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Ep. 203 | A Bad Brexit Deal & Real Pro-Life Stats | Guest: Chad Prather
"Hey, I'm Sarah Gonzales to the news. And why it matters. Mr. Glenn Beck was the top story for you today. Brexit, lots of choices. But Brexit, I think all right. So I was thinking we should let babies live and. I'm not the only one thinks that which is interesting shocking such mainstream media actually who. Knows who you are without a hat put the hat on forty six years old. I'm still trying to figure out who I offer a reason because I have two top stories. I'm not going to reveal the main one yet the hat will come into that later on. But I want to talk about this potentially delaying or even not doing the state of the union address S adjusted by Nancy Pelosi, all Nance got a lot to get into a lot there. I'm sorry. She's full of ideas. She is all right before we get into that one. I think our sponsor radio on. So I used to always just like starve myself because it was the only way that I knew to maintain a healthy weight. 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We're getting strong on border patrol, and we could trust them to actually send the border patrol the next president comes in. They don't take them out. We don't believe that anymore. So we want a permanent fixture and that monument really is they're not as a monument to say everybody stay out that is a monument of we don't trust the people in Washington. That's my opinion. You're seeing this. We're having this debate on how many things the government can do where they lied to us. We're going to take and we're going to repeal ObamaCare. He had no intention doing that. We're gonna build the border wall. They had intention of doing that. Maybe the president did. But nobody in, you know, be GOP did Brexit. You know, let's give it to the people of oaks winking, Vince in there, a bunch of dumb suckers, the dumb sucker said, you know, what we don't wanna part of Brexit. They freaked out. They were not prepared. They never thought that the people would be dumb enough to leave the European Union. They're not interested in leaving the European Union. And the people said they are the people were against what Theresa May was proposing yesterday if I were British I wouldn't have taken it it it wasn't an exit. It was like I will give you a couple of crumbs off the table. But nothing really you're still in the European Union. We'll tell you what to do. No way. Would I do that? We're dealing with England's dealing with the French or dealing with it Germans are dealing with everyone. So that's the first thing this is the western world under attack, and it is not under attack by outside forces. It's under attack bite arrogant politicians who just think they know better. It's progressivism the second part of this that I find interesting, and this part is frightening because it plays off of the first one in a conversation. I had with Daniel Hannan today. Now Hanan is the guy who pretty much would say he's kinda like the architect of Brexit. He's the guy who really got it done. He said something really frightening in the last forty seconds of our interview. And then we had to go. And he said I said, so what do you think's coming next? And he said, well, I think we're gonna have a hard exit which will be good and that comes in March. Now, they're talking about delaying it, I think it will be delayed, but we'll see. And he said the real problem is is that there are people not in America, not necessarily in London. But in Brussels, there are people that in Brussels in the that would rather see the entire continent. Go down in flames than e than the EU broken up and England leave and it'd be successful. Would maybe think of is an episode that we did on Monday where I show this time line and show the timeline after World War for World War Two the United Nations, then falls of union everything else. And I showed you how things were going in that what they tried to build was a financial world. They weren't building a better tomorrow more peaceful tomorrow for any other reason other than business the banks were involved, you can be outside of the international community when George Bush said there's a new world order, he meant it. It was a financial order and nothing's going to drill that in fact when it derailed itself because it doesn't work when it derailed itself in two thousand eight what did they do? They bailed about it can't fail now same thing. And I just fear that there are enough people at the highest levels who will not allow the. People in Europe to get what they want. And you know, I think it'd be interesting to watch what happens in Europe before Brexit, if they're going to our hard exit just watch culturally, politically, economically, everything if you'll watch what's going on in Europe. Typically, you'll see what's going to happen in the United States twenty years later, we've seen that over and over again take twenty and these days, it's not gonna take twenty years because things have sped up to the point of almost the speed of fought people aren't they're not listening to the people. You're gonna see it implode. You're watching implosion. You're watching this thing fall apart, and it it's we're seeing it right here. I don't think that Barack Obama was kidding? When he talked about fundamentally changing America this. This was the plan all along financially economically, politically, it is is a power and let me say this. That's such an interesting point when he said fundamental transformation was bomber. Brooke Obama was selected. Barack Obama was was found. To be the right person to push this agenda. And the reason why say that is if you remember tarp came out, and you remember Stewart, we were standing in the kitchen in New York City, and that and that Bill literally we printed out was this tall. And it was the first month of the Obama administration. And I said who did this who wrote this? How long have you been working on stimulus right now in the bushes stimulus so stimulus? It was literally this tall. You don't just put that together in two months time, you that something like, for instance, the Patriot Act most people think the Patriot Act was written after nine eleven it was it was written. I think two or three years before nine eleven just waiting for the opportunity. What you said earlier. It was a great point when you mentioned ObamaCare. Obamacare is a perfect example microcosm of the whole thing. If Republicans really thought that in eight years, they would have the opportunity to repeal ObamaCare they had eight years of Obama's administration to come up with a plan when the time came they did they had nothing and now they're scrambling. Scrambling tramway they couldn't put together a plan that made sense that in and of itself is a telling sign of everything else that they're trying to do because they're not they have no anticipation of ever giving that power built this thing. And that's what they expect it to be. I truly believe that the only solution for Great Britain is if they yell at each other more in Parliament, I loved them. I think if they just interrupted each other and. I look. Great awesome. Can we play that a brawl pub? Yeah. All right. Oh. Need a more. Please. This the is to the right two hundred to the nose to the left full hundred and thirty two. Expect the white week just chair four hundred thirty two. So the news eight the nose heavy. How is that a country? I love it just they're not throwing chairs and punching each other. It is so strange that this is the stick up your butt country of England, except when they go to parliament all of a sudden, they just like it's an how. Take on bass. And we're we're the exact opposite. We're just like our guts are hanging out the day. And then we go to wash. Remember, the guy said you lie to a bomb on they actually said certain Manhattan house because of yeah. It's like you're yelling, you know, Europe passed. I mean it you'll. All right. I wanna move onto you said that that Americans do think that babies should live parents Lee, which kind of surprised me, I think the media makes you think that this is a a split issue between pro-life pro-choice within above that. It's actually worse than that. Because it's really the real true minds out. There are pro choice, but I really think pro choice and pro life don't really tell the story at all. And I think it's important to look at like the different parts of this. Because, you know, some people believe it's abortion should be allowed in certain circumstances. And you know, kind of goes the other way. So yes, I asked one thing before because we talked about the sun radio. And I want to get I want to before we get to the stats. I wanna know consider yourself for life -absolutely. Okay. Consider yourself pro-life. I consider myself life you do too. Yes. I want you to define that in a minute. Okay. So let's start at the bottom here. This is the most restrictive idea on abortion should never be permitted under any circumstances. It's ten percent of overall adults twenty four percent of pro-lifers and oddly one percent of pro choicers who believe it should never be allowed. Which is. I don't. Group of people. Are you never should be permitted under any circumstance are, you know, are you? I will say that. You're like me you want to be the next one is I think there's a difference here. So let's do the next one. And then we'll answer this because the next one is only to save the life of the mother, which is another ten percent. So you have to twenty percent here. Again, another twenty two percent of her life. Again, one percent pro choice again, you're. Your brother? Hi, kind of at this point, Glenn I count these two categories together. Because of what we talked about earlier on radio, which is really at this point with medical science. There's no reason to have anyone the mother mother is not really this data gory exist anymore. So I think it's twenty percent or basically saying it should ever happen. I do consider myself in that category. That's not necessarily typical Republican view, George rape, incest. And I do think that that's wrong. I do too. But I can't bring same. But I can't dictate that to someone who has gone through that. Right. I can't do not think that two wrongs make a right? However, I think that does have to be left up to the. Mother this horrible thing because it's murder. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. But I mean, and I know I'm going to answer for it. See I have friends who are products of right? So I look at them. And I say glad you weren't aborted. And I would let a person out of that. But I can't dictate that. So I think it's different where you're having a possibility of trading one life for another and there's a decision to make I think in a way, and I I bring this up gently as I kind of worked myself. As I've worked myself through this particular issue, the if it's a life, and you think it's a life. I find it hard to say, well, then we have to let someone shoes whether that shoes I agree should live. And I think it's the same argument that someone who's pro choice makes which is look they're just taking Etta different line. If the if your opposition to abortion is because it's a life. I don't think you can limit it, their at least in my opinion. And I know I'm not in the majority to agree. I do agree with morally, I agree with you motionlessly. I can't inflict my point of view on. If my daughter was horribly raped, and she came to the house, and I'd I'd say to her I would I would it would kill me to ask because I'd be afraid of the answer. Honey. What do you wanna do dad? I want to have an abortion. I would say. Honey. Let me give you some examples of people that you know, that that's but that's up to you. I would have to do that. Now. How could I inflict my point of view on other people? When when I know what's right? But I just don't see myself doing it with my daughter. I can't right? Can I clarify or perhaps make sure that everyone can clarify? I don't think that it should just be left up to them for forever. I think there's a very small window where they should be allowed to do. It's not just like it's not like. Yeah. Right. The child. It's right away. Yes. One thing. I think that conservatives have done poorly in the abortion debate have talked about how like, you know, look you had a choice to be made before you had sex. You live. And I think they say something like, well, look just have the baby and give it up for adoption. And I think that takes a minimizes I think what a frigging experience that would be like to go through for a woman. It's absolutely imagine. Now elevate that to a rape or incest case where it would be the most horrific experience, you can possibly imagine. The only one I can put pass it is killing something right like, and we have to I think horrible horrible options here. However, the ending alive to me has to be elevated above even the the really terrible thing that women would have to go through. I understand again. I'm totally in the minority on that one. But that is how I thought it out. That's why we also look at people at the end of life, and I don't agree with physician assisted suicide. I don't because I think it will be used to thin the herd and all kinds of things. However. I'm not a near situation, and I might get in your situation. And I may say an I been in the situation where I'm in so much pain. I can't imagine another day. And I would hope that I would be around enough loving people. Go you're gonna make it you're gonna make. But if I have stage four cancer, I know I'm going to die, and I am just in excruciating pain, and I can't take it anymore. I don't I hope that I say life is precious. But I might not right. But again, that's someone making a choice about themselves. I know I know major separation, but we're just looking at horrible instances trying to keep talking now. Okay. You're gonna take a break you talking. Statistics. Get back into the conversation. Wanna thank our sponsor American financing. And I'm sorry. We don't have Jeff use over to to say on this show. But just do the molest one eight two three three four. W dot. 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I don't want to get back into this the chart a little bit sidetracked. But if I could see the charter about Bobby twenty percent of basically, the most restrictive things only like to say, the mother should never be permitted under any circumstances. Only in cases of rape, incest, the mother, that's basically the George W Bush position, right? I would say that's the prototypical Republican position to allow it. In those cases, another twenty eight percent. So look at that you're already at forty eight percent of the people and again, seventy percent of people who consider themselves pro choice consider themselves there, which is George W Bush, which is a pretty pretty significant number forty eight percent of the total population. Forty two percent of pro choice people. Yeah. I mean, pretty don't consider that. I mean, that's not pro choice. Pro choices. I'm cool with it. All right. That's how I was typically more define it. Now only during the first three months of pregnancy. If you see that that number another twenty seven percent of adults. It's forty two percent of pro choice. People. Most people who are pro choice are thinking I three months or more restrictive will remind you that Roe versus Wade outlined of first trimester only policy that is a combination of those four groups of seventy five percent of the population. Which is pretty freaking significant. Now, remember Democrats say all the way into birth. And if you go on to the second trimester, you only only another nine percent. They're only fourteen percent of pro choice people even see themselves there. And finally at anytime only only a quarter of pro choice. People say what the democratic position is which is available to women anytime during pregnancy. And it's only fifteen percent of adults. This is not a close issue. This debate is essentially on the lines of win. For example, the really restrictive abortion bills that are going around. States are trying to restrict abortion at twenty weeks. Which is Secondly, basically second trimester that you're talking about eighty percent of people who oppose that anything past twenty weeks. And it's taught to us in the media like it's this big restrictive measure against months feelings at that point the child can feel pain in here can feel that's you're reading to your baby in the womb. I mean, you know, they feel every every bit of it. That's when you are. That's when you are truly killing and since we've gone to killing babies for so long. I'm hoping Chad will bring the room up a little bit with. I will just say I'm encouraged the numbers with that. Because let's face it. People are choosing statistically over the last few years. The number show people are choosing to have their babies in that includes single mothers young mothers things like that. It's still problem. But what you know? Is cuomo? Governor Cuomo is going for a law. He said, I will not sign the state budget unless you give unless you make it law that all abortions happen all the way up until birth. So he's only with the fourteen fifteen fifteen percent of Americans and he's not being called extreme. He's holding back the government spending in New York. Trump is saying Trump saying forget the wall he said, you can call it a fence wall, whatever we just have to secure the border. That's not extreme. It's only extreme in Washington DC and extreme in the media centers extreme is Cuomo has one of the definitions of extremism more time for that last poll real quick if show one knows the top line two percent of pro-lifers think it should be available to women during pregnancy at any point that are these people myth. My cousin. I know chatty said that you have a big announcement that you're about to reveal. We're gonna take a break and keep you guys waiting. Well. All right, Chad. I know you said you tease this yesterday. You've got a big announcement. And I think we have a video can I just play the video shoot. Okay. All right. Let's just roll the video. There you go. Well, you didn't join the class. Is there it is? You've been saying all along, and you know, what we've been keeping it a secret. We've we've dropped little crumbs along the way let them know we were coming but humor me with Chad pray premiers on blaze TV on January thirtieth. We talked about this thing for about a year of trying to trying to figure out how we could do it. So the beauty of this show is not only are we moving our podcast over here. But we're doing a whole new show. This humor me is basically an opportunity for folks to come be a fly on the wall as we're on the road visiting with celebrities talking about topics each episode on the bus in the airport going around, and we've got some incredible sketch characters that I do that are pretty silly. And a lot of fun. But it get it's thought with humor. And I think we're going to have to we're gonna fill some here too. And we've also we've got big plans for podcast, but I'm excited about this show. Thank you. Everybody's so gracious overtime. tVcom watch cab. Get up next enjoy bonus overtime content from the news in why it matters available exclusively for podcast listeners and blaze TV subscribers not a subscriber. Start your free trial at blaze, TV dot com. All right before we get into Nancy Pelosi and her amazing ideas. Wanna thank our sponsor brickhouse. So most of you are familiar with this lovely cauliflower and broccoli that. We joke about on the table. No. That's not really what it is. But it would be really really moldy. If that's truly what it was. But you look at something. That's it's a plate of green stuff. And I think the average American is like pass. I don't want that. Okay. So you're not getting your vegetables. You're not getting your nutrition, you could get scurvy or something. I dunno. 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So there are things like diminished responsibilities homeland security in in the secret service in various various other things they say it's being a drag on the economy, much more. So than was then -ticipant did. Of course, they're going to say those things, but Nancy's ideas of Mr President delay the state of the union address because I it's funny to me that Nancy Pelosi who is the reason we're in the middle of a gut government shutdown is over border security, but yet she's concerned about security by not having homeland security in place in the secret service, which is it are you four security. Or not for security. I don't I don't get it. But what's the solution? Trump being Trump is probably going to push forward and go ahead and say show up if you wanna show up I was talking to Jeffey earlier sorry brain trust. I mean, it was we put our heads together. Sounds like a bowling alley. But I'm telling you, great ideas were formed that he brought up a great point. He said, you know, do it from the Oval Office. You could do it to what the president used to it. And that's just write it out. Yeah. Right. It out and put it out. I mean, it's the state of the union. I think that the state of the union maybe a little bit surprisingly better off than a lot of folks want to admit, especially on the underside. But it'll be interesting to see I think that they're going to do everything they can to stop that communication from happening. They're going to do everything they can do you think it's because they're worried that he can. Can use it as an opportunity for good optics for him and bad optics for them. They've already got the fact chicks written out before he ever gives the speech. We know that the mainstream media is never gonna let you know. It's amazing. These the way they spin it in everything that he does. I mean, we had we had a response the other day after he gave an Oval Office speech just doesn't happen. So yes, I think it's about the optics. What's it gonna look like, you know, the president's going to stand up and say, yes, we're in the middle of this. It's a crisis. I'm telling you, this is what we've gotta do. But the country by and large in good shape. You know, folks, aren't I tell people all the time on social media? They always say, you know, we hate Trump Trump's done this and Trump's and tell me how your life has changed in the last two and a half years. How has your life really gone downhill and become dismal in the last two and a half years of the Trump presidency? Tell me how it's affected, you know, one has an answer for that. They're just triggered by the idea of what could. Yeah. Point well, left people are unemployed right stork low for minorities. He's putting more women. I mean, I had a guy that today who had a discussion about feminism he said, he said, you know, this this fiasco this show of Donald Trump's administration. He's brought women down. He's put more women in high places of administration power and leadership than any other president history. Yeah. Now, the horses comment from whole CIA's now run by women which has never happened before. I do like the state of the union thing. I mean, the constitution calls for you know, what is it says, basically occasional updates of from the president about the state of the union, but it doesn't have to be annually. It was started as a letter. And honestly, like, I wouldn't mind going back there and having that be the way it is. This is one of those things where like Democrats are only suggesting it because they don't like Donald Trump. Of course, they don't care. They love the state of the union because it elevates the executive branch to this level where everyone has to stop doing what they're doing and tune in and find out what's going on. And it's like I actually would like the executive power to be less of our focus. I don't know how it could be more. When I look at CNN and MSNBC how possibly think about the president anymore than they already do. But I wouldn't mind this going back to being a letter like we don't need to. It's like we were talking with Great Britain. It's there's there's the pomp and circumstance there we have a little bit too much of this here. I think at times with the president in particular, not just this president. But every president Charles w cook, I think it was national. View made this case several years ago about what the union was intended to be what it's become. And I think it's a good argument. I I would love it. If Trump was like, you know, what fine good. I'm not doing it. All right. A letter. And we'll see in another year. Think what you're saying is you're not excited to our state of the union coverage for our coverage. We're going to do. Now, I'm going to be a part of this of this. I'm going to reveal I used to look forward to watching the state of the union one of the things that I liked and enjoyed watching was the entrance of the president. You know, everybody stands up there's handshaking, and there's there's this. And there's the whispers what did he say to? So. And so, and it was a nonpartisan bipartisan show that it was, you know, we're still Americans. You don't have that anymore now. Now, you have Chuck Chuck and Nancy who are looking over the shoulder who's clapping. How dare you? We told you get back in place, and that's disappointing to watch. And I'm okay to not see that you know, because. Let's face it. It's gotten to a point where now we're in this dynamic of personality in you know. You know, it's just an assassination on the part of our leadership. And I'm with you this focus on the executive is got to diminish. It's got to come back down to folks who are working together who getting things done in in passing laws in making things happen. I think he tweets the whole thing tweak the whole like five hundred just go free show. And then we could talk about after he's done with his tweets. I'm okay without hurston that we're gonna get the night off if they canceled. This thing you do understand. I like doing this. I think the president should have a whole fireside tweets. And because it's like a laser pointer to catch the mainstream media all over the place, climbing the walls trying to see, you know, and here's the president. He's in the bathroom at three AM. And he just bug him. You know? So I think it'd be a great little state of the union thing, we just put all the points. We'd actually spoof that hilarious any skiing of Trump got jokes. I don't know if you guys know those got jokes. Yes. And he he does have the best Joe fabulous jokes. Everything is the best and he caught some waves with with his joke about bringing the Clemson football team, the big Macs. And so let's let's watch his joke. And then I'm gonna I'm gonna ask you some questions, and then we're going to watch the reaction by CNN. Look ahead of choice. Do we have no food for you? Because we have shut down. What do we give you some little quick salads that the first lady will make along with along with the second lady, they'll make some salads. And I said you guys are on the salads. Or do I go out, Lindsey Graham, and Tim Scott? Do I go out and send out for about one thousand? Hamburgers. Funny. Right. Don't like salad or I they. Okay. They might wanna make you guys salad. But I know you guys don't like salads your big athletes. You want the big Macs? You want the burger right harmless? See anything to take offense to have it into. I have not seen the CNN thing yet. But I do have a guess as to where they would go, but I have to reach really really have to have to pay it. Just try to find something there. You're gonna love the reaction by CNN watch calling. It seems to me like the president will not be happy until there is not one single female Republican voter in the country. It's incredibly sexist it. Also, I mean, I don't know why I'm stuck on this. But von Ivana Ivanka is not the second lady. She is actually I don't think she deserves this position. She's actually a senior adviser to the president. So the idea that he would demean her specifically in that way. He shouldn't talk about the first lady that way, we aren't all here to make. Salads for men discussed. I'm presuming he was talking about Karen pants when he said Secondly, I'm sorry doing. But I mean, I mean, I mean, Scott that's crazy one of those things where sometimes what people say when they're being funny exposes exactly who they are supposed exactly who he was that sexist pig. How dare he joke about his wife making a salad? Do I mean? That's all. I mean, this this fine salad was made by the first lady Milan sprinkled a little bit of her cultural essence love it. Beautiful say anything. I mean, you can't say anything someone saying that he's sexist or he's racist. Or he's misogynistic. He can't say anything. Right. And this is where I feel like there is this distinction between negative coverage about Trump. There's of course, every CNN's gonna hate every Republican president, no matter what they hate. I mean, they hated George W Bush forget how passionate they were about it. But there's a different level with Trump. It's not necessarily because they hate him. It's because they're obsessed with him. They can't stop thinking about him. All the time. Every story they do turns back to Trump. No matter what it's about. Listen to the gymnastics they do to bend themselves backwards to get to Trump from unrelated stories is incredible. Because they are really obsessed with. Another speaking of a obsessed with a man they're pretty obsessed with about. Oh, I'm sorry. Robert Francis cardinal of this show is never call him. But. Friendship or Bob Frank, Bob Frank Bob Grandcourt, what's going on with them. So well thought this is pretty interesting. He did this little thing where he was at his dentist. Remember this? And he and he's he's basically trying to be absolutely insufferable suffer -able. He's trying to be basically the candidate from season four of house of cards that was running against Frank Underwood where he's just like filming himself everywhere. And this shows that he's young and hip, and he understands Instagram or whatever. And so I've noticed this like ridiculous defense coming after him filming himself at the dentist like as he's getting his teeth cleaned did not go over so well with people people just thought it was pandering stupid which way. Can I interrupt you for a second? I think he was key got the idea from Makasi. Oh Cortes because she started. She's the one who I started doing that. And she would be in her kitchen making. Warren is right more and having a bible, say Barnes didn't go. But a quartet seems to be able to write. I'm totally cool. I could turn on Instagram and it'd be natural. I will say predating that is house of cards season four haven't watched it. But the I noticed it wasn't just like people people made fun of him because of the dentist thing. And then it kind of went away. And then I noticed it kept coming back and a lot of media sources defending Beddoe for for doing this and saying it didn't happen. And I'm like, well, I saw the footage. What do you mean? It didn't happen. And so here's an example of this. I mean, there's a lot of organizations that have done this. No O'Rourke did not livestream teeth cleaning on Instagram. This is how online myth start and they're getting harder to counter with when these posts disappear after twenty four hours. So so basically, so here's the actual clipped. We have the actual video. I think we do. Right. The video of him getting his teeth cleaned. And tell me if this is an online myth or not did this occur. So I'm here at the dentist, and we're going to continue our series on the people of the border. I'm here with Diana dental hygiene. Diana's gonna tell us a little bit about growing up. Try and I was actually born here and all my mom's from a small town in Mexico. So we're hearing from the experts. Okay. So there you go and the axios article goes on to basically defend him and say he didn't livestream his teeth cleaning. He only showed it for a few seconds, which you just saw. But that that's not a myth like he did it. Yes. If you're saying he didn't livestream his entire health, Paul. I think you could say that. Right. But like this rush should offend Bob. Frank o Rourke indicates to you that they don't want him being mocked. They don't want him being played with he's a serious candidate. And this is who they want. I believe that's what it says. It's interesting in that like they're going rushing to defend him, and they're acting as if you can't do an interview with a dental hygienist unless you show a camera down your throat for about five seconds. That's not part of it. He's obviously pandering and just try to seem like I'm hip, and I can go on Instagram, and I'm just you guys are with me by I'm a normal guy doing normal things. And here's my normal. Life. And it's pathetic the fact that they're defending it as vigorously as they are. I think is an indication that they really are taking him seriously. And they want him to be successful on the other side of that the article itself was actually a pretty interesting observation about campaigning in two thousand nineteen which is these videos now this video happened on Instagram stories, and so these things are having Instagram stories than Snapchat, and they're they're deleted automatically after twenty four hours. Right. And so people are they can no longer prove that that video didn't say what someone might do. So let's say Trump films a video of himself, and then three days later someone claims that in the video he did x y and z the videos not there to bring back any more campaigns. No longer have it. They can't prove anything. And that was they used it's really bad way to get into that. But that is something interesting. If you think about like, Hillary Clinton's emails, for example, they have to. They have to hold those. They have to preserve them. They have to back them up. These things are happening with elected officials all over the place, and they're not backing them up. They're not saving them. They just get deleted automatically after twenty four hours. I mean, it actually probably should be an update to the the records act and the way that these things are recorded because people are going to start just deleting stuff and saying, oh, yeah. Sorry. I couldn't keep it. That's just the way the program works it. It's gonna it's gonna lead to some weird things happening in the next couple of years. Yeah. Anthony Weiner should have had that. He should he should have that feature on his phone. No. I think it's concerning because not only can you put a lot of information out there that does need to get out there, and it just dissipates and goes away, and who knows who saw it or can, you know? But just the fact that it can you can take a spin on that the media can put something out there and say don't believe your eyes. What we tell you. Yeah. That's scary. It really is scary. Because now you're getting into we're seeing all across the board facts don't matter. It's all about how you feel and your emotions and those things don't worry about what you saw don't worry about. What you read? We're going to tell you what to believe. And that's what's happening in culture today. And it's really really scary. I think about the real quick that hadn't been deleted. If that early that had been deleted, like normal Instagram story would have been the media would have said, no he didn't do that. And there'd be no video to prove that he had done it. And so it would just have been true. And that's a dumb example of teeth cleaning, a minor example of this. But like he did do it the videos there, we did see it, and they could easily have denied that. And there have been no way to prove it. Wrong in just twenty four hours. Right. Well, I'm just sitting here. Eating field agrees. I'm gonna talk a little bit more about border security. We get a misconceived how do you feel about? Yeah. I do think that there is a setting on your Instagram where you have access to write them. But you don't and you don't ask that doesn't necessarily mean you have to show people that you still have it. Right. It would be exactly could say on what happened and you don't have to save them. Right. I mean, don't they should they should campaign. I would. I mean who knows if they're actually doing right, okay? Interesting poll that we took yesterday. Today's results when do you believe life begins, which is having this conversation abortion? Thursay's happy hours. Okay, weird. Eighty four percent of you said conception, eighty four percents believe life begins at conception. So that's pretty high. I'm impressed with that. Ten percent win viable three percent at birth. What is wrong with you at birth? So mazing people do, but they do believe it. I can I can swallow the three percent unsure more than I can swallow the three percent birth. Well, three percent birthday was fifteen percent of the actual poll. Yeah. We were saying it's okay to do it all the way up to them. So I mean by we are continuing our tradition of giving you options in the poll, and then when you pick the wrong one, we insult you. You're welcome. Do here. And then today's poll question, are you concerned about the length of this particular government shutdown? Let us know on Twitter at the blaze that is at the blaze. What do you guys think? Are you worried Stu worried because he doesn't want long lines at the airport. I am Super Bowl flight coming up very concerned about that that when I'm a little worried about and also the beer labels after no craft new craft beer varieties can come out until this is over us. Clear rental scan me. Worried about that. I'm not worried about this. Did you really enrolling that awesome? They got everything. Everything metric come on. I don't have the clear is it worth upgrading one hundred percent right through you know, what one day they may still all my information, but freely and easing can do whatever you want. Right. You really got it. You got facial recognition on your iphone? I mean, you're giving them your fingerprints in a million different circumstances. Well, I'm not going to do it. The NSA is listening right now. Well, we're broadcasting right now there. A lot of people. Tomorrow. Awful. 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The seattle times is reporting today in the near future travel may require a digital documentation showing that you have been vaccinated or tested for the corona virus among governments in those in the travel industry. A new term has entered the vocabulary of vaccine passport. One of joe biden's executive orders aimed at curbing the pandemic ask government agencies to assess the feasibility linking corona virus vaccine certificates with other vaccination documents and producing a digital passport. Denmark's government. said that in the next three or four months it's going to roll out its digital passport. That will be able to show people that have been vaccinated. It isn't just governments that are suggesting vaccine passports in a few weeks Airlines and emirates will start using digital travel passes the international transportation association Is backing this as well. So here's what they're here's what they're saying they want to give you a digital passport. Whether that'll be a stick or of something you scan or whatever the just says. I've had all my vaccines seems like it's going to be one of these things in your wallet on your iphone can like when you board a plane. It's your boarding pass. If you have an iphone think of think of this to me is white privilege. Think of how. Many people have an iphone around the world thing about how many people don't have access to the vaccine. Think about that. So they're not read. Society is a two tiered society in america is getting it. I i say on this one. We wait until everyone else on. The planet has a digital sport. And you give it to us so nice. Well i'm just trying to get. I'm trying to embrace my white privilege year. Let's see it's all about trying to digital Digitize a process that happens now and make it into something that allows for more harmony and more ease. No that sounds good. Yeah armenian ease. Here's a dozen it. Here's a here's a disturbing paragraph. ibm has been developing. Its own digital health pass as ibm ibm get along record of helping people out. I think that's fantastic completely unrelated story. A new york times bestseller edwin black wrote a book about ibm and the holocaust. But that's completely different. This is a digital health pass from ibm and it would enable individuals to prevent per present proof of vaccination or a negative test to gain access to public locations such as sports stadium. Airplane university workplaces. The mall stores the past built on. Ibm's blockchain technology can utilize multiple data types including temperature checks virus exposure notifications test results and vaccine status. Not only is the m looking into this. The world economic forum and the commons project foundation. A swiss nonprofit group have become have begun testing a digital health pass called common pass which would allow travelers to travel over the world. With all of their information the pass would generate a qr code that could be shown to authorities man now. I can't think of what could possibly go wrong here or one person who You know kind of kind of kind of kind of works in in the the digital world Said it took us fifty years to develop a global passport system for people Because there's a lot of security that goes around along with that. Maybe we shouldn't rush to one that has access to people's information. You could see the risk. They're a little. I'm a literally. I am a little to get back to normal. I yes i need. I know you're saying that sarcasm. But yes i do and i will say i. I'm not you're not gonna be for government. Want the system like this. I'm not going to say i. I want requirements. I will say however it is incredibly frustrating that we live in a country that thirty percent of the people have had the virus and an additional ten percent of the people have been vaccinated. So we were talking about forty percent of the population now estimated. That should be able to do pretty much whatever they want but because of largely the left. And they're this idea of a two tiered society where we can't allow people to go out and go to restaurants and bars and and sporting events because the people who haven't had the virus won't be able to do that the people who haven't been vaccinated won't be able to do that and therefore you know unfair and it's like well. I don't know to the bar owner. Do they think it's unfair. Do they really don't want. I don't wanna make sure we don't have a two-tier society therefore i'm going to let my business collapsed completely like it would be nice for our economy to allow people who don't have to think about these things at this point overwhelmingly to be able to do them well. Of course you would say that. I would the right side of it. Somebody was at the super bowl in has been tested several times and and just doesn't seem to have a problem with it. Oh the the next virus that is coming out of covid. Nineteen cova twenty. You didn't have to have covid. Covid nineteen to understand twenty. Don't really well no. You can just get twenty and it'll kill you dead. Dead dead like ninety five percent of the population ted. Really because of the mutates coming. It's coming stu it's coming now in again a completely unrelated article. Let's put those digital passports to the side. Okay 'cause that's convenient for you in ease in harmony and ease. Was your son harmony harmony. It's it's harmonious and it's It's easy okay. It's like i don't know why people don't give the tsa they're retina scan. Hoy that that sounds harmonious eggs easy. You just go in your eyes. Lorette does just gives absolutely every bit of information about you but don't worry about it. Don't worry about it. Can on the plane. Faster in a A new post from the international monetary fund. What's really new in fintech financial tack. What's really knew well. The authors suggests that rapid technological changes coming in the financial industry and in lieu of this change. They're they're looking at it and say well you know what. What should we be thinking about in the financial industry. So there's there's according to the imf and the european central bank a love. The central banks like the fed. They're fantastic. They been doing some research and they say there's a couple of financial innovations that the world should get on board with i information. There are new tools out there to collect an analyze data on customers that way they can really determine your credit worthiness and another is communications away that we can. We can communicate with the bank and the bank can communicate with us. So they're looking at the first thing they wanna do is determined credit worthiness and they say the most innovative innovative information piece is is The new type of data that comes from the digital footprint of customers various online activities. This will help the banks decide if your credit worthy for alone credit scoring they say in the old days was on income employment time assets and debts but that really doesn't give us a snapshot on who people really are. So how do we get really good. Information for instance a lot of kids. They can't get loans for you. Know four hundred thousand dollar house because they just got out of college fair and that's not fair. How do they establish credit. I mean we've all said that right when we were young. If you won't give me credit how could i establish credit right right. Well that's what the. Ib that's that's what the imf is all about to make sure that kids can get credit so what they're going to do is they're looking at at different information on certain kinds of people like entrepreneurs innovators informal workers. Maybe there's just not enough information available. So what do we do well. They've resolved the dilemma by tapping into various nonfinancial data. The type of browser and hardware used to access the internet the history of online searches and purchases now. Why would my bank need to know what i've been searching online for. Why recent research documents that once powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning these alternative data sources are often superior to divisional credit assessment mess Methods and ken in advance financial inclusion So the type of browser us could potentially indicate a different ranking for browsers that heavily track users like chrome. But if you use brave that emphasizes privacy so I don't know if you oreo credit worthy. 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He's he's actually one super bowls with worst teams than the tampa. but still it was an amazing It's an amazing guy. He's like he's an old man. of course he's younger than me. But he's an old man pisses me off. He pisses me off at things have happened. Yes you're like. Oh gosh twenty. Twenty twenty twenty one. They suck so far. That's because tom brady's taking all the good things. Socially acquire positive think. Yeah it's a little sad weird because It seemed and i don't know if the roar of the crowd was artificially generated or what now. Yeah it was just a twenty four twenty thousand people but twenty. Five thousand people could be pretty loud and It seemed really loud in the stadium. It was oddly And i'm sure they covered this but they had all the cardboard people every. Yeah they didn't really talk about it they just showed it it. It felt even in the stadium like it was full with the exception. Of course you could see the back of cardboard people in front of you but when you look across the field it just felt normal. I mean it was loud. It was it with the exception of like in between plays. It will get a little quieter than i think was normal That was a little strange. I will say as well A lot of healthcare heroes there. We love our healthcare heroes. They're all wearing the little healthcare heroes badge. Nice say is some of the healthcare heroes. Judging by the amount they were drinking may have needed their own healthcare. Heroes later really yes. I'd say i don't know if it was if anyone deserves a great party. Heroes do the guys who wait in women and men who went in at the very beginning when we're like this could be like a combination of a bola leprosy and the common cold right You know low guy's face that you know you might wanna have a drink or two. Yeah and they took advantage of that. I feel like they whatever money they were gonna spend on a super bowl ticket they spent on budweiser. Did you see that. The average the worst state for drinking in the last year has been a is michigan. The average person took seventeen. Hard liquor drinks a week in michigan. That's a lot seventeen in an average of seventeen in seventeen and average. That can't be true. I mean otherwise. Don't buy car built in michigan. And that's all that's a lot that is a lot and you realize to like i saw some of the shaming that was going on afterward it's like people are outside generally speaking you know. They were gathering. They were celebrating a super bowl championship. You're not gonna stop that unless unless you you know you go back to prohibition and you enforce it with the power of the chinese government you're not to give it up. I know it seems like that's the road they wanna go down. It is but it's not the world that want to go down the road. We are going down not necessarily the alcohol part of it right. I mean you know. I don't know the alcohol part of it like you'd have to go back to prohibition to stop oh pictures. Gosh look at these people. They're gathering they're having a good time there near each other. Well look that is going to occur and especially when you start drinking. It was the first thing that we did the nor i normal thing. America has gone through in a year was the super bowl because it at least appeared on television as everybody was together and and it was normal. I mean it was weird to be there but generally speaking. I keep telling this to people that i know across the country. You don't understand what it's like right now to live in florida or texas. It's just pretty much normal again. I understand that like yes. The mask thing gets people very pissed off around here. Shut up you know you get that on both sides shut. I'm so sick of talking to says mainly because my wife is like the number one anti mask person in the universe all she thinks about and talks about all the time. But it's like it's all everybody thinks about all the time. The mass thing is like it's still a factor here whenever but you know. Florida does not have a statement mask. Mandate every place you walk into. You still gotta wear the mask the same way you do it every other state because that's just the way it is right now until you know we get past this thing. I think we all are in place where we understand that but like it just like with the exception of there's not as many people at there's not as many sporting events. There's not as many concerts things like that but generally speaking. It's pretty normal. You talked to someone who lives in california. They think that it's like they. Believe lockdown is still here because in many ways it is in these places york in california. You know if you're a liberal. There you think states like california. I mean like florida and texas are insane. Yeah insane and you can't people come from those environments. They can't understand. They feel out of place they don't know how to interact with people anymore. It's weird and then you look at the pictures from florida where people are outdoors gathering having a good time. Maybe not taking the best precautions in drunk. They're drunk and so what do you do. When you're you're losing your inhibitions or anything. So these things are found. She is a carbon so that happens right and all the people in new york and california are like. I can't believe these bastards. The they are the reason. We're having all these problems and they shame. Shame shame you go back to their social media feeds from the day after the election and maybe the blm riots. They don't have the same opinion about people being close to each other. I mean they don't understand kerr virus. If lincoln love the breasts of a prostitute. The problem right. That's the solution But it's it's fascinating when all of this is known that florida and texas have better results. I california science and it's like well. I could understand if it was the reverse if california if california and new york had great results florida. Texas had terrible results. You might look at the difference here and say well. Those bastards are just being i understand that i would is the literal reverse and they still keep doing it for those of us who live in these states. We wondered homeboy. If this turns out the opposite summer doom there is a chance and it didn't and look at us now. What are you waiting for in california. What are you waiting for. I mean i know the answer to this question. utopia fouled. she came out and said we're probably not going to be able to get rid of masks even this year. I mean maybe maybe for that. I read it. I know i know i i. I think you'll see that in new york and california where they'll keep the stuff on as long as possible. They don't seem to be interested in opening things up. You know now. All of a sudden You know dumb. Andrew cuomo is out there and he's saying Well we're gonna open up into a restaurants at like one percent because because when they were open at one hundred percent as you glenn every one of them fails every three years like seventy percent of restaurants fail. Every three years was one hundred percent open as is something raised the governor of new york. I bought the man and it's a lot less expensive if they're hiring. Everybody run the restaurant but they can only make twenty five percent of what they what it takes to on the restaurant so unhappy. What stood proudly if you better hope that your fattest twenty five percent of customers show up. Yeah you're going to have a lot of problems. Yeah it's like it's like opening a all you can eat buffet and only three fat customers. Show up it's a problem. It's a problem you're not. You're going to go out of business. You make your money on the skinny. You know you make your money on table turnovers right. I mean if you're not turning over a table three times a night you're not gonna make you're not gonna make it. This is why. I'm so passionate about not just open it up. I'm passionate about getting this getting rid of this freaking virus because we keep like as conservatives we think well just open it up again. We'll go out and we'll we'll go. Just let us go right. And that's totally what conservatives would do however restaurants also depend on annoying liberals and when thirty forty percent of the population says. I'm not going out there with this. Virus doesn't matter if they open it up straight yes they will all collapse than all conservative restaurant should have some sort of a marking. I don't know maybe a little yellow star that we can all go to okay. Let's support these guys liberals aren't going to do it so i mean the at the end of course i would argue for personal liberty and all of these circumstances anyway so i mean it to be. You know i'm. I'm sick and tired. I am going to bail out new york bill and it's going to be the answer we are going to bail allow and i have to tell you that is one of my lines. That's one of my lines. I don't know i'm gonna do. What color is the line. Only red lines are the ones that matter. This is more of a ma. You very yes. It's a mauve color so it's not read but it's hint of it in there all right. So mas line It if i'm wait a minute. You want me to pay for college. When i couldn't afford to go to college so i didn't go and i've been working to get my kids into college. Which now my kids won't probably be into any colleges. Any good colleges because white privilege so i've worked hard so my kids go to college even though i didn't and yet the people who have taken out giant loans. 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Thank you for having to the anyone. Thank you just. Let's get a quick comment on the dismissal of your case In the ivy league schools by the government this this this week right right so in twenty sixteen eight twenty. Sixteen my home group. Asian american collision education brought a federal civil rights complained against yeah It's alleged anti-asian discrimination in admissions and after a two year investigation by the trump administration department of justice. They concluded that he'll in fact. Discriminating against asian american applicants ways quotas high standards and stereotypes. All these good and And and last year last august the oj launched a federal lawsuit against. Yeah as a result of our civil rights complained so we were very happy to to to to see that That results and that lawsuit but Way it's kind of Expected there the by the hand in administration which rollback would dismiss this lawsuit. Wow just not eight days after the administration signed an executive order Combat in empire. Asian phenol phobia and the racism. So you see glaring irony here right. So are they really for equal rights. Are they all they're just about Ideology co racial spoils and identity politics. So let me switch now to california because the same kind of thing is happening in california on a mass scale with the ethnics studies The curriculum that has been released We have seen the first draft another up on the third draft now But some of these things are really disturbing first of all. It seems to be the motive to put everybody into a category. A little box and make sure you understand your divisions. There is a In the curriculum a historic. Us social movements black lives matter metoo criminal justice reform but it also includes boycott divestment and sanctions movement for palestine described as a global social movement that currently aims to establish freedom for palestinians living under apartheid conditions holy cow it also teaches that the nineteen forty eight israel war of independence. They referred to that as knocked baa. Which if you know anything about the arab world That is What they call the day of independence in arabic. It means catastrophe john lewis. Martin luther king justice thurgood marshall were not in the influential people. Section however pol pot was in Capitalism classified as a form of power and oppression although classism homophobia islamophobia and transphobia were listed as forms of oppression. Anti-semitism was not what. What is this this is. This is science fiction becoming reality so Before we delve into the you know the the technical details of this very divisive and problematic sir draft certain and final draft of ethnic studies model current him. I would like to just talk a little bit about My background and also how i got involved In a bigger context so currently as you introduced i am with california and support equal rights nonpartisan nonprofit organization with the mission to promote the principles of equality and in marriage and Between fighting for equal education rights of asian american students from my home group and defending california's constitutional principle of equal rights and pushing back ideological invasion of critical ethnic studies in california's k. twelve education. Or get when you in. I think that in the old days People have thought well. Then you know glenn beck and have you know. They're on different sides of the no. I think we both define all rights the in an opposite way than what is now being pushed in california. We're you're saying let's understand that Everybody has the same access and the same rights. That's not what's being taught now. No not at all not at all and this is very very dangerous. So the movement in california regarding this ethnic studies motto curriculum. I in my opinion must be understood. In relation to these assaults equal treatment and the married in the golden state and beyond in twenty twenty. I had the honor to be part of the hero. Nona sixteen campaign which successfully defeated a racial preference ballot measure proposition. Sixteen on state ballot was impassive marching. Fifty seven percent says forty three percent ball out can per so people don't know that was The vote to reverse the discrimination laws the you you could discriminate for social justice. Right okay right exactly. So that balas mashed with have drug have reversed a very important principle in the california contribution which clearly states that the stage sean not discriminate against grandparents financial treatment to any individual group on the basis of race sex color ethnicity national origin in operation public employment public education or public contracting but the california state legislature is perennially obsessed with race and even currently considering a list of bills that would have reinstated racial preferences in a number of public policy areas and these race obsessed lawmakers also have powerful allies such as the university of california teachers unions and even the california chamber of commerce which endorsed racial preferences nasty in the name. Hi it's crazy. In the meantime you know. Our quality of k through twelve education in california continues to decline when low income and minority students being heard the most so for example over sixty percent of california students great scraping the eleven cannot do math proficiency proficiently and only fifty percents can proficient very and there is a ratio achievement gap of course but instead of legislating promoting policies that address mood qassams behind the gaps and the dismal state of public education. These politicians and civil servants. I i call them. Ideologues they want to perpetuate the problem. I racial preferences. Now when dumbing down the standards and now with political indoctrination in this very divisive ethnic studies model curriculum and i would like to go into Talking about this clinical ethnic stomach taking all right so hang on We're talking to dr wu executive director california's for equal rights about the new curriculum. 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And i really wanna talk to you about some of the people behind this curriculum. That are really quite disturbing so give us the highlights of what is going to be taught by a to our to our kids in california. Sure so i would like to start weekly. With an example how This tastes of critical. Ethnic studies was brought to my attention so not lay. Last and the group of scholars caters a nonprofit organizations including nile immigration california's for equal rights. Put together a task force to connect people concerned about ethnic studies and the incursion of critical series in california and to raise public awareness on this important issue and december nine twenty twenty Group received an anonymous tip from cupertino parents with some disturbing instructional materials Social identities how privilege and white racism and these materials were intended for a third great mass cuss at my host. Elementary being an upscale community in cupertino so that That raced my my attention. My alarm and and i you know i started to. I started to deeper into this this critical ethnic studies model curriculum which will also be used or prayed as a national blueprint for how ethnic studies should be taught in k through twelve education. So this is not just a ethnic problem. It's not a jewish problem. The asian providence. It's an fundamental issue against our commonly held leaves and i often my investigation and my partnership with several other groups. Fighting against him is in california. We've found out that the invasion of critical race theory into ethnic studies. In a result of a multi year campaign to produce a statewide ethnic studies model curriculum administratively and to mandate i think studies as a college and high school graduation requirement legislatively. In other words they're ready colonization of ethnic studies and social studies in general in california toward intersection. -ality neo marxism and postmodernism did not happen in a vacuum. A group of far left activists activists scholars nominate progressive lawmakers and bureaucratic ideologues have conspired to make critical theory of critical. Nick studies a mainstream pedagogy. And there started in twenty sixteen when then california governor jerry brown signed. Ab twenty sixteen into law eighty twenty sixteen requires ethnic studies to be taught in public high school including charter schools and the mandates the state to adopt a model curriculum the currency deadline for adopting the ethnic studies model curriculum is much the so between twenty. Sixteen now really version. The introduced for public comments and each has met fierce opposition. The first track got twenty one. Southern public comments were the jewish american community being the most vocal opponents. The second one received thirty five thousand comments and that governor in houston to veto. Abc three three one last year which would have mandated ethnic studies based on that divisive mode motto curriculum. As a high school graduation requirements the third and final draft was released last december and campaign some window-dressing relations to address criticisms some glaring neo marxist in semiotics it is hues very controversial but ludik it has to be It's my understanding that when you started looking into the evolution of this thing you found a group union. Del barrio and i just want to. I want to quote from their facebook. Page union del. Barrio is a political group comprised of individuals that are committed to the organizational discipline in order to develop the science strategy and structures needed to overturn our oppression as mexicans and latin americans with within the current borders of the united states. We struggled for the self defense and ultimate liberation of raza translation the race while we're also speaking to integrate our movement with the continental liberty gay liberation process. That is taking place route. America we are working tirelessly to unify the collective power of raza workers women and men blah blah blah indigenous communities prisoners in order to unite as a strong and sustainable social and political movement for self-determination and socialism I don't know that doesn't sound like a good group to have writing this thing but they have been They union barrel has been instrumental in sort of Radicalizing the that content and the guiding principles of california's ethnic studies model curriculum. According to credible sources from insight we blowers and researchers. We have on earth evidence of this strange radical group of activists basting southern california as the leader for the sweeping on reforming education. So in as a result this movement led by union the barrel has hijacked did genuine cultural and ethnic studies and turned it into a political battleground of american. Won't abuse and this story started in twenty thirteen with the people's campaign by the school to uniondale barrel as you described an independent political organization. Click revolution dr wu executive director californians equal rights. I'd love to have you. I'd love to tv. Show on this. You can find her at californians for equal rights dot org californians for equal rights dot. Org we're going to get into this from the teacher perspective in just a few minutes standby the glenn beck program. 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Laurie myers she is a Co-founder in For education for excellence and ethnic studies. He's a california educator. I think a first grade teacher and she wants to talk about the ethnic studies model curriculum. That is waiting passage now in california. Welcome laurie how are you. I'm great thanks for having me on the show. Glenn i really appreciate your taking the time to talk about this super important issue that we're facing in california right now and i totally agree with you. It is going nationwide. i am so concert. This changes the future for generations. If we don't if we start teaching this poison we're done as a people. I don't even not even ended a america but as a people we start to look at everything differently. I completely agree with you And as teachers we consider ourselves to be pretty much on the front lines of this but the real people on the front lines of this our students and that's why our group was formed where our grassroots group of hundreds of educators from across the country who want to make sure that we have ethnic studies curricula that achieve really important goals confronting racism developing civic responsibility building. The twenty first century skills that our students need like critical thinking communication creativity but that don't devolve into critical race theory which not only wold accomplish those goals. But we'll do quite the opposite. Exactly i mean i- laurie a how you feel about any of this and so you don't have to comment on it but i have to tell you in looking at critical race theory and i've tried to swear off this word in looking at what it teaches and how it teaches the only word i can come up with to describe it as evil. It is intentionally destroying people their communication with each other. It's fighting everybody. It makes you feel horrible about yourself. I mean it's so defeating. So what i really appreciate about. What you just said. Is that critical race. Theory in the classroom and in particular are group right now is focused on the ethnic studies model curriculum. But there are a couple of other different Front lines on critical race theory in california But that we're not just concerned about what critical race three teachers. That's the framework. We're concerned about how it teaches. And that's the pedagogy and our concerning but in some ways the pedagogy piece of it. How educators their classrooms. So let's lori. Let's just pretend we don't know what pedagogy means. I been hold that many times. I'm sorry i'm down in the weeds. Petty pedagogy is Is how teachers teach For example If i'm teaching math I might be teaching content which would be addition subtraction multiplication division but the methodology into teach the pedagogy would be singapore math or university of chicago teacher. So there is a trying to find it in one of the things where the pedagogy would be too and it didn't say inflict trauma but Make students feel vulnerable sad helpless And teachers need to be familiar with trauma informed practices. That sounds like a bad pedagogy. I'm using that correctly. And can you explain what this is right. So that's actually What one of the reasons that we are so deeply concerned about critical race theory is a pedagogy. I'm out in classroom and a number of different ways. And i'm happy to share examples but the end result Is that works concerned about how it will cause trauma and teachers parents trusting us every day when they can't send their children to school to keep their children safe insecure. In fact i looked up. The code of ethical conduct for a number of school district which at students safety and welfare is teachers highest priority. And every teacher knows that unless we have that foundation in the classroom. Learning just isn't going to happen. Get the ethnic studies model curriculum itself. Acknowledges that topics oppression which by the way is mentioned in the model curriculum. Over two hundred times words like oppressed oppression oppressed can make students feel and i quoting vulnerable sad guilty and helpless and then the model curriculum felt dates. That teachers need to be attentive to quote trauma informed education practices. And i said this before. And i'll say it again. A school curriculum should not need a trauma warning. Okay so there is. Isn't that saying trauma informed practices Doesn't that mean that you kind of want to inflict trauma because that helps inform and it helps shape them so that that's a really interesting point And as educators. We agree that there are going to be difficult topics that are taught in school. As long as they are grade level appropriate for example students learning about the killing field students. Learning about rwanda students learning about the holocaust. Those are going to be difficult topic but a well trained good teacher teaching them with a well-developed curriculum. We'll be able to teach them and maybe caused students to feel some deep emotions but not trauma and the other important difference. Is that the critical race theory. Pedagogy these traumas are caused because students are made to internalized feelings around impression. It's not just the content that they're learning it's the pedagogy that's having them internalize these feelings. And personal responsibility either for inflicting oppression on somebody else or feeling like students in your class are responsible for inflicting impression on you. That's where the pedagogy piece is important. I'm sorry and it goes the other way as well. They're in berkeley in the unified school district. There there was a lawsuit. Are you aware of this. Can you tell the story. So i'm not aware of a lawsuit and berkeley. But they am aware of. And i actually spoke with the former school board member. Who student was in this class when this happened Various code school board member told me that in their ethnic studies class which at that point with a high school graduation requirement quote various groups were denounced boys caucasians privileged students shy achieving. ap students of all races of all races Were made to feel bad and another quote. White kids were made to feel bad and the problem for so rampant in the district that the district was forced to drop ethnic studies and the graduation. What were the problems that this was causing the problems we're that students were starting to denounce each other and target each other and that's one of our thoenes with critical race theory in the classroom so i what critical race theory does is it. Has students identify as part of a group based on race based solely on skin color and then assigns a judgment to them based on that racial identity. The second piece is then. It asserts that one group is the oppressor over the other and that sets up an oppositional relationship between the groups it literally pits students against each other. And that's where. I come back to the goals of ethnic studies and how this approach a critical race theory. Pedagogy is not going to help. Bridge the cultural divide. It's not going to build cultural understanding. It's not going to have dunes develop respect for inclusion and these are all the goals of the original bill that mandated ethnic development of ethnic studies model curriculum. And that's why. I keep coming back to we all i hope. We all share these important goals but critical race theory. Pedagogy is not the right way to get there. I don't know if we still agree on the same goals. There are people that are taking. I mean i know that martin luther king has been put back in on the third draft. But if your instinct is to talk nice about pol pot and delete martin luther king. I don't think you get it. I mean martin. Luther king articulated what american. He didn't tear down america. He said america live up to your own founding words. He challenged us to be better and he challenged us to all live in a world where race doesn't matter. I'm not sure that everybody agrees with that anymore. Well i i agree with what you just said but what you just said is absolutely consistent. With the bill that mandated the development of the ethnic studies. Model curriculum. It says that one of the goal is for students to promote collect self and collective empowerment to promote critical thinking to develop a more complex understanding of the human experience from the california social studies framework. It's the standards that we all need to track to. Ethnic study should help. Students develop respect for cultural diversity and see the advantages of inclusion. Those are all consistent with martin. Luther king my concern is that the motto curriculum. In its current incarnation. And in fact. It's incarnation since its genesis. Back in two thousand sixteen has been based on a critical race theory foundation that is inconsistent with the original goals approved by the state. If we had a curriculum that tracked to those original goals that track to california standards approved by the state board of education. Then we wouldn't be having that problem. So i do think that you and i agree on the goals and the state of california agreed on the goals. The curriculum is what isn't agreeing with those goals. And that's why it has to change laurie. I'd love to have you back. I'd love to actually do a tv show with you. Because i don't think there's anything more important than what's happening in. Our schools and teachers have got to stand up and parents have to stand up. I really appreciate it if you would like to reach out to To laurie you can follow her on. Twitter at teacher myers. That's m. e. y. e. r. s. Or your her website educators for excellence. That's the number four educators for excellence dot weirdly dot com lori. Thank you so very much. Thank you so much glen done by the way Few things you can do get the word out. Share this These things are going to get very bad if you're not standing guard right now if your kids are being taught on zoom school look at the assignments meet with your school. Board members talk about this curriculum for ethnic studies. Follow your kid's school board minutes. 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Lays tv glenn beck program so this is gonna come as a surprise coordinated platforming of parlor has come under question as arrest numbers highlight facebook's role in the capitol hill riot. We begin there in sixty seconds program. You just want the best night's sleep you've ever had you wanna consistently right. I mean one of sleep. What are you waiting for telling you about my pillow and all their products for a long time now. And it's time for you to find out for yourself. Just how amazing they really are the pill. The pillow is practically magical. I would not it if i were in a store. If i hadn't have laid my head down on it. I wouldn't have bought it because i would think this is a stupid bill and it's not gonna it's not gonna hold up it's not going to be and it is amazing. 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I it's what's weird about this. Is facebook was used by seventy three of the people charged with crimes. That's more than all of the other social media sites combined so how come parlor was banned so is such a strange target to me. Right like parlour has its good points but it was never a dominant social network. You know i mean it. Was those crazies. I guess that was the idea that the people we already banned off of twitter. Keep going there. Yeah so no. They actually were at facebook more than any other more than all of the other social networks combined that should say something so why was parlor band and why was parlor banned from using amazon's online infrastructure. I mean look at what happened to them. It was only used by eight of the people charged out of two hundred and twenty. only eight. were on parlor. Google apple remove parlour. This is collusion. This is honestly. This is detroit. The big three auto manufacturers pudding auburn out of business putting the duesenberg company out of business. That's what it is. They know what's good for them and they gotta get rid of any of the competitors and so they will collude to destroy their competitors. Anybody who's coming up you know and again no knock on parlor. I like parlor and the boat. I know some of the people behind it are real free speech believers like. This is why they started this right. But it's like. I think it's bigger than just knocking out their competition. A don't twitter facebook's or apple c- parlors competition. They were upstart network. They were doing what they can do to get going where i think what they see is they want. They want a threat to conservative speech in a very public way. You know throwing off x. Or y. person off of twitter sends some level of message is let's just banning you can't even go to a secondary platform and say conservative. Things that says a lot more. I mean i don't even try to get online forums it it. It ran a deep chill through. Everyone does what we do. It's message said because it wasn't just it wasn't just that they banned Parlor and deleted the apps. It wasn't just that it was. You can't use any of the infrastructure of the internet. It's amazing these people who pushed for net neutrality. Because god forbid comcast might slow your net flicks all these years. They complain about that. And when you know places like amazon web services are removing an entire app because they say too many conservative things again. That's my summary of that situation not theirs but that is totally fine with the same people that all. Gosh you might not be able to watch your You know your hulu at high enough quality That's a real real danger here. So facebook had seventy three of the people that were charged said they. They were on facebook and they were organizing through facebook. Eight used parlor but listen to this. This is from Sheryl sandberg who. She's she said this on january eleventh in the washington post. She's by the way a chief operating officer at facebook. she said. I think these events were largely organized on platforms. That don't have our abilities to stop hate and don't have our standards and don't have our transparency cheryl. Looks like you're wrong. Looks like you were wrong. All of your high falutin hate speech filters didn't apparently catch it. Ha- what's up would add. Let me give you. Let me show you where we are headed. You think you have the first amendment. This story would be in the old days you know back in december You would've looked at a story like this. It went well. That's why i live in america. And if you didn't understand that america was completely different than every other country in the world. You'd say well don't why where's their freedom of speech. This story comes from great britain scotland. A man has been arrested arrested and charged in scotland quote in connection with an offensive social media. Tweet about captain sir. Tom more now. Do you know who he was sir. Tom more ease that old guy. He was like one hundred years old. He was a world war two veteran he was one of the. I think it was the first to get the covid vaccine. Well he died hospital treated with pneumonia and then cohen engine so Apparently the Apparently the whole cova did Vaccination didn't really help him out very much but he was. He was knighted by queen. Elizabeth i mean he was a big big celebrity over there and seem like a really sweet guy so a thirty four year old man has been arrested and charged in connection with communication offenses and is due to appear at lanark sheriff court wednesday seventeenth february according to the daily mail. The thirty five year old. Joseph kelly is due to appear at court and accused of the communication. Offense is triggering outrage from free speech campaigners the communication of fence in question relates to a tweet that kelly wrote shortly after. Captain sir tom. Moore's death which read trigger alert. I just please. You've never heard things like this or seen anything like this on social media so please a you are remove all children and when i say children i mean of course up to twenty six. So if they're up to twenty six years you or twenty six years you know what. Let's make it easy if you're under fifty please just go back into the crib and pull the covers over your fit. 'cause you're not going to be able to handle less. He tweeted the only good brit. Soldier is a deed. One d. e. d. I think that's because that's the way they say this deed Burn old fella. Burn now normally. What i would do is go urine idiot and move on with my life. But that's because we live in this wilderness called america according to the police in scotland. The tweet was reported three days after it set there on the internet three days. It set there my gosh and it comes as the snp continues efforts to introduce a new hate crime bill. That will criminalise stirring up hatred now. That doesn't sound vague at all but section one twenty seven the united kingdom's communication acts signed into law under tony blair's government states. A person is guilty of an offence if he sends by means of public electronic communication network a message or other matter that is grossly offensive or an indecent or menacing character and he will be liable according to section one twenty seven on summary conviction to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or a fine not exceeding level five on the standard scale level. Five who if you don't think that's coming your way. They're already doing it. And you know how they're going to the around the free speech thing will i there indoctrinating anybody under thirty To think that free speech isn't really free you can't you don't have the right to say something crazy about the government. You don't have a right to hurt people's feelings. What kind of speech needs to be protected. I mean you can't say that religious stuff anywhere. What really so you. What what do you want to you. Want the cat in the hat to be protected. What i mean. Nobody's really saying well. I mean they will be soon. How dare you put that cat in the hat. Cats don't wear hats. Why would you put a hat on a cat. you know. Cats are people to So i'm using this as an example. What time is it. I'm using this as an example for today only because this may seem like listen. I had fuddy-duddy next week when cat in the hat is suddenly really offensive. What kind of speech needs protecting other than the speech. That really pisses you off. How do you. How are you misunderstanding. This we should point out here so that our speech is is not silenced immediately by all social networks and all across america that sir. Tom moore did not get the coronavirus vaccine he was he was a different guy he wanted to get it. He was the guy who he raised the money. He raised the money. he raised. Forty five million dollars for health workers. He was very famous and he would have had the vaccine however he was on. Pneumonia medicine already made him ineligible. So just good good good because i like the other guy but i like this guy too. I mean i think both of them were great. But i should be banned. I usually banned. I should this is what we interrupt this. Never ending dumpster fire for something less flammable. So let's go to america where we'd all have any dumbers ear and i'd like to talk to you a little before i start this story about darwin and his theory of the survival of the fittest Fees who buy into darwin saying that this is the way a worm became a man because the dumb worms that didn't have any hands Those worms died out even though we still have those worms but they died out and suddenly boom. He's doing the glenn beck program. Isn't that weird now. How did that happen. Well the ones that couldn't defend themselves the ones that we're too stupid or just defective in some way. What a great progressive word defective. They were eliminated. Thus we had the idea of eugenics. Let's speed the process up by getting rid of all of our defective gives so it was great. And i've never been for it. Now listen to this story. A louisiana woman who went viral after struggling to remove guerrilla grew glue from her hair claims that the hospital nor the company's advice help remove the harden adhesive. She's now considering a lawsuit. Tessa brown hired an attorney is weighing litigation against gorilla glue because while the products label warns against us ing gorilla glue in. Your is your skin or your clothing. It doesn't mention hair. That's a really good point. That's a really good. I mean if i was reading that it was like don't put it on your skin. Don't put it in your eyes and don't even get it on your clothing. I would think they didn't mention hair. During brown's weekend trip to the er healthcare workers put on the back of her head but instead of getting to the root of the problem. It burned her scalp and only made the glue. The glue gooey before hardening backup because it's gorilla glue gorilla glue is today aware of the dilemma and tweeted a statement reading and that that shows compassion doesn't it. I mean that shows you really taking this seriously when you tweet We are very sorry to hear about the unfortunate incident that miss brown experienced using our spray adhesive on her hair. We're glad to see in a recent video that miss brown has received medical treatment from her local medical facility and we wish her the best the company goes on to reiterate that its product is not indicated for use in or on hair as it is considered permanent. Not at all about you. But i think we could lose a monkey taylor too. I think we could I think we could lose. You know I don't know the beak that isn't shaped right Because some people. I'm sorry some birds can't Gather food And so maybe the beak needs to be shaped differently and darwin would come in There are some people that know. Don't use lawnmower on roof to remove snow. i say. Let him get chopped up as they're falling down let them as they're rolling off the roof and the lawnmower is still running but it's now in front of them and flipped upside down. I think that's good so lawnmower lands you land in the bottom part of the lawnmower with the moving blades. I'm okay with that. i'm okay with that. If you're that stupid you shake your hair should stick together forever and we should know we should know who were dealing with when she comes in is like. Hey we should be able to go. Oh yeah you're the we. Now return to the american dumpster fire already in progress. Let me tell you about timeshare termination team you want to get. The process started to get out of that. Timeshare you'll get twenty percents off when you terminate your timeshare so make sure you tell him. I sent a twenty percent off. And they're gonna get you legally out of this thing forever. How much money has this thing actually cost you well. 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A photographer has alleged that marilyn manson forced to females fans to strip what yes manson his real name apparently not maryland also plied fans with alcohol before ordering them to take off their tops. Speaking to the mirror. Von stein said that she was picked from a crowd of fans by manson's minders escorted to his tour bus. One an honor then allegedly She hit the back of the group as a musician. Pointed to the group of other women instruct instructed them to strip. She said he wanted to see you. Had the biggest And the best. Everyone was a bit surprise because made it feel normalized like it was fun. Now when i'm ed what he made. That was fun. Yeah when when my daughter would go to a marilyn manson You know concert which didn't happen. But if she would go a she would have been the first on the bus. She would obey time. Nothing could happen after with a rocker. Good advice for young parents. They don't understand this. If you're at a concert and the band members want you to go in there bus you just let them go. Let your kids go right away right away. It's horrible things can happen. Apparently he was surrounded by older people and he was dominating and nobody felt that they could say no to him because the older people were there seems like such a good guy and then he would do something like this. Looks like one of those crazy dogs with the blue brown. I what could go wrong on a tour bus anything anymore. Monkey tales Okay let me tell you about gold line. They are offering six percent promotional metals delivered directly to you. If you get the qualifying retirement account purchase. This is so important. I mean we have frasier times ahead of us. It is really really important that you protect yourself. Goldline special also on grated liberty coins. These are the old you know. Twenty dollar gold pieces from one hundred and some years ago. 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I mean it was thirty. Eight hundred in march so you got thirty. Eight hundred could have jumped thirty eight hundred in march of last year now. A lot of things fell right in march. So if you bought radio bottom corona virus if you bought it before that you could less than ten thousand very easily i. It's been incredible. I mean it really is coming. The herd is coming because of elon. Musk yesterday He invested one point. Five billion dollars. Tesla did in to Bitcoin you know they're coming after him now. Like know he's been hyping this up what he says. I liked bitcoin. So do i. I mean you don't have a right to say that. That's that's our another manipulating the market will. They're saying he bought it in december so and he was tweeting about after december as well. So that supposed to stop right believing in it and it was just you know again. His company bought it. He was saying good things about it. Yeah i don't know that you. I think pretty much. If you look at any company the things they invested. They're going to say good things about that's of a normal thing that companies do tell you one thing i don't like we fought one point. Five billion eight. Bitcoin that's-that's over. What are you insane. I mean like what's incredible is if you remember if you're listening to this show if you're listening to this show and you listen early. You're very wealthy right now but if you happen to Not us because we didn't take our own advice. Yeah well i mean you know. I did a little bit. I mean certainly didn't win was in it. And i think i was told. What was it thirty dollars or thirty cents. It was really ridiculous because you met with one of the leaders of market riessen. Who's like the guy who has coin. He basically coin base ratings of budget. It's different companies was a huge believer in bitcoin. Super super early. And if glenn had listened to his advice and some on the left might be happy with this. You would not be hearing him talk right now because he'd be on an island somewhere but thirty. I think it was thirty cents when he was older thirty cents and i was like that. I don't know there's nothing to this and talking about the computer money in computer in your wallet but even later i mean we were talking about it for three two three four five six hundred and all the way up to in the beginning of two thousand seventeen who was at one thousand and even that seemed like it was high at the time that it had that big run up the bump the quote unquote bubble right and it went up to nineteen thousand nine hundred wherever was almost at twenty thousand and now when you look at the all time graph of bitcoin. It's just looks like a little blip that twenty seventeen looks like a little blip even halfway up to the price and now this this huge runup and it's funny because one of the arguments at that time after a collapse there's lots of haters who came in and said this is nothing. It never was anything if people don't we're not gonna print and spend money it's not a what is inflation going to be a big problem in the future. No of course not. Bitcoin makes no sense and what people who are pro. Bitcoin argued was that this is going to look more like the internet. Where you had that. I quote unquote internet bubble in two thousand and i was like. Oh gosh what a joke pets.com. And now it's just running our entire economy right and so you had that early one. That little bump came down. I mean there's been several bubbles over the years with bitcoin but it's raged back to huge huge improvements. Your you know year after year. I think because what's happened was all the little people got destroyed. And then the big money sat there and they were like okay we ready. Can we invest. Can we do this. And so all of the the hedge funds all of the big businesses you know goldman sachs etcetera etcetera. They put in They put in systems that could invest in. Bitcoin watched it and now the hurt is coming. I mean i've i've heard that apple is Talking about investing five billion dollars. I would be new be. It would be huge but it would be stupid to release that information before you buy right you so you trust that elon. Musk is still corky enough. That people will look at that and say oh well. it's elon. Musk and he does all sorts of wild things to become but he gets in does it. Yeah that is a total. I think this is the difference between my generation understands gold the young generation this is digital gold. That's the way they view it is digital gold and I've you gold is gold. And i like both bitcoin and gold But i think they're both being driven by the same thing. This the money thing is going to be over soon. It's going to be over and if you don't when you look at the price of bitcoin don't think you have to buy a bitcoin you don't you can put one hundred dollars into it and still make money If you don't have. I've been saying this for five years. Can you imagine when. I first started saying this if you would have put money into it if you do. If you don't have a one hundred dollars in bitcoin. I used to say no when it was just a dollar if you don't have one hundred dollars in bitcoin Your fool because this is life changing money. If you don't. Have you know five hundred dollars in bitcoin. Now you're still a fool because it's not done doubling. Its not a again we're not. We don't know where the price of bitcoin is going. But i still thought term. It's hard not to be optimistic. Still think that the central banks. You could come in at any time in crush. It shows me money. You're willing to lose ryan. But it is some at some level gambling. But i mean even as late as october glenn. It was still at ten thousand up in october up. It's a five time. Since then. I don't know if it's going to hold onto this stuff. I mean the elon. Musk stuff in. Some ways makes me nervous because people get so hyped up about whatever. He says he's going to say something else next week. And i assume all the people who are who jumped in for elon. Musk are going to go. Run to doj coin or whatever he's talking about next time he does choline is a is a meme it's a it's a it was built as a joke right initially but it's been around for a long time now allah. It's hit all time highs. Because he's been talking about it which is like eight since it is like asking but still don't have eight cents does going right along eight cents dose eager nuts. Think of that. You could have bought a penny you eight times your money right now. You'd have eight cents a mathematician. It gets you to deep into the calculus. Think of that would you be. Would you show up. No offense. Glenn we'd never i know i'm with you. I'm with you You know. I personally if i had five percents i'd never speak to you. Hey you know. We all have our own standard. And if you don't have five cents right now you all right American financing ever since the start of the krona virus pandemic the mortgage and real estate industries have been among the few economic bright spots. Home equity is up. The mortgage rates are are way down. Now i have been reading lately that they are starting to come up What was the company one. One financial house was saying that they're going to start raising interest rates. I don't know what you're doing sarah just plain keyboard. I got it The in london however they're saying in the next sixty days mortgage rates will go to below zero so they will start paying you to take the money now. The reason why they have bitcoin gold anyway. right now if you have a mortgage that is more than three or four percent. You need to refinance. It need to refinance navigating. Home loans can be tricky. The banks a god only knows what they're listening to the first hour of the show today if you want to know what the banks are up to. 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It's the right thing to do so either. Learned a whole whatever jar or something. Welcome welcome to the two. Thousands learn to code and these one point four million jobs. I mean we're gonna have a lot of people learning how to code. You know what i'm saying here He's firmly committed to raising the minimum wage to fifteen dollars. Oh by the way. I also forgot to tell you that. In addition to the jobs lost the wage hike according to the c. b. o. would cause a corresponding rise in the price of general goods and services so because minimum wage is now fifteen dollars. People will have more money to buy things and so they can buy things At a higher price and so the costs Will go up as your wage goes up. Which is weird because that never happens inflation with more money out there no never happens never never no never also some really good news now that that is the problem. But here's the cure. Washington state is now proposing a one percent levy on wealth of more than a billion dollars. Well i mean really. I mean roseanne barr said it really should be one hundred million and then execution after that And she was serious but washington state is a little more reasonable. You can have a billion dollars but then you get a wealth tax of one of one percent so this is really going to help the economy. I mean think about how much. Money jeff bezos. He's you know he's from. He's from seattle and he's got what two hundred two hundred billion dollars on my. He's gonna go two billion dollars every year and he won't even know i bad news for you. He no longer lists. They're no longer lives. I mean he does now but the second you pass this bill. He will no longer live there. Oh and so you will get zero dollars from gang awesome. Well you still have a bill gates. Okay yeah that's true what gets He's gonna he's gonna pay about a billion terrible news really he doesn't live there anymore. Really wow that. That's how could you project this stuff you would know. There's like no what you know. These guys have resources to buy new homes and other places. We'll wait a minute just a second. I mean according according to You know the people are proposing this ninety. Seven percent of the revenue from this tax is going to fall on four people off terrible news. Four people live there really. yeah well. that's a weird you in the really rich person that lives in the american. How about never was really yeah. It's i know high. No it's so sad. That is weird and it's just totally unforeseen. How could you possibly know that these billionaires would move out of the state when you pass a tax like this. I know i know 'cause two billion dollars. That's chump change. Yeah who even needs who even needs two billion dollar. Not me. And if i had if i had two hundred and the the government is already made a bunch of money on me because i've been paying taxes to make that money and then they say oh you have too much now so i'm gonna take you know two billion from you. I would think to myself what could two billion dollars to i mean. I used to be able to buy gum. Remember you go into a store and buy some bubble gum and you'd get the little cartoon inside the gum and everything you get. The little comic strip used to be less than two billion dollars used to be less than two billion dollars. Now what can i do with two billion dollars is like you know it's like a dollar you have two hundred dollars you lose a dollar two dollars. Okay big deal. That's the way things about billion early does and he gets to do that. Every year level happen is in gates and all these other guys will move out of the state. Because they'll say you know what we were. We just needed warmer weather. We agree with the wealth tax. We think it's the right thing to do. We do we no longer. You know what they're so. It's so rainy rainy there. Oh my gosh if you rain but if you're there and it's raining take comfort in the fact that just living there for two years will cost you four billion dollars. I mean who doesn't say yes to that. I don't know it's a it's a deal. I don't know how you could turn it down. No and you know what happens of course when you have the elizabeth warren of the world who want to do this. Because they'll make this point the same point that i'm making which is as soon as you implement this tax people will leave the states. Why you need to do it fats relating to do it federally when i say. Hey they're just going to move out of the country that's why we need to punish them for leaving the country and take their money before they leave. Well they've already done that. They've already passed that law. You ain't getting out with. You're not leaving this country. Remember when i said that what fifteen years ago. I found that little article in the wall street journal and it was about. I don't remember charlie rangel or somebody that was passing. I looked at you. And i said what do they know that. We don't know there now. Penalizing you for the very first time if you want to move away from america and take your money with you. That's why and i can't recommend this highly enough. If you happen to have two billion dollars put it all in does coin now and then if you don't have eight billion dollars into those coins moron. Yeah how do you not have eight billion dollars in dumas invested eight billion dollars in dose coin. When it was only a penny now you have sixty four billion dollars coin. Think of that. Which i think if you started selling your sixty four billion doj coin the doj coin price might drop time selling it. Yeah perhaps so. That's why you ha- whenever you have does coined you just hang onto it forever until it turns into the world's only currency what six months away in six months everyone will only have does coin. And then you'll come back to the show and you'll say wow i've listened to stu wha when he was saying does coin at eight cents. You know what i think the. Us dollar is going to be a lot like doj going. Each one eight cents. Yeah if you don't have a dollar in eight cents Right now urine. Urine idiot by the way the co founder and ceo of Taint him Has Said the state of washington might lose its competitiveness if it raises taxi on taxes on the wealthy. Oh what a hater idiot. Astor her more. Hello glenn beck.