you're a democrat you just wanna get get this over with and get your guy in office and so biden can get busy destroying the country if that's your goal. Don't you wanna let her have her say. You wanted to talk last time she talked. She said she she met all kinds of wacky. Crazy accusations. Why do you want to suppress that. Why this is driving me crazy. And it's it's daily theme of democrats liberals tried to stop speech trying to censor speech. It's it's madness and we hear from Old school liberals glenn greenwald in matt taibbi and these guys are on on twitter. And on their little sub. Stacks saying this is nuts. People tried to suppress speech. Wouldn't we all like to hear what sydney palisade today. The president just dumped her. Let's put her in front of the cameras again. Put her in. Front of mike's again and let's hear what she has to say if it's crazy if she's making more crazy accusations good than than you should want to expose that if you're if you're is. Some people are holding her accountable. I mean look at tucker carlson last week a lot of people were saying he was right and he his and his way. I tweeted that she's losing me. In fact i tweeted the day before. I was Saying she she's got to bring some real serious Proof for evidence at some point because she's alleging the greatest crime in us history and people mocked me a twitter but consider what she's was accusing saying they stole the presidency from donald trump with altered vote counting machines and and she brought in somehow venezuela into this and. I didn't even understand that. But saying the took that money and paid off people like elected officials in various swing states and they took the press. They took the presidency away from trump and delivered it to joe biden. That's the greatest crime in us history. That's no joke. That's the greatest conspiracy in us history. I mean there's been a man i think. The greatest political crime was what obama and biden and company did to trump for years ago. Which is why. Trump's never going to concede with dignity lifted. the media. wants them so badly. just roll over it. Write a note joe biden. That's never going to happen nor should it. He knows what biden try to do to him. There's no way. Donald trump of all peoples is going to turn around and say you know. Let's let bygones be bygones. But that's beside the fact that the the powell thing and she was right there shoulder to shoulder with giuliani jenner. Lisson joe digenova and the rest of the legal team and they just cut ties with her and said she's little too crazy even for us and so she's going to go our own way. She had her own legal team at. She'll make accusations and it's going to be wild it's she's right about one thing is going to be biblical this week. We're going to see these dueling press conferences. I guess or doing interviews. Everyone will be tuning into to hear tucker tonight and and then when tucker get to hear hannity who will have the case for the president. Whatever that is wherever the president's thinking hannity will have it for you and hopefully let's just hope. Twitter allows sydney powell to express her first amendment. Right have something to say got it. It's driving me crazy. And i'm probably going to get a band. Whatever suspended some point to for saying something. You can't say anything about kyle. Rittenhouse on twitter facebook anymore. You can't even say. I hope he gets a fair trial built. They'll make you deleted the suspend you if you say anything in support of kyle rittenhouse. The big tech police come down they. They apparently don't want anyone to look at this Objectively say was he. Acting in defense is two million dollars. Bail a little bit high. I love the yesterday. Afc said cal. Rittenhouse is a An example of white privilege guy who just had a guy who shot three people kit to kill two one of them was a child molester but kill two in self defense. It's on video. We've seen the pictures we've seen the video. It's clearly self-defense. But he's They're gonna make an example of them finally makes bail it. She says that's white privilege. We've been watching criminals running wild around the country. These fa scum for for six seven months or whatever six months now and they don't ever have to post bail in portland especially seattle. They just get their pictures taken and they think princeton they'd go on their merry way then matter what the crime is they could be burning down the federal court house. It matter they don't make they don't pay post bail. This guy has the post two million dollars bail which she got from various Donate various causes including ricky schroder. Don't sleep on ricky schroder. He's a good right wing activist and he lent colorado some money to get to make. But you know he's going to appear in court you know. Money's money's good. What's cal retinas gonna do pull a roman polanski run to france or whatever. He's he's He's gonna be accord. It's going get his day in court he's gonna get acquitted is going to plead. Make the case for self defense. He's gonna win and it's going to drive the ao season. These idiots nuts because you know white privilege a poor white kid who just wanted to protect businesses because the police weren't doing their job anyway. Don't you dare. Don't you dare twitter. Tweet about cal rittenhouse. Because jack dorsey will not stand for that nor will mark zuckerberg those two phonies who Went before congress and said no. We don't do that no no. No here's He's seething. Get powell powell with howie carr on newsmax. The other day saying that she says georgia is the first state. I'm going to blow up. Blow up georgia. Said mr kemp and the secretary secretary of state need to go. Because they're in on the dominion scam and they awarded a contract dominion for one hundred million dollars. She said we should be looking into the financial benefits received by mr kemp. And his secretary of state she says that dominion with the one hundred million dollars. Kick back money to the governor. I republican so he could help biden steal the state and steal the the presidency. I'm sorry you know i was ruined for. I was rooting for route. Phil room for rudy. Because i think there was a lot of voter fraud. I don't think the governor of georgia just me. I don't know him. I mean anything about him. I don't think he was taking money from the vote counting machine to try to flip the election but who knows maybe she'll release the crack and this week and we'll find out just how corrupt this whole thing is. I mean rudy's promising. Some bombshells. But i think what we're gonna learn. And the reason. I think that they stole the election. Is these ballot dumps at four in the morning. Because i was up. I was up late watching and trump and we've gone over the numbers. Trump had huge leads in michigan and pennsylvania and boom. They just disappeared when they brought in those. You know those truckloads of ah ballots those of the allegations a interested in and the video if they have video this trucks pulling in up ballots. I'm not sure we're gonna get too far on. She can't even keep up with the amount of evidence that well. I mean the amount of things being sent to her. She's still call nine like a fire. Hose keep up. Here's how with her last week or it's hearsay. We are you going to have the actual smoking guns to to present to the courts. We've got a number of smoking guns and we may have to get witness protection for them. So so you're going to. You're going to be able to show votes changing. I mean we've seen the the computers the The the freeze frames on the on the tv screens of the votes changing or on the computer screens. Are you going to have the actual The the actual solid evidence that those votes were being changed by these companies. We have a lot of extremely solid evidence. It's beyond impressive and absolutely terrifying. You just makes this statements. Yes we have a cheater again. She's not going away. She's works going to go off on her own. She's gone rogue and she will have to present this evidence at some point to the public or to the courts and she's going to have to file lawsuits. I guess But you're not just going to go away. It's not like trump dumped her so she goes away. That's not going to happen and let's be honest. Trump is probably as intrigued as anybody. At what the crack and is gonna look like if she indeed does go public with this this mountain of evidence and the witnesses are going to have to go into witness protection. Why because the governor of georgia is gonna take them out. I mean i could see. Maybe the governor of new york doing that. The governor of georgia's gonna go after someone who testified against a himse. I'm okay with this. Because i am at some point. You need to know you need to show your cards. And i hope they push her presser to show her 'cause because you can't promise the cracking and then come out with some wacky one outlier saying. Yeah he's what i saw and give you. Some crazy story need to produce at some point to open. This is the week. this is the week. I don't think. I think there's so much fraud out there. We could spend the next month talking about it. I'm not. I repeat my take on this. Yes yes there was. All kinds of fraud was enough to swing the election. No your next. President is joe biden. But i think we got to put a big fat asterisk on it and treat him the way. They treated trump for four years. Illegitimate a lots of questions about whatever the in this case. It wouldn't be putin this case to be. I don't know who. Brian camp would be the boogeyman. But what's what's in it for her like. What is the reasoning behind putting yourself out there. Excellent reputation got general flynn off. She did a lot of interviews and she sounded good and sure of herself at smart. I don't know it's a good question. i'm sure. She is a big trump supporter and a big Biden hater. but you can't say cues to governor taking and then say we're going to put our witnesses and witnesses like henry hill. You're gonna put them all this protection. Just seems seems like a crazy rescue. Either got to have it and you're ready to go down in a boys of gory or whatever or or you're getting really because he watched this interview on newsmax with how in in sydney foul which got a lot of Traction and how he was a little skeptical as he should have been as everyone should have been tonight like you said qassem would take a bow because he knew this was crazy. I mean we treat it like you know just like every other from the trump camp like allegations of backdating and the allegations of not letting the observers observe in pennsylvania. There's all kinds of shannon. And then she'd come out of the blue and say the vote. Counting machine was rigged. The governor's in on it. There's million and you go. What will hold hold on. Hold on their counselor. So i'm looking forward to seeing what she has to say. You put a call into her. She got nothing else. Do kelly's get we get her on tomorrow. I tell you it's absurd. 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Live with our with our facebook audience. But she's great. She's the if you don't know she's the weather weather woman on fox news but our inlaws were both killed by andrew cuomo and today she was already. I've seen on the news already. Because cuomo is getting his emmy today and she revealed that to get an emmy. You have to submit your work. So he took some of those press conferences early on in in the epidemic and the pandemic took some of the press conferences where he was talking for like two hours about you know how he spent more time with his daughters as a result of this and how he's going to look for his mother not your mother but his mother and he submitted them and whatever the i don't even know who the emmy committee is but they gave him an emmy today he receives his emmy. It's the sickest fricken thing when you think about it. Even if even if he didn't even if he wasn't responsible for the death of of tens of thousands of senior citizens he's benefiting from this carnage as already wrote a book and gone on a book tour but so sick. And so insane. That this egomaniac this monster. Andrew cuomo the worst of governor the worst public official in america through this whole pandemic just awful. He's a monster. And i understand. Democrats don't care as long as you're is you're in power and and you know you. You look good on camera. They'll they'll support you. But i do. Any democrats have a have a conscience. Did any of them are repulsed by this. This a whole as we are because jan steen said you know that. This is the first thanksgiving without her in laws. They were both killed when he put pen corona virus patients into nursing homes. We know the story. Six thousand of them went in by the way while the big comfort ship was in the harbor. While javid center was right there converted waiting for patients. He said anonyna- we're gonna we're gonna put the patients back in the nursing. Home wiped out these nursing homes and now this whole getting an emmy because he was so good on tv talking about it and by the way he's already got celebrities. Who are campaigning for him. He's i think he's got two years left in his term. Tom shattuck and and he's got ben stiller out there and all these other celebrities campaign do they not watch the news. I mean i understand. They probably don't watch fox news but to they not occasionally see a story by real newspaper like the new york post says what this guy did it neo nursing homes and they think he should be re-elected. They think he deserves an emmy and they think he should be out there. Doing a book tour guys doing a book tour while these people still mourning. Their parents and grandparents may couldn't have funerals. They couldn't have wakes traditional views and wakes for their loved ones because he put these rules in place and he's the one that led caused their death. It just sick. I understand how anyone could support this. Well i mean not just that but if you saw the press conference last week with him and i know you played some. That was the most unhinged performance by an elected politicians that i've ever seen ever. There's nothing that trump has ever done. Nothing that sonny bono has ever done. I i've never seen somebody lose it like that. In the way he was he was almost bipolar in his in his is answer to that one reporter who simply asked are the school's going to be opening tomorrow. Do we send the kids to school. Do i get my kid and put them at the bus. Stop or do i not in the way cuomo attacked him in. I was very condescending. And then attacked him and yelled at him was unhinged the actually through ten minutes of this back and forth with with with reporter hormone ever answered the question. Does the kid go to school. It was unhinged nutso an orange zone. And i may have to close the schools. Short zone does so. What's going on. The city still has the ability to close at schools. Are you now taking control it saying that you have the power decision and for the millions of parents want to know the schools can open tomorrow new york city all right first of all. Let's try not to be obnoxious and offensive in your telling because one hundred percent wrong. These laws have all been in effect for months. I've always said we said initial parameters and then the school district picked up percent within those parameters new york city pick three percent we announce the orange zone law over a month ago. He sounds like mommy dearest. He sounds like he was wrong. The reporter was right. This is so typical shattuck. I mean i could explain it to you. This guy's ego so out of control that is used to getting his ass kissed all days used to getting emmys and used to the media lying about whether he put these patients in nursing because they because they love him because he's a democrat and they think they thought he was possibly the next president or ex vice president so they do nothing kiss his ass that leads to the sense of entitlement the sense of arrogance that he could do anything he wants and when someone questions him he can handle it he's not used to it unlike donald trump or somebody who gets questioned by hostile press every day. They're never hostile. They're usually on their knees lincoln his toes and he's used to that so one guy from wall street journal steps out of line and starts asking about whether schools are closed and by the way they were closed by the mayor and the governor was wrong and the rights. It's insane the idea that the biggest school system in america's closed just because the teachers union doesn't wanna go back to work. They want to keep the vacation going. That's the answer they know everyone knows. There's no threat. Everyone knows that kids are better off in school. And when you have a million one. I believe one point one million kids. Lots of them have nowhere to go. Lots of them have a good homes for homeschooling. a main la- virtual classes. Their parents are both working or it's a broken home or they don't have the money. Whatever they need school hell half of them need the lunch there on the school lunch program and they get nothing now because black de blasio like many democrats is a wholly owned subsidiary of the teachers union does with the teacher tells them do they pretend they endanger of covid from the third grader. So they say you know they occasion. Let's go back you know. Let's go back on vacation. Forward my to to naples. That's these teachers. Unions and these gutless democrats are afraid to call him. Oh no but jerry. The teachers unions will happily tell you. We didn't sign up for a death sentence jerry. We didn't sign up to die as if the being a teacher by the way is a mandatory occupation. I believe you could also not be teacher if you poke. And by the way tempted to all the workers that Stop shop sign up for death. Sentence all the workers at cvs for all the cops and the firemen and the you name it. The journalists and the amazon drivers they all sign up for. Why have they gone to work through this whole thing and teachers who were in no danger of getting. The virus from a child can't go to work. Why are they the ones hell. Our elected officials go to work. Some of them have gotten the viruses. You have we seen hell even grow four decades jerry from teachers unions that they're responsible for cultivating our most precious natural resource. Which are the kids. They're the future jerry. I don't know if you've heard that the future and so the most precious natural resource natural resource right now is being harmed because of these lockdowns remote learning is crap. You know it doesn't work. It's torturous for kids. they don't get it. it's it's asymmetrical for young minds to see this to be watching tv school and in you know i mean we know we know the teachers union is a. It's a nice gig. It went biden is sworn in you know the the director of the department of education going to be run by a whack job and just said he's on record saying the unions. We'll be back in the game back. They'll be back in power and the biggest union is the teachers union. Three million plus members. They are going to be in control if you think these lockdowns renting anytime soon if it's up to them forget about it it's it is these people are just actually jerry. Not just don't kill organs. Not to steal the race mantle. You know from those who use it most opportunistically but just think how jim crow is it that if you have a kid. Let's say a black student who manages to circumvent the incompetence of the public school system. So much that he actually thrives in wants a chance at a charter school where he could absolutely bloom. They want shutdown. No no charter schools. No you have to suffer. You have to be incarcerated in the crap school like everybody else with no chance of excelling and they pat themselves in the back for being civil rights. You know no school choice either. Of course the you know. I mean if you want to know whether a politician is racist see whether he's against or against school choice because the ones who benefit from school choice or minority kids get out of terrible schools. In in the inner city go to parochial schools. Go to private schools. If you're against that then you don't give a damn about minority children. That's that's the case with joe biden. Of course i mean. He doesn't even know what he's just. Yeah unions a gray. I father was a he. Just make my grandpa protestant the unions built. This got three. So joey the union and certainly told us many times but the teachers union which is one of the bigger unions in the country said that they weren't going to go back to work until they d funded charter schools And opened the border. Those were two demands. Andy funded police. They wanted to defend. The police opened the border and the in and defunct charter schools. I'm going what that's your. That's your a threat that you're not gonna go back to work the job which is a pretty good job. Let's be honest. you're not going to go back to work until we defunding the police. Their chest ideologues their radicals. You've seen that. That had the teachers union in new york doing interviews. She makes no sense. They know that they're not not death. Sentence they know there are no danger of getting the virus from a third grader. And you know what if you think you are. If you're a sixty year old teacher or your big fat teacher than don't go to work you know we'll give you a special discount a special waiver you could stay home. Bef- twenty eight year old. First grade teacher should be in school teaching and she knows it. I mean they're not that they know it but they're just doing with with the toll by their inches like with cuomo jerry just like with co cuomo in one reporter. Cbs reporter last week. Dared ask biden during a photo spray. About the teacher's union situation defender my oval office. Heroes i can anyway. So biden yelled at him for asking. Oh i figured it would be erickson. The guy says mikasa. A is your copper. Yes he's the only one yale's questions at me. He's not going to yell. He's the one that asks questions of us. The only one who asks questions you've everyone else. There is just there to give you a foot massage but the guy. It's a pretty good question you know should schools be open. Mr president elect. And i think you answered in some other language. I didn't really understand it right in for biden to not to cook eight on that and not be consistent on that. And obviously he'll do. What other unions tell him. He owes the unions. He does a unions in the os. The squad among other things. It's going to be interesting to see him. That's done. But i mean he's he's ignoring the squad and i guess i'd give them credit for that because You know they'll make a lot of noise but you know there's not gonna be any elizabeth. Warren and his cabinet is not going to be any bernie sanders in his cabinet is not going to be any great kreider. Defend the police or the green new deal. How do you know jerry true. There's no way he can ignore them. He i mean. Do you really think. I mean you know with the green. New deal is what it costs. You really think biden will ever say yes we're going to spend ninety three trillion. And we're going to refit every building. America that's i get rid of cars. We're gonna get right though. I think it'll be baby steps. The pride of be. You mentioned that just three days ago. We have worked with the biden administration to secure commitment on a two trillion dollar climate plan. That's just steps to what they want. Trillion that a ninety three. By the way. I'm gonna like a local politician. I see this every day. Like mayors working on climate change mayors who are charge of this little plot of land in this. You know small part not even a whole state just the city and they're gonna tackle the climate of the world. It's just ridiculous and by the way trump's going to have a final two months. Did you see him. Come out or see that Statement about the paris climate accord's other. It's got nothing to do with. Climate has to do with take taxing american taxpayers and for these globalists to fly around private jets. And tell everyone how they should Get by with less. But i don't want we'll get we'll get a day off. See another day mentioned earlier. Because she thinks kyle rittenhouse is a great example of white privilege. They let him out on two million dollars bail because he shot three people to kill two scumbags in self-defense. Everyone knows it was self defense a jury will eventually acquit him but he finally gets out on bail. She white privilege white privilege so all. The rioters and looters got out on no bail. And that's i don't know what that's that's not good. Then he gets two million dollars bail at thinks it's white privilege is poor white from illinois but anyway Before we we have the dumbest. Say the dumbest because this happens every day but we get the latest in extreme lockdown measures. And i i like to do these things because they seem absurd at the time and in a few days they're they're part of the Mainstream agenda for mainstream democrat governors and mayors. But before we do that. I wanted to ask you if you have any better theories or any good theories. About city powell. Because i mentioned that she was. I tweeted that she was losing me a couple of hours before they dumped her. They they they split with her. The trump legal team rudy in jena. Ellison we're not. She's not with us anymore. And i said she's losing me because she said and we played the sound with howie carr on newsmax. Brian kemp the governor of georgia and the sector. They were in on it. And we're taking money from dominion to make this deal to to use a rigged voting machines and steal that state from the president and deliver it to joe biden. That was the moment where you know. I'm good right wing. Zealot and i'm up this fight numb. Look forward to see what rudy has to say. That was even for me a little bit much. Tom shattuck would you. Yeah oh totally gripped adult. She innocent in the same way. Nancy pelosi is unable to speak in anything but politically in. Act like a political creature. Even if it's with You know new stimulus to help people who are who lives crashing down right now. she can't. She can't undo that part of her It's the same thing A with a with a lot. What's your name lawyer. Sydney powell sitting powell. I'm sorry i just forget it. It's the same sydney powell. Yeah i watched all of that. I watched her blame kemp. She's unhinged in. Its she just stuck in this. This this rut. She's adult and it gives trumpeting excellent. she's nuts. there's nothing to it. Nothing that they've done nothing nuts. You know two weeks ago. Everyone thought she was brilliant. Lawyer she she did. Great work for General flynn i know she did. I know she didn't jump to her. Lawyers hired her and that and the next thing you know. He's he's walking free and you can't ever get his house back because he had to pay for those previous lords but anyway she did great work for him. He's now serving as her twitter because twitter suspended her and general flynn. That's was incredible with flynn. It was absolutely incredible. It was against all odds. She's she's not only just. She exonerated flynn but she also expose fbi more than deeper than we ever thought between her and tom fitting it's like jesus we've got a problem here but no i think she is not. I think sometimes nuts works in a great way. You know. sometimes it's fantastic and it's it's perfectly appropriate. But the her being the public faces thing is is crazy. There's nothing to you know. Dennis wail at does not have anything to do with this election whatsoever. But this gives trump opportunity. I think this is the his perfect opportunity down because he'll do exactly what he did with the birth certificate. He'll come to this and he'll be the mediator and he'll save the company from this conflict. Which is now going to be sydney powell versus kind of giuliani. Who's trying to do. The thing and trump will walk march right over to the american people hopefully in two days. I'd like it before thanksgiving today. I'm very proud of myself. Because i've accomplished something that nobody else has been able to accomplish. I was just informed while on the helicopter that our president has finally released a birth certificate. Trump acted like he was a bystander and he took credit for finally united country. I was handed to do. It was because that's what he can do with this. He can say. I have stopped the conflict. I've stopped the chaos. We know that there was election tampering. They will continue to be. But i'm going to You know acknowledged the scoreboard. At least and in begin sharing information with joe biden to make sure that his presidency benefits from all good work. My apprentice president does trump could be a peacemaker with. This gives them one. Would i like about what giuliani and sydney powell has done is and it's not hard to do but the Exposed the media for the frauds that they are when they say you know. Where's the evidence the answer to that question that they keep saying asking giuliani and ellison whoever in any powell the answer. That question is your the media. You're supposed writing looking for evidence you're supposed to be asking these questions of the authorities when you hear them say you know we have Whatever three hundred affidavits eyewitnesses. Talking about you know backdating ballots or dumping ballots. You're supposed to say gee those are Can i take a look at that. Can i call that person can do that story. But they don't because they're not journalistic members of the media they're members of the biden transition team essentially right but he want to launder disinformation. Four team trump. So they're not going to do that. Every question juliana should answer the same way. Aren't you a member of the me. I chill reporter curious when we say we have all these poll workers saying yesterday a truck pull up and dump off boxes of ballots. All for biden. Wouldn't you like to know you know who that guy was. Who the witnesses. What they had to save where they were i mean. Isn't that a good story. But no all they're they're forced to say. In the at got to concede. This is outrageous undermining democracy. If i know you've seen these montages where they all say the same thing because they're all on the email chain. I hate to sound like paul. But they're all getting emails from the biden team all repeating the same mantra of you know he's undermining democracy. This is putting our country in danger because biden's not getting the proper briefing. It just amazes me that anybody can put an end to put this to rest. There's no way trump is ever gonna. Just 'cause he'll concede obviously at some point lead the white but he's never shaped barnes hand. Write a little note and say this great about america. He knows what biden did to him for years knows what obama did what hillary did hillary star he knows how underhanded they were a duplicitous. They were there was nothing classier dignified about the obama trump. Me yeah he wrote a note to trump and he shook his hand at the same time he put the fbi on the surveilling his campaign. So he knows he's dealing with real the bad people and he's not gonna turn around and say gee let's just pretend like it's i'll be like george w bush and i'll give a hug to the jill biden handshake that joe biden and i'm wishing well that is never no you're right you're right about that. And there's no doubt that this been reversed in their razor thin trump victory that you would have had democrats in the street saying to not go to court would be unamerican and for anybody to even say just it. You'd be banned on twitter immediately. Jack dorsey would say no. No no no. I mean you would absolutely have to be county and becoming and the russians would be back obviously on the north koreans back into. There's no doubt there's no doubt about that so so in that. In that case in that situation. I understand that you know that feeling. I mean this one is over though. So i mean but but you're you're you're right. Though no our democracy the fabric our democracy is being threatened now the peaceful transition of power being threatened. Remember they say now. Jerry remember because we didn't have a peaceful transition for when gore in bush warden court that that we couldn't Nine eleven happened so we're threatening another nine eleven here well. Hey a whole. It wasn't us who is demanding recounts in florida. It was you it was you who said we. Who's blaming us for causing another nine eleven. Who according to you. What caused the last one by by. And you know what i would say in defense of sydney powell and again i think in this accusation against Bride kemp is ridiculous. And she's she she just lost tonight understand why she's on her own now. But the thought that venezuela was involved and kemp was taking. Money is a little far fetched. Is it as far fetched as trump's a putin double agent that he's working for the russians is that which is more fun faster. Know in your opinion. No no. I added conspiracy hoax the russian conspiracy theory. Ever that trump working with putin and msnbc spent three years advancing that hillary clinton made it up. Barack obama joe biden advanced it. It was ridiculous from the beginning. That trump somehow i while they would say a dummy in a boob and secondly smart enough to conspire with the russians to steal an election but they gave that oxygen for three years to me and said you know this is a crazy theory. But it's not nearly as crazy as that so why not tiny to the the other. One was an orchestrated campaign amongst media and elected politicians and institutions in government that that was the biggest conspiracy ever in our government. Certainly i it was indeed. It's off cool. There's no way you can say it wasn't it was based on nothing and they knew it. They knew it when trump said in that summer of two thousand sixteen russia. If you're listening for any journalist to say oh my god. Trump is actually asking the russians and they cite this and robert muller's i think trump wants information from the russians. He's going to do it at a freaking podium in front of the world and say hey by the way if you're listening. Can we have the emails. But you're so right so right and he was obviously kidding. I saw it use. I've seen one hundred times. He was obviously joking around. He was being trump. that's what he does and she would say. Oh he's asking the russians for help. Obviously hillary's despicable human being a liar. she she an immoral human being and yet they allowed her to do this to get her revenge the trump to get her revenge by by tarnishing his presidency. In what she did write to help from obama and biden and the fbi clapper and brennan komi with that with their help they managed to undermine of the us through extent. And it's amazing much done as he did when you consider what they did. They impeached him yet for us. The cavenaugh gas lighting against him. You know destroyed. His life had everybody up there slandering him and suggesting that the that the administration was invalid from the beginning and then blamed him from being credulous about for being angry about it. They blamed a wisey so unhinged right. Now this doesn't make any sense. That's unpresidential unpresidential. You just had woodward bernstein. Douglas brinkley on in a row. Saying that this guy was the most unfit president in the history of the world. You saying that this. Hitler sanjay gupta on on cnn. Right after the inauguration said this is only been parallel. Before in sorry is freed zachariah open pero before during the third reich in the germans incursion into the sedate coli. Jesus you guys really saying this stuff you christiane amanpour kristallnacht which is eighty three or whatever years ago like this month where they burned a thousand temple a jewish synagogues and homes and destroyed businesses and it was the start obviously of the minnow centrally. The start of the holocaust she said. It's kind of like this administration me trump. And they're they're kind of like hitler and then you watch said this person is out of her mind or is she didn't really mean to apologize. She was forced to but they don't see anything wrong. And this explains everything by the way if you want to know why they are so crazed while they hate trump so much whether willing to look the other way and cheat why. They needed the smell and ballots and why they needed to while the media was is one hundred percent in the tank is because trump's hiller and if trump is hitler all bets are off. You're allowed to do things illegally. You're out to do things immorally. If he's hitler you're allowed to make up a crazy russian connection the hoax and go with it. Because he's hitler. Let's be honest if someone is hitler. There's no limit to what you'll do to bring him down the am right in. You're allowed to punch us supporters because they're culpable brownshirts and training. You're right about that. And kobe said last week. He's had a nervous breakdown he's not he's not well damage. Don't you understand. I've always said he's a fascist. He's a fashion. And now we're seeing it in the trains coming in. You're gonna put you on the train. You know the train stuff. And so i'm thinking if they actually think now that he's been mobilized that this is the indeed the right size been bombed now trump is really taking power power. Why would these people still be punching in every day like they do every day going to the gym at ten. Am in punching into work at. You know doing their our of the comedy. Show if you've got your in the white house right now when you all to your schedule to maybe get the hell out of town or do something else other than what you normally do killers. Hiller is ascended. So i'm gonna go on my show and try to scare everybody know if hitler's really ascended you get the hell out of dodge or you start. You know getting some other people in which he tweeted this the other day as the worst fascist the worst dictator ever. 'cause there's literally anti-foreign people right outside the white house you know setting fires and throwing things and threatening his supporters in wishing him death at he doesn't you know send the stormtroopers out there to kill them now. If you're hitler wouldn't you just go out there and say eliminate those people get. There would never have used tear gas to clear the federal. He wouldn't have held up the bible upside third rate journalists. They have tear gas at my is pouring water there. Is you know making sure. The cameraman with his unsteady camera can show him pouring water in his is god. The performance artists been ridiculous and will allow this. I mean if if you're a hitler you would if you're trump in your hiller your dictator fascist authoritarian. Wouldn't like jim acosta be gulag right now. Wouldn't i would say james komi would be wondering brennan would not be walking free hillary. We wouldn't be walking free. He's terrible dictators like it's a terrible anti-semites because called anti semite and a terrible racist keeps free in you know these these black ryan the black ladies from prison. A terrible racist. He is but i. I am changing my tune on harassing politicians and restaurants coming around. I'm coming around on that strategy shattuck. I used to think it was terrible and with the family late let them eat in peace But if it's somebody if it's one of these petty tyrants that will not let you and your family eat in peace hell no reason to let them eat in peace. And i'm referring. Of course to phil murphy. Got the guy. The new jersey governor bought the governorship in new jersey. Formerly charlie baker's a high school classmate or is it college classmate they go to high school then went to high school together correct. Yes and he's just like baker kid come up with not enough power to suit him not enough rules and regulations to make him happy. And he's insisting of course that you you know. Everybody thanksgiving dinner alone in their room in a dark room. That's what they recommend. Don't see your friends or neighbors local outside and don't don't even breathe the air sitting inside and with your mask on between bites. Don't even look out the window. It's dangerous we have to stop the spread. We have to flatten the curve. Tom shattuck so This this was a whole phil murphy was out to dinner. I think he was At was at applebee's or something family. And they were all kerr together. Nobody was wearing masks. They're having a grand old time And some you know it sounds like to me. It sounds like What was a carmella. Carmella soprano sounds like maybe a couple of her friends. Patch governor murphy sitting there meaning with his family. But let's hear from these fine Frustrated jerseyans he's doing his own family in the meantime owned another storm. Has that answer. Because there ain't nothing like mike cycle. That's derek so many levels of c. He puts his mask on when he realized they got a cab. And he's literally in between bites and he puts the mask on. He's so full of it. They're also full of it anyway. They think it's going to be one of these. You know friendly little you know disagreements with a with a constituent and she is yeah you can go f yourself at vintage new jersey. That's the way people like this. If you see cuomo out to dinner or murphy or whitmer baker. I think that's perfectly appropriate new jersey. I know the typical new jersey family. I would think the wife would get up in soccer one of those people in pre cell phone camera they might but these in fairness you might. You might support what they did but it would have been deserved. They got. They got punched this multimillionaire wall street broker. This isn't a typical guy from nine difficult new jersey family. You know trump likes. He likes my dad like you dad. Nobody dad you know. It is You know. I would suggest people having listen to go if you haven't heard or watch or listen to the Chef mike episode of jerry. Kellyanne par show I thought it was incredible just to hear the quickly. Ask kicking these guys getting these small business owners you know. You went down from nine employees to four employees have to pay mortgage still has to pay bills. Barely eking out a living. This entire livelihood is in for governors to go and shut them down again and say screw meanwhile walmart and all. These other places are open. Man that is vicious. It is frigging if you're in a restaurant or a gym or an across the street to walmart or home depot and i talk about the home depot. In the ten pack apocalypse enact the stores packed. I mean these are they have little lines. We have to get six feet apart when you wait in line to check out but other than that. There's no rules. You gotta wear your masks. But so what they get to do business. And you've seen the numbers home depot walmart amazon target have. The business has been booming. It is the greatest transfer of wealth from small business to big business from local merchants to corporate america in our history. These people being put out of business and your chef mike It was our special weekend. Callahan podcast this. Poor bastard started a restaurant like the summer of two thousand nineteen and then he gets hit with this. He's he's gonna lose three hundred thousand dollars if they put him out of business in the vardi charlie baker's put at least five thousand restaurants out of business in massachusetts and they just keep making it tougher and tougher. I saw a guy in new york restaurant tour interview this morning. And when they put in the last call or the curfew he says we made more from. I think it was ten pm till one. Am or two am says we made more in those hours than the rest of the day combined that we need those hours and yeah he's come up with this arbitrary thing like let's have a curfew and if you're a restaurant on when second yuba curfew you're gonna force everybody into the restaurant at the same time instead of spreading it out. That sounds deadly to me but they care. There's no no obviously. They're all a bunch of frigging hypocrites. Obviously people like murphy and newsom and whitmer decide what they wanna do. Every single one of them has been caught in a defying their own orders and they will continue to be and this is going to get crazy because i think some of them like cuomo are going to take action or try to take action on thanksgiving. They're going to bust some people for having too many people at the. I mean i'm just gonna make a prediction on new york. There will be. They will bust some people for too many people for dinner. And i'm going to guess that the people they bust are going to be of jewish persuasion. They're gonna for jewish folks in brooklyn who cuomo and de blasio hate. Is there a couple of anti-semites they're gonna go after them and make an example of them they already have. But it's gonna get crazier before it gets better. I know vaccines right around the corner. Here's remember when he goes after the jews cuomo isn't just going after the end user. He's gonna go after the larger community in businesses. Because they're sensitive to money right that's true while they care about. Here's every day if you're online you're on on social media you see every day. Another crazy measure restriction rule. And this one's out of england was on the bbc over the weekend where an elected official mcginnis title came up with a plan. His name is mark adams in he. He's got an idea and he thinks it's going to got legs. He wants to postpone christmas. He says why don't we just postpone it for six months while celebrated in june. You know when it's warm says. I read recently an idea about bringing christmas to june or july. And having christmas dave van and i think that sounds like emily eminently sensible thing to do. We certainly can't have a christmas like we're used to having any wants to postpone christmas till for six months and thinks it's an eminently sensible thing to do now you laugh at that guinea. Doubt that they'll be some american politician governor mayor. So yeah it's a good idea. We can't have christmas. Of course you'll catch the guy at his house with one hundred people having christmas but these people are out of control and they're trying to one up each other basically. They basically already did right. Every school system is is going remote learning until halfway through january. Because you'd have to quarantine for two weeks after christmas so the basically doing here. Maybe they're not gonna make headlines for but at thirty happening yes health officials who now run. The country only have a rubber stamp that denies access. That's all the only tool they have. So they'll use it. We've got to get the vaccine. It's got to be deployed with can't abandon fundamental public health measures. You can approach a degree of normality while still doing some fundamental public health. Things that senator. John is with the vaccine to get acted normal. So not until the second or third quarter of two thousand twenty one though. Christmas is probably not gonna be possible. Espn oh shut got him. Sick of the Honest to god love reward. Route sheera cuomo. Christmas is not going to be possible. Yeah we can. Have it be really no plano. So no in certainly not new year's jesus not new year's eve not new. You know what every day we do this every day because every day. There's a new Insane rule or regulation and. I'm just predicting right now. I predicted that they would regulate the size of turkey's like bought a twenty pounder. They would somehow the government would track that. Follow you to your house and bust you. Because that means you're having too many people at your house and there was like some parody. I don was babylon beer. Someone said that that they're now tracking the people by big turkeys in california. Which would that do. You think that's not possible. You think that's free no of course it's possible. I tweeted this the other day in australia knowing greece. You have to tweet. I mean text the local government when you leave your house and texting when you get back home because they monitor how long people leave austrailia exchange. Where a woman texted the local government official and asked if she could walk her dog. They said no. No walking allowed. You cut know she. She was doing. She was ratting out. Her husband remember her husband wanted to walk the dog and she said by the way my husband's not following the rules. Can you let us know for sure if this is allowed and the government said no. It's not allowed. And she said hi he so she's reading out or this. Is the doug supposed to like use the toilet and you can't walk your dog. When when does it go the bathroom. He can use the degree of normality. That a dog can use jerry. And if there's not synergy there then that's too bad but you've heard why wouldn't they. We've already have already seen the pension we talked about it of the people with telephoto lenses or looking at spine people gathering in big cities. Were spying on jewish people. Okay were get it straight cuomo and de blasio said. Let's get the jewish folks in. That's where they were in brooklyn. Right in kind of hotline. If you see you know with your own if you've thermal imaging technology and you see a number of crock. Pots heading into a certain house. Then that's something. That's actionable is it's up to you you we've all been deputized. It's up to you to turn them in. And we know that get together as even small ones can spread the virus in new jersey alone. Five corona virus outbreaks linked to halloween parties renew. Cdc guidelines for small gatherings include requiring everyone to wear a mask even outdoors avoiding direct contact including handshakes and hugs keeping music levels. Down to avoid people singing or trying to shout over the noise of voiding potluck style gatherings and having one person serve all the foods multiple people not handling this serving utensils. Is there anything else you can think of to add to the list. Stay apart if you can wear that mask and enjoy thanksgiving. Even though it's a cova thanksgiving anything out from the chin phil murphy The massachusetts had the rules to eat. They baker. Wants you to bring your own food to other people's houses so bring your own food and utensils and you eat separately from the people you visiting. Which makes much sense as like not going to their house to stay home and eat right and you know. Baker will have plenty of people at his house and karen plead will have a big party. The lieutenant governor. They will not own rules because none of these people follow the rules. That's when we talked about gavin newsom the other day. He's oh you know that they don't think that these rules are are really Measures to for public health measures. Because they don't follow them. I mean phil murphy. If really thought sitting at a crowded restaurant would get you sick and and you might die. He wouldn't do it gavin. Newsom wouldn't had gone to that party at the french laundry if he really thought. Having a dinner with thirteen people was going to kill you. He wouldn't have done it so we know they're liars and hypocrites. We know they're not doing what they want us to do. And they know what they want us to do is not necessary by the way to jake. Tapper tabulate the number of outbreaks as a result of the biden celebration parties or the black lives matter political speech. Jerry ms political speeches. Not it's something different that a degree of normality is allowed during political speech. And for you to try to suppress that by the way in considering it's public health issue black lives matters of public health issue just shows you just part of the the oppressive patriarchy so New some he just stopped in he was sitting outside. We're just a couple of friends. We have it on camera. You lie piece of crap. We we saw everything we know. You're full of it. We know you don't really think these things are necessary. Art a couple of quick things. I don't know how we get off on that tangent. Couple quick things. After i talk about shake concrete. Let me tell you what she can do for you. You should do this. Because i know you live in the sticks with all your chickens should get yourself a building. A concrete building from shea concrete in everyone could use a building now and then shake concrete. Has buildings have buildings. They partner with easy set. 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That he was Heroin thing but his name is richard wilbanks. Seventy four years old i believe is fort myers. He's lee county florida and if you weren't on social media might have missed it but he saved his little puppy dog. He has a little puppy brand new puppy named gunnar a three month old. Cavalier king charles spaniel whatever that is but a cute little dog. The dog had yanked into the swamp by little alligator. Not a big gator. But a gaiter and richard wilbanks went into action. Typical hard scrabble dome florida. A senior citizen just jumped in the love. My dog and i can't see myself pulling this one off but let let me show me show. Just sit in the water grill and rested jobs the elevator. It tastes able looking down shape. The puppy from scream for puncture billy doing fine after event that was i think so. Underwater completely in doesn't lose the stogie. It wasn't lit but he goes underwater completely. He's old guy in the swamp and he comes out with the gator and his hands and has to pry the little puppy out of the jaws. The gator and this thing just went global. Everybody was saying you know can we instead of you know joe biden could we maybe have richard wilbanks. Yeah could the elector switch their vote. Vote for this guy because what a great american. He's an avid hunter and he was just hanging. And you know what he didn't videotape. This it was some government program where they had cameras on the swamps to see the to monitor the wildlife nonsense. And somebody was looking at it and said holy crap at this guy did wanna gator. He didn't videotape. Jerry's probably from generation where he probably wasn't going to tell anybody either like scratch tickets later. Yeah anti grabbed the dog to the vet which surprised me. I figured i'd say he'll be fine. Don't worry about it. And he shot up to To al sharpton my wife. Jerry who intervened three days ago. A certain chicken named little jerry. Kellyanne was out in the yard when a hawk attacked it. She out there in the there. Were rolling around on the ground. Did you realize with the hawk. The hawk attack of my chicken. The you're calling in and they're rolling around on the ground. They were fighting on the ground. I which i didn't know what's possible like l. m. a. and my wife went out there and skirt scared the hawkin flew and jerry kelly and it's finding a little banged up but like that guy also stogie. You know that would be great video. That'd be you can set up a camera out there and get that because This guy. Richard wilbanks is a national hero. To think of your wife she would have been she would global. She would have been famous. She would have dumped your ass and that chicken jerry who knew a chicken can a hawk seriously. I'm thrilled about chicken. I was wondering chain chickens are girls. Don't they don't i. I don't know jerry. I don't know he's a. He lays eggs in convert. Yes he can be whatever he wants. Jerry what are you The harry potter author suddenly rowling. We don't have time for this. I was trying to get sidetracked but did you guys see the video. And i'll you know this is something. Let me just preface it. By saying that i could never ever do at my previous place of employment. Did you see that church service. I tweeted this out last night. Did you see kelani. Because it's amazing where they bring a little kid. I'm not sure the girl or boy. And they bring this up on the altar and the kids like four and they say are you a girl or a boy and they let the kid decide. It's gone viral. I tweeted out last night. Dave and it's it's the creepiest thing is a bunch of grownups in the pews. And they're watching these kids in. They're letting the kids decided whatever age. Who would you say that you. can you see that. Now dave the young plant let me play played for extorting. Today we choose to recognize honor love and celebrate anyone here who would claim their identity publicly as lesbian gay bisexual transgender queer or questioning intersex pan sexual a sexual or any category. That i've left out this phoenix lord sir here. A little shy joint. I if you're a boy or girl girl okay you can tell them that phoenix like you to know that she's a girl and she prefers she in her pronouns. Shattuck you got but you can't. Sodium colin howell phoenix. If you had to guess how old is feeding. Yeah i was gonna say four or five four. I mean you know why. I'm sitting here and not an along the radio don't you 'cause i said it was crazy for four year old to transition. Of course the boston globe was honoring. This family for a abusing is poor child but same thing four year old and they were encouraging the four year old to i dunno transition picker her own gender and the show in the video. Phoenix is with her. I don't know what you call a sister or brother but lotus is the other kid. Lotus in phoenix both ambiguous. They both have. I don't know how they're dressed they ping this four year old. They put a mike in her hand on the altered. Say tell everyone that your girl which i assume that means that phoenix was born a boy assume and they dress her up like a girl and she decides to be a girl at four years old and these these these hideous women are up on the altar with these big disgusting women are up on the altar telling her you know confusing. Her pronouns does a full year of you know what a pronoun is. I don't think i knew. What a pronoun was. I was in college. I don't even know what a prone is. No and that's why That's why trump insanity. But i mean if it was just insanity that would be fine in fact really child abuse and it's really the parents who are just to on this crazy quest for spiritual nobility Through these crazy antics using the kids props. I mean it's sick and it's torture. There's no doubt about that And yeah i mean. I remember when you guys originally got in trouble with that. I also mentioned it and it was considered an unsafe thing to talk about to write about at the time in. It's disgusting that's crazy by the way is is jesus christ not a running theme in any of these churches because the patriarchy. That's what that is you know. Did you list the various genders or whatever the list of area. And i'm thinking that's one thing for all these crazy. Adults is a bunch of crazy adults in the pews but in front of them a whole bunch of children four or five year old children. And you listening when you wanna be a pan sexual or a transsexual. And they're going and they they just want to play with their toys or go out and play around. I mean they wanna be kids in there being used as props by these walk chops. Who are forcing this kind of this intersection analogy on the on. These poor children is child abuse as as somebody said on twitter this morning said they should send in the authorities. Take these kids away and arrest these parents. I mean it's child abusing me mentally abusing these poor children but and the status stats show that. There's an incredible amounts of damage or done a huge levels as well just but looking at abigail schreier which he's been writing and saying about this what this does especially to young girls as teenagers. A lot of the stuff is just a phase a lot of the stuff. Is you know i is this kind of a herd mentality that they get in with their with their friends and they get out of it eventually too but not without doing reparable damage including surgery to remove breasts. It's it's know in places if you don't know she is. She wrote the book about this Craze of i guess changing your gender And i saw in some states. If you're fifteen years old going to these clinics in oregon they've his clinics like gender clinics. And you can get treatments hormone treatments. Yeah with no permission from your parents. No no from a doctor. Nothing we'd just go and say. I think i'm a boy two girls buddy. Okay here you go sit down. We'll give you a section. It's madness and it's this new trend and doing it in groups. The girls hang out as boys with no like three or four girls and used to be one tenth of one percent were transitioning and now it's like three percents insane number. Yes it explains it and you hear plenty ago. This is absolute madness. Of course you know. I wanted to read a book. I to target was talking. I got one one tweet from one. crazy activist sound familiar. And they banned her book temporarily but she and you got all these activists who are trying to get her shutdown censored. It's sick but i don't know where how we got off on that that video that video by the way it's remarkable video is going to go viral and hopefully people will We'll we'll see it and do something about it. Because these poor poor children i feel bad for poor phoenix. Phoenix gonna go this. They'll hope for lotus jerry. Pretty sure it's a boy. Or maybe i dunno. I don't know but check out that video of you hadn't seen it I before we go. I gotta get to colin kaepernick. Because this i realized that you know. I'm a little bit more interested in this. Some people but colin kaepernick is a hero to most people on espn. I mean let's be honest All the although max kelman's in the lebatardshow and they all the around the horn people. They love colin kaepernick. Because you know he hates cops. He hates america and they think that's cool and they think when when when george floyd jacob blake happened there was an uprising barstool. And some of the barstool guys. The portnoy's right men said you know we. I feel so bad. i know i understand. We're calling for nick's doing now. I understand you know why colin kaepernick you know hates cops. And they suddenly became this figure when when the los angeles lakers all took a knee and wore. T shirts did some munnell Spit on the flag. What they did exactly james. Lebron james said i hope colin kaepernick is proud of us proud of us. It's just insane when you stop and think about what colin kaepernick is is famous sacrificed jerry so much colin kaepernick is now honoring or demand. I shouldn't say honoring demanding the release of another cop killer. He loves cup killers Moumia mumia abu-jamal mumia abu-jamal if you read about it is guilty as hell assassinated a cup kind of like his other hero joanne. Chesimard did daniel. Faulkner was a twenty five year old trooper in In nineteen eighty one philadelphia police officer trooper philadelphia cup. Nineteen eighty one. He shot him Faulkner shot back. which is how. I think that it was pretty clear. He abu-jamal was injured but dubbed abu-jamal Executed cop when he was down injured murdered him in cold blood obviously nobody. Espn knows who daniel faulkner is. They don't care they just think it is fighting for the the oppressed in the voiceless and all that crap but he made a video. There's a guy on gets paid. Millions by nike is a guy who it's honored by the nfl. Mating video saying that abu Abu-jamal was framed and he served enough. And he should be free mahmoud. Moumia moumia was shot brutalized arrested and chain to a hospital bed He did confess to the killing by the way but he didn't change his mind. I guess later on and now ebonic this absolute piece of garbage colin kaepernick is demanding. This guy ba- free faulkner's widow still around and she's fighting it you know the the. Da is that. Larry crasner that that evil bastard who was one of the original George soros ta's that he bought the but the and now he does nothing but free criminals inside with the criminals. And they're trying to get this guy. Freda bought maureen fuckers fighting the good fight. Thirty eight years after husband was assassinated but and everyone who pays attention. The case knows he's guilty as hell. It doesn't matter. Kapernick wants a free because of his race in because all he did was kill. A cop and kapernick doesn't have any problem with that as we've learned before with joanne martin. Anybody who yeah and we've been talking about moving in for twenty five years. He is bryant kind of been one of the high trophy. Icons of for this crazy Movement woke moving here. He's a noted poet though jerry left that out. He's a thoughtful poet so he's got important a masterworks to complete in so they they've been celebrating this guy but he the details of the murder of the cop frigging terrible Rather it was a decade ago. When i read them but it won't be may have faked his life The guys in animal movie is j- just a total trash. But i'm not surprised if you're going to try. This is the time to try it. And you what. You're you're saying that you don't think the squads and have any sway over joe biden. I disagree jerry. I mean this is going to be a test. We'll see how much you can hold out. I don't think he's got much chance here. I think as far as criminal justice reform or woke wrote woke revolution. Goes biden has no defense against that stuff's in it is going to be a free for all i'm i'm i'm looking for him. You know watching around the horn today. I'm sure they'll say you know. We wish the best to Maureen faulkner our thoughts and prayers are through her and her family. Because her husband was assassinated by this dirtbag no they'll say oh colin kaepernick. He's such a such a freedom fighter. Such a great a humanitarian. Screw that it's all very considering. We've moved so much in in in in an all these. He loves china. He's an awful awful treatment. Jerry considering we've moved so far into crazy zone here and all these woke companies like espn are are happy to to make these moves even though they lose money in high idiots even though they lose money and culture has become so warped how how isn't in play company seriously. Why doesn't he ever normal gay. He's a talented broadcaster. He does tweet out. Is thoughts as daily thoughts. Yeah it is amazing. He's holding up so well he looks. I think he's seventy one or two. He looks good. He sounds good. It's just there's no justice in the world that that he's out there and you know where he is every day when he tweets out his thoughts. He's the golf course. He's waiting a two minute video. He'll doing today talking about Joe burrow getting hurt or talking about Something to do with the With with trump or whatever but Oj look so good. It's just a shame. It's a shame that he isn't ashamed that he's not. I can the same condition as president are a president-elect you know in the throes of dementia struggling to find the right words because he's not playing the. Nfl went to prison who committed murder and he sounds shops like it. Sounds like he hasn't lost a brain cell. It's people beloved him. Have you ever met him. I did years ago in a row. I think he was with will mcdonough. And when i met him and he was in this restaurant and santa everybody in any was like took toast of the town. He was very political and sociable diplomatic. Everybody says rate guy if he's unless he kills you he's like a really great guy. It's interesting how these when he's not beheading as his wife and he's charming and you know we all have our flaws right. We'll have a issue so carefully cut. Someone's head off. We still seems like a heck of a. He was great as norbert norberg. Wouldn't you agree in the movie. He was incredible. And they could gun towering inferno jerry. You can't kim. Teach that if it goes free i want. Oj back on tv. You run with that you We'll see good luck to mumia and cabinet that piece of crap but anyway that's it we got. We got off on that tangent. I'm looking forward today to seeing the haven't seen it yet. Sydney powell go public with the crack. And she gonna release the crack in today. Shattuck and god are we gonna miss trumper. What every day. Some crazy thing with with whether it's his lawyers or him or is someone on his team. It's just gonna be boring without him. We're gonna miss them. We're gonna miss not going anywhere. He's gonna get more coverage as a private citizen than biden does as president. Hopefully you know takes over newsmax. Because that's you know my my network newsmax and That'd be wild. He uses bison networks just for revenge i love. Revenge would love to see. That's why love janice team. Who's gonna join us tomorrow. By the way. I'm awesome. I can't wait. I love janice dean doing great work. We'll explain to her that Governor cuomo feels that it's her fault by the way that her relatives have died just like eating too much cheesecake fat. That's a good point. That cheesecake cheesecake for father in law was a new york. Firefighter guy was but in a and was married to his wife for fifty nine years and cuomo killed the both of them in the span of like two weeks and he's out there getting an emmy. today it's noisy. Aiding just an emmy. He's out in a book tour writing a book about how and all these celebrities. Ben stiller a holes out there campaigning for him already does not pay attention. I honestly if he were republican. I would hate him. I would hate him. I don't hate him because he's democrat. I mean that's part of it. But i would hate him just as much be republican. Because i know what he did. We all know what he did. If you could just read up on a little bit you'll realize what a disgusting human being. He is but enough of that enough of that shattuck. Thanks for joining. Thank your wife for me please. For saving little gerry callahan. The roussel where. I like to think of a rooster who was Attacked by a hawk and your wife went out there. Valiantly heroically saved the rooster. I wished i were on video man. We could make famous. I know i've thought about it. But the of the motion cameras will always go off and do it right. I'll try late me chickens. Why because when the virus was first starting my wife felt that There'd be run on all the food in the world and so we had to be presents for eggs were creepers. Do you have like a basement. Full of dinty moore cans of not anymore because i would eat it and fat and occasionally drunk so no so it's beans their spam down there. There's a lot of pasta down there. There's a lot of stuff that i generally won't eat. Are your are your kids in on this. Prep thing prep birthing. She's not a legitimate prep but we have a lot. We have shelves of stuff. And my wife is hardcore jerry. She doesn't screw around prepar. I was telling. I was telling jerry before you came on about the video on facebook of her would appear to be on the roof. Doing so you have. No you have no right to accuse me of lack of masculinity while your wife is doing everything around the house everything outside the house all right. That's a new room that the new rule oil manually. While she was nine months pregnant under the car our neighbor saw this you fat piece of crap. You're letting amazon she does it. And what do you do your kids to dolittle lotus in phoenix. Shattuck to they take care they help give them water. So they're not. They're not super helpful a moment one of them's learning how to clean stuff which is good. Because we've got the houses we need. We need to be better to better cherry picked out there pronouns. Your kids oddly enough. My wife has little patience for anything. Like that jerry. She's at orthodox serbian orthodox. So there's not a whole lot of phoenix and stuff like that happening. That is tom shattuck. Host of the burn barrel podcast and low sun editor and lazy slob of husband. Let's his poor wife to all the work around the house. thanks shattuck. we'll talk hopefully again this week. Guys thanks to shake criminality pavia. dc you and Thanks to everybody for listening for subscribing. Tomorrow we're going to talk to at some point but sure when we're gonna get this up and running but we're gonna talk to janice dean who is Determined to dog andrew cuomo to his grave which i love that about her because what chrome komo deter a family and We'll have the latest from sydney powell and the cracking and see what happens with with them today. Anything else colon check. If you haven't already check out that chef. Mike interview that shattuck was that shattuck was teasing. I think it was. I think michele mcphee over the weekend tweeted out how you know the basically comparing the bail out for the auto industry and we're doing nothing for the for the restaurants guys like chef. Mike aren't asking for bailout. You know they're just asking. You're playing by the rules and they're just asking for a fair fight and that's a perfect. That interview was perfectly sums up the fight that small businesses some guys in la they in in california and the restaurant owners and they did all these men they set up their outside sections and put in tents and big plastic dividers and then three days later. Gona says you're closed you're closed. I mean not french laundry. Because that's that's the average average guy just trying to make a living. He just kicked him in the nuts again. It is brutal what they're doing by the way we've shown you a couple of videos to video of a lotus and phoenix below video. The beautiful man in florida saving his dog. You've got to see the video of the buffalo store owner who kicks the health department out of store says get lost if you don't have a warrant wither the place to see if they were abiding by all of cuomo's ridiculous rules. He wouldn't let them in to get lost. This is a private business. You're not invited in to get a warrant get outta my store. It was great helped us more. That people are going to start fighting back. People are fed up. They're not going to allow the government to cancel christmas Have you bring your kids to see the mall. santa chadwick i see our intellect terrariums. They have the men feel like little little gerbils inside these little plastic bubbles. It's kind of sick but hey you can't be too careful that's it. I'm kelly and this is the callahan podcast and we will talk to you again too long. Why am i stopping you. no one else stops. Can i go home. Good gerry callahan podcast.

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The South Florida Morning Show hr 1  12-4-20

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So that that actually went on for a minute of all the violations and other people that should not count on the voter rolls. How many dead people voted. And what did he say. More than ten thousand okay and you know when when the dead do vote. They vote democrat so every time. It is amazing. i. I don't know how that always works out. Oh my god. I voter fraud. Why are you breathing. Life into this dead subject. I wanted to hit that woman who was she. I don't know. I apologize to karen. Because i was putting on my headphones setting up and she was playing the audio and he laughed out loud when i heard that and then a chuckled outlawed. When i biden's buttons quote this chaos the trump created a yet really mush minded demented old. You've got to be kidding me scary. Oh dear well no. It's not the we gotta laugh at the only thing what's being called i whether it's funny. How monikers happen. I don't know whether this is going to be a good thing or a bad thing for state farm because it just happened because they're the corporate sponsor of the arena their tabulated everybody's being known in the history books now is the state farm video. I know isn't that sad. I don't know it's but you know it's no no slack on them reveals probably possibly with a lot of people are saying is the turning points trying to save the country. Well there's actual video proof note that they cheated before it was you know it's either it's tabulation. It's it's the you know the the algorithms right screwed up on the old dominion or whatever hell. It's called dominion machines or it someone's testimony and you can always say that person is lying in this case kinda hard to lie when you actually see the fraud taking place. You just made a great point. I didn't understand why people are saying. This is such attorney but again it's huge. We're video bay. Society aren't we. Yeah so you got to see it. It's hard to not see. A huge suitcase comes out from underneath the table. Well i it gets planted. Then it comes out. After everybody's left the polling place only go home you know that broken water pipes and the next thing you know. They opened up the suitcase. And there's all these ballots inside it so this my god in two parts here. This is now the key part of the story here. This is the first time the world sought genius the way they did it first time. The world saw this video during the george hearings yesterday. Okay it's narrated by some of the volunteers stop. The fraud The texas public policy foundation involved in this thing. But they're in georgia and this lady from the lawyer from that group is narrating what she saw here as they're presenting the video. Roll this back and show it to you there. You go so now. They're gonna start pulling these ballots out from under the table this table. The black one was placed there by the lady with the blonde braids. About eight twenty two. Am in the morning so she put that table there. Okay and then. It's the same person who stayed behind the same person who cleared the place out under the pretense that we're going to stop counting. So what are these ballots doing their separate from all the other ballots. And why are they only counting them. Whatever the places cleared out with no witnesses tucker showed his son is on his show last night and he that there was five seconds of silence he goes. What the hell it was fun. This is unbelievable. It's it looks like something out of a movie. It's hard to you know. Like i said it was had it not been for the video. Would you have believed with these. People were saying that there was a table placed by a poll worker underneath the table. She puts a suitcase. Sits there all day at thomas crown affair. Thomas path ferry plants the suitcase and then uses that to stop the greats from going down the gates from going down then thinking. That's exactly what it was is the coast clear did did we send them out. All right and all of a sudden they reach on that table cut christine by the way again pristine crystal clear mail in ballots. Not a wrinkle on them and And i get news. Very few. Didn't mail in your ballot like did you have to fold it to put it into the envelope so it doesn't come out late pristine flat. No creases no nothing. I was like wow even if these had been like. I don't know magically some people fill them out and they walked to the tabulation center and tournament or whatever. You'd have a folded. Im you'd have something something so they they'll come from well. They just regular ballots. They put in themselves. Fill those out in the back room. Stick them in his suitcase. We'll put the suitcase under the table. No one will see it there. How's the algorithm looking. Oh my god look at the trump votes. Alright plan b waterpipe broke. I know that sounds like a cartoon. That's literally what happened. It said it's unfortunate but true but thank goodness. They had video. How do you know what it is. They're not video in every polling place. Great question so wouldn't they have video of more of this illegal activity taking place somewhere else. One of the state Reps there that was there he said i just went i. He was like mind blown. he goes. I want to be clear like these weren't videos. Cameras put in from the elections officials. They said no sir this is this an arena and they have all the time cases a fight or a slip and fall for the attorneys whenever there and he goes. It's all right there so you know what maybe it's just because they used an arena. You know being an high school. You don't have cameras to you. Know now the democrats in philly saying you fools you always hide the cameras blocked off so that means somebody in the state farm arena. Some honest soul told him about this footage and they said listen. We've got this going to end. They were brilliant. How they only revealed it to the world during the hearings. Yesterday there was another. I don't know whether she was a state senator or state representative but she was a democrat. She said well. That's that's that's been debunked it she's pointing. That's that's been debunked. State rep. Goes well. I want to clarify a believe. This is the first end the world seeing this. Yes sir no. I mean it's been debunked just saad for the first time crooks holy caps loot crooks so now we got a big change. Now send the governor wants. You're matching. Well thank you mr kemp. Hold on a minute. Now i see and what did biden say. He might develop a disease soon. He admitted it last night. Wasn't that was to go away into the forest. I you know what. I didn't hear that until this morning you. You startled me with that. I think he's startled Even jake tapper with the interview. Oh my goodness and we got christmas stuff and lottery stuff a lot of stuff. Yes so next. One hundred friday by the way these self-loading show is bill. Keeping you enter good news. Bottom of the. That'll be at six thirty. What are you working on now well. We should've comforted the house of representatives working on some key. Things that just making marijuana federally legal care wait well. He does seem a little odd. That it's legal in the states and then it's illegal federally and then also if you own a big cat tiger like in an apartment building new york you can't anymore because they were a little worried about that And in fact. Here's the democrat congressman. Mike quigley shows us. Just how dangerous is these are taus. Pats it's inhumane. Put them in small cages or in fact with seeing them in high rise apartments. It's just insane on the same day that wanna carole baskin's volunteers had her arm arms. Ripped off the cat and she's like oh you're in the wrong cage should make the case. Yeah get that it's important. I didn't know this was stuff was scheduled jan. I get it. But i have some more important stuff to say. Relief package saving. Republicans are maybe fixing the lecture bureau. Come on come on big cats and todd san francisco. You can't smoke cigarettes in an apartment but you can light up all the pot you want. That's right they just passed that law man. Smoke a cigarette in an apartment but you can smoke pot when we say yesterday. No he could make a peck. Led frozen pall malls. You said marlboro reds pall malls. I i don't know i think so. Virginia slims menthol. That's right yep all right because those are healthy for you. Every virginia slims used to do the women's tennis circuit was the major sponsor right. They're coughing all the way to the net that were coming up and it took a while for them to change that well because the cigarette companies had all the money and it was winston cup for man. But that was you know. That's swipe cards are worth so much. Money s right because cigarette company sponsored the baseball cards he refused to have his name affiliated with tobacco. God love honus. I wish i had his car. I know these florida morning. Show to friday almost into the weekend. There's gina bill dinner over there to for we get into the Infuriating stop the fraud. Stuff let's win some money okay. Do you buy tickets soon. Are just so useless. Sometimes they tell you everyday stopped buying ticket and a mega millions tonight. Two hundred and forty four million. But if you don't want that you can try tomorrow night's powerball two hundred and forty three million a lot of money. That's a lot of money to launder money. Cash payout for mega millions is one hundred. Eighty eight million. Oh i can only imagine. I just went to a special tropical island there in my head boy. I went to a nice ranch in the middle of nowhere. Like thank you man about that. Wouldn't that be nice. That'd be very nice. Nice christmas person. Alright we kind of left you with this one the revelation this was everybody's saying this is a game changer. And i think. I guess the reason we've been so close to this anyway. But when people see visual evidence like you said last segment gen. That's what convinces them in georgia. They call it the state farm video from the arena which was the tabulation center of outright fraud and the security cameras. Show it. well this is. What's convincing a lot of people if they see it because i know fox showed it. Of course we have it. It's all over social media but the mainstream media they didn't show it now they don't show it and i think the differences like yesterday beehive lady. What's her name. I keep forgetting her name Melissa melissa khurram is that lesson anyway. They're already trashing her behavior. Of course saying she's you know she's basically a lunatic and she's just making stuff up issues speaks because it's a coordinated to character assassin. Because she's telling the truth in. This poor woman is getting crucified in the media so he can take a person's testimony and they say well. She's lying that she signed an affidavit. Who cares anybody can sign affidavits and still lie so you don't maybe not believe the people who were speaking. You don't like rudy giuliani. So you don't believe a word he says or anybody else. That signed an affidavit. This you have visual proof that they cheated so now. All of a sudden the spineless feckless gutless rhino fake republican bryant. Camp that you're the governor of georgia goes on laura ingraham last night and says this you're not called early on for a signature audit obviously sector state per the laws in the constitution would have to order that. He has not done that. I think it should be done. I think especially with what we saw today. It raises more questions. There needs to be transparency on that. You say really nice of you to step up five or governor. Five requests from the trump campaign five official request to his office to have signature matching. And he didn't do anything until the fraud was revealed on video for the world to see and idiot. Finally so now you see what's happening. So now he's bailing on the secretary of state and b- and blaming everything on him and that's secretary of state was just taking marching orders from camp. Well what happens at tomorrow's rally in. Where's he going valdosta right. Yup international airport there the regional airport. Does he talk about this. Is that like his main talking point that now we have video proof that you your vote didn't count. You were cheated out who you voted for about. This was thinking about this driving in this morning. Time to bring back the giant video screens. They will show this over and over and over again of the trump rally. You're probably right. You're probably right the whole world. Everybody has seen this. I don't know this is just an amazing amazing thing. Georgia you get signature matching and the president tweeted this out. Last night he goes. That's the best way to make. Sure that the senate race is saved. That'll topple people have great enthusiasm. Wants georgia goes. The rest of these states will be under pressure to signature match. Maybe a huge turning point you get get you know what you're right and thank goodness for the state farm. God i don't think regular polling places have cameras in them. I think you're right because you think about. Where are they churches. Schools city hall places like that on a cameras in these little rooms. These tabulation center and by designed by the way because the democrats have hundreds of years of experience and fixing elections. Well you know what maybe this changes things in that cameras will now be mandatory. Isn't it insane that we're sitting here thinking. Oh why don't they all have cam. Of course they should they should. You would think wow unbelievable all right well. The phony president might of mush corrupt crooked china joe biden field again with the filter off the entire plan last night. On interview with jake tapper. You should have seen harris face. And i told rock if if if i read something where there's a fundamental disagreement. We have based on a moral principle. I'll i'll i'll develop some disease and say after resign chief submitted without comment. Oh my god. So he was talking about if he income la- harris disagree on us. Agree serious like So thing not just with not just a policy like obama tells carmela this do such and such and joe disagrees that he's sick and step down kamla takeover. They don't even try to hide the plow because they don't have to work 'cause they have the media running cover for them. Does everybody get this now. Do you understand what's happening is crazy. It's insane this is what now. now jen. put this in reference. Think back to his comment about we running the greatest voter fraud organization in the history of american politics. He was right now. You know that wasn't just. He didn't just miss speak. No he's got a he's got the dementia thing where there's no filter is telling the truth in his own demented way. What obama say about him exactly right well. It was that comment. You say it. Best that anybody than anybody. Don't ever underestimate. How joe biden can his ability to things up. Wow but what's exactly what has even since obama's time though look at how in lockstep the media is with them so now they can get away with anything and they. They're not even smart enough to hide it. they don't have to what. What was jake. Tappers response to that to say anything went. Okay you tour so all. You're so cute clowns. Oh my dangerous. Disingenuous corrupt clothes. They're all they're all the same up that's on don't give up. Don't give up. We gotta fight and save the well. I hope this video saves everything. Yup it's gonna save everything. What the new monoliths. We didn't get location right but but we were right there at the aliens put another third one in now wasn't an alien the now we got. It's already gone. Discovered disappeared a move quickly. They're quick to go. Ufo's we've got that Their reaction from the georgia video state farm video which is earth shaking and more trump news too about the that section two thirty protection all next these heffler morning show and bill. O'reilly's up as gen bill Sounds a little warm for the weekends. Almost there these f. morning show there's gen abilities dina right over there and it is up by the way jarod spread it along few follow us on twitter re tweet that it's the video of the state farm arena eddie revealed in georgia yesterday of the massive fraud. I mean right before our eyes security camera stuff. You know what an it's going to be the game changer. And i because there's there's visual proof you know people can lie. You can pay people to lie really well. Yeah i mean look at watergate. Even that small slice or look at joe biden. I mean the guy lied through the whole thing so you can pay people to lie. People like to lie regardless of whether or not they said. They signed an affidavit or not. That truck driver that jesse morgan. Very believable guy. But you know what somebody could have gone up to him and said here's twenty thousand dollars would just this story. Yeah you make a great point. I think we need to were so. I think we're just so Technologically advanced now. You're gonna see it or h- very least hear it or right. You need proof with people. So now they're going to go back in the democrats are going to say. We want to analyze the tape. Because we think it's doctored absolutely absolutely. That's the strategy will be what was diener sand instant. I don't know about the other socials. I've stayed off like facebook but Instant instagram has flagged it. Already he act so if you actually to re- to put the video from the state farm arena on instagram. We would say is verified that these are actual votes of course and that's how they do it that's how they create out for their side. You know what they were stupid enough not to realize they were in a place that had cameras. And that's that's what's going to get them so good so the detroit and philly democrats alike. Atlanta took steel. We fix election. You should have called us. Didn't you know how to cover up the camera. The camera in the corner. And that's the only reason they got caught. They were in an area that has cameras. because all the other ones don't so then they had You know lawyer after lawyer getting up there for the trump teams. This was this thing went on for like this guy was like three minutes of violations. Their vote count like the things they found. But here's a little sample of the violations. Ten thousand three three hundred and fifteen or more individuals to vote who are deceased by the time of the election. Forty thousand two hundred and seventy nine individuals to vote who had moved across county lines at least thirty days prior to election day and who had failed to properly register to vote in their new county after moving also in violation of georgia along but he had things like something like three thousand people who are incarcerated who did not register you know on and on and on and it was it was amazing said no more than ten thousand. Dead people had voted. I was who was the one who said when the dead when you're dead. People usually don't vote but when they vote they vote. Democrat was we. We had the cut. I forgot who it was said. That should be chiseling rushmore. Was matt gaetz. I think is who said. I think he did think it was him. But anyway. that's what we need. We needed yesterday. I heard that guy was like ten thousand more than ten thousand dead people voted. That's crazy it's just so obvious. It just is a at this point. Eight so clear now. You're like well. I haven't seen any evidence of fraud. You're either lying or i'm sorry you have about the eyesight of stevie wonder that's about what's happening here. I'm sorry either way because you were. You were intentionally not paying attention or you only follow what mainstream news is telling you and and there's no excuse for that in this day and age you gotta dig a little deeper. You gotta look a little harder to find real news direct source go to independent journalists and you find out what the exact dealer what's going on otherwise you're a sheep right because you're not going to see it anywhere else so true. You wouldn't have seen this anywhere. No one played this except Was tucker thunderhead at it. And that's about it right. It's not on any any mainstream news network. Nothing they won't even show it because they work lockstep with the democrats. If you don't get that by now there's no hope for you nuts. That's sad sad. Sad sad sad really sad. It's a sad state of affairs. Yes i thought. This was a great development. This is flying like way under the radar big announcement from walmart last night. They're starting to sell at home. Covid nineteen test kits online. This is a massive development. Oh let me go. How much are they. Does it say The announced the product through a corporate blog post at home testing options going to be available Walmart sam's club websites there about Well here's the thing there about ninety nine hundred thirty five bucks but these are the toaster ones i think. How much are they about. One hundred bucks. Oh okay between ninety nine hundred thirty five you know what. Yeah by one yet. Charge your neighbors a buck bucket pop. Yes and then you know. Everyone gets tested in pay for the machine or a couple of you going on the machine. Yes and that's what's going to happen so you can get results about twenty. It's not like rapid test kits. It's about twenty four hours. But still they're not the they're not as accurate as the deep brain swab. But here's the thing you can do. You can get tested a bunch of times with this thing. They have a couple of them. Actually i'm looking right now. yeah They range in price from as you said there's one that's one hundred there's one that's ninety nine Oh it's yeah and then it goes up to one hundred thirty five neighborhood plan like you said but let's say you You have a community center for a of old people or you're a nursing home or something got like three kids school kids at home. Yeah why not one time. Investment here to test them all the time. Make sure everything's school is going to be this. Is the game changer. Now these are nasal swabs so the thing would be in a. Do you have to do the brains now. i think. I think this thing is a quick little. Okay deal because i'm thinking even if you have this no going to go up and do that to themselves or not do it correctly. Yeah you need somebody who knows what they're doing. I think the more If there's one failure here the trump administration with covert has had. Because i think what they did with the warp speed was incredible. Getting this vaccine. done We should have like little test. Kits available for twenty bucks twenty. That aren't the most accurate biking take ten of them. Put a right below. This is the marijuana test kit. Eight bucks why are you go so you test your teenage son at for covert and then pot. It's going to be federally a allowed some new working on that. I guess that's not so that you know that way. They can sell it federally and make money which they should have done years ago. Well i get that. And i get that. They're taking that up to date. But can we work on this election for one thing. I like fast track that and why build. there's not. There's nothing wrong with our election process. Not at all. Which is why we have these distraction. Stories in the news found another model and it didn't last long. We thought for sure about the location Diener we thought it was going to be south. America to create a triangle. Rights was a little disappointed about that. No i'm sorry. It ended up in California guys it didn't last long in southern california. It was in the test guerrero mountain range i sounded and it was on. Yeah i was on this this trail and these guys founded and then they went back and they took pictures of it and shortly thereafter. Four other people showed up knocked it over and took it away there. It is so just like the utah one now the four. That took it this time. They did it just to take it all. Oh boy. they weren't the owners like the last time in newton but they also were wearing trench coats. Yup and we're very short unusually short. Yeah so it usually when it's founded disappears by its owner in this case it was taken away by its non to owner but The alien wasn't an alien. Two five dash nine. So where does it show up next to you from utah to california. That's a nice car drive in a couple of days since it was in you know where was the other place romania romania designing a star could be what it is all right you to stop it. Oh speaking stars yes. The star of bethlehem is going to be for sale. It's going to be seen in the sky at the winter solstice. Oh just coming up in a couple of days. That's the end of the world. I will tell you that it's all over the last time it happened and they were. This close was something like Twelve twenty six. Yup but before that happened he might win a lottery. That coming up next to this Jen calls it a game changer. The state farm arena fraud video. We'll talk about decks. These south florida morning shows geno. Bill keep you almost news time again. That means the top of the hour is ni- what's happening. What's coming up. I it is near getting biblical with the star of bethlehem in a minute aids. Cool in a minute. Hold on this story. It's the gospel according to karen gospels. I talked to the manager. Jesus oh my god. It's friday a so Joe biden literally said this. He calls the election fraud fight. Chaos that trump has created. I'm sorry i left out loud. It was just putting my headphones on when you did this during your news at the top of the hour i i. We shouldn't be surprised if laughably incredible it is laughably. And i'll get sound from him. I finally put the video from the state farm arena. Whatever from georgia which by the way none of this information is on any of our news wires. Summary doesn't have i so i went to it was actually donald. Trump had it up on his youtube channel. So it's up our website eight fifty. Wt dot com they. They said everyone easy. Go away and then. They rolled out all these cases. Well here's one woman who was doing the play by play the video so now they're gonna start pulling these ballots out from under the table. Yeah i saw four suitcases. Come out from under the table. So what are these ballots doing their separate from all the other ballots. And why are they only counting them. Whenever the places cleared out with witnesses. Jim calls it a game changer. Agree there's no evidence. Bill of any fraudulent is going on here. no unsubstantiated. If somebody's still tells me no evidence going laugh out of the room. I'm sorry that means you're not paying attention. How many ballots does a suitcase hold. Well that's what they were trying to do the math because they were trying to figure out. How many could have and she says that it. This was enough time and enough ballots to change the outcome. Or you just feed the ballot in over and over again like they did in detroit. But you know what's the definition of insanity over and over again hoping to get a different outcome. They're going to do the same thing in january. Nothing's changing they won't now. The one thing that changed was camp after five requests from the trump campaign for signature matching five requests. Now he sees this. He goes on laura ingram last night. Where are we have signature mattress. Now is now in light of the video. You clown fake rhino eight. So they're gonna signature match the mail in ballots. Everything there might be an actual are- are- allotted now recounts are useless but there might be a real audit now because of this thing. They way the envelope so they can throw them the head but they can though because that means that those ones that you can't match up with an envelope should be i you'd hope and then there was lady it was i think she was. I think she was a state senator and she goes. They show the video she goes. Well that's that's been debunked and another one of the state reps goes well. I believe that this is the first time the world has seen this. Is that correct. Yes sir she goes out but it's it's it was debunks before it was seen right exactly how it works. That's how democracy work. How did they manage to keep this under wraps until the because that was a genius. Move to only show it during the hearing. That was amazing. Well you know rudy's has been saying we've got evidence everywhere all the time you know except in detroit and philly the democrats. Don't you know how to cheat down there. They not a break cameras if there and legs coming up next year. Sorry for the long news. Keefer news ninety seconds. Just unbelievable though here is Here's a little bit more of the now. The lady that karen was saying narrating his from the volunteer lawyer the texas public policy foundation Some of the trump team lawyers helping volunteer in georgia. Here's what she's saying. We're going to roll this back in. Show it to you so now. They're gonna start pulling these ballots out from under the table this table. The black one was placed there by the lady with the blonde braids. At about eight twenty two am in the morning so she put that table there. This is after they cleared everybody out and they thought the coast was clear and are basically was except the cameras right and there's like three of them left inside the is the three or four. There's like three or four from left and the salad area agreeing about materializing all these ballots. Which you said. That's a great point. They can't just go by estimate estimate of how many fitness suitcase because they could feed him in as we saw in detroit multiple times. Yeah but in this case they were just trying to have all of these. I would assume biden votes from all the suitcases. I in ballots by the way. No folds you'd think i if they they're pretty big suitcases so they i would assume they could at least fit. I mean thousands in each one. If you it down. I mean these are just oh yeah absolutely because i mean how how. Thick is a ballot thin as a piece of paper so now all of a sudden the feckless spineless corrupt governor of georgia. Brian camp after five official requests from the trump campaign to signature audit realize. All of a sudden listened to them not called early on for a signature. Audit obviously sectors. Say for the law and the constitution would have to order that he is not all. I think it should be done. I think especially with what we saw. Today it raises more questions. There needs to be transparency on that really world let darius state. they're throwing ruffle bargar. He's throwing him under the bus now. Let's his fault yeah. Trump asked him what was like on wednesday. Stop the election. Shut it down. Oh absolutely and he goes. Your state is so corrupted scary by shut it down. It's like okay on nice unbelievable corruption. I think you're right. I think. I think it is a game changer. Because it's up that people can sink their teeth into. It's not just very credible story of everybody else that's happened. You know those are those are signed affidavits but this is something people can see and go. That's not right there. Everyone thinks somebody can be bought right. You know you can pay somebody enough money or whatever. The case may be paid their debt off. And say say this. And then say you. Signed an affidavit or signed an affidavit in li- happens all the time so trump was all over. This obviously like karen said and he last night about seven hours ago. Best way to it's your kelly leffler and Senator purdue victory is to allow signature checks in the presidential race. He says listen to he goes on to say it'll insured georgia presidential win very few votes needed. Many will be found. spirits will soar. Everyone will rush out and vote. He's right He was upset by the way what lynnwood said about not voting should be. Yeah it was probably not a good thing. Not a thing. It's all right. We're going to be saved. React to light in the sky of the star of bethlehem or the end of the world could go either way now the okay. Well i'll tell you that fifty fifty the last time this phenomenon happened was eight hundred years ago. Oh god was just say it was. When jesus was born on christmas well last time it happened was in march for twelve twenty six however day they ju- suggests that this is what the three wise men. It is interesting though that it happened in march. And what'd you say. Twenty-six of the magna carta. They it's interesting because remember this stuff but they also i think Brady's first practice with another. They say the next time it'll happen. Yes in march of twenty eighty. See another march because they say that. Jesus was actually born in march springtime. It was tap but they moved. The church moved it to around the pagan festivals of the solstice and things like that brought together peace and not have not have a riot right sure. Well anyway this is going to happen. On december twenty first it's jupiter and saturn. They call it a conjunction. They happen to be the closest they can be. Wow and it. Looks like a huge bright stalls. Star of bethlehem is see if but it's actually to planetary because i heard that saturn jupiter. We're going to be close soon. I don't know when that was happening. So that's what it is. The christmas december twenty first. So look up. I don't know how long it lasts for we. Three kings of orient are the world. I don't go for the star of bethlehem new beginning. I like that yeah. We'll go with that december twenty first. Good things happen after that. By new beginning we mean the second coming of jesus. It would be a good time. How come all these people said talk about the second coming of jesus didn't pick this day. Yeah really. I don't know that it's pretty obvious that would have been the smart move. Behold i bring tidings truly okay linus all the money yeah. We got big lotteries happening this weekend. So maybe that'll change the world. Then you could end the world all you wanna be rich. We'll be rich i You notice what he says. I buy the ticket he gets but when he buys a ticket none of us get anything. Diener you noticed. Have you noticed this. I really wanna talk you. I'll make up this week. That share my cut. I was a nice revelation canoe. We get the fraud in georgia to talk about we Joe biden's mind of mush revealed live last night and and lotteries nice combo south florida. Morning show this gen bill. Keep it here. If you're a defender claiming to protect your organization from cyber attackers you must be successful ending attacks every single time. They only need to be successful. 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Target USA -- Episode 201: National security implications of impeachment

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Target USA -- Episode 201: National security implications of impeachment

"From podcast one coming up in this episode of target USA anytime there's an impeachment proceeding seeding going on in the Congress to remove a president. It consumes a lot of time and energy van voice belongs to the man who was the very first Homeland Security Secretary for the trump administration for almost one. Working Day is name is Jay Johnson. He was better known as as the Homeland Security Secretary for President Barack Obama and he suggests the impeachment proceedings under way have taken a far worse toll on the US than we might imagine because of its divisive nature and my primary concern about the current debate where certain people are trying to create doubt about whether it was the Russians versus the Ukrainians sends the signal to Vladimir Putin and the Russian in government. Hey we're not so sure you were the ones responsible for this. You know. We're getting a a muddled picture. You had one member of the United Nine States Senate a couple of weeks ago. Say I don't know the toll impeachment is taking on. US National Security coming on this edition Of Target USA National Security podcast from WTO in Washington DC this is target USA. Russia could render huge arm to this North Korea's secret missile capable of reaching the whole of the United States dangerous `terrorist. DC is repeatedly mentioned. Some place they would like to see an attack cyber criminals America as a target on its back and on this program. We investigate the threats the people behind them the agencies fighting them and the impact on you this this is target. USA The national security podcast. I'm Jay Jay Green for the only the fourth time in. US history articles of impeachment against a sitting president have been are likely to be passed in the process. The deep divide between political parties at the highest level has seeped into the daily media machine whether traditional no or social media and the vitriol on social media alone is shocking. At times meantime the world is watching watching so what are the national security implications of all of that former homeland security secretary. Jay Johnson joins us to allay them out. Can't get into politics because that's not my thing and that's not what we do on this program but what we do talk about our the nuts and bolts of national security and I can't think of a better person to ask about this because you were Donald. Trump's first homeland security secretary all Seven hours and thirty two minutes on January twenty twenty seventeen. That day I was the designated survivor which meant that. I served until the appointment of my successor. John Kelly which meant that I served right seven and a half hours into the trump administration. That's an interesting. Is I cabinet officer for seven and a half hours as I was the entirety of his cabinet and the first one to resign from his cabinet. That was that was an interesting piece of information there because I didn't know that and Doubting a lot of people did impeachment national security impacts. What you see well first? There's the obvious impact on national security any time and we've only done this a handful of times in the history of our republic anytime there's an impeachment proceedings seating going on in the Congress to remove a president. It consumes a lot of time and energy that should be spent went Doing the people's business in other respects and so on the national security front when. There's an impeachment proceeding going on like the one we have today day Things like the NDA for example the National Defense Authorization Act which has to pass Congress every year Could be sitting on the back burner passing a budget for the entire federal government for fiscal year. Twenty also Of A budget for the Department of Homeland Security of focusing on national security priorities but the the biggest concern. I have about the current debate from a national security perspective is that the Russian government interfered with our election in two thousand sixteen. They did so in numerous respects they hacked into the DNC. They put out fake news published republished fake news about about one of the candidates and scanned probed around various voter registration databases in various states throughout our our country in twenty sixteen in order to prevent them from doing that again. In twenty twenty our government needs to send send a very very strong unequivocal unambiguous masjid message to the Russian government. Don't do this again. We have to make this behavior cost. Just prohibitive we have to send a sufficient deterrent and my primary concern about the current debate where certain people are trying to create doubt about whether it was the Russians versus the Ukrainians sends the signal to Vladimir Putin and the Russian government. Hey we're not so sure you were the ones responsible for this. You know. We're getting a a muddled picture. You had one one member of the United States Senate a couple of weeks ago. Say I don't know who did it and that is exactly the type of message that I think Vladimir Amir Putin wants to hear coming from our leaders here in this town that it's gray up until now the message has been sent unequivocally from Republicans and Democrats to the Russian government. We know you did this. Don't think about doing it again. That message came. Am I in my own statement. Issued on October seventh two thousand sixteen with the Director of National Intelligence Jim Clapper it came from our intelligence community in January. Two thousand seventeen. It came from the intelligence community in this trump administration in unequivocal terms from the house. House and Senate Intelligence Committees the Senate Intelligence Committee issued a very strong report condemning the Russians for what they did chaired by Republican Richard. Burr are and the very very detailed indictments by the special counsel. Robert Muller that by name identify those Russian officials who hacked into the DNC and who put out fake news so when you're dealing with a nation state we cannot erect a one hundred percent foolproof defense line of defense against cyber intrusions. We have to create sufficient deterrence to make the behavior cost prohibitive take again and my biggest concern right now. With those who are trying to suggest that maybe it was the Ukrainians or hey the Ukrainians did this to so. It's muddling the message. And maybe they're getting into something that they don't realize could be a lot more harmful To the US Astana even what the Russians have already done by casting doubt on this and suggesting giving Vladimir Putin and out is that what you're saying exactly right so one of the things I remember. Excuse me very clearly from your tenure and you mentioned it a moment ago with your twenty sixteen joint statement from You and Deny Clapper at the time And I think this was in the book. The apprentice Fire remember correctly Greg Miller from the Washington Post there couple of several representations of what took place you actually had a offered every state in the US the opportunity to engage with dhs yes to build A very resilient defense against any kind of technical intrusion at the time. And if I remember correctly there are a couple of states said no. We don't need your help and here we are now in this situation and I'm wondering looking back on. That have always wanted to ask you that. What do you think about that moment? I think it was was. It wasn't a governor camp from Georgia. He was secretary of State Secretary Secretary at the time. Yes yes remember so. He's governor now but wasn't he who said we don't need your help And I'm wondering Yes yes so first. Let's start with the good news. The good news is that in the run up to the two thousand sixteen election. Something over thirty states I actually did come to the Department of Homeland Security and seek our assistance and we identified a number of vulnerabilities. Nothing major but we. The identified a number of vulnerabilities in working with state. Election officials helped patch the vulnerabilities and I should add since then and since the two thousand sixteen election a lot of good work seems to be a seems to have been done with the state's in conjunction with the Federal Roll Department of Homeland Security to improve the cybersecurity around their own election infrastructure in August. Twenty sixteen when we you were becoming increasingly concerned about what the Russians might do to alter voter registration list or interfere with balloting I put out a message. I engaged every state election official across this country and Mr Kemp was probably the most vocal opponent to any federal assistance to state election officials. There were handful. Yeah were against it. And he was the most vocal. Do you think They regret this now. Does anyone regret not fully taking on the full hell full breadth of the resources that you were making available. Was that a mistake for all states not to be on board a state election official. Well given what we know the Russians did and are doing would regret that at their peril at the peril of the voting public. That they are supposed to be serving. You know this this is a you know. Let's put aside three years ago. This is an ongoing threat to our nation. Well that's where I WANNA get to. I am but but I. I wanted your perspective on that that moment in time which to me was pivotal. You know Just reading the histories. This was all after it took place. Because you know you weren't saying a lot about what what was going on but this was later seeing this does it strike you that some of this could have been avoided. Well fortunately we do not not know of an actual intrusion into state voter registration databases that that had the effect of altering or eliminating voter registration. I say there I do not know that in two thousand sixteen to get at your question. We were clearly facing some state level resistance to federal assistance in what traditionally has been the province of state and local officials that is running elections and and as you may recall in the late summer of two thousand sixteen seeing what we were seeing. I floated to state election officials the idea of declaring which I had the authority to do that election infrastructure is critical infrastructure in this country country. Such that it is a priority when it comes to the assistance the Department of Homeland Security provides. I got some pushback from that. We were in the midst of an election season and secretary Kemp and others a few others expressed rest opposition to it. Based upon a misunderstanding of what it is declaring election infrastructure critical infrastructure is not a federal takeover. Go over it's not binding operational directives on the states. It just simply saying if you ask. We will prioritize giving you assistance and so either intentionally or otherwise. There was misapprehension about what we were offering. So so what I did was rather than push the this declaration on them. Offer them assistance on a one to one basis and over thirty states. It's actually did seek our assistance. Well here we are now. I mean we're looking back on it. And even today the ninth of December in Nineteen. There is a report. That's come out from the inspector general looking into the FBI probe of Russia. So we're still talking about this. You know this is What four years later? Three years three years my account. Well I'm saying this you you. You got four years in terms of the election election cycle in terms of what you kind of got some some inkling of something not being right in two thousand fifteen late in the year right. If I'm not correct it was late in two thousand fifteen that the the US government started to hear and see some things that weren't adding up in terms of the possibility of Russian meddling and there was A lot of stuff that took place in Twenty fifteen from my perspective. which would I can do right? I recall becoming aware aware of intelligence reports that the Russians may be attempting to intrude into our election and that someone had hacked the DNC at some point in the summer of Twenty Sixteen Okay and there was a rising ising tide of awareness in the course of the summer of two thousand sixteen that someone had hacked the DNC that the someone was Russian and and that that Russian was a Russian government actor at the behest Vladimir Putin such that by late summer early fall we knew we had to take action and say something to the American voting public. Okay so all that's done all that's happened and here we we are today. The ninth of December Twenty nineteen some have expressed concern that Russian agents and proxies while the US. And I've asked you about. Impeachment are are distracted with that have already embedded themselves so to speak into. US critical systems Gotten gotten themselves into a position to try to interfere again in the twenty twenty election What's your viewpoint on that Is there anything overt overt that suggest this is underway to you. I have not read an intelligence report on this in almost three years. Now all I know is kind of what you know. Maybe even less at this point but I do have my perspectives from twenty sixteen and I do have a perspective from Reading Intelligence Aldrin's reports for almost eight years. It would not surprise me if what you suggest is true because in my observation the Russian government nor any other foreign government actor has been sufficiently lead deterred from taking this opportunity to try to interfere in our democracy not just Russians but no one and I used. I used to tell. My people. Don't plan for the last attack plan for the next attack and so there's no reason to believe that that this bad behavior would be limited to the Russian government now that others have seen. What the possible Liz? Liz and I don't limit that statement to just foreign government actors. There may be other bad actors out there that are contemplating interfering in our democracy in some way. Now I have to say this this whole discussion of interference in our election interference in our democracy should not underscore not deter anyone from participating in it by voting. One one of the things that we were very concerned about twenty sixteen and you Kinda see this somewhat mixed message in our statements was by saying gene the Russians are doing what they're doing perhaps casting doubt on the integrity of our democratic process such that people would become disenchanted in alienated and walk away from it. That is the exact wrong reaction to have people should not be deterred from voting because of the twenty sixteen experience experience of what the Russians and others may be up to right now. It's part of our civic obligation. Those who are eligible to vote to register to vote and actually vote. Give me your assessment of the skill level that the Russian actors had during your timeframe when you were a reading those reports you're talking about. That's an interesting question. There are several foreign government actors who are very sophisticated in this space. The Russians the Chinese Iranians the North Koreans and they they all have their different signatures in their different styles and methods of doing business. There's others out there that are pretty sophisticated. Of course our own government is very sophisticated and clever in the cybersecurity. Space Perhaps better than anyone the Russians these are like the like the the big bear They leave large footprints. It's almost as if they want you to know it was them and that is there so that seems to be their mo their style and their their brazen brazen about it so. I am concerned that though we know exactly what they did and how they did it to the point where we've named individuals in a criminal indictment in United States district court here in this country. They have not stood down from making another attempt at interfering our democracy and they're not not getting the right message that need to be getting from our government on our behalf to protect the integrity of our democracy. You you know what a president takes an oath to support and defend the constitution. The president's principal obligation Russian aside from his oath to the constitution is to protect and defend the American people and that includes protecting in defending their democracy as well. Yeah you know you're from a journalistic point of view and from my own point of view as a practicing journalist analyst. That is one of the biggest questions out there now and has been since the beginning of this. President's tenure is what is it about Russia and and nobody has been able to say definitively what it is and I certainly don't expect us today to come to any conclusions about that today but it's very clear that there is something something different When it comes to Russia with President Donald Trump and a number of people you know and again this is not on a political programme but a number of people from both Democrat and Republican sides of the aisle have talked about sending this strong message to Russia That hasn't really happened and What you mentioned earlier the question about certain people on the hill Saying maybe it wasn't Russia. You know sort sort of helps that narrative. What do you think Russia Putin and his group are doing with all of this? This right now. Well you know it's probably not very hard to figure out this President Senate and in my observation foreign leaders are figuring out this president so and I'm quite sure bladder Mir Putin the former KGB agent figured out this president longtime ago perhaps before he even became president. How so how did you do that? Well he plainly And this is not unique to Donald Trump. He plainly Likes to be flattered. I'm told that he likes to be told how different he is from. President Obama And just to give you a an example apple of what I'm talking about right after the attack. The air base in Pensacola President Trump received a phone call from the king. Saudi Arabia That was a well placed call. It was a timely called because we can all imagine region with candidate trump would have had to say about that attack on our air base By a foreign national who was in this this country as a candidate. We could imagine what he had had to say. He's not had much to say at all and I suspect it was because there was a one of the reason. Perhaps is a very timely phone call placed by the King of Saudi Arabia to the president. Anything else you WANNA add or talk about today that we haven't engaged on just it's JJ. It's always good to talk with you. We did this a number of times while I was secretary of Homeland Security and Dan Distict back to what we were talking about before. We're in a very difficult tense situation right now. And a large part of the public including maybe even been some of your listeners are disenchanted with what's happening in Washington right now But it's doubly important that Americans not turn away a that they participate in their democracy If you don't like what's happening this is a democracy. There is an opportunity for change every every two every four years that was former homeland. Security Secretary Jay Johnson talking with us about the national security implications of impeachment coming up in our next episode read. Graham Allison's book to sit his trap that's Roddick Sikorsky. A former noted journalist and distinguished statesman from Poland. who was at one point the defense minister? He's now the head of the EU delegation in Washington with a bit of advice for the US when it comes to dealing with China cities was an Athenian historian and general history of the Peloponnesian War recounts the Fifth Century BC war between between Sparta and Athens and he wrote. It was the rise of Athens and the fear that this instilled in Sparta that made war inevitable inevitable such rivalries usually get out of control and And this one mustn't because it would just be too dangerous impending face off between the US and China and of course all of the key issues between the US and the European Union coming up on our next episode of Target Target USA. In the meantime thank you for listening. If you have any questions or comments. Send me an email at J. Green at W. T. O.. P. Dot Com. That's the letter j the Color Green One word at Whiskey Tango Oscar Papa Dot Com. That's J. Green at W. T. O.. P. Dot com also subscribe to our podcast and follow us on twitter at T- USA podcast. That's at Tango Uniform Sierra Alpha podcast and check out our newsletter it's called inside the skiff and you can sign up at W. T. O. P. dot com slash alerts. I'm Jay Jay agree green target. USA National Security podcast. We are deep into this year's NFL season and everyone wants to. I know who will be coming out on top and my right. Well then you need to check out the one podcast that can get you everything you need to know about the biggest NFL NFL Games and analysis on the post season. I'm talking about the Ross Tucker. Football podcast Ross. Play seven years in the NFL before retiring. So you know. He's got the insider knowledge. 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Full Episode: Tuesday, February 5, 2019

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Full Episode: Tuesday, February 5, 2019

"Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's indeed dot com slash podcast. This special edition of Nightline. The state of the union continues here Now, Dan Harris good evening, we begin here tonight with the state of the union, President Trump addressing a divided congress and divided nation kicking off the speech that almost didn't happen with the words not as two parties. But as one nation encouraging the country to choose greatness over gridlock, but going on the offensive on a host of issues from what he called partisan investigations to immigration. Here's ABC's David Wright. No one has benefited more from a thriving economy, then women who have failed. Fifty eight percent of the newly created jobs last year tonight in the house chamber and unscripted moment of unity. Nearly catching the president of Lord. You weren't supposed to do that. Thank you very much. This new congress includes a record number of women more than one hundred of them, a huge block in the Democrat's new majority democratic congresswoman warm all white their ranks and their determination enhanced don't sit yet. Like this. The president congratulated them and exactly one century after congress passed the constitutional amendment giving women the right to vote. We also have more women serving in congress than at any time before. State of the union is usually a display of national unity through gritted teeth the atmosphere this year, especially toxic even though on the surface. It was all smiles. Millions of our fellow citizens are watching us now gathered in this great chamber. Hoping that we will govern not as two parties. But as one nation, president insisted the state of the union is sound, but he also acknowledged deep divisions and economic miracle is taking place in the United States. And the only thing that can stop. It are foolish wars politics or ridiculous partisan investigations speaker Nancy Pelosi singlehandedly delayed this speech for a week over the White House's objections as the Trump presidency enters its third year. She could be a major thorn in his side. But instead of throwing down the gauntlet tonight, the president called for unity. There is a new opportunity in American politics. If only we have the courage together to seize it tonight, Justice cavenaugh. Was there in the chamber his presence on the supreme court? When of President Trump's proudest trophies, the Democrats haven't forgotten his bitter confirmation fight tonight, Representative Alexandria, Akhazia Cortez road, along one of the activists who famously cornered Senator Jeff flake in an elevator. Prompting him to second guess his support for cabinet her plus one sending a pointed message another plus one statement from New Jersey Representative Bonnie Watson Coleman she brought an undocumented immigrant as her guest victory. Morales is really defaced of what I believe is the majority of immigrants and undocumented in this country. He's hard working she's unesc- she contributed to community victory. Morales was also gainfully employed until recently as a housekeeper Donald Trump's golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey, data that gate look at that. We'll know they would they stupid is. They have land up. Dasa me. Honest gives Thomas aqui her story first reported in the New York Times said the face of Trump, hypothesis, President Trump insists illegal immigration isn't just a problem. But a threat this is a moral issue. The lawless state of our southern border is a threat to the safety security and financial well being of all America. He still wants his border wall, walls, work and walls. Save lives as my colleague Matt gunman has shown on Nightline in recent months, the situation along the border is tricky even in places like Yuma. Arizona where there already is a wall. How high is this is a sixteen foot wall? This is the area on Monday where we had a group of three hundred seventy six individuals, enter the United States legally, the most of them came under the wall in my thirty years in the world, which all have not been been part of a resting a group of three hundred seventy six people that's really unheard of the number of people crossing the southern border illegally has declined dramatically since two thousand six with a slight uptick in the last year. But the type of people crossing has chain. Changed families up by two hundred eighty percent from a year ago. Many of them seeking to escape violence and poverty in Central America. Tonight, President Trump stopped short of declaring a state of emergency in an effort to circumvent the need for congressional approval for his wall tonight. I am asking you to defend our very dangerous southern border out of love and devotion to our fellow citizens and to our country among the successes for which the president claimed credit a booming economy, historically, low unemployment and criminal Justice reform and just weeks ago both parties United for groundbreaking criminal Justice reform. They said it couldn't be done. Among the White House. Guests Alice Johnson a mother of five who was sentenced to life in prison in nineteen Ninety-seven for a non violent drug offence. President Trump commuted her sentence after a personal Oval Office plea from Kim Kardashian. Some Laura will be eight months that I've been a free woman this time last year, I was sitting inside of prison sale. So I'm happy to be here fish legislation reformed sentencing laws that have wrongly and disproportionately harm the African American community. Trump also held out hope for a major long term goal. Finally, ending the scourge of HIV aids in America. My budget will ask Democrats and Republicans to make the needed commitment to eliminate the HIV epidemic in the United States. Within ten years. The president spent part of tonight's speech on foreign policy declaring progress in the fight against ISIS and Islam ick extremists rate nations. Do not fight endless worse. Having overruled some of his generals and ordered US troops to withdraw from Syria. Trump now seems determined to end America's longest war in Afghanistan. ABC's David Muir was in Kabul over the weekend. Where US troops continue to fight the Taliban, even as political leaders negotiate with the Taliban hoping to end the war, the political talks. I I do think are are positive. I've talked about this fight multiple times. And it is a fight. Neither side will win it militarily. So if neither side's gonna win and militarily you have to move into a towards a political settlement here. Do you think those political talks with the Taliban are key part of any endgame here? Absolutely two years in President Trump has lost some. Room to maneuver you had the gold pass hits your government, plus a growing number of investigations threatens to hamstring him. I Donald John Trump. The southern district of New York opened a new front subpoenaing documents from President Trump's inaugural committee. The Trump inaugural now joins the Trump campaign. The Trump foundation the Trump transition and the Trump White House in the long list of entities facing criminal investigation. Democrats in congress will help to determine what becomes of these investigations tonight. The audience included several men and women hoping to replace Trump doubtful. They'll be in a mood to cut Trump much slack tonight. The democratic response came for the first time from an African American woman Stacey Abrams, the former majority leader from the Georgia state legislature. I'm Stacey Abrams, and I'm running for governor. Because where you come from shouldn't determine. How far you can go. That's a campaign ad from her recent unsuccessful bid for the Georgia governor's office Nightline spent time with her during the campaign as her opponent fended off allegations. He was trying to suppress the black vote. Mr. Kemp has created a atmosphere of fear around the right to vote in the state of Georgia tonight Abrahams raised the issue of voting rights, again, this is the next battle for our democracy. When we're all eligible citizens can have their say about the vision, we want for our country. She also sought to pin the blame for the recent government shutdown entirely on the White House. The shutdown was a stunt engineered by the president of the United States one that defied every Tenet of fairness and abandoned not just our people, but our values we may not have heard the last of the shutdown the government due to run out of money again later this month. President Trump clearly doesn't want. That to happen. I am Eskin you to choose greatness. But as he's already discovered this year, the art of the deal in this environment is very different from what he's accustomed to the night. One of his biggest applause lines was his suggestion that it's time for a new approach. We must reject the politics of revenge resistance and retribution and embrace the boundless potential of cooperation compromise and the common good even speaker Pelosi leapt to her feet to endorse that idea, whether it's anything more than wishful thinking will depend on her and him. I'm David Wright for Nightline in New York. 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The women in white many newly elected democratic women on the floor of the house of representatives this evening in one of if not the most indelible moments of the state of the union speech cheery USA USA, and we're back now with a deep dive on tonight's state of the union speech. Joining me from Washington ABC's political contributors Cokie Roberts, Matthew Dowd, and Donna Brazile and in New Jersey, former New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie is at Rutgers University tonight. Welcome to everybody Cokie Roberts. Let me start with you. Let's go back to that moment of the women in white those democratic members of the house of representatives, many of them newly elected cheering and chanting on the floor of the house of representatives during the president's speech tonight. What do you make of that moment? It was like nothing we've ever seen before. But the whole picture was like nothing we've ever seen before we've never seen that many women in the congress and. And for them to get together. And where the suffrage is color of white was a statement, obviously. But also it provided such a visual image of all of them together in the sea of white and on the other side all these guys in in, you know, blue and not looking all that exciting. And they chose a way to respond to Trump with a really clever and totally spontaneous response, which was when he congratulated women in congress. They stood up in clap. But they didn't clap for him. They clap for each other. They high fried. They shouted USA. They turned it into their own little rally, and but it was but it was not really disrespectful. It was just fun. Donna Brazile, let me bring you in. Because there was an another woman in the chamber tonight. Also wearing white who was looming literally and figuratively above the president. Tonight. A lot of us were watching her facial expressions very closely. Do did you watch along with us in? What did you make of those facial expression? Well, speaker Pelosi is is no stranger to that seat. She's been in that chair before. And what I enjoyed about her performance tonight. Is that she kept looking at her caucus as if to say on Q. Yeah, that's good. No. I don't know. I I love the entire experience the women in white stole the show, the president understood that he needed to recognize this Lorge historic group of women up there. But there's no question that tonight, the president reached across the aisle on say Boorda's security. He didn't make it, but he did make it on infrastructure. He said I wanted you know in HIV epidemic their ways that he can work with Democrats. But he cannot just do it. With with simple words and start calling Nancy Pelosi mot often, but let me let me bring Chris Christie for. Here. Chris governor you are an ally of the president. He did something quite bold this evening, which is he called out the quote unquote ridiculous investigations by him. It didn't say Robert Muller's name. But certainly he was another figure looming large this evening. Do you think it was wise for him to call these investigations ridiculous? Well, listen, I don't think that's what he was talking about. I think he was drawing the line for congress with investigations even started yet. He was saying, listen, if you decide on that you want to hold investigations that he believes her over the line of ridiculous that that's going to affect bipartisanship, but I have to say the truth. You know, this guy gave a bipartisan speech tonight, he gave his speech where he talked about lowering prescription drug costs where he talked about. He signalled very clearly that he's ready to make a deal on the border. If you couldn't hear that that you have been in politics long enough. The fact is he gave the kind of speech that people wanted him to up to an including acknowledging the new women of the congress and. So I think Donald Trump did exactly what he what what he wanted to do tonight. What he needed to do tonight actions speak louder than words. But if you hadn't used the words people would be all over them tonight to he did a good job tonight. The president gets an eight from tonight because he did what he had to do. And in some respects it was against character. Mattie, data knew bring you in the president made his case yet again for a wall tonight is he likely to carry the day was he persuasive. Well, he he's not gonna carry the day on wall. Because Democrats in the house of representatives are totally against it. He may carry the day on getting border security that he decides to call a wall in this. But I think the president I I would like to see the president should have had whoever wrote the first few pages of his speech in the last few pages of his speech talk to the person that wrote the middle pages of the speech because I disagree with the governor on this. I think the immigration issue the way the president defined it didn't allow a lot the Democrats allot of breathing room in this. But I think when you walk away from this speech, I thought it was supposed to be filled with a lot. Comedy and bipartisanship. He had mentioned of it. But keep in mind, he talked about immigration, which is a button red button issue for the Democrats for eighty lines. He talked about infrastructure for five where he could real receive real bipartisan support. So you know, where the president's energy is on this. And finally here tonight a moment to remember with one of the youngest guests at the state of the union ten year old grace in lung, President Trump honoring her for raising thousands of dollars for Saint Jude's Children's Research Hospital in the fight against cancer and completing her own treatment for brain cancer. You're a great inspiration to everyone in this room. Thank you very much. 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November 5: Culling the heard

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November 5: Culling the heard

"This is a CBC podcast at Franklin Templeton. We help you invest in companies that treat every milestone like a steppingstone reach for better Franklin Templeton investments. Hello. I'm Carol off. Good evening. I'm Jeff Douglas. And this is as it happens. The podcast addition. Tonight, telling the herd his debate with Steve Bannon brought out the police, but David fromm says he has no regrets about sharing platform and debating Donald Trump's alt-right guru. Spoiler alert. Same Republican candidate accuses the Democrats of attempting to hack the election system. But the Democrats claim they're the ones who raise the flag pinch hits the Trump administration implement sanctions aimed at squeezing Iran's regime. Our guest warns that it would be the people on the ground will pay the highest price. That is where the story goes sideways of friend pays tribute to a legendary Toronto piano player after he died and was accidents buried under another man's name deconstruction deal. The Lowe's corporation announces its closing dozens of its North American stores including more than thirty in Canada. And mass transit scientists considered ditching the hunk of metal they've been using as their. Standard kilogram for a handsome new measure based on one of the universe's unchangeable laws as it happens. The Monday edition radio that always takes the measure of the weightiest issues. On Friday night. David Frum debate. Steve Bannon in Toronto at the Munk debates for weeks before they took to the stage. Another debate raged, whether Mr. Bannon should be given a platform, you're at all some of those who thought he should not be allowed to take part protested loudly outside the venue. But the show did indeed go on. And here's a bit of what Mr. Bannon had to say Donald Trump is transformative president in a historic figure. He's going to be in your lives. Ten twenty thirty years from now. And at the end of the evening, Mr. Bannon was crowned the winner. However, a few hours later, the debate organizers made a correction there had been a mistake in the electric tally the debate had in fact, changed no one's mind. David Frum is the author of from awkwardly the corruption of the American Republic. He joined us in our Toronto studio David now that the debate is over do you have any regrets? Oh, I have I have no regrets. I'm delighted to have done it. I think I said what I wanted to say. And I think it had the main affect that. I wanted to have which is to give people on the eve of the American midterm give those who see what's happening encouragement and hope, but I think the way the evening ended. It leaves me with the concern because it's an example of how fake news in the real sense of the term is created just speaking of what happened which was that they were doing often doing debates. There is a vote before the debate begins to see where it side you're on. And after the debate ask you again and receive anybody has changed their thinking, they messed it up at the monk debate people. So they took a boat at the beginning. And it was seventy two twenty eight favor view, well favourite the idea and then so that's not me because that's just where you start. Then they asked a second vote on the question. Are you open to changing your mind? The majority of the people appropriately. They were. And then that that second number then became the final result. Just by putting same slide up twice. I think at that point, then the counting technology broke. We never know what the the final result was. So if you speak a lot, and I speak a lot more than should maybe we need a platform. You know, what's happening in the room? It's like a sense as real aside or sounds feeling reading room you felt doing Hugh to plaza. And you can't even here is the laughter. Getting louder is the applause getting louder as the response to my interlocutors becoming more skeptical and all of those things were happening is the emotional intensity of the room rising fading as a speaker. You just you know this. But this is false data point was created. And you cannot call it back. But isn't doesn't that show you the danger of having done the debate? Because you're you went in there with good intentions, you thought you could actually influence people or influenced discussion, but this fluke this technical fluke. Men means that people believe that Mr Ben. And one and that stays that. That's going to remain there. Always I took the question. Should you? Do it quite seriously. I worried about it. I didn't need any member. Parliament to make me think about this question. I thought about it my own back in September. And when we began to think about it the schedules to do the Friday before the Tuesday and a vote that I knew it'd be emotionally intense. And I think for those who are anxious about the United States people who wanna live in a certain kind of world. It's been a losing struggle since the great recession since Viktor Orban's came to power and hungry twenty ten you can Mark it when you want and when you feel like you're in retreat. What you need is courage, you need hope, and that was the point of this thing was you know, to bring very important person. Don't debate marginal things, you don't debate resolved husband should beat their wives or result of all the races the white races best. But when you have central questions of your time, even if they're kinda dark, I think it's important to take them on not as you're going to change the mind of the person you're arguing with but to inspire those you're arguing in front of but you gave him. Platform because Steve Bannon was able to even though he was met with derision. The laughter was quite obvious. That people were rejecting his ideas. This is a man who as head of Breitbart published odious things anti semitic things racist things awful, horrible things and continues to hold those views. And yeah, here he was being seen quite legitimate discussing things on in front of a well heeled crowd in Toronto with you. Well, give the platform part is the part. I do not worry about helped present the United States. He's central mastermind of the National Front in France important advisor, the current government of Italy giving advice the current president Brazil, the idea that you somehow take anything away from him by saying well, but ROY Thompson hall. No. There you go to that. I don't because he's important as I said, I don't think you debate marginal things, and when any base why why are we doing this? What's the goal here by not having Steve Bannon, you would not? Make him one whit less important than is. He's an important person. He's in storage personage for for ill. And he's going to go on being that for a while to come. And I have a private hypothesis that if Donald Trump does badly people do badly Bannon, maybe back bigger than ever. So you're not making him go away with did you accomplish what you said out to do? I feel I did accomplish what I said up to do with an ambiguous sting in the tail because of the glitch. So what I think is anyone who actually watches the video will feel more courage, but the creation of the fake news. That's the sting in the tail and it left me thinking, but the power of reason unreason in politics, one of the things in in the broadest sense of the word liberal. It's it's based on an optimistic view of the power of of human reason, and reactionary politics is based on a pessimistic view the power of human recent, and we'll have a little test. But who's right on that one people who thought you after the debate said that you very emotional. In fact, he recruiting why was that he wouldn't use. No. No, no. I wasn't even that emotional because I knew something had happened. I didn't know what. And I had a number of I was racing through a number of theories in my head. But what would have happened, including the one that proved to be true? I visit never occurred to me for a moment that this was a true result. I mean, I did worry about I had I li- let people down done something to offend the audience because one of the things I knew from the rooms I knew that van had not moved anybody in his direction. But what is poss- was? I might have inadvertently set done something that offended some part of the audience, and in that case, it would have been very personal to me. So I worried about that to the danger of what you did. But there many things that move me. And I do worry a lot. I'm personal takes responsibilities very seriously. And if I have not met my responsibilities failed. And so I take that hard. But I don't have that kind of emotional. Reaction to that kind of a failure. I would be angry myself. I didn't ask you about the power of language because you and Steve Bannon are both wordsmiths you have an ability. You know, the power of rhetoric the power of language, you gave George W Bush the language to helped himself a war and Steve Bannon had gave Donald Trump the language to sell populism. What's the difference between the two of you? Well, one of the reasons that we are on same stay. She others. We have some points in common before there was Trump. I was saying back in two thousand and nine that the politics the Republican party had had gone wrong that you needed to pay more attention to middle class concerns more attention to health care, and and the immigration. She was going to tear apart democratic polities unless people felt that their board is runner control. I think the most fundamental divide is when you see these things how do you respond respond with ethical responsibility. Or do you respond with an ethic of exploitation is quickly? What do you think will happen tomorrow? I'll tell you what I worry about. I worry that the Democrats get millions more votes and don't get the seats, and that's really a very imaginable result. And it's never been true that the most votes always wins in the United States. It's always theoretically possible, but it's becoming more more practically true that the people who have power represent a minority not only the population, but even of the electorate, and it's happening time after time after time, and then you can hear people rationalizing this by coming up with explanations that are increasingly explicitly anti-democratic. Well, that's not how the system should work has to work that way in every other democratic country legitimacy comes from majorities in the United States. That's a question, Mark. And I worry about that outcome. Awad leave it there. David frum. Thank you very much. Thank you. David. Frum is the senior editor at the Atlantic. And a former advisor to President George W Bush. We spoke to him about the Munk debates while he was here in our Tronto studio to record another interview one about. His mum former as it happens host Barbara from you can listen for that on our fiftieth anniversary special that is November sixteenth. The race to be governor of Georgia is one of the tightest in the midterms in the United States, and it is one of the most controversial now in the final hours of that race. Another firestorm has erupted over the integrity of the voting system on the weekend. Brian Kemp who is running for the Republicans launched an investigation into alleged hacking of the voter registration system by the state's Democrats. And Mr. Kemp is also Georgia's secretary of state who oversees elections, the Democrats are crying foul, and so are some voting rights attorneys. David d cross is a lawyer suing the state of Georgia over its election. Rules, we reach Mr. cross in Washington. Mr. cross what exactly is Brian Kemp's office accusing the Democrats of doing. Well, unfortunately, it's unclear exactly what he's accusing them of. Because he's not provided any details or any evidence of any kind of hacking by anyone the Democratic Party or otherwise, the statements that he's put out over the last couple of days have evolved and shifted in inconsistent ways. But it looks down to a claim that information he received from his lawyers suggested to him that there was some sort of hacking by the Democratic Party. Of course, I know that to be untrue because I'm the one who provided information to his council a Saturday afternoon. Okay. This is this going to that where do the allegations come from? Then the allegations came from a Georgia voter who was on the my voter page. Yeah. And I did a fighter potential -bility that would allow anyone to access registration information for any voter potentially. Even alter that information into we conveyed that to the FBI and to Kim's office on Saturday. So you. You were the ones that you forward to this Email, and I send it to to the FBI. They looked at it for cyber security issues. Then they forward it to Mr. Kemp's office. Yes, that's correct. And also alerted DHS. And what did Mr. can't do with the information forwarded? I don't know what he's done with that. They have not responded to us further at all indicate that there's any ongoing investigation. I know as disaster noon, they still have not contacted, Mr. right? Who is Richard Reid is the guy who identified this Boehner ability to us divided. His contact information to Kim's office on Saturday. No one is contacted him. So so far, there's no indication that any investigation has Kurd understanding that these charges have hacking that he is saying that the Democrats were attempted some packing that the the source of this comes from an Email that you forward it to them about alerting about a possible data-breach. Yeah. I mean, that's what they're saying. But it's hard to draw a line between the dots. Kemp wants to draw because again, give formation we conveyed to the FBI Kim's office had nothing to do with the Democratic Party. We didn't talk to Democratic Party. We weren't involved with the Democratic Party. Neither as Mr. right, not affiliated with them at all. And so for him to say that he obtained information from his lawyers that supported investigation into hacking by the Democratic Party. Just just doesn't jive with the facts is he possibly referring to something else that you've not seen is that possible. I can't speak to what as referring to. Because he won't tell anyone the only thing that I'm aware of is Mr. right did contact the Democratic Party on Saturday morning as well as another avenue to get his concerns to the proper authorities and released from the emails that I've seen that were released by the Democratic Party. They did nothing more than pass along. They simply forwarded the information for Mr. right on to you folks -ffiliated with the secretary of state's office, including secretary Kemp's cybersecurity expert when he Lee who is a professor that serves on the safe commission, specifically for election security purposes. Okay. All of this is coming out. Just well, he it came out just few days before tomorrow, which is the election. So what effect is it having on the race for the democratic opponent is race? Stacey abrams. You know, I can't speak to what the impact is on Stacey Abrams. My hope is that it has no impact on Stacey rooms because again, neither she nor her campaigns to my knowledge has been involved in this at all, you know, I'm the one who brought the tension via Dory's did extend has any impact on the election. The only thing I would say it's just further evidence. Brian Kemp is not someone who can be trusted to be straight with Georgia voters. And at least all indications are these taking advantage of his current position of secretary of state to launch a political attack on his rival, and regardless of party affiliation. That doesn't strike me as appropriate. This is a bit confusing from a Canadian point of view, you have you have Brian. Kemp is secretary of state for Georgia. He's the one in charge of the the vote the of the election, and he's running in the election that he is in charge of monitoring. So how does that work? Well, it's not supposed to work that way. And there are a lot of folks who've asked him resigned from his position as secretary of state it obviously creates a conflict, and you're seeing it come to head right now where is taking the power that he has a secretary of state so launch what looks to be a frivolous investigation into his rivals party. And this is why it's not supposed to work this way. But no one can force him to resign. And do the right thing is the there's already charges of voter suppression in Georgia that people are saying that there are evidence at fifty three thousand voter registration applications were suspended because of a mismatch on their names. And that's represents seventy percent of those people were African Americans is also under Mr. camp's office that that decision. That doesn't have a secretary Kim's office. Yes. And so there have been multiple decisions in the last in the span of a few weeks. Trying to bring a halt efforts by his office that seem intended to suppress better turn out particularly aimed at people with color was those that like other he thinks are not going to support his candidacy for governor close is the race between Mr. Kemp and his Abrahams. The way is pulled out pretty much a dead heat. So it's anyone's race at this point. And again, my hope is that the acusations that have come out from secretary camp over the weekend, assuming they are untrue as they look to be certainly hope that doesn't unfairly influence the election in either direction. We'll be watching this cross. Thank you. Thank you. David cross is a lawyer suing the state of Georgia over its voting rules. We reached him in Washington DC. There were missing persons posters posted all over Tronto last summer. They read we are looking for Scott Kushner, and we need your help. Mr. Kushner was eight years old. He was known as professor piano and had had a long career in music playing with people like Aerosmith and Ronnie Hawkins. And then in August, mR Kushner vanished for weeks. Those closest to him wondered what had happened in October. There was a lead seeing that mR Kushner body had been found, but miss identified and then buried under another man's name. Now, the coroner has confirmed that it wasn't a case of post mortem mis identification. Andrea read was a friend of Mr. Kushner, he's we reached MS Reid in Toronto. And first of all, I'm sorry for the loss of your friend. Thank you. You went to Scott's apartment in late. August you found his wallet? But not him. So. What did you think it happened? That point. I'm moves really anyone's guess, you know, he was a very independent, man. And he certainly has a lot of friends all over the place, and my hope that I was that maybe he had gone on a trip to visit someone, but I did go back to department with police, and there was nothing missing as if he'd gone anywhere. So that wasn't a good indication that he was okay. You have since learned what happened is got the day that he disappeared. Can you tell us that story? So basically on August, the eight he was walking up on the Danforth. And it sounds like he just had a fall. But as good fortune would actually have it in this one of the few moments of it in the story. An ambulance happened actually driving by when that happened and paramedics tended to right away. But it sounds like to fall was bad enough that it was something that he never recovered from. So he he went to hospital. He was being treated didn't survive that. But did anyone know that did you or your friends know that that had happened? So that's the way the story goes sideways, we didn't know any of that. And it was weeks leaks of searching for him before we found out that he had been injured on the eight. And yeah, I mean, what happened was in other family was missing their loved one who apparently looked somewhat like Scott and the police in funding there was John Doe immediately. Brought in this family and they did identify him as their loved one. And they have been buried him sedate this week we make this clear. This other family went to see your friends, Scott. He was in hospital hit died, and they said, yes, this this is our loved one, and they claimed his body and had a funeral and buried that is correct. Yes, I do understand to some degree because when you're in motion state, and you are going to the hospital, and this person doesn't quite look like themselves because of the injuries and things like that. And I think just pure emotion of the police said, we think we found your father your brother, young-chol, whoever. And that's what you think you're going to identify. I think the mind can play tricks on you. And obviously, they must have something like, but yeah, how did you learn how did who came to tell you and the others. That's it's Scott had been buried as another person by 'nother family. Our lead detective called me and and Scott's family, but what was it? What was it that to the policemen? Believe that they had. Because that man came back alive demand that they family they buried who. They thought was their loved one. And the man that they thought they had buried actually was alive and came home came home walked in the front door, and I can only magin what that family experienced. And then they needless to say realized that they buried the wrong man and contacted the police, and then the police put two together and figured out that this may have been your friend, Scott. I mean, I already knew what's got keys look like, and that was one of the only things that was found with him. And he we knew he was missing are speculation was that he was missing from the seventh and he had fallen on the eighth. So it was a pretty logical conclusion the police, but two and two together. How are you in his in Scott's family, how you dealing with this information? This has been such an emotional roller coaster, and so much of it was honestly as thinking that we were never going to know what happened to him. And I just hope that whatever happened to him did happen quickly. And so to go one day thinking all those thoughts to the next day knowing not only that he did have a quick passing. That was painless. But that an ambulance was right there and that he was looked after right away. And as unfortunate as he circumstances were and and just bizarre that he was misidentified to know that the whole time that we were, you know, looking for him and worrying about him that he was actually he'd been well cared for and the safely buried somewhere was an odd comfort to say beliefs, but but a comfort on the west this about him. This is his nickname was professor piano. He was very gifted musician, and he was le- legally blind and people loved his news. I loved him. He was people seem to think that he had a pretty amazing life is that is that your feeling Scott was a brilliant musician, and he has fans all of the Globes, and he had an amazing career from the fifties on and and just as a person you can find a person a better person. Really? He had a great sense of humor. He told incredible stories, and he knew so much about music in general. I mean, I think that's partly for sure where he got the nickname professor, piano. What do you think he would make of this strange circumstance? I mean, he would have been heartbroken that all of us new him in Lupton were so upset and were searching for him frantically at the flip side. I do think he might have had a laugh at all this. He's certainly would have made some ridiculous pun Andrea. And again, I'm sorry. But I really appreciate you telling us the story and happy to share Scott story. This is a bizarre twist in it. But if it gets a few more people may be getting chance to hear his music than than I'm glad for it. We'll make sure thank you. All right. How could they? In reread was a friend of musician, Scott Kushner, who died in August, we reached misery in Toronto. We have more on the story owner website, CBC dot CA slash h. The president of Iran Hassan role Honey has called it economic war. The Trump administration implemented sweeping new US. Sanctions at target major aspects of Iran's economy, the measures that were lifted in two thousand fifteen under the Iran nuclear deal have as of today been reimposed the sanctions restrict the ability for Iran's banks shipping industry exports in airline industry to do business with the rest of the world. Chakib is thirty two year old who lives and works in Tehran. We have agreed to withhold her last name out of fears for her safety. Chakib? What is the mood around you as these new sanctions come into effect? People are very very. What has happened from the beginning of this year? I think crazy placing in Radi fast, grabbing the situation company unstable and it affected. I think everyone, and we are really worried that it might get in worse can have his difficulties providing necesary things for everyday life from soon to medication to transfer tasting to our employment, just take it's everywhere. And I think not only the shadow of any kind of war scares people. But it was so what is carry people? The most is the quality of their everyday life. So when you say that people have been feeling this pressure since earlier this year, you're going to Donald Trump when he cancelled the nuclear agreement with Iran, so things. Have already been on the slide then since the nuclear deal was cancelled. Right. I think he's started to kind of conditioning from one tree months period another trae month period and putting other companies other countries under pressure not to work with Iran, and then affected the currencies here the currency type at least became tree cold in less than one year. So everything kind of unstable and on dynanmic says flow of economy has income platelets top the Donald Trump says that the sanctions are designed to target the Iranian regime, and not the people do you think that that is possibly that will have the effect think that's very ridicule because everybody can see vividly key pool are being affected. The most. And part of their raising. I really needs to be mortified is revolutionary guard yet and the last time ever under heavy sanctions, they grow because they can break the whatever sanctions or or even more money out of tanks. So it's not at all going to affect dent. It definitely is affecting people and Millie that is affecting the middle class. Everyone and go class of your own are part of the society, Dr Hussain democracy values into this country at are trying to run some changes to develop some new values to what's being weakened. It's the most free cake elbow society. What about the series that somehow if that middle class who wants reform who a modern middle class if they are suffering enough under the sanctions, they will perhaps rise. Up that that regime change might be possible. This is one of the theories bandied about in Washington. Do you think that that's possible? I think in my thinking for Washington, it definitely volts be good for all. Because let's say that people will go under lots of pressure dot they all have anything to moon. So they've kind of create a chaos and out of that chaos. Something though, vanish Tom thing. Also, come up. This is not the democratic hats, in my opinion to say, this is like a teary data that is lit Russ fake people to the extent that they kind of explode and out of chaos. I don't believe that something good might come up. There are those who say that the people who benefit from the sanctions are those in the regime who are part of the black market who part of the oil profits. They include the revolu. Guard that there are elements who benefit from these sanctions and loan fact, welcome them because it helps them to get rich. It is that on people's minds. Yeah. I think there are some part of the people in power whatever kind of covered that is toward going to take huge financial benefits from sanctions happened before. It's not the first time. So we had lots of people who have were dealers in oil industry kind of washing money. They get rich meal clock for working poor. And that as the aspects of these time shit, you said at the beginning that overtop of all of these things that you're going through this despair people are in because of the sanctions, and what's happening to their Konomi on top of everything else is the shadow of war. Is that something that that you feel that your? Aware of the possibility war. The last thing that comes to your mind when it comes to United States of America, it can say traced into in Iraq that is our neighbor Syria enough ghanistan surrounded by their troops. They have a huge war industry. They so lots of that Pasto war is United States business. So why not attack Iran? So I know that it's might have moved of cost for distaste do something like that. And I don't think that Americans weighty supporting their war at this time. But I think they kind of doubts are not leave pine like, I think they're they have some rotating reality. There was we recall a lot of joy, a lot of optimism in Iran. When that nuclear deal was signed with President Obama. What's the overwhelming mood? Now, people are really worried and. My generation the young people suffered h years dealing with that money jaws. And then like we had ever big inning to recover. We were beginning to build up in new perspective for ourselves. And then the business started Laurie sharing, and then suddenly they just kind of managed, and then it ties it cannot predict you cannot have any kind of plan on this tape. Beller say makes people really over here. You're ready for anything because you don't know watching need to be ready for Shuki. It certainly sounds overwhelming. I appreciate you explaining this to us. It's very clear from hearing you from your point of view and thank you for speaking with us tonight. Thank you for listening to make my pleasure. Thanks good night. I shall keep is a resident of Tehran, Iran. And that is where we reached her. It is another blow to workers in Canada's retail industry. Lows announced today that it is closing thirty-one of its home improvement outlets across the country. The vast majority of them are Rona stores in two thousand sixteen Lowe's acquired the Quebec-based Rona chained for just over three billion dollars and says it is closing stores because of underperformance Brandon up shawl and Devon hawk O R Rona employees in Saint John's Newfoundland the city is losing all three of its stores. They were giving the news late last night in a meeting. Here's Mr. Hawke. Oh, pretty much. We went in there. It was last minute meeting. Rushton? They're supposed come into more for an inspection. They rushed it today and pretty much told everybody last minute, they're always in their jobs. On January twenty seventh everybody. That's when the work period is open. Then they said, they're closing the O'Leary avenue location location for other ones. I mean, I'm been here forever. But a lot of people been here for years like most their lies and two for meeting rush like that. And then just dropped the bomb on them and to be closing the twenty second. Of January, and that's not right. Yeah. It's only way it's really messed up for people who literally survive on this job. They don't have any anytime. Personally. I'm kind of upset lose jobs over the like it here. I'll start looking. That's all you can do the way she goes Jesus day should of it. Jesus day should of it. More notice. Yeah, it was really really sly. And it was kind of kind of a low blow. Kick a man when he's down kind of thing. Like did. That was like all I knew was we're having a meeting today. I just expected is better safety thing or something didn't expect those going to have fun job. Definitely a lot of tears shed. Devon hawk. Oh and Brennan up Upshaw. They are Rona employees in Saint John's. They would hold last night late last night that they are losing their jobs Ronas parent company. Lows closing thirty one stores across Canada by the end of January. Bev lundahl had looked through her father's World War Two photos countless times before but on remembrance day of two thousand four she spotted something she hadn't noticed before on the mast of his ship HMCS Cornell there still Thunderbird. It was a wooden carving. It looked authentic had colorful outstretched wings and was more than a meter tall. But when she asked her dad where the totem came from. He could not say that question launched MS lundahl on a search to find out where The Thunderbird came from what its history was and what happened to it after the war. She published a book called The Thunderbird the Cornell and the sea we reached of Bev lundahl in Regina, Dev. What was it about this Thunderbird standing alongside your father and all his shipmates? What made you start to investigate that? Well, when the first time I saw pictures is years ago when I didn't really notice it I was focusing on the crew. And when I saw it I realized that it wasn't unusual thing to be on a ship. And I thought where did it come from? You know, that it just kind of jumped out at me this is back in two thousand and four when I was with my dad looking. Added war pictures, you you asked you father what this was doing on the on H M C S Quinnell. What did you father say about how this totem ended up there? He just said he'd eat didn't know he just said, well, we always had it there. And and we had it up in the math. We we never sailed without it. And he told me he worked in the engine room. You know, so he wasn't up on on deck, very often. But he he said when they were in port does under verb is taken down over the mast and cleaned up. And maybe touched up keep it in good shape. And that was you know, the opera DHEC people that would have done that he said we actually reported on the search for this Thunderbird back in two thousand seven we spoke with another sailor who had been on that ship. What a divest tell you. When you track them down. Well, they shared their stories. They told me a lot of things like I started corresponding with one of them back in two thousand four two thousand five in another one by Email somebody telephone and they just told me lots of stories about things that happened while they were at seed or in the war, and I just enjoy listening to them. And and airing of what it was like for them. And did any of the people you spoke with any of the vet see spoke with did they know where this came from how they came to have an board. Two of them. Did it was taken from a cemetery at alert bay. It was a grave marker. But I didn't know what I that. It was a grave marker. I knew it came from bay from the veterans told me that a couple of new came from because they were serving on the west coast before the ship went like it went through the Panama in nineteen forty two and went all the way to Halifax to be used in about a little bit Landik, but the ship was built in Victoria. And where it was when the funderburk mistake, and it was on the west coast whose gray was marking in bay. Well, there was a man by the name of Michael dot, and it was his grave. He was a young man. He died in the nineteen twenties. You know, he was twenty three years old was the indigenous. Yes, he was and you I think met with family members of Michael. Last year. I went to Vancouver on and to various locations where I at different relatives of Michael dots. What did they tell you about the Sunday boot in that marker? Well, basically, they told me that he'd had to rookie Loza. That's what he died from one of them share is death certificate with me grad Picard of it that and he was a fisherman. And I said on the dasher TV good. He was a young guy, but the other side of the death certificate hadn't been photographed. So I had to lie on knowledge of one of his nieces, you know, that said he had TB and that her mom and her aunt looked after him before he died. Did they know what had happened to the niece know would happen to the bird? Yeah. They do. It was missing. And one of the people that I met with the first time I went to bay was Antea Sanborn she she has since passed away. But she was executive director at the mystical Santer. There. She said that. Yeah. I didn't know what the bird was I the one on the ship because the Wayne's have been changed. The crew had made new wings 'cause the wings were broken on this old grave marker. And then she asked around in the community. She came up with a picture of a grave Margaret that have been taken in the nineteen forties. Now how owned out who's it was who do you understand still this Thunderbird grave marker? It wasn't anyone individual this ship actually pulled into alert bay in a storm. It wasn't unscheduled stop and the crew some of the crew went on land for a few hours. And then when they came back they brought this Thunderbird onto the ship. And they put it in the tiller flats they hit a way for the time being until they, you know, repaired it put it up in the mass later on was it to be some kind of a mascot. Yeah. It was your mascot when you spoke with the. End the other sailors on this ship. How did they feel about that the ones who knew that had been stolen from a grave? What were their feelings about it now? Well, they want it returned. I mean, they at the time when they took it. I mean, it was in the middle of the war nineteen forty two which was a very bad year for the war. Of course, all the years. We're not good. But years later, you know, realizing that it was a grave marker. And and they wanted it returned you know, they they've tried to find it ever since and returned to the people there, and where is it? Now, we don't know where it is. When I first started looking into this story. The question was where is this Sonderbergh like what happened to it? That's what I was trying to find out and the bedrooms didn't know they didn't remember. And so they have spent all these years as well trying to find it and so far we've had no luck disappeared. Do you think publishing? The book will help you find it. Well, it might is hard to say. But of course, I didn't start out with this story to write a book. You know, I it would just a curiosity that wondering what you know, where it had disappeared too. And then I made friends with these with these Banderas, and we corresponded and talk in the phone for many years, and I loved hearing their stories, and then I heard the stories from the people at bay as well last year for their perspective and heard their stories, and it just seemed like to me this business of sharing. Our story is rather important, especially today in the air of truth and reconciliation, you know, when we start to talk to each other and tell each other stories than we get to know each other better. And I think it's a very positive thing. I hope that this your story and telling it in the book will lead to recovery of that towed him for. It's a long time ago. So I mean, we don't who knows what happened to it. Thanks to telling the story. Thank you. Bye, right. They've Lendl's book is called The Thunderbird the Cornell and the see it is in bookstores this week, we reach MS Lindahl in Regina. The kilogram. It's about to hit the scales. 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High Stakes Races, Big-Names Campaigning; President Trump, Former President Obama Campaign In Tight Races Across The Country; Independent Voters Crucial For Both Parties As Voting Near

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High Stakes Races, Big-Names Campaigning; President Trump, Former President Obama Campaign In Tight Races Across The Country; Independent Voters Crucial For Both Parties As Voting Near

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So he and President Obama today the biggest names of their respective parties or out on the trail each and places where the big political brains believe they will have the most impact women voters know, the stakes dissatisfaction with the president is driving some to the polls, especially in suburban districts young people fair to be turning out in early voting. They to know the stakes so Trump supporters opened his midterms. We'll help lock in their twenty sixteen victory as for so-called never-trumpers. They seem energized. In fact, you'd be hard pressed to find any segment of the country for whom Tuesday's vote won't matter to southern states, Florida and Georgia could elect African American governors and in both states race and racially offensive language has factored into these last few days. Also Georgia in the governor's race stunning. Last minute. Liv. Move by the Republican candidate who also happens to be overseeing the elections. He's both a player and the referee. What he did in his official capacity has touched off a storm, certainly among Democrats. We have correspondents across the map tonight along with the best team of election watchers and analysts around a lot of big brains around the table, we begin tonight and Tennessee or prisoner Trump flew in today for to for Republicans more Sanchez joins us from Chattanooga. So the president really pulling out all the stops in these final days before the mid. There's no question. Anderson. It will last few weeks. President Trump crisscrossing declined as you all know, he's done six campaign rallies since Friday alone. And he's got three more plant for tomorrow. You're in Chattanooga. He's me to campaign presentative, Marsha Blackburn. She's trying to capitalize on the president's popularity here in tier state his approval rating is over over fifty percent for quite some time. She is trying to replace Senator. Bob corker retiring, she's cast herself as being to the right of Bob corker and she's trying to catch her opponent. Former governor Phil Renison as big a liberal often comparing him to Donald Trump's campaign opponent in two thousand sixteen to Hillary Clinton. Brenton meantime is trying to cast himself as a moderate someone who's willing to work with President Trump on a number of key issues infect his head when he seen shooting a firearm talking about his support for the second amendment. He also supported the confirmation of Justice Brett cabinet onto the supreme court amid sexual assault allegations. It'll be interesting to see exactly how the president goes. After a Brennan. Year. We should both of them are in a dead heat right now would Marsha Blackburn. Maintaining swollen vantage, though Anderson it is well within the margin of error or something the president has a lot of very positive developments. Obviously he can run on a good news on the economy, certainly low in record low unemployment is his nominees for for this cream cord both both passing, but he's also focusing in these final days really on on border security and the character. And there's no question he's going to continue focusing on that two points on that Anderson. The president believes that that message works. It's the same one that he used when he descended on that escalator back in twenty fifteen in called a Mexican rapist. So it's no question that the president is keen to use it again. He actually joked about exactly what you're talking about at a rally last night in Pensacola, Florida that I attended dismissing criticism on television that he's too focused on immigration and not focused enough on a booming economy. Second point Representative, Marsha Blackburn who were just discussing. She's got a hard line stance on immigration. So there's a good chance. The president is going to talk about the caravan here tonight continuing to portray these immigrants as invaders even if it could be a dishonest deceiving and dangerous Anderson for Sanchez reporting from the the the rally. Thanks, very much, a President Obama campaign for Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly earlier today, he is in Chicago tonight. So is our Ryan young. So Ryan, the former president just finished speaking a talk about what? He focused on. Well, absolutely contrast in styles. It looked like President Obama came out ready for a fight his voice sounded horse. Anderson. It sounded like the campaign trail is starting to take its toll on the former president's voice when he said he was coming here to make sure that people understood how important the getting out to vote was. But there was a concert here before we hit stays the lasted some forty five minutes. It had the crowd sort of lather up before he got here. J Chris crisco who's running for governor in the state the comfortable lead over his opponent. The incumbent rounder barely spoke on space ten minutes. But when President Obama got up there, and he talked about definitely the idea that this boat was doing a matter a great awakening is happening in America. He went on to say that he feels that people are starting to get more motivated to get out the vote, and he said he'd never thought into million years that people would be running on healthcare. And the fact that it's been changing that the focus was on Mickey show people with preexisting conditions had a chance to get the healthcare. They needed. He talked about that people start booing when he talked about Republicans, the former presidents stopped. And said don't do vote. So he made his conversation with this very different. In fact, he said there was a lot of hype men in the crowd and people were interacting with the president seemed like a sort of energize him to keep going a little longer than I think some people expected at the end of it even stayed around to kind of high five people in the crowd and that of allowed them up as well. So you can understand the pool especially in Chicago one thing he did go back to is that after he was elected a lot of people thought that was going to be the big change. He says it may not happen overnight. You may vote today and something may not happen. But what could happen as healthcare safe? You may save a life. Someone gets job training programs, and that might help them move forward. So people believe just like an big basketball gang. They brought in the the closer. They thought for the credit card into this area to make sure that people put out the last bit effort to go out and vote Anderson. I mean, it is extraordinarily here. A former president who was just the president out on the campaign. Trail. That's usually former presidents don't really do that particularly in amid term, and particularly using the the kind of energy and focus and some of the things that President Obama has been speaking about it was a busy day for him to rallies do Democrats. I mean, clearly they believe he is the person who can get their candidates over the top. Or at least the best chance they have. Absolutely something actually stood out to me. And I kind of wrote this down surprised is that he was talking about. How Republicans we're talking about Hillary's emails, and he went after President Trump for his cellphone infected the Chinese are listening. He was not holding back. The crowd was energized. By the fact, that the president was engaging with them kind of going back and forth. And he laid it out. He says we need talking about the tax cuts, and how the people who are wealthy or getting more money. He was really focusing on the idea of not making sure that not only people here go out and vote, but a broader spectrum, especially when you think about what's going on in the neighboring state of Indiana. And that how close that Senate race is energize Obama, people hope Lisa more people going out and vote, and maybe not the apathy that we've seen sometimes from people in terms of the last few days, Ryan young, thanks very much. We're going to be playing you a bids from a former President Obama and from President Trump, obviously over the next two hours of our coverage tonight. This is one of those nights when someone inevitably looks at the number of guests and the size of the set and says you're gonna need a bigger boat. Joining us tonight is David chalian. Emily henderson. David Axelrod, glory boards are also van Jones. Jennifer Granholm, Rick Santorum in David urban how much impact do you think? President Trump former President Obama can have in these final days at this point. It's about motivation getting out your basement blizzak not persuasion, so they're not exactly traveling to places where they're not popular. And you know, you don't see Donald Trump in New Jersey, for example, suburban New Jersey, even Bedminster, whereas golf courses because there's a possibility that congressman could lose a seat, they're Republican and you're not going to see Barack Obama in Montana. So at this point, I believe that they're not going to persuade anybody. But it does remind people I think about the stakes of the election because you had these two presidents dueling each other tonight. Obama said, you know, no, one was indicted in my administration and reminding people about pre existing conditions and makes the case very well. For democrats. And you, you know, you have Trump out there doing what Donald Trump does which is talk about immigration, caravan, etc. So they're not convincing anybody. But it will motivate people who've did how much for President Obama's this about his legacy your, which is just personal. I mean, well, I don't I don't think that it's personal. I think that you know, this has been a big step for him. Because he he's he's been trying to search for the way to be a former president in the Trump era. And I think he's decided that this particular election is deeply important. I think he, you know, I don't think it's I think it's less about a legacy more about deep concern about the direction of the country. There's no doubt that anybody with any sense would know that the things that the president has done to dismantle some of the things that President Obama worked hard on our sim to him. But I honestly people have been urging him to come out for months and months and months, and I think he finally felt like. He had an obligation to speak out. Then you wanna play the this other glory was just referencing a prisoner. I'm talking about nobody in his administration. Having Davidson Swanson. So now they've had two years of total control and wash whatever they done with that. No, no, no. It's not true. They haven't done nothing. They've done something they promised. They were going to take on corruption awash. Instead they've racked up enough indictments to feel the football team. Nobody in my frustration got indicted. Which by the way is not that high bar. I was actually going to say. But I mean, it is just bear repeating just how unusual it is to see a re-, you know, former president the last president out on the campaign trail so aggressively like in some ways, it's interesting to even see Barack Obama out in the campaign on the campaign trail in a midterm year. Right. He wasn't that president in two thousand ten he wasn't that president in two thousand fourteen certainly not in red states like Indiana. I was actually surprised to see him in Indiana in this red thing. Sure, there's Gary there's an African American community there. And that's where he was. But it's still a red state. So to see him out. There was texting with some Democrats about it. And they essentially say it's very close of a like the contrast that Obama has you know, with Trump, obviously, a his vision for America, very different. He pointed out there this whole contrast between what happened in his administration, and what has happened in Trump's administration. So yeah, I mean at this point for for months. It was the sense that Obama they didn't want. Obama out there because he provided more heat than light. And at this point. I think he does provide some light in some clarity in terms of this contract. And in terms of talking about very specific issues like healthcare, David or do you think Republicans like seeing preserve I'm out there because it down? I'd like to see Bill Clinton Hillary Clinton. Now. You're over the Kennedy family, right? Let's roll out. Let's roll out. Look, I I was I was there before the election and Philadelphia with Barack Obama on the stage that make much of a difference. I think Indiana, look, the good news is the Democrats feel need the role. Not in these very close states shows, you how incredibly close it is hope he gave Joe Donnelly a chance to clean up. His remarks is very insensitive remarks about African Americans their earlier in the day. But say, you know, but, but, but you know, I think it's good good news for Republicans that it's this close at a lot of these a lot of these Senate races them these. Well, I love seeing Obama in love seeing that loose. But I think we don't talk enough about the fact that on the ground you have people doing extrordinary work. There's a there's a group of it has knocked on a one million doors center for community change a million doors in Florida of the national domestic workers. Science has housekeepers knocking on doors in Georgia being people who are fighting for their lives out there. But we always you love to see the big folks come in. But you can't underestimate and you've got a grassroots movement. Now, people have knocked the skin off their knuckles on those doors, and that is going to be we get across the finish line. It will be in part because the Oprah's and the Obamas, but largely because of unknown unnamed people who are out there killing themselves users Senator centrum, I saw Ralph Reed quoted I think it was in the New York Times saying that he thinks Democrats are going to be surprised in some house races in particular with evangelical turn out, and that sort of the secret of this. I mean to van's point do you see that same kind of mobilization of on among Republicans? I mean, I've been talking to several campaigns here in the last twenty four hours, and they're telling me that the energy is very high. They also have people out knocking on doors, and and and working very very hard. I think the report the the early reports. Correct everybody is pretty amped up. I mean, the president gets people. On both sides amped up. I'm not sure that Barack Obama really makes that much of a difference at this point in time. And and you know, me he doesn't mean to me. I love I love, you know, in the past. It really hasn't worked. I mean, he he really hasn't been very effective in getting people who are supportive for him get out and vote when he's not on the ballot. And and maybe that's different now. Maybe Trump's the factor. But I want to say about the indictment thing, I will tell you from a lot of Republicans. You hear that say, yeah. But there's hurt should of people that should have been indicted like Hillary Clinton like Lois Lerner to like a whole bunch of other people. So he brings that up. But he think that's that's a that's a cell line. So a lot of conservatives like heck there should have been, you know, Anderson for the almost the whole campaign people on the on the right in particular have been saying the Democrats have no message. The democratic message has been a bottom up message. Right. It's been a grassroots bottom up to Vance point the messaging on the ground has been things like in Michigan fix the damn roads. That kind of thing what Obama does in coming in at the end is to. To put it all together. And especially in contrast with Donald Trump like causing our hearts to soar to remind us that we are United as people when he says, it doesn't matter how you worship for what you look like you were all part of the fabric of this great country. It's such a fierce contrast with Donald Trump that that's what I think the value is his presence at the end of the what Obama does this make the policy argument though, very well. I mean, not on and on on Friday. He talked about hope and change a little bit which was fun to hear. But I think what he does do is remind people about the Affordable Care Act, and how many times it was the Republicans tried to repeal it and how the Justice department is fighting against pre existing conditions or has refused to defend a pre existing conditions. So he makes the policy cases very very succinctly. I think there's a politically I what would Rick was saying about we do have a eight year track record of Obama, and we did see his popularity. Did not translate to the party all that well throughout the years, both in the midterm elections. But also at the state legislative level. It was just not there wasn't a full translation. In fact, I think it's one of the big questions about this Tuesday about President Trump. We don't know the answer. This is his first test. And we're going to see does does President Trump's popularity with his voters translate in a midterm election year when he's not actually on the ballot. No matter how much he is embracing being out there and attaching himself to it. I that's one of my big question marks one thing. We gotta take it. Okay. Hold that. We only have two hours. I know. I'm holding my. We're gonna talk about a a very interesting story that just popped up Georgia's top election official okaying a probe of state Democrats on the the election that he's running for governor a candidate enforcing the rules. Democrats are saying is the abusing the rules. We've raking news on that new reporting. Also, Andrew gillum the attacks on him allegations that they're racially coded like when his opponent warned he would monkey up the state President Trump has called him a thief today member of the president's cabinet, wait in believe what what was said. So you can decide for yourself. What to make that? We'll be right back. 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So in Georgia's secretary of state who doesn't offer any evidence launched a probe or the state's Democratic Party. It went beyond big that's because the secretary of state Brian Kemp is also the Republican candidate for governor and his locked in a very tight bitterly fought race with the democrat. Stacey Abrams we invited Mr. Kemp or anyone from his campaign to come on the broadcast. They all declined R Kelly hard time doing some late reporting on this right now. She's in Augusta Georgia. I explain what's going on the second. Stacey Abrams has talked about this and remorse reporters. What is she saying about it? Yeah. That's right. Anderson zoo earlier today, the secretary of state's office announces that they're launching this investigation into Georgia's Democratic Party in response to what they described as a failed attempt to hack the state's voter registration system. But they announced this investigation without giving us any evidence. As to why the Georgia Democratic Party was a part of this probe the secretary of state's spokeswoman saying that she couldn't comment on the specifics of an ongoing investigation other than to say, they learned of this attempted hack from their legal team. Now, we have to delineate between the communications from the secretary of state's office that Brian Kemp heads as opposed to Brian Kemp. Gubernatorial campaign communications that campaign has been much more direct in time Democrats to this hack saying, quote, Democrats tried to expose vulnerabilities in Georgia's voter registration system. These are claims that Democrats are one hundred percent false. They say the claims or scurrilous is Stacey Abrams just spoke. To a couple of hundred people in this community center. She didn't address the controversy in front of the crowd. But we spoke to her immediately following her public remarks. First of all, it's real investigation. What has happened is that Brian Kemp once again is trying to cover up for his failures in cybersecurity by blaming someone else? The first four times he blamed staff, he blamed vendors. And now, he's blaming Democrats. But the reality is there were imperfections in their system their weaknesses and vulnerabilities. They were told about this on Friday, and instead of owning up to the failure. And making it bright, he decided to blame Democrats. We are not responsible. We have nothing to do with us. And I'm very sad that instead of owning up to the responsibility and honoring his commitment as secretary of state that he's once again misleading Georgia. If they're out this campaign. There have been these repeated allegations of voter suppression Brian Kemp in his capacity as the secretary of state. We have heard the litigation well as the news of this investigation comes out. We're also learning that one of the organizations involved in litigation with Brian Kemp is claiming that the online voter registration database that updates the electronic polling lists. They're saying that that system is open to manipulation so Anderson you see the PR machines on both sides spinning trying to use this as an opportunity to appeal to their already polarized basis. But at the end of the day, there is a question about the ability of Georgia's voting registration system. So it has Mr. Kemp made any comment directly about this. No, he hasn't. He didn't address it when he was on stage with President Trump earlier today in Macon, Georgia. Like, I said you have to really separate the communications we're getting from his secretary of state office as opposed to his campaign that campaign being more willing to be aggressive in their rhetoric towards Stacey Abrams and the radical Democrats as they call them. But we have not heard Brian Kemp addressed this situation directly himself Anderson, though, his secretary of state's office does tell me they will be meeting with the FBI and other officials tomorrow to see how this investigation proceeds or hard tongue. Appreciate it back now with our political team. I mean is it. It's kind of a complex story torture going to figure out would David. How did you see it? Well, look, I mean, this has been a controversy for ongoing. The fact that the candidate for governor is also administering the system, and it's come up in connection with the potential disqualification of or the provisional status of fifty thousand or so voters who seventy percent of whom are African American of. And you know, so the question is how does he not recuse himself from overseeing an election in which he has such a steak and by throwing this into the middle of it in the last forty eight hours. I mean, it really I wonder how voters there will process it, and whether they feel like this is a last minute dirty trick and underscores something untoward about or does he didn't mobilize revolt. Goofy of Democrats are trying to manipulate the system it could. Although you'd have to produce some evidence of that. I mean, there's some Republican. Who will believe it? But I think the lack of Evans this thing is going to be decided in the I think in the suburbs of of Atlanta where their voters who are more discerning discerning about these things. I think they're going to find it strange that he should that. This should come out the way it came out without evidence without spokespeople stepping forward without any real backup for a fairly serious charge. Anderson he plasters this press release on his website, come to find out that this is the same brand can't who was sued earlier this year by people who were saying that Georgia's voting system is vulnerable, and it's subject to hacking. He doesn't have any paper trail the department of homeland security offered to help and help to secure the system, and he rejected that help the the judge in the case he was suited again back in the summer castigated him. Holy for this completely vulnerable. And not for shoring up and so now on the last minute to start going Democrats of his own failure. It is astonishing. This man is playing on the field, and he wrote the rules and his the ref. It is outrageous evidence Senator Santorum, there's no evidence, of course, at least on the Democrats part. I think I think it is important that if they're gonna make the claim again, the reporter said that the secretary of state's office is not making that claim it's campaign me. So the campaign is going to make that claim they're gonna have to come up with some evidence to show that be between now sometime tomorrow, they're going to have to show some evidence as to where the Democrats were somehow complicit in this. I don't think they can get away with blaming Democrats. And just hoping everybody believes that bigger there has to be I think the bigger issue here is that across the country. There's a sense that between the gerrymandering and voter suppression that there's a the Republican party is hostile to a fair vote. And this is sort of like the most. Let me call. Jay. Republicans guys next. I think I think that there is a sense fear that the Republicans are hostile to a fear vote here that that this particular that Kemp is just the worst example that you have camp coup has a history of being hostile has been sued many times. And I think that we've got to be careful here because when you're in a situation like Kemp is where you are the referee, and you're the player, and you and you in squeaker if he wins and people doubt his legitimacy that's bad for everybody. And I think the Republican party had a huge opportunity. Now, I'll give you guys a chance you got a huge opportunity. The Republicans don't get enough credit. They actually voted for the Voting Rights Act to be passed. And then the supreme court stuck at truck down. And then they have not come back to fix it. And so now, the Republican party would actually voted for the Voting Rights Act to be passed having failed now for years for a couple years to restore the buddy you're all now vulnerable to the idea that you don't hear about a fair vote. And you gotta deal with it. So I'm not gonna speak to Georgia specifically, but in terms of gerrymandering, look at our home state of Pennsylvania, the democratically elected Pennsylvania's pre court drew a map that by all accounts by by by the cook, political report said was drawn to favor Democrats, and which can result in the flip of probably about six seats here. So in terms of fairness Republicans look for fairness, I mean, what's fair in one state may not be fair another so van you once a day. Well, we've got a dozen about six that's because because legislatures controlled by Republicans, and the Democrats did it in California for years and years and years. So look anytime we already either party has controlled they're going to draw lines that are going to be favorable. But that is not. This issue of Kemp is different. I think fans I agree with Helen point. Here is this is a razor thin election. And the notion that one of the participants in razor thin election is the the guy who's going to administer that election is is on the face of a troubling. But then to do this at the end as this element of suspicion that Israel. I agree. It's it's it's it's near response. We're going to talk more about this. And we got to take another break in a much more head, including what agriculture secretary Sunday produce it at a rally for onto Santa's Florida's running against Andrew Gillam. It's been making headlines Purdue use the phrase cotton Pickin, we'll hear how Gillam reacted to that about it with our political team next a lot more of the day's news. A head. Hey, it's our Beck. And I've got Shaun Livingston on Bleacher reports the full forty eight how many teams have gone final four straight time. One three of them. You know, like, you know, we see me at our place mystery the full forty eight is now available on Spotify. And of course, you can always listen to subscribe on the Bleacher report app, apple podcasts. Wherever you listen to podcast. A lot of ways to describe the significance of Tuesday's election in Florida. Potentially historic is one way because if Tallahassee mayor Andrew gillum wins his racial become Florida's first African American governor now at a rally for opponent, Ron to Santa's agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue chose well he made a comment. We'll let you interpret it. Here's how Purdue former governor of Georgia described the stakes. Policy labor shit. This is. More of the site of Laura. Guillem has asked today at the reaction to produce choice of words. No, he should go back to Georgia. We'll we'll take care Florida. Listen, which we're trying very best to in this race on a high note as I said throughout the campaign, we work at a give vote or something they can both forward and not just against. Back with our political team van. How do you see, you know, listen, I, it's an archaic expression. But honestly as a southerner I hear that sometimes thrown around. So I I'm trying not to go directly to the worst possible things. They give it up for for not doing that. I think it's an unfortunate towards the words. But I don't think that it was an intentional dog with really just don't. Yeah. I agree. I mean, I have used that phrase before I'm from the south really small town on in in South Carolina. So I didn't necessarily, you know, we didn't land wrong for me. I think it's odd. It's sunny Perdue. Former Georgia governor easy in Florida. It's it's sort of weird that way, I think it's because of the fact that Rhonda Santa's has had trouble attracting crowds Gillam has been much better about that. But I do think this race it has been imbued with some racial dog whistling, and it kinda started with Rhondda Santa's this whole idea of my guess, he he said at some point, you know, we don't elect Andrew gillum. We don't want a monkey this up. And then you had to. President calling injure Gillam a thief. So I you know, I think we're we're sort of sensitive to the in this race. But I think this particular instance, of using the word pick, and it didn't it didn't strike me as a sort of racial, but I thought it was so interesting was Gillingham's respond. Different than how we responded. That's right. When opponent said monkey it up different than in the debate CNN hosted that Jake tapper moderated where he went really hard back at this Hanson called him out for the dog whistling or the, you know. The horn the foghorn that he says more than a dog whistle that it's so loud here two days out. I just think it tells us everything where the. Not want to make this about again because he is not just courting a base in Florida, very purple state. He is also courting he wants to make sure some white voters who may not be comfortable picking him to go ahead and pick him about a buck. I just thought that was a really telling moment of where that race in place for him to stir the pot at all. It's close race. He wants those suburban an extra voters if he could get them, and so stirring, the pot again he's made his point about race. That's that's done. And I think it was very I saw a little differently. I think he basically said yeah, it's about race. But we're not going there. So he he was very deft move on his part because he he basically confirmed that. Yeah. I see this as an insult. I see this as them another dog whistle. But I'm gonna end this on a high note. So I some degree disagree with you. Because I think he did call him out. He just did it in a way that was very I'm drawing a contrast because he has called out to say, oh, no white overly throughout this campaign. So he made. But if not that he didn't do it it it didn't it didn't do like. Yeah. This is the saying that and I'm not going he he took it. But he took everyone approach when he took it a different view. Right. Does. I actually I told that was my first thought was Republicans have Democrats if you speak to them privately right now think that he has an edge in that race. I think he thinks he has an edge in that race and he's trying to land the plane here. And I thought he he was death. And I you know, I I thought he had to pretty well, how close do you think the races down there? Yeah. Oh, I think you know. It's it's close. I think if he wins it's going to be by a point two points, three points. But he's been consistently ahead in the polls down there. And if you talk to and we all do talk to people on both sides. There's not there's not a lot optimism on the Republican side. And and there's sort of guarded optimism on the democratic side. And there's a sense that Disentis may not have been fabulous candidate. Whereas whereas Gillam is of course, a very very good candidate as we as we just saw. And I you know, that's I said so important because it. Really is it's it's a handpicked kind of Trump person versus a very different vision of what a democrat can do is the democrat who is willing to be progressive. He's willing to be both these death. But he's willing to be progressive four Democrats. This fight inside our party about you, go to the moderate middle or do you run on your diversity on probably on your progressive ideals, if Gillam wins, it's not just important for Florida? It's important for the Democratic Party. And I also went aren't they a bunch of Puerto Ricans who had to leave their island because of what happened with that storm Maria or in Florida right now, they're American citizens. They can vote, and they are going to be voting for going and a lot of folks on the painting aren't going to be voting which is a real problem for for all the revolt. We're going to talk about Florida. We have another taper into case folk with a group of women there by dentistry his independence to see how they see the race at this stage. They said, and how that could translate to other elections perhaps run the country. Hey, it's Howard Beck. And I've got Sam amick of the Atlantic on Bleacher reports the full forty eight Lakers for me would be the panic side on the negative and then positive wise. I think Denver looking good as they do. You know is then tremendous fun to watch. You know, you'll get your star. You wrote the offended the piece on him last season. And I love everything they have going for them. So check out the full forty eight now on the Bleacher report app, apple podcasts and Spotify. Latest polling shows Florida voters are almost evenly split on both the Senate and gubernatorial races or indicate spoke with a group of six women in Florida who call themselves independence now to vote in the primaries in Florida, you have to register with the party in this case one has registered as democrat to are registered Republicans three others did not vote in the primaries of those three one leads democratic. But again, they all call themselves independence. I know a lot of specifics. But we like tell you everything full transparency. Here's what they told. Randy. How many of you show hands have made up your mind about who you're voting for of the six Florida voters who identifies independent five know how they plan to vote, and I don't like the direction the negative direction that we're going right now. So I think it needs to be to flip. Sally Clark Faulk says she's voting democrat Nicole Padro was still undecided but leaning toward democrat Andrew gillum and the governor's race. And you're telling me like Gillam who's a democrat, and you're registered Republican from voting in the prime. So you're leaning democrat on the governor's race on that. Yeah. And that's the only one, okay? The key issues influencing their votes are immigration security, the environment and the economies. Erica DeAngelis is voting Republican. How the economy is doing a fax me personally. So when you hear that more people are working unemployment is way down at nearly fifty year low and wages are up that you like the sound of that for Republicans. Do what do you make of Donald Trump's approach in? In these final days and weeks these endless scare tactics about immigration and the caravan. Will that sway your vote -absolutely? I think the whole carrying at van thing is ridiculous. It's not an invasion. I mean, I just I'm ready for change, quite frankly. So you're saying Donald Trump scare tactics and on immigration will make him not vote Republican. That's correct. But not everyone's leading the president's language influence their vote Morgan Kissel and independent who didn't register to vote in the primary has decided to vote the Republican take it will the rhetoric about the caravan and the scare tactics. Change your vote. No, I've done all ninety search at this point. And I understand what's important to me as voter fear is very easy motivator to move people one direction another so has Donald Trump's behavior influence your vote one way or the other. Yeah, definitely has confirmed that I'm making the right decision. Not to vote in that direction. Not to vote Republican. But is the language. Do you think a turn to independent voters? I don't know that there's a scare tactic other than the fact that I think it's scary. Three thousand people that we don't know are trying to get into our borders. So I absolutely support a military going down to the border most in this. We're disgusted by Trump's remarks following the pipe bomb scare and fatal shooting at the Pittsburgh synagogue, suggesting both had slowed down Republicans tremendous momentum. And I just think it's a little careless. This, you know, far into the season for someone to say something like that one in such a tragic and sad moment, which just careless. It doesn't change my vote. But I think that sometimes people get too hung up on the way that Trump delivers his message instead of what he's actually trying to say, they it was disappointing that that was the reaction. But but that doesn't change your vote. He that doesn't weigh into your vote what he's been saying. No, it doesn't way on my vote six independent voters and five have their minds made up three will vote democrat to Republican and one likely split in key. Races. Reindeer K C N N Tampa. Well, just had we'll talk to the panel about whether women said it, and when it could say about races around the country. What is life life is unexpected unfiltered and anything but ordinary from an MS thirteen. So this is a pretty high crime area. Go go go to freeze and gender fluidity. And that moment, I am not the person that will chair. It's very releasing feeling when you see Steve dressed up as momentum. Do you? See your husband, please join me at least Lisa Ling for another incredible journey. This is life with Lisa Ling, Sundays at ten pm on CNN. This for the brakes three sixties indicate talking with the group of Florida independent voters part of the discussion the turn to the immigrant caravan. The President Trump has been a lot of time focusing on a look. Well, the rhetoric about the caravan and the scare tactics change your vote. No, I've done all my research at this point. I understand what's important to me as voter fear is very easy motivator to Luke people one director another so has Donald Trump's behavior influenced your vote one way or the other. Yeah. Definitely has confirmed that I'm making the right decision. Not to vote in that direction. Not vote Republican, right? Back now with our panel. How did you think? I mean, the president. There's a lot of great news for the president to be trumpeting pun intended. I mean, academy incredibly low unemployment numbers record, low unemployment numbers supreme court nominations or picks. His focus on the caravan. It's obviously not by accident. No. And look, I mean, I think we whatever you think about the caravan issue and so on and I have my feelings about it. The fact is that Republican enthusiasm has grown during this period. The question I have is in the last week after after the tragedies it it felt like the president kind of took it from ten to an eleven to try and regenerate Republican enthusiasm. And I think this was an interesting group because I wonder how there is a small group of independent voters who are going to make a difference in some of these races many of them in a suburban areas some of them much like those women who were there. Donald Trump carrot Florida carried independence in Florida in winning. That state narrowly Gillam is is winning independence right now. Also narrowly. I think that in Florida and elsewhere, the final closing push of Donald Trump may may go too far and push some people in close races in the wrong direction from his standpoint people who would probably have responded to the economic argument if he if he closed with you guys. You know, there is a lot of concern among Republicans, especially those working on house races. That just wish they don't think today to the point. They think immigration does help bring some Republican enthusiasm. We've seen it in the polls that it rises among Republicans as the top issue when Donald Trump puts it front and center, but these Republican strategists are saying why can't the economy being equal part of this argument. Why can't the accomplishments on the court being equal parts? The to that it bores me proposed. You know at ten percent tax cut for the middle class. And then said never mind that's going to happen. If Republicans when they have one other point I want to make is that these are women the president has a big gender problem. Here's a big education problem. I was looking at one number. We're sort of startled me today because you start with sixty percent of college educated white women now favored Democrats by thirty three point. So you have a focus group here of women who are saying, you know, I don't the Cavin thing you're not gonna you're not gonna scare me on that. And I think that may have repercussions in a lot of other races. They rather have him talking about healthcare. I believe don't you think? I mean, I think they this was a smart group of women. I think that women though, in general there was a poll that was done last week which said that eighty percent of Americans view the divisive rhetoric as being. Thing as a huge negative and as generating more danger to them. And so the issue about safety, especially in a state like Florida where they had. I don't know if she did this focus group today. But you know, they just had somebody who was an extremist go to a yoga studio shoot people. Right. So people in Florida, perhaps almost more than any other state has seen gun violence and have seen extremist violence, and I think that that language with independence and with women, although Senator one person scared taxes and others persons. Valid and let me just say one other thing. And I know they want to go over here. But when Virginia when this happened in Virginia in the last midterm election, and Ed Gillespie raised all this fear, some language about the other. It was it was it. He lost sorry to interrupt, Jennifer. Yeah. Just a minute. I mean, I gotta pick on the outside because you said these smart women as if because you have a college education. You're smart, if you don't have a college education, you're not I don't know if they have education. We're talking about gory was talking about. I don't know if they did. They know they knew what they were. They were. I thought you were responded to that works like the contracting in that same survey. Is it forty one percent? I believe it is of of a male white man who are high school Edger are or favoring Republicans. And so, you know, it's it is it is very divided. And there's. Don't do being smart who we gotta take a break. A lot more head. 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Suspiria

"Hello and welcome to the molecule coaches show with me bounds. Last year. The phone director Luca Nino charmed audiences with the beautiful. I love romance cooing bio name this year. He gives us suspicious. It's a little different a super gory cold-blooded yet camp remake of Dario agendas. Nine hundred seventy seven horrid classic of the same name of lingering glances their view, you'll be peeping through your fingers warm summer nights. Well, we're in a wet and cold and divided Berlin blood curdling screams, though, take your pick. What has been trying to make su- spirit for over a decade? So has he done the original Justice? What sort of thing is it? And can we enjoy every night of cutting edge contemporary? Could we have join me in the studio today to discuss the film critics Cimarron hands and Jason solvent. So it's west Berlin in nineteen seventy seven ambitious young dancer from America payback coated Johnson turns up tradition for the God. Helena, Marcus don't school headed by the steer elegant Madame Blanc. That's Tilda Swinton people Patrizio has disappeared. But why what's going on in this dark costal of mirrors mobile and beautiful outfits at the same time. Dr Joseph Klemperer, an elderly psychiatrist grease his wife lost the concentration camps Third Reich. His story and the secrets of the dawn school become one sort of. Decide what is it you want to be for this company? There's more building what you can see. Dangerous people. Well, Jason welcome to the program. The sound of goal. How did spirit leave you feeling? Well, I haven't actually seen the original films. So I kind of debated and toyed with maybe watching it first. And then I thought maybe not maybe I'll just go in and see it for what it is. And I'm not particularly a sort of see fan of decay. Guadagnino? I really like biggest Blache I'm kind of my owed on Koby your name. I think am not as is. All right. So, you know, maybe a skeptic going in and actually I think they're of ways which does film doesn't quite what. But I was kind of into it Jason is quoting on you say that not even body of work look equality near who's done. I mean, even in in a good bye. We call the desire trilogy, which sort of a. Numeracy for us. Yeah. Which I think is very loose over there. I mean, I think he kind of said I've made to can I have some money for more trilogy. A trilogy off to the. Yeah. Yeah. So I mean, I don't see that. I see spirit very much Paul desire trilogy. 'cause they there is a sort of absolute cupidite easy involved in in people wanting stuff all over the place, you know, coat to capitol once report of this call valley and Tilda Swinton wants to get her Mazda. Peace out there this Mazda work, Don. So she's got everybody. And so there's a lot of that going on. And I think it's a film of very much about desire, and it's an inner desire as well. To honor the the memory of our Gento almost to trash the memory of Argenta think isn't Omar's to it. But I think it's completely different movie. Every once in a way to remake of eight isn't a told it sort of based on a similar idea. It's very very different too. I think it's better I'm not horrifying. So I think this art house scary Keith bone cracking mirror of refracting arthouse, ballet dance. Brilliant out there as kind of like, I kind of I kind of loved it like a long Italian lunch, but full of too many rich flavors in different dishes and five courses, you know, in that well past love finished. They said, no you. This is like, yes, he's kind of never ending. But it Hel. Held me. It's had kind of quite mixed reviews and pay people saying there's a little dips in the kind of plot and things in the pacing. I of kinda stuck with similar to so one of the things about this is that it's in six parts, and then there's an epilogue as well. And the film is quite long. I think it's two and a half hours. Yes. I it's a lengthy film. And it's not a quick to half hours either you kind of have to stick it out. And I think that's one of my problems with the pace kind of dips and drags a little bit and places, but it's for me less about plot and pacing more about mood, and it creates this really charged erotic mood. There's not really any kind of like sex ROY mount Senate. It's just kind of like undeterred and the dance sequences. Also, very sexy. I think there's a lot of but through the medium of Hans which is safer sex and some kind of way, but I do think he's sexy movie. And as you say, I don't think he's about plot and pace it which is why it's a little bit long. If you haven't really got much to say past the hour, Mark they would have been better condensed. But then we'd have lost the kind of the gin, yo the colors. I really I'm not leaving this dinner. I'm staying right to the end. It's a beautiful thing. I mean, it looked like a lot of Grenier works a lot for fashion. Houses shoots mazes of pigment short films, and does a little work set design and all the rest of it. And you could see that there are some wonderful Tilda Swinton. In fact, lot of the actresses in our great cricket actions vigor clothes horses as well. Right. And there's a lot of this great beautiful shots in it that look like they could been ripped from the advert page from vogue. They like that y'all commercials. Something. Wearing red. I mean. For American charge. Exactly. Waiting in the wind and the interiors is over there's an absence Stein. There's a little big there's a little big high, doors and windows opened up and all the rest of age in burgundy Brown and a friend of mine. She kind of sore the reference I have to credit her in steal it for myself. But she's the references Prada's autumn twenty fourteen collection the trench coats and the kind of yet Bauge long skirts. It's worth worth giving Google, right? He's basing actually on that runway. I'm I don't know if it's like a direct reference point. But I think there's a there's a sort of product palette goats. I don't say this. I am love which was shot in Milan. And in that house industrial husband the best cutlery ever. I mean, he's very waited two buildings. So even the villa in biggest bash the Palazzo in coined by name these buildings have a character. This this building is essential Carragee kind of moves and shakes informs. What's going on psychologically in the character? So I think he's very kind of architectural in that interior that the how they work on our interior them. I think this film throbs with history said some sort of saying was rather VS. It's about fascism in the kind of, you know, the the Nazism, but seventies Berlin, you can't get away from that legacy. This this is the place where it happened the goes to live in the streets, not very front and center the way the old film. It was sort of in the it was sort of understood that that would be in the periphery because it was a film made in nine hundred seventy seven this film said in ninety seventy seven so of that bottom line half that Red Army Faction and the second World War and all the rest of it. And especially Klemperer carry. Actor drowsy right back. All that stuff. It said he doesn't dance the dance is about last stuff. Yeah. Interpreting history don't vote very troublesome entitled troublesome paces powerful the peanut Bausch. And even what he does now. So I think those rather beautifully done it easy to do. And I should us wins having a bowl in the middle of that people. It's a hot thing we do. She's elliott. I think she improvised that line. She must have put in. It's just sounds like tool to Swinton it reeks Tilda Swinton. But I think she is. I think she's magnificent in imperious. And that's how you want you to Winston to be. I wouldn't miss. Yeah. No, she's she's very attractive character. Terrifying. This. Oh, great sina facing fried chicken with Dakota Johnson, which is all I've ever wanted to see on film to be on. This. It has gone fried chicken team in as well as important. It's always important to prop of our day. But other than say about to out to say, oh, not the most Carter's she doesn't play just Madame blown nothing. We think because I think that that is being a kind of palm positive part of the mystery is she also where you can tell us. Yes. Because when I was watching I was thinking bloat looks bit weird that Mr. camera, and then there was some it's very funny history of it because Dakota Jones was asked in an interview before the film festivals venison than Toronto. As she went. Who knows lovely Mr. Kemp? Ruse great great actors actress pay by Elsa behalf. Really great, really good. Then what an east deny in? And then eventually told us witness admitted it was me in the now it's out there. It was her. But she it's not her. It's her she's playing an actress who plays this guy. So she's she's invented a character for herself to play this guy. Extra. There is another actress that she is playing that has had the prestige. Exactly. So it isn't till the technically her apparently. And then Luca Toby at a lot of festival that I'm going to say again because she's pay the third character somewhere in the movie as well. And I have so I've read I can spot that. Do you want me to spoil it? Maybe we used to. So I went into the film, not realizing that she had played multiple roles and read about them off towards and when you think about it in hindsight, it's actually quite obvious. And I think the perspective makeup is quite terrible. Understand what the point is what I was gonna ask this is because there are moments quite a lot of the emotional punch. The film is delivered through the character Klemperer, actually, and it's a strange you can't act so well with pussies and it's face work. Right. This is close up face work. So it's a little a little bit of a funny one you kind of want you to main protagonists to be to be giving doing that. I don't really understand that characterize don't understand his function other than maybe as a way into the school or that. We do have to coach Johnson Ceesay for that. And I think the interesting thing about Klemperer is that he is the only male character in the whole film, everybody else's a woman, and it's very kind of Montreal. Yes of women heavy coven. And so it's interesting there is just this one mayo character, and he has a really sort of align really annoyed me when some character. I can't remember exactly who is tells him off. And she says to him, you know, you don't listen to women they tell you the truth. And you Dante when women tell you the truth, you don't pity them. You tell them that they have delusions, and I just felt like that was on the news. You know, I get that. This film is being made in of feminist moment and eight wants to tattoo graph it. So if women front politics. But I just love those two up this do that because people in Venezuela. Very women. Will critics women film jenness, they were sort of upset by this this absorbed. God doesn't have to be every time. Women get together. It's a common lucrative sort of being attacked for. What was was not very sensitive portrayal of where we are now. And where the feminist movement is and then he upset because he was like, well, I'm the lost moved. I'm italian. Well, really doesn't really give you call blown show ever is in Italian because those original GR jolly original Tien horror films of that era of you know, the the the seventeen we're very sexploitation. This is kind of I think the hope maybe if there was any there's any positive doing maybe to turn on his head. Slowly, I kind of got the feeling I mean, I kind of saw as as trying to imagine itself as a feminist tax go all these women that power is being suppressed or is being hidden. It's a macho cool kind of lineage it's all about what women's bodies. Can do and this power of the female body. And of course, there which is in hiding, I think it's interesting read in that way. And I like it's doing that. I just felt like some of the dialogue was a little bit positional. There is a bit of that. I wanted to ask you whether I said this in the introduction something can both be cold blooded down camp. There's they'll start to the character of till Swinton. But then at the same time, it is such a ludicrous. And there was one scene we won't spoil where it will kind of really goes bananas. It gets. It gets. Wow away goes been. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. This is a big one. Can we be is it both cold-blooded and camp is is that so fair enough. It's definitely funny camp, which I think we've we think jell O's. Although I think in the seventies. We if we like with lurid, and they're kind of bright. But I don't know if they can't do me suggest there's some knowing Iranian. And I don't think there is. I think can be very serious about his work his things in about his cutlery design in the biggest Mashal probably the one that had the most irony in it direct to refine. So this one doesn't really have any moment of humor in it has over the top nurse and kind of growing in yoga camp. Yes, it is camp. But not in not as we know it. I think maybe I wouldn't use the word camp. I think maybe what is loaded. But what do you think this film? It's goofy. It's really goofy. Like, I think the press Vicks the dynamic between Toda's Winton and the student. It's the weird sexual tension between Tilda Swinton and coach Johnson. I think the mad that piece at the end, which I think doesn't quite work for me. That's when the films of lost may and it coat vacated this of slow simmering bit league of gentlemen. Exactly, exactly. But I do think it's kind of gay fee in a way that interested me that this percentage on they reminded me of the percentage of the end of the Ruger everything another country where where they play the spies, and they kind of go forward to off to the after the Cold War narrow in in Russia may repair every napperstat it make maybe it was to him. Maybe he lasted for that bit in love should be in this. Yeah. He would have been to what about the goal because the Gore's is gory is kind of classic seventies Italian horror movie, but it sitting in the context of very lush beautiful as we said something not Gucci Prada fashion advertising. Lots of ways and great beauty. How does the goal sit with you? Because there's one very gory scene. This big set piece near the end about and there are some dream sequences that turns out Tilda Swinton enforces onto coach Johnson's character. She's having who trained and they're quite they're very spooky and strain. Then we'll go comes in one sort of in one place. Yeah. I know what Horo yours would say about the role of gore where when the sharks jump scares play that role because I think he's trying to frustrate days to do it all at once, man. I quite liked the Italians invented the Benetton advert which goal beauty in order to sell fashion. So I didn't sit all could be with me. I was waiting for. And I found that. The bone cracking scenes when when the Dodds becomes. Those kind of amazing absolutely amazing. I was I was hoped from there because I Don the power of the female bodies says the power of the ghosts that were kind of operating here that was coming up through this building say that that hooked me and had me sort of glued to my seat. Like, I was in that building myself. I couldn't escape history and the power of these images in front of me that was sort of most ingenious see that's one that sticks in my memory that one. I mean, I find that scene quite gory. And she very graphic. If anyone hasn't seen the foam, you shouldn't be listening to this. There's a scene where Dakota Johnson is doing a daunt sequence in one room. And then in another room, the cameras cutting between these two sequences and every movement that she does articulates the body of another dancer, but in quite horrible ways, very unnatural, and sort of make her bones snaps like an accidental once I dance the other side. It's fights. Yeah. Exactly. But with an invisible assailant, and it's it's really horrifying and kind of visceral sickening. Dole works. Osteopaths that your life and the noises as well this so kind of oh, actually quite. So I think he's got this sinus. Nick, Luca for design, and it all comes together. And I think he's kind of off the hook ins is very with it. There's a spirit does does mean a size this speedier in Latin and Italian too. So there was a point where this film just sort of becomes long song. Excellent comes in I suppose, that's by is in some ways. Well, you read all the way through the move. So it's it's a fascinating film. I under- and fifty minutes is indulgent too much. But sometimes when you go to new if he conned into old who in this in this business cannon, those talk a little bit of then because Simone prefaced her comments by giving a little bit of rundown of what she told about each one of his of his films. And I think it's a str-. I like it. I think the strength that you can make kind of very stylish, but schlocky go geology movie, you can make gay romance. Senator. I think that's a strength. I mean, I'm always intrigued to see what he's going to do next. What do we think? People think he should just forever to spot paintings. I don't know if I see this spirit as kind of July foam, I think there is violence, and there is good. But those are sort of small bursts that's happened throughout the firm. But actually in the context of the film is quite meted paps more say than his other films, which are you know, more emotional pops. But I think he's an interesting filmmaker I think he is very good at design and sort of set and architecture and making yet we said before making the settings the star of the foam, I think maybe a terrorist. Something about him that doesn't quite click with me. And I'm not sure what it is. Maybe is this indulgence. And and he he loves that doesn't he he's all about kind of indulging in these high fleet and emotions, and yeah, these very kind of like sweet relationships, maybe that's why. This is interesting to me more. So than some of the others. I think violence relationships. Sweet. But some of them are very finds until the Swinton's the rockstar. Rented her this guy. I am love this that the family are they kind of expel Tilda until way. They love is listen every rock, I am love is entirely. Baraga running around the rule the rooftops literally baroque set in Milan and super stylish Milanese rather than women. It's very kind of northern. Yeah. It's an interesting. It's a really interesting thing. And I think he has more of a Milanese it's ability than any kind of southern sensibility, even though, but it would depend on. It wasn't a she. He's not a southern neorealist filmmaker. He it's Bo host from Milan. Going on holiday is very much kind of visiting. I'm a patrician from the industrial with my style product comes into the he is I I don't know if he is. But that it's that sensibility rather than any Roman Fellini esque one or we get with Palestinian Tina very much more from the south. This is almost like a Neapolitan film like splashy sort of it could be a splashy trashy lurid thing made by Milanese sort of buttoned up. They feel. Yes. Okay. Well, this is desire extra reading section where we we ask you guys. What this kind of how what this reminded you of where took you Symon. You wanted to talk about the coach Johnson in the kind of notorious fifty shades movie. Yes, I do. Because when I watched this for my thought, oh my God. She's doing the same thing that she's doing in the first fifty shades of grey film. And you know, I I'm only really half the first one I've seen three the second. One is awful the third one is possibly worse. Fifty shades darker is the second one fifty shades freed is freed freed is third one, except I don't know if that's not your tighter seeing as the whole place that they get married. Oh god. But I think the first film is interesting and sort of sly, and it's the critique of capitalism. I don't think it really works as the erotic thriller. The people expected these movies to be based on the books, which of course, as we know we're not very rustic tool. But no, thankfully, I I've been sped. But I did read that they were sort of came out of San fiction about twilight. Apparently, so. Yeah, Aparna she she E L James had read. Stephanie Mayes toilet Vicks and tried to make sort of Bedia mtm version of them, which I think square's if you think about the plot of these. But anyway, I think the movie itself is sort of it's fine. But to coach Johnson is incredible. And she's inscrutable you can't read her. And I think she sort of uses that unreadable ity as a tool, and I think there's a difference between the Jamie Dornan character of Christian grey who sort of very flat very robotic be playing it straight, but just not playing well and. It's a very would in performance. And I think Dakota I think she's very deadpan think she if you watch it again, there's just something that she's doing what she's having a bit more fun with it. Even though she's got this blank Knesset, her face think she's sort of playing with it. And I think that's going on here. There's an innocence and playfulness that's going on into spirit where she sort of understands the material, and is is very playful with it. So she is just a normal 'cause she's in Omaha from she's from the country's religious upbringing. With the red tape thing that the dance have that there's a bit in the second fifty from place, but she doesn't she to get the she's the DIY store, and they use kind of bound able ties to of tight other up. That I remember the precise. Details of what was used to tie her up in those films. But yeah, I think you much. No, I'm not much of a DIY. Two ways. It went. We went to being kid. Okay. Yeah. I think she is really interesting performer, and I've been watching her for a while. I thought she was brilliant in sort of very small scene in the social network that was hassard of first thing that people saw her in and she has three minute scene with Justin Timberlake. But if you watch the film yet, and she's actually very witty in that very small role. She is pretty good in the romance comedy. How to be single which is kind of. Okay, actually, but she's sort of interesting in that film. And she's in a biggest blush as well. So she's worked with before. She looks quite different in that film. It seems like a while ago. She seems to have grown up a lot, and yeah, I've been watching her with interest. And yeah, I thought she was just fascinating to what she had a physicality in this that really was just so compelling, and I think the fifty shades of grey from people really criticize those for being sexless at having these explicit explicit scenes. Where there was really no Roddick charge and people may be wondered whether that was a problem to do coach Johnson or just how the films made. And clearly, it's not a problem. So. To be sexy on this very agree with you. It's all in the breathing. You know, she she just looked heavy breathing. There's a seven-under seen in. I think it's one of the sequences which on all fours, and she looks like she's an animal about to pounce on her. Pray very catlike in this. I love watching her physical. Very well. She trains for like a year and a half or something talking of which we can we can strengthen about peanut bounce which was the been vendors. His documentary reminds me that obviously German and and invalid Pete about did as well. And they made it he made a documentary about her Pena simply Pena, and it was the Spanish Pena, which would have been pineapple, but it isn't painter and little little accents can get your way. So the Pena vows was and it was a may it's one of the best three d films documentary. But it puts Pena about his company in the light and take them out and about in various German occasions to do that don't and peanut invented this. Very physical kind of hurt don's that you the people smashed against the floor used the body took valley in the new director. I mean, she's the kind of founding mother of of contemporary dance, selfish Shek throws a lot tune and all of those kind of other contemporary ones around now in the one that the moves that you see in a bother Meinhof connection here in Entebbe that recently Jose Padilla did that was adult sort of troop hit not kind of express in the action, and that was sort of that's sort of seventy set and tabby things. So this is all of the it reminded me of all of those. And I invented Venezia's documentaries is probably one of the best dance movies ever made. And it certainly one of the best three uses this Redick because you circle the dog. Actually, they come alive in the three day. I was thinking of that goes three days feel so. Passe? It was such a waste of time. Very rarely does in homes the movie did in Hans Vince documentary. Treasures is. It's a thing. That's in haunt documentaries. The Herzog on about the caves, yes, which was wonderful again that was much better in documentary than feature films and fiction. Yeah. Because its narrative the narrative so you've needed in fiction. It adds a layer reality documentaries, which or -ality documentaries adds to the fact that they're supposed to be pulled into reflect reality. But anyway, Pena bow. I really kind of didn't see him much this your big to dance fan. And that was seeing her legacy there. And it's definitely the fluence on on. This sorta dance in for sure. Yeah. For sure and that sort of the matriarch the kind of austere matriarch who is always the last walk into the room is the last major character to appear in this film, and all the rest of seems very peanut about as little bit from the kids from fame as his way you stop hangs sweat. Yes. Glory fame into we get through the whole thing without even thinking of a leg. Woma? It's not that kind of fill. Nick was because those bones. They. Really cool kids could Torna k for some of the blood. Very stylish. Well, I think got to go and see spirit. I certainly really enjoy this. I think it's a real big screen. Take old. Movie. But I think it's a real big screen to let you wanna hear it you want to dive into road it's gonna it's gonna dive into it. I think it kind of to you. It comes out you kind of lead. It does it brings us to the end of today's show suspicion is out in cinemas. Now. Thanks, my guest, Jason Solomons and Saran hands and my producer. Of course. Holly Fisher, join us again at the same time next week. We'll be discussing festive advertising, but until then for me bound, thanks shooting.

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 Gary Younge on minority voters and the future of the Republican party

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Gary Younge on minority voters and the future of the Republican party

"Today gary young on how important black voters were the joe biden's vitry and what that power means for the future of the republican party. We did great with the african american community. So after winning the twenty-sixth election donald trump thanked african-americans for not turning out in big numbers. And you know what else that income out to vote for. Hillary didn't come out and that was a big. Thank you to the african american. His campaign has since been accused of actively seeking to deter three point five million black americans from voting these voters were analyzed. Categorized into a group called deterrence. Now they do this year. The us experience the highest turnout for over a century and early voting data suggests that almost nine out of ten americans voted the joe biden from the guardian. I'm initially astana today. In focus what does the growing power of black voters mean for the future of the republican party. Gary young. it's lovely to have you back. You are now a professor at the university of manchester and of course a longtime contributor to the guardian. You've just written a long piece examining the history of voting rights and racism in america. But let's begin with the election. We've just had a such a divisive campaign. How donald trump do with black and minority voters so the exit polls in america. I should say since. Finish jake's haven't been tabulated and secondly they're not great but what. It seems that he had some success in shaving off an element of the black and latino entirely clear how much but somewhat and that kind of fact has been fetishizes really to suggest that you know while this race have nothing to do with the better the only repeated west amount will white men and there are two things to say to that the first is that the exit polls off great eventually know. You wouldn't want to base a whole argument matt. But secondly he was starting from a low base and he made an aggressive patrol them but ultimately black latino and asian american voters overwhelmingly supported by philadelphia is the largest the city of philadelphia now to eighty one percent. That tells you a lot of votes still out in a place that is voting overwhelmingly for joe biden. These are the as we waited for the votes to come in. Where would we looking for them to come in philadelphia milwaukee detroit. Las vegas phoenix lows the prices. It for biden him over the edge detroit. Not lambda african-americans majority in milwaukee outnumber white people also true in philadelphia. He overwhelming lost those groups. That was those groups in the sixties in particular that put by number yet. We're talking about seven. Out of ten latinos seven out of ten asian americans and almost nine out of ten african americans backing biden and with that support almost certainly handing him the presidency. So is this a story of changing demographics in america that will be alarming for republicans. Your party that is almost exclusively almost entirely and not everywhere. Texas is different. Florida is different. But if you are reliant on the white vote then you'll relying on a vote that is shrinking and if the way that you maintain that reliance is through racist messaging then you are also alienating the groups that are expanding. They've only won the popular vote once since nineteen eighty-eight. That's thirty two years. So they become increasingly. Reliant on losing the popular vote winning the electoral college. That is not a kind of winning strategy. Going forward most kids under the age of fifteen. I'm not white so it is a real problem. And i'm quite keen to point out. Democracy is not destiny. There's nothing predestined in. Being latino being dragged couldn't be right wing and actually george birsh in particular was very kane to have a multi-racial conservative party. There is no denying the truth that slavery is obliged on our history and that racism despite all the progress still exist today for my party. there is no escaping. The reality that the party of lincoln has not always carry the mantel of lincoln condoleeza rice head one of the most racially diverse cabinets in american history doesn't by making him a nice guy or decent guy but there is a version of diversity that fits quite well with neo liberal conservative politics. So it's inevitable but increasingly what live decided to do is to make their appeals in of once county now not so coded racial messaging and that leaves them. Incredibly incredibly vulnerable demographics. testing american. politics does have a very specific racial history. It's easy to forget the segregation was a reality within many people's living memory. When we're thinking about this election how important is it that we think about it in the context of america's history when it comes to rice the history of this is absolutely essential because america was a slave state for two hundred years an apartheid state for best part hundred years. And there's only been a non-racial democracy for fifty five years and so if my kids because my wife is american if my kids wanna learn about segregation they only have twelve grandparent and the mechanisms that have been in place to prevent macy's him at the polls in public places. I ruled relatively new. And so it's really not possible to understand this moment. In isolation america was built among other things on racism like i'll stick in the water supply effects of insects pretty much everything about american political culture. So for example. The congressional districts like our combines constituencies in most places are gerrymandered and the gerrymandered around race by gerrymandered. I mean they are drawn by the politicians so that the politicians have as many black voters in one area as they possibly can then they can take as many sikhs where so. It's kind of all predicted around. Brace exclusive there other things going on in america gender class just regular politics region. But you can't understand. America without understanding is racial history. Not least because it didn't happen that long ago and in fact we don't have to go very far back to find such blatant ways to stop black people voting that they affectively didn't have the right to do it at all. Tell me what. Barriers were in place as recently as the nineteen fifties and into the sixties. Well in the south depending on where you were but in most of the south it was impossible. They would be tests that no one could possibly answer. The black people would have to pass before they're allowed to vote or in the most kind of ludicrous and daunting they would give you a bios hoping to. How many bubbles are there in this power south. Well they present a job jelly beans and say you can you. Can you can tell me how many beans are in this job and these were all seem to be ways to say. We are not qualified to vote and so people might know the movie mississippi burning. That's about three kids to white from the north and one black who come down to mississippi to register voters in nineteen sixty four the freedom summer and end up being shot dead by people who were working with the local sheriff who were in the clan. I remember interviewing geico buford. Posey i would mention someone in the town of philadelphia mississippi where the kids were killed. And he'll say well his daddy was in the clam white posey. And i'd say what about so. Well he was mclamb. And i said okay you can have to stop saying everybody's in the clan. 'cause i'm giving trust you. How do you know. And he said well hell. I was in the clan. Everybody was in the klamath thing. I'm post. He told me that it was only when he joined the army at eighteen years old that he realized that it was illegal to kill a black man. That's where the south was within living memory. You mentioned the summer of freedom and that was during a tumultuous period for civil rights in the mid-sixties take spot there and tell me how those barriers to african african-americans voting were finally pulled down from dallas texas. The flash apparently official president kennedy died at one pm central standard time. Kennedy's sesame vice-president johnson has left the hospital in dallas but we do not know To he has proceeded presumably he will be taking the oath of office shortly and become the thirty sixth president of the united states. You've had the march on washington. Martin luther king and i have a dream speech. I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up live out the true meaning of its creed you've had. The civil rights act has been paused in sixty four hungarist passed the most sweeping civil rights. Bill ever to be written into the law but the right to vote was in the constitution. That was actually that they couldn't exercise that right. And in selma attempts to register to vote had led to while back to being killed under community being terrorized and so leads to massive protests in the black belt of alabama which kind of connects montgomery alabama. Which is where. Rosa parks was kicked off the bus. Three to salman john lewis. Will martin today to dramatize hundreds and thousands of negro citizens of alabama for particularly here in light barrier the night right to vote the civil rights movement march overson edmund pettus bridge which goes into selma they get to the top of the the crest of the bridge and in front of them all xi's mounted alabama state police. Tell them to go to ten. I go to your church. This march will not fit and they stop to pray stampeded by mounted police wack with billy clubs completely kind of obscene c. And when has to remember this is during the middle of the cold war so only is this obscene. Sound right is also embarrassing. While america is trying to lecture the soviet union the eastern bloc about democracy here the seams people who want to vote and comes and so these scenes go round the world amid shock the world at times history and fate meet at a single time in a single place to shape a turning point and man's unending search for freedom so it was at lexington and concord so it while the century ago at apple mattocks so it was last week and sell my alabama a few months later. Johnson gets the voting rights. Act passer so hundred years after the civil war after back is finally get concentrated in inau their right to vote. That's how long it took. It is wrong deadly wrong to deny any of your fellow. Americans the right to vote in this country. What did it mean for the main parties that there was now going to pay this huge surge in voting among african americans while it shifted them. Completely that the weirdly the democratic party had been a coalition of something racists and northern liberals So all of the people who were involved in suppressing african americans Whether they were trying to vote they were democrats in the south. Lincoln should not be forget was a republican who which is why the southerners didn't like him and didn't let the republicans so what happens is when lyndon johnson passes civil rights act in sixty four. He says we've lost the south regeneration that been two generations now back he was right. The democrats had them lost. The south regeneration. Actually lyndon johnson was one of those seven democrats from texas. Meanwhile the republicans decide. There's an opportunity for us here. We can make coalition of white people in the south and white people in the suburbs of the north around wideness around kind of that sense of racial fear. But we have to be careful. We can't do what the southern democrats did than just throw around apathetic. Some talk in a racist way. We're going to have to be careful. We are going to have to use a kind of coded racism and that was called nixon southern strategy you may explained it to his chief of south he said you gotta start out from the recognition that the problem is really all about the blacks and then you have to do that without actually saying it. Santa's are necessary ingredient of change but this system of government that provides for peaceful change. There is no cause that justifies resort to violence. Reagan talked about welfare mounts chicago. They found a woman who holds the record. She used eighty names thirty addresses. Fifteen telephone numbers to collect food stamps. Social security veterans benefits for four non existent veteran's husband george. Bush senior ran. The willie horton ad which was about a black rapist. Who raped again while he was on thoroughly allowed. First degree murderers to have weekend passes from prison. One was willie horton. Who murdered a boy and robbery stabbing him. Nineteen picture of this dangerous black man and that was one of the ads and even the democrats play the loan with this. So bill clinton flew home to arkansas during his campaign in ninety two to oversee the execution going on going arkansas. Yeah we've got an execution of the need to do this the execution of parcel. Your bottom is black. Man with ray rector who was so diminished these mental capacity there for his last meal he said he would save his desert until later so they all play their because obama couldn't pay they all played this game Let's talk about obama because you know it's comfortable and nice to think of his election as a landmark moment in a positive way as the first african american president of the united states in two thousand and eight. Those web wondered if america's beacon still burns as bright tonight. We proved once more that the true strength of our nation comes not from the might of our arms or the scale of our wealth but from the enduring power of our ideals democracy liberty opportunity and unyielding hope from reading. What you've written carry. It seems to me the it was also an incredibly significant turning point when it comes to racism in a negative direction were very much so and he. He says in his new autobiography promised. Land in a trump was a product of this kind of wayang about having this black man in the white house. And i would come go south. I don't think it was just a. He was black. he was black. His father was an immigrant. His father was a lapsed muslim at a time when america was losing its wars. He was mixed race all of those things kind of met. The ah bama embodied precisely the future that significant number of americans was scheduled because in twenty forty five white people be a minority and in in two thousand twelve ahead of the selection between obama mitt romney with republicans polling down to zero among african americans south carolina. Senator lindsey graham said we are not generating enough angry white guys to stay in business in the long term. And i suppose one way that you might respond to the fear of losing all support of african american voters to think about how you might appeal to those voters. But that wasn't the route that the republican party talk at that time in fans in twenty thirty when a- bama was losing hold of power in many ways the republicans had taken control of both the house of representatives and the senate the before there came a really key shift in terms of voting rights and actually happen in the supreme court. Tell us what happened. That's right in the case of shelby. Alabama vs holder justice. Racial discrimination in voting has ended that there none anywhere. I think the world is not perfect. One we're not arguing perfectibility. Were saying that. There's no evidence at the jurisdictions that are called out by the formula are the places. The supreme court ruled five to four that key. Sections of the voting rights act are obsolete that they related to a south not longer existed. They relate to problem southern racism. That was not what it was and therefore it was no longer necessary and they basically got the voting rights act which means that from then on certain states in the south. Didn't have to ask a high accord before they change their voting rules. They could just do it. I'm within hours of that. Being passed by texas and mississippi decided to implement voter ideals which particularly onerous for the black of the poor. And the young if you don't have the driving licence. I mean georgia. They cut the number of polling places by ten percent and most of those are cut in minority areas and right up until two thousand eighteen in the gubernatorial race. Mr kemp runs against stacey. Abrams and he purges tens of thousands of voters on the simple basis because they didn't vote last time lab voted in the last couple of elections. They might be dead and many whole other registrations on hold for minor discrepancies. They missed the hyphen in their name or the habit in the moment one thing in the number he wins very narrowly by just fifty four thousand. I think seven hundred votes. I acknowledge that former secretary of state. Brian kemp will be certified as the victor and the twenty eighteen gubernatorial election but to watch an elected official who claims to represent the people in this state baldly pin his hopes for election on the suppression of the people's democratic right to vote has been that big move that you talked about in two thousand thirteen came down to the supreme core and in four years. That trump has been in power. He's not only changed the face of america's most senior corps to make it a big conservative. Majority he's also pointed. Twenty-five percent of senior federal judges a ninety two percent of them a white man these a lifetime appointees so the institutions that matter most in america have been stacked against minorities. Haven't they in a very short period of time. Oh yeah. I mean trump's legacy and if people are curious about well how can some people vote for him and insists this this and so on is because he delivered he delivered. Judges deliver tax cuts delivered deregulation and an offer not when it comes to voting rights. An awful lot of trump's legacy will be in the which is why one has to separate trump who is his own bizarre idiosyncratic creation and trumpism which has a longer tradition. Which you know talk about george wallace from alabama in the sixties or any number of kind of racist characters in american history. That trumpism a new name for thing. That tradition will continue because he he has been very effective in putting certain group of people in positions of power and the costs have parents coming up. Given the republicans have lost the popular vote. Again will the pate change its approach. You look tired. I take the caffeine toothpaste and adrenaline face. Serum aren't working. Well maybe you should ask santa for a nectar mattress this year. And if the big guy brings you another unicorn finger. Puppet don't worry because mattresses start at just four hundred ninety nine dollars and she gets three hundred ninety nine dollars in accessories thrown in as well as at three hundred sixty five night home trial and a forever warranty goto nectar sleep dot com today. Okay kerry what you are. Laying out is the ways in which republicans have over the years and decades try to overcome demographic shifts that have favored the democratic party but those demographic changes are becoming overwhelming them. Along with huge turnout drive had huge impact this month for joe biden ultimately trying to stop black people from voting isn't going to be enough republicans. So what demographic picture are they looking at going forward and how do you think that they will respond to that. Is trump has gone down in flames. Outliving something different. Didn't joe biden one by one percent or less in several prices and so trump wouldn't have had to shifted much to one. It's not like when it comes to their base. it's not like republicans. Have anything else going at the moment. it's not like there is. There is no closeable credible. Viable resistance to trump is in within the republican party. If you take lindsey graham south carolina senator who called trump kook when he was standing. Who's now kind of fully paid up. Member republicans are afraid of the dice. And so even though. It's not a winning formula. Presidentially in every chemist cycle able get harder. Is that they kind of. It's not like they have developed an alternative that will tentatives are are out there. An alternative worst suggested in the past so. I think we're going to have to wait for the fever to break. But what he did was sufficiently bible sufficiently competitive for republicans for the time being suddenly together with him and finally is there a real challenge here for democrats as you point out. It wasn't the landslide. Victory that they were hoping for and while they did win the overwhelming majority of african americans who did turn out for biden almost a third of latino voters and a third of asian american voters back trump. I mean you've talked about the reasons that this election result will worry republicans. Do you think democrats will be looking at some of the trends and feeling nervous. I think they might. I think they might look at relatives voter turnout of the absolute snaps in rural areas. And things like that. But if i if i was a democratic party graham grandes significant would be. I would be most concerned about the mix for the day. Have to deliver something and whatever they deliver. They're coming in the middle of a pandemic of economic oppression and crisis in a country where wages were already stagnated and people were ready. Cynical biden has to produce something transformative. He has to change. People's lives concretely. It won't be enough to staunch the bleeding. He has to do something big. Which is why. I mentioned lyndon johnson. There was nothing linden. Johnson's pask to suggest that he would be transformative. Printing back was introduced medicaid medicare and the voting rights act the civil rights act but he started his presidency with jfk's assassination. And he says well. What is the presidency fall. When he's told don't go for civil rights you'll never get through and selling says wants a presidency for. He was a man who knew how to reach across the aisle to the wheels and deals to twist arms and so on. Which is what biden's was supposed to be. You didn't have particularly a history of kind of being effective or campaigning. Particularly well on any of these issues you ended up being. I would say the must have sold of president since mobile over standing news about biden's going to have to jeez because otherwise in four years time everything gets harder the cynicism grabs the disillusionment grows and people once again look for someone who can disrupt the status quo and swear how mary passed. That's how trump won says. If left doesn't happen believing that could be worse. Gary young thank you. That was gary young. Do read his brilliant writing on this go to the guardian dot com and search for the long read counted out trump's desperate fight to stop the minority. Vote if you missed. Jonathan freedland interview with barrack. Obama in we can. You can also read that and do follow a guardian. Us team as the fallout of the twenty twenty election goes on. That's it for today. My thanks to gary young. And thanks to you for listening and for all your reviews and tweets. We do appreciate your feedback. 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John Oliver | Trump Rambles on Speakerphone During Fake GOP Voter Fraud Hearing: A Closer Look

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

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John Oliver | Trump Rambles on Speakerphone During Fake GOP Voter Fraud Hearing: A Closer Look

"The following the news yesterday that the stock markets dow jones industrial average. Hit an all time high thirty thousand points. President trump interrupted a white house. Press briefing to take credit for the milestone dude. It's because you're leaving. That's like harvey weinstein taking credit. For how much safer everyone feels in hollywood now from thirty rockefeller plaza in new york city. Please enjoy this. Podcast edition of late night with seth meyers on today's show. That's john oliver. But first a closer look. President elect joe biden is moving ahead with the transition and announcing cabinet picks. Meanwhile the outgoing president and his gang of very bad lawyers or laying the groundwork to spend four years baselessly claiming the election was stolen from him for more on this. It's time for closer. Look one thing we know for sure about donald trump is he will never unequivocally concede he might not even leave the white house. They're either going to have to open the roof like a tuna can scrape them out with a spoon or let him stay in the lincoln bedroom because his idea for a golf themed beatles cover band the fab forward in workout known. We have to leave. But we're doing so you owe it. No no how. 'bout this one can't find out if the band is going to take off now At winding course that is up. I for or like donald but what we know trump knows. The endgame is near as that with few exceptions. We've barely seen or heard from him today. Trump called into a fake hearing. Rudy giuliani in pennsylvania. Republicans held in a hotel ballroom. Then put him on. Speaker held the phone up to the mic and let them ramble incoherently about overturning. The election results appreciate being asked to speak. And i'm in the oval office right now and it's very interesting to see what's going on and this was an election that we want easily so this was a very sad to say this election was rigged and we can't let that happen. We can't let it happen for our country and this election has to be turned around because we won pennsylvania by a lot and we won all of these swing states by a lot. If you were a republican poll watcher. You were treated like a dog. Why wouldn't they overturned it election. Certainly overturn it in your state. Because we have other states enter just as bad and they talk about closed circuit television. Except you couldn't see because the picture was so unclear didn't even know what they were doing. They could have been playing a baseball game. So i really appreciate it and the country appreciates it and we have to turn the election over no. I've definitely done that with my grandparents. Just put him on speaker so you can wander way and do chores while they complain about the lawn bowling league there and this is what it's going to be like for every american whose family can't travel for thanksgiving three hours zoom. Call where you spend most of the time offscreen chugging wine going. yeah so the recliner came. That's great also. You can't tell because he's wearing a mask. That's actually rudy giuliani. I'm just kidding rudy. Could wear hundred asks and you'd be able to tell it was him because he's the only one leaking seriously. It's hard to describe. Just how pathetic this trump's begging them to overturn the results of an election but just lazily calling in on a speakerphone usually t least wanders out to the white house lawn to bark at reporters like an auctioneer cough syrup but after he lost the election reporters unseen trump in. What felt like a record amount of time. We have not heard from the president on this. We haven't heard from him at all. Isn't taken our questions and over two weeks and while it didn't solve any of the problems that are ingrained in our society. It was such a relief not to hear his voice for a moment there. The whole country felt like that moment. When the guy jack hammering outside your apartment all morning long finally takes a coffee break. You can hear the birds again because you can mute trump on twitter but you can't avoid every screen on earth even with the sound off. Watching trump was stressful. It's like when you see to cab. Drivers pulled over in the middle of the road. Doing this even without words you know. They're not inviting each other thanksgiving. You bring the jobs asked and you make the stuffing moron off two weeks. Two weeks remaining clearly loves talking to cameras. I mean what's going on. I'm guessing someone has to crack. Open his bedroom door every day at two in the afternoon. Say to a lump of blankets. Mr president mr president. Do you want to talk to the american people today. No we think they're good. Idea is covert good. No no not yet. Do we win michigan. No we lost it again today Maybe we'll win tomorrow. Could ask you something sure. Mr president is rudy a bad lawyer. Yeah yeah we think so. Yeah i think so too but then yesterday the dow climbed over thirty thousand for the first time ever which was enough for trump to throw off the do pull on some pants and give it weird and totally unprompted press conferences. Seem to be about nothing in particular lasted almost exactly one minute. Thank you very much. I just wanna congratulate everybody. The stock market dow jones industrial average. Just hit thirty. Thousand which is the highest in history. We've never broken thirty thousand. Never been broken that number. That's a sacred number thirty thousand. Nobody thought that ever see it. And i just want to congratulate all the people within the administration that worked so hard and most importantly. I want to congratulate the people of our country because there are no people like you. Thank you very much. Everybody thank you look. I know it doesn't really matter and we'll be forgotten me but nothing hammers home. The for donald trump prays to more than him referring to the dow hitting thirty thousand as sacred number. In fact it reminds me of my favorite him money. Money money money money still. It was so strange to see a guy that long winded self-obsessed keep his comments that brief. That'd be like turning to your uncle at thanksgiving and saying paul. Do you have anything to add about paper straws or gender pronouns. Paul says. I only like to say this turkey is the bomb and then you all say thanks for the fact that uncle paul finally discovered. Cbd dummies trump. just wandered in rambled for a minute around random stuff that's just in. The news congratulated the american people for something then left. I guess that was his onto cincinnati. Moment trump's gonna start wandering around the white house lawn in a sleeveless hoodie. But i guess that's the closest we're going to get not a concession but sensation of wining. The general services administration is finally allowed. The transition and move forward in the white house is finally allowed biden. The start receiving the presidential daily brief. It really feels like in his enlarged heart. Trump knows this is over. But that doesn't mean he'll stop claiming it was rigged and stolen from him and his allies. They're trying to create a mythology for their supporters and election. Truth-ler ism that will animate their base and become canon on fox news and in the right wing cinematic universe for years to come for example an arizona. Congressman named. Paul gosar tweeted this week. The america first agenda is just in its infancy. They're seventy five million of us. Also did you know. Some japanese soldiers kept fighting for decades after the war. And i guess they eventually one and that's why we all speak japanese and have beautiful gardens. Cool trivia though. Is your social media manager their kid for jerry. Maguire there are seventy five million of us also. Did you know that humid headways eight pounds. Incidentally that's the guy goes dr who siblings his democratic opponent. Not just one or two of them. Six of his siblings. That's like my whole family. Went on james corden's thanksgiving show which is now gonna happen. Dad you have a contract. That's right six ago started. Siblings said to vote for his opponent. That if that happened to me. Not only what i get out of politics. I would get out of the country and moved to some small island where no one has televisions or electricity or has ever heard of me and even then i'd probably end up getting killed by a hundred and seven year. Old japanese soldier didn't know the war was over. This is basically the same scam. Trump in his gang of racist liars pulled with birtherism. For example trump keeps promising. This scooby doo villain. Reunion is turning up evidence that will prove the election was rigged. The president again tweeted. Massive voter fraud will be shown big voter fraud information coming out concerning georgia stay tuned. Why joe biden so quickly forming a cabinet when my investigators have found hundreds of thousands of votes enough to flip at least four states are big lawsuit which spells out in great detail. All the ballot fraud and more will soon be filed rigged election. Your big lawsuit has been filed yet and what we're all those other lawsuits practice just working out the kinks now. Remind me who am. I supposed to be talking to the guy in the road where the guy in the hallway with them up generally speaking if you're alleging massive unprecedented coordinated plan to rig national election and have the evidence to prove it you don't file fake lawsuits and then wait three weeks to file your big one. He's treating court cases. The way. Fred sanford treated heart attacks for the kids. Throw in one joke for the kids. Also as you heard there. Trump claimed his quote. Investigators found hundreds of thousands of fraudulent votes and then he will soon be presenting that information to the world which is exactly the same lie. He used for years during his racist birther crusade. He may not have been born in this country. And i'll tell you what three weeks ago. I thought he was born in this country right now. Have some real doubts. I have people that actually have been studying it and they cannot believe what they're finding. You have people now. Dan searching. I mean in hawaii absolutely and they cannot believe what they're finding. Of course. the lease believable part is that trump would pay for anyone to fly to hawaii in. It'd be did i bet. There are a ton of connections on that itinerary. Okay i need you to get who as have now you'll be taken a southwest flight to baltimore out of islip from there to bus delays and there's important and then next one of you has to pretend to be under two. I don't know how you're the investigators. Don't you have disguises. Trump's election truth ism is very much like birtherism and insane conspiracy theory. That's also a scam to animate his base. One of trump's sort of lawyers. Sydney powell is still claiming the leibman waylon. President chavis teamed up with the cia. The republican governor of georgia voting software company to steal the election as part of a vast plot spread communism across the world. What we are really dealing with here and uncovering more by the a is the massive influence of communists money through venezuela cuba and likely china and the interference with our elections. Here in the united states. georgia's probably going to be the first state. I'm gonna blow up and mr kemp and the secretary of state need to go with it. Because they're in on the dominion scam. Hopefully this week we will. We will get it. Ready to file sitting. What's in it will. It will be biblical. Of course it's only biblical. If the number of votes passes the sacred number of thirty thousand. This is an idea. So psychotic even fox news when taken seriously despite the fact that by their own admission they were eager to believe it. We invited sydney. How on the show we would have given her. The whole hour would have given her the entire week actually and listened quietly the whole time at rapt attention. That's a big story but you never sent us any evidence. Despite a lot of requests polite requests not a page when we kept pressing. She got angry told us to stop contacting. I'm guessing that's not the first time. Sydney powell told someone to stop contacting her. I don't have any your dalmatian. Certainly not hundred one of them a stop contacting me also think about how nuts this scheme is for it to be too crazy for tucker carlson the guy who just like three weeks ago called joe biden hologram turns out. He's now which is a bummer. Because i was looking forward to his appearance with the to polygram next year coach alec but even after tucker went on his own show and said trump's lawyers couldn't provide a shred of proof for they're unhinged conspiracy theory fox news continued repeating vague insinuations that the election was somehow rigged even when they admit the joe biden. One and we'll be the next president. Legal challenges continue in a number of states. Serious questions about vote. Counting poll-watcher access are outstanding. But unless the legal situation changes in a dramatic and franklin unlikely manner joe biden will be inaugurated on january twentieth. Now to say this does not mean. I don't think that this election was rife with problems and potential fraud. I think whenever you look at this election it's become very clear to people that something is very very wrong here. People feel like something is really off with this election. We are far from done with this election through. Twenty twenty presidential election was not fair. No honest person would claim that it was fair. But tucker you yourself tried to get the evidence that it was rigged and the person claiming the evidence wouldn't give it to you. All you did was asking for proof and beggar to come on your show. And she basically filed a restraining order against you. Sydney penetrated tucker carlson. The treat necks keeps trying to contact you through your friends. Stop texting becca and jenny about my new boyfriend and stop asking me for evidence of voter fraud. The cognitive dissonance these people are capable of is truly astonishing their scientologists. I've eliminated all suppressive persons for my life. But if you're suppressing people from your life. Doesn't that make you a suppressive person. Wow you're being a real suppressive person right now. But this is what they want. They don't actually want real proof because it doesn't exist just like trump didn't actually want real proof that barack obama's birth certificate was fraud because it obviously wasn't they wanna manufacture an insane conspiracy theory and violent strain of election truth or that will exist on fox news and in right wing facebook groups for years to come so they can galvanize their base by claiming the election was stolen from them and that and they're unhinged worldview is actually trump who won two hundred seventy electoral votes which isn't course to sacred number. There's been a closer look. Care of is a wellness brand. That makes it easy to maintain your health goals with a customized vitamin plan. That helps you feel your best today and supports you. Long-term olive groves products are formulated with good for you clean. Ingredients that are backed by science your recommendations coming daily individually wrapped packets. 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Full ron burgundy. If all the only thing he guilty of is trusting too much and soon and on that point you will guilty of mode. How are you my friend or you're you're in again. I've talked about how jealous i am. The early on to shoot your show in avoid and when we all came back and stayed in the void. You love devoid. I'm i love the emotional antiseptic atmosphere that this boy provides also lets nothing in nothing. Nothing in my life it's just a completely sterile environments you. You did have a fantastic season finale. You blew up two thousand sixteen four years ago and this year you blew up twenty twenty which arguably deserved it more which is hard to believe which is what we went significantly bigger explosion. And how does it go. How does it come about when you were trying to figure out how to have a bigger explosion. Well it was literally it was just asking explosives experts saying how would you like these big and they were to go. I don't know a lot of gasoline. Not make sense. I'm not even show. You need to be an expert just gasoline and that's basically it work so we went and did a did that inequality in new york and it was absolutely amazing. It was awfully stack on a little bit cocky. Having done it for four years ago. I'd said to the guy said look this could be really big on. It's going to be loud. And i said yeah. You said that he gone. It wasn't that bad and he looked at me with total contempt. Said they think four years ago happened and he said to his credit he said look. This is going to. It's going to feel very hall and then for about second harvest gonna feel like you're on fire breaks and that second in the hall belt long because you get to a second you think he's definitely i don't have a point of reference but this feel pretty way go right now and they were all really really impressed flinch to to the point that they were so surprised it became actively hope or just one of the one cup believing a company even if they even went to the monitor afterwards. They look around. You didn't as i guess when you present as a cowards so much it leaves you with a lot of upside for people expect so little. All i expected he just cruel up positioning. You didn't cry. we anticipate what you are inside. I was very impressed as well knowing you were physically there i was. I was very impressed. It was always very bright. I i might have. I might have gone veto. And i'm embarrassed to say it is if we were about to embark on four more years of covering trump presidency and text it a little bit. You actually got to be the first show. Post the election call. Which was on saturday when we were texting. Always about to go and do rehearsal and use it to me. Something like i honestly had be one. I had not until you said that tax. I hadn't thought about it and it really was. There is no more joyful feeling from the sound of a bullet. How was was it. Food tastes better. We've talked about how people will say. Oh my god. That trump era of the comedy writes itself. Which neither your. I would say that. Don't they still say they do. Say that. trying to hurt you. It wouldn't matter as much then. You would internalize like oh you wanna be. You've said something that you know distrust congratulations. It's the genuine question. The pisses me off. You know it's coming a lot now. Well you seem a well equipped for the next era because And i mean this sincerely you've done such a good job of finding insanely depressing things that have nothing to do with donald trump over the years plenty of that then ross so many gigantic systemic problems that i cannot what we had one of the january one of the happiest moments this year as being the end of last week we were talking to research and we go through stories for the upcoming year and it was such a smorgasbord of human misery. Just a bunch of subjects. Not no one in their right mind would try might comedy also and i just felt great thinking this. This look. look at what we're going to be able to the i think that's why it fades into how frustrating it is when people say this must have been fun writing with trump because it's is linked to the residents of elton streets. You're gonna mix freddy krueger. What are you going to dream about now. I don't know anything else. Julie imaginations can run the gamut of human experience. No i'm not gonna spreading. You will be right back with more from dot oliver john. I've always appreciated over the years that if you text me about something we've done on the show. It is something that no one else has liked or commented on. I felt that way about your long running. Adam driver bit then came to a wonderful conclusion without driver can just talk us from the beginning of it. The seeds of where it started to the conclusion of getting the real adam driver the see the initial seed was was of very weird joke out of actually no way and then the water on that seed was back when we had an audience in march feeling real resistance from the audience. Joke they about forty percents enjoyed it and it locked in my head of old. Let's let's let's do this again so we did it as a kolpak. A few weeks later and they weren't really happy to have it back and so at that point it became something of an obsession in in our in our staff and A few months into the bits we kind of we broke. It's one of the writers in britain. Something i don't he even he doesn't seem like you would enjoy this go. It could be over. That was that was as much of a ribbon as it felt we could put on so at that point reached out to him and said. I don't know if you know what we've been doing. There's no easy way into this conversation. We'd be making some comments about you and would you hypothetically be interested in responding towards the end of the year and the message came back from him saying he has heard about it. He thinks it's very strange and he's in a so called grades so we didn't know what what we were going to do. But at least we knew at that point that we had an end in sight and as it turned out what the end song was Was him calling into the show and explaining the waist in which he was going to demolish it was also watching it is a real reminder that adam driver is a terrific actor on unbelievably good. I couldn't see him. I only hear him. And it wasn't until i watched it back eating Look at him. Look in doing acting. As i'm giving him nothing like he's literally performing in front of a tennis ball that's it has the equivalent of what is getting back from me. I such such good acting. Yes in a point where it really was not required. But he he's really he's really flexing bustles. Yeah it wasn't case. And i say this as a fan of a fan of yours when you guys were on the split screen. It was very hard to imagine anyone was watching you. Call me one hundred competently. It was that it was every part of the juxtaposition is brutal. Yeah acting ability physically. Let's not lie together. Carriage leaves like the same species. Badly you you've come here before you run the show before thanksgiving in the past and unfortunately you can't be here live so you missed getting to see the tree. I know how you love stuff like trees on holiday. One of the things are like the most actually is a. You still being tortured by that christmas music round around the thirty. That's still going no because that was for the ice skating rink. So we're actually. It's very the muddled killing spree music. Basically three and a half weeks. The tree got off to a bad start making sure you saw this photo when it went up it was though they asked for like a discount tree because no one was coming this year. It looks better now. But i kind of wish. Don't you wish that it's a huge mistake. They should they should have left it like that. I was so happy when they unveiled. It just started building and stuff about. Yikes that's right is the tree we want. No is it the tree we deserve. Absolutely emphatically yes. It is they should have just hung street. We'd like lights or put it right against thirty rock and like turn it around so you couldn't see the side just lend you on the ground and put a joint back off. I just think that would have been a more fun treated. No one wants a good tree right now. Yeah people wanna live a lie. Come on yeah. It was the year. I agree Congratulated your first. Thanksgiving is an american citizen. John i'm assuming it's a good to be a muted affair. Yeah there's no much going on by the bosnian american. I'm already pushing. The reality of thanksgiving is about further and further down off. Forget about it. I expect nothing less than you. Hey this is a no surprise as always it's a pleasure talking to you Happy thanksgiving happy holidays. Thanks for being. Ready is an absolute pleasure so you may be a while. I won't see you can stream. The seventh season season wally of last week tonight on. Hbo mac late night with seth. 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Help My Boyfriend Is A Dick

Help I Sexted My Boss

36:28 min | 1 year ago

Help My Boyfriend Is A Dick

"Campania is recording. I am yeah. I'm just assuming it's thought just just okay. We're ready hello and welcome to help our sex that my boss. Hello if you haven't heard of said one of the series. You won't know that we aren't being responsible with our social distancing. Yep I'm in my own flats social distance William is with Mikey in his big massive Manchin. Thank you. We're not together but we're not going to let the old corona get in the way of US helping you deal with the everyday dilemmas of modern life. We as always are heavy. Look out I mean. I know there's a lot more on the world. Look how Ram Webcam look out. I'm frozen so this this is completely irrelevant. Complain Ham Jalen now as we speak as I like to call it hummed loop if gotta keep you safe and attentive Pasadena. Town cannot be lifted soon enough. Light Man I'm you know when you've been in bath for too long Balls Kentucky. Not Saying he's not Louis what my line. Anyway what are we Yep salaries five the help I set. My boss is a good excuse to get the our and our laughing crack on as normal. That's what everybody else is doing. A natural way of doing people working from home. Where working from home with cracking on as normal so episode one and two the series was recorded a few weeks ago before the isolation and before the happening laughing. I'm trying to. I'm sorry. Gene Davis William. I'm sorry I just got the giggles because your web. Your webcams only refreshing. Every thirty seconds Benz King. We love microphones propped up on A. Who's who two thousand fifteen? The whole thing's ridiculous okay. Should we come? Yeah right just just Ripalada. 'cause I'M GONNA I'm GonNa tell me we'll share with you. What's happening isolated lives next week but let's go back in time to simply life where we could all bilaterally paper toilet roll at time when we are bogged grow right now. Sit Back. Raise A ged. Hopefully white your ass and some proper actual tyler role and enjoy the second episode of help. I sex that my boss series five Welcome welcome welcome to help my boss. The pus where we help you navigate the challenges of Modern Life. I've seen your twenty-first-century questions and finding solutions to everyday dilemmas. Like GENIE TO CHANGE. Your Fox's after going for a real depends how far will you still got one hundred and response from William if the podcast letter and of course what should you do. If you've accidentally sex that you boss books when you usually like Indians. Oh We William Hansen you case now. Thirdly than it's gets you jumping download table. You need to pick three points on side. Slipping down no win Jordan north. I'm more crump. It's your more dump. It one was from lizzy. Lame her come on. Give me the D. I'm more chrome pitcher more. Don't pay reiner genome All yes I had. I had three on Saturday with peanut butter. I'm enjoying crossbones moment right. Get you a little date. Someone told the top awhile I wrote after this you. You're gonNA change boxes then. I'll probably just got strained. Some attractive to you have like Close for the house when you get in from work and then smoking jacket so I have like trekkies. The ones that be better off the same track as the dress. Dress the same Trucks on the house. Because I can't get jobs I six seven o'clock he's just weird stuff that well roundhouse. Chunkys holiday and I've learned about ten nine. Ten o'clock put my stuff bedroom. Want you to stuff a bed. Put WE BOXES OF? I've got some light Pajama bottoms shorts. Actually right I got these shorts from US last year. Can I please John Schultz? Honestly I can only wear remain bats because generally what pajamas housemates have stopped me from earnings. When I'm on the Santini Bollock always pump selling. I don't even know. Why is that what you what all right? Well let signs of my whole life that anyway. Somebody Yeah who? We're going to Lizzie for coming up with that hilarious. I Mo Yo more social areas. Let's toast when the Easter this week. Why don't we toast the person that we wouldn't really be celebrating? East without Mr Kipling. No the Easter Bunny. The STA bumming. You're going to say Jesus Mr Kemp bring these pointing towards the New Testament Account. Remember remember the Easter Bunny. Took my daughter. Your Way to cure what you don't know. What Authority is there? No I think Burnley Word I might Jordan Nice Lancashire. How Are we spelling story? I it's a nickname for a domain therapy common. These women have already out. Did you not have a dome and I did tell me up until a few a day you know when you have to give an age and a kid giving Domi the attached to it just turns and so I remember my mom said to me I was about full maybe five at when just dummying four when the Easter bunny combs is gonNA leave your some eggs Daudi away? 'cause you don't make because you to too old now at a member and did you cry. yeah. I think it did my little nephew which say say. Fu because he always in Omaha white set. You're going to speak today. I shouldn't have them and they might be Burnley where it might be a long streamer either way. Well Ryan is on the Post Easter Bunny. He's got my dummy. Gosh well Easter Bunny Day you have any sort of major dilemmas. Like daughter's going missing. Then you can always wrenching to us our email addresses help sex. My boss Dot Com. Or you can tweet us at Sexton my boss or you can write to William who promises a handwritten reply on his own lightheaded paper. The adjusts for that reply is on our website. Sex DID MY BOSS DOT COM Netflix. What we're talking about. This week was on the cards. When we were in engine breath the to- Yep and I had to go and see the emergency into And he gave me a feeling because one of my old feelings had fallen out. Yeah well that temporary filling. He gave me was made into a permanent filling yesterday. Yes it was I about this because you message. Produce a PAN did Mr Producer Ben. Because ben forwarded on this have listened to this. This is fantastic. This Williams for there's have had filling and this was an old filling APPs they noticed a new one being replaced You have to shake and I'm squeamish with needles And lic little prick and eastbound. Anyway it makes you listen to podcasts of the first time I promise you. Don't get much better than this. I'll be like that. We we go about low Is How we scrape the barrel. But it makes you mouth numb. Basically so I am. Ben Wants to know something so I think I messaged him. Yeah have a listen to this. High Ben Cartwright smaller to say no just shilling pissed I wish uplifting voice all hopefully fall off by Boileau hope you have a loved? The author do goodbye because of where it was on my mouth. It made it particularly bad. Did it monkey thought it was hysterical. You tell like a puppet posh story Bob Helping. I wasn't sure that it would. It would carry on until today's recording but thankfully Larry's of chip not play rugby playing rugby. How Butch AIDS wash your seven still lack of position where you were what position in rugby park adults as far as a now. I don't know much about rugby. That was going to play rugby. Union football school. Yeah no if you get my drift. No the first high school that went through the played rugby highschool America. We call our secondary school high school. Nineteen we call it a high school. The other thing that came back to me. You know when we've talked about this last week when you came to my house for Uber thanks for your thirtieth birthday soiree. Big Birthday you're going to be in William Hansen's house eating chicken slowly got andrew income wine and Gin Older set what's the Fazul lifestyle and my neighbor did that. Nice type cheesecake foldout sickly though after a bit we are at second base. Yeah though flight three it would. I'm not saying it's best cheesecake effort to 'cause we two slices thinly. She did have no one else to his. Glenda's in the corner nobody Barbara but when we then we moved on after pudding we did British style and we then moved on and had cheese. If you're in front of the chiefs before the pushing s French and as Godson left the keys before he pudding I wanted to add a revolution and you clearly don't know the etiquette of cheese board because everyone picture as you chopped off the nose of the Bray. What is that? I didn't even know cheese out of face. Never minded knows. What are you going on about here right? So you're going to try and get a piece of bree. Yeah the because. Obviously that cheese doesn't start off as triangle it starts off as circle which is then portioned up into triangle and the best bid. Cheesemakers tell you is in the center of the center of that circle. I never knew that the most intense milky creamy flavor in the instance of abry or combat or something like that. And so if you then cut the nose off the triangle portion of cheese you on taking the best bit for yourself and not sharing it with the group which is thus bad mattis the educator for cheese voters you keep the triangle and cuss along the long pieces of the cheese so everyone gets a little bit of the middle about when you're spending day really. I think that's a different process. Yeah yeah sorry for my birthday I can do it a one well and that's why we probably let you off but in future if you ever get invited bank. Don't I think the knows the cheesy moment? That's actually probably Oh shit. They can't be any less of you. Hey come on from. The cooker are sorry Anyway so please. Please remember that future. Now's your wardrobe. Oh Yeah Been Fixed. Wardrobe issues Is a bloody nightmare. William I'M NOT GONNA lie to Ya I have to So basically they came measured. My fitted wardrobe collapsed on me. When I was rearranged in a few weeks ago they came a measured it up and then they fitted while I fought was going to be a much in wardrobe. They basically came in small room. I'm what can describe as a children's Doll House now? I have a lot of close. None of them closed at each one of those four and none of your clothes fit is one of those cheap light. Pm Bogging 's wardrobes. You know the ones I mean the ones used at Uni you know those. Woah jobs that everyone out the basic ones. So yeah you have actually complained a new Because you sent to me. You'll complain. Yeah very strong worded letter to my estate agent. Hi Debbie thanks for sorting my cupboard issues. So quickly really do appreciate him. Who Don't really nice unfairly. Remind Gene Davis I. Hey confrontation like I hate icon cope with it. Unfortunately the cupboard to that was fished on Wednesday wasn't exactly what I was expecting. I was under the impression it should be a fitted wardrobe or at least a large one as you can see from the attached fish graphs in new covered is quite small compared to the last one and will not fit all my clothes in. I mean this with the utmost respect but it's also quite cheap looking you and really doesn't go with my room. Oh my God was also damaged and scuffed see last pick champ. I'm really not happy with it. I've ordered a large clothes trail that will arrive tomorrow. I know this is a difficult situation. But could you please arrange for Dave or someone else to come and collect things? I've got misses all right coming. Connect and maybe take back to the original buyer again. Thank you for sorting this out. I know you're really busy and sorry if I'm being hard work Jordan. Ps for free to call anytime. If you'd like to. Wow I mean you changed. What's wrong with that. What's wrong with that fall to your life? This is a bit of a problem. I'm really sorry I'm really sorry. Honey please going as a thanks. What would you have put up shy? The wardrobe is not Not In keeping with It was originally appetizers at the rim speeches. And that's why you have no friends and people don't like you. Why nearly bankrupt because nobody wants to spend money on your business anymore just speaking the truth bitch. Business work six days a week. I don't know I'm going to ask you this question but I'm GonNa get you anyway. All you can key because a few people one person in particular keeps messaging me and I mean keeps asking if I know if you'll kinky because they're assuming several episodes last series where you would mention handcuffs. No I know this is the rights. Basically it's because I I mentioned putting your hand over then handcuffs on a I mentioned handcuffs said I know my handcuffs joking and Texan Gordon. Who AIN'T GONNA? They don't purpose a new out saying makes a change. I mean what question to us are. You can see it depends of what's your definition of Kinky. What few down this king. I've been title where Jesse L. Bell. What was your worst addressing him. Silk Caution will call Jane. Nail cutting caution was tied on going. Good I'm not your definition of Kinky of inspiring new wonder. I'm not working anymore commodity. We'll me for a stall on the fly squads. Well he left a really fly. Squat fly swats whoever's called on hygiene ache after really Markham. Ers was this recently now recently. We you know I do want to know ping pong ball really so announced not yes. I'm I'm joking. I'm joking. What they called about for Ping Pong. I haven't been right for what it's worth. I'm joking I've never been spanked for. I was once on holiday. When we make we make want me on the ping pong by any frigging but Nah. I won't say I was Kinky Villa. I don't want to the private. I don't WanNa talk. You basically just have well. We have to boil wash my dressing gown when I got back of you. Would you say your kin key absolutely not snow. No I bet my case is it true. He likes to wear uniform in bed and no last night because he would not many way Neo Battery. Movies were boots on what you know. What the Kinky thing you've ever done probably left the bedding more than seven days. U. T. Ball Star. No No. I'm not no. I'm not kinky. I don't think I've been pitched them. I'm whoever wrote in asking Jordan's King is one thing I would have good. Thanks for clarifying. No I'm not kidding and now ladies and gentlemen it's time for Jordan's Jake of the week is if we can get me phone. See our Lisa this week. How is Allie? He's all right? Yeah he's got. I was mocked by seven twelve last night. I'll tell you to put off to the right. Welcome back so my Jordan's Jelly joke. If the week as I was mocked by seven twelve last night now surely surely monk by six six saw sold the Shit. I was sorry. Should have you can't even tell it again. I was moved by six dwarfs last night. Not Happy Listeners. Questions Oh look beautiful handwriting. Wow look at this from Anna Jackson. Look and she's got her own bespoke stationery. That's beautiful. It is beautiful handwriting. She's killed a wise and everything. Yes dear William and Jordan brackets and produce Ben Law. I have been waiting to receive my career. Let's pay before writing to you. I love the poll Karston. Hope you can help me with the following question. I enjoy Internet shopping however my partner and I said junior doctors so we are really in the flat even at the weekend because of this apostles end up being delivered to a neighbor. I did not think this is a problem as I would be more than happy to accept delivery on their behalf. We have an elderly neighbor who we often drop off and pick up from the local working men's club and he used to accept however his daughter has recently moved in and started to reject apostles. This is complicated. Things as we have listed his address as a safe place in this modern age. What is the etiquette of having parcels delivered when you may not be in? Is it acceptable to request muscles to be left with an APP? Is it rude to Reject Apostle? You'll sincerely Anna Jax. I am thinking what some people are so article. What's wrong in taking policy naval? If is all the time I know you'd get annoyed. A few is collecting parcels. Yoneda because my name is one of very close friends. Yeah I think it's a bit re to reject the I dunno if it depends. Oh I think I probably go and talk to the man the the person you change the working men's Club and say Oh have we have. We upset your daughter. She seems to be rejecting or would you prefer is not to get parcels delivered. I thought it was okay to know I the thing is. It's tit for tat. You do something for him. Back door relied listen. You can't apply you working class. Burnley or flower dot up from working men's Club all time we've gotten arrangement plus junior doctors from working every hour. God sentence also ask you check him in. You've only moved in because he's on his way out and you think you're going to get the flat so so itself out a couple times a week. I'm asking for few deliveries today. House snot much out. Carry on picking data hope from the recommended club while you feed off his inheritance. Oh you move. That's the other nasty bitch McConnell That's why I like you from a moment ago as I'm getting older now there's two things started to realize I'm getting more and more moment. Keep saying as well now. I promise I'd never turn into that. Keep saying Bars and what? I'm paying for stuff going. Oh what's the damage and your tongue? After four percent goes who full percentage is that Wendy north? This is by Yuki shut up and all on sale shrank. You'll about a well time like an Next question during Cold Wendy. This is a An email from Rian we can. I said I'm ran on a sandwich because we didn't show me doesn't sign it off. He's saying that's where you're GONNA be on the floor. D. wouldn't even Jordan correct way round. Just feed him massive fan of podcasts. So can't wait for the delight series. Four hasn't store respectfully big fantasy. Think we're on the series series five. Ryota get with the program in a very early episode. You touched on tea and coffee and the etiquette when getting a brew in the workplace however in an earlier job of mine. While I was training there was an expectation. The knees make the teas and coffees. Oh I was always the bridge. I still have now. Don't drink kinky identity like scalded Waterman nickelsville thing. I don't know I don't I don't drink either so never go to make one feel. It was wrong of me to be expected to make them when one identity. How to and to. I'm not going to get anything out of making it for others. Is it wrong with me to assume this? I shouldn't have to do it for those reasons or should I be more willing to do it. It also wasn't a part of the day to day aspects of the job. Hopefully get a reply. Soon reason I hate brew in the place. It's way site two o'clock in afternoon and it stopped time where everyone's wanting to bro. And you know if you go to the kitchen and you've got say anyone want to about four or five people will so you kind of all sterry outside some documentary? The workers are that that's focused that that asks they're all waiting for Abreu. Who will be the first to be brave enough to enter the kitchen? And then yeah so. My advice is is nothing worse when you have to brew up for everybody else even our own. I always make Jack Bu Job. Bridge briefy cells. My advice is do it once twice a week but don't be that person does everyday and say some things he colleagues do it do jokingly so you've not met approve this week got biscuits cobre while she told you my solution for this before and I appreciate this comes from someone who has never well other than a couple of weeks never really work in office. Yeah Company Twenty. Twenty one launches at the House of Lords. You really do all this insane really a anyway. What's your advice? It's very it's too easy. Okay coffee is because everyone has different. And I've said this before woman shush no no rowing. No filters tastes amazing. No building of praying tray of Thompson sources at tea pot. Or put the T. banks in if you're doing it the the awful teabag way you'd give everyone blank go round with a tray of milk cold fatigue. Hope for coffee and white sugar fatigue brown sugar for coffee and you go around and you get them to add in the milk and sugar to their own preferences about show. It's more efficient. And then you're just standing holding one tray. You go around all the desks. They take the thing to do it. Jobs done. Don't be approve. H unless you started out in radio because that's how you start out. That was my first job making tea. Coffee STILL IS I. Remember how all the presenters and that he said Radio Five Live and producers like the outdid Richard Bacon like his team. He likes it quite strong sometimes block. Okay another one. I've come a long way Jordan. And William and high is to produce the voice so sorry Stoke City goals. Sorry William I know you will disapprove of me putting Jordan I. I really fancy him. What can I just say? Why can I have some love from the gays? Could someone not right in and just I really care. If you don't. I'm very happy with my pillow. You'll happy with you. Mrs. I'm happy with Mikey. But could someone not just Ryan and go? Oh William I saw. That's what's keeping up appearances. And listen to show Mendez together that sort of thing because somebody not do that once. Why is it always about you? I've told you William you've gotta face a mother could love. That was a joke that was. I think very handsome. Oh you're so sincere. I think you just said that we should be from amber all of you. It's just -nificant happen. He's in love with his. Mrs Right never say never anything help. My boyfriend is a bell and she says yes it does. Oh Sorry Emba. Help my friends as a matter of really. He hopes nonstop abounds himself always trying to show off about his job and knowledge on everything. He talks over my friend when she tries to speak. And then belittles. He is arrogant rude and has also freakishly tiny hands. He once famously quoted in reference to send friend. I didn't really like tinder profile. I just thought I could get a shakeout of this was in front of her. I was livid since then I have tried to avoid going to their house unless he is working nights and to even put off having a wisdom tooth removed because he works in the hospital department and I don't want to have his tiny hens. My mouth sounds like Donald Trump. Do I suck it up? And keep quiet trusting. My friend is happy and if she loves him then I should respect that or do I say that I think he has an insufferable dickhead and she could do way best la. You'll suffer Bali so check. Great would you? I mean I'd be called the C word. Play if someone said to me. You are insufferable as like your excellent advice would be much appreciated in this matter. Love and exceedingly happy to have you both back. I shall enjoy a very large tonight and celebration of your return. I will I am but that was a great lawyer and you sound like a girl is after me on so pens to set in my stop encouraging you know fled look we. We all have some of our friends. They are free agents they are. They are free to choose who they wish to Jason. We've only had friends who that boyfriend girlfriend at times. We haven't liked looking at me not sure we have friends that from time to time. Choose to go out whether it's long term short term and dates or been relationship with people. We don't like true and you're absolutely right. You're friends with the friend. That partner stunned. Mikey Daniel Mrs and Yeah you just you just have to write down basically I actually agree billionaire. You'll be the bad guy if I if the boy in this instance amber if the boy is a twitch the you'll friend will soon discover the Fed up. I think right will any wrong. We'll be right to An also be Catholic split so we don't go welcomes blazing. Because I've done it before we go. I never liked him. He was an also. It went goldfield extent to which they get together. No member what you said. So just leave and so she's with someone else. If you don't Su go is always talk over. Yeah Yeah we announce that kind of thing question have on instagram. Dm He slid into our DM's. Thank you rob. Do you really have the D. every episode or is it just for show and sometimes you just have a pomegranate juice? Can you post photo proof? You enjoying the de well can if anyone ever date. I Davis it loosens as hope I mean. Have you not heard me speak? It's like lubricant for the body lubricant for the mouth. Yes it so we can delight you. Orly yeah no we have a few like sometimes get more pets than over depends what time recalled the episode. I'm all right at the moment or do over eleven. Oh virtually reminded me on this point. No it's not that I show. We pissed them. Yes we do. We do One more question. Well this this one is something that came into us. One on our live shows low key because obviously we we part the show is would only give too much away The second part of the show is is basically questions from the audience. Some of them. We don't get time to read out so this is one of them. I work in a hospital and Princess Anne brackets. Not Margaret is due to visit in a full night which one shea the Queen's daughter the oldest author Bienvenido Shia so she washes the etiquette of offering her the D. I also known as polite to ask after people's families who should I also call Andrew Harry Omega well first of all. I'M GONNA in a House. Your who's been in a spot above lately or hurry to be fair. Yes I think in in the rural families regardless of who you meet. You don't actually ask any direct questions. Know socially it's nice to ask after people's families but actually when it comes to members of the family. You don't ask questions in A. How's your day? Bean Ma'am or thought. Was your mother thinking meshing presented. Your News Naito anything like that. It's not the sort of thing that you'd see. You not make small tales and they will drive compensation they are very good at driving the compensation. That's one thing I'm good at. You know driving the conversation to meet increasing stuff. It does you. You just have conversations you the whole story talking episode if this is your life for every time we mention Greece some who've come with amber. Oh this year mom. Where's your mom from? Oh Mom when did you have emba? Oh tell c-section or did you push around. Oh let me know you just goes on forever. He comes highly. Thank you for coming. I hope Goodbye Williams the end of a live. Show a place to be. I've I like to talk to people and meet the people that WANNA come to see us on our shows. You where we like to take you that we blew the on sanitizer but we've got Q.'s. Going around the block. Because we're very fortunate and you take forever and I give you a nudge and you don't get it. Come on come on sorry for being nice I mean I I again grungy mouth but you probably like I am not King K. I'm not because I remember the last time I know we're even well. We we finished. Okay what what did we learn? Well Jordan loves the DRESSING GOWN CORD from time to time. Once we've learned that you know you do sometimes have to just cope with who your friends are going out with To suck it up and get on with it. We've also learned that this etiquette for cheese boards. Don't knows yes and actually if it's a rectangular cheese Cheddar or Lancashire Cheese. The new cuss along the shorter links. Not Llangollen Oh yes I mean. That's mainly practicality thing and belief isn't around cheese and goat cheese or boss out something like that then cut. Triangles answer that baby bell. Would you just pulled up against trying something new and I'm not really thrilled about shit. Oh wait to sell something. If you give us a five star review a new five star review. You couldn't do this if you've never reviewed us before. Basically I will reach out anything that you writes in your five-star reviews. Whether I like it or I it's obviously not bigoted. I will reach a town. That's our only conditioned this big. It's not welcome so go on your apple podcast APP Lever View. And it's not big on the neighbor manifesto. I should read sound. Yeah go on. She's five so this is a good way of Getting five star reviews if it was plant goodbye.

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Friday, October 26: Return to Sender

Start Here

22:51 min | 3 years ago

Friday, October 26: Return to Sender

"It's Friday October twenty six every postal worker in America knows what to look for. There's a lot of male out there and a suspect is still on the loose. We start here. Investigators descend on Florida searching for whoever sending suspected nailbombs. They can even try the fingerprints from the Cape that appeared on the envelope. We'll tell you what brought them there. A midterm race heats up after cries of voter suppression, your applications to vote that are being held right now because supposedly irregularities this was already considered a canary in the political coal mine. White Democrats have georgiana their mind and his troops. Get ready to head to the border wire migrants soldiering on what you have is gang members that have taken over certain neighborhood what it's really like in Honduras. From ABC news. This is start here. I'm Brad milkey. We wondered if there might be more. And there were when suspected explosive devices started turning up in the mail bound for President Obama and Hillary Clinton and Eric Holder. That was scary enough one envelope each complete with six American flag stamps and a suspected pipe bomb. Then investigators started realizing some of these figures were getting more than one package congresswoman, Maxine Waters had to address to her one in Washington wonder, where California office to envelopes bearing Joe Biden's name turned up and Delaware. Then it was not just political figures anymore. An explosive was sent to the actor Robert deniro who shared one thing in common with each of these people very public criticism of President Trump. It's no longer down with trumpets. Then yesterday afternoon. ABC news got a scoop from two officials briefed on the investigation, they said despite all the talk of careers and handle liveries, all these packages did go through the mail system. They just weren't all properly postmarked. So then the question became where were they mailed from last night the FBI on the move right now sources telling ABC news, they have promising leads directing investigators to south Florida where those suspected bombs may have been mailed from. Let's bring in two of our top reporters on this story. ABC's? Eric Katersky from our investigative unit and ABC's, Jack, Dante who covers Justice Aaron let me start with you. Investigators are in south Florida this morning. Why why are they they're south Florida emerged as a focus after the investigators were led there by some of the forensic evidence that they were able to obtain from the undetonated devices they were also interested in some of the history of threats against Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the Florida congresswoman why her because she. She is the common denominator in all ten suspicious envelopes because that's her return address. And so a thirties have gone back to look at the history of threats against her that combined with some of the forensic analysis. They've been doing on the undetonated devices led them to south Florida. And that is emerging as a significant focus of the investigation bread on Jack you've been reporting on where these envelopes are coming from how fruitful could those be their fruitful in that it generates other postal leads you can run back. So what once you sort of have a general area? Well that post office is going to be in the neighborhood. Neighborhood's going to have all kinds of activity. Sometimes there's stores surveillance cameras. Those kinds of things if it was dropped in a post office or a postbox if they can trace it back to the exact postbox. Well, then you know, that's going to be a place. They're going to want to look for cameras or or witnesses or things like that. Besides the, you know, zip code or post office, or whatever you've talked to sources an analyst what else can they glean from what they've. So far, they can glean a lot from a little bit. And in a rather perverse irony. The more devices that are out there. The better the chances at some forensic evidence. Because these are undetonated they don't have to go collecting scraps. They can try and trace the origin of the components. They can try to extract DNA and fingerprints. And all that is being done at the FBI lab. They can get fingerprints off an envelope. I mean, how granular can they get here? They can get really granular Brad. They can even try and lift fingerprints from the tape that appeared on the envelope. Aaron just said that all this forensic were produces a lot of leads. And it's very manpower intensive to start running. These leads down going to store reviewing video trying to figure out the source of the components, the source of the envelopes, the source of the mailing labels. All that stuff requires literally boots on the ground to see if they can piece together we found the person on. Here's what I don't get. And you guys were the first to see these photos of the devices. Themselves. Why didn't they go off? It's almost immaterial that they didn't go off. And that's something that investigators are going to be studying, but according to the legal definition, these were actual bombs pipe bombs that had the potential to maim or kill. Authorities are going to be trying to get to the bottom of whether the bomber somehow made of a steak may be one of the components was not proper. It's also possible that the bomber did not intend for these devices to go off that's going to be part of the investigation down the road. But it's clear based on how these bombs were put together, and what they were put together with including black powder and glass used a shrapnel that these could have done serious damage had they gone off. And the big question. This morning remains are there any more out there? You've got six hundred thousand postal workers trained now to look for these types of packages. But until a suspect or suspects are caught, you know, more can still be sent. So Aaron Jack. Thank you guys read. Thank you. Thank you. Do you? Remember the moment that people started talking about a Blue Wave because I do it was last year when we were having all these special elections for people who'd gone to work at the White House. Remember, Mike Pompeo, Ryan Zinke Republicans from solid red districts replaced usually by fellow Republicans the whole world watching Georgia right now. But then there was Georgia, and it sixth congressional district and suddenly a democrat named John Ossoff was giving the GOP a run for its money. Thirty year old Jon Ossoff and his perjured supporters across the country are hoping he's the president spoiler and can win this seat in the Atlanta suburbs that's belonged to Republican since seventy nine. Now, he lost two. But these were the voters who elected Tom Price. This was a pretty conservative district and so two Democrats. This was a sign that Georgia was in play. And fortunately my opponent. Mr. Kemp does not have a plan for healthcare fast mover to now we are week and a half in the midterms another democrat is making a run and this time the whole governor's mansion is at stake. ABC's? Dave Roberts is one of several reporters we've got fanned out across the country between now and election day. Deborah, you sound like you're on the road. Where are you right now? I'm literally on the road on is seventy five making my way towards Stacey Abram is someplace up in north Georgia after leaving South Georgia where now hitting Fayetteville on brooms, of course, facing Republican Brian Kemp. What are you seeing there? Well, it's fascinating to me as a Georgia. I mean, I'm born and raised in his state. And so I've watched it change over the years as you. And so many other political observers have in his fascination to me because this is a bare knuckle tight tight race and not just a race between a democrat in a Republican. But a race between a very conservative Republican any progressive democrat. It's changed a lot since I was here. The folks that I'm talking to you, and I've got longtime political friends here who say there's been a demographic shift here that like so many other states culturally millennials on she. Has not only a great energize black base of support that she's put a lot of young white men and women who are also on her progress in train. So it's very very interesting to see that this date seems to be shifting, but how much I think, of course, will remain to be seen once selection heavens. We'll never we talk about gender end specially race here because we have been hearing the phrase voter suppression in political circles is that something that regular people are talking about with this election. Well, that is such a huge issue. In fact, we talked to a great civil rights at advocate who has been sort of fighting a Feith about voter access for many many years. And this is a big issue here about voter suppression people who are claiming there actually lawsuits that are being filed here in the state saying that secretary of state Brian Kemp who's also whose status Stacey Abrams opponent who's running for governor people are saying that his campaign is basically sort of cheating up. Voter suppression tactics undersecretary Kemp more people have lost the right to vote in the state of Georgia. They've been purged. They've been suppressed and they've been scared. There are a lot of things at play here in Georgia voter ID laws which a lot of people, of course, associated with discouraging voters. We're going to the polls. He's got the applications to vote that are being held right now because of supposed irregularities their polling places that have been closed over a period of time people who've been purged from the roles voting rolls after not having voted for a few years, and Brian Kemp is the secretary of state, right? That's what you're saying that he's actually overseeing this entire election. Exactly. And he's not the only one I mean in other states, this has happened to where a secretary of state is run for an office. And they are actually in charge of overseeing the both. But that is a big part of a point contention just because miss Abrams vows, they floss Balts lawsuit or the new Georgia project. It doesn't mean it's right. And we defeated that in two thousand fourteen and Stacey Abrams is suggesting. That he should step down that he shouldn't be secretary of state while he's running for governor. So there are a lot of eyes on this race because there are so many factors here that people will point to at least five different types of factors that people say might actually suppress the vote or discourage the vote here and within two hundred polling places have been shut down in recent years officials aids because there's more early voting happening critic say it seems to mainly happen in poor areas. Brian Kemp sued over this new exact match system where your name needs to exactly match other state records, otherwise your registration is just pending. Listen to this the black population in Georgia's about three at ten people. Well, the Associated Press reported that out of fifty thousand would be voters put on hold seventy percent of them are African American. Deborah fascinating race have a good drive. Thank you. Nice talking with you. Next up on start here. Why worry about spies when you can just eavesdrop on the president? From ABC. This is no limits. Even from the beginning all of us for saying this is so important. I'm your host, Rebecca Jarvis. And each week. We're taking an honest look at success, and how to get there with the boldest most influential women in the world, I said, I am a working mother. And I'm here to tell you how to do it. What happened after that is a very long story to tell vulnerabilities actually a strength. You could hear new episodes of no limits every week on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app. We talk a lot about spies hacking into computer systems government networks, big businesses to learn about this country secrets any number of industries could be targeted by state-sponsored. Hackers looking to steal trade secrets, according to a new report from the national counter intelligence security center. But the New York Times is reporting that China is going direct route straight to the voice of the president yesterday. The White House came forward with a forceful denial of the story saying no, the president does not have multiple cell phones. No, he does not hot on calls with his buddies all the time like the article suggests weeding I rarely use a cell phone when I do it's government authorized, I like hard lines just more made up fake news. But the article also sites aides in the White House who say the president has refused to give up his phone. And they're just hoping he's not speaking about classified information on it. So someone it appears is trying to convince the president to dial it back. So let's go to John Cohen. He's the former acting under secretary of homeland security in the Obama. Ministration now, he's ABC news contributor. And so John how big of a risk would be for the president to use his own cell phone. It would be a huge breach of national security for the president of the United States to be using personal cell phone that security personnel. Have not been able to secure in such a way that it can't be eavesdropped on by foreign intelligence services, who in a sense wiretap or use other type techniques to listen into phone calls, but those same intelligence services could potentially compromise that phone so it could be used as a microphone or even a video camera to record meetings and other activities that the president's involved in that doesn't even involve a phone call to just turn that on remotely. And that that's apparently why Obama had what he called the kitty phone, right? Where you couldn't even take pictures or make calls, but we should be clear. We have not confirmed this report and the times is not necessarily saying these people. Hacked into Trump's phone. They say they were able to listen to the call somewhere along the line. So John if that is true. What would they be listening for one of the highest priorities from a collection perspective for an intelligence service is to gain an understanding about what the leader of a country is thinking, what are they thinking about policy issues? What are they thinking about other people in the government? What are they thinking about foreign leaders? Are they going to act in negotiations with that country? You gotta say like where where are the troops or something like that you're saying that's not necessarily what they'd be going for here. No, one priority is to learn military secrets and classified information. But there there's also great benefit to a foreign country to understand where the president's head is add on issues such as trade or in other areas where there are currently negotiations coming on. So as a released a China, you know, we're involved in a an economic impact with them at this point in time the having big problems. I don't want them to have. Rob. But they gonna make a fair deal. So they're gonna wanna know we're we're the lines in the sand for the president. What are his beliefs? When is he would he back down to certain conditions, and that will help them figure out how they're going to try to respond to actions taken by the US. And then you can tell your surrogates what to say to the president John now. I know why you're always so guarded when we talk on the phone. Absolutely. I live by a certain role, which is if you don't want to see it in the Washington Post. All right. I'll keep that. By next time. We talk. Hey, John Cowan. Thanks a lot. Nice being with you. Overnight. We heard the White House would deploy more than eight hundred troops to the southern border preparing for that potential caravan of thousands walking through Mexico, and if you've got images in your head of eight hundred guns pointed at these people s not what's happening. They'll be logistical support setting up tents, reinforcing the fence not a wall of the fence people were collapsing from dehydration, and there are kids traveling with parents, it is grueling out there. So why flea Honduras for this? Let's talk to somebody who knows hunter as well. Victoria, mole Ramirez is a producer here at ABC news, Victoria, thanks for being with us. Thank you for having me. So you were born here in the states, but you've got a lot of family in Honduras right now, I do my entire maternal family is in Honduras. My mom is one of eight siblings. And she's the only one in this country, even my grandmother's over there. And so you wrote an essay recently for ABC, news dot com, or you described why people are leaving hunters in these numbers. I mean why? Well, what I've noticed as the days have gone on with this migraine caravan is that people here about the violence and about the gangs, but they don't really know what that means in everyday life. Every time I go to hundred I have to take so many precautions from the moment I land no jewelry. I try not to speak too much because even though I speak fluent Spanish, my accent is different than theirs. So I don't want to be asked where I'm from. Otherwise, what would happen? I don't know. And I don't want to know you never know who's working at the airport. They may be in cahoots with a gang member and tell them listen, we have an American coming in. She's a journalist. So when you talk about Honduras, you're not talking about roving gang members and policies or something. You just mean it's infected lots of different parts of day to day lives. Yes. And that's actually the perfect way to word it because I think the the image people get when the year this conversation is that there's gang members lines up on all around the streets, and there's not, but what you have is gang. Members have taken over certain neighborhoods. They make small business owners and vendors pay an unofficial war tax. So gang member will show up and say you need to pay me X amount of Embiid is or they face violent threats. So now, that's small business owner is forced to pay this amount. Or if they don't they their lives are in danger or their loved ones. And if they do pay it away. Lot of times ends up going bankrupt. Because they can't afford to keep paying it has your family in horn tours right now have they come in contact with these guys like how has it affected your family? So the the best examples the most common example, I can give that happen to them more often than not is they'll be writing in a cab an uberpool style cab or just a regular cab. And all of a sudden someone will jump in pull out a gun on them and ask further cell phone with this happen to them. Yes. Yes. It's not uncommon for my cousins to tell me, my cell phone, got stolen. They whipped gone out on me yesterday. And again, my family lives in the capital. We're not talking about remote areas. We're not talking about no income areas. They are middle class people. This is the every day going to work. I got my cell phone stolen. Another example of the level of violence that exists in Honduras is my godfather, he's a cabdriver, and he had a criminal get into his car. To try to hijack him. My godfather crashed his car ran into a wing rat. He ran it into a wall until like a business. What happened to him? He was fine. The guy ran out, but this is my Godfather's livelihood. And he knew if they took it for him. He had no other way of making a lifer himself. So when your cousins who are not like these foreign poverty people who've decided they need to walk a thousand miles to the US border. But when your cousins do see this. I mean, what goes through their minds my cousins completely understand them. And they even say that if they had the opportunity to leave legally, they would, but they know that they're not guaranteed to be let in so to them. It's just not worth it. Now, if they were to win a visa to come to the United States they're out tomorrow in a heartbeat leave everything behind their careers, and they would start from scratch. When obviously lots of people who think they cannot afford to wait for visa they got to get out now and now this morning. The Trump administration tells us it is considering new executive actions to bar these people from even crossing the border to ask for that asylum, Victoria. Thank you for sharing these stories. Thank you. And one last thing we're exactly one week away from Halloween and right now, we are seeing a scary recommendation from the centers for disease control and prevention, the CDC says, and I'm not making this up. You should not dress up your chickens in costume this year. Wait who has a chicken? I have a flock of twelve chickens. That is cannot believe I'm saying this that is the co host of the view, and our esteemed ABC news legal analyst, sunny Hossen. So why do they have names Attila the hen we have Henrietta? Well, are they like livestock to you like they're in a coop or a pets? They are definitely pets. Like, what people don't understand about chickens is that they are actually very smart, and they can recognize up to thirty faces. And so you can train a chicken the way you can train a dog sunny hostage in chicken update. She's brought them on the view before. Martha Stewart has hung out with him and sunny is one of those people who's going to dress her chickens up on Halloween. I was going to dress them up as as the bees. Little wings and strive it's like winning, right? Like, chickens dress as my honeybees turns out. She also keeps bees. But the CDC is not worried about an ugly sweater on a chicken because I mean face it. That would be awesome. They're worried about Sam Annella what they're really saying is when you have chickens, you shouldn't be should've kissing them on the mouth and things like that. You have to be careful because you know, there is salmonella ninety two people have already been infected with a strain recently that is resistant to multiple drugs. So the CDC says if you're handling poultry alive or dead going to wash your hands we have hand cleansing wipes. But all this has not stopped sunny from recommending, chickens as pets who were friends, even if they're naked for Halloween mind can walk on a leash. I mean, come on E. Yes, they have an Instagram account. And I actually showed people that they can walk on a leash from traffic. 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Election Hacking, Part  2

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Election Hacking, Part 2

"Hey listeners a quick note before we begin. This is the second in a two part episode on american elections security. If you haven't listened to a part one episode yet pause now go back as what will discuss here will rely on information covered there. Welcome back to the militias life. Podcast collaboration with silent as time ran. Levy and i nate nelson. We've all heard about russian meddling and we've heard about cases where even voting machines have for for reasons of goods whatnot shut down and cause long lines has a computer hack ever occurred Against an election of any import in your in your knowledge well has a has. A computer hack occurred will listening to megi mcalpine founder of nordic innovation labs dow until quite recently i would usually have to say there's a really endemic problem to election security. Which is that because it's so wrapped up in politics Generally speaking experts have really had to fight have been denied over and over again to be allowed to do a forensic check of things like touch screen voting machines so they would have to say no There's no evidence of it. But that's only because we haven't been allowed to look ron. Have you ever heard of the votes. In a major countries election being changed by militias computer hacker Not of the top of my head. Plenty of manipulated elections but never from data breach specifically. Maybe one of our listeners will correct me on twitter. i can't think of any right now either. But that's not to say that it couldn't have ever happened. It's kind of like saying there might not have been a murderer. But i'd like to check out the crime scene to see if there's a body in there but them single because you can't be certain if there's body in they're not allowed to go look at the crime scene for years cyber researchers have been denied access to this proverbial crime scene but last year at least in one state that changed but i can actually say that there is a very strong case on in georgia right now ever since we left our story in two thousand seventeen the lawyers in curling fecamp had battled over whether georgia's election systems needed an entire. Overhaul the prosecution. You'll remember originally wanted a congressional race between jon. Ossoff and karen handel completely reversed on the basis that it could have been tampered with. But then the stewards of georgia's elections the election center at kennesaw state university. Wipe their service. Clean the most important evidence in this case was now gone or was it. It turns out that while kasey was destroying primary evidence in their lawsuit. Somebody else had a copy of that. Same data the fbi and so about one year ago. The prosecution finally got to see what had been so elusive for so long. Be put logan lamp. On the case. I've met logan lamb and i trust him. So if logan lamb says he has saw evidence that the server was accessed and tampered with. I believe in an affidavit lambda revealed that on december twelve two thousand fourteen case you had in fact been hacked and with it the entire electoral system of georgia. It was entirely preventable to the attacker. Had used an exploit called shell shock. Shellshock had been originally disclosed to the public on september. Twenty fourth two thousand fourteen along with its patch. He found evidence that it was compromised into separate twenty fourteen and then not patched. Basically as a result the attacker was able to gain access to the server it's files and execute remote commands as they pleased notably once inside the server. The hecker was smart enough to hide the footprints. In fact they even patched the shell. Shock exploit keeping the spoils from any other possible hackers though logan lamb eventually discovered what happened. There is no telling how long the hacker maintained access to that server afterwards by all accounts no case you employees ever caught on in addition to the shell shock. Discovery lamb recovered some other interesting data like a suite of election related files which somebody had attempted to a race on march. Second two thousand seventeen. What is the significance of this date. It was the day after one of lamps colleagues notified case you that he had breached their servers. You don't need to be conspiracy theorist to find that timing interesting lamp. Couldn't help but say something quote i can think of. No legitimate reason why records from that critical period of time should have been deleted and quote. Now we know georgia's elections infrastructure had been hacked multiple times since two thousand fourteen. Once by the shellshock half once by logan lamb once by logan's colleague and possibly even more times that we don't know about you to deleted and covered up information but we haven't even gotten to the worst stuff in two thousand sixteen fancy bear and cozy to hecker divisions of russia's intelligence apparatus hacked the democratic national committee. It was the culmination of months long trend where was increasingly using social media. Hackers and whatever other means they could to influence america's elections in response to the growing threat from russia the us department of homeland security offered to help individual states with their security postures. Forty eight states invited the help to reject. I think i came guests at least one of two yet. It's probably not a mystery at this point after rejecting assistance for his state's election security. Brian kemp explained to reporters that quote because of the dnc. Getting hacked they now think our whole system is on the verge of disaster because some russians going to tap into the voting system. And that's just not i. I mean anything is possible but it's not probable at all the way our systems are set up and quote. Brian kemp was right about one thing. Anything was possible. According to the department of justice a couple months after kemp shrugged off the possibility of a russian election hack russian military officers colluded to break into his states systems in the lead up to the two thousand sixteen race officers of russia's unit seven four four five five had scoped out election infrastructure in florida. Iowa and georgia. Looking for vulnerabilities that they could exploit. According to their indictments quote. Vladimirovich also shook antonelli sergei kovalyov are charged with conspiracy to commit computer crimes related to the hacking into the computers of us persons and entities responsible for the administration of two thousand sixteen elections such as state boards of elections securities of state and us companies that supply software and other technology related to the administration of us elections and quote. We don't actually know what the russians were able to accomplish. That information remains classified. But let's remember that summer twenty nine year. Old researcher named logan lamb had completely dismantled the same target all on his own. How much money would you be willing to bet that. Few russian military officials could have done the same job. So for those of you counting. We now have the shellshock hacker logan and his colleague the russians and possibly more. We don't know about all playing around with georgia's election systems in the lead up to the main story of our episode today according to estimates more than twice as many people will vote by mail in this year's us presidential election as they did in two thousand sixteen some key swing states like wisconsin. Don't start counting mail in ballots until election day and due to covid many polling stations will already be on staff. If the racist close we could be waiting on a final outcome for days or longer. President trump has indicated that he may not accept that result for any number of reasons. What happens then we. Both campaigns have already hired teams of lawyers to fight the final result. This election is plagued with uncertainty and uncertainty and democracy go together like wet hand and electrical outlets. Yeah or like nate nelson and fulfil. Remember that time you were so sick. You know. Need to remind me of that. Thank you take. As an example of the relationship between uncertainty and democracy a relatively minor incident that occurred in the state of georgia. In two thousand. Fourteen here's what happened. The state was set to vote on a number of government appointments including governor attorney general and secretary of state. The position held by brian. Kemp to help get out the vote. A grassroots political organization called the new georgia project collected and submitted eighty-one thousand voter registrations on behalf of previously unregistered georgia citizens. They beat the state's deadline which was tober sixth for the election. Coming up that november but as the election drew closer. Representatives of the new georgia project found that only around half of their applications had gone through so they sued the state. Brian kemp was forced to step in called the allegation that there were forty thousand missing. Registrations quote absolutely false. The applicants on these forms have either been added to the roles or they are in pending. Status and confusion ensued on one hand. Here were tens of thousands of citizens who didn't know if they could vote are not as new voters they were especially vulnerable but there was no specific time limit on when the state had to add these voters to the statewide qualified electors list. In other words. There was nothing illegal or even really wrong with taking the time to process visa applications so long as they were done by election amid author bureaucratic red tape. Neither side really had complete information about what had happened. Therefore each was able to spend a narrative that fit their own political ends to the republicans controlling the statehouse. These democrats were grasping at straws in order to rally their base whether registrations were missing or not the narrative of this big mean brian kemp was the only part that really mattered to them for the liberal activists. This felt like discrimination of the old days. The new georgia project focused their efforts around communities of color in cities. These demographics tend to vote overwhelmingly democrat. Maybe they deduced the republicans controlling the state were intentionally dragging their feet to prevent more black people from voting. It wouldn't have been the first time. This is one state representative in particular. A leader of the project decided to make some noise. This representative was a woman named stacey. Abrams stacey abrams was a rising star for the democratic party. And it's no wonder she's young female african american and ideologically centre-left personality wise. Serve as that air of that kin class who sits in the front and reminds the teacher that they forgot to assign homework. Abrahams brand is all about voter rights. So when forty thousand new voter registrations. When missing she went to the media she denounced brian. kemp's voter suppression tactics. And the new georgia project stage to sit in his office. in the capital. Eventually georgia's two thousand. Fourteen election passed without to much fanfare. That's because the republicans won just about everything by margins that made even forty thousand votes largely irrelevant. But that's not actually the important part. What's important is how that episode previewed. What was to come four years later when the governor of georgia prepared to vacate their position because now two thousand eighteen and two candidates emerged as the likely replacement one of those candidates representing the republican party. Was brian kemp. And the other candidate for the democrats was stacey abrams. Now if you recall our last episode we talked about the race. For georgia's sixth district between jon ossoff and karen handel contentious election that made national headlines. You can think of the race between brian kemp and stacey like that but on horse steroids. There are reasons why this is the case. Firstly governors are more powerful than congress. People kemp like handle was very conservative and align with donald trump very closely where abrahams like off represented a new generation of democrats. But the way people like me. Many states away i heard about this race was the commercial one of kemp's campaign ads titled so conservative. It was undeniably. One of the most memorable you'll ever see we don't have the rights to air it on the show but it's important for understanding the context our story so we're going to reenact it for your entertainment lucky enough. Ron levy does a perfect southern accent. Isn't that right run. You're darn tooting partner. Isn't that amazing. It's just like brian. Kemp is sitting in your living room right now. So here's how the ad goes. We opened with camp wearing a button down shirt standing in an open. I'm brian can't i'm so conservative. An explosion in the background. I blow up government. Spent we cut to camp holding a pump action shotgun in front of a display of about a dozen pistols and rifles guns. That no one's taken away. Now he standing in his yard holding a chainsaw my ready to rip up some regulations cut to kemp sitting in a giant ford f. Three fifty pickup truck. He's about to deliver the line. That'll be replayed a news channels for months thereafter. I got a big truck just in case any up grumman illegal daytime home myself. I just that he can hardly contain the smirk on his face. I'm brand few want to politically incorrect. Conservative that's me. The race for governor of georgia meant something to the whole country. It was a clash of two opposite. Cultures not just democrats versus republicans but progressivism vs trumpism america versus mirka. People who never visited georgia in their life became invested in this race. Most people didn't know that in court separate battle was being fought over whether the state was prepared to host reliable election whether they're voting systems were so very broken that any possible outcome couldn't be trusted. This is like a three year long running extremely complicated lawsuit with a lot of moving parts this episode sponsored by the tech. Ride home podcast. I read a lot of tech blogs and follow a bunch of tech writers on social media. But you know all this reading and browsing takes a lot of time and some of us are pretty busy. Like take mark zuckerberg for example when the new york magazine asked zuckerberg. How he gets his. He said the one news source heat definitely follows is stepping in fact for more than two years and nearly seven hundred episodes. The tech ride home has been silicon. Valley's favorite tech news podcast. And i can see why. 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You've checked in the voter You can just give them a paper ballot and you can set up hundreds of hundreds of you know if you need to privacy screened in areas where they can still out there with the normal black black penn and and then drop it off at the voting machine at the end and if god forbid the voting machines should suffer a power outage or go out. There's like a special box within the machine to store them securely so that you can count them up later if need be so. There's just a lot of the redundancies and cost things in place that make paper him. Our paper ballots just better across the board especially for moving long lines. Plenty of states like new hampshire were able to utilize digital computers to make their voting systems more robust and reliable and then they were states like georgia. I once lived in georgia for time. And yes they were one of the last holdouts on these sort of purely touch screen machines That worse or thought rife with problems in two thousand and to the state of georgia founded an election center at kennesaw state university at around the same time. They invested in the trove of fancy new touchscreen based voting machines. It must have been very exciting. Just terrible the problem with touch screen voting machines news. Well basically everything whenever you have a computer screen that people need to use to cast their vote it just slows things that it sounds like it would be faster. It sounds like it would Be very technological and a lot better but actually it just means that no one else can even begin to start voting until that person is done and each one of these machines can cost tens of thousands of dollars and they're already oftentimes filled with junk technology. And they're already you know pretty much obsolete from the minute they're both touch screen. Machines cost a lot caused long lines and usually aren't well engineered but if those where they're only problems they might still be acceptable. Unfortunately the problems get far worse. They've been just rife with problems of Sensitivity sometimes the screens improperly read where the voter placed the think it's sometimes referred to as sliding phenomena the screen itself shifts out of place. Such that a voter. Mike press on one candidate and the press is interpreted instead as a vote for the next candidate over simpson's made a great joke about the whole you press the button here and it gave it to the republican candidate. The very worst problem with dutch cream machines though is that the don't necessarily come equipped with any kind of backup system there you know on audible. You can't really do a recount. You know if something goes wrong within the machine you'd need you know full blown forensic investigation to get into it when georgia invest in touch screen voting machines. They didn't pair it with a system of paper printouts so when karen handel be john. Also for georgia's sixth district congressional seat. In two thousand seventeen. There was no backup data to determine whether that result was actually accurate really. There's no way to tell whether any georgia election of the past two decades has ever been accurate. We can basically assume they were. But that's as far as we can go to the defense in curling verses camp. These kinds of arguments were hypothetical and unfounded anytime. They get challenged about it being a credibly defensive and saying that they're in the right For example one of the defenses cave for why For their issues with this ongoing suit about the paper ballots and the improvement election infrastructure and security our This is just a constant distraction by activists determined to undermine the credibility of our elections for years and years anytime activist try or experts have tried to bring up. Hey maybe we should do some things to patch or secure or Make sure that these machines are trustworthy. you know you always get somebody being like. Oh you're just casting doubt on the election you know how dare you where the prosecution right to be concerned about georgia's election security or where they crying wolf where you come down on. This question largely depends on what you think of brian. Kemp brian kemp after all was the one in charge of those machines after shutting. Down the election center ks twenty. Seventeen you move. The state's election oversight and management into his building in the state capital. So of course the defense thought the machines were secure. Their client was the one securing. The prosecution had less confidence in their secretary of state. His history with cybersecurity to that point had been less than stellar. We can start with october. Two thousand fifteen and a set of discs which contained the names birthdays pro social security numbers and driver's license numbers of million georgia. Voters those disks where inadvertently sent to a dozen news organizations and political parties in the state data breach but with no hack camp later apologized and claimed all the discs were either recovered or destroyed. He also fired one employee. Maybe because they were responsible. Or maybe because that's what people do when they need a scapegoat. The next incident came the following year after the dnc. The dhs offered cybersecurity assistance to all us states. Camp said no. Thanks mere days later. A young researcher hacked his state's election systems and months later russians. Probe those same systems for potential vulnerabilities camps poor handling of cybersecurity continued won. A lawsuit was filed against him for his poor handling of cybersecurity when the curling camp case began the judge ordered that all evidence in the case so most importantly the servant case you be preserved state officials representing the defense. Brian kemp told the judge that they'd subpoena the case you server data from the fbi. The prosecution fought for years to see the survey data presumably. It was the evidence they needed to prove their case when they asked for to look at it the georgia dragged. Its legs The whole time a full two years after the fact that turned out kemp's team never made the subpoena the evidence for all everybody knew might not even still exist. it was basically just this whole thing that Cast a very bad light over georgia that they were a hiding this and that this had happened and see that it happened on their watch in a way that might have even been internal. was brian. kemp hiding something. It doesn't take a conspiracy theorist to see a problem here. He andy steam where being sued over there election systems. He was a candidate in the upcoming election for governor anything. He knew that others didn't could presumably be used to his own advantage in any other race. Which would be perhaps valid. Goes out the window when the secretary of state himself as a candidate certainly doesn't do it certainly doesn't look good side good luck. Would you trust the poker game if the dealer were playing. Would you trust basketball referee. If there were also a coach for one of the teams local organizations called on brian camp to resign as secretary of state to handover election oversight to a neutral third party even former president. Jimmy carter stepped in person elite writing letter to mr kemp quote to secretary of state brian. Kemp i have officially observed scores of doubtful elections in many countries and one of the key requirements for fair entrusted process is that the non biased supervision of the electoral process. You are now overseeing the election in which you are candid. This runs counter the most fundamental principle of democratic elections that the process be managed by an independent and impartial election. Forty in order to faster voter confidence in the upcoming election which will be especially important if the race ends up very close. I urge you to step aside and quote. Ooh brian kemp held the power to hack his own election. Even if it was unlikely nobody knew that he wouldn't do that. So the prosecution in curling versus camp made a very simple request to the judge instead of using the insecure unverifiable touch screen machines voters in the upcoming election should be given paper bouts ballots which unlike machines could be easily tracked and verified even this little commonsense measure like. Let's have a paper backup in the polling places being appealed by the secretary of state's office which i consider to be silly other states have no problem with paper ballots which are cheaper Other states are are just better. Run on september seventeenth two thousand eighteen. Amy totten berg. The judge presiding over curling versus came to a decision. She criticized those state officials who had their quote had in the sent about cybersecurity but election day now mere weeks away was simply too soon to make any significant changes. The state would proceed with its existing touch screen voting machines. No paperback georgia's voters would simply have to trust. That everything was going to be okay. It was cloudy over much of georgia on the morning of november sixth twenty eighteen at local schools rec centers and town halls across the state. Poll workers began setting up their decades old touch screen voting machines. Some of these poll workers would be in for a tough day. We have a flawed poll books. Which is a new technology. Basically an ipad. That helps you check in. Voters are shutting down in the middle of election day in every single election that they've been used in. There's been some glitch with them. That's caused enormous problem in major precincts. Voters were bounced between polling places held up due to technicalities or told outright that they couldn't vote do discrepancies and registration. Data the atlanta journal constitution documented. Some of these scenes quote a poll worker and atlanta hoarded the last of his precinct provisional ballots doling them out to select voters while turning others away. Cobb county wouldn't let a new resident cast a ballot. Even though both our driver's license and voter registration card displayed her new address. Fulton county still can't verify that it received in atlanta woman's ballot in october. When the woman asked an election official over the telephone weather her vote had counted. She said the official just kind of snorted and quote stories like these were unfortunate but they paled in comparison to what some voters were facing in the biggest cities in the state. There were many flawed voting machines that broke down on election night. Remember those expensive touch screen voting machines. They begin breaking down. Take for example. What happened to. Fila mighty. Name of brian kemp. When the secretary of state went to cast his own ballot he used one of those touch screen machines which recorded his vote onto an insatiable card in the middle of the process. He stepped away from his machine and walked over to the poll workers table. He told them quote. It said this was an invalid card. He had to try all over again if the secretary of state was having trouble voting for himself. It didn't bode well for other georgia's in some of the most busy counties in the state like win it county home to over three hundred thousand voters machines broke down in numbers so lines formed through long school holidays around city blocks the lines for the georgia primary this year or hours hours and hours mean they were like wrapping around the block in an affluent areas. Many voters waited over three hours just to cast their ballot. According to some reports a few voters had waited up to six hours. Now if that were me i'd have probably gone home and i imagine many people just that we don't have the numbers on it. Everyone didn't have an voting machines and then they found an entire warehouse full of voting machines that were being used and and georgia's argument was a well like Those ones. I don't look at those. Were those were just busted or something and it was just not true over. Even exciting votes cast americans of the end of the day. Most georgians got to vote and most of their votes counted as midnight approached. The race just seem to be too close to call. The candidates were hovering within one percentage. Point of one another georgia's voters went to sleep. Not knowing who their next governor would be the following day one candidate was ready to make an announcement after election day full of broken machines. Invalid ballots incorrect registrations and six hour long lines ninety nine percent of precincts were now reporting. The next governor of georgia would be. Brian kemp one by a little over one percent. Even though brian camp head announced his victory. Stacey had not conceded haired defeat hurricane pain told reporters that they believed some votes. Hadn't been counted and that the secretary of state's office wasn't being forthright about it. They said it would be seeking litigation. The problem with their argument of course is that georgia has no system for tracking lost votes as the atlanta journal constitution reported quote no evidence emerged of systematic malfeasance or of enough tainted votes and quote. This statement can be read one of two ways either. The vote total was correct or there wasn't a way to tell that it wasn't at the beginning of this episode. We talked about all. The people hacked georgia's election systems in the past few years. We said that. Brian kemp managing his own elections had the power to manipulate them to his advantage. Did camp or any of those hackers or any hackers. we don't know about have any impact. On the final result. There is precious little later for which we could even begin to answer these questions. But there's one piece of information that researchers took extra note of after election day it came from one of georgia's urban heavily democratic precincts the seven machine servicing. This particular precinct by the end of the day. Six of those machines county votes heavily in favor of the democrat stacey abrams but in one case voting machine number three shall we say Had a statistically impossible surge of republican voters compared to all of the the precinct when heavily for stacey abrams three went heavily for brian. Kemp basically unless they sent every person who was a republican to this. One machine exclusively. There's just no way that the numbers match a team at the statistics department at uc berkeley later crunched the numbers. They took all the data from that one precinct. How many republican voters there were and how many democrats and grand series around ten thousand simulations in those humiliations voters were assigned randomly to one of the seven machines as occurs in any given election. The question was what was the likelihood that machine three could have yielded the majority for brian. Kemp over the margin. It did the answer less than one in a million to this day. Stacey abrams has not conceded the twentieth eighteen gubernatorial election. six months. After it was over she told the crowd of supporters that the republicans stole the election from the voters of georgia quote. Despite the final tally and the inauguration and the situation we find ourselves in. I do have a very affirmative statement to make we won and quote curling the now curling raffin burger continues to be litigated in court today. As a result of the prosecution's efforts georgia has been gradually moving towards improving their faulty systems on september twenty ninth. The judge ordered that voter information systems be paired with backups. To avoid the kind of confusion that occurred in two thousand eighteen the state has also replaced those faulty voting machines. They used in two thousand seventeen and two thousand eighteen. The ones that broke down on election day and Least one case yielded incorrect results. They've gotten a new A new model from dominion which is a Ah ballot marking device. Which is kind of the new Issue that voting machine people security experts are going after because they sort of Sort of make things worse in many ways. Yes they print they do as you mark you. Mark your Your choices on a touch screen but this is supposed to be better than the old touch screen machines because it will print out a valid and then it'll deposit that in the box directly but the issue is that The there was a study from university of michigan. A that found people don't actually check their ballot So not only does it Invalidate a lot of a security measures that election security activists were working on which was for example risk lemming audience when we go back to the paper ballot and make sure that the intent of the voter matches the results that were told by the machine With the paper so you know again machine is now marking it so machine messes it up and you don't check suddenly we're right back where we started As far as being able to go to the paper but second of all these ones in georgia particularly heinous particularly the part of a of an ongoing concern which is that they don't just print out a paper ballot with like little ovals in names and just usually put a barcode on it. Which is what the computer reads and this is just so incomprehensibly more complicated and just silly to add because the the the bar code is not human readable So it lowers first of all just voter trust right because now you've got about a bar code on your ballot. That might not say what you said. It might be anything as of this writing. Georgia is about as close in the polls as you can get so. Let's hope that everything goes smoothly over the next few days. It'll probably turn out fine. But it's tough to imagine what happens if we see the same voter-registration issues. Uncounted ballots cyber vulnerabilities and broken down voting machines this time around. That's it for this episode of militias. Life thank you for listening shoutout to our listeners. Who tweeted nice things about malicious life and recommended us to the users farmer loose beard from the uk. Jeff mars from the us. 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We're going to be closing up here now. I feel uncomfortable but I probably just match the audience on that so we've been doing the show throughout the week having a lot of fun and You know I I. I started to say this is going to close out the week but of course not because on Saturday we have South Carolina. The fourth of the I four primaries. And we're GONNA be doing live coverage of course that is Saturday February. Twenty ninth for the Young Turks South Carolina Primary Coverage. I'll be here Emma. Jr Adri Laurence says well for live. Updates and analysis with Uber joining via skype coverage begins at seven. Pm Eastern time four PM Pacific time at Ti dot com slash live and there will be a period as there always is of members exclusive coverage that will begin at eight PM Eastern Five PM Pacific Time so the majority of it is for everyone that last little bit where we finally start to tell the truth. That's just for members so become a member and you'll be able to access that awesome awesome. We got a ton to talk about. And you know what I want to make sure that we have a long time for. Jared joins us a little bit later. So why don't we jump right into it? Let's do it yesterday. A whistle blower blew the whistle on A particularly egregious example of the trump administration's lack of serious Karen consideration when it comes to the Cronulla riots situation with a lower follow complaint. Alleging that at least a dozen. Federal workers did not have the necessary protective gear or training when they were deployed to help Americans evacuated from China during the krona virus. Outbreak this has been confirmed by NBC. News quote after a phone call with health agency leaders to raise their fears about exposure to the virus staff members described a whitewashing of the situation characterizing. The response is corrupt and cover up now thankfully as in Ukraine eventually this whistleblower cow has been released. We now have the details and perhaps we'll find out more in the future but we do have a little bit more knowledge that want to get to before we jump into the commentary. The complete deals with the Department of Health and Human Services Employees sent to Travis in March Air Force bases in California earlier this month. To assist quarantined evacuees The complaint says it. Staffers were improperly deployed. They weren't properly trained or to operate a public health emergency situation and adding to their whistler's concerns staffers for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Who were present were in full protective suits according to the complaint so I mean think about the coordination there where there are people working with corona virus infected individuals in like fooled bio lockdown mode and then others who have like plastic gloves on. That's the most incredible visual. I wish we had those honestly of it. Because when you have. The government officials Displaying the lack of standards that the trump administration is so infamous for in this visual way. And then you have. Cdc people actually taking the necessary precautions because they have knowledge of this kind of situation. And there's precedent for it and there's a way to deal with things in a competent manner. Which again the trump administration is completely ignorant of yet. That's just such an unbelievable image and on surprising that the whistle blower felt that it was necessary to take take it to the press. I really do hope of a lot of reasons to believe that's not going to happen but I really do. Hope that in the end even just from a sense of self preservation that trump and pence and the others will eventually defer to the actual doctor's the actual experts. I mean unfortunately they are presiding over a political and philosophical movement that despises the very concept of expertise or learning higher education And that's why another bit of news from the past twenty four hours all communications now about the corona virus. Have to go through. Mike Pence's office specifically Stephen Miller's wife so those inconvenient comments by doctors at the CDC about the likelihood that Krona virus will spread at some point to different parts of America Those bits of information with which doctor delivered because they thought it was going to be true. you're not going to have access to that unless Mike Pence and Donald Trump approve of it. Why would you feel it necessary? To make sure there's a filtration system for science that could save people's lives except for the fact that you want to propagandize scientific information to make it sound better for your political purposes because as we are going to talk about later the Dow was incredibly low The US stock market is in free fall in large large part due to the corona virus. And this is a lot of what Donald Trump's reelection narrative and popularity's hinging on that the economy's doing great and everyone's super prospers more on how the stock market is an even a good indicator of the economy on Ed another time but the fact that this very important information pertinent information for everyone's lives has to go through a propaganda filter at the very worst but very the the worst case scenario is most likely in this instance. It's super disturbing. That means lives or put after Control the narrative control the narrative on trump's priority. Yeah exactly and look at. It might be different. I wouldn't feel comfortable with it but it would be a different thing if let's say doctor with the CDC talks to NBC News and said something it turns out. It's actually it's inaccurate. It's not true and there is a panic like if they'd spread actual misinformation and Because of the possibility that that could lead to people doing things that are unfortunate They decide to lock it down that that might hypothetically be one thing. If there was an actual public health or public interest in routing information through Mike. Pence's office but if that's the case it hasn't been presented to us and I would ask if you're a conservative watching this. We went through a similar sort of situation with the possibility that a disease an even more deadly disease could spread to the United States when a bullet was Was a big thing in two thousand fourteen How would you have felt if all communications had to go through Joe Biden and Cdc Doctor wanted to give information. I had started to clamp down on and now couldn't talk. How would rush limbaugh have talked about that? How would Tucker Carlson Sean Hannity? What would their newscasts have been like that night? If Barack Obama was like no no no everybody shut up. Okay you can submit a message to Joe Biden and if he deems it okay Hilden spread. It and Joe Biden doesn't have history of legislating in his particular state not in Delaware when Mike Pence of of making horrific decisions for their constituents health and spreading HIV which is also a disease that's quite easily spreadable and he is now in control of this deadly disease that we know less about when HIV was spreading. In IN INDIANA. Yeah and Because we've been talking about pants. I do WANNA jump just ahead to give you a little bit of an update on this and it actually does involve rush limbaugh Vice President Mike Pence who's leading the administration's response on the Krona Virus. Told radio host rush limbaugh on that. We're initiating a full-scale investigation into the whistle blowers allegations. We'll get to the bottom of it. We want all the facts welder on it so I'm sure we're good now and I also love that. The coordinator for the virus response is spending his time talking with rush limbaugh conspiracy theories about corona virus for literally weeks now. Yeah you know when I get my flu shot. I'm going to consult that long haired Doctor that goes on Alex Jones. All the time and said he's from Mit but actually never never got any degree from MIT. I thought you were the John Oliver Bar. GonNa say they've knocked that guy but it's been a long time. Yeah so it wasn't actually sure. So look We've got the whistle blower cow. I mean this is one of the things that makes me feel at least somewhat comfortable. Is We have public servants this. I it seems to be its vague. It's anonymous seems to be a woman who's been working in public health for decades. We have people in our country who are not simply going to follow orders that are not simply going to keep quiet when they see not just something. That's wrong or something that's unethical but literally something that could cost people's lives that they are actually coming out and letting US know about. And that's good. This news about Mike Pence clamping down on all the communications though I mean what is my criticism. Been for a couple of weeks now. It is corona virus is not Donald Trump's fault but he is responsible for what he says and what he does and he has been spreading misinformation from the very beginning. And we'RE NOT GONNA show too much from his chopper. Talk Today. But he was asked about. Ronan virus several times and He continued to repeat fifteen cases. There are fifteen cases of corona virus. He would sometimes reference others but it is. It's worked its way into his head and his head can only hold one at any. Given time he keeps saying fifteen. There are not fifteen infections of krona virus there at the very least sixty that are known close to seventy and despite that today he's still spreading this information so the CDC can't say anything you know anyone working in other areas of public health for the federal government state governments. Perhaps you know if you California. Can you say something if you're working there? I honestly don't know. So we have to trust the administration the administration up to it including today is actively lying about. What's going on with that said? Why don't we turn to what they're saying about the press? That's where we come into this so awesome. I've noticed over the past few days. A talking point that is spreading on the right both In right wing media and also elected Republicans that the fear you might be feeling about corona virus is not based in fact it is the desire of the media to make you go mad because they think that will hurt Donald Trump in the election. So we've got a number of examples of this. We'RE GONNA go first to Mick Mulvaney. The reason you're paying so you're seeing so much attention to it. Today is that they think this is going to be what brings down the president. That's what this is all about really what I might do. They call the Marx's tell people turn their televisions offer twenty four hours. Okay so that is well I was gonna say that's not just some right. Wing Rag wack job. I guess it's not just right. Wing wack job. He's also the acting chief of staff but he was there in front of a crowd saying the media. Wants you to be scared not so that you know you won't expose yourself danger you'll take the threat seriously But specifically just to her Donald Trump Yes a right wing. Wack job has a lot of power. Isn't that so great? Yeah the new reality that we're living in people talkies if they're rush limbaugh as if they're Alex Jones but being one of the most you know powerful twenty people in the country. It's lovely has the ear of Donald Trump on a daily basis and just completes to completely feed him sycophantic garbage. It's it's love love this time. Line and If you like that you might like this. That wasn't the only thing Mick. Mulvaney had to say here he is talking about the actual threat posed by krona verse. Is it real good absolutely Israel? There's no question about it but you saw the president the other day. The flu is real any particular time. Twenty million people in this country are going to have the flu. The flu kills people. It does this is not Ebola. It looks like this disease is someplace between one two percent. Fatal is that series. It absolutely is. There's no question about it but it's not. It's not a death sentence. It's not the same as as as the Bowler Chrysler. But this is something we deal with. This is something we know how to deal with. That's why we sit there and watch the markets and there's this huge panic but why isn't this panic every single year overflew? Are you gonNA see some schools? Shut down probably may use impacts on public transportation. Sure but we do this. We know how to handle this. I don't even know where to know where to begin. Death sentence. Okay Yep until we find out a way to actually trinite. We have a way to treat the flu. I'm not sure if you're aware of this. But no har ways to treat the flu Mrs Spreading at a rapid rate and we still have not found the flu shots of medicine. Oh I see I know. I'd rather take my gorilla gorilla hair supplements or whatever right wing jobs on the Internet. Yeah so you reference that. It's not a death sentence. I love that. He went very smoothly from. What does it kill one to two percent? It's not a death sentence except presumably for those one to ten percent which represents thousands of people that have already died and by the way these loose associations with the flu. The only good to come out of all of this is that maybe people will take the flu more seriously. Because I don't think most people knew how many people die every year just from the seasonal flu in the United States alone There are a lot of differences is Emma rightly pointed out. We understand the flu treatments. We've shots you can take beforehand. We do actually have something we can do about the flu. We don't really have that for the corona virus and we don't necessarily know when we're GONNA get it. That's a pretty big difference. The flu I read Kills About Point. One percent might even be less than that. That's a big difference between that and two percent. It's not two percent. It's two percent overall but when you talk about older people it shoots up in the highest age. Demographic is fifteen percent that is I mean. Look if I told you you could do. Something is fifty percent. Chance YOU'RE GONNA die. You might consider that a death sentence. I rightfully so I might add. Here's the thing I understand. Everybody wants to stop people from getting unnecessarily panicked but talking to that crowd about a disease we don't have a vaccine for and we don't necessarily know how to treat at least to stop people. We have people who have been who've taken in with the disease there's doctors there and they die to say that's not a death sentence. It's the flu. How irresponsible a chief of staff of the White House to tell people? It's GONNA be fine. You'll get it. It's like the cold is like the flu. What's the difference and he's echoing by the way? What trump said trump in an official press conference said? It's like the flu. It's worse in some ways. It's better in other ways. What ways it better? How is it better? That is so such a great point by you and I also just want to point out Fox News. They've got to be bummed that this is the narrative coming from the White House because they don't get to fearmongering blow things up more than they normally would. I mean this is something that people should actually be fearful about but Fox loves to say OH BLACK PEOPLE Muslim people. Those are the things that you should be afraid of when their dear leader Donald trump is misleading people about what they truly should be afraid of and truly should be taking precautions against but because the corona virus isn't wearing a Hoodie and isn't a black teenager. I guess this isn't the kind of stuff you wanted to devote airwaves and make people afraid that. Perhaps the government does not have your best interests at heart. Here because it's run by right wing sociopaths. Who would rather see? The Dow skyrocket up and then care about thousands of people in this country. Potentially dying from a disease that we do not understand and and my heart does go out to hosts producers at Fox News. They're between a rock and a hard place where they would love to fear mongering about four and diseases creeping in now we have to lock down the border but the more they do that the more they confirmed that the media taking this seriously. You're probably doing the right thing. So it's really a hard choice. I don't know how you come out on that. Catch twenty two. It is exactly catch core. Nineteen opened nineteen nineteen. I shouldn't start my going. You goal aim for the stars Let's go to. We had their chief of staff here. Rush Limbaugh the guy that Mike Pence goes and talks with areas talking about the disease. This corona virus thing. I want to try to put this in perspective for you. It looks like the corona virus being weaponized as yet another element to bring down Donald Trump. Right now the media is reporting on the corona virus as they hope it evolves. They hope for hurricanes on the first day hurricane season. They hope for Hurricane Katrina as they can say climate change anything to advance the leftist agenda now the leftist agenda includes getting rid of trump. They would love further corona virus to be this deadly strain wipes everybody else. I could blame trump for it. Don't doubt me on that okay. So this is not the last time you're gonNA hear again. Not Not just some Wack Job. He was visited by the guy. Coordinating the corona virus response. He just said the media the dams they want mass numbers of people to die because it will hurt Donald Trump. That's I mean. I know that we live in crazy times. I don't know what we're supposed to say that like we're are the Democrats bringing the Krahn virus over the border with the refugees that we want to have good life Well He. He effectively said something similar to that. During the crisis he said Obama. Is that what you're listening to? Well Kinda okay. Yeah he said He. He said that Obama wants kill people in the United States as revenge for slavery. That's what medal of Freedom Recipient Rush Limbaugh said so. Yeah now we want people to die. Who who exactly like the LIBS? We're trying to get people to be cautioned against this to be prepared for this. All the right wing media personalities are going out there and doing broadcasts everyday telling people. You shouldn't worry about this at all. It's not an actual concern. Don't worry about it. They're blowing out of proportion trump. Today during chopper talk was asked. Do you think all of this coverage is a hoax. And he said well yes. Cnn is a disreputable organization. Yes is CNN anything. They're spreading corona virus so really who is encouraging deaths. The person who says hey take this seriously take precautions and the people say you're being hoaxed by fake news. Cnn don't worry about it. It's basically the flu. Yeah I mean I wanted to say you should trademark chopper talk. But I didn't come up. That's all over the place but thank you. That's very nice. That's you might might might have been called bear I anyway So that was rush limbaugh But we also have Pete Hegseth one of the reasons. I want to go to him as you might recall. He was like this far from being the head of the. Va almost chosen by trump. And here he is again talking about the media in Corona virus. I don't WanNa say this it's not Doesn't relish the reality. But you start to feel really do watch. The Democrats watched me you start to feel like they're rooting for corona virus to spread. And I don't say that flippantly. I really don't but they're rooting for it to grow the rooting for the problem to get worse the rooting for mysteries unknown cases quarantines towns for it to become an absolute national crisis for one reason and one reason alone. They have yet to find a reason to try to drag down the presidency of Donald Trump. Even though it is not the fault of Donald Trump they will try to pin it to him like his Katrina moment and make it political and so a headline like this lays bare their intentions. Because we know it already. They just won't say it so I think it's important to say it because we know what's in the back of the minds of a lot of Democrats so so what happens is Donald Trump can give whatever response he wants to give to corona virus. And that's really what he's saying. He should have immunity from whatever decisions. He makes that response because the Democrats are just going to criticize him no matter what like he's having a terrible response we're freaked out. And then he and and their criticism. No we want you to help. Prevent this further. Were freaked out by the corona virus the left and the rest of the country. Trump do something about this and because of that criticism we are the ones that want people to die from corona virus. Look as I as. I referenced on the for Earlier today I will remind you that Pete Hegseth Guy who said on Fox News that. He hasn't washed his hands in ten years. So maybe learn about that before you start talking about us encouraging the spread of germs Yeah and look like he's he's an influential guy like he has the ear of the president and the thing is is that it shouldn't be that shocking that he's saying this sort of thing because Trump and his family are also encouraging the same sort of rhetoric. Here is the son of the president. Are you surprised the way they've been handling the corona virus situation meaning Democrats Not at all. I mean we've seen like you said we've seen this play out for four years anything that they can use to try to hurt trump. They will anything he does in a positive sense like you heard from the reporter that was just suspended from ABC. They will give him. Credit for the playbook is old at this point but for them to try to take a pandemic and seemingly hope that it comes and kills millions of people so that they could end Donald. Trump's streak of winning is a new level of sickness. He went onto accused the New York Times of either being infected with trump derangement syndrome or corona virus. I accuse him of Bad Baird Syndrome and bad beard viruses actually spreading on the right these days but anyway there he was more clear. Pete Hegseth said we in the media what lots of People Guy John Don Jr. said we want millions to die. We want to rule over the ashes effectively. I think I've ever really does. Come through that. Plot in Bernie Sanders and all of his speeches about how everyone should have health insurance and access to healthcare. Yeah we definitely want people to die. Okay mentioned one thing. So this is P. Hegseth point about the media is hoping for trump's Katrina moment. And here's the thing I remember Katrina you know what was so damaging to Bush about Katrina. Not that the storm happened. That is not why people turned on George W Bush. It was the incompetent handling of it. It was allowing people die when it wasn't necessary because they didn't take it seriously and they didn't prioritize the lives of the people that live there and so when he flew over and look down occasionally and when he heck of a job Brownie D- that was not taking it seriously that's why it was bad for him trump again. I will say this for. The million. Time is not responsible for corona virus being transmitted to humans at. He's not even responsible for making its way into America but if he locked sound information if he spreads disinformation if he sends people off to deal with these people without the proper training or equipment if he makes it materially more likely that people die as a result of corona virus. It very much is his Katrina moment. Because that is his anti-science ignorant I don't WanNA swear approach to the world. That is endangering lives the same as George W Bush Katrina couldn't have been stopped the storm. The deaths could have been stopped. That was the problem and we're seeing potentially in real time. I don't have anything to add to your commentary there. It's good thank you try It's ridiculous and it's all over the place spread all over Fox News today Okay we are going to take our first break. We're GONNA check in perhaps Joined by Jesse Jackson But we'll see you and thanks for watching ty T. What if you could take control of your Internet experience for the price of a cup of coffee a month well if you had an order bbn dot com slash two it? You'll be able to connect up to six devices in order. Vpn's military grade corruption for just three forty nine a month. If you go now they'll even throw in from one free month go now hello and welcome back to the center of fear itself. The young Turk fearmongering Turks. Yeah we're just talking about going to big crowded events and how excited we are to do that. Can't yeah. I can't wait. I can't wait to be on a plane on Sunday Should I wear a mask? I'm supposedly that doesn't actually help to stop you from getting it can help to not spread. It already had the end. You already have the answer. You were interested. Okay Phillip Jenkins Back Anyway So I did WanNa let you know that we will be talking about him as well as many other candidates on our Super Tuesday coverage. Yes we will be doing South Carolina on Saturday. But also I. I hear Tuesday's pretty big and so Jenkin Anna Ida and myself will be doing live. Coverage is going to be other people as well We're going to have a progressive extravaganza with a rotating panel posts We also expect Ben Mankiewicz. Don't count your chickens Francesca am is going to be joining from Sanders. H. Q. Itself. Is he going to be there? I think we were revealing that. I don't know it's written on the paper. Fine I donald read anything right on the paper. He should be. There should be there. Yeah he should be there. I mean that's why I booked my flight and we'll pay for us. I know that in a second. But what if he gets like three hundred and Fifty California delegates Ju just three hundred earlier today and now you're saying he gets fifty five hundred. They're here Took like what if it's inevitable and you're there when you see on his face the sense of inevitability that would be great. I feel like you WANNA switch jobs because you're always upset that I'm at things that you can't be and you get to hang out for full days with really cool. Politicians don't get to be specific but anyway A lot of you did send in messages about the corona virus stories and I did appreciate Brenna corn member comments saying John are powerful enough to be power panel by themselves Thanks for that and Gabby said this is what happens. When people in charge demonize expertise all and there was one comment. I definitely wanted to read. Oh yes so. The math magician sent in at a Hashtag to rt live. Tweeted corona virus is now going to spread through the country like wildfire because trump was afraid of scaring the markets whereas friends are stealing left. And right this is what I feared about trump since he was inaugurated an actual crisis that at best will screw up. I mean we don't know and we could. We could get through in the same way that we did with a bowl a hopefully we have really well trained medical professionals that hopefully people will listen to end so that is the goal. I just want to be clear. In case any Fox people are watching. That's the goal not for millions of Americans to die. You goals that. Why don't we jump back in the news? Yes okay Mike. Bloomberg Mike Bloomberg is sitting on a number of past comments and actions during his time as mayor of New York that are absolutely horrendous and deserve scrutiny particularly as he's rising in the polls in numerous states. One hasn't been talked about much to this point and that is his active encouraging of the widespread long-term spying in New York City on a number of different Individual Muslims as well as Muslim communities and groups in the years after nine eleven and so he was finally asked about that during interview with NPR. We've got a few little excerpts from that. Here's the first you said later. That surveillance was justified in order to keep the country safe but there have been independent review. Sense that show. Not a single arrest was made well. It's attributed to this survey because remember you're talking about right after nine eleven when everybody was petrified about another terrorist attack we were Super Cathel to always obey the law. Be If number one's the right thing to do and number two you knew people would be looking at it. We had just lost three thousand people at nine. Eleven of course was supposed to do that. Okay so the moral argument that he's making is reprehensible the legal references he makes to everybody says it was okay is one hundred percent not correct as we're going to get to but that clip reminded me so much of his approach to stop and Frisk that Oh you know you do what you gotTa do and we never found anything a horribly inefficient terrible program. But it didn't affect me or anyone. I know so who cares. Why are you getting so worked up about it? And he didn't even just keep the investigations in New York City in the five boroughs. He did it in the tri-state area which is New Jersey New York Connecticut. That is a huge scope of investigative reach. The mayor should not have once again. He is testing the limits or in fact exceeded exceeding them very much so as mayor of the powers of as mayor. He did it all the time as welder. Under stop and Frisk the boundaries of the law. Don't mean much to him. And and when you said the phrase you know you do what you gotTa do reminded me. Also of his presidential run he will pour as much money as he needs to into. How many states? He's going to do what he feels. He needs to get done to get the result that he wants to buy the presidency. He doesn't really care about testing. The limits of what is acceptable. What is moral? What is legal when he was the mayor of New York City and this Muslim surveillance which was over two hundred and fifty miles schools community centers? Just regular people trying to live their lives. He just he didn't really care. We're just GONNA. We're GONNA do that just to give the appearance of safety and I. I would love if someone you know from back in the day just said the Japanese that they attacked us at Pearl Harbor. We did what we ought to do. All of them you know. What was I going to do? What was I going to do? That's his argument. So you're just GonNa do away with civil liberties people's rights as human beings just because of fear that's emotional leadership. That's not rational decent leadership. Yeah it's the comparison. Stop and Frisk. Gar really robust. I'm scared the targets aren't me who cares honestly and all all your sense of rights whether it's privacy rights or honestly the right to license up against not even sense of rights. It's like the most funding found founding principled rights like those are gone if he feels nervous in the top five amendments all things that he violated as mayor. Yeah there's one of my favorites Okay so that statement that you saw as well as the rest of his interview was responded to by the director of ACLU's national security project. Shamsi said visit insulting attempt to rewrite the history of an unconstitutional surveillance program. That left Muslims particularly in communities of color devastated. It took brave Muslims and their supporters to go to court before the NYPD finally agreed reforms to safeguard communities in New York and beyond and no court ever said that the NYPD surveillance program under Bloomberg was lawful and so just a reminder right there he said everybody said it was fine in the same way that when asked recently about stop and Frisk says it. Kinda got out of hand but when we realized that we cut it by ninety percent as if he was concerned about whether it was legal or constitutional and as if he had actually instituted that that he had been the one to stop. It wasn't true is stop and Frisk. He's wrong about the the legality supposedly being demonstrated really fast. Let me run through a couple of bits of INFO about the surveillance in two thousand eleven. The AP published a series of articles outlining the gathering of by the NYPD. On over two hundred and fifty miles student groups and more the department collaborated with the CIA to deploy undercover agents as well as placed informants in mosques and kept tabs on just about everybody. Npr reported that an undercover police officer once accompanied a group of Muslim college students on Whitewater Rafting Trip Action. Remember to it covering that years and years ago As alluded to in two thousand seven they actually targeted Muslims in Newark New Jersey without the authorization from Cory Booker who was inconveniently. The city's mayor at the time but he can be ignored. We can just go in. Because we're nervous again now thankfully in two thousand eighteen. Hassan versus city of New York lawsuit filed by Civil Rights Organization. Muslim advocates reached a landmark settlement. The first ever case brought forth by Muslims who were surveilled under the NYPD programming the settlement required that the NYPD. Stop all suspicion less surveillance activities on the basis of religion or ethnicity and by the way the settlements came after the AP one pulse Pulitzer Prize for that reporting. We talked about at the time of that investigation. Nypd was still denying that the SPO spying existed and at that point had existed for years and years but to hear Bloomberg tell it. It was totally fine. Everyone loved it. It was never wrong. Why would we hide it? We it was right to do and we knew people would be checking. We didn't lie about for years and years and years and years until we were finally forced by court to stop talking about another parallel to stop and Frisk exactly. He was forced by a court in two thousand fifteen to stop. Stop and Frisk. And what do you know? Now he's saying Oh you know why did away with stop and Frisk. Ninety five percent of them after just by my own volition. A judge made you a judge made you same thing. We're looking at here even though he's defending even Less here when he's defending stop. He didn't he's not defending stopping. I got anymore. But he's just being like. Yeah you know. We kind of had to do this. Because Muslims have no power in this country and all of the media really treats them with just a despicable amount of contempt. But also when we're talking about settlements it reminded me. I don't know if you've talked about it on the show. Bloomberg fought the Central Park five years and years from getting settlements from the city for being wrongfully imprisoned for that horrific crime that they were imprisoned for. So we're talking about parallels with trump. That's a pretty strong one. Pretty strong one. Yes Lueneburg made sure that even these these five boys their lives weren't destroyed years and years taken from them. Trauma inflicted upon them wrongfully convicted their entire childhood childhoods gone Bloomberg fought them nickel nickeled and dimed them to make sure they were unable to get settlements that they deserved and now he doesn't really care about money. He's fiscally conservative with his own money because he's spending and trying to buy this election but when it came to doing the right thing in New York and actually helping out these kids now adults and then the no. He wasn't going to do that either. Yeah before we end I want to say. A couple of my fears related to the story One is that I fear that even if this is being discussed if you know thankfully. Npr asked about. Maybe it'll questionably acid debate but probably not because the American people even the best time. Don't really care about their privacy rights. They don't expect any right to privacy and in particular if the surveillance is on the Muslim community for a lot of Americans that is not going to be a priority Bloomberg may be the worst in this area potentially but a lot of Americans are perfectly happy to go along with demonizing that community. We saw that for years and years probably up until including today and I will say when you look at his approach to this stop and Frisk his comments about the NSA. Of course they should be reading all of your all of your emails I don't think that we've maybe trump but other than trump. We've never experienced politician as openly disrespectful towards any sense that you have rights from intrusions in your life being spied on all of that he the idea that he might expand federal power in that area. He's salivating for as Emma alluded to. He didn't feel constrained by the requirements. Like the power that he has. Mary went beyond that if he was president. Like any sense that you have any rights would be utterly gone like it would be everywhere and I think that he has a track record. Unlike any other politician to cause those fears with what we take a break. Because I see Jerry Jackson waiting in the wings. He's GONNA be joining us after this. We hope you're enjoying this free clip from the young Turks. If you WANNA get the whole show and more exclusive content while supporting independent media become a member a T. dot com slash joined today. In the meantime enjoy this recycling. Drop it getting some respect in here. Thank you the entire week but with Jr with fifty percent more Jr. I paid a pig John off to make sure he held off on the power panel. Drop it until I got it here. One dollar well talk a minute twenty. Thank you Very glad to have you here. And I'm not the only one Jinx Kiki Cat said in the member's comments want to give a big. Thank you to enlarge air. John News this week was troubling and you still made me laugh. Got A great job from all three of you thank you kike cat. That's very nice of you. millennial hero said. Jr's bitsy is my favorite. Betsy that's nice as well. Oh so we'll play a quick game. Is this a pop? Culture reference that JR will get. I'm guessing yes. And it comes from a super chat by Sandra the Bernie Nader who said Bernie winning California is like the Feno snap. It is inevitable. You know the injuries. Yeah okay chance. Everyone knows the fan. Oh snap everyone knows. What game of thrones is that? He doesn't know that. Not the same. Like marvel is so ubiquitous question. Do you know who wharf is. No if the right to wonder if there's something about the very last of injures I haven't seen was they know snapping. Everybody we're him. I will here is it. Anyway it's from Star Trek Star Trek. Well that's the biggest flaw of senator of the burden also said thank you for all the super chat. Sandra John has been on fire lately. Two shows each day and going strong long live in prostate. Thank you although They've join me for many shows. Yes and and thank you. I do appreciate that okay so with that. I did want to let you know. There is just a little bit of time remaining to participate in the two. It aspirations sweepstakes The trip and dinner Your chance to sign up for it is ending tomorrow but Silva chance to win just by registering to it dot com slash dinner in La. Maybe sneak in a few more swipes of your card. Get a few more entries and you might get flown out to L. A. Put up a hotel and then be forced to sit through eating with Jank and myself and he thought I was going to talk about what the winter hopefully Congress's? I'm hoping I can't do it you. We want people to want to do with. No we'll have the conversation that M and I didn't unfortunately time to do in the post game which was like the New Star. Trek's the new or the I guess the New Star Wars for you. Are they good thing? The first two were great savings for some time. We'll have that talk. Maybe on the dashboard. Okay okay with that. Though we do have more news want to jump back into it back in the two thousand eighteen midterms. Brian Kemp Republican. Who had been the secretary of State of Georgia at that point Tasked with overseeing the election that he was running in won that election and became governor of Georgia under incredibly unfortunate circumstances unfortunate because of his actions where he presided over voter purges and a variety of other measures of voter suppression. And now. We're finding out that. At the time. He had been emailing with some of his campaign staffers and effectively gloating about how successfully. They were rigging the election in his favor. In September twenty seventeen then secretary of state KEMP EMAILED WITH CAMPAIGN ADVISERS ABOUT MEDIA. Report discussing efforts to correct a string of problems with county officials attempts to challenge the registration of hundreds of voters. The report concluded that quote. The errors may have violated federal law. Was He concerned about his potential violation? Federal law he responded by congratulating his campaign team writing quote good work. This story is so complex. Folks will not make it all the way through it. A top campaign staffer. David Dove agreed that the article quote won't help draw eyeballs. Oh Yeah we're it's our crimes are so convoluted that doesn't people don't need to worry about it. I mean they're in park right. Yeah I mean like. He's gotten away with so much Illegal activity wise about voter suppression. It was ridiculous. How Much Stacey? Abrams was the better candidate one running against him and he was still rewarded by the people of Georgia. This is one of those instances of we continue to see. We've seen the reality of it. We talk about smoke-filled rooms and people think don't think they exist but we continue to see in the Vale keeps getting pulled and we see it again we talk about Voter suppression but I still think we don't need any voter rights act. We can strip bad because who cares. It doesn't happen anymore. Remember that argument. We're we don't need this voter rights act anymore because everyone's following the rules and we're just going to let them good and self Self police themselves. That doesn't make any sense but we do hear about voter fraud. All the time from conservatives voted for a royal fraud a voted for a voting for dead person. Hey they don't live in addition. Hey they're doing that. But the people who consistently get caught with the voter fraud many times conservatives also get caught with voter suppression. So if you push no voter fraud you can do more voter suppression. Is this a matter of messaging? Democrats needed after this type of thing. It came forward and email went out. If is a good job. Thanks for the Voter Suppression L. And there's water and the fact that we're doing it isn't going to catch many eyeballs. That should be said every every time. There's an election. I don't care if it's ten twelve years from now because guess what they've been saying for. Decades voter fraud voter fraud voter fraud. Democrats voter fraud. Democrats waterfront isn't that true obsessed me said a million times. So how about we see the truth million times hey voter suppression voter suppression voter. Suppression Voter Suppression Conservatives Voter Suppression Republicans Voter Suppression Satan. Every add save every time you get on. Msnbc Saturday Tommy go on Fox said he told me of a tunnel voter suppression voter suppression in. Eventually people are GONNA go. Oh my God. I'm so tired of hearing about conservatives in their voter suppression but it's your head now and that's all they can think about. It's just a matter of saying because it's true well that would require the Democrats to be decent at messaging and also the fact. That voter fraud isn't disinformation campaign. That compels people to come out voter suppression can also make people feel defeated and like the system doesn't work for them so it's a more complex messaging battle than the voter fraud one which is a conspiracy theory. That just allows for disinformation to spread like a virus for longtime. I've wanted the Democrats to run in a sustained way against the Republican war on democracy in the form of voter suppression as well as we would with trump very individual desire for foreign interference. The issue is that it is harder for the Democrats to position themselves as moral superiors in this area when they're gleefully talking about the possibility of taking in the dominant nomination away from the guy with the most votes so at some point you decide. What do you actually believe? A lot of people are to say well Bernie said this and Bernie says it's now I think that they're wildly misstating his position but regardless what do you actually believe because if Democrats in positions of power across the country are saying when it's convenient we'll overthrow an election they don't then have any position to stand-in when they criticize the Republicans for doing the same thing and when the future of our democracy is at stake. There can't be any ambiguity and we can't have a case where one party is determined to kill it and the other sometimes is kind of interested in it and sometimes not we need an actual defender and right now. It doesn't look too a lot of Americans like we have that now. Their comments in the e mails actually got a little bit worse. A little bit more jokey. So let's move on in October. Two thousand seventeen after purging. More than half a million voters from roles Mr Kevin Mister dove emailed on their personal accounts mocking a press release from a Democratic candidate. I believe that's the reference to say Abrahams warning. The Georgia quote is systematically deleting voters who have done nothing wrong and that Georgia is trying to make it harder to vote. Mister Dove Four. Did the press release Mr Kemp writing us with laughing emojis Mr Kemp replied us with a smiling emoji. Cute if you do it with your spouse about some little bit of news not if it's you and your campaign manager conspiring to Effectively Reagan on election against. What do you do what do you do now? I? The evidence is right there. Emails have been Have been exposed and will something happen now or there's some some kind of motion or some way to oust or keep this guy. Keep their feet to the fire from what they've done. No there's no follow up after I mean I'm GonNa go back as far as when When when Obama came in fifty nine? And then we're not gonNA look backwards. Look forwards not backwards no matter how much illegality no matter how much version of American democracy they continue to do it doesn't matter it won't move on because we weren't at the voters don't WanNa deal with that anymore. We keep shouting responsibility for what we need to do to protect our democracy and then now when find ourselves wrapped up in a situation where it doesn't look very secure we go man. This is GonNa be the hardest election ever to fight to win even though we have the majority of people on our side. No they don't need the majority of people on this side. They're they're cheating. If you actually say cheating Fox News Might Say oh here. We go again. Stop being concerned about what they're going to say and say the reality. You have proof. It's not even like you're speculating. And when someone challenges you be like here check this out. Let them read it for themselves. When you have the truth on your side. You shouldn't have any reason to be afraid of telling it in for them. To be held to account they would have to be prosecuted and the Officials in the Georgia would have to take up that case those officials are likely all conservative. Republicans perhaps appointed by himself Highly highly doubt that that's going to happen and one of the issues. Even if they did that that they would run up against is most of this stuff is legal in America. You can shut down polling places in predominantly black areas You can remove Voting booths and flood white areas with tons of boots and there was no waiting list. You can You set up the match system that Obviously in a discriminatory fashion eliminates generally non white people too far higher rate than white individuals. You can do all this stuff. Vote voter purge the voter rolls. You could do that story legal and you know why because when the Democrats had an opportunity under Obama with a supermajority to pass legislation to protect democracy they chose not to like I guess. I guess they had priority. I feel like he could have gotten a couple of things done during that time. But if we win in November we have got to do it all like bare minimum voter holiday. That working Americans can go without worrying about losing their jobs. Losing pay having to choose between participating in American democracy and making enough money to feed their kids protections against like gerrymandering voter purchase. All of that stuff like eliminating the voter. Id Laws like the federal government has to step in because state governments generally run but not universally run by Republicans are violating Americans democratic rights on a daily basis. That it goes back till basically as long as we've been it's gotta be something you mentioned. Even when it's not brought up again I ask other conservatives as other Republicans what do you think about what kept it in Georgia. What do you think about did in Georgia ask a Mexican man? You still talking about this. Yes because I'm still upset about our democracy still being at risk if you care about it if people challenge you ask them why they don't care about America call them American like the the. The pressure needs to start shifting. And I'm tired of it. Always being on the folks who actually have the facts on his side so you can go. I have everything right in front of me but I'm afraid to say it. It's maddening. Yeah we do have one more bit of news that I'd like to get to Before this we've got some polls we have been talking too much about polls here but there was a pretty big one. You don't want it's a Friday. We have a little fun. Let's move out of this last story set of new polls have come out today With good information for a few different candidates it tends to be good for a particular one but even Joe Biden over. There has got some good news. So why don't we run through few of these that we see what we can learn about South Carolina but perhaps far more importantly Super Tuesday? How are things shaping up for day that is going to determine a ton of the delegates needed to become the nominee so in Texas now? New Poll shows that Bernie Sanders holds twenty nine percent support among likely primary voters. Joe Biden is at Twenty Mike Bloomberg at eighteen and Senator Elizabeth Warren at fifteen so right now in Texas the second largest in terms of delegates Bernie Sanders has a nine point lead. Funny all of them in general for for Texas by the way to put it in perspective and see if we can get another Oh baby sanders is up. Fourteen points Bloomberg up thirteen in that same poll since it was done in December since then Biden has dropped fifteen points in Texas and Warren has stayed roughly even so for the first part of that I got. Oh the second part of what is up thirteen. Well still really exciting. So that's Texas but far larger even is California in California Bernie Sanders in this. New Poll is at thirty five percent. Elizabeth Warren is at fourteen percent Biden at Thirteen Bloomberg at twelve. That is a big gap between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren more than twenty points in a state that holds more than four hundred delegates. So this is so whoever really has the motivation because John. Paul's you're excited about them buddy. Yeah so if you're buying supported Bloomberg's support and you see in California. It looks like it's insurmountable. You just not come out now. Yes everyone should everyone know what I mean we? We had this discussion really on the show. The other day like this does affect people people feel deflated. If the candidate that they prefer not doing well I don't think complacency is as big of a factor when you see these polls as is the General Malays that with a candidate that is losing support in the state that you've been say organizing in really supportive of that candidate in But when I say organizing Bernie Sanders has the best organizing team in the entire country and the entire field. And that's the reason he's winning because he they people have spread the word knocked on doors and he's put his money that he's raised onto private jets now than to ritz-carlton hotels which article said. Biden spent an inordinate amount of money on. He put it back into organizing. And it's paying dividends and I I will say just jump in some good news for Biden. I saw a couple of polls that came out today for South Carolina where he was. He had a big advantage so that was what he was gambling to have. It is possible that that gamble will pay off at least in the short term in South Carolina this weekend. I'M GONNA jump ahead to the graph though because this one poll has Bernie up in California by twenty one points. It is possible that that is an outlier but I do WanNa let you know that this other poll has him up by seventeen points at that point and so we are seeing this trend where he has been shooting up over the past few months so just bear that in mind. And it's not just in these two states now. Texas plus California that six hundred plus delegates you need nineteen hundred and ninety one. That's a big percentage there In Cal- in sorry in Massachusetts there's a new Wbu Our poll shows Bernie Sanders is at twenty five percent. Elizabeth Warren Seventeen down eight points in her home territory. And that means I is not guaranteed but it is possible that Elizabeth Warren. We'll go through this process without placing I in any contest including her own. That's likely I think that's more likely than it is now at this point. Despite the fact that at one point she had surpassed by then is the front runner for what seemed like a decade ago But look this is. This is what happens when you bring on the wrong people to your campaign and you start just deviating from your initial strategy towards a unity strategy. Now you keep keep hating your same messaging instead of whatever she's doing now wonder what it is like where her support normally was in Massachusetts. How popular she was there. Then because again it's homestate thing even from the beginning probably could have already been a little bit. Shakey in the first place then also then when you get to the process of of wanting to pull back and not continue with the things that got you where you were it could be a problem and also I mean East coaster. Vermont's right there it's like it's kind of the same area. Massachusetts like you guys know the California Democratic Political Machine The New York poker machine. They're both really big and almost like sub countries in their own like the way the Democratic Party behaves Massachusetts has a very similar kind of hierarchy own system there. It's a big big state and and big operation. Yeah Yeah Yeah and so one last thing I want to say especially because as I said I was looking at the South Carolina polls today I saw that Elizabeth Warren there in the most recent one I saw as it either six or eight percent and I'm just going to say that. A lot of people have been rightfully saying the first two contests were incredibly. Overwhelmingly shockingly white Nevada less so but not a significant percentage of the population is African American. This is the first state where that Huge part of the Democratic Party finally is part. And so there's been all this pressure on senators. Will he perform there? And according to polls he's doing much better in that community but that same rule applies to everyone else and Elizabeth Warren. Her supporter base is very very white. And she's not doing well in South Carolina so if we're going to have that standard for Bernie Sanders and we should because that community cannot be taken for granted this election. We have to for the other candidates as well and so if she's GonNa do poorly in South Carolina if looking ahead. She's doing good in California admittedly a bad at our own state and a lot of these other ones. Really what is she and you know round for what miracle is going to happen. That's going to radically change. Things and I will appeal to the senator as someone who does not oppose you as much as a lot of other. People have grown to over the past few months semi sunny joking. But I'm keep it real you can drop out and endorse Bernie Sanders and your chance of becoming president. I'M GONNA keep it real. Does not if you do that. Because the number zero but you can salvage the reputation by helping Bernie Sanders. Avoid the horror of a contested convention. And here's the thing. I know a lot of people are thinking. Yeah Yeah Yeah. She definitely doesn't think that she's going to get the plurality but she's sticking around to be chosen at a contested convention. I could be wrong. I often am but I think that's madness. Because of the Democratic Party pulls the trigger on stealing the nomination away from Bernie Sanders. Why would they hand it to Elizabeth Warren? They liked her better than Bernie. But not nearly as much as Joe Biden or Pete Buddha judging Amy Klobuchar Chris coons or Sherrod Brown or Mike Bloomberg or any number of other people and Elizabeth. Warren at some point has to understand that the strategy doesn't make any sense electorally and even in terms of our convention strategy. They're not gonNA hand it to her at this point again if she really believes that which. I don't think anyone should at this point but Super Tuesday is one of those things that makes those that realization. Come to mind it also. Hey you have to also show how strong of a candidate you were. Maybe saying you're looking for a vice president nomination or or ahead not for that. You want to show that you're strong enough candidate and didn't drop. I mean I think I don't know the circumstances line Early drop but I was thinking at first I was like Oh make sure she's not into long. It's still has this potential not fight with other candidates to the degree that she may be gets picked up for this position as a running mate. But almost it's almost certainly that you forgot how how the comma was in the first place right and then sold maybe Elizabeth. Warren is playing that other game again. I doubt that that's the thought process like okay. This is over. I don't think any campaign goes that degree until they actually bought to step aside but maybe the maybe that is a positive for her to go and wait for a minute a little longer. See what happens is Super Tuesday and then see become more viable running mate. Then you could be not. I don't know maybe maybe we'll do well in California to blow up these polls be. Nothing is going to win. I mean anything's possible. She could she could. Maybe stop the bleeding. She leaves out if she dropped out after. Super Tuesday and endorses. We'll see yeah. Yeah well we'll see Okay we're going to break come back. Second Hour led by one. Emma viglant us.

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2473 - Trump's Joke Of A Coup Is Criminal w/ Will Bunch

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2473 - Trump's Joke Of A Coup Is Criminal w/ Will Bunch

"You are listening to a free version of majority report with sam cedar to support this show and get another fifteen minutes. Daily program good Already dot s. m. please read. It is monday november. Twenty third two thousand and twenty. My name is sam. Is the five time award winning majority report. We are broadcasting live steps and steps from the industrially ravage ghana's canal in the heartland of america downtown brooklyn usa on the program today calmness philadelphia inquirer will bunch. We'll be here talk about trump's failed coup. Why it's laughable but also no joke. While trump loses the election again in pennsylvania still trying to woo michigan canvassers in discount votes in wisconsin name while biden chooses. Anthony blinken for secretary of state more cabinet announcements expected today as linda. Thomas greenfield named ambassador to the un and the republicans plan to block and sink. Many of biden's cabinet nominees. While trump jetsons attorney. Sydney powell only rudy is left to disown and trump gins are insisting that republican voters should abandon georgia. One can only hope. Meanwhile kobe rages as to people plan. Big meals this week. However third vaccine appears to be nearly ninety percent effective biden and democrats are hoping for a lame duck stimulus deal while mnuchin tanks the feds program. Don jr. has co vid kelley law. Flir might lastly we may be three weeks away from a government shutdown. Yes all this and more on. Today's search george report. Welcome lazing gentlemen. Thanks for joining us. I'm joined here by vig linda. Hello how are you. I'm good sam. How are you figured out which is always a challenge for me these days. That's good there's you know there's a lot of things are challenging in this era One thing of note and we should actually. Maybe we'll take more time to talk about this at a later time but there was a piece Just a couple of days ago. About the guadalcanal. I think is over the weekend. And they're starting to dragic so They do think it's going to take about ten years so we we. There is a clock on the intro of the show the it's possible within ten years. From now the guadalcanal we no longer industrial ravaged. I highly doubt that that's going to happen. I'm sure it will return to its natural state of being in no time sam. So so you're saying that we have a a a clock to break free continues. Well that's good to hear folks Thanks for for joining us today. with going to have a short week this week We will be Doing shows until wednesday and then we will be taking thanksgiving day off On friday we will be taking off. You can go back and you can check our shows. in a myriad of ways but one of them is also on the peacock cap. You just got a search for the majority report on the peacock app or you search for the choice. Which is the name of the channel on the app. you could see the show in I don't know whether that like E is as part of their broadcasts dream. I guess i don't know what the word is for that strand stream murder stream the stream at five pm and ten pm every night. And then you can watch in between a couple of episodes of of many hassans and as lena maxwell shows Out or you can also find like the last three or four days of shows On demand so you could search for the show. You could search for the choice Channel and check that out And please do. You can watch us there. We have Graphics that are a little bit of an upgrade. I'm not gonna to a malign our graphics but You know let's get into this this story about We're gonna be talking about sort of the the the broad strokes of of the coup and and in some respects to will bunches from philadelphia and he He pointed out that Donald trump is america's frank rizzo. We'll find out from we'll bunch what that means Philadelphians will have a sense of it but This is what took place this weekend. And i wanna make it clear you know you hear. Stories about republicans are starting to pressure. Donald trump to leave and to some extent. That's true but let's be clear when pat toomey does it after the repub after donald trump has lost major lawsuit in pennsylvania. He is as far as i can tell one of the only elected leaders of the leaders of one of the only major elected republicans. Who has said it's over to donald trump. he's also not coincidentally Not running for reelection. Right and so The there is no courage here. There is no and i don't even like the frame. It in the context of like people are cowardly because on some of that implies that like they're facing some type of insurmountable Force and they're just afraid as opposed to their making a calculation that to be a republican means that it's in my best interest to support this and to debilitate joe biden's administration. I mean let's. Let's be clear on that and i'm not saying that is you know a worthy of the firing squad but let's clear that's what they're doing. They needs of shades of jeff flake. Here with to me who also left and was lauded by the media as being this extremely brave republicans somebody who stuck to their morals. No as you say it's all political calculations always and forever exactly. And if i'm not going to be senator anymore. Guess what i don't need to do. I don't need to to placate my constituency and continue this farce. And i can just you know it'd probably going to help me in my lobbying Job yeah they'll make me more palatable to corporate america and you know maybe democratic lawmakers will be more willing to see me When i knock on their doors two and a half years from now Because i was one of the people called out donald trump. but here's Here is the latest i dunno. I mean we're watching. And i know it's almost like I i've seen so many kids like sort of like a teen venture style movies or something which incidentally nagarag where the evil villain at the end of it like literally starts to pieces of their flesh start to fly off and they sort of evaporate. That's what's happening to the trump to the trump coup essentially is it's just small chunks of it are just flying off every day. And here's what happened on saturday. Sydney powell a week ago. She was by all rights. One of the more distinguished legal minds in the conservative movement. and here she Is on saturday on newsmax of basically making sure that she becomes too toxic for the Trump administration let me ask you about the state of georgia. Obviously yesterday the governor. They're certified the election for joe biden. It's about twelve thousand votes and what you see. Will georgia switch. Yeah that's a total farce Georgia's probably going to be the first state. I'm going to blow up and and mr camp and the secretary of state need to go with it because they're in on the scheme what their last minute. Purchase for award of a contract at dominion of one hundred million dollars. The state bureau of investigation for george ought to be looking into financial benefits received by mr kemp and and The secretary of state family family about that time and another benefit dominion was created to award. As what i would call election insurance. That's why hugo chavez had created in the first place but also wonder where he got the technology where it actually came from. Because i think has hammering scorecard from the cia just to clarify. You're saying governor camp who's been a longtime ally of the president is directly involved because of financial benefit and the conspiracy to defeat the president in georgia. We have certainly been told that there is evidence of that and it would warrant investigation if anybody were actually going to do an honest investigation. What more could you tell us about that. Alleged conspiracy his governor. I can't yeah. I can't give you any more details than that now but it would certainly warrant. An investigation have been reported to me as a law enforcement officer. I would be investigating it steadfastly. She's she's gonna blow up georgia. She says yeah. George is going to be the first state i blow up. I mean she is implying is that and she said this more explicitly in. I think it was in a tweet or statement. The kelly leffler should not beaten doug collins now. I don't know what that means for. Purdue like i don't know if that means like all i i i don't know what it means in terms of the run off i. I don't know that. I've heard her comment directly on whether there should have been run off maybe presumably according to her that runoff was also a plan by kemp and rapids. Burger says obviously beyond the grave which keeps repeating as if. This hasn't been already bunk. Does she think it's a situation. And that shah vez is actually hiding and is truly alive. Working with dominion and brian kemp as some sort of satanic ball in order to overthrow donald trump. I only have two answers for you. One maybe elvis presley's involved and to There could be a ghost in the machine. I mean that's the ghost of hugo chavez in the machines but that became even a bridge too far for the white house or or what was happening. Is that people are pressuring rudy. And rudy's like oh okay. I mean this is a corporate strategy. That i am by. Moira is where when you get into a job you hire as many people as you can below you. So that inevitably when there's some type of downturn and they come to you and say we've got to trim the fat just like okay and you could start slicing and i sort of feel like that's what's going on here because Shortly after that visit. I think it was on sunday. We saw this campaign released statement and and look. Sydney pals been everywhere in representation of the trump campaigns lawsuit while she has the power to blow up georgia. I mean she said it herself. She's been given that authority by. She's got the authority as she also mentioned that there was You know our our forces at one point where have already gone to germany t secure servers which were caught up in this. Of course of course here is a november twenty second twenty twenty trump campaign statement on legal team. Sydney powell is a is practicing law on her own. She's not a member of the trump legal team that in under the t shirt or whatever it is she is not also not a lawyer for the president in his personal capacity. This is from rudy. Giuliani attorney for president trump and jenna ellis trump campaign senior legal adviser an attorney for president trump so there it is Sydney powell now. We will talk later in the program about the implications of this of course because His driven the q. People mad and Well i mean they were already a little bit Crazy let's be honest And so people are trying to figure out. What does this mean. Because it couldn't possibly mean that. Sydney powell just keeps losing all these cases with rudy giuliani rudy. Giuliani needs a fall guy and so She judge no. It must mean that. There's something else going on. Emma and They're going to get to the bottom of it so But we will. We will talk about that more later in the program. I a a message from our sponsor today according to a recent forbes article working from home could transform the job market and create global competition for every role emmys. Lotta people aren't going to come into the office even after this is over. 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I've been reading you For years and years Well so it's a real pleasure to have you on the show here with emma viglen and you've written a couple of pieces that i want to talk about the past Couple of days a week or so. let's start with just the we'll work our way back a little bit You had a piece about This survey like rolling coup. I don't really you know. And and how it's been in many times laughable and hysterical and it's also though it is not a joke it has serious implications. I mean. tell us why wrote that piece. well I mean basically. I mean it's so easy to focus on the joke. Part right you know rudy. Giuliani has got stuff running down his face or running down his wherever. We don't know what's going on with that. You know the these insane arguments. Sydney powell getting fired and and You know trump's record in in these court cases. I think is one in thirty. If i'm not mistaken it's probably worse since the time i got on the computer to talk to you so So that and a lot of takes on this for people say look. you know. this isn't going to succeed or trump is just trying to build up his brand. He's trying to keep his base up. He wants people to keep giving money to these funds that ended up basically going in his pocket And i think i think we have to. Just take this to attempt. We have to call what it is and we have to just take it incredibly seriously because basically you have the elected president of the united states who has all sorts of power is disposal using that power abusing it. Frankly to try and overturn vote counts. I mean not. Even i mean you know. He's filed lawsuits contesting voting procedures. And i mean it's within his rights to do that. I mean these seats are frivolous getting thrown out of court. But i don't and certainly in a state that's close like georgia. He has a right to ask. For a recount. What she's done three times now. I mean all of those are within his right. What he doesn't have a right to do. Is you know wine and dined state legislature. Get on the phone with these obscure officials from the wayne county board of canvassers which i was very happy my life there was such things. The wayne county board of canvassers and using his presidential power to try and say even though the other guy got more votes. I want you to use some sort of theater. You some sort of magical power to certify these the election as the or you know. Send send people electoral college will vote for me even though by got more votes in your state that you can call legislative coup or give us some fancy name but whatever you wanna call basically a aku in the sense that he's trying to stay in power by undemocratic and in in should be consequences for quite literally wined and dined them. He gave michigan state legislatures. Don perry on and wishes. I think between five hundred dollars and seven hundred dollars a bottle or something like that. I mean if we saw a leader of another country in what the west likes to call third world or at slightly offensive but if we saw leader in another country do something like that we would bemoan how undemocratic and how awful it is. And yet i feel like we're not looking at what's happening right now with the seriousness that we would if this was happening. Another country right. I mean There are there are clearly. There's a strong potential criminal. Statutes are being violated here You know what you just talked about. You know these. These legislatures getting flown to from satele. Getting soccer dot. Five hundred dollar bottles of champagne certainly can be construed as bribery or extortion You know one thing. A read that Dana nessel the general michigan. Actually looking at some of these things. For example when these these republicans on the wing county where canvassers fill filed an affidavit to not certify those after getting pressure from trump they committing perjury. You know so. And i argue. There's i think there's a broad theory of election tampering. Here i mean. Let's talk for one. Second about lindsey graham. I mean he's a senator from south carolina getting on the phone and calling up the secretary of state equal another state georgia and asking him to count the votes in such a way. That basically both had been really deliver else would be counted I mean it seems to me. That's a form of election tampering. Now i do think krabi under the current. I'm not a not a lawyer but my hunch is that under current laws That would be difficult case to prove in court probably prosecutors when bring in one of the arguments. My column is maybe we should strengthen the laws because it is election and before we get to certain legalistic. Ask because i think you know the this is such a. This is such a gray area in terms of like you know what constitutes a coup what we have situations where you know We have people in this country Said that you know. We saw coup in in in bolivia because Was the the extension of of terms was sort of illegitimate because the court was stacked. And i mean you know that things technically went through A legalistic process but but but people who want to see a coup there or see something untoward say well. That was because of you know. The supreme court was manipulated or or something to that affect my point being that where do we. How do we are. Do we have a tendency in this country to look at. What's going on here as being too you know from a strictly a legalistic perspective with some notion that our laws can't be manipulated in a way that makes things legal but they're still wrong. I mean that's where we're at right at this point is like we're in the this is wrong territory as a political matter as opposed to a legal matter. I think that's right sam. I think you know. I think i think this whole thing with the state. Legislatures the idea that in michigan or pennsylvania that Republican legislators just seemed the authority to appoint electors regardless of of the number of in their state if who got the most votes I mean that whole theory. He on basically some ambiguity ambiguity in the constitution you know. I mean the presidential election process including the electoral college. I think we can. All agree was far from perfect process. That's led to perfect mountain and and this language about legislatures appointing the electoral college members. You know as they deem it basically every state since around eighteen hundred or so. He's dean that the person who got the most popular votes in their stadium is the person the person against the electoral votes and and there are laws on that books You know trump is seizing on this language to try and say that there's a legalistic frame for what he's doing When when clearly is just wrong. I mean we all know it's wrong. We all know that if fighting got one hundred fifty thousand more votes in michigan sending electors to washington electoral college. Voting for trump is wrong. I mean whether it's legal or not so wh one of the things that strikes me is that you know. I think it's hard to prove this. But i think if things were closer People would be taking this more seriously in some ways right. I mean in a whole host of things that would have to be closer but one thing that has been fairly consistent. is you know Pat toomey has come out and said hey you know now after this pennsylvania case joe biden's really is the president united states. We'll pat toomey is not going to be here in two years the the rest of the republican lawmakers in the senate Maybe there's one or two have dissented or vaguely but in the house The orange c- They have all been. I mean i would say fairly if not totally supportive of the president going after this. At what point do we as a society hold to account the enablers of donald trump in this situation. And and and be. Who's responsible for. I doing that right. I understand like you know you're writing a column about it. But where is the opposition party. That should be sort of like shining a light on on the enablers of donald trump. Which is why. Why just gave out dana. Nessel the michigan aga because she is a good example of somebody. Who's doing her job and doing what she she should be doing. yeah i mean absolutely the democrats to be more forceful seen The democrats in congress don't have to sit there and watch this. I mean they have certain powers. I mean Is out of my column and you can make the case. It's ridiculous i know. I know there's only two months left his presidency but he radically you know if this thing gets further right house could impeach again and you know maybe some of these republicans who claimed by team who claim. They're fed up with what trump's up. Tv's days could maybe go along with an abuse of power impeachment and the reasons for doing that would be Impeachment impeachment usually contains language. Sure it's believed that if somebody's impeach can't hold a run for that office again and so You know impeachment of trump because he clearly abusing his power and impeachment would mean nelly nelly nbc manikins twenty twenty and twenty twenty one. But they would mean you couldn't run for the presidency and twenty twenty four so You know i don't. I don't know what congress has on the table for this. I mean they're just kind of sitting back and hoping goes away and and You're right the the the silence that he complicity is just been astounding. I mean we had one. We had one republican senator. Who's actually up for reelection. Twenty twenty out this morning. Rob portman different. You know i mean. Let's give credit where it's due to that. That's why you know. I mean there's one hundred ninety republicans in the house of representatives and almost nobody is out of this and and obviously you know not to go to the weeds but i mean gerrymandering these people say seats and right in the safety in the state. And i know you've talked about this on your show against people. Say the to indulge in these conspiracy theories and these fantasies trump landslide and get away with it because their districts around some hospital loses and what is going on. You mentioned briefly that republican national of party. I mean they Last thursday or friday tweeted a clip of this now fire sydney powell that trump fraternity saying that trump trump won in a landslide. And we're going to prove that he got the most votes from the people who believe in freedom. I mean it's insane and it's outrageous and the national party's tweeting this. I mean we sell this whole idea of american exceptionalism on the fact that we have a two party system you know and if one of the two parties is that far off the rails is it really a democracy anymore. Well she wasn't in any way affiliated with any of this will and she was just kuwait she was just one of the most fortunate attorneys in the to be holding a press conference simultaneously as there is another press conference by all of trump's lawyers there and they just decided to combine them each time. She in the wrong place at the wrong time or in the right place at the right time for somebody who apparently has no client. Let me about this you you cited in in your piece in the inquirer An essay by Indy summer rhodesia jeeva who lives in sri lanka and the title of the piece Was i lived through a stupid coup. America is having one now and he. He basically argues that. Like we've already lost interest in and explain that concept Well i mean it's just the kind of weakening and weekend a belief belief in democracy. I mean i mean he. All talk specifically does experiences in sri lanka. Which is he writes in the piece kind of a ridiculous q. Where legislators worth melting Hot pepper i think is of their opponents and on the legislative floor and anyway people took to the streets and they camp down this great victory for democracy acceptance. He points out in the piece. A couple of things which i think legitimate concerns for the united states lawn as It was very hard for the legitimate government intriguing govern after that after they'd been weaken their loss of authority in a loss of faith that cetera and the other thing is About three or four months after this failed to heck horrific violence and actually they had a series of easter sunday morning attacks and places of worship and hotels two hundred forty nine sixty nine people were killed in violence and and so just a reminder of the we can't just look at this cool attempt by trump and in terms of easy going to stay in office or not because i think most of us think it's pretty certain that he's not gonna say office one second nineteen warriors one but real questions are what is it done to our faith in the system going forward you know what what type of violent revenge plots is expanding on on on that side of the on that side of the divine I mean those are all real concerns in the longer it goes on the more serious the this you know i think i guess or two. After the race was author. Joe biden thing it was really only a small number rank and file. Republicans say that. Their election was stolen or or unfair but after two weeks at the latest polls have shown a couple of polls anywhere from his high as seventy percent of republicans now think election was either not fair or seventy percent think. The election wasn't fair. Anything by fifty percent think trump actually won the election And that's that's the environment that we're gonna be fine to go forward against against the throne of irs against the recession against change. I mean there's there's seriously like to it. Feels like there's two sets of of of parallel problems with that one is Articulated by the fact. That if mitch mcconnell could deny barack obama A supreme court justice by by just basically saying like yeah. We're not the process. We're just not engaging in that we're just we're just not gonna even engage in the process. Renaming gonna pretend to have a hearing and reject them. We're just not going to engage in the process I imagine they're gonna do all of that with the cabinet secretaries They'll be one or two that they pass. I have a feeling like unhealth and national security. Maybe they'll let a couple of those officials go by but they'll shut everything else down and there will be to the extent that there was any concern about what he did with garland. I think there's going to be even less concerned in this instance right because you're going to have a the the majority of the republican party going like well. Of course joe biden anymore win the election. So why should he get a chance to have a cabinet. And then there's this sort of like a broader And so the workings of our our government are going to suffer and then there's a second order problem that like well the workings of our government. You know there's the process that is going to suffer and then there's going to be the rubber meets the road where our government can't effectively deal with what's going on here with already this sort of notion of like we couldn't even hold an election that was not controversal What where does that leave us. It would sort of like both you know one is more of a a problem for for sure. I guess more high information voters are insiders. Or you know savvy people in the other. One is just like your average person on the street. Who just like this is just. What is the this useless. Yeah well. I think we're gonna have to see how this plays out in practical terms. You know. I mean all of this is going to happen. Ne- january february march next year against the backdrop. You know that ronan by numbers the way to go and we'll probably be spiking around with biden's moderation may. I mean not not not deep into american history. There's so much of this situation reminds me of everything i've read about what it was like. When the arctic over hoover a who were hoover basically refuse to tell that are in any way. Get his programs. Going before the inauguration which you may remember back then was march sports. They had to wait this interminable for four and a half months for president and by the time he took talking by the time he took office in march nineteen thirty three. I mean some people were calling. For a dictatorship recession without it and in oppression. I should say without a control. I mean they had to close the banks for days competence and amazingly somehow quote it off. But i mean there's a reason he's liking the after fear is fear itself because things devolve to that point and i think the scenario that you describe you know where we have a president and can't even get his kind of you know an people the people that biden is putting out area there flipping the people actually you. They're basically the most boring right efficient geared and not something are not getting that many of them are people very bland non offensive. You know in the ideas of somebody like mike one game. There are some of these even less less controversial choices. Not getting confirmed is just show that show that we're we're locked and i you know i think i mean so. Many people have lost so much faith in the system or so. It seems i mean i mean i guess. The countervailing argument to that is the fifty five million. People are so many voted on election. Day that's good if people see that. Nothing's changed by the spring. You know it's just. There is a recipe from ask them disillusionment. And i don't know what that leads to probably something. Let's i wanna just Turn to your piece about frank Rizzo was The dallas who. Frank rizzo was. And why you think that. Trump has become a all of america's frank. Rizzo frank. where's the original original law and order guy. I mean he. He unlike prompt and he actually was a lifelong police. Officer would rather see the ranks Partly in philadelphia yet partly by getting tough on African american writers during the game uprising in nineteen sixty. Four hundred philadelphia that boosted. His profile is a guy who got you. There's a famous picture of him showing up at a at a riots at situation for coming from a from a dinner a black tie dinner and he's got a night stick his number of items. That's that picture. Kinda sums up the image that frank. Rizzo a gave and then after so he became the police commissioner in the sixties and then in nineteen seventy one. He ran for mayor of the city and super popular with working class. White ethnic italian american himself and also irish american voters catholic voters gig very well in those communities other other white ethnic groups and served two terms since the mayor was generally despised by the black community in philadelphia. Lots of an infant police brutality mayor and mean trump's gonna compared to preserve or because obviously they're willing to the same base Because that was also very politically incorrect. you know he. He said he said he'd been treated the underneath treating. It means that he would make until the hon. Look like an koestler. Was that so you kind of the original politically correct incorrect politician. You know said trump really took on that style. The reason i wrote the column is what dawned on me is is trump is humanly. Hopefully we in the office is that Rizzo after became mayor. Never gave up trying to get that. He actually tried to change the charter. Because there was two term. Linda he tried to get that changed so he can stay in power That was rejected and really was kind of the first Kind of sign a black political power in philadelphia down but that didn't stop him from running against milton. get it. who's i slack mayor. He even switched parties democrat or republican in an effort to stay. You know stay in power and and he used the media's megaphone you know he became a radio greg radio host in philadelphia and he used that to stay in touch with his base and he really never stopped being a kind of unofficial bona fide king of the white ethnic community in philadelphia. Even though no on there and you know it seems seems like doing that. He left like another blueprint for fox. Right because i mean trump and by the way i should mention that israelis. He kept running for mayor until finally in nineteen ninety-one when he's shocked everybody. By once again getting the republican nomination. He asks him healed over and died of a heart attack while he's out campaigning. And so you know. I i mean here's trump. I mean he's planning to run in twenty twenty four Wanting to the white house You know he lost in two thousand twenty four and if he has killed over from all the all the fried chicken by then i mean he probably run in twenty twenty eight He certainly wants some media. Presents for himself is others pointed out. He the rumored that he wants to start his. Tv network probably isn't true because it's just too much work for him but he certainly going to find a place where you know he certainly going to be. You know if he's not getting along with fox and friends he's going to find some similar outlet to call in and you know we're never going to be rid of you know it's like the like house parts of these. Tv shows where the main character rises up to become vice president and then president and then they lose and then they come back. I mean i mean. It's like for for trump presidency. Wasn't really grand finale. It was like season three six season. Reality show you know i'm back. Here's the question. I have a relative to theresa and and it's funny know i remember clips of video During some of the black lives matter protests and they're being like these gangs of of middle age White guys with baseball bats walking around and patrolling their neighborhoods. You know these clips in philadelphia to me. Seem like the the quintessential rizzo voters. But here's the real question is after they lose. Because i think you know we know the concept of somebody losing in sticking around right. Yeah because sarah palin gave us for at least three or four years i mean. She was She was you know up until twenty twelve. I think like you know when when when romney sort of came to the fore she was still the dominant republican avatar And she was going around the country holding similar political brand to trump to so very except trump has way more of a presence in the public's lexicon and mind obviously now that he's president but even before that so it could be even longer lasting relief. And but here's the question though. Is that after. Rizzo loses is there. Does the sheen come off a little bit in other words like the does losing for a guy like that somehow undercut the brand enough that you know. He's not going away is he. What's the trajectory after that. That's a good. That's a great question. I think i think it is relevant for from. And here's why. Because i mean. I think i think he's loss. I think i think he's white. Beijing supporters blamed loss on demographics. You know philadelphia wasn't cd that over the years it got more and more non white and when he left office and in nineteen free when wilson goes the city's first black mayor narrowly defeating here. That was that was just seen as a sign of the whites. Were losing control. The and this was now become the african american city and it was the question demographics and so we didn't really is a shame because he was still. I mean to the forty seven percent. Either on the number of people who of whites and in philadelphia. Not all obviously but to the working class more conservative days of the white ones in philadelphia. Even he was still there mayor and and he didn't lose because he was a bad mary. No by all descriptions he was actually actually won the city pretty badly during these terms and it wasn't because he was dropped although it was the nishi fair to that if it was because he demographics and i think this is. This is the argument today on the public inside. You know starting starting the tea party which i talked about a couple of times. Ten years ago You know was driven so much by the spirit that the united states was the nation that there would be the rights of the minority in the united states. By twenty fifty or twenty gene depends survey. You know and this was such a driver. Fear that the they wanted their country back is is the woman they said and You know trump trump is always going to be the king of that and the fact that you know he terrible job as president the fact that he totally mismanaged this virus viruses and they'll probably hundred thousand excess people die because of mismanagement. You know you would think that would be held against them. But i think. I think these people who just seem it seem to see things in these more. The word is the. He's more terms that business. A war for the future. Elation and mike you know who the details like a virus or fifteen million unemployed people are just details you know. And that's what i think. The future is I know that we did talk about the tea party. Ten years ago. are are we talking about the same people i mean you know when we talk about like reagan democrats or i should say the moral majority and then some iteration of reagan democrats. Maybe that's a slightly different Cohort of people but are we talking about the have we been talking about the same people but just putting different Labels on them. Because they're branding is different. I mean it you know. Like i is the are there. Are there Tea party people who are like you know what. I thought that these guys were the answer. But they're not I'm going to vote for biden. Or i'm just hanging up my my tri tri cornered hat. And i'm going to go Take it easy now. What are we just talking about the same people they just have a slightly different You know thrust. it's hard to generalize. I think you can pretty much draw straight line from the tea party. Party was a weird thing. He got so much attention for a year. Or two. And i i know about them and In right around twenty twelve actually quincy have twins or not. It was right after the gabby giffords cheating. I think fox news right after that decided to cut off glenn beck and cut off some of the oxygen. The tea party and the thing. I mean a big difference between republicans and democrats in this country. He's republicans and conservatives are are just such top down people they really you know. Take orders authority. Teheran's you wanna call them up and not just trump but like fox news and you know when the tea party deciding that there wasn't a seeking fox news decided. It wasn't key party anymore. That basically ended the tea party. Which it's kinda crazy but monkey said those people didn't go away. You know you know. I mean going back to the reagan democrats and you go further back to the john birch society and right and the the paranoid style in american either by richard hostetter which was written in nineteen sixty four. And you can say these people have always been around but you know. I think i mean there's always been a kind socially conservative white working class in this country and but i think you know i think their allegiances having always been the same. I mean i mean people that we call reagan. Democrats were democrats in the sixties and seventies and did vote for many johnson and uber carrying western pennsylvania. Which is home of the reigning in the late sixty s and and so these people were did have groups labor unions that encourage them to the court more progressive ideas and then labor unions as you as you know in the seventies and eighties after after reagan napa the air traffic controllers. And and and and you know what moved in. You know talk radio then fox news and now finally the internet facebook and hyun on so so these people looking increasingly rudderless and making up in buffeted by these days misinformation which is why i think it just keeps getting worse and worse and i think you know the tea party was banned from trump and trump has been worse than party. I think i think it's partly just deterioration of this whole misinformation wizard. It's out there. Well all i can tell you get working on that cunanan book and will do we will We will revisit will bunch columnist for the philadelphia inquirer. We will put a link to your pieces and to your newsletter sign up at majority dot. Fm thanks so much for your time. They really appreciate. Hey xander showing me into next. Both you guys thanks. I appreciate it. thanks so much. All right i'm going to take a quick break back in a moment with with more so Before we go the obviously what. What's fascinating now and what i think. Sort of broke open in the Sydney powell Accusations about about georgia was the tension that exists. Here you know Early on we heard reporting that mitch. Mcconnell and the republican caucus felt that maintaining trump's engagement. And this this type of sense that it was stolen from donald trump would help in georgia. And i think to a certain extent there was also Mitch mcconnell is thinking like well. I've got to we've got a lineup behind trump. So trump will come in and help us in georgia because the control of the senate is in balance. I don't think that we're going to have it. The democrats win. I don't think it's gonna be a boon for progressives but it's to be at least an ability to do some of the basic functions of government and powell sort of broke really highlighted the conflict that exists right now because if you're gonna say Georgia was stolen while it was stolen by republican lawmakers and republican officials. And they're also holding this vote here and they also held the vote. That made kelly leffler win over doug collins who was the favored trump candidate and this all starts and then and then the other sort of contradiction is well what happens when they give up the ghost that in fact trump did not win the election. He did not win georgia. That necessarily has to happen weeks before the special election and on some level. We're watching this. This problem like rear its head. Here's clip number number thirteen and this is from This is from david world to i guess on twitter and it is footage from A rally in georgia that I don't raises the problem that you're going to have in terms of republicans support for leffler and Purdue we you say like it's going to be uphill battle. it's it's democrats. Don't do well in these situations traditionally but who knows traders are not willing to ross and up eight any republican he we finish for tyrants that. We're just going to go away tickets against explicitly helping to stop this. You make sure you are ever ever again. I mean honestly like my first inclination is like are. These democratic operative like grass bide in like traders. I mean the. I just honestly like like if you know. If if project lincoln was actually going to be effective what they would be doing is financing these type rallies where they would send down people like you guys are republicans now and. Here's what you're gonna do. You're going to say we're not gonna participate in this. Because i mean this. I don't know if it's gonna make a difference. But i can't imagine if you are a democratic in georgia that this isn't like giving you some measure of hope. I mean this is what you wanna do. you want. The devotion want the republican coalition to be or to the extent it's coalition you want the republicans to be divided. You want them to have some m ambivalence about going out and voting in a special election. Yeah i mean to me. I'm a bit more pessimistic about that prospect just because leffler and perdue have both called for a recount of georgia have both been very deliberate in the fact that they're trying to stay on trump's good side and really when it comes to just raw shen an anger for the republican base. It's not that complicated. It's going to be more straightforward in the fact that they want to. Jason basically stick it to socialist biden. I think what it really is gonna come back to is. The democrats stole the election. They're going to say. How are you going to fight back against the democrats and it will always return to voting for the republican so wild. I feel. this is amusing. I don't know if it has a longer lasting effect in terms of Or might just been marginal in terms of who turns out for leffler and produce but that could be enough We we don't know. I just i do think that eventually. They'll return back to anger. Democrats anger at socialists. You know and death to biden. Whatever they want to say yeah. I think that's the safe bet. I do think that's a safe bet. But it is an interesting sort of twist here where You know in this year of who knows. Everything is is sort of Is is extremely hard to predict. It is hard to assess whether you know. Like i mean trump people want to distance themselves from From powell and Presumably it's because they're getting pressure from other republicans and Maybe rudy giuliani is getting pressure from other republicans. But she doesn't she doesn't have to stop going on World that daily or owner one america. Whatever these i mean. She doesn't have to stop. And it's gonna be interesting to see if she continues to get play in that. Sort of subterranean semi subterranean republican News mirror media world. Because if she does She you know she doesn't care about The those two runoffs she cares about what you know. 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October 25: Making a mockery

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October 25: Making a mockery

"This is a CBC podcast at Franklin Templeton. We help you invest in companies that treat every milestone like a steppingstone reach for better Franklin Templeton investments. Hello. I'm Megan Williams sitting in for Carol off. Good evening. I'm Jeff Douglas. This is as it happens. The podcast addition. Tonight, making a mockery the murder of Jamal kashogi suggests the Saudi regime will not tolerate criticism, but Assadi satirists in London scoffs at the notion. He'll stop Scoffing at his nation. The prices rights Justin Trudeau says it would cost billions to cancel the armored vehicle deal with Saudi Arabia, but an EP MP who's constituents would make the labs says not canceling will cost Canada more than money. Mid terms and conditions as the US vote nears complaints about voter suppression in Georgia where the Republican candidate for governor is also in charge of the state's election law tanks, but no tanks. New Bill would make it illegal to keep whales. Dolphins in captivity. And one Senator says her experience as a residential school survivor factored into her support of the law turning off his sub conscious mind driver for a US sandwich chain response to the call. And instead of delivering food winds up delivering a man to the hospital and to make a lung story short ABI, scientists excitedly seals himself inside an airtight bio dome as an experiment, but his breathless anticipation ends when he approaches actual breathlessness as it happens, the Thursday edition radio that figures he was dressed pretty normally when he went in but came out with lots of wild pants. The murder of journalist Jamal kashogi has hammered home. The message to critics of the Saudi regime that descent is not welcome. And that is true. Even for Saudis living in exile. Who may have previously felt safe from retribution for speaking out against the Saudi Royal family, Ghanem almost thirty is one of them. He lives in London. And he produces a popular satirical weekly YouTube show that pokes fun at the Saudi royals and has thousands of you're inside Saudi Arabia. We reach Mr. messiah in London. Mr. said, he are you tempted to lay low a bit and stop making satirical videos of the Saudi regime after what happened to Jamal Khashoggi. Actually, am not because we have to to the whole war. What have been two Jamaa could happen to anyone else and therefore the whole world should get to know that through face of the Saudi regime. I don't need to tell you what happened to Jamal Khashoggi. He was murdered killed in a consulate possibly tortured and dismembered has not not rattled you a little it is it is horrifying. But this is what we should we we should expect from the Saudi government. They have history of people from abroad and a are. Execute him people in Saudi Arabia for their own opinions. Therefore, the only difference with this incident. It's taboo, in international soil in Cherokee in a consulate. And it's good intimation Latisha in. That's why this odious even admitted what they have done at the beginning. They if in Qom has lied to the whole war when he says Jamal has left the consulate why Alenia will have been to him. And he thought we will buy his story. And that's the end of it. Now, you have not pulled any punches in satirizing the Saudi government, and specifically the crown prince of you've depicted him in diapers and called him among other names, tubby teddy bear, I can't imagine he's taking that with a grain of. Salt was I think he's shooting t shouldn't take it that way. Because the way I big team. Is because he's the one in charge in the kingdom. We knew it is the, you know, you know, how many jobs titan she has. He is that defense minister his crown is the head of the economy has that president of Aramco. He has too many titans. He is the one in charge in Saudi this. Why victim because he's the top an image. Oh him on Devia. So it's my to see that. I think he can call me any name, I will accept it. I will ask him through your station that if he's listening to us he concurred me any name. I will not yet. I will definitely need to go all in the ward harassing the one who called me that name or even kill anyone who will call me any names. Have you heard through? This oughta grapevine at all how he's reacted to you're making fun of him. I of course, he's. Not too happy with me. So if I'm a Saizen combranch on making fun of him think this would be considered a a huge crime in Saudi. Now, you're obviously a fierce critic of the crown prints why the use of satire as a way to to to criticize him people wanted to to hear any message in a funny way in a comedian way. With course, a message, and this why I have gained millions of followers inside the kingdom. I talk to people in a normal way in a funny way on a make fun of the club prints, and they left it because they come to themselves. I wanted to see the Saudis people and like the western because they want to live like everyone else, we all know. But as President Trump has his the head of the strongest country in. The world. Now only America making fun of him at the daily bases. So I would love to see the Saudis doing the same to relieve without feeding without Tiffin in feed or afraid of being security or killed for for something which is their right to do. So now, we know you've called the crown prince tubby teddy bear, can you give us some other examples of the kinds of things you've said to make fun of him or Saudi royals. Yeah. I I took him and funny. Why you which is very difficult for me to translate them from Arabic to English. We find study hard when we try to translate do Padeshah, which is teddy teddy bear he found it very difficult to find. To high into that that exact translation too. So I do I do make fun of him which I think he should accept it and unjust if he is happy with me, I think he should come any name. I will be happy. You call me any way, you have a lot of viewers and Saudi Arabia. Can you tell me about some of the messages and emails you get from people inside the country to behind? They start to dislike in the cow and discovered that he's a liar and DVD heightened him the sending me messages in daily basis through Snapchat, where they film where they are. And if in sometimes when the drive bass there has been the sometimes the spits in his book the getting tired than sick of him. And they are edging mean to stop and the consider me as their vice unday wanted me to continue to do that on the I will. Yeah. I promise them through your channel that I will not I will not let them down. Is there anything that would make you stop making fun of the crown prince if he if he can me that they knew a hit I would stop when someone Brock this that freedom, and it means a lot. It means a lot, and I will never ever be silenced or Alice sequel, and he can we this is new hero, sinus, Mr. alma said, thanks very much for speaking. With me. Thank you, so much Ghana mouse, a messiah is Saudi satirist. We reached him in London. The cost of pulling out of that big Saudi arms deal is changing by the day earlier this week. The prime minister said that his government was reviewing the export of armored vehicles to the kingdom in response to the murder of journalists Jamal kashogi, but Mr. Trudeau warned that the contract struck by his predecessor included cancellation penalties of something like a billion dollars Mazafran prime minister Trudeau was asked how his review of that contract was going. It is an extremely difficult contract. That was agreed to by Stephen Harper and the previous conservative government part of the terms of that contract agreed to was total confidentiality around that conflict around that contract. So I cannot give details at this point of what is in the contract. Suffice it to say possible penalties would be in the billions of dollars. But that is something we are looking at right. We are looking at right now as I've said our focus right now is working with the international community to get answers on the murder Jamaica Shoghi and ensure that there are consequences. Prime minister Justin Trudeau earlier today. Cancellation penalties would not be the only cost of cancelling the Saudi deal. Irene Matheson is the end EP member of parliament for London Fanshawe in on terro where five hundred people worked for General Dynamics, the company that produces the vehicles. We reach MS Matheson in Ottawa MS Matheson, you're calling on Justin Trudeau to pull out of his contract with the Saudis. What are you hearing about that from your constituents who worked for General Dynamics, whether very concerned understandably because this means a great deal in terms of good jobs for those employees and their families and not just the General Dynamics jobs, all the Hillary jobs. There's a significant workforce in. Involved in the production of these the ical. Now, just this week, General Dynamics laid off thirty seven salaried employees. Now, they're saying it's not related to the political fallout of over the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi. But none the less people are watching the news, and they're worrying about losing their jobs. No, well, yes. And understandably now, I've asked General Dynamics management about knows layoff. And they said it's part of the usual cycle that it's not unusual. And I I can only take them at their word because there are cyclical layoffs. There were layoff before twenty fifteen and and after twenty fifteen so I'm not sure that is directly related to the kashogi murder. But certainly there is an giants across the city of London. Because this is this is a very difficult situation for Londoners, and I want to begin by telling you that the workers that dynamics take incredible pride in the work that they do because it is such a good vehicle. I think that there will be customers in other parts of the world customers who are allies that don't commit human rights offenses. And so right from the beginning the Saudi have been a questionable customer there have been concerns expressed in a number of areas women's right? Couple of years ago, we heard about summary executions, and now, of course, there's more in Yemen. Children in school buses were killed because they were caught in this war that the Saudis are waging in Yemen. And there's an anticipation that twelve million people will die in the next year. From war induced famine this prime minister when he took office knew all about this contract. He talks about contravention -ality, and he talks about penalties. He has been red cavalier in in terms of throwing around numbers. I just want to ask you about that. Because the prime minister says he's prevented from offering details. But that there would be penalties in the billions if he cancelled the contract. What's your understanding of what the true price would be? I don't know. I have never been given any access to the contract. But he knows what is in that contract. And I think that people should also recall that there's only a year left in the contract. So the question is how many vehicles are still to be shipped. What is the nature of the vehicles or even sure that they're all loud? And the fact that he knows yes, the terms are confidential. But he knows on Monday. He said it was going to be a billion dollars on Wednesday. He said, oh, well billion dollars was just a figure of speech. And now he's saying possible penalties in the billion, plural. So I it's very very unclear but what? It is clear to me is that as signers of the international trade treaties. We have it all day shin not to sell to human rights offenders and the world is going to come after us and make us live up to our obligations now at the same time. These workers must be protected, and I want to see a transition. I want to see something in black and white. That's not confidential from this prime minister in regard to how he is going to protect these workers and make sure that they have the ability to support their families. I if there's only a year ago and only so many left of of these armored vehicles to deliver. What makes you so confidence worth paying that price? The the billions and penalties. What price would you pay on twelve million live twelve million people are expected to perish in the next year? Because of this war that the Saudis are waging we have to stand up and say. This is wrong. Now earlier this year though, you weren't calling for those expert permits to be canceled. You one of them to be slowed down. How did your mind change on this? Well in terms of what was going on? I think that there needed to be clarity. And it's interesting talking about what was going on in Yemen. Yes. What was going on in Yemen? And there have been reports over the last while and speaking with with representatives from General Dynamics, they kept assuring that they had close contact that they actually went into specked it what was going on in Saudi Arabia. And they were sure that there wasn't anything untoward. But clearly that is I guess more hopeful than than than true. So can I just ask this though, is it not somewhat naive to believe that when you're shipping these armored vehicles to what? Ever country that they will always be used for peacemaking purposes. I think it depends on who your customer is. And in this case, it's a very unreliable customer. If we were to find customers among our NATO allies, those who absolutely do not commit human rights offenses, then we could feel a lot better in terms of of how those vehicles were being used, and I wanna come back to what I said initially. These are probably the best vehicles in the world in terms of peacekeeping and keeping peacekeepers safe. And that was I think always the intent in terms of of the workers of Londoners. They saw this as something that we could be proud of. Thank you very much for speaking. With me, MS Matheson. Oh, my pleasure. Take good care. And thank you for the opportunity. Thank you. Okay. Bye. Bye. I remember this is the end EP member of parliament parliament rather for. London Fanshawe we reached her in Ottawa. Police have so far this week intercepted at least ten pipebombs in the United States addressed to some outspoken critics of President Donald Trump. An investigators are still trying to find out who is behind them. But President Trump was already playing his own blame game today against the media. One of his tweet said, quote, a very big part of the anger. We see today in our society is caused by the mainstream media that I refer to as fake news unquote, one of the pipe bombs was of course, address to CNN and this morning CNN reporter, Abby Phillip asked White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, why the president has described the Democrats as quote evil in the past. And whether those comments have so division. Here's that exchange evil at appropriate way. It's a word that you used on your network a number. Of times, not only did the scribe the president, but many people that work in this administration absolutely day in day out. There is a negative tone ninety percent of the media attention around this president is negative despite historic job creation. Despite the fact that our economy is booming, despite the fact that trade deals at everybody said couldn't be made have been made. Despite the fact that the president is trying to install law and order at our border and protect the security of Americans from the east coast to the west coast north and south. He does continue to focus only on the negative. And that is there is a role to play yesterday. The very first thing that the president did was come out and condemn the violence. The very first thing your network did was come out and accused the president of being responsible for that is not okay. The first thing should have been to condemn the violence. That was White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, answering questions from the media this morning. Yesterday afternoon Curtis. Bouty took his first breath of fresh air in over fourteen hours. These self-described whimsical scientists had spent those fourteen hours sealed in a home-made airtight cube bio dome on Vancouver island because well. We reach Mr. bounty in Courtney British Columbia, Mr. Bo what was it like to take that first breath of fresh air after fourteen hours and closed in a plastic wrapped cube. Say it was pretty fantastic up until the MIR felt really sick and breathing in our regular fresh atmosphere was. It was great. So tell us why did you shut yourself up in an airtight container? So I do science experiments on my YouTube channel just in order to raise awareness about basic science concepts. And I think that people really don't understand the climate change because they don't even understand what the air is made out of you know, that's not their fault. But I'm trying to do projects like this one. So this one I feel myself in a box to raise awareness about the base science concepts surrounding climate change. Okay. So let's talk about the actual bio dome that you constructed how big is it? It's ten feet by ten feet by ten feet. So it holds thirty thousand liters of air, which sounds like a lot. But really isn't. And what did you have in there with you? Yeah. So I had about two hundred plants which were the most important part. And it had a lot of air monitoring and health monitoring equipment, and I had a hammock to sleep in a bunch of food though, eighty liters of water and the bucket. I would think that would be necessary. What kind of plants did you have in there with you? I had a pretty big variety of plants add some sunflowers and some corn and beings, and I had several white cedar trees in there with me diversity is important in an ecosystem where you eating any of the plants. No eating all dried food because I couldn't cook in there because cooking. Amidst fossil fuels serve would be talking to me in there. Okay. And no, no, no book list, or none of none of your favorite records or anything like that. No, I was actually pretty busy on my phone because I did have life is. So I spent pretty much the whole time on Twitter, and yeah, that was that was more exciting than I thought it would be and what were you tweeting about as were sitting in there with the plants tweeting a little bit about my experience. But a lot about climate change as a whole and what we can do. And I was really trying to get people to have a conversation about what they were going to do in their life. And you know, if they were going to eat less meat or drive less to make difference where you were you exchanging tweets with anybody who you know, sort of didn't hadn't thought about these issues before. Yeah. Quite a few actually a lot of people that seem to be genuinely confused about how the climate change thing is working or how it's happening a lot of people thinking. Yeah. Carbon dioxide goes into. The air, and that's good for plants. Right. So more carbon dioxide is better for earth. And it's like, yeah. Plants light carbon dioxide, but they can only take in so much and their saturated and our earth is building up the atmosphere is building up with this gas. Not not good. What did people think about you closing yourself in plastic cube pretty much every possible response from you know, you're crazy. This is stupid. It's not very safe. And I'll say now, obviously, don't try this at home, but I did have my friend who's a paramedic watching and all sorts of safety equipment with me. And so rain from that to your inspiring, and I'm going to change my life because of this. So it was it was interesting now you were hoping to make it from in. You were hoping to be in there for longer than fourteen hours. What went wrong? So I had originally thought maybe I would make it to three days and then. About a couple of weeks ago. I thought you know, did all the math, maybe twenty one hours. And while I was in there. It was cloudy. I did I didn't get any direct sunlight and plants need sunlight to photo synthesize. And that is how they make oxygen by using CO two. So without the sunlight CO two doesn't built up in their until it became dangerous. So what what does that feel like being surrounded by too much CO two? So feels physically like the air is a little thicker, and that's partly because it is more massive. And also because it's building up inside your body, and it also slows your mind down. So I felt a little bit out of it. And it was kinda hard to harder to focus and harder to higher orders decision making. So it was kind of wild to watch that to feel that happen. And he tweets regret sending in that state. No, I very careful. And I'm kind of myself in that. He didn't send anything you regret. I did say actually that it was raining in there, which is technically not true because it was what it was condensing on the ceiling and falling. But you know, you can't be perfect, right? And do you feel like you accomplished what you wanted to? Yeah. People keep telling me, you know, I'm sorry didn't go as planned didn't last as long as you'd hoped. But I mean, I feel like this is an excellent success. My plan was to reach out to people about climate change and get a conversation started. And the response has been absolutely incredible on Twitter and on the news. So I'm I'm pumped science experiments up your sleeve. I mean, I make all sorts of crazy YouTube videos, but right now, I'm going to take a little bit of time off and breed easy. Thank you very much. Mr. boaty for speaking with me today. Thank you Curtis body is into youtuber. We reached Courtney BC and if you'd like see a photograph of his bio dome, it's on our website. Midterm elections are fast approaching in the US, but for many voters in Georgia confusion reigns over whether they will be able to vote at all the Republican candidate for governor. Brian Kemp is currently the secretary of state for the state of Georgia and that puts him in charge of overseeing the election rules rolls that some say have become prohibitively strict. Now, a federal judge has ordered election officials to stop rejecting absentee ballots over alleged signature mismatches. Stacey Hopkins is one of many who have challenged the state's laws since Mr. Kemp took over. We reached MS Hopkins in Atlanta. Ms hopkins. It's two thousand eighteen in the US. How is it? That voting rights are still such a contentious issue in an election. That is a really good question because from my perspective and from what happened to me personally. This could be eighteen eighteen it just takes your breath away that we are seeing right now all of these manifestations of voter suppression Karrar one of the sticking points is the state's exact match law. Tell me what that is exact matches. They law that was passed by our state legislature, very strict metric that says how your ide- must match your voter registration to the letter. So for example, my name is Stacey Hopkins if my ID as Stacey a Hopkins. And my voter registration says Stacey Hopkins, then the state can say, well, we're not sure this is the same person, and we are going to put you in a pending status. That means you have to once again prove your identity before you are allowed to vote and that leads to a number of voters what not voting. Yes, what we found is that there are those who are being placed on the pending status. And they are not being notified and time for them to clear up their in which is still pending. Now, the state says there's a relief mechanism and that voters can use what we call it. The provisional ballots. Those your last chance ops imbalance and those come with a requirement that you must cured. Whatever problem is sound where you're not allowed to vote on election day, the problem with provisional. These elections are usually called and the provisional ballots and never count. So that's remedy. Really? Don't want to suggest that people use on laissez absolutely have to now the exact match law isn't the only controversy. That's come up in the election. A judge has ruled that election officials must stop rejecting absentee ballots over mismatch signatures, can you tell us what what those are in if this isn't encouraging ruling. Yes, it wasn't harassing, but it is only temporary bomb the issue came out because we're seeing a disproportionate amount of action t ballots being rejected because of the signature and the question became win election workers become handwriting experts. You had an experience of your own where your voter registration was put in jeopardy. Can you? Tell me what happened to you. Yes. In July of twenty seventeen I. They mail. Are it looks like something where you request they pin from your Bank? But the thing that caught my eye was that it had a official United States postal service change of address stick on it. So when I opened the notice it said that we have indication that you have moved and you need to fill this document out. If you do not fill this form out within thirty days. We will then move you to inactive lows now that sentence clicked all whole lot of bells in my head because you cannot place anyone on the inactive rolls unless they have not voted and at least two federal cycles. We had just voted. So there was no way they could put us on the inactive list we were being sent that notice illegally. We moved within the same count and say that challenge stat and you challenge at how did you challenge? It. Actually because I was so distressed about. I took a picture of it. I put it on Twitter the ACLU sought. They contacted me asked that they could represent me and case, and I agree, and I'm so thankful for that. And we challenged secretary state camp who's our chief election officer as well as my county ACLU decided to settle I wanted to take this to court, but I was faced with a limo. There were one hundred and fifty nine thousand who are in the same circumstances. I we were sort of an a limbo in town to the wound the allowed the votes so in order for myself and the other one hundred fifty nine thousand to be allowed to vote. I agree to take the settlement. But I'm not happy with the outcome because Brian counts, we see no punishment, right? And Brian camp as you say Georgia's secretary of state and the Republican candidate for governor he strongly. Is that he's attempting to suppress the vote in any way, what's your response to him? My response to him would be let's have a conversation because there are questions about my case that simply do not sit the rhetoric that he would like us to believe I was not an active, but I need to know why was targeted because the only thing I can think of I am black. I'm female, and I tend to vote democratic well, it's been wind. They'd be ported that people most affected by this are like you black or poor people. What memories does that vote for you? And for many black people in Georgia. Oh from me that was so personal. You know, I ain't civil rights. Spady? I grew up during the most turbulent times of our history, and I have a connection through my own family. I mean, everyone who is African American in this country. We have a canal. Action to the site. 'cause you don't want me to vote you do that cmih. And it's not one person one vote. It's no person. No vote. Do you think the perception that you have and many other people black people, especially that votes are being suppressed that this hurts the legitimacy of elections in the United States? Oh, absolutely. I'm a big fan of the democratic process is anything should be nonpartisan. This should be have throughout the country. Not just Georgia. This is become a partisan battle. And this undercuts any message that we as Americans can say to anybody else, we have no right telling any other country that you know, we're going to bring democracy to your source when we cannot do this here. My husband was he's a veteran. My daughter's veteran, I've had people fight for this country put their lives on the. Line and for them to turn around and come to me and tell me I'm not even worthy of voting. And you're gonna try to take something that is in the Nalia bull. Right. No. I will not Sam for it. Ms hopkins. We're going to be watching this very closely. Thanks so much for speaking. With me today. Thanks for having me, we reach Stacey Hopkins in Atlanta, Georgia, and we do have more on the story on our website, CBC dot CA slash AH. When Canadian Donna Strickland won the Nobel prize in physics earlier this month a lot of people around the world couldn't help but take note of her title. And they were surprised that scientists could win the most prestigious prize in the world and still only be an associate professor. Well, now, the university of Waterloo has officially made MS Strickland a full professor on October second the issue did come up in Carol's conversation with Dona Strickland. And his also a lot thing made on Twitter that, you know, bell winning scientists is an associate professor at Waterloo. So what about I'm very story because I think the anniversary of been criticized it up, but I just simply never applied. Nobody told me not to nobody. You know? Actually, I had to call male colleagues here. Tell me I should, you know time for me to be applying. And I said, yeah, I'll get around to that. But I just never did going get into it. Now, I'm kind of hoping maybe the university listening just give it to me. Now. I don't know. I guess if they have a lot of flak, though, don't maybe help me fill out all the forms that has to be filled out. I think Nobel-winning scientist is probably good never reason to have any to become a full professor. I like to think that I find fun, and they're that thing I never found fun. So that's why I didn't do it that was Nobel prize winner. Donna Strickland in conversation with Carol on October. Second the university of Waterloo has indeed now given MS Strickland a full professorship. Zac, Hilmer is aid delivery driver added. Jimmy Johns in Columbus Nebraska to John's US restaurant chain that serves sandwiches, so as you would expect typically the people who call are hungry, and they want to order food. But when a manager picked up the phone this past weekend, the caller had a more urgent request her brother needed a ride to the hospital. He was in pain that is whereas Kilmer came in. We reach Mr Helmer at that Jimmy Johns in Columbus, Mr. hill mirror. So you're at the store this weekend. What is your manager? Tell you about this phone call. He has just received. Well, I just came back from another delivery. And basically what he said was we don't have anymore delivery to do. But we've got a guy who moves to go to the hospital. You wanna do that? How did you react when you heard that someone had to call Jimmy Johns for a ride to the hospital? It was kind of funny at first, and it was definitely something unusual wasn't really something that I knew what to do about something. I think about so your manager told you what to give her a call. I mean, he gave me the choice. He said you can call if you want. I mean, you don't want to that. He wasn't sure either exactly what we should do. So I thought about it for a little bit. And then I decided that I should call and see what she needs. What did he tell you? When he when he gave you that choice. Well, we weren't really on board with what she needed or wanted. We weren't really sure why she was calling Jimmy John. Choose very clear that it just seemed like he knew who she was talking to. And she saw the, but that was not the case. So when you called her what did you learn and the conversation? I called in and I guess right away. I just I just asked her what what his name was was. And then we talked for a little bit longer until I think we both came to realize ation pretty much at the same time that she wasn't talking to who to thought she was talking to that's one after like who who do who. Do you think you're talking to? And she said, well, the worker. And I said, no, this is John. So at that point. I guess you you were faced with another choice. Yeah. Well, and she was once he heard that then she she was kind, you know, kind of discouraged. I think she thought she was talking to somebody that could help around. So she told me that she was going to go and try and find somebody, but I stopped. Somebody that comes out. At that point. And why couldn't she drive her brother to the hospital? Well, she have very had just got off the plane in Florida. She would too far away to do anything. So what did you end up learning about this man when you went and picked him up and took him to the hospital. Well, I learned nice guy. One of the first things that I learned about him. He got in. That. So that was really good because I'm about to. So it was kind of a double whammy learn helping somebody and then being able to know that that that and that can help now pretty well. And you had no idea it was event before you went and picked him up. No. Yeah. I didn't know anything about him before I went and picked him up. What was his reaction to be picked up from someone from Jimmy Johns? Well, he he his sister called him after she got off the phone with me and tell them that he needed to get mccown go with me. So he was he was ready to go. When I got there. I actually went to the wrong door. We went to his next and he was standing. Going out today. Jimmy guns guy. Yeah. All right. Not delivering a sandwich. Right. And why why couldn't he just call his social worker himself and be taken to the hospital that way or just call an ambulance or even a cab. Well, from what I understand if he called an ambulance. The thing is he's on disability from what I understand. So that's not something he can really afford because you with the a the way would you have to go through you have to go through the VA I to get pretty much anything paid for. So it just kinda wasn't an option for him to be able to call the ambulance, and what kind of condition was he in when you took him to the hospital. I mean, he was doing. All right. He was in pain. And I guess is legacy is going which had happened to him before he had vertebrae fuse. So imagine that was probably not a good sign when but other than that. He was in good spirits. You could imagine being in that situation. According to the Washington Post, he he ended up just needing a bandage change in a medicine adjustment. And he's now home and in a Facebook post, his sister, Lisa said, there are not enough words to express my gratitude to you and your manager. How does it feel to have been able to help this family out? Oh, I feel awesome. I mean, I was I was happy to do it at the time. And I don't have an opportunity very often to help somebody out with not gonna cost you anything. And so. Glad that I got the opportunity really have you given any thought to a career change. As what an ambulance driver. Yeah. Something like that. I don't think. So I kind of like delivering sandwiches. Okay. Mr hilmer. Thanks so much for speaking. With me. You're welcome. Thank you you too. Bye. By Jimmy John's delivery drivers Helmer at the restaurant in Columbus. Nebraska. Bye. If my computer malfunctions, I follow a simple to step method. I I initially the dissipation sequence by executing a deep Howard of the processing unit, then I launched the functional protocol by recapable ising, the mainframe. I turn it off. Then I turn it on whether the blue screen of death pops up or accidents, spill a two liter bottle of mountain dew onto the computer. I do the same thing. I turn it off. I turn it back on and in between mutter come on come on. It's not rocket science, except it is the Hubble space. Telescope has been up there for twenty eight and a half years. In fact, there's wear and tear in space stuff gets worn down and breaks. Most recently gyroscope, the gyroscopes are what keeps the eleven thousand kilogram telescope stable and pointing in the right direction. So when one goes now, always has a backup problem was on this occasion, the backup wasn't working and NASA term. It was misreporting rotation rates or as director of the institute that operates Hubble explained it was quote acting drunk. There were probably all kinds of contingency plans for complex technical problem like that. But you know, what the first one was a NASA press release explains that the quote Hubble operations team had executed a running restart of the Giro this procedure turned the Giro off for one second. And then restarted it before the wheel spun down unquote now that the gyroscope is working and not to brag. But it is because of my method it goes to show you may work for fancy space agency. But you should never get too. Big for your reboots. When you visited Marineland back when it opened you would expect to see smiling dolphin planning a kiss on somebody cheek or rove orcas. Leaping out of the water. Those images have not aged. Well, nowadays, the tourist park, Niagara Falls under enormous pressure to put an end to the dolphin and whale shows. A federal Bill known as the Free Willy Bill. Just cleared the Senate and it bans wail and dolphin captivity. In Canada, Mary Jane McCollum is an independent Senator who supported the Bill we reached her in auto Senator McCollum Marineland says this Bill is explicitly targeted to close their business is that it's intent. No, it isn't the issue here is it the Cup tippety of Wales in dolphins, and it is not targeted at a specific organization. It's just that in human conditions that these mammals are put through can you? Tell me what the Bill does set out to do the Bill sets out to protect the mammals and to ensure that they are kept in their natural habitat. Not in glass, cages, not in conditions that are inhumane, can you tell me about some of those conditions. There was a lot of concern over the way that they were kept in not in public view. And that came through when witnesses were brought to send it the area. They they were kept in wasn't done properly. There was damage to the is the water that they were in was contaminated their babies had died. Early. The premature deaths were a testament to conditions that were not good for them you and others painted, a vivid and disturbing picture of what goes on in these parks that the public doesn't see adult an adult female beluga whale lying motionless blow the body of her dead baby calf and orca lying motionless on her side floating towards the top of the tank after being heavily sedated from an accidental overdose valium. These disturbing images and disturbing scenes. Why do you think it was important for the Senate to hear that it's important because when we look at the web of life an indigenous person when I look at the way of life, and what we do to any other species that we live with on this earth that we need to be called listed that they play a vital role in. See? So when I look at how people look at the whales and dolphins enclosed in cages that we present to our children, the idea that this is normal, and when people start to to deal, you Moniz like that then creates a problem for me because that's not the reality. The the reality is that they belong in the oceans there were nearly three years of debate. And study of the spill which is a long time for Bill in front of the Senate. And the Senator who first introduced it has since retired. Why do you think it took so long for this Bill to clear the Senate? You'd probably have to ask Senator plan that because when every time I started in December, and I noticed that everytime. It would come up that people did not want to come to a vote. That was the issue that I had that it needed to be voted on to the best person to ask would be Senator plant the Vancouver aquarium has already decided to stop displaying whales and dolphins. So it's really just Marineland interior. That would now be effective and Marineland put out a statement. And quote, the debate around this Bill has been highly emotional lacking, in fact, based or science based analysis and mired in unnecessary conflict. Incited by radical animal rights groups from the US what's your response to that? I would just like to say that we are not going down a good path that we need to protect species. It doesn't have a voice that cannot voice their unhappiness in where they live. That's where my point came from. And we need to look after the web site called it, and we need to speak up about it. They also argued that the animals were part of research programs. Do you think an exception should be made in this Bill? It's for research purposes to research animals in a condition where they don't live. I don't know what they're researching because they're not able to perform their deep diving ability fluke, the breaching that is their natural practice. So what I would question is what is so critical about a research that they wanted to do with in artificial medium, you bring up your conservative Senate colleague, Don Platt who challenges the idea that Marineland was somehow. Feren this facility, and he also said at one point I see the joy on these belugas faces when they come out and get food is possible to see joy on the face of a beluga. If he sees the joy when they're leaping out. And I'm sure that won't eat time. They'd be leaping out with when they were going to get fish. If that was my only way of having joy when I have been taken out of my surroundings that I have absolutely no say in my life. I would look at what gave me joy. And that would be the food that they would be getting at the moment. And in the speech, I had said that studying Wales in the condition is on par with studying human behavior of those that are in solitary confinement. We determine their boundaries we determine their actions. I was a residential school. Student, and that's what I can relate to it. Because we were brought in from our home put into confinement. We were told what to do how do we had to? And we made the best of it. So when Senator played said that he's sawed joy in the face of the mammal. That's why I said we find what little joy, we can in this life, and these are highly intelligent creatures. So you're feeling some pretty powerful empathy with the creatures. I am and I think all indigenous people do because as you saw the beginning of my speech. I said oh my relation and those relations include the mammals that live in the world. They contribute to the sustainability of this place. We call mother earth. Senator mccollum. Thank you so much for speaking. With me. Thank you to Mary. Jane McCullum is an independent Senator who voted in favor of a Bill banning the practice of holding whales. Dolphins dolphins captive. We reached Senator McCollum in oughta wall for more on the story. Go to our website. 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The South Florida Morning Show hr 2 1-14-21

"The south florida morning show with jennifer. Ross in bill adams on news. Talk eight fifty. Mtl ladies and gentlemen welcome to the second annual impeachment show extravaganza brought to you by the centers. Left-wing media the fact check ministers of shutdown and big tech and the democrat party. Yeah that sums it up. That was a great opening at side. Never heard of the guy before. But that is Congressman doug la malva from california. I like him. What's even more amazing is. He's from california. I know that was. I was like you said that earlier. They went california shirts nancy's district it is who knows. He has to put up with all the time he would know. Can you imagine now. I think anybody who lives in district. Because i have a friend on facebook who lives in nancy's district and every time we post anything he'd fifty. He's got a comment and it's usually against what we're posting. So he was one of the people. That actually voted for that crook. Yeah put her in that position yet. She's been there so long. She's now the speaker of the house of representative. Yep okay yep Justifies all of it. You should drop that friend like a hot rock is what i'm saying that alone. This was nancy and by the way the house demonstrated that no one is above the law. The apocrypha for me. Now no one is above the law. Okay eight yesterday. You know what it's all. It was grandstanding all of them. There's no doubt about it but There are a few that stood out. Like matt gaetz. He was phenomenal. Phenomenal all right. You go matt greatest part. Well he set up the entire boxy. We were just talking about what the first part here which was great but make no mistake. The left in america has incited far more political violence than the right for months. Our cities burned police stations burned. Our businesses were shattered. And they said nothing or they're cheer lead for it and they fund raised for it and they allow to happen now. That was strong enough but then he was running out of time. Who had asked for an extra forty seconds right right if you get an extra forty seconds. Granted you've got to make use of it. Listen to the meltdown at the end of this their reaction him on the floor. Some of cited the metaphor that the president lit the flame will let actual flames actual fires and we will be in a house. I yield back. He is outstanding. You know you know what i always wonder. you know. there's him there's That marjorie taylor green. Is that what her name. And that's our new girl The new Representative t. g. We gotta that's where we got a call her mt. That's a great name. Give her in that moniker anyway. She there's there's a handful of them that were quite ano- impactful on the house floor yesterday. And i'm thinking what happens when they leave and they gotta go walk by like an ao. Does she try to trip him. I mean what is what is life like being the the only people like in your own little corner. There's like ten of you and your against the rest of the in the house of representatives share in elevator. Can you imagine well with the old guard. The old corrupt people like mitch mcconnell. And he'd be hold. Huggy kissy with the nancy pelosi's of the world and chuck schumer and the stuff. But yeah i think these new ones. The new fighters like his new crop of republican women and the with the squad with. They probably truly don't like each other. i think triple. Yeah probably you know. Maybe matt gaetz would kind of like you know. Close the door on. You probably just curious. I'm thinking you know it's a lot of opposition because there's few of them that are that that vocal and the house of representatives for the republican side or for in this case which should be democracy because the democrats far from democracy democratic worst i would Include friend of the show Congressman brian masks. He's actually your congressman from neck of the woods. I would include him. In the new republican fighters category eject of all people take a shot at. Why did jake tapper. Pick on brian mass. Yesterday this was so dumb. Just one of the things that's relevant saying right now is relevant because congressman. Brian mast a republican from florida. Who lost his legs by the way fighting for democracy abroad. Although i don't know what is i don't know about his commitment to it here in the united states he said. Did anybody say that. Yes we heard him. Oh yeah know why. He's questioning his patriotism. Because brian mastered actually brought up the election integrity issue again. Oh don't ever bring that up. Oh what did he. What did what did georgia's governor say. He wants now. oh county. And what's signature verification now for the next election. Yeah sure the there was no fraud. And your state before mr kemp but now you want signature. Verification ryan masked responded on twitter. He respond through the media today But he said lost two legs for jake. Tapper is right to say whatever the hell he wants but that free speech also protects the republicans. He is eager to condemn for asking for constitutional questions about the election. Wow i representative. Rick crawford also chimed in you see this. He said representative amassed along with myself and many others in congress and across the country served in the military so americans can have freedom of speech regardless of how repulsive. It may be sure you got to defend his like. Brian just said there you got to defend his right to say it. But you know what jerk at includes Protecting the rights of conservatives to speak to for patriots. No you can't because they shut you down. But he's jake. Tapper should lose any credibility and he should have been fired for saying that because anybody who's ever been in the military should instantly hate that man for what he said You can't attack a war hero. Come on the. I don't know the the priorities in this country have changed so dramatically in the past. I would even say six months ever since this whole attack on trump actually four years trump eighth ridiculous. We're losing the culture war because of the the smartest thing trump ever said the truest thing he ever said was the fake news. Media is the enemy of the people. He was exactly right he she sure is actually rose. But it's this is all them scary through the disinformation and just making stories like hunter biden. Galway making them disappear and the just the brainwashing alleged. They're able to use upon the weak minded out there which is half the country scary. He's right it's they and they rule everything. So there's there's talking about odyssey the impeachment. Trial start after biden's inauguration when he isn't when trump isn't even in office anymore. Didn't alan dershowitz say that's unconstitutional. E can't do it. it's outrageous. Were even talking about this. Because it's like you're not gonna have time to do this. It's just a distraction to to get you away from the election. Fraud that happened. It's just more division i. It's more of a slam against trump. it's it's vengeful. it's ridiculous it's ridiculous it really is. This will make you feel better lease. They're still good people in the world. Good story of the day. This amazed me. And i'm thinking you know you noticed that. They called the polar bears. I think they they know they do at rhode island. Did they do in massachusetts. I think on all of the new year's day or something all jump in the frozen ocean. They're insane this guy he's he's out he's jogging and darcy pal. It's this was in england and he's out jog and then all of a sudden he goes past a frozen lake in like a hundred yards out in this frozen lake. Is this poor dog submerged in the water. Just as pause in his head above the water getting ready to drown. What's this guy. Do he jumps into the frozen pond. Breaks the ice to get to the dog and saves the dog pulls the dog to the shore. Let's go to see later and continues jogging. I was like who jumps into a frozen lake. I me i would never do this. But then they said it just so happens. He's inexperienced cold water swimmer. The hell's that. I guess he does it all the time i mean. I didn't know what that now. He's english so i still can't understand what he's saying but this is what he says soon so to run across. It's going in obvious what we're gonna happen. Get the yeah he. He's going in obvious. Lost atop a. Yeah it's obvious what's going to happen so the dog was on the ice and the ice broken the dog felon i. I gotta hear more of this guy. Try to decipher what he's saying. Saw the dog. She's stopping not trying to get out in a multiple quite have have quite heavy. He said he got the money you saw the dog stop and he fell in and then he was full of fernie was quite heavy. So you got a cockney translator your new career. When i grow couldn't find it s why forget my slip elite the lead elderly. He thought he was going. Maybe had a you know a a a lead linus. We call it a chain you know. What do you call it when you walk your dog. I was pushing it all the way. Back over run runoff. It came to me shook. It's who are may say. He said he left the dog and he started going the other way and the dog followed him then cut next to him and shook all the water on them you since it was his thank you. Maybe he was still cold. I can't understand any of these anyway. And he was like that without a mask. I know he couldn't understand at all the mascot all right we more headlines. More of the impeachment ridiculousness coming up next and we have a florida sometimes the floor. Dopes is sweet karma. Go to tampa for this guy. He's an idiot fire with fire on himself. It's coming up next these florida morning show. There's jenna bill here. Rapid-fire version of news is coming up in just minutes at seven thirty karen when you're getting ready for it's kind of interesting timing yesterday when they impeach the president for the second time. At and t. Customers lost their internet and cellular services here in florida especially south florida. My little writers in the news. I can't posed by my internet's down. I'm like oh my god signals. It was it was at every major city across the nation. California could hit i. It's big outage. Solar flares was the blame her allegedly. There is some sort of a in at any moment. We could have emp. Or who knows. I mean just live your life for the moment the getting even for all that the classification them more coming up here thanks. We'll talk about that coming and more coming up at Seven thirty for rapid fire. It's just minutes away these florida morning. Show this gen a builders diener over there we were talking about marjorie taylor green Before she was the one she's the she's the brand new congresswoman from georgia who Said this this may be her first act as a member of congress. Can you imagine that. I love this woman like not some environmental bill. Not police protection thing this so on january twenty first i will be filing articles of impeachment on joe biden. This newsmax last night. It was greg. Kelly show is about four seconds salads and he goes. Wow it was like. Wow that's something you know. You don't expect a junior congress person to do something like this right and issues as she was nominated for goodness sakes. It's like okay. you go girl. It's who's the other chick with the guns from texas afternoon. Bogart look bogert. She was like by the way Did you hear. I'm trying to think of who it was yesterday saying that nancy pelosi will is finding anybody in congress who doesn't go through the metal detectors and the fine is like really. It's like five hundred bucks the first time but like two thousand the second time and bogert refuses to go through. Because she's packing she goes. You know got it. She said i'll walk through without my gun. But you're giving me my gun right back and it's it's it's ridiculous but another representative said you just announced to the world that we're sitting ducks exactly. Yeah right here on armed she such a dope and said nice. Move nancy by the way member with pelosi member. They put into the new Sessions language. you can't use gender specific pronouns and you referred women men none of that stuff she gets up. There's as a grandmother at a woman at a wave. She used every single one. There was like okay. Good lord she's she's a she's a piece of work. Now why would articles of impeachment be filed against biden. Right away this is. This is mtv's reasoning last night. We cannot have a president of the united states that is willing to abuse the power of the office of the presidency in be easily bought off by foreign governments foreign chiny or chinese energy companies ukrainian energy companies know. It seems like a student right now. Right but what happens if this comes on the heels of declassification which is still a possibility. That shows dirty. Jo- china joe complicit in all this stuff what happens then then all of a sudden it takes on a whole new meaning. Sure does while then. It's more indictment than impeachment. And then it's like get rid of the guys you know. Let's use a criminal iran against the country. That's even worse Out trader treasonous president. Can you imagine a treasonous president great. Well it's based on nothing blah blah blah. I not believe in that one. I'm just saying now. Take her words right. Remember what the president said just a couple of days ago before we begin. I'd like to say that free speech is under assault like never before the twenty fifth amendment is a zero risk to me. But we'll come back to haunt joe biden and the biden administration as the goes. Be careful what you wish for. All my that's interesting pieces. Come together very ominous. So does that mean that he has actual proof and you can do but this is the thing if there are such documents that actually proved that joe biden was tied to the chinese government or the ukrainian government was on the. Why as anybody in the world would you hide that information. He's a criminal at that point. I don't care who you are well because they we don't have a free press if we had a real news media. It wouldn't even come to this. He wouldn't even be. Wow he wouldn't have been able to finish the race but still the fbi seen it to cia. So how crooked is this whole government. The taylor somebody like that. Go top to bottom the entire thing. Including the media's completely rife with corruption all of it it's horrible is what we learned a tough lesson learned. But it's kind of like the nation going through puberty. You're right no. It's it's like adolescence. We're all learning this stuff now. Only cow but let me tell you if that comes out and they have proof that joe biden was a to his son and and getting kickbacks from ukraine and china then you know what you have to believe then you just clean house then you get rid of everybody in the fbi the cia. Everybody always says or wherever the heck you to pick them from and then put in prison along with son but you couldn't because the nation won't hear about it because they'll protect them again in the media unless in this is why her comments or so important unless you took that information brought it to the house floor. Then it's undeniable. It would be public record. And it's all their interesting. We like this What do we color. Mtfg marjorie taylor green. At least they have some fighters. Now get a great name. Wow tell you well sometimes these come with. Sweet sweet karma florid doping the day. Hey by yeah. It's not a funny thing to try to burn. Somebody's house down. Oh geez no but when you set yourself on fire while doing it you know karma karma or justice. I dunno fifty one year old. Dude scott massa in tampa oh dear. Early sunday tried to set a house on fire. We don't know why broke a window. Tried to throw a bucket of accelerate inside one over him set himself on fire of chief Obviously in the hospital with serious burns serious legal problems though arson charges even though he's hospitalized. I wonder if this is one of those deals where you'd see them. Cop shows with a handcuffed to the bed. You know is that really happened. By the way i i guess. Put a cop outside door. If you're you're wanted. Wow well thank god for the house if you wondering about that. Nobody was inside at the time. No word and why he was targeting it. Wow i think somebody should get to the bottom of that i before anything happens. It's probably his ex wife's house. I or maybe as his her new boyfriend's house who knows usually that kind of that action is either drug or romance. It's one of the two house is going to be fine. The people inside weren't there so therefore thank goodness he's burned up and going to jail sweet karma. That's horrible. I know you're saying that is that. Is karma you're right. Give them credit for that. We've got rapid fire coming up in just minutes at seven thirty. It's karen's news we get to chime in all comes together. Stick around for that. These south florida morning. Show this bill. It's seven thirty time for jinnah bills. Rapid fire with karen curtis on news. Talk eight fifty w. at t l. It's that time of the day all the news but we got to chime in talk all over it. you know. It's rapid fire on this. The i two thirty two. The nays are one ninety. Seven thursday resolution is adopted without objection the most to reconsider laid upon the total. It's it's bad enough listening to them but then through a mask. I don't know what it is. It enrages me. It's like i get so triggered listening to that through mask eight. I'm the same way. How many Republicans switch ten tens of ten. Yeah so that's the second impeachment of donald trump in his first term Pelosi called him a clear and present danger. She signed the single article of impeachment of incitement of an insurrection So now goes to the senate but not until after. He's out of office. That's it's illegal to do. It's unconstitutional. i you can't. You can only impeach a sitting president. He like dershowitz said just yesterday and he's all worked up about this by the way it's it's he can't defend themselves. You can't charge anybody in. This country was something if they can't defend themselves they don't want him to run again. That's for sure boy. Never be able to hold any type of public office not even mayor of palm beach. But you know it was interesting. Because they'd be he'd want to think that they need to get through. All of joe biden's agenda for his first one hundred days like confirmation so that guess what they said they are going to be able to do. Dual track it. What the senate who never shows up to even work is going to be able to start dual tracking doing two things at once. Peers that Okay healing the nation. Let's just vengeful for your first days in office. This is so stupid all of it. It'll be president. They'll still be talking about trump amazing all it which begs the question. Is this all about distraction to keep away from. What's coming out about biden. Everyday we hear about this becoming more and more convinced about declassification. It could be a lot coming out. It's starting to add up trump. Said careful what you wish for. While ones biden becomes president he could sign new cobra. Stimulus bill that would cost taxpayers two two trillion dollars. But it could pay a large amount of money. America's maybe two thousand that's the beginning and also helping struggling cities remember. That was the big hold up because it wanted to help new york and all those tell you what. Take a picture of your pay. Check their next paycheck. And then wait a year and take a picture of your paycheck again and tell me how much money you lost. Fifteen thousand troops the capital more than in both afghanstan in iraq at this point and they're all lying around the what do they call of presidents or whatever. Explain to me what the outrage was about. Why is it so much online outrage about the troops lying on the ground it was ridiculous worm fence bad image to see this happening here. Are you kidding me why you're gonna stand all day to. Yeah well you know. Maybe they should of had them there earlier but president trump urging his supporters to be peaceful at rallies in the coming days. I cannot emphasize that there must be no violence. No law in and no vandalism of which he said from the beginning but he while his speech was taken down so no one would heard it. The i remember the day this all took place they would let the air. Meanwhile police in central florida. They've arrested haines city guy. Fifty-three-year-old shannon vagit. He's a former police officer mojo barely. He wrote us some threatening posts on facebook so he is charged with communicating a written threat to conduct a mass shooting or act of terrorism. He wrote kind of up beyond looming. Election controversies calling it. A target rich environment in dc. And he had the words pugh insinuating. Gunshot that's not a really smart thing to do that was really target. Rich environment That's not a good thing. Putinite the net. A whatever trump. Mass exodus to florida continues. His kids are coming down here. I'll tell you what vonk they bought. Thirty million dollar piece of land in miami tiffany trump looking to move to miami donald junior whose wife and his five kids live here. Jupiter may be moving to jupiter with kimberly guilfoil. So what you're telling me is the odds of me. Seeing kimberly guilfoil. In a bikini at the square grouper zero medically increase paddle boarding. Pass the lighthouse. I think so outstanding. Yes jordan encourage. I think she's lear square group life. Now wait a year older than mulanje. While really yeah. Hey mom sis what. How would that work. My mother is while on my grandmother. At and t. outage affected thousands of just as a impeach the president the second time this happened. At and t. a. Went down hot spots all over the country especially here in florida Sixteen thousand people call to complain that their services went out both internet and cellular. What are they saying. The cause was solar flares or something. What was this stevens a space expert there happening. Let's go to our in house. Space experts. even diener. He's the alien according to ancient alien. I mean this happened to me. Yesterday we were doing schoolwork and all the last. Why just one carrier. I don't know that's the thing that i don't get solar for. Why dan this happened everywhere. California where they're satellites york. Guess right it's gotta be satellites. I'll tell you what though i'll say. This real quick is that i realized how much we depend on the stuff. I felt so vulnerable. Because i couldn't do anything that can make a call a text. They couldn't get online watch tv. My first thought was cut off to today for the show that we would have internet service. I'm like oh. God started printing stuff yesterday. I said we don't have internet talk. Show late traffic and weather together on the fives but coming up you know. That trump got kicked off pantries. He was he was on there at first anyway. They don't doilies. I mean and his recipes. It might incite indigestion. 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President trump took to social media last night via surrogate other people's accounts to criticize big tech for cutting so he took to social media to criticize social media for cutting him off. They d platform. Tim if i may use that as a verb yeah well look at what jack. Dorsey said from a twitter. He said you know he had every right to take trump out in kick him off the twitter but he didn't like the precedent set. I'm like okay make up your mind. Well here's trump the efforts to censor cancel at blacklist. Our fellow citizens are wrong and they are dangerous. he's needed now is for us to listen to one. Another not to silence one another. He's got a new twitter account. It's thown trump and his own surrogate to call up the media. Before president. John miller and forget what it was yeah. He had a pseudonym as to like float stories to the times and stuff and that. But anyway i don't know if you use pinterest. Is it all the time for painting ideas. I love pinterest. I just love all the images. While he's been kicked off interest. Like i said they didn't like doilies. Why did he have an account. I don't know how did that happen. I don't know what do i have this. Image of trump just like hanging out in the bedroom. It's like eleven thirty he can't sleep and you scrolling through pinterest and all of a sudden it just doesn't work. He's like oh. I just found this recipe. What happened. I was fine kicking me off for twitter. 'cause it's a cesspool but you take pinterest to kinda way. They will be held at bay. Mike boys casserole recipe. God i bet you. He did like cooking videos today. We're going to make a beautiful bully sauce. I'm gonna show you. He's out of the white house kitchen. It's like three. Am and then we put this hold on. Got to tweet this out. I just see what the plaintiff dazs haagen-dazs cream right next to him. So he's always eating well so ridiculous bucket of chicken But you know we were talking about the san francisco programmer stefan thomas whether or not he was able to he has to password tries left right. This is the guy. Yeah the two hundred and thirty four million dollars. She's got her something. Big time happened. Somebody come forward now but this is him. he's he's not opel bailey. Don't remember it's there's no chance of remembering something that complicated from years ago ten years. That's how long it's built up. Why did you put it somewhere me. Come on yeah really. Now that you know people are being member lou. Retold issues kicked out of chase online and pay pow so bitcoin. But there's one hundred. Forty billion dollars worth of tokens that are either lost or inaccessible. Hundred forty billion where go then. Doesn't somebody one. Bitcoin that can get in. What is it runs the crocus. Nobody is one of those things it's about it's in the cloud. Yeah but wh who has yeah. It's in the class. Is there like nobody's supposed to know about the cloud. Are there actual coins in the cloud. What the hell they're an actual not coins falling from the sky but the thing is somebody i mean. Somebody started this. Whoever started bitcoin you would think they would have full access to all these accounts. But they don't oh my god. What if it's a left-wing person very rich. Let anybody to ask well. Here's a new job opportunity for stuff on thomas. The oscar mayer wiener mobile hiring new crew with a love of hotdog. Puns police So they're going to be driving. The twenty-seven th have you ever seen the wiener mobile app close here for a couple of promotional things. Cool right Get a whole fleet. Now they got little ones big ones that got drones remote controlled ones hard to catch up to him. So the oh jeez. The job starts in june last for a year Recent college graduates are urged. It just got out of jail with a marketing degree and you drive a wiener mobile for thirty grand. Hey i would. That's for sure now. Seems like they're always hiring wiener mobile drivers. What is what the turnover rate at this place in a stressful job. Yeah not handle well. Only there are a lot of accidents only nine and there are a lot of accidents who is a bunder bender. Time now some really important news. I buried my lead one. Taiwan man is bursting with excitement. He has been Was that guinness book of world where he blew. Seven hundred. Eighty-three bubbles inside of another out outer massive bubble. Oh well good for him. You glad that's my. My big breaking news was a dream. He made it happen anyway. He it's not as only record he's also had a bubble he's known for the most bounces of soap bubble. Oh that's wonderful nice to have time. This guy has no life. Apparently he's a hero. He's personally is. I personally the guy his name from his name is chang. Ut good of course it is and the lottery just keeps rolling over. It's worth a seventy five quintillo dollars and the bucks meet the saints. Tampa has been lost to the new orleans saints twice in the reagan. So that'll be sunday statistic. What is bill about teams bill. Parcells said the second hardest thing to do in the. Nfl is defeated team. Three times in the season really plus offers. They're so familiar repeating. Yeah doesn't happen a lot. I don't know we'll see what happens. It's the sunday night game right. Yeah yeah all right. Well that wraps rapid fire what rate is coming up next if you work at home or if you have throughout this whole thing and you feel like you're more productive you're not alone number starting to come in now it works. I guess. I think that's a trend. That's not going away. I get news for if i were commercial space owner i would be concerned Could point. fortunately we've got that matt gaetz once again stole the show at the impeachment hoax. It's coming up next south florida morning. Show this a bill. Keep it here. These south florida morning show. There's jen builders diener over there a little programming note here reminder that brian kilmeade is coming up right after us by choice. Of course ben shapiro's coming three followed by the all new michael knowles show coming up at five. It's the current lineup. So check it out. And i bet you all of them will have some highlights from matt gaetz for two days in a row stealing the house floor. That was incredible yesterday he he. Wow he even get a reaction from the crowd. Yeah and you know you're doing something right with the democrat. Start screaming at you. It's times up there booing you. There's always set it up among other things. I mean he had a long speech. But this is the setup for it but make no mistake. The left in america has incited far more political violence than the right for months. Our cities burned police stations burned. Our businesses were shattered. And they said nothing or they're cheer lead for it and they fundraise for it and they allowed it to happen anything inaccurate or untrue about that nope then he needs some more time so you get up. Go through the thing. The procedural thing. He's got to go more time. Jim jordan goes. Yes you have it blah blah blah gets an extra forty seconds forty seconds. What are they get like five minutes. And that's it but boy. Did he make use of this of the metaphor that the president lit the flame will let actual flames. Actual fires spire crowd actual fires eighty s. Exactly right well. He's absolutely right. I ended do is look at portland. Look at seattle look at all minneapolis. Come on they took over. How many eight city blocks eight city blocks. They did that in west palm beach. They shut down the whole city. Some people are saying it was bad damage over all over the summer in the billions billions of dollars. I would be interested to see. How many businesses in minneapolis portland seattle reopened after they are all forced to close because of those protests or they earn down or damaged. I really don't know question well in ever hear about it. No never they just kind of hide it. Does it make the actions by the knuckleheads who got into the capital right. Not one bit now. But how can you possibly ignore what happened over the summer. And actually you know just until recently earn is still going on places like portland seattle. How do you just ignore it that sanctioned because that's okay well it wasn't them go yeah and the only reason. This is such an uproar. It's because it was the congress that got attack now. Nancy pelosi you was mitch mcconnell. Yes all of them. I understand you know. They really are sitting ducks especially after you watch the capitol police to step aside and let everybody in. But it's it's who's to blame capitol police. They knew all these people were coming. They should've had they should've had security in place long before. Look at what. They're doing for the inauguration. The inauguration isn't until what it six days away they got. Thirty thousand troops in washington dc. They're not even telling you how joe biden's getting to the capital. He was going to go by train. They just canceled that because they're afraid train might get blown up and it's crazy. I think this is all a show. I think they know. There's no credible threat to this whole thing. It's just a show to sell the the narrative that they're selling could be. Isn't it amazing that literally thousands of places of business were destroyed in the riots. But you mess with their place of work. Oh yeah what a minute now different story. We're the political elites. We're the political class their privileged bill. Their privileged a locally. Closer to home now. This is Fodder for debate vaccines for teachers. Big focus of the special meeting last night palm beach county. school board. Meeting was the first of the board this year. Superintendent donald fano. He sent that letter the governor. They're asking the governor and they make the vaccine available to school district employees over an eight year old grandmother. Yes you made that point before. And i think you're exactly right but if you put them side by side eighty year old grandma thirty year old very healthy teacher even though she's around kids that can't get the vaccine. There would be a travesty. Not to give to grandma. I i know but you know what your teacher's union you're right because the head of the teachers union in new york city. I think the comment was we would be walking into. Death's door or something of that nature right. And and i'm i'm thinking you know what as you said. Sixteen in younger can't get the vaccine because they can't get the corona virus for whatever reason there's something going on with kids they fight it off so if that's the case your only concern would be other teachers but can kids be carriers. We don't know you know. I understand where they're coming from where the argument falls apart. We don't know there's not enough solid evidence to say. Yeah the is going to affect you. We can't teach in those chambers of death. We have to make sure that everybody stays home. And you quit your job. We you know we have to get online learning. Only you know no. This is a bargaining tactic. Get back to work. When was the last time martin county opened up schools. I i think they were. They were near the beginning anyway. When was the last time you've heard about an outbreak in martin county school. It's been a long time if there was one they would love to publicize and they usually do reino. Sent home blah blah blah. I even in palm beach county. I haven't heard a word. So it's it's you know you got a lot of kids in martin county at my neighbors. All their kids go to school. They've never had a problem with any of their schools. I'm just saying you're not alone though. I mean is unions to use this bargaining chip. However if you're a sixty eight year old teacher and you're still teaching and you haven't retired yet and he may be your little heavy or you get diabetes all all power to you. Don't get that vaccine. You should be up there absolutely and by the way the current policy and it's only policy because listen it's pandemic. They had to figure out what the rules are teachers. In the state they are not eligible to get covid nineteen vaccine. Unless you're just a citizen anyway that sit sixty five and older or you're deemed to be extremely vulnerable By hospital providers when that makes all the sense in the world interesting. So i already folks. I don't think so my if my mother or father or have to wait another three weeks to get a vaccine because some twenty six year old teachers gotta get it. No offense old teacher. i'm going. I'm voting for my mother or father or your mother or father for that matter absolutely. Sounds i gotta feeling the average twenty six year old twenty year old teachers going gonna say sure. Give it to the older person. I i think most would from their you know their voices the union. Yeah they don't have a say. I i know speaking of Working from home by choice or forced gas. Possibly because you've got kids at home. According to this new study all the numbers have started to come in now from last year. Right people are way more productive at home are they rarely absolute to the tune. Of how much do you know. Does it say like sixty seven percents. They're by far way more productive than they were before. You know what you think about it. There is a couple of weeks. i had granted. Our situation was horrible. But this is how i look at it. You work from home. You don't have to rush in the morning to get ready and look good especially for women. No soup no makeup. You don't have to drive thirty minutes to get to work wasted time right. Yeah so you're not so you're not frantic. By the time you get to work. They need to think. Oh my i gotta get so much to do and then you gotta worry about. Who's gonna pick up. The kids is going to do this. You're there so everything's a much more relaxed environment. Your whole life is more relaxed. So you're more productive. Most every one of those reasons you just listed was listed by the people responding survey except one was that food. They also say more family time keeps them motivated. Oh god no no way. That's one of those things they listed that just like the politically correct response to say it again. No i don't know about those people go to work to get away from each other right. I'm thinking wow anyway. But it's sure i mean just from what did i see you guys about every break. I was going to the refrigerator heard. It's cool let's go. I heard the chewing french toast. My headphones sorry string pots. Jen what are you making now. And we got More trump family members positioning themselves in palm beach county. That's interesting. I think most of the family will be here. I think you're right or at least in florida somewhere here miami. I wonder why miami. And why would jake tapper. Take a shot at a friend of the show congressman. Brian masked jerk. That's why yeah that's coming up next morning. Show jenna bill even here. E order breakfast at the mcdonald's drive-thru tell yourself you'll wait to eat it at work but it smells way too good so you eat it right there in mcdonald's parking lot meal. There's a meal for every morning at mcdonald's right now get any size. Iced coffee for ninety nine cents until eleven. 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EP 138 | The TRUTH About Sidney Powell and The KRAKEN ON STEROIDS! | UNCENSORED

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

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EP 138 | The TRUTH About Sidney Powell and The KRAKEN ON STEROIDS! | UNCENSORED

"What's up what's up on on america. Wow can i just say. Can i be blunt from him at one. We are still number five in news and we destroy call. Her daddy all categories at this moment I also want to say that. I may be a little biased. But i think we have the greatest. Podcast intro in the history of podcasts I feel like i sit here in iraq out. I've had so many people right away and they're like what is that song so i'm going to tell you it's a just while you go. Yeah it is actually friends of mine. A ban called a weary buddies of mine One of them. I used to be in a band. Whip so you can go. You can look up. A lyria a. l. y. r. a. Right now and the song is actually called. wake up. so that's the so the so lows very appropriate from that song. Yeah yeah exactly. All men. Have we got a show for you today. Bombshells yesterday and i'm going to go prophetic on you guys here today by taking a movie clip that needs to be played in. We've got breaking stories. We've got covert updates. We've got. I've got so many funny slash random topics to talk about today that i don't know how we're going to do it in less than two hours. I'm to be honest with you that there's a lot. There's a lot but first and foremost thank you guys so much for the support of the show. We've got no back on bamut. Everybody loved noah's there's something about your voice popular demand. I heard you guys talking. A couple of episodes vami san like no. Bring that california surfer. Well as you sit here. You can't see you have a moo moo eskimo looking letter vest on serpa as a sherpa what that's called a shirt surplus and it's cozy. It's got weird little things. I got it for six bucks. I don't know if i would feel comfortable wearing something. Call the sheriff all right so first things first. Okay so this is thanksgiving week And so i want to start this off. We're not starting off with the bombshell. That is sydney pal. Stuff you guys stick around but there is this. Andrew cuomo are one of one of our top three governors for top three worst governors right now gavin newsom number one winner is number two and cuomo's number three but he's he's a close second either way. Ralph is fourth. He put out this ad now. I know you can't see it but you can hear it. And i think it's very important and then i'll tell you like during this ad. It's this picture. It looks like a nineteen seventies like like cartoon picture of a family with thanksgiving turkey and just listen to the audio of this and while he's talking people are like disappearing from the picture and so everybody just needs to listen to this. Oh here we go the nursing home people. Well i thought i did. I do have my bluetooth on. But it is not connecting. Of course. this is how we do this here. Hold on everybody. Cast wait connecting right freaking doing okay here. We go all right. That's try that again here. We go crazy crazy thanksgiving here. We go peaceful next thanksgiving. Ask yourself did. I do everything i could to keep communities watch. The people start disappeared. Goes grandad grandad gone. I can't say good job graham little. Timmy just died not little to me to keep my country. I get some random child home. Didn't have a family was just. There are others stand. Don't love the is at least grandma. Didn't i was also something to be really don't counter. Don't disappear grandma back back okay. Gremlin was holding that turkey for a long grim works out of what it depressing. Look man. hey look let me tell you something. First of all. And i'm gonna. I thought about making a video about this but you know facebook would bany right off the bat i on thanksgiving. I'm going to say happy. Individual home protests day. Nice okay. that's what. I think that we should call it. Well that'll work then so so obviously you know. You're not supposed to have thanksgiving with your family. This year because of tarantula governors amsoil so before we get into the sydney powell stuff. I wanna talk about kovin and all talk about tyrannical government leaders. Okay but before we do that. We got to get into a sponsor so i sponsor today is actually really appropriate because the world is literally going to. You know where am back. This year has reminded us of many things including how important it is to look after the ones. We love this holiday season. Give the gift of safety accuracy and defense give them i target pro when the government can't or won't protect your family self defense as your only option but most of us don't have the time to consistently train plus ammos really expensive. That's why i target was invented using their proprietary app and laser bullet. You can now train safely in the convenience of your own home with your actual firearm. Today you can save ten percent plus get free shipping with the offer code g. r. a. h. a. m. that's graham at checkout when you go to target pro dot com. This is the safest way for you to practice. And it pays for itself in just a few days this holiday season. Give the gift. That is a bullseye dead. Joke alert the letter. I target pro dot com. I target pro dot com offer code grandma all right so first of all. Let's talk about. We say we're going to talk about government leaders now. I have my breakout bullet point. And then i have all of my things to go with this. So first of all. Let's talk about the pennsylvania governor gay pennsylvania last week because they said that not only. Should you not come out of your home ever again. You should your masks inside. Your house is right okay so we have a skit coming out later this week of you know what they look like eating turkey with a mask on but either way right here and i don't know how much audio's here pretty sure it may have vulgarities in it guys. I can't help the vulgarities that are in the clips. I'm gonna play you so if it does Hide kids sunset. Moths but basically the pin. The pennsylvania governor is caught having dinner at a restaurant. No mask on. So here we go. And he's on saying vulgarities. No that's the real one. what is owed it's above. I'm sorry here. We go murphy family. In the meantime you're having all kind of other bulls. Just just let it go. I'm not drunk report. Basically it is okay. It's is his entire okay all right. That's a lot worse. What i thought. Okay so basically the entire family. It's not just him like oh no now is trying to put her put her mask oh he just put his mask on either lose now covid gone. Okay a coward okay okay. So there's that okay so that just happened all right and now the governor this article. We're going to read here. The the oregon governor is joining the ranks amongst her comrades oregon governor kate brown urges residents to call the cops on shutdown violators. That's doesn't that things you know. No it does but because okay well one thing is how would you know unless you in fact out right. So you're telling on yourself there in that regard but this is what. I'm talking about the hypocrisy of all this stuff gavin. Newsom went out to some birthday parties. And now he puts out that repentance video and now all the sudden he's quarantining exposure to covid nineteen. What you've got the pennsylvania governor saying that you have to wear your masks in your own house but yet him in. There was like eight people at the table. Eight people at a table. They definitely weren't six feet apart. None of them had a mask on. And then these sorry mo- foes when they called out then they start to to maths back on shutout though hero. Not drunk lady look man. Hey look people. In pennsylvania are going to say what they're going to say okay again prompster ladies and gentlemen. I apologize for language. I can't help the languages in the clips. all right. that's just the way it is. I'm here to bring you the truth as it stands. So here's my question in next. We're going to talk about business. A business in new york. That i guess like the frequent code inspector the covid code inspector shows up and they basically tell her off to again. I'm gonna play this. I'm not sure how much languages in it. So i apologize but you need to hear this stuff because this is actually what is going on. So let's play that clip for every one. If i can find it there so many okay business saying no here. We go all right so this is business owners in buffalo new york. Let's see the demand health inspector. Leave the property. Go get a warrant okay. So this is the health inspector that showing up and they're saying basically this is private property. We don't want you here. Go get a warrant so here. We go everything for their money. I've lost failing who killed themselves. I've seen clients die because they've lost their livelihood. I know you are. And i'm just a. I'm asking compassion for the people that have lost everything. We didn't have compassion for people. Okay well you need go have compassion. Perko property private property. This is private property listening. This is good. Say property and that this is part of property. Do not want it here. So do your jobs hit job is with the police. People at our house to the cops are arguing now. We're just doing their job. Just wait for their unload. Don't worry about my health. My health isn't here conservative. Points okay then but then jail anthony take me to jail. Joe may the law. They're saying were told me the law could off my father yet league our trust civil rights. Now trust doesn't worry patriots. Yeah warrant or go under away. Wonderful on your phone outside of call. The police report group who it. it's a legitimate. They're gonna start chanting here the work if you don't get the highlights does do not violate the constitution lead. Get out get how love. God bless those patriots man but look look this is stuff that's really going on and the mainstream media doesn't show this stuff Okay and they expect people to lay down and what happens when people start to say no make us make us. Listen ladies and gentlemen all look you can call me whatever you want. But all of these governors all these mayors all these people that are putting out these mandates mandates are not laws you are not legally required to adhere to a non constitutional mandate non law. We have constitutional rights as americans. It's bad for your health mask again. You can't be a weak person. Either you have to be willing to accept. The fact place may arrest you but it's not going to stick well not stick and that's why even the cops there towards the end you heard them say you know at the end of the day there right. You're trespassing private property with no warrant so now technically we might have that would been you. Okay what we got a lot of stuff to do here. And i wanna say the sydney powell stuff to the end because there's so many things to unpack there that we really have to talk about everything else that's going on. Yeah before we even get to that point. Okay so continuing with kobe in the shutdown. La shutdown all restaurants again all restaurants again shutdown after after businesses. Here's the thing. Businesses has spent so much money so much money that they did not have lost it during the lockdowns trying to adhere to these new ridiculous standards. Have you seen the outdoor eating facilities. Say bubbles bubbles. No no no. They're even worse than that For those of you. Who can't see this picture. I'm so sorry but these look a lot like buildings to me right so for those. I can't see it. Restaurants are building other buildings like outside. That are supposed to adhere to the laws walls with a roof on it. Does what it is there other buildings and then all of a sudden they're like nope you can't earn a living anymore because we said so. I'm sorry man you know make us. I keep saying that we've had so many people right in right in and tell us what you think about this. Graham at dear america media dot com right in. Send us your question. Send us your thoughts grandma. Dear america media dot com. I've had so many people almost rally behind that new thing. Make us make us do it. Especially with all this cova crap. Let's see what else is happening. Oh two more companies have now come out with vaccines astra. Zeneca has come out with ninety percent effective which maderas still holds the record for ninety four ninety five percent but then i thought this was funny. Oxford has come out with a seventy percent effective vaccine. Joe oxford now. Look all i'm saying is if at this point you've had three other people come out and there in the why even released the fact seventy seventy percent way to go you a solid c. job oxford. What sorry does okay all right. Let's get into other random things because this powell things going to take us a long time to break down because the truth is the media's lying truth is the media trying to slant what's happening and you need to know the truth. Oh and our good friends at black rifle. Coffee have been put through the grinder lately and we really have to break that down But before we do that. Let's get into another sponsor. Jake who got we the people we the people holsters depending results of the election will no doubt calls a spike in gun sales. If you're making a firearms purchase because you're worried about the future of the second amendment. I want you to be safe responsible and carry with a we. The people holster starting at just forty dollars. 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Any now is in the news in and out is in the news because they just opened up a new building in colorado with a twelve hour. Wait and with hundreds of people standing outside for a twelve hour. Wait yet cova doesn't exist anymore in that way here. Oh this is great. This is great stuff right. Here parlor is being drug through the mud. Are you ready for it. i'm ready. This article drags parlor through the mud for lack of censorship. That's the worst. So now they. They're literally doing about people. Not censoring people. You're not hard enough on the first amendment. You are not not violate you are violating people's first amendment rights. How dare you sir. Or ma'am or he. She him her to the third power wise funny because it's people complaining that aren't even on parlor is people that aren't even their stuff but they just don't like it. There's assuming yeah it's become a all right conspiracy platform so let's see here. oh clemson dabo sweeney. Basically said so over the weekend clemson was supposed to play florida state three hours before the football game. They call it off because of covid concerns. Dabo swinney pretty much. Says you're all a bunch of lyon sissies and you just forfeited. Because you're too scared to play the clinton which i don't know who would be afraid to play the clemson tigers because without lorries you lose to notre dame either way point is satisfied. Dabo sweeney says that they used the kobe pandemic to not have to play because you know because of covert now. You don't even have to play football game. He's gonna get home for them but listen listen. I'm serious listen to this. All you gotta do if you don't wanna play a team this year in college is just claimed kovic alabama's post play. Lsu lsu had kobe issues not alabama and then they cancel the game. They're not gonna play that game like that game doesn't matter all it takes is one dude sneezing her coffin. But that's what it was. It was it was like third string and they said like. Hey we'll we'll test. Everyone like he likes thought they found out on friday and they're like testing everyone trying to figure out like hey. Can we do sunday. Can we do it monday. And fsu wouldn't negotiate at all. It's that's like. I mean it's obvious saying but because the pack twelve started so late narrowly playing seven games in a season. Virtually everybody else has got like two or three games. They can just throw them away doesn't matter and that is football government has ruined football for all of us everything. Thank you for that okay. let's see what else. Oh obama has come out in pretty much admitted openly that he hates conservatives. Oh no shocker. That all right. So let's see. Let's read a little bit of this Open this is. Oh oh oh god. This comes from one williams Five version of communist china right sitting there obama's dire warnings about right wayne media. Are you ready for this. Here's what former president obama thinks about the far right. Oh get ready to get appeared. People their brains are numbed by the din of right wing. Echo chambers conservative talk radio and click bait websites drown their capacity to think wow too soon with noisy repeated messages of fear and grievance we we are the party of fear ingredients dire. Winter is coming. it requires them to go along. With conspiracy theorizing false assertion fantasies that donald trump and rush limbaugh and others in that echo chamber have concocted. The former president said in an interview to promote the release of his book promised land. There it is. You got a new book out jerk. What up so we don't have the ability to think meanwhile kathy griffin is still beheading trump on twitter and but but you know what that is not volatile alec baldwin trump should be buried in a nazi groups. What do you don't have the ability. Imagine if donald trump had said that about democrats that not the democratic politicians which he attacks all the time in the fake news media but the average citizen. What if he said. You're so dumb. You don't have the ability to think like that's what he said that's what he said. What he genuinely believes is eloquent in his wording but what he said was you are so stupid that you do not have the ability to think for yourself. Most politicians believe this. I think more on the left but they genuinely do think that most citizens are second class. Dumb can't think for themselves. And that's why they're there. Meanwhile he's in beverly hills and he doesn't see that's like a echo chamber in and of itself like hollywood cesspool obama's normal normal everyday citizen at this point. Okay okay we gotta get through this stuff because because we gotta talk black rifle and gonna talk sydney pal so all right two more. Just what moment like we need to come up with a thing is exactly what moments okay. So here we go. I'm going to play the clip. And here you go. Here's your what moment. The holocaust memorial resource and education center is showcasing a new exhibits and displays powerful images. Taken after the death of george floyd as new six as castro got on look at not the holocaust memorial resource and education center is showcasing a new exhibits and displays powerful images. Taken after the death of george floyd as with the amidst what they just said. The holocaust exhibit has added a new thing. Honor george floyd the holocaust exhibit. Y'all death of george. Floyd is the exact same thing as the holocaust going home. Go ahead no tell them. Tell them what you think. What do you feel instant reaction so for those who don't know. Tell them noah. I lived in israel. I'm just gonna say. I'll play the car. I'll play the israel and i went to which is a holocaust like the real one. It's like the raw one. Yeah listen first of all. I have to say this because people lose their minds. The whatever george. Floyd was awful. That doesn't mean you just get to concentrate with everything else. that's awful. In fact eight probably negates it and dilutes it throwing it with more awful stuff more often museums. So like when you when you have a museum. That's dedicated straight to one piece of violence or injustice like and if you just start throwing all the justices and they're not all injustice is gonna like get the recognition like the violence isn't getting get the recognition that each individual thing like needs. You know. god. It pisses me off. Because i think he. I think it pisses off a lot of people. I would venture to say that. The ancestors of the six million plus jews that lost their life in the holocaust. They're probably pretty upset about that as well. Even even the point win do we get to the example of who is going to say. The fact george. Floyd was not an innocent person. Okay should he have died. No isn't one hundred percent the cops fault that he actually died. Even though i don't agree with how the cop was subdued him with his knee on neck. It has been proven that that is not what caused the death. It was a mixture of a bunch of things. He had kobe. What was it felt nov. There were a lot of reasons to what actually led him dying. Also george floyd was no martyr right. George floyd was not a good person. Where was the holocaust museum when the sutherland springs. Church shooting. happy vegas or all. These costs is something that could possibly be if not the one of the most horrific things that has ever happened in history to a group of people who literally did nothing wrong. I mean we're talking rulli. Innocent people kids women children. We're talking about the government coming into houses up taking kids throwing them in courts and then burning them alive and that and that is that is the same thing as a guy writing a bad check who has a known history of police altercations beating pregnant women meeting pregnant women with knowledge in his system. Being subdued for resisting arrest. That's your martyr. That's the same thing that's your heroes. That's your what moment of the day. And then i got one more and then i want to jump into our final sponsor because then we've got some things to talk about right so this is a real article Talk about the ultimate form of disrespect towards our president. President bush h news employees. Which is prison curious. You know the thing was just watching. I was just watching this documentary of the creation of the republican party and they spent like twenty minutes talking about bush. president bush. what that's just as true as president elect biden grim. Allen thinks that george bush the president. I can't believe i just said that. I the president is president george. H saying look man. Hey if you ever wonder if dr my stuff to myself sound better. I do not know. Trump is the president president. Bush is as much the president. As joe biden is back the president elect but don jr. has got cove in nineteen right and you would be amazed how many people are praising the streets that he has covid but yahoo life the same yahoo life that blasted me and my family across the universe screws does this is the this title former reality tv show hosts test positive for you exactly former for tv show host not the fact of you know he's the president but anyway i thought that was interesting but not as interesting as me saying the president is president bush. They're racing the monument now their race. President bush is the president had. Oh my gosh all right. Let's get into our final sponsor. And then i wanted to. 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What happened cow rittenhouse. And this is my stance cow. Rittenhouse was the only one with the balls to go out there and protect his neighborhood from the mobs that were forming outside. Okay first and foremost. Let's get that out of the way. Because it's what i truly believe we showed up as a medic to help both sides exactly like i'm here to help. Video evidence of him being attacked and him shooting people trying to attack him. Okay so he gets arrested he elissa. Are you kidding me. That is my wife knowing that we are filming and Blowing us up anyway. All right. that's the problem with having the phone connected to the bluetooth. Anyway so rittenhouse. Gets released. And mike lindell the mypillow guy to it etc etc. Which a lot of people are giving mike lindell crap but he gets crap all the time but the thing the internet on fire is. There was a picture of our in house posing with his parents. I believe or at least one of them was his dad or something and he has on a black rifle. Coffee t-shirt kuno satanist okay. He has a black rifle. Coffee t shirt and somebody said re tweeted it. And they're like black rifle coffee is sponsoring like murders and so the black coffee twitter account response with no. We do not sponsor rittenhouse in fact. We don't have anything to do with any legal issues are of any kind But then this is. What upsets me the most conservatives spiraling conservatives calling to boycott black rifle com my gosh because they did not stand behind kyle rittenhouse any conservative. That in my opinion any conservative that flip flops on a company that is veteran owned they are known to give back all the time. Fifty five percent of their four hundred plus our veterans. Just because they didn't say something exactly the way that you think that they should. You're going to cancel. They'll also there is a difference between the owners personal beliefs versus what the business path should be. So i want to condemn anyone who is trying to cancel black rifle coffee and the best way that i think to do this before we get into the things that everybody actually wants to hear the sydney powell stuff the truth the the rumors etc The best way to do this is to simply just let evan. Hafer the president or of black rifle coffee. This is black rifles statement. He guys first and foremost. I wanted to thank everyone for your continued support for black rifle. Coffee We've been acquired a little shift at the last couple of days across social media. There's been a lot of misinformation lie. Hearsay and speculation. Turn out there. So i wanted to get the facts straight with you guys every number one. Did we sponsor cowering house The answer is no the reason for that. The reason why. I think it's important is that we're not in the business of profiting from tragedy. We're not in the business profiting from this event. Zero interest in collecting one dollar from any of. This isn't ethically inappropriate for us to do so or even give the perception yup. So why did we come out and say that. I wonder make sure everybody knew we would not profit from this. Fay so number two. Did we separate blaze media marketing contract because of that no we had a series of discussions with blaze because there was a promotional code attached to an image of this. We said we do not want to be associated with profiting from this same thing. I just said we don't want to be associated profiting from this. Can you please remove it. That are marketing relationship with the blaze. We've had that for two years. Nothing changed with it. We believe in what they put out. We believe in that relationship number three. We believe in the constitution. The second amendment ranks bear arms We also believe that a person is innocent until proven guilty bone black rifle. Coffee has been around for five years. We have over four hundred people. Fifty five percent of those people are veterans We've been able to do a lot in a limited amount of time so we have. We've raised over and giving back over. A million dollars to veteran lady issues. Our loyalty to the veteran community and the people that love america has never wavered. We will not waiver. We will not deter from our mission to hire and support the veteran community and appalled constitutional american values. It will not go away. It will not change anything outside of that you guys. We just can't even buy into it. nice pretty powerful statement. Eh and i agree completely with that. Hey look this is one of those that no point did he say he thought that cow rittenhouse was not justified right at no point did he say in fact. I would not be shocked. That after cao rittenhouse is proven innocent. And it's all ever with. I would not be shocked. If carl rittenhouse is not at black rifle coffee. The next day i mean. That's that's part of the problem is there's a time and place to stand for your values and stand for what you think is right but when you're put in that position and someone's trying to twist reality and make you say something you know. I think that's when you have to take the stand for yourself and say i'm not going to be forced into trying to make a statement when i'm not really required to correct i. I agree one hundred percent all right now. Big in chilanga without further ado. Do we have any kind of sound effects here. Like crowd noise. Crowds laws gentlemen here. We go pal bombshell over the weekend. Let's talk about the truth. Let's talk about the myth information and let's simply get the facts straight and then i'm gonna tell you what i truly believe to be. The real deal holyfield type stuff so okay so first and foremost yesterday. Breaking news comes out with a and this is another thing that i wanna talk to people about with a truck. Legal camp legal team statement on sydney pal. It comes across like this. And everybody's seen it now. It's got the trump pence logo at the top. It's dated november twenty second only twenty eight trump campaign legal are trump campaign statement on legal team. What i want to say before. I read it is i find this in and of itself and i'm going to tell you why i get every sing. I attached to all the white house emails. I'm attached to all the trump campaign emails. I get every single email. The trump campaign has ever put out. I literally got three yesterday. I did not get this one. I never saw it. Which i thought was very interesting to me. I never saw this. This never came to my email. I get everything. I get some of them and i didn't i get every single one and i never got an email on this which is which is interesting to me in and of itself. But let's read it. So this is what it says. We're going to unpack it. It's very short. Okay it's a very short statement but we're going to unpack it. We're gonna talk about some things we're going to show the newsmax interview heard round the world. We're going to talk about sydney powell's statement We're going to talk about bringing a movie clip. That i'm gonna play in its entirety because it's going to fully go round and round and round where we're talking about here first of all before i read this thing. Random random thing About the media. And why you can't trust the media Whereas whereas whereas it okay this is why you can't trust the medium. Did you know. China daily controlled by the chinese communist. Party's propaganda department paid this is A radio network Wsj eighty five thousand dollars the l. a. times three hundred and forty thousand dollars Foreign policy a hundred thousand dollars among other. Us newspapers for advertising campaigns between may and october twenty twenty china daily also paid one hundred and ten thousand dollars. La times ninety two thousand to the houston chronicle's and seventy six thousand to the boston globe for printing costs. They've spent a total of more than four point. Four million on printing distribution advertising and administration over the past six months to the us. Did you know that. I'm assuming that a lot of countries russia included probably to the same thing. Okay all right well. Now that we've got that out of the way for you guys in case you didn't know let's read the statement and then let's let's unpack all this stuff Okay trump campaign trump campaign statement on legal team. Sydney powell is practicing law on her own. Doesn't interesting statement star was kind of weird. Sydney powell is practicing law on her own. She is not a member of the trump legal team. She is also not a lawyer for the president in his personal capacity. That's it that's all it says. that's it the rest of this is just rudy. Giuliani attorney president trump. That's it so one more time. Let's read through this. Sydney powell is practicing law on her own. She is not a member of the trump legal team. She is also not a lawyer for the president in his personal capacity. Okay so for all you lawyer people out there. let's look let's read her statement. I because she did she did respond. Which ironically something else weird is going on. During this announcement twitter has suspended her account for twelve hours interesting so she can't make public responsible. Okay yes no exactly and so. Let me find a powerful statement. Okay here we go all right pal statement hang on. I'm trying to read releases statement. Okay this is powell statement. Delivered through flynn right. Flynn post this for her well because her twitter account is suspended. Full circle i understand. Today's press release powell wrote. I will continue to press to represent hashtag. We the people who had their votes for trump and other republicans stolen by massive voter fraud through dominion and smart matic and we will be filing suit filing suit soon. The chips fall where they may and we will defend the foundations of this great republic. She continued hashtag crack in on steroids. Nice okay now. These are all really really interesting. Really really interesting statements from both a lot of people. The mainstream media spinning at trump cad trump legal team distancing themselves from sydney powell chris christie has now come out and said that trump needs to concede because legal team is a national embarrassment. The mainstream media wants you to believe that there is separation here. I say that it is all part of the plan to chess game. It's a chess game. Now i'm gonna play you. Her newsmax interview now. She did not give tucker carlson an interview. Which i have issues with tucker. Carlson did the other day. I like tucker carlson a lot. But if we're if we're really going down the conspiracy theory thing before he did the pow hit. Ps he did the statement saying that. This show is not going anywhere. In fact the network wants more of this show and we're grateful for that that's an interesting statement. Yeah disney baccio. So yeah you'll have a job. How much money they paying you to give more of the show the question but then he attacks powell because he basically says i'll give you the whole interview for my show and powell responds with no stop bothering me. Then she clarified by saying you know. I'm not presenting this evidence for ratings. This evidence will will be presented in the courtroom and then tucker kind backpedals a little bit and stuff like that but but but she does give newsmax an interview and so we're going to play the newsmax clip. It's like a two minute clip and we're gonna hear what she says and then we're going to get into further breaking this down. So here's the newsmax interview right now and each spot. but that's essentially the way it worked. Let me ask you about the state of georgia. Obviously yesterday the governor. They're he Certified the election for joe biden. It's about twenty thousand votes in our. Will georgia switch. Yeah that's a total farce of georgia's probably going to be the first state. I'm gonna blow up. Mr kemp and the secretary of state need to go with it. Because they're in on the dominion scam. What their last minute. Purchase or award of a contract at dominion of one hundred million dollars. Bureau of investigation for george ought to be looking into financial benefits received by mr camping and the secretary of state family about that tom. Another benefit was created to award is what i would call election insurance. That's why hugo chavez had it created than the first light of but also wonder where he got the technology where it actually came from. Because i think as and scorecard from the cia just to clarify. You're saying governor. Campus been a longtime ally of the president is his directly involved because of financial backstabber. Backstabber camp is we have certainly been tolls. There is evidence of that and would warrant investigation if anybody. We're actually swaying to do an honest investigation work. Could you tell us about that. Alleged conspiracy His the governor. Yeah i can't give you any more details than that now but it would certainly warrant and investigation or could it have been reported to me as a law enforcement officer i would be investigating it steadfastly. Say you wanted arguing in court. You are an attorney. You're not a press secretary but you all did have a press conference last week. Jordansekulow said that there's going to be a filing soon in georgia. That would be explosive. Can you tell us anything with us here tonight. Tell us anything new that you're gonna present in that filing in georgia. Well i can't say that yet but hopefully this week we will do. We will get it ready to file sitting what's it will it will be biblical will be biblical says okay all right so it will be biblical alright but people are wondering a lot of people were confused and i was really confused at first. I was really confused. When i first saw and i even reached out to my context. Hey what is this. What's going on blah blah blah. all right. so here's the things that you actually need to know okay when the trump says things like when the trump campaign we're gonna break down the statement line for line and we're gonna talk to you guys. About sydney powell is practicing law on her own. That makes sense. That is a very true statement. Sydney powell has her own law firm. She practiced law. She practices law specifically on her own in for her own law. Firm right she is not a member of the trump legal team. Okay she's not that's true. That is a true statement. She is not a named trump legal counsel. She is not a trump legal team member. And here's the best part. She is also not a lawyer for the president in his personal capacity. President also has personal lawyer right. Okay now what does this mean. People are wondering but but the president said in that tweet that he's looking forward to her working with them and she was at the press conference which she said This amazing clip here. Let's do this little clip. Because you just because it's awesome. And i want you to remember it. Allowed to rig their elections. This is stunning heartbreaking infuriating and the most unpatriotic acts i can even imagine for people in this country to have participated in in any way shape or form and i think american public to know right now that we will not be intimidated. American patriots are fed up with the corruption from the local level. Also talking about herself here the level of our government and we are going to take this country back. We are not going to be intimidated. We are not going to back down. We are going to clean this mess up now. President trump won by a landslide. We are going to prove it. And we are going to reclaim the united states of america for the people who vote for freedom right so scrambling all right so the big question is why was she there. Why did they have this moment. And now they've made this statement so first of all for legal terms and anybody. That's a lawyer knows this if they don't pay her a retainer she's not a part of the trump legal team or the president's personal lawyers okay period and in fact all day on newsmax. They're talking about that just to clarify here. Sydney powell was never officially on the trump legal team or fish. Alie a personal lawyer for the president. Now she's worked alongside things like this. So what could this main. I'm gonna tell you what i think it means and what i truly believe this to me. I believe that they have discovered something that is so criminal that is so massive that they now have had no choice but to there's two issues here you've got election fraud and now you've actually got a criminal case. You can't try both at the same time right. Okay so what. I think the chess match the chess game is here. They put that very vague. Very limited statement out to signify. I think the trump campaign is going to continue to go the voter fraud route. Where talking about no matching of signatures not allowing this nat- blah blah blah blah blah is going to go all the way supreme court one hundred percent is going to go all the way to supreme court because it's already been denied philadelphia which they've already appealed to the third circuit. It's gonna go through there. It will get denied again. And they're going to take it all the way to supreme court. Okay but i think dominion think score scorecard hammer hammer in scorecard. I think they have discovered something. So criminal That it not only democrats it. Also emits implicates republicans is for sure and one hundred percent and i think that the only way that they can do that is they have to separate it to where now sydney powell's individual law firm is going to pursue criminal charges against all of those that they believed to be involved in this stuff. Ladies and gentlemen did not believe. The lies of the mainstream media between the lines. Read between the lines. I have seen so many conservatives flip. Flops i am not backing down until you prove to. Maybe on a shadow of a doubt the evidence for all these people that claim that they wanna see science and they believe in and this and that but yet they overlook all your regularities. They overlooked mathematical in probabilities. Benford law being broken over. Joe biden winning hundred and forty three thousand dumps percent his way and data dumps in michigan overnight at three forty two. Am in the morning. All of these people will be the first ones to say that. They believe in the stats. The science and the evidence Well so do. I show me the evidence that donald trump legit lost. And then i'll you know what i'll shut up. I think the country's going in the gutter and the next four years. We're going to be talking about that but show the avenues. Okay i think sydney powell. I think the trump team. I think that they have found something. Multiple things that are so threatening to the democracy to the safe t to the integrity of not just our elections but our country in general that when she says it's going to be biblical. I think that's what she means. I think they're going to fundamentally bring evidence in front of the american people now. She says in her statements let the chips fall where they may because the courts are just as corrupt everything else. So who knows if the courts are actually going to do anything about this evidence but they're going to bring it and put it in front of the american people and it is going to blow everything wide open Thoughts yeah i i think. Sydney powell is a friggin pit bull shop and chen and just like any pit bull. They're going to be more dangerous off. The leash and on the lee rang. So i think she's just going to go full force and con ladder corruption crutches not just a democratic thing like it's that's that's why they were strain the swamp. It wasn't just. It was like the dc swamp political swamp it's everywhere trump drained it a and pissed a lot of people offer doing it so created a new republican party. Yeah thank the old party. And and yeah. I don't know i think trump is a master chess player and we haven't seen him very much recently. Yeah so i think like the art of war ding ding. Ding number one. He's letting the enemy expose himself and make all the moves and yeah. I think we're gonna see the cracking on steroids for sure and she said wednesday. Hopefully by friday will know some. Maybe this week rob schmidt on newsmax at it this morning. He said look. Here's the truth. Sydney powell is no chump. She is a monster or she took on the michael. Flynn case i mean she. She is a monster attorney. She's no dummy so for her to stay her entire reputation. Yeah that's why. I played that statement back. You can tell she's emotional. Oh yeah because. I think they have discovered something so huge that they literally realize that the american people have been robbed Not only this election but elections previously. Yeah i think even bernie sanders. I think on the local levels bernie sanders for sure and i think in sydney also said this that bernie sanders was told that it was dominion. That made him lose and he said that's fine and just like conceded to it but yeah i think on the local levels too so i think once this all comes out. It's like oh yeah doug collins. He was actually he actually one in georgia all these different places. It's going to rattle the country for sure. Notice how they are preparing to discredit her already. Like the top headline is trump campaign. Fires lawyer that's was just to all right for trauma conspiracy. They're thrown around that because they know in the next couple of weeks when the cracking on steroids unleash and actually comes out there already. Prepping like conspiracy. Yes she's like et she's a nut. She's crazy correct. Anytime somebody call somebody. A conspiracy theorist that's when you should look twice as harder to person so the truth here is the truth. Ladies and gentlemen the truth. Is we deal in truth on this. The truth is sydney. Pow was not removed because she was never actually on retainer for the trump legal team or the president and his personal capacity. I think and i believe that this was a strategic move to separate where they both can pursue separate things at the same time to hit it from both ends. Yeah that's what i believe. I believe that trump's legal team and the campaign legal team have a case. That's go all the way to the supreme court and that's where a cb man everybody's count on go in there and coming in clutch. And then i think that sydney powell and her law firm are gonna come around on the back end and there's going to be a lot of people going to jail now. I have something interesting for this episode. And it's going to be a little long. It's about two and a half three minutes but but but but i want everyone to listen to it in its entirety. It's funny to me. How some movies can and later on in their years. Become almost prophetic right. Interesting so v for vendetta has always been one of my favorite right and while you listen to this. He mentions london and stuff because the movie is set in london. But right now this where we're headed. Currently we can't trust the media because the media is bought and paid for by who their bought and paid for. They shift the narrative. It's only a matter of time before we go to one media source de. And that's that's what that's what has happened in the v for vendetta movie. There is one media source and in this clip v. The the whatever you wanna call them the vigilante hero the the patriot. Whatever it is he intercepts and breaks into the broadcasting system and he broadcast out this message. And i want you to hear before. I even played the clip. There's people locked in their homes because they don't leave their homes. They watched the televised programming as program to do in in the clip. You see these people sitting in the homes sitting in the bars and all they do is watch this programming of what it is. They want him to believe grammy. So that's what's happening in the video. But i want you to listen to his words so again seen. This is a movie clip. And i want you to listen to the words and then we're going to finalize this episode out off of this because like i said. This is eerily prophetic to what is happening right now. So here we go vivere window new from the original after a stupid too bad. Oh my gosh all right. We'll just cut right there. Well i'll just get past three there. We go no. Let's go all right so we're getting ready. There's something wrong with the tv people. Were freaking out trying to go. What's wrong with the tv people in nursing see dad. What's wrong all these headaches here. All right there's something wrong. People were literally freaking out. They don't know what to do. Because the televisions out and now v is making them put a tape. And and here we go. Here's the message. Listen to this good evening. I let me first three minutes. Emergency child many of you who appreciate the comforts of teen could it. Repetition seeing them as much as the spirit of commemoration advertisers putting defensive the past usually associated with someone's death or the end of some awful bloody struggle a celebrated with a nice holiday. I could mark this november the fifth day. That said we no longer remembered by taking some time out of our daily lives to sit down and have a little chant. Avid show live course. Those do not want to speak. We think just no orders being sheltered into telephones men with guns on their way because while the trump should may be used new composition always retain their power words of the memes. Meaning for those who. Listen the annunciation of truth the truth. Is there something terribly wrong with his countries that you designed it's You wanted it while if you told me. Every television in london crew and interest in total depression. And where once you have the freedom to object to inconspicuous yourself fit you. Know senses systems of surveillance. Conformity your machine cameras. How did this happen. Who's to blame that. Those were more responsible than other. This will be held accountable. But again truth be told. If you're looking for the guilty. You need only look into a mirror. I know why did it. I know you're afraid who wouldn't war tara disease there were a myriad conspired to corrupt your reason. Rob you of your common sense. Got the best of you. Penick you turn to the now heightened jumps at he promised you forder he promised you peace and although joe biden was your silent newsom beaten to consent. Expect koroma's through last night. I saw to into that silence last night. So this party started about blowing up something but i want you to hear the very last set. He says they're trying to get to him right here. Citizens wish to embed the fifth of november. The forever in memory hope hoped to remind the world that fairness justice and freedom a molten words perspectives. So if you've seen nothing if the crimes of this government remain unknown to you then i would suggest that you now. The fifth of november to us among tirico particular. See what i see. If you feel as i feel and if you would seek as i seek the nascar to stand beside one week from tonight outside the gates of potty right so if you see nothing first of all can you not tell me that. Ninety percent of everything he just said is not what we're dealing with right now. If you're wondering how this happened. If you're wondering how we let this be this control over us. Of course there are some people that are more responsible than others. But if you really wanna know like dictators governors mayors elected officials. But if you really want to know who's responsible for america not going the direction that we want it to go then you have nowhere else to look in the mirror because we the people are allowing this to happen and then he says i know why you did it. He said war fear disease. All made you cower down and lock yourselves inside with wait on the government savior to come and save you it is. It is really really really creepy man that speech and how. When did it come out. Can you go when v vendetta two thousand seven or something came out. It is crazy how that fall into place today. And i like how he says. hold on And then they it's like nineteen eighty-four too. I mean it all goes back to doesn't five two thousand five okay all right. So let's read this here. This is also a very popular thing. so this is if i want to say this was Okay this is a very popular poem as well and it goes off of this and this goes back to everything that we're saying ladies and gentlemen america's worth fighting for. Tell me this is not erie. If you guys heard the and then they came for me palm guys have heard that Now this is back in the day it can be argued that we're flipped now. But i they came for the socialists and i did not speak out because i was not a socialist. Didn't they came for the trade unionist. And i did not speak out because i was not a trade unionist. Then they came for the jews. And i did not speak out because i was not a jew. Then they came from me and there was no one left to speak for me. Yeah i've heard that powerful stuff man and that's that's kind of where we are and that's why i really want everyone to not believe into the sydney powell stuff. Look at the things that are coming for i i. They came for our businesses with this cove and stuff. Then they came for origin are religions. Then they came for our free speech and then now they're coming for the conservatives because the conservatives are speaking out there the threat are votes conservatives are the threat and we are actively in the middle. We're at the third line of that poem right there. Ladies and gentlemen Okay you can't. We can no longer sit idly by and watch america break apart the way that it is breaking apart We owe it to ourselves. We owe it to our children to our children's children to fight for this country and it's not going to be pretty is not going to be easy. It's not gonna be. It's not gonna seem good while it's happening. No one feels like they're doing exactly the right thing in war. Yeah no one ever really does. Because it's war now it may not be a physical war it may be a war of ideals may a war of politics and it may one day become a physical war who knows but right now they whoever you believe they are george soros whatever it is deep state they are coming after everything that we hold dear as americans. Do you think that we didn't have diseases back in the day. Do you really think that if the founding fathers knew that we were allowing the government to tell us what we could do when we could do it how we could do it. Over ninety nine point nine six survival rate pandemic. What do you think they would say. I'll tell you what they would say. These be i slap you right in your face And for the longest time they did all this stuff in the shadows and no one knew and now people are finally waking up to realize like there is a group of people who control us and this is the last time now. They're doing it in the open. This is their last chance if we do not fight this election results. Yeah whether or not we win or not and what. I mean we win. The republican side wins if we do not fight these results and we simply accept it as the way that it is then. There never be another republican president. It will be democratic presidents for forever in then how long if the democrats get the senate and they get the house how long until the twenty second amendment gets repealed by know what the twenty second amendment is the two terms to terms. I mean it's dull. Say it's not possible. The american socialist colonies don't but that's what i'm saying. Don't say it's not possible because it very much is how russia how long. How long are you going to be willing to sit there and not speak up. Because it doesn't directly relate to you but it does because we're talking about american america so it does directly relate to you will also have the social credit by then so if you come out against the twenty second amendment. You don't think that's a good idea while your social credit sucks anyway so you can't travel. You can't do anything. I'm older than you guys. You ever seen that movie. Demolition man. we've used clips from and i've never seen okay demolition man. The demolition man it's based sylvester. Stallone and wesley snipes are like rivals in eighties. They both get convicted of something and they get frozen. And then they have to be unfrozen in the future when there's like this utopian society where the cops like don't use violence and they use words to deal with criminals There's there's universal television. There's this net very very early similar again. What we're talking about the democrats want right now. But there's this underground group. I can't remember what they call them. But they're like the troublemakers. They're the ones saying. No you've got to resist against all this programming and stuff and they live underground well then at the end of the movie. When it's all said and done you come to find out that they actually are the right ones and they're actually the ones that are that are in the right right. I feel like that's what we're headed down. I really do. What is your hill that you are willing to die on ladies and gentlemen. Where do you stand when people are telling you you can only stand in certain places What do you do. What do you do when the same from vendetta. The same from v for vendetta. If you don't see what. I see and you don't feel what i feel. Then just skip past us Put if you see what i see and you feel what i feel. What are we going to do about it. What are we going to do. How are we going to fight against. We have to stand. We have to refuse to accept this election unless it is one. Hundred percent verified with evidence. Shown that that's the way that it happened. Yeah we owe it to ourselves. We owe it to america to do that. And more importantly we owe it to our children. Ladies gentlemen That's it for this episode. We hope you enjoyed it and we hope that it shed some light on the truth. We've got some big episodes coming up. Charlie kirk gonna join us lord trump's coming in We are breaking the charge. So tell a friend. Subscribe gives five stars. Jake where can they find you. Producer jake on parlor noah. You can find man. No underscore griffith underscore on instagram. And of course. i'm grandma. Thanks so much for watching and we'll see again next time.

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October 18th, 2018

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October 18th, 2018

"The following presentation is brought to you by the realm network. Close Burbank news income in. Is Trump helping France get away with murder. This is Thursday October eighteenth, two thousand eighteen. Thank you very much for your time and for supporting this independent news through the links for my sponsors and through the pay pal, donate button at buzz, Burbank dot com. An avalanche of news, a record, setting deficit, a record setting, election, a bizarre, murder, mystery a growing climate, crisis legal Canadian. We'd and Muller's about to report on the Russia probe. We'll get to all of it, but we'll start with your wallet. The gap between the money, the US takes in the money. Doles out is how we determine the federal deficit, the higher the deficit, the more you pay the interest rates. The nation's economic growth slows and pay raises all vanish. The treasury department says our national deficit is now nearly eight hundred trillion dollars. That's eight hundred with twelve more zeroes after it. The deficit grew by a whopping seventeen percent last year. U. s. spending commonly outpaces its income. But this past year was shockingly different. A higher deficit drives up the national debt, which is the interest the US pays on the money at borrows from other countries. Half of those deaths are to China, Japan and Saudi Arabia. We are beholden to China for more than a trillion dollars. The track we're on over the next ten years will spend seven trillion dollars on interest payments instead of on roads bridges schools, and other top priorities. What jacked up the deficit, the Trump publican tax package. The did little for the middle class and a lot for corporations in the rich because it also meant the government was taking a lot less money than it had been. The money kept instead by the big in the wealthy. And the effect of that selective tax cut was made worse by thirty. Nine billion dollar increase in military spending, but no increase in spending was as big as the increase in. What the US pays in interest on its twenty one trillion dollar debt. Meanwhile, under the Trump publican tax plan, corporations got to keep nearly one hundred billion dollars last year that would have otherwise gone to the government to help narrow that deficit. The news about the deficit, and that would also seem to be bad news for Republicans running for Senate and congressional seats in the election. That's out just a couple of weeks away since it was Republicans who boosted the deficit by one and a half trillion dollars with their tax package. Battle-axe news for Republicans and less. They can turn this story around Senate leader. Mitch McConnell says, it's not the tax cut for the rich or the military spending boost. Let's cause this mess. It's social security, Medicare and Medicaid. The way to solve this problem says McConnell is to cut these entitlement programs, meaning programs to which people are entitled either because they've earned it or because they are unable to care for their own health. Yes, with just a couple of weeks left til election day McConnell is threatening to cut social security, Medicare and Medicaid to try to distract from the huge deficit increase that will stop pay raises drive up interest rates and with no wiggle room in the budget to deal with natural design. Astor's which seemed to now happen more frequently despite past Republican preaching about the importance of keeping down the deficit and the debt Republicans have instead thrown caution to the wind. The national deficit has risen by seventy seven percent in Mitch McConnell's, three years of Senate leadership. You can bet democratic candidates will be talking about this deficit news over the next couple of weeks. Last week. We are asking ourselves if people would actually turn out and vote in this crucial election. Now, listen three weeks away this week. We have a better idea of what to expect. The national voter registration day is the fourth Tuesday of September every year this year it was on the twenty fifth. And on that day, this year, nearly eight hundred thousand people who were not registered to vote got themselves registered in one day, and that's just one of the many big voter registration drives. The organizers of national voter registration day were expecting to sign up three hundred thousand people. This year. But instead of a third of a million, they got closer to a million, probably thanks to partnering with Facebook, Twitter and others bid underestimated the response by a half million people in Vermont officials say that this year ninety two point five percent of the state's residents are now registered voters ninety two point five that sixteen thousand new voters just in Vermont this year just in that tiny state. Now, obviously being a registered voter, doesn't mean a person will actually vote, but more people are prepared to vote this year with millions of new voters. No one expected and turn out for the primaries. This year was more than double of the last mid term for years ago. This is not and will not be your usual mid-term election, a Washington Post ABC news poll found that people are far more eager to vote on November six than they were in the midterm election for years ago. That's not a hard number to beat. Since that election day saw the lowest voter turnout in fifty years. Giving Republicans control of the Senate and a stronger hold on the house. Still this year's numbers are up and up sharply seventy. Seven percent of the people registered to vote say they will meet us at the polls nineteen days from now a number. That's a substantial twelve percent higher than its counterpart from four years ago in Azam is up among all groups, but especially among women young adults, minorities and Democrats eighty. One percent of Democrats plan to vote that's up eighteen percent from the congressional races of two thousand fourteen while Republican enthusiasm is up only four percent and democratic voters have donated more money to their congressional campaigns than Republicans by a fifty million dollar margin, and they're now ready to put their mouths where their money is the number of voting women under age. Forty is up by thirty two percent. Nearly a one third increase in women voters. Minorities are twenty four percent more determined to vote this time. In other words, enthusiasm. Strong among people who don't usually vote in these important elections for the house. Some Senate seats governorships local offices and ballot questions. Those ballot questions. By the way the with renewable energy restrictions on the fossil fuel industry gerrymandering the rights of crime victims taxes and the legalization of recreational marijuana in places like Utah, North Dakota, Missouri and Michigan. The minimum wage is on the ballot in Arkansas and Missouri restricting abortion is on the ballot in Alabama, Oregon, and West Virginia. There may be important questions like these on your local ballots all the more reason. It's important that everyone vote in this election. The soul of the nation is on the ballot in congressional races this year, Senate races, gubernatorial races and other offices in the minds of many. This mid-term is the most important one of our lifetimes for ourselves for the country and for the planet. What Democrats don't want. Is another surprise like the one that befell them on November eighth twenty. Sixteen. The two thousand sixteen presidential election was manipulated by Russia. The twenty eighteen midterms are being manipulated to, but this time by Americans, Facebook has purged more than eight hundred accounts that were flooding users with political spam. Click bait, some of the accounts have been around for years and had millions of followers including a page that brags, it's the first publication to endorse president Donald J Trump. But liberal accounts were deleted two and Sam had multiple accountant whole networks of accounts, and some of them were faked, make themselves appear bigger and more popular than they actually are Facebook and finally addressing disinformation campaigns for an end. Domestic says, it deleted the accounts, not because of their content, but because they had used inappropriate tactics to expand their followings. Facebook has been threatened with government regulation prompting. It's proactive purge of what it saw as disinformation campaigns, but account holders on the right. Right? And the left who've been removed from Facebook are now accusing the company of censorship. In the meantime, Americans have learned from the Russians how to use disinformation on social media to try to alter our elections. The usual obstacles to electing Democrats are back in place for this election, and then some Republicans sponsored voter, ID laws remain in effect, keeping hundreds of thousands of Americans from voting as Republicans insist on preventing the voter fraud that statistically does not exist. That's been well established Trump believing he should have won. The popular vote in two thousand sixteen claimed that millions of people had voted fraudulently after taking office. He set up a commission of like minded Republicans to look into this. They looked and looked for evidence to prove what they already believed even then because red and blue states refuse to cooperate, the commission was disbanded, but Republicans still cling to their false claim in Republican held Texas. The stadi- Torney general is arresting people and accusing them, voter fraud in the red state of North Carolina immigration officials have subpoenaed the state's voting records to be scanned for undocumented voters. North Dakota's voter ID law was challenged by native Americans who point out that tens of thousands of homes on reservations are rural and have no street addresses, which is now required under North Dakota law. The US supreme court with its Republican majority firmly in place turned away. The native Americans refusing to hear their case that meant North Dakota's voter ID law would remain an effect through the November election. It is the native American vote by the way that gave the very red state of North Dakota, a democratic Senator and with Heidi Heitkamp's defeat, Democrats would lose a seat in the Senate and their shot at a Senate majority paving the way for Trump to get one or two more supreme court justices confirmed. In other words, native Americans in North Dakota can determine everything in this election. In Georgia where Stacey Abrams is working to become the nation's first black female governor nearly eighty percent of the voters. Removed from the registration are black fifty. Three thousand voters are on hold while the state works to verify or disqualify them under Georgia's exact match, voter ID law under that law, even a missing hyphen could get a voter suspended from the voter rolls, especially if they're black, making Stacey Abrams work, even tougher and Atlanta, a college teacher showing her students how to check online to see if they're registered discovered in class that she no longer is registered despite her having voted in every election. Now, one of the fifty three thousand aims to be reviewed by the Georgia secretary of state. Marsha appling Nunez has a hyphenated last name, and one of those names Spanich Georgia's voting system is controlled by Republicans, secretary of state, Brian camp, who is Stacey Abrams opponent in this neck and neck. Race for governor and these fifty, three thousand suspended voter, registration applications are just a drop in Mr. Kemp bucket. He's removed one and a half million names from Georgia's voter rolls in the past six years removed over six hundred fifty thousand just last year while he was preparing to run for governor camp is the Republican poster child for voter suppression. And he's currently in charge of an election that involves him despite calls for him to either recuse himself or resign the nation has Voting Rights Act to protect the rights of minority voters. But that law was gutted five years ago by the United States Supreme court. Now, Georgia's Brian camp is facing multiple lawsuits by among others, a coalition of civil rights groups over his enforcement of this exact match law camp claims. The fifty three thousand people he removed from the registration can still vote so long as they bring all the right paperwork voters in Georgia have responded to this. Turnout was off the charts on the first day of voting in Georgia with a two hour. Wait for early voters in Cobb County with a line around the building, the same is true around the country with turnout nearly triple. It's usual number tensions are high. When a Georgia Tech student hit record on their phone to ask Senator David Purdue about voter suppression, produce answer was to snatch the phone away from the student Purdue gave back the phone after a struggle after the student had asked why Purdue was supporting Brian camp at last check camp held in nearly two point lead over Stacey Abrams and there are Republican efforts to keep young minority voters away from the polls back in Texas and executive for one democratic congressional candidate was arrested after delivering to the Waller county courthouse. A letter demanding the county update its voting status on students at a nearby college that has an eighty percent black enrollment. Waller county is otherwise seventy percent white. As he delivered the letter. The campaign official took a picture of the county clerk receive in the letter to prove it had been delivered. She didn't like that and called in a bailiff. The bail of asked which political party the man represented democrat, he said, and they arrested him. He was released two hours later, but county officials kept his cell phone. All this went down on what would be the last day before the election for Texans to register. And just in time the county has put thousands of students from prairie view am back on the registered voter list in California Republican, Duncan Hunter is fighting to keep his seat in congress and fighting federal charges of using his campaign money for personal expenses. His democratic challenger is a mar cabin jar who's of Palestinian heritage so desperately embattled Republican, Duncan Hunter hasn't just resorted to negative ads against camp. China jar. He's gone full on Islam, phobic hunters. Atac uses his fellow American trying to infiltrate congress. He says, campaigning jars grandfather was a terrorist and behind the killing of his Rayleigh athletes at the nineteen seventy-two Olympics. The ad says, campaign ajar changed his name to hide. This alleged connection in his ad hundred declares his fellow American opponent, a security risk. As if the Islamaphobia weren't clear enough, the Washington Post fact checking division has given hunters. Add four Pinocchio 's which the paper says makes the add a whopper of ally. Amar campaign ajar is a Christian, not a Muslim Campbell. By the way is the family name of his mother who is a Spanich with California Republican. Congressman Duncan Hunter continues to spew. His lies including that an Obama appointee and the Justice department is to blame for his own federal indictment. The truth is the US attorney who filed those five dozen charges against Duncan Hunter is a Republican appointed by Donald Trump. The two young men who said they were students from a nearby college arrived at the campaign office of democratic Congressman, Tom O'Halloran in flagstaff, Arizona to volunteer and to donate the thirty nine dollars and sixty eight cents. They'd collected a jar for a campaign donation. It wasn't until they filled out the forms and the two men identified themselves as members of the northern Arizona university gommunist party, and they quickly insisted on getting receipts for their donations. The Republicans would really have something if they could prove that a democrat had taken campaign donations from communists, especially if Republicans could get their hands on the receipts. Unfortunately for these two young men, one of the congressmen staffers recognize them from social media as members of the Zona Republican party. So the congressman staffer returned the thirty nine dollars and sixty eight cents to the man identity. Firing them both by their real names and the ones they've given on their application, reminding them fraudulent contributions are a federal crime and the congressman staff got all of it on video. This election, like all elections will not be settled by either Republicans or Democrats like all the others. It'll be decided by the independent voters as Bob Ceska points out in his Tuesday column for the daily banner. It was the independent voter who gave us Trump and it is the independent voter who has the power to take him away. A Reuters poll found that two-thirds of independent voters think the country is on the wrong path and sixty that's six zero sixty percent of the independence disapprove of Trump forty, five percent of them strongly forty, nine percent of them, disapprove of their Representative in congress, a CNN focus group of six people who voted for Trump two years ago. All six of them say they now regret it. Voter, enthusiasm overall, is up. Democrats have been more than Republicans that democratic edge combined with an unhappy crowd of independence spells trouble for this all Republican government and the independence or your vote. Two. Earlier this year Trump Treasury Secretary. Wilbur Ross ordered the census bureau to add a question about the residents citizenship status Ross claimed it would help the government enforce the Voting Rights Act to protect the voting rights of minorities. For that matter, everyone. That would be surprising since it's the only thing Trump administration has done to try to shore up voting rights. In fact, this administration's worked to restrict voting rights Trump claiming, voter fraud and rigged elections and demanding, voter ID laws nationwide, and attorney general Jeff Sessions heaping praise on the supreme court decision to gut the Voting Rights Act of nineteen sixty three. So what was the real reason? The Commerce Department's finally released emails than answer that question. E mails between Wilbur Ross and Kansas, then secretary of state, Chris co, Bach who believes as firmly as Trump in this nonexistent voter fraud. The documents released by commerce, also reveal conversations between Ross and then White House advisor, Steve Bannon, a fierce critic of immigration. The heels revealed that the real reason for the new question is to stop serving and or ferret out undocumented people. Having a citizenship question. On the census will intimidate undocumented residents into not filling out the form at all. Meaning they won't be represented by senators and congressional members who are sworn to serve the residents of his or her district regardless of their citizenship status. The reason everyone gets counted or did in the past is to make sure enough money and services are in place to accommodate everyone. Not counting the undocumented could cut the number of seats in congress, representing millions of people. There would be two more red state congressional seats than there are now and to fewer democratic seats that and the further intimidation of immigrants appears to be the real intent of Wilbur Ross's order to add the census question about citizenship status not to protect anyone's voting rights. The Democrats in congress made a weird and still unexplained deal with Republicans before they all went back to their home states to campaign for themselves or others in the upcoming midterms, even right after the bitter. Brett cavenaugh fight, Democrats agreed to confirm fifteen more federal judges nominated by Trump in return. The lawmakers would be allowed to go home and campaign. That's weird because congress was about to break anyway for that exact purpose. In other words, the democratic leadership in congress, Chuck Schumer and Dianne Feinstein gave up fifteen things for a thing. They were going to get anyway, without explanation. They traded something for nothing. Those who'd help Democrats fight the cavenaugh nomination were further crushed by this news. Quoting a lawyer for an anti-trump group. This period will be long remembered. Not just for the story. Number of judges Trump's been able to confirm, but also because of how passive Democrats were in response Trump has now appointed Twenty-nine appeals court judges far more than any other president in the circuit courts, history and inexplicably Democrats in congress are letting it happen. The cavenaugh fight, however, may not be over a new Washington Post ABC news survey shows that a majority of Americans think the investigation of cavenaugh should continue that a majority of Americans disapprove of his confirmation and that it makes them more likely to vote democratic in the election that is nineteen days away. It doesn't matter, said Trump because we won Trump was allowing himself to be interviewed outside the safe harbor of Fox News. And Leslie Stahl was asking the questions on behalf of sixty minutes at CBS Trump said, he thinks he treated Kavanagh's first accuser, Christine Blasi Ford with respect stall, followed up asking, but you seem to be saying that she lied. I'm not going to get into it half Trump because we won. It doesn't matter, said Trump. We won. The transcript of the interview is practically unreadable with Trump interrupting stall mid question on almost every question. And at one point telling stall, I'm the president, you are not. He simply ignored some of souls questions, but Trump used this forum to continue his effort to muddy the waters of the Russia investigation by insisting that China had also medalled Trump said he'd like to revive his policy of separating children from families at the US Mexico border. He's now threatening to send American soldiers to the border. If Mexico doesn't crackdown on border crossings, Trump's comments on climate change after hurricane, Michael coming up. Also ahead. Bob Ceska starts on the election and Arabian murder, mystery that may involve Trump and Muller's about to wrap up a big part of his investigation. After this. Thanks again for using my Amazon, Lincoln buzz, Burbank dot com. No matter what you buy there lately, I've been discovering the expanding world of Amazon prime music. I'm addicted. And if you shop the new Amazon business, which is free, you can manage your office supplies with the greatest of ease. I got a small commission from Amazon for that and every purchase you make. So really helped power this free week. Weekly report if you'd rather not use my Amazon link, please support this free independent journalism through the pay pal, donate button just beneath the Amazon button at buzzed Burbank dot com. And thanks again. So on dot com, Bob Ceska wants us to be fighting mad going into this election, but not literally right Bob. Thank you BAAs apparently it's okay to use violent eliminationist rhetoric. If you're Donald Trump or a pack of fascist in cells who call themselves proud boys for everyone else, especially liberal activists petitioning our government is the act of a ruthless mob of screaming thugs ever since the confirmation battle of Brett cavenaugh. The Trump Republicans have tried successfully in many cases to convince the rest of the public that it's exclusively the left that's engaged in violent acts against Trump supporters and other figures, including apparently Tucker, Carlson who can't eat in restaurants anymore. Oh, this isn't to suggest there aren't any leftist who've used violence to make their case. We've seen in person protests where activists shout things at Trump administration officials and the like, and we've seen isolated cases in which Nazi your three have been physically attacked. But as of today, not. A single high ranking democrat has asked his or her supporters to punch kick or beat anyone not once nevertheless, the word from Trump and other Republican leaders is that these isolated incidents are the result of flagrant stoking violence by Democratic Congress persons and the like Trump himself referred to protesters as an angry mob. Everyone from Mitch McConnell on down the line has repeated such nonsense, even a prominent never-trumper Ben, how excoriated democratic leadership for using language like fight for your lives and war on Republicans, and therefore allegedly inciting violent incidents like a pair in which one Republican candidate was punched in the shoulder and another sustained a concussion after being punched in the head. While these attacks are horrible and wrong. I don't hear any serious voices on the left calling for literal violence. The closest example, I suppose when Maxine Waters told Democrats to push back on Trump officials, other than that just doesn't exist. I despite the affirmation punching what's been completely lost as the Republicans collapse on their fainting couches over tough rhetoric from an eighty year. Old waters is precisely how and why this trend toward physical confrontations began to examine incivility in twenty eighteen vacuum without looking at how we got here is nearsighted. It's more gas lighting is what it is. We also need to draw distinction between rank and file citizens on the ground and well known political leaders, including the president himself members of congress, and the president should always be held to a higher standard than your average street activists. The price of leadership is exercising restraint commensurate with making decisions that impact three hundred twenty million Americans not to mention the rest of the world. This requires a grounded temperament, especially knowing we have fifteen hundred nukes ready to launch on the president's orders or through a declaration of war by congress. So what about these leaders in their violent screeching. In the modern context, I tend to trace the use of eliminationist rhetoric to the campaign ads that started a pop up in the early Obama years. You probably remember them. There's an entire series of political ads in which Republicans literally shoot the laws. They don't like everyone from rand Paul on down to Ted Cruz. These are American leaders representing American political parties with advertisements, airing on American television networks and on American computer browsers. Some of these bastards never rose to elect an office, but the winners keep being re-elected because they're enthusiastically willing to exploit the darkest instincts of their voters in part by suggesting that it's patriotic to shoot the political ideas being proposed by the other side, even after the near fatal shootings of two members of congress, this is what we're being conditioned to accept that there's no problem that can't be solved by pulling out a semi or fully automatic weapon and Jackie eating bullets into whatever's bugging us. I'm also old enough to remember G Gordon Liddy on his former radio show instructing his listeners to shoot ATF agents in the head due to their kevlar. Vests Elsa. Remember seeing shooting targets with democratic faces on them. No wonder given how Republican leadership comports itself speaking of which there's also Donald Trump. Of course, Trump has a lengthy record of not ambiguous metaphors and off the shelf political rhetoric, the war on whatever, but outright violent threats and encouragement of the same fluffing. His red hats with talk like, this is what he does. Best quote, knocked the crap out of them. Maybe he should have been roughed up. I'll beat the crap out of you. I'd like to punch him in the face. Part of the problem is nobody wants to hurt each other. The audience hit back and that's what we need a little bit more of and try not to hurt them. If you do, I'll defend you in court. So don't worry about. It that's not fake news. It's all on video Trump isn't toying around with vague, semi tough, political tropes. He's flagrantly telling his people to literally a cost protesters which they did on countless occasions. This is what the Republicans do. They start, then they stand back and play this ludicrous who me routine while pointing accusatory fingers at the rest of us. Don't let anyone tell you. This is a democratic problem. This began with Trump and his predecessors and liberal activists are done being played as suckers with kick me signs on our backs. So we're pushing back as Maxine Waters said some are getting the wrong idea and playing on the red hat's level, don't I? They're better at it. Second, we have facts reality and fighting spirit not to mention all of the most creative and funniest people in the nation on our side. So let's use all that. Meanwhile, feel free to kick Trump's ass. With your voices and especially with your votes, there's twenty days to go. I'm Bob Ceska for buzz Burbank news and comment. Thank you. Bob, get more of him at salon dot com as patriotic page and Tuesdays and Thursdays on the Bob Ceska show at realm network dot com. Bob will have a fresh show this afternoon. I'll be back with him again on Tuesday. Donald Trump has bragged to his supporters and on video about the money. He makes from Saudi Arabia, which amounts to hundreds of millions of dollars. Saudi Arabia was the first foreign country Trump visited after taking office instead of the customary first trip to one of our more trusted allies. This week Trump has told the Saudi line on the suspected murder of a US resident. A journalist working for a major American newspaper Trump echoed the Saudi claim that the murder in its consulate in Turkey was likely committed by rogue actors. Even as we learned that four suspects are tied to the Saudi military and intelligence communities and to its crown prince. Fifteen Saudis, including the country's top for insect autopsy, expert traveling with a bone saw are suspected of killing Jamal kashogi in that Saudi consulate in eastern bowl, Turkey and dismembering and disposing his body. The fifteen men flew into Turkey in the middle of the night left that afternoon. They made up this alleged team of assassins Saudis, denied knowledge of kashogi. Whereabouts for two weeks before saying they'd investigate his disappearance as much as he loved his home country because Shoghi criticized the crown prince in his writings. It's suspected the Saudis lured kashogi to their consulate claiming he needed to sign some papers prior to his pending wedding, kashogi may have known the risk and yet on a promise he would not be harmed. He took that risk and flew to eastern bowl and US intelligence meaning also perhaps the US president apparently knew about this assassination plot in advance our. Intelligence intercepted discussions of the plan, knowing the Saudis of wanted to get their hands on kashogi since the prince. I took control of that country and they knew the plan was to lure kashogi into a trap and kill him to silence. Khashoggi's criticism of the prince in Khashoggi's Washington Post columns. Did the Trump administration or US intelligence decide not to warn kashogi despite US policy to do so. Trump, meanwhile defends the Arab country that's been such a good real estate customer while the Saudis parrot Trump's defenses. The last column kashogi wrote for the Washington Post has just been published. It's about the need for a free press. But his biggest story was about his own murder. Trump is continue to repeat the claims of the Saudi prince and has also passed along the Princess promised to investigate quickly as if it were a promise to be trusted. The Saudi government waited two weeks to start its investigation or to allow others to investigate while it denied any knowledge of what has now been verified playing to his base Trump took it a step further, comparing the Saudis to conservative hero, Brad Kavanagh for all cavenaugh may or may not be. He's nothing like the Saudi prince, but Trump told the Associated Press. Here we go again with you're guilty until proven innocent. Trump supporting Senator Lindsey, Graham parts ways with Trump on this and grams also a longtime supporter of the Saudis. Now, Graham says he feels used and abused. He had this guy murdered, says Graham adding. I'm not going back to Saudi Arabia as long as this guy's in charge saying the Saudi King should take the crown away from the prince. Instead the Trump administration is working reportedly with the Saudi government to come up with a quote, mutually agreeable explanation for kashogi is murder. Republican, Senator Marco Rubio wants Trump's Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin not to go to a scheduled investment conference in Saudi Arabia quote, until we know exactly what's happened today. US intelligence says, it's increasingly convinced that kashogi killing was ordered by Trump's friend, the crown prince of Saudi Arabia Trump sent secretary of state Mike Pompeo to Saudi Arabia to pose for smiling pictures. And to get an assurance from the prince that he knew nothing about this also to pick up a long promised check for one hundred million dollars to help the US effort in Syria Trump repeats the prince's denials and alternate theories in spite of audio recordings of the murder made by kashogi himself and transmitted to his phone, which was outside the embassy at the time, the prince known as m b s short for Mohammed bin. Salman also has close ties with Trump's son-in-law and adviser, Jared, Kushner. Jared, Kushner's net worth these days is nearly three hundred twenty five million dollars. That's five times what Jared was worth ten years ago. His greater accomplishment, however, might be having avoided paying federal income tax on the vast majority of these dollars. Kushner claimed millions of dollars in business losses through depreciation in his real estate holdings. In truth, real estate values almost always increase, not the crease or depreciate. So these are losses that exist only on paper. They are not losses suffered by Kushner's company in two thousand fifteen. Kushner claimed well over eight million dollars in losses and took home nearly two million dollar salary while paying almost no federal income taxes. According to documents reviewed by reporters at the New York Times, quoting a lawyer who wishes he'd chosen real estate investor as a career instead, it's fantastic. You get tax deductions for things. You don't pay for. Lawyers for the Trump campaign are now arguing in court on behalf of WikiLeaks the organization that publishes government secrets and in two thousand sixteen Hillary Clinton's emails. The Trump campaign and WikiLeaks are both being sued by Email hacking victims, including Clinton donors and officials of the Democratic National Committee. In legal papers filed with the court Trump campaign. Lawyers argue that WikiLeaks has the right to publish stolen data. If WikiLeaks isn't the thief, they argue that WikiLeaks should be treated the same as Facebook. In addition to this civil suit, all of this has also been of keen interest to the Muller investigation Trump's twenty twenty reelection campaign. Meanwhile has now raised over one hundred million dollars ahead of the twenty eighteen midterms. In two thousand sixteen a highly respected computer scientist, asking himself, why the hell is a Russian Bank mutating with a server that belongs to the Trump organization. And at such a rate, he and other prominent computer scientists, spotted two surveys trying to locate a Trump organization server. They pinged it, but it never responded. One of the servers reaching out to Trump Tower belongs to a healthcare company in Grand Rapids, Michigan a company that's owned by the family of Trump education, secretary, Betsy DeVos, and her brother, Eric prints, who's target of the Muller investigation. The other server, pigging Trump Tower belonged to a Russian Bank Alpha-bank. One of the biggest banks in Russia and it was that Russian server hitting up the Trump server. Dozens of times every day after a New York Times article about the Trump campaign connections to Russians in late September of two thousand sixteen the Trump server suddenly shut down and vanished from the internet. This prominent computer scientist, mostly Republican voter says the FBI has not spoken with him because he believes it already knows what he knew back then and quoting the scientists, I hope Muller has all of it. It seems ridiculous that I'd have to do it when everyone says there's no collusion Trump said, but I'll do what is necessary to get it over with Trump was addressing his supporters on Fox News about the news. He'd be answering a list of questions from special counsel, Robert Muller to get it over with and to do so to the best of their ability members of the Muller team have submitted written questions to Trump for him to answer with the guidance of his attorneys in writing. This could be the first round in a series of printed word QNA's. The Trump team is still working on Muller's questions, which insisted must avoid certain subjects. So the questions are limited Trump was certain to commit perjury and a face to face interview and his lawyers continue to try to avoid that Trump lied. When he told Fox News, everyone says there's no collusion. Everyone does not say that very few people say that the Muller team is still pushing for that in person interview, but we'll take what it can get. In the meantime, now that the talks about a face to face have dragged on for months and months. And although the Russia probe is expected to continue Muller appears to be trying to wrap up the part that involves the president, Muller is now expected to present his findings right after the midterms to deputy attorney. General rod Rosenstein, who will then be under pressure to release the results to congress, which would quickly release to the public under democratic control of the house. Rosenstein has been pressing Muller, do either indict some more folks or wrap up the Russia probe as it pertains to the Trump campaign. And as he looked into whether Trump obstructed Justice, but Rosenstein may not be able to hand Muller's report to congress. If he gets fired, which could happen if his boss attorney general Jeff Sessions gets fired, which Trump says he will decide after the midterms which is when Muller's expected to wrap up his report. Justice department rules prevent Muller from releasing anything in the sixty days prior to an election at just because Muller's on deadline to issue a report doesn't mean the investigation stops Muller's team. Prosecutors will pursue other players and try to answer any remaining questions even after the issuance of this I report, presumably Muller's team can issue more reports later, and there's no sign. The Muller team is anywhere near the finish line. This is not unusual, took Ken Starr four years to nail Bill Clinton. It took two years to nailed scooter, Libby the Russia probe is still less than eighteen months long. The flipping of Trump campaign manager. Paul Manafort however, has reportedly done a lot to speed up Muller's work and the special prosecutor's been getting other good help Trump's former fixer Michael Cohen and his former deputy campaign chair. Rick gates are helping Muller a. lot gates has been so helpful to them. Muller team. Federal prosecutors have lifted his curfew and allowed him to slip out of that GPS monitoring ankle bracelet. Trump's campaign manager remains behind bars, but Trump's deputy campaign manager can now unbuckle his seat belt and move freely about the cabin. Because Rick gates is helping a lot also very, very helpful. Is Trump's former personal lawyer and fix it? Man, Michael Cohen. Cohen has not only been forthcoming with the Russia investigators, but with other federal prosecutors as well as with prosecutors from New York state and New York City who are investigating Trump's business and is fo charity. The Trump foundation, Michael Cohen has spent fifty hours five, oh, fifty hours talking to investigators and prosecutors, and he's working without a net Cohen, volunteering, everything. He knows pertinent to the cases against himself and Donald Trump without a plea deal of any kind. Clearly, Michael Cohen hopes his cooperation will mean a lighter sentence, and he knows an awful lot about Trump's personal life and finances and even a bit about Trump's presidency. And by doing this voluntarily Cohen doesn't have to reveal every detail of his life as he would have to with a plea deal. Cohen says he regrets what he has done for Donald Trump, and if it helps Michael Cohen over the weekend changed his voter registration to democrat and urged everyone to get out and vote former FBI director, James combing Republican throughout his adult life as just donated the maximum amount of money allowed by law to a democratic congressional candidate in Virginia. Over the past six months Senator Elizabeth Warren has been running a war room to get Democrats elected across the country on November. Sixth, that organization would come in handy in a bid for the White House. According to the Washington Post warns war-room is active in all fifty states tied to more than one hundred fifty campaigns not to mention the fundraising. She's done and appearances and speeches us made to help those candidates warns war-room has staffers in all four of the early primary states and in the big money states of Florida, Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin. Warren says she'll take a hard look at making yourself a presidential primary candidate right after these midterms that's code for the start of the twenty twenty presidential campaign is now just weeks away for the record. New Jersey Senator Corey Booker is running a similar, albeit smaller organization as is California Senator camera Harris, both likely, democratic presidential primary candidates. But despite all of Warren's preparation, she may have just blown at all. While control of congress may rest in the hands of native Americans in North Dakota. The Pocahontas debate continued distracting from the real issues. Boca hottest was the teenage daughter of a native American tribal chief who ultimately left her tribe to live among settlers in what had become Jamestown, Virginia only to die when she was about twenty or twenty. One or stories been romanticized when we actually know very little about her Pocahontas is the stuff of legend. Trump did not mean it as a compliment when he called Massachusetts Senator. Elizabeth Warren Pocahontas Trump was mocking Warren. As he mocked so many people displaying skeptical sarcasm for claim to be at least a little bit native American. It was red meat for Trump and his angry mob of supporters that Warren might have gotten something she didn't deserve and all because she was dishonest. It advances the conservative argument that affirmative action is bad. Warren tried to argue that she was not. Making this up that she did not use, try to use her heritage to advance any aspect of her career. One thirty second native American. That's what Grammy told her. She said, I will give you a million dollars to your favorite charity paid for by Trump. If you take the test and it shows you're an Indian. He told one of his locker up rallies earlier this year, the derisive nickname caught on despite Warren's efforts to tamp down this unfounded, racist attack what people find, offensive, said, White House. Spokeswoman, Sarah Sanders is Senator Warren lying about her heritage to advance her career. This week, Senator Warren made public DNA tests that suggests she does have a distant native American ancestor. The report concludes there is strong evidence. Warrants, family tree includes a native American as recently as six generations ago. She somewhere between one sixty four th and one one thousand native American will Trump pay off his million dollar bad. Of course not. I didn't say that said Trump on Monday despite the audio. We have from July of him saying exactly that Warren responded on Twitter, having some memory problems, Donald Trump should we call for a doctor who cares ask Trump when reporters told him about the DNA results. Kellyanne Conway says the president shouldn't have to pay off the bed since she says, Warren's DNA test was junk science. I'll only do it if I can test her personally, Trump told reporters, adding would quote not be something I would enjoy doing either racking up another ugly sexist remark or to quoting warrants. Tweeted response, please send the check to the national indigenous women's resource center, a nonprofit working to protect native women from violence. I hope she's running for president, said Trump because I think she'd be very easy. She destroy our country should make our country and Venezuela. He went on with that being said, I don't wanna say bad things about her because I hoped she'd be one of the people who get through the process. But of course, trumpet already said enough, bad things. Warren's attempt at defending herself against Trump's racist claims, however, did her more harm than good leaving her as stained as Donald Trump Trump and Warren have now both been condemned by the Cherokee nation and other groups for using a question of native American heritage for political gain, and they say, Trump and Warren should each give a million bucks through the national indigenous women's resource center. Still Trump Pocahontas attacks on lose Warren appear to be a theme of Trump's of his administration's and of the Republican lawmakers who are in lockstep with Trump Trump who declared good people on both sides on the Charlottesville clash and called Mexicans rapists told his congregation in Ohio last week that slavery supporting general. Robert Lee was a great general in that same appearance he called on black Americans do honor Republicans with their votes. Trump sat mostly patiently in the Oval Office last week while Carney west prattled on about a number of things including his concern about the pitfalls of the thirteenth amendment, which abolished slavery Trump called the rappers comments. Pretty amazing. Indeed. And that is why Trump has asked black voters to quote honor us by voting Republican because he had his black meeting with Kanye west, get away from the Democrats. He told him during his riled up rally in Warren county, Ohio. Racist attitudes now run rampant in the Trump government. We learned this past week that acting EPA director, Andrew Wheeler liked opposed showing President Obama and his wife looking fondly at a banana. Trump's chief White House adviser hosted a white nationalist publisher over the summer. A White House speech writer had to resign in August over his participation in a conference of white nationalists, a homeland security adviser quit that same month over his emails with white nationalist using Nazi terminology while another homeland security adviser called African Americans, lazy and promiscuous. There was the counterterrorism adviser who wore a medal from a nationalist organization with Nazi ties. The energy department officials who called Obama a Kenyan and his mother a whore on social media. Most of these good people have been fired only because a reporter started asking questions reporters from the Washington Post CNN. CNN and more as bananas fall, not far from the tree, the tree Donald Trump remains standing and his insults against the mentally ill against women against minorities, continue as we play whack-a-mole with the racist within his administration. The attitudes of trumpeting supporters still dictate our border and immigration policies. And with that, the White House is actively considering a plan to, again, separate children from their parents at the border that plan like in the failed zero tolerance policy that preceded it is to discourage him aggression altogether by making it not just tough, but cruel Trump doesn't want a repeat of his first go at this, but he is reportedly frustrated about not getting his great border wall at about not even having enough border security for his liking with family and migrations. Now up to a record level. Trump's attempts to stop them of failed with September setting an all time record for influx of. Of eighty percent from July Trump's efforts are failing. And so he's cracking down under part of a new plan. The family gets twenty days together and then they can either all leave together or the parents can return to their home country and leave their kids here in US government custody in one of our tent camps. The Trump administration ripped more than twenty five hundred children from their families in six weeks. This past summer, the program for reuniting these snatched kids with their families remains in chaos. One of the latest examples of four year old girl put on a plane to Guatemala this week to reunite her with her dad. He was told about her return thirty minutes before her arrival. He lives eight hours from the airport volunteers not the US. Government are still working feverishly to track down deported parents so they can be reunited with their children. And while Trump still pines for his great wall working together thirties in the US and Mexico have discovered a way around the wall was already under construction. It's a tunnel setup by drug smugglers, complete with a railcar track and lighting and ventilation that our solar powered the tunnel was first discovered by Mexican police, two hundred feet south of the border. In Baja California, you can tunnel under a wall Trump wants wished for a see through wall. So Americans could avoid being hit on the head by the bales of drugs being thrown over the top by drug smugglers. Trump's trade war is also failing. China's trade surplus grew at a record high last month. Despite Trump's claim is trade war would turn things around that trade wars are easy to win quoting one, communist. The exact opposite of what the Trump administration had been planning. Not only that combined with the fed raising interest rates. Trump's trade war is part of the reason the Dow lost over eight hundred points last Wednesday, and then another five hundred fifty points the next day sending 401K investors into ulcer territory. The market has since recovered most of your losses. But the president who's bragged about soaring stock market prices may be learning that the market may not be the best way for a president to measure their progress and higher prices for imported merchandise are headed this way. Also boy eaten by bird why you should eat more beans Canadian, we'd and what is wrong with people in the third and final segment. Up next. It's crazy even though we know how important it is to have life insurance. A third of still don't have it mainly because it's complicated and boring. How do you shop for the best deal of the best policy for you? Where do you start? Who do you trust the new Yona research? That sounds risky and still boring unless unless you go to policy genius dot com, even if you don't know Jack about insurance policy, genius dot com. Guide you to the policy that's right for you and doesn't like two minutes policy. Genius dot com. 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Hurricane Trump has said no to ninety nine percent of the money that North Carolina's requested after it endured nearly five billion dollars in damages, North Carolina was asking the nation to cover one fifth of that cost. And Trump's Whitehouse's essentially told North Carolina to drop dead. The state's governor wrote Trump to say he was in shock and disappointment as the governors of both Witter Rico, North Carolina can tell you now you will get no help from Trump as the weather gets more deadly. This will come as. Pressing news to the victims of the deadly and devastating floods now in central Texas and to the Florida victims of hurricane Michael. A week after that deadly storm. Thousands of people in northern Florida are still without electricity and thousands of them will be without it or clean running water for perhaps a couple of months. The rest of the country can expect higher prices on cotton products and cons as well as other southern agricultural crops. Once the wind and the rain died down, Trump allowed an interview by sixty minutes correspondent and veteran reporter Lesley Stahl. He told her he no longer believes that climate change is a hoax. I think something's happening. Something's changing, said draw batting and it'll change back. It made clear that Trump's still does not believe in manmade. Climate change arguing that the change is part of a natural cycle them that quote, it'll change back and he's opposed to spending the trillions of dollars. He says it would cost to meet the goals of the Paris climate accord as for the science quoting Trump, you'd have to show me the scientists because they have a very big political agenda. Affectively telling his base science bad. Well, actually telling them it'll change back. So how's the rest of the world doing when it comes to the goals set by the Paris climate accord? Not so well, realizing that all nations are not part of the agreement. The vast majority of the world's countries including the US and Canada fall into the insufficient, highly insufficient or critically insufficient categories. The US shares dirtiest nation status with Russia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and Ukraine, Canada avoided the critical rating and landed highly insufficient. Instead along with China, Japan, South Africa, and a host of South American countries. Mexico scored better sharing. It's insufficient rating with the EU Australia, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, and the United Arab Emirates, Costa Rica, Ethiopia, India, and the. Philippines are among the countries that hit the Paris accords to degree goal, but only two countries hit the new goal of keeping global warming to under one and a half degrees. The winners are the Gambia and Morocco. We still have a lot of work to do and tick talk. What can individuals do to slow and stop our March to disaster as hard as it is to hear. Our stakes need to be rare, not cooked rare. We need to eat them rarely, as in just on very special occasions. Scientists say, we need to drastically cut back on our intake of beef, another red meat's to make any real progress against local warming. They say we need to reduce our beef consumption by ninety percent and wait for it. Eat more beans. Five times more beings rainforests continue to be flattened into grazing land for cattle to feed the world hunger for hamburgers. If you want to know the one thing people can do to help scientists say it's eat less meat. And while the world now has a lot more cows, other animals are dying off and becoming extinct. A new report says, humans are now driving mammals to extinction and rates that are much faster than ever Lucien the earth's last mass extinction was two hundred one million years ago caused by natural disaster. Not man, scientists say this means we're expecting to see so many extinctions over the next fifty years that it would take three to five million years just to return to today's numbers and five to seven years to a back where it was since the spread of humanity before the spread of humanity. If they had newspapers. One hundred fifteen thousand years ago. The headline might have read boy eaten by bird, anthropologist at Washington University in St Louis have confirmed that the recently found bones of a boy about six years old show signs of being digested by a. Bird a very large bird naturally one hundred fifteen thousand years ago. These days, children are dying from very preventable thing. The flu, the very first child death of the season was that of another wise healthy little girl whose parents didn't get her vaccinated of the one hundred eighty three children who died from last year's flu. Roughly eighty percent of them had not been vaccinated. Parents say their main reason is the belief. The flu shot can give a person the flu that was true years and years ago, but not recently since only dead viruses us now to boost your immune system, not alive virus. Anti vaccination websites argued that people have died from the flu shot, which is misleading. Those who did die in the past had egg allergies, and the vaccines were being grown in egg protein. They died of an allergic reaction, not from the flu vaccine. Today's vaccine has no egg no egg and no live virus these days. Nobody dies or even gets the flu from the flu shot. Spread the word, not the flu more than one in four parents. Incorrectly believes the flu vaccine causes autism. And nearly a third of parents think the flu shot is some kind of government conspiracy. The number of kids not getting all their kids. Shots has quadrupled in the past sixteen years for many of the same reasons. You just heard about the flu shot. Good news for the kids. The flu fighting nasal spray is back this year stronger and more effective than the first version and still no needles that polio like illness, acute flaccid, myositis as now spread to twenty. Two of our fifty states there are now at least sixty two confirmed cases and more than twice that many suspected cases it striking the respiratory systems of four and five year olds. So far, none have died while health officials scrambled to deal with his outbreak. Doctors recommend a lot of handwashing, avoiding insect repellent on the kids and staying up to date on their childhood vaccinations. The CDC's our, the new salmonella warning it as a drug resistant strain. The bacteria in raw chicken has sickened nearly one hundred people in twenty nine states and they do not yet know the source of the contamination. Gun violence. There wasn't any over the weekend in New York. The city that never sleeps went the entire weekend without anyone getting shot for the first time in twenty five years. Canada is now though I major world economy to legalize recreational marijuana, and it's likely to change a lot about Canada. There will be major economic effects, but also social and cultural changes, Canada on Wednesday was reminiscent of that in the US at the end of alcohol prohibition more than eighty years ago as a twenty nine year old male told the New York Times candidate is once again, a progressive global leader. We have gay rights feminism, abortion rights, and now we can smoke pot without worrying police are going to arrest us. Although Canadians cannot use in public and they must be adult. They are allowed to possess carry and share with others enough weed roll about five dozen old school joints. They're also now allowed to grow up to four marijuana plants per household. In some provinces, the legalisation of edibles is still year away. Canada's medical marijuana. Law doesn't change. The Canadian government is also pardoning most of. Those convicted for what is now legal last year before legalization about five million Canadians spent nearly six billion dollars on marijuana. The legal kind is less expensive. Nice guys finish last when it comes to money. A new study finds that people who are truly nice are at a higher risk for bankruptcy and other financial crises. The study in the journal of personality and social psychology concludes they just don't value money as much as other people do. The study shows that people who are nice, have lower credit scores and earn less money. The study found correlation but not a cause and effect. Donald Trump has prevailed so far in the lawsuit filed against him by Stephanie Clifford, better known as stormy Daniels Daniels lawyer. Michael, have an ATI says, the federal judges decision will be appealed Daniels suing Trump for defaming our character by festively calling your Aligarh after she claimed she'd had a one night stand, withdraw. Trump and that she had been threatened not to talk about it. We now know that despite Trump's denials, he paid the hush money to keep her quiet. Still a federal judge has thrown out Daniels case and for now, Donald Trump has prevailed over stormy and Michael Abernathy and Trump did it with another sexist insult. Calling his Daniels horseface, a Ryan Gosling movie about the first man on the moon wasn't the hit. It was expected to be in. It's opening weekend, will orbit back to that a comic book hero was North America's first choice this week with venom, pulling in another thirty, six million. A star is born sold twenty eight million in tickets in its second week for second place, Ryan goslings. I man opened in third place with a comparatively anemic. Sixteen million universal spent nearly as much to promote versed man as universal, spent making the movie and universal needs to. More than triple. It's total ticket sales so far to even cover the expenses. First man's gotten mediocre reviews from audiences, but rave reviews from critics. So naturally, it's got Oscar buzz. A similar, but worse fate for bad times of the El royale with Jeff bridges Jon Hamm and Dakota Johnson for preview tickets and showtimes near you. Please go through my fan dangle link at buzzed Burbank dot com. MGM has teamed up with WalMart MGM's hopping on the voodoo bandwagon. That's view d, you MGM will now make shows for new including a remake of the nineteen eighties comedy. Mr. mom, WalMart hopes to pick up more shows from other companies for its voodoo streaming service voodoo started when Netflix was a much smaller operation. Netflix grew voodoo did not WalMart's hoping this time will be different, although it won't be able to reach as many people as Amazon prime video which comes as a perk, Amazon prime membership. In case you've been skipping your podcast. Commercials are passing and passages. Segment this week has to begin with Sears teetering on extinction. After a successful run that began shortly after the civil war when Sears sold railroad watches over the years, Sears has sold houses and cars and tombstones, and when it was legal, cocaine, and opium Sears has everything was the slogan. It was Amazon before the internet. It's where America bought its tires and appliances, furniture and clothing, and those great craftsmen tools Sears began to die when it lost its focus and sold off assets to acquire spin off businesses, including AllState insurance and Coldwell Banker realty prodigy internet discover cards. And then it's merger with k. mart and while Sears wasn't paying attention, the internet arrived, oh, Sears had a website but never made any headway with it. Never did anything with it. Sears didn't change even as the times did quoting a lift driver. I just don't understand the point of Sears. After one hundred twenty five years, Sears has now filed for bankruptcy and announced the closing of another one hundred forty two stores. We also learned this week of the passing of Microsoft co-founder, Paul Allen. He died at home in Seattle from complications with non Hodgkin's lymphoma at age sixty five Allen was a billionaire investor and entrepreneur, but he was also a great philanthropist Allen not only co-founded Microsoft with Bill Gates in nineteen seventy five. It was Allen who came up with the name, Microsoft short for software for small computers. Also found dead this week, a politician from reality TV. This may be the second most bizarre story of the week, Republican, Nevada State assembly candidate and whorehouse owner. Dennis Hof was found dead at one of his establishments. The sheriff says, Hof died in his sleep at the love ranch in crystal Nevada. The sheriff says, there's no reason to suspect foul play, but that there would be an autopsy. Hops body was found by a friend of former porn star known as the hedgehog Ron, Jeremy. Jeremy says he was waking Dennis because they had a meeting in Peru up the night before Dennis Hof and Ron. Jeremy were appearing with disgraced, former share of Joe Arpaio who got pardoned by Trump last year. It said he shared Trump's political views. Hoff who started out in bicycle rentals and gas stations went on to become the nation's most famous pimp with a reality show on HBO. Called cat house. We do not yet know if he is survived by any of his family members. Amy wine house is going on a worldwide tour next year. As a hologram. Previous hologram tours have featured ROY orbison, Maria Callas, Billie holiday and to Paktia core of coming soon a tour by the late Frank Zappa and this passage to note Mr. Caroll Spinney is leaving his job of the past fifty years as the voice and co puppeteer of big bird and Oscar, the grouch on Sesame Street for fifty years Spinneys been speaking to octaves higher as the big yellow bird. That's as much of a trademark is his beloved. He had met Jim Henson at a puppet festival in eighteen sixty two at Henson told him about the bird and the grouch who would live in a trash can as Carol spinning out older big bird got younger transformed from doofus adult to a sweet eager to learn six year old quoting Spinney who's now retiring at eighty four big bird helped me find my purpose. By the way, the woman who bought the Bank see painting for nearly one and a half million dollars only to watch it shred. It's lower-half before her eyes has decided to keep the painting. The artists never wanted the acrylic painting to be auction. So he built a frame for it with a remote controlled shredder and set it off as soon as the auction gavel was whacked as predicted here. The paintings value is already increasing with its tails dangling soon in London galleries this month. It is now a new kind of art and is expected to keep increasing in value. Oh, and more banks York's going up for auction next month. The value of those pieces is also increasing as the world wonders. If the next two we'll shred itself or explode Bank z. has now pulled off pranks at the Liuw the British Museum, the museum of modern art and the Smithsonian's natural history museum. So stay tuned police in the northern California town of heads. Berg are ready to bring the hammer. On whoever stole the town's gigantic hammer. It's a sculpture of a ball Pene hammer with a wooden handle that's twenty feet long and weighs one thousand pounds, and somebody's stolen it more like eight people probably which is what police estimated it would take to lift the thing or with a winch into a flatbed truck. Anyway, it wasn't mean easy theft, and you know how people are about borrowing tools city officials in lovely Savannah. Georgia were fighting mad when they discovered someone had put googly eyes on the statue of a revolutionary war hero, Nathaniel Greene, who happens to be buried in the town square, not the civil war mind you, but the war for independence from Britain. The revolutionary war still city officials may have overreacted. The googly eyes did no damage to the statue whatsoever. They were stick on. They they peeled right off, which is all the city needed to do in the first place. Instead of posting a photo online, went viral along with. Threat to arrest the perpetrator. If we didn't do anything said a police spokesman. This thing could get out of hand. Indeed, as one Facebook or put it, you realize you just dared your entire city, the googly eyes, all your monuments, right. Adding just pick off the is and move on. Some things are better off in museums and better still if the museum is far far away in Switzerland, they're about to open the disgusting food museum. Many of these things smell worse than they sound or look for mental, shark meat bowl, Pena's bird's nest soup and larvae roasted Guinea pig and maggot cheese. The museum set to open October twenty ninth. It was founded by the same aunt who brought Sweden, it's museum of failure. Sam crumbs. Tomato plant isn't disgusting. It's amazing Mr.. Crom of bloomsburg, Pennsylvania has a tomato plant that is grown in just five months to a height of twenty two feet. It's not a record center. The tallest tomato plant on record grew to sixty five feet in England, still twenty two feet is amazing. For tomato plant crumbs says it must be the fertilizer that he mixed up himself at now regrets. It just grew and grew and grew. He says, adding my kids are just sick of eating tomatoes. Walnuts is how a Pakistani man got into the Guinness Book of world records thirty two year old Muhammad Rashid seem cracked two hundred forty three walnuts with his head in one minute that's using your head. Halloween is coming and in the Florida Keys scuba divers competed this week in the annual underwater pumpkin, carving contest knives and air hoses, what could possibly go wrong. The pumpkins were to be carved on the white sand thirty feet below the surface of the water at the Florida Keys national marine sanctuary, the divers who drawn the patterns in advance descended with their pumpkins through that Clearwater to start cutting. This is not easy since the darn pumpkins. Wanna float fourteen and sixteen year old brothers were the first surface with their finished works featuring a Half Moon and Adolfo in as the winners. They get a free trip to a dive resort. Grapes are the featured item in the high. Away spill of the week in flag City, California, Friday, a semi overturned and spilled its load of grape pulp which is used for making jams jellies juices and more. The driver got only minor injuries. He's fine. Although smashed grapes became a traffic jam from our what is wrong with people department in Hackensack New Jersey, someone gassing up their car pulled away from the pump while gasoline was still being pumped. The driver must have heard the sound. The nozzle was yanked out of the car. It isn't clear if the driver knows that the pump on their departure burst into flames. What is wrong with people? And finally, with all we have been through the old joke about cops and doughnuts feels blessed funny these days. The story is different mostly outside of crispy cream and Lake City. Florida. Someone stole the crispy cream truck. The police were all over this, but it was the. Clearwater police who found the truck three hundred miles from where the official driver had parked it police have not found the thief, but with crispy creams, grateful permission, they gave the donuts to a group that feeds the homeless. Of course, they did eat some of the doughnuts themselves, so apparently had jokes not dead after all. I've Burhan thanks for listening supporting by sponsored buzz, Burbank dot com. I'll be back next Thursday with another buzzed Burbank news and comment. Preceding presentation was brought to you by the realm network.

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