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Will Candace Owens Run for Office in 2024?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:10 min | Last month

Will Candace Owens Run for Office in 2024?

"Just wanted to call in. Ask you a quick question. How often do you speak with Candace Owens and is she planning on running in 2024? Is she going to be one of these guys vice president? Well, I talked to Ken and zones often. I just talked to it like two days ago, but it's not one time that she says she's going to run for president. So I mean, rough of president or vice president. So, but I mean, I don't know, man. You know, I think that to be honest, you know, I think that Candace being a vice president would be crazy. You know, I mean, crazy and the fact that they're not going to be able to handle her. You know, I'm not on the train of go ahead and they think go ahead. I love watching her debate and I love watching her debate. I love watching her wreck these liberal retard and I don't know. I think it should be at least campaign manager or something she needs to be on one of their teams because she not only does she destroy the stereotype or whatever, but she also is just like one of the smartest people, let alone a woman. She's one of the smartest people I've ever

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Why Dennis Was Very Moved at a Recent Daily Wire Event

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:04 min | Last month

Why Dennis Was Very Moved at a Recent Daily Wire Event

"Last night, 3000 people, the vast majority of whom were young. In other words, I would say under 35. Certainly under 40. To the great credit of daily wire that sponsored the event that's the Ben Shapiro organization. 3000 people. Again, mostly young. And Ben and his daily wire are associates all terrific guys, many of whom have been guests on my show, had a dialog. Then there was intermission. Then I was introduced, we Ben and I spoke, then we had Jordan Peterson, he was introduced. The people did not expect the people did not expect me, and they did not, they did not expect Jordan, so there was a real eruption of sentiment that applause. It was very, I was very moved in both cases for myself and for Jordan. So then Candace Owens was a Candace Owens. I forgot to mention, was there from the beginning. So yeah, I'm going to ask a good question, Sean asks if there's a video you can watch. You would love it. You would truly love it. I mean, Jordan Peterson Ben Shapiro, Candace Owens, myself, and three, four of his top people at daily wire. It was one of those moments where one of my personal attitudes was expressed itself. And that is, there are two types of temperaments, those who people who want to be stars from those who want to be on an all star team. My own temperament is I want to be on an all star team. So I felt that I was on one last night, and it was, it was a wonderful experience

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Why the Man Is the Leader in His Home

The Officer Tatum Show

01:44 min | 2 months ago

Why the Man Is the Leader in His Home

"I'm going to talk about fathers real quick because I don't know what it's like to be a mama. I know what it's like to be a father. I know what it's like to be a man. I don't know what it's like to be a woman. And I know what God is called us men to do. And that is to lead. The reason our society is struggling is because men are not leading. We're letting our wise lead. We supposed to be leaders. And I know some people may not like to hear that, but boo, if you a Christian, you better follow with the Bible say, Christ is the head of the church. The man is the head of the household. That's not negotiable. And if you married to a man that ain't leading, kicking in his butt and telling me to take his rightful rightful position. Men have to lead ladies and gentlemen. Get you, especially you single folks. You young women, I know some of y'all are powerhouses. I know some of y'all work hard. Some of y'all are smart. You travel, you're well informed, will get you a man that's traveling well informed. Let me give you an example. Candace Owens, for example. Now, y'all know how awesome Candace Owens is. Now, how in the world she gonna find a man, this is awesome. Her husband is one of the smartest men that I've ever met. Business savvy, good-looking, well traveled, ayy, that's what you gotta do. Candace can't be with no simp. He can't be GMB no scrub. Because then she'd be wearing a pants in her family. And I say this all the time with his power for his candidacy is when I go over their house, her husband is wearing the pants of the family. It ain't even up for question. You go in the house, you know who's the man of the house. And they don't mean that a woman can't do her thing. You see what Candace do all over the world? But she has a strong man that can lead and give direction, and she submissive to her husband.

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Candace Owens on Standing Up for Parents' Rights

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Candace Owens on Standing Up for Parents' Rights

"What we need to empower parents again. And when I say in power parents, I'm speaking on an individual household basis, right? I don't care what the PTO moms think. I really don't. I just do not give a damn. So your kid, if your kid has ever not able to go to a camp or whatever because he's not vaccinated, just doesn't matter, right? Yeah, not for me. I'll find the ones that he's allowed to go to, right? And too bad on them. He's healthy. It's so bizarre to me. You're treating a healthy person like they're sick and fortunately because of COVID, parents are awakened to how bizarre it is, right? You're saying that there's nothing wrong with my kid. Mikey doesn't have COVID. Even if my kid did have COVID, he's a child, so he has an effective 0% rate of becoming ill from this, right? And yet you're saying to me, my child can't do activities unless they roll up their sleeve and risk getting myocarditis. That's insane. That's not worth the trade off for me. Let me just say this to parents are listening to this. You only get when it comes to your health. It's just one time, you're born with it, you get your health, right? If your child gets myocarditis, there's no cure or fix for that. You've ruined the rest of his life. Potentially for a Facebook post to say, my child graduated. I got so many emails from moms and dads. He's only got one semester left to go, right? Horrible circumstance to be in, by the way. I am completely sympathetic to that. Imagine COVID hits, you have one semester left to go. And they say, well, he's got a rope receiving at the vaccine. And parents are going, I paid all this money, man. I just want him to get the freaking certificate. Wrong decision man, right? You're playing with his health. Now, imagine if you're that parent that did that in your child, suffered from a heart attack, had mild has myocarditis. We have listeners where that's happened. Right, right paralyzed. Paralyzed. I mean, think about the guilt. Think about the guilt that that parent would have for the rest of your life and you do that for a

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Candace Owens and Charlie Discuss Amber Heard

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Candace Owens and Charlie Discuss Amber Heard

"Four years later, now we got the Amber Heard situation, which you're going to laugh. You ready to laugh? I don't know who Amber Heard was, okay? See? I did. And such a Charlie thing to say. I'm very honest about my pop culture illiteracy. And someone said oh, she was the woman with the orange hair in Aquaman. I said that doesn't narrow it down. You know what to be fair. I don't know her as an actress. I know her as the person who dated Johnny Depp. Oh, is that right? Right. So I know her because I follow culture, but she's definitely not known for her acting abilities. Like the idea is she was a hot woman, right? Who got into positions of power and she hit the lotto when Johnny Depp fell under her spell. Under her spell. Yeah. And so the whole trial happens, apparently she liked defecated on his bed or something, which is like she did. And she blamed it on a poor innocent dog that can't defecate the size of a human being. I just want to be clear. What kind of a dog was it? It was like a little. It was a little Yorkshire terrier. Yeah, it was. It was a puppy Yorkshire. Yeah, and she said that that was his poop. And it was like, and Johnny was just like, all I can say is like, Yorkshire cherries don't defecate that size. And I was so happy about this case. And it goes back to Charlie's one of the things that you and I talk about all the time, which is that conservatives don't understand why fighting for culture is so important. And I get so annoyed with the who cares about this case. You know, we talk about the Jeffrey Epstein case. We need to talk about both, right? And we need to remember Andrew breitbart's words that politics is downstream from culture. And this case was so important for these last 5 years of women, just usurping so much power for themselves under the auspices of this bizarre movement that just declared that women don't

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Candace Owens Sounds Off on #MeToo

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 2 months ago

Candace Owens Sounds Off on #MeToo

"Four years ago, Candace, you went on this stage. I'm so excited. And you told the world what? That I did not support the me two movement. And turning point, USA's organization, almost burned to the ground, so I'm going to give a lot of credit to you right now, Charlie. So basically, me too started trending, like the online Twitter movement, started trending, because that's all it was really, was a Twitter movement. And it just lacked substance. It was so obvious to me what all the holes were going to be in this. And I basically tweeted that I would not support the me too movement. And that it weakened women. And obviously, it's bad for men. And oh my gosh, the floodgates. First, foremost, like turning point, USA, obviously. Has a lot of young girls that work here, which is amazing, and it's great in college, you know, a lot of young college women, and they took that as Candice Owens doesn't support rape victims, which is what the intention of the movement was, right? To say either you support the movement, me too, or you support rapists, which is what they're always doing, right? Either you support Black Lives Matter, the organization, or you hate black people. And we walked into, I remember Andrew, your PR guy was like, every single person, he's here now for the people that are watching this and not just listening to it. But every single news reporter Daily Beast, everyone wanted us to make a comment and there was so much pressure on Charlie to speak out against what Candace have said. Like you had to say something and just toe the line and say, no, no, no, no, we supported me two more organization. A couple people at turning point quit. I remember that. Quit over employees quit over it. Employees quit were like crying, saying, how could she and not support the me too movement? What you held the line? We did hold the line. Thank you. I mean, the credit is to you. You were, it was very funny. It happened before why WS at first. And it was either a tweet or a tweet, always a tweet always a tweet. And then what was awesome is that you gave the speech AWS and you tripled down. It was like, it was like, all right, I just want to tell all of you. And what was awesome though is a majority of the people agreed. You know, you kind of see in the back row. They were like a little like snobby like weak people. But you were like, you know, we're not going to do mob justice in this

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The Makings of a Conservative Majority With Newt Gingrich

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:18 min | 2 months ago

The Makings of a Conservative Majority With Newt Gingrich

"This. I think social media is also helping us a lot where a lot of black and Hispanic voters otherwise would have been just kind of listening to propaganda radio or television, but they're exposed to new and exciting voices like Candace Owens or Brandon Tatum, where they're getting the other side of the story for the first time, maybe 20 or 30 years ago. It wouldn't have been as possible. And also, unfortunately, the dominance of Democrats destroying these cities. It's now 50 years, 60 years. They've had their turn, and there is that kind of narrative that is seeping in, such as look at Detroit before and after Democrat rule. I mean, in certain, you've seen those pictures where almost Nagasaki has done better post atomic bomb than Detroit under Democrat rule. And then finally, and I love your thoughts on this. I think Republicans are doing better at candidate selection and asking for the vote. It's almost like there's this new sense of confidence thanks to president Trump where we're going to go and ask for the vote, such candidates like Herschel Walker and others. What are your thoughts on all that? Well, I think first of all, I think you're right on and I think you put your finger on a very fascinating part of this. Kevin McCarthy set out in 2020 to recruit candidates and people thought the House Republicans would lose 25 seats. They gained 15. That's a swing of 40 from what the experts thought would happen. Well, the 15 they gained every single one of them was either a woman or a minority and in some cases, as with two Korean American women in Southern California, a woman and a minority. And McCarthy talks constantly about base broadening and he talks about this opportunity to expand the brand, not just to focus in a narrow way on the old base. All of this was made possible by two things. One was Trump's effectiveness in communicating and in delivering the fact is you look at the price of gasoline two 35, I think, when Trump left office, you look at the price of gasoline now, you look at the price of food when Trump left office, you look at the price of food now. You look at the border getting controlled under Trump. You look at the chaos and the border now. You look at the crime rate under Trump. And Trump, I think, by now, would have very aggressively gone after these George Soros elected district attorneys who are refusing to prosecute

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'Do Not Burn This Country' With Dave Rubin

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:57 min | 3 months ago

'Do Not Burn This Country' With Dave Rubin

"Do not burn this country, everybody. That is the sequel. Is that fair to say? It is the sequel, and I have to say this is quite an excellent book. Now that I'm really diving into it here, this is you actually get a chance to read amazing. By Dave Rubin, the first book was don't burn this book. Now the question is did anyone actually try to burn the book? Well, we had people that tried to digitally burn it. Oh, is that right? The freak sun Reddit and those Internet weirdos that coordinate to ruin Amazon reviews and things like that. That's what I would call a digital book burning. I don't know that anyone that was out there. Like actually burning the book. But now it's don't burn in the country, which is surviving and thriving in our woke dystopia by Dave Rubin. We're going to spend the whole hour talking about this and just kind of some news of the day stuff. But let's just dive right into it. Tell us, kind of what's in this book? What's the argument you're making? Well, the argument is we're running out of time, and we better figure out what to do here. This is something that you and I have talked about for a long time, Charlie, and on the inscription. Is this the one that I wrote to you? I will even read it to the audience because I know how happy you are about this. One of the great things about this inscription right over here, this is the book that I sent Charlie a couple of weeks ago in the book came out. I wrote Charlie. Okay, fine. You were right. I did become a conservative, because years ago, we were sitting in a car after an event, I think we did at the university of Berkeley, where antifa showed up and people were yelling and pulling fire alarms, and we're very, very scary, and we were also with that very scary Candace Owens. She told people out. And we're in the car after the event. And you know, we're talking about free speech. We actually disagreed on some stuff on stage, but they didn't care. They just want to yell you yell at you and shut you down and the whole thing. And we were in the car on the way back on to dinner and you said, Dave, you will be a conservative one day. And I didn't really push back that hard because I could see the road. The road was being laid right in front of me. I could see it. Now, we can all whittle down the argument of what exactly is a conservative. That doesn't really matter, and the beauty of, I would say, what sort of is happening on this new right as some people are calling it, is that you can agree to disagree on some stuff. And even if the show I did in Phoenix last night at the improv that you opened for, we got into it with the crowd because I play with the crowd a lot. And people do disagree on things. People have disagreements, even when it comes to something like abortion. And yet can still all call themselves conservatives. That's a beautiful thing. So this book really is about, well, look, the woke have destroyed an awful lot, right? I mean, if you look at what's gone on in these last 5 years, the woke have decimated all of our institutions, education institutions, cultural institutions, entertainment, just institutions, corporate institutions, et cetera. So you have to acknowledge that and as my friend Jordan Peter would say, Peterson would say, you have to give the devil his due man, we may not like what they're doing, but they have done it, and you have to actually say, wow, they did something. And that's important to acknowledge, otherwise you can't fight against

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Charlie Sees Such Great Promise Across the Country

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | 3 months ago

Charlie Sees Such Great Promise Across the Country

"You asked a question about what I'm seeing. I'm seeing such great promise across the country. When we visit college campuses at turning point USA, we have a big problem. We can't find rooms big enough to be able to fit all the kids that want to show up to our events. At Berkeley, Cal Berkeley, everybody, the liberal epicenter, and look, I'm very sensitive to spiritual oppression. When you go to Berkeley, I literally brought a guy that does deliverance with me. Victor marks. You might know him. He's special. Has he ever spoke at this church? Oh, he should. He's great. I brought my own deliverance guy, okay? It's like some people will bring a personal trainer. You got to bring a delivery sky when you go to Berkeley. And we, there were people knocking on the Windows trying to get into our event at Berkeley that wanted to hear what we had to say. Couldn't find a room big enough. Same problem at Boulder. Same problem at Fullerton. Where was I last night? Yeah, and Milwaukee last night with Candace Owens. And we had so many people, the great Candace Owens. And we had so many people wanting to come in. And the polling shows this, by the way, the polling shows that most young people are dissatisfied with the regime, 21% approval rating of Joe Biden, but it's deeper than this the politics, right? That's just kind of their complaint against what's happening. There is a curiosity. There's a yearning.

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Elon Musk Reaches Deal to Buy Twitter

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 4 months ago

Elon Musk Reaches Deal to Buy Twitter

"I'll be honest, I was cynical. I was very cynical leading into this. I was skeptical and cynical, I should say. To think that Elon Musk would be able to pull off a purchase of Twitter, seemed impossible. Albeit almost just incomprehensible. You see, we have grown conditioned to believe that the ruling class, the people in charge of our country, the elites, their largely untouchable. There's very little we could do to actually challenge their power. In fact, I was asked a question last week at university to Wisconsin Milwaukee with Candace Owens. And we both kind of had the attitude that it's very unlikely that Elon Musk will be able to pull this off. That Elon Musk, despite being the world's richest man, will be met with poison pill measures and backlash at every turn that Elon Musk will, despite having more money and more access to capital, he will struggle to be able to navigate the kind of deep state tactics of corporate America. But today, even though we've been very skeptical, it looks like this is more likely than not to happen. Twitter shares jump today on reports the company is nearing a deal with Elon Musk that could be announced as soon as today. Twitter's board met with Sunday to discuss Musk's financing plan for his proposed bid. The board negotiated with Musk into the early hours of Monday, according to The New York Times, their investment bankers are telling the Twitter board like you better look at this deal very carefully and closely because it is way overvalued way over what the company is actually valued at, which is closer to $30 a share. Musk is offering, I think, 42 to 43 to $44 a share upwards of $50 a share. The lawsuits, the backlash would have been overwhelming. And Twitter is left with really no choice. They would have been slammed with fiduciary complaints. I would have joined it as well as I own two shares of Twitter in case this goes to a tender offer. I want to be able to vote for Elon's takeover. And it looks like this deal could get

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How Does Charlie Have So Much Energy?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 4 months ago

How Does Charlie Have So Much Energy?

"Charlie, how and where do you get all this energy to travel over the place and do these events at the same time be married and tend to your marriage and have time to do hillsdale courses? I'm just ashamed of myself and my time management. Thanks so much, shabu. So look, we do a lot and we don't we don't rest a lot. But, you know, we do three hours of radio a day, which translates to three podcasts a day. We do one on Saturday one on Sunday. Just this week, I had an event every single night except Monday. Kris kross in the country, not to mention the work we do at turning point USA. And running that and managing that, we have a great operational team thankfully that we've been able to put there, but also raising the money for turning point and our 250 plus full-time employees. So look, I don't sit still well. There's work to do. I mean, you got to make a decision in your life where you just kind of sit around and hope things get better. You're going to start to do things. And you will live a much more meaningful life if you act. You'll live a much more meaningful life if you figure out the teleological reason for existence, which is just a really fancy, unnecessarily academic way of saying the purpose. What is your purpose? And so we've definitely found ours. And it's a grind sometimes. Travel the country, you're in new places every single day. We're doing one event tonight and then we got the two tomorrow and next week will be in Fresno and we have not we only missed and it was mainly because of a tactic up one hour of radio this week. So we were on the entire week, we also did the event with the great Candace Owens, a university of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and that's coming off of last week where we did Berkeley boulder and Fullerton in a 72 hour window, and only missed one day of radio last week. So you guys helped make all that possible when you get behind our program and you help turning point USA and you help us. You subscribe to the Charlie Kirk, show podcast. Look, we're a podcast of action. And there's radio program of action. There's very few that are like that.

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Los Angeles Reinstates Mask Mandate on Transit

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 4 months ago

Los Angeles Reinstates Mask Mandate on Transit

"This one is about mask mandates and what is going on in Los Angeles. This one is from Quinn in Iowa. Charlie, what is going on with the mask mandates in LA? I'm traveling there in a couple weeks and I'm very worried that I'm going to have to wear a mask. Thanks so much. So yes, Los Angeles is now reinstituting mask mandates because the science can change so quickly. Let's play cut one O 5, new transportation mask mandate back into effect. Play cut one O 5. Well, pat basically, if you plan on traveling by plane train or automobile, at least in a public setting, well, you're going to need one of these again, because starting at midnight, the mask mandate will go back into effect for those public transportation settings. Mask mandate is back. What is the purpose of the mask mandate, especially what is the purpose of the mask mandate for children? Candace Owens made a very profound point at our campus tour together. Where she said, look, when we look at China, we ask the question, why won't they rise up? Why won't they push back against the tyranny? One of the reasons is that the children of China or even the adults now have no memory of freedom. They have nothing to fight back for. We don't have a memory of something, then there really isn't a reference point. They want an entire generation to be raised, without any form of a memory of freedom. This is exactly why they're putting masks on children. There is zero epidemiological reason to have a child wear a mask. Zero, period. However, the reason they are trying to have children wear masks is they don't want them to know what it's like to not wear a mask. They want them to be more likely to listen to orders and not question authority. They want them to be less likely

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Activists Pulled Fire Alarm to Prevent Charlie From Speaking

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:46 min | 4 months ago

Activists Pulled Fire Alarm to Prevent Charlie From Speaking

"In Milwaukee, Wisconsin with the phenomenal Candace Owens, standing room only we could have packed it out even more, but it was on campus, which was really great. Thank you to the university of Wisconsin Milwaukee for allowing us to host it. So we've been doing this for a couple of years. I personally and also canvas and I and we at turning point USA have been doing this for ten years now. We've seen a lot and we've seen protests. We've seen attempts at disruption and interruption. We've seen people throw stuff at us trying to play music to drown us out, Candace and I have been driven out of restaurants, had water thrown at us, like harassment, death threats, the whole gamut, right? We really experienced it all. One thing that I've heard, though, in the past, and I always kind of had it in the back of my mind, was a was a tactic that is used primarily, by the way, in northeast schools. Ivy League schools and Canadian schools as well is a rather brutal and embarrassing. It is an illegal tactic. It is against the law to do which is to pull a fire alarm in the midst of the event. And so Candace and I get our event started and we're having a nice time and everyone's really excited and really energized and there you go, three to 5 minutes into the event. You know, the fire alarm's going off. And people are getting a little nervous, and I knew exactly what was happening. And we'll get the clip out. It's actually kind of a fun clip. Okay, Andrew's getting the audio. We could do it today or tomorrow whenever. We'll put it on social media. And as soon as it hits, you know, everyone's gonna look around. What do we do? I say everyone, don't go anywhere. So we are not leaving. The chances that there is a fire is like nothing, this is a tactic to try to get this event canceled. And imagine if we would have actually fallen for the fire alarm, we all would have had to leave the building in the cold super rainy kind of sleet E 35°, Milwaukee evening, come back in. It would have disrupted the event totally. That's their intent. And so then the intercom comes from above and they say, the fire alarm has been activated, please leave the building. And I said, yeah, we're going to leave the building if you can prove there's a fire. And the audience enjoyed that. So we didn't leave. We kind of stayed put. And then after a couple minutes, our wonderful security team, of course, they knew it was all about. They went right to it, and they got the alarm all sorted out. Now, this was a masked hooded still anonymous individual who broke the law. You are not allowed to erroneously pull fire alarms with the intent of trying to disrupt an event. I don't think it's a felony, but it's definitely against the law. And I want you to think about this though. This is something I was reflecting on last evening, which is how far has this country fallen, where when I'm on stage, my first instinct and reaction, as soon as I hear fire alarm, is not that something is wrong, but someone wants me to leave the building. And that's not a

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Hollywood Should Apologize to Black Conservatives

The Larry Elder Show

01:05 min | 4 months ago

Hollywood Should Apologize to Black Conservatives

"What Hollywood, however, should apologize for, is for the way they treat conservatives. Particularly those who are conservative of color. The aforementioned Will Smith in a rap song where he basically was defending himself against those who accuse him of lacking street Cred, called me an Uncle Tom and his song. Snoop Dogg, who is beloved by Hollywood. Has almost 20 million followers on Twitter, referred to Candace Owens and other black conservatives as part of a coon bunch. Did Hollywood ever come to the defense of those who are considered to be outcasts of society, IE, conservatives, prickly, conservatives of color, of course not. But if you're gay, if you're a transgender, if you're a Latina, if you are a black person, if you are an Asian American person, if you are a member of a racial minority, long as your liberal, Hollywood is there for you.

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Bio-Labs and Deep State Lies: The Truth With Candace Owens

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 5 months ago

Bio-Labs and Deep State Lies: The Truth With Candace Owens

"Work in Ukraine to eliminate the remnants of Soviet Union's illegal biological program. Like, okay, it takes 17 years to remove a buy a lot. Like maybe like 5, you know, maybe at the TSA speed like ten, but like 17 years to get rid of a bio lab, like really? I mean, that's where we're at the point where. And by the way, they lied about snake island, right? They lied about the ghost of Kyiv. You know, there's been a lot of kind of disinformation. That's what happens in war, right? So here's what it said in WikiLeaks really quick from 2008. We know that somewhat the government was doing in Ukraine from documents released by WikiLeaks. In a 2008 cable, it was revealed by Andrew Weber of OSD CTR, the type of cooperative threat reduction program held a discussion with the Ukrainian official, but the need to create one central lab in Ukraine that would house its most dangerous pathogens because amongst other reasons quote the U.S. seeks to consolidate the strains and pathogens that could be used by terrorists on humans or agricultural targets. That's WikiLeaks in 2008. Right. And this is all, these are the conversations that the American people should be having because as I said, the implications here are much larger and way beyond what's happening between Ukraine and Russia. What is art? We've never gotten an official answer about the Wuhan lab. And we know that American money was there. And I think what they're trying to do is play a game of semantics when it comes to bioweapon, right? Versus biological research. Here's the thing. If you're researching dangerous pathogens, those are weapons, right? If they are leaked out of a lab, they become well weapons. So for them to try to play this game of semantics and go, well, this is just for research purposes. Nobody should be accepting that as an excuse. Why are we researching so many dangerous pathogens? And like I said, the opposition party in Ukraine a few years ago before zelensky locked the guy up, was saying that they were having unusual outbreaks in Ukraine and serbians was reporting on this as well. All around these bio labs that our Department of Defense has been funding. And

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Candace Owens' Theory on the Afghanistan Withdrawal

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 5 months ago

Candace Owens' Theory on the Afghanistan Withdrawal

"You know, one thing that I theorize and obviously I can't prove it at the moment, but our withdrawal from Afghanistan to me seemed really interesting because as soon as we announced our withdrawal China, the leaders came out and said that we instantly recognize Taliban as legitimate government and we're looking to work with them. And the one thing that China does the best is it mines, right? And they've been mining all across the African continent and if you look at what Afghanistan from a resource perspective is rich in, it's either the first or the second in terms of not uranium pardon the lithium, lithium is used for batteries, batteries that are put into cars. Well, one thing that the west has been adamant about is that this is an opportunity, this Russian Ukrainian conflict for us to divest from oil and to look for electric solutions. So I'm theorizing that what we're seeing in the west is that a lot of these families are going long on electric and over and over again, this Biden administration keeps beating that drama electric electric electric. We shouldn't be trying to back on the pipelines. Again, a nonsensical perspective to have when we know that gas prices are going through the roof. It seems like they're trying to force us into the Green New Deal. And I think that that's the only thing that makes the Afghanistan withdrawal makes sense plus what seems to me to be intentional stoking a conflict in the east to be a NATO knowing fully well that for the last three decades. You know, Russia has said that their red line was NATO, expanding eastward. And that's not something that's coming from. Not only coming from the Kremlin, but if you care to look into it, declassified CIA docs, where you can see James baker pardon over and over again insisting that if Germany and Gorbachev pardon, if Gorbachev have agreed to German reunification, that we would agree that we would not expand one inch

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Candace Owens Shares Her Perspective on the Russia-Ukraine Situation

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:22 min | 5 months ago

Candace Owens Shares Her Perspective on the Russia-Ukraine Situation

"More Candace. Welcome back to the program. Thanks for having me. How you doing? I'm doing great. So walk us through your perspective on the Russian Ukrainian situation. How should we be thinking about this? It's a really wild perspective to have that people should not be discriminated against. And it's crazy to me that especially following the aggressive two year Black Lives Matter campaign. This is something that even needs to be said considering we just had the entire world marching hands pretending that discriminatory practices is what was plaguing western society. And yet this breaks out this war breaks out between Russia and Ukraine and everybody gets on board. Absent any facts, by the way. The entire western narrative is let's keep people extremely ignorant with propaganda. And just use emotional engineering when it comes to discussing the issues at hand. I mean, to see the press first and foremost reporting that Putin just woke up one day, right? And this is how stupid it's like telling a story to a toddler who woke up one day, didn't take his crazy pills and then decided to bomb Ukraine. Does that even sound like a serious foreign policy perspective in terms of what's going on in the eastern quarter? Of course not. But this is what they're asking Americans to believe. And unfortunately, ignorance is not a defensive strategy. So ignorance is the strategy that Adolf Hitler and his propagandist employed in World War II and they thought they were winning the war until the very end until they realized they weren't wearing the war. And so even if the truth makes you uncomfortable, it's important that it's discussed from a security perspective so that Americans have a realistic idea of how secure we are right now in terms of what's going on in the western corner and the answer in my opinion is not secure at all. We're not secure at all because it has never been the circumstance that America can't get OPEC to pick up the phone. You know, for America to be calling the leader of Venezuela and asking about oil, which by the way is nonsensical, giving the fact that you're saying Putin is a horrible person. If Putin's a horrible person, wouldn't you think that also the leader of Venezuela, they've been starving at citizens locking them in the country. Would also fit under that category. So it's been, it's just been a lot of nonsense and the left is being played with ignorance. And what we've been just trying to inject across the board is just a more sober analysis of what's happening, which of course includes a realistic discussion about

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Pastor Kim Owens on Pressing Into God's Presence and Praying

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | 6 months ago

Pastor Kim Owens on Pressing Into God's Presence and Praying

"Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to pastor Kim Owens, she and her husband, pastor at church in Peoria, Arizona. Arizona. The other Peoria. There's two, I guess. There's at least two. You were just talking about this idea of pressing in to God's presence and praying. And again, for a lot of people, they don't come from that kind of style. They're very quiet about it. So what do you mean by that? Well, you know, Eric, we've been conditioned through different ebbs and flows of the church throughout time. To go to church. And many times, we go to church, but we don't encounter God. And I don't even want to keep it in a corporate setting, even in our personal lives. It's just like if I go to church or if I do this or do that, then this is Christianity. And those are a part of it, a very vital part of it. But the foundation of Christianity, the foundation of why we're in this is to know God, and to encounter God, even Jacob in the beginning in genesis. And then you go to the woman that bowed at Jesus feet to wash his feet. You know what I'm saying? These encounters and there's many, many encounters between Jacob and that woman that washed Jesus speak. Both of those were God encounters. Holy Spirit encounters that radically altered their lives. And so if we're only conditioned, if we think our Christianity is only about just going to church and doing the proper things, it's very easy to become religious, and we accept just this form of something, but we deny the power

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"owens" Discussed on HISTORY This Week

HISTORY This Week

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"owens" Discussed on HISTORY This Week

"The american press is certainly guilty of this and on the whole they try to use owens's victories in particular to tell a story about american exceptionalism end the american dream. Mark dyson has studied how this happens. L. ones tended to be initially framed. The mainstream white press touting. America's the land of social mobility for every want america's here today riley draper. Put it this way. America wants to demonstrate that it is a world power and they want to show that they're better than germany of course in. So what better. Way to dim the light of the nazis than to say a negro. Beat your best in you. See in the headlines. Owens takes down hitler owens bests the nazi blog american accolade smashers the theory but uconn accua rates and yet when they returned to america they returned to america in america in nineteen. Thirty six is largely segregated. This is in america that does not necessarily accept african americans as equal even the great jesse owens when he returned for zone ticker tape parade in new york. He had to go into the party through the back door. Through the kitchen. Owens and other athletes had dreamed of using their olympic medals to show that black americans deserve equal treatment..

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"owens" Discussed on HISTORY This Week

HISTORY This Week

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"owens" Discussed on HISTORY This Week

"Us floor as one of the preeminent athletes coming all of one of the most significant sports events. The lot of people were looking to see. What jesse owens do in the end owens and several other prominent black athletes say we want to compete and at a meeting of the amateur athletic union. Which will make the ultimate decision. The boycott measure fails by two and a half votes with that. Owens will be able to go to berlin and so will seventeen other black american athletes. Deborah riley draper has researched their stories. I'd never heard another athletes. Other than jesse owens in that spurred my interest in the story. And then when i discovered the two black women attest Airmen a future congressman than one of the first black chemists at kodak. I'm like what jesse owens had all this black excellence around him. There was ralph. Metcalfe ralph metcalfe had been deemed the fastest human on earth cornelius johnson. Skinny high jumper. That seven foot from compton california jesse. Owens's roommate from ohio. State dave albritton qualified. So did jackie robinson's older brother. Mac and two black american women tidy picket. She was incredibly smart athletic shoes. Like five feet and she's fast as they come. She's very feisty and she was fearless and louise stokes. Louise was very shy. But at the same time she understood her own power in july nineteen thirty six eighteen black athletes board the s manhattan for a nine day journey across the atlantic along with hundreds of other members of the us olympic team. So they're on a ship bound for nazi germany and there are no other black americans in their know. Black coaches chaperones just eighteen young people and the two women tidy picket and louis stokes were even further marginalized because they were the only two black women on that ship of four hundred people absolutely..

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"owens" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"owens" Discussed on The Young Turks

"They want to ban teachers from teaching about the kkk. Candice owens just wants everyone to know that conservatives in america are being you know condemned and dehumanize the same way that jews were by the nazis they have no power you guys they have no power i mean they run state legislatures You have right wing. Governors across the country Essentially signing laws that not only suppressed voting rights but also suppressed educators from being able to do their jobs. but you know conservatives. They're the real victims here. They're you know very very sad. Now here's what else senate bill three in texas bands. An individual bears responsibility. The teachers are not allowed to teach this an individual bears responsibility for actions committed in the past by other members of their racer sex. An individuals should feel discomfort guilt anguish or any other form of psychological distress on account of their race or sex. So let's stop right there because understand what that is what that entails so don't make any students feel anguish about this country's awful history of racism of slavery i mean. I don't think that students should feel personally responsible but to say that teaching any type of content that leads to anguish among students to ban. That is we know what they're doing. It's just abundantly clear. And by the way i know i've said this a billion times before i'm going to say it again. It's important to reiterate it critical race. Theory is typically curriculum. That's taught at a graduate level so the critical race theory debates and censorship. That's taking place right. Now is honestly based on fear mongering regarding a non-issue like they're worried and they're they're pretending to be worried that like elementary students like middle school students and maybe even high school students like they're learning critical race theory and the whole point of critical race theories for them to hate their country and to hate the white man. That's not.

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"owens" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"owens" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Why is she calling for censorship of speech on twitter. Because she doesn't like that maggots are trending. And look i mean. I don't condone that type of rhetoric. I think that it is extremely toxic. And i don't think it's helpful. Were already incredibly divided. But i would argue that candace. Oh and should probably take a little bit of responsibility for how her rhetorical takes on controversial issues have also been incredibly divisive and dehumanizing. Now i get to all of that. I do want to go to an older video. Featuring candice owens because while she. I think rightly points to the horrendous barbarism and mass slaughter That was carried out by nazis earlier. She seemed to have a much lighter. Take on who. Hitler was and what his objectives were. I actually don't have any problems at all with the word nationalism. I think that it gets The definition gets poisoned By elitist had actually want globalism. Globalism is what. I what i don't want so when you think about whenever we say nationalism the first thing people think about in at least and america's hitler you know he was a national socialist. But if hitler just wanted to make germany great and have things run. well okay. Fine problem is is that he wanted. He had dreams outside of germany. He wanted to globalize. He wanted everybody to be german everybody to speaking german everybody to look a different way. That's not to me that's not nationalism. I mean if you wanted to just slaughter. Jewish people in germany. It'd be totally fine. But the problem is he wanted to go global. You know what i'm saying. He didn't want to keep it within. Its borders was the real problem now. She walked those statements back a little later because they were insane and deeply deeply offensive ignorant and embarrassing but i would argue that the statement she made today were just as deeply ignorant and embarrassing because to argue that the treatment of conservatives in america can be equated to the persecution and slaughter of jewish people. Under hitler's rule is just look. What world is she living in. I mean six million. Jews were slaughtered by hitler. The nazis six million. We're living in a situation in the united states where conservatives. I mean we can't even.

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"owens" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"owens" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Welcome to typ. I'm your host casts burian and it's going to be an awesome awesome show. Listen i was honest with you guys yesterday okay. The stories slim pickens not a lot of news going on yesterday. It was really frustrating. Today though is a completely different story. We've got a bonanza for you. Okay in the words of jenky. Who isn't here but we'll be back next week. A bonanza so in the first hour today. Candace owens begging for a lesson on economics and you know what. I'm a good person. I want to provide that lesson. So all explained to kansas owens and anyone else who might be confused about why. The healthcare system in america sucks. Why does it. That's the case so we'll do a deep dive into that. Also later in this like an hour. John is roll. It will be joining me to talk about rideshare. Drivers workers taking to the streets. They're protesting their striking and they want to basically call out a prop twenty two in california which has been incredibly disastrous while also calling attention to the necessity for the pro act. So i'll give you those details as well and marjorie taylor green. Of course i mean how could we not talk about her. She is the most attention loving person on the planet but she also as a member of congress seems to have a complete misunderstanding of what hip regulations indicate. So we'll debunk. Some of her lies as well. But before we get to all of it as always just want occurs you guys to like and share the stream to smash that like button if you're not a member smash that Joined button if you're watching us on youtube or go to ty dot com slash joined to become a member. Today's bonus episode is going to be great because i experienced something at the dodgers game yesterday. That enraged me and it has nothing to do with sports but everything to do with capitalist incentives so definitely check that if you remember if you're not a member maybe you should joy just think about it. Think about it all right well with that sad. Let's get to our first story. Which i've been really excited to share with you guys today in an effort to spread anti corona virus vaccine messaging. Candice owens accidentally asked a pretty good question about healthcare in the united states. She did so through tweet. Which i'll share with you right now. She wrote quote. The covert vaccine saves lives. Which is why the government is making it free. Now she's quoted people who make that argument and her response to it is k. So explain to me why insulin. Asthma inhalers cost so much money. If the vaccines are really about the government trying to save your life why do lifesaving. Medicines cost so much. Well you know. That's actually a really great question candidates. I mean she's a member of the media. She's supposed to have some obligation to be an informed individual who then informs our audience but of course. That's not the case especially when it comes to important bread and butter issues like health care and other commodified institutions in the united states. Which really should be thought of as a human right but just to give her short one word answer. The reason is capitalism in both cases capitalism is what fuels the vaccine for corona virus being free capitalism also fuels this disgusting incredibly corrupt healthcare system in america that unfortunately doesn't really serve the best interests of americans so first let's start off with why the corona virus vaccine happens to be free. Is it because the american government wants to do the right thing and they want to take care of their citizens and that's that's just. It was all about morality and doing the right thing. No there is a real financial incentive ensuring that americans get vaccinated and the spread of corona virus either slows down or stops. Because guess what when you have incredibly contagious. Virus the so-called human capital. That's necessary meaning the labor that gets exploited by corporations to help them earn revenue intern prophets. Well that's jeopardized and we can't have that. In fact we gotta do a little bit of a rewind to understand what. I'm saying here so before i do that though. I think this is a perfect opportunity to take a little visit in the.

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"owens" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"owens" Discussed on Everyonecast

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Mob is what is currently ruling America knock common sense, not rights, not justice, but the mob mentality, and so they get up there and they defend criminals. Where is? Is that going to end us. We expect celebrities to virtue signal. We do not expect governors and mayors and duly elected politicians to virtue signal. We expect them to do the right thing to defend the citizens that are abiding by the laws, not to defend the citizens that are breaking the laws, so this message I'm just asking to lack America. What is it that we want? We can't pretend that what we're looking for is equality. We're not looking for equality, right? We had equality. We got bored with equality. We want something more. We want to be treated differently. Want special privileges. We want black privilege accusing people of wanting white privilege. We want special privileges. We want to be able to fire police officers to assault them, and to make it home and to tell police officers. Maybe try later maybe later. I want to be arrested. What we want is to have absolutely zero personal responsibility. You want to be able to point to the white boogeyman for all of our problems all the circumstances that we are in. I'm willing to admit that I'm willing to admit that is the natural trend that black lives matter gone into its on about unarmed black men anymore. It's about arms, black men being protected now. It scares me to think about the direction. That, we are heading towards. It really is because I don't see a way in which we can reconcile our differences reasonably if we don't have enough voices admitting we have a problem in black America. We have a culture problem. We have a cultural problem at is being fostered by a media which Carl's us, and if we are no longer able to discern between what is right, and what is wrong. There's no hope. There's no hope. so I want to thank you guys for listening to this message. It came from the heart for me. Thank you guys for supporting This is the first of many messages that will come directly from me and the Kennesaw and show thanks again. Thank you guys for watching latest episode of the candidates Owen Show I hope. You guys enjoyed the conversation as much as I. Did as many of you guys already know prager? You is a five hundred one C. Three nonprofit profit organization, which means we need your help to keep all of our content free to the public. Please consider making a tax deductible donation today. I would really appreciate your support..

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"My answer to that is how could you think that that represents my community? My community is not a group of men that do drugs is on a group of men who tasers police officers is on a group of men who assault police officers are. Don't want to listen to basic instructions. My community is the larger American community. The community built of law, abiding citizens who WANNA. Make sure that they can raise their children and their families in. In a country that they recognize in a country that is not run by radicals in a country that is free of autonomous cities and states, being built of radical individuals and socialist, screaming and demanding justice and setting fires and rioting and looting businesses that is not the America that I recognize. It is not the America that I want to raise my children as not the America that I want to see my family. Live in and so I, use my voice to speak out against it. My question is why don't you? Do you really feel safe when you look around and you see people demanding that we defined fund the police. Are you believing the lies when politicians tell you that they just want to allocate some of the funding that the police stations have and give it to community centers. Are you not seeing the same signs that I'm seeing in the city. Are you not seeing people holding signs that say abolish the police force. Let me ask you a question. Who Do you think is going to benefit and is going to hurt if there are no police officers in society? Who Do you think hearts? Do you think it's the wealthy people? The celebrities that are standing behind you saying? Yes, we should abolish the police force. The celebrities and the wealthy people who have armed guards in private securities and live behind gated communities. Do think they're fearful. If you abolish the police officers, you think that they need police officers when they've got a team of eight nine ten people protecting them. Or. Is it going to be people that live in impoverished communities? Because what happens when you abolish the police officers, it's not just so imaginary space that pops up and you go okay well I guess there's nothing that's going to happen here. It's a vacuous space now. What happens is somebody pops up to fill in that space that somebody or is usually gang gang bangers than start running the streets. They start being the people that you run to for protections, become street wars, and so the people who live on the streets and the people that will be impacted people that like you and me who will not be able to call nine one one and get protection. Not The wealthy people, not the elites. They'll be fine. It is you to me that will be impacted by that Black America. We are the the minorities that live on the streets Latinos America's. We are the ones that represented the communities that live in Sri that rely on police officers to save our lives. You know ninety nine point nine percent of the time. The correspondences with police officers go just well. But the media doesn't cover that. They don't want to cover that at all because they are insisting on this race war. They don't want to cover all of the young black Americans that die at the hands, the unarmed young black children that die at the hands of black men in black gangbangers, because that would go against the narrative I mean there are a ton of them. We've got two year old Levant White Two year old, Jesse and Logan. Eleven year old Shemaya atoms nine year old chastity turner eleven year old to Kaya homes. Have you ever heard any of their names ever? nope. Because they made a horrible mistake when they were killed you, they accidentally died by somebody of the same skin color as that black black on black. If only they had died at the hands of a white person, they might be remembered. If only they had died at the hands of a white police officer. They may have been buried in a golden casket. They may have had celebrities. Opining at their funeral, they may have had former vice presidents issuing statements. So many things that could possibly had if only they had not died at the hands of a black male, which is the way that ninety five percent of black homicide victims die. Over ninety five percent of black homicide victims are killed by other black people. So my question is what does black America walk from all of this better yet. What does all of America want from this? We spent years years listening to the left. Argue that we needed to disarm law abiding citizens and their arguments of course were. If we got into predicament, we could always just phone the police. Now, we see those same leftists making an argument to define the police to abolish the police. What are they after complete and utter anarchy and chaos? Because that's what it's looking like? That is what it looks like. When you take a look at the images from the streets in Portland Oregon when you look at Seattle Washington. It looks like what they want is absolute anarchy. Where the mob rules, and by the way speaking on behalf of police officers, they have the toughest job. Some of the toughest jobs in America today and let me ask you who would wanNA take on that job in this political climate who would want to suit up and wear that badge knowing that you are so demonized, knowing that it has become routine for people to mock you to hate you, and that is being sanctioned by the mainstream media who wants to respond to a nine one one call saying that they are involved in a violent criminal situation who wants to respond to that robbery or respond to that shooting knowing that? If that police officer defends himself, he could potentially ruin his life. He could be potentially called a criminal himself. He could be potentially locked up. He could potentially be facing a homicide charge. We are going to D-. Incentivize good men and women, the most important job in maintaining peace throughout a civilization. We know what happens when the police become the incentivize. We saw this. It was called the Ferguson Effect Ferguson riots caused police officers not to respond to the calls. There was an eighteen percent increase in black homicides throughout the United States because why show up. Why not just let the game beggars kill one another. Is that what we want? Is that what we want to see? Blood splattered in the streets with no recourse. Or do we need to address criminality altogether? Should it be the criminals that get into trouble? Should we stop protesting on behalf of criminals that get into trouble? We've now suddenly arrived into a situation in which the police chiefs the the mayor's. The governor's. The duly elected officials are too afraid to acknowledge when a criminal does something wrong because they're being pressured by the mob, the.

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Yeah? I can just giving goes Michigan consciousness here. I like. ALL RIGHT GUYS! We are rolling into a different type of a segment here on the canvas. Owen show the first of its kind where I just want to give you guys. My thoughts on what is going on today in this political climate social climate a couple of weeks ago, I posted a video on facebook, which got a lot of traction over one hundred million views in just one week and was. was shared across the world's many different languages in which I discussed. The Black Lives Matter Movement, and why I was disagreeing with the mainstream narrative, particularly the one that was being produced surrounding George Floyd killing now I want to be extra clear here again as I was then George Floyd did not deserve to die on that day and I think everybody in America agreed There was not a single. Single person that was defending Derek. Show then, but I was questioning beyond that was just the narrative that this person was a good individual I was discussing the tendency in black America for us to uplift criminals to pretend that they are heroes and martyrs when they die at the hand of white individuals and I was discussing George Floyd's record, his own lifestyle of terrorizing the black community, a man who? who had spent nine different stints in jail and in prison? Of course, many people around the world thought that this video was something that should be discussed and should be debated, and other people were completely outraged tons of reaction, some good and some bad some inbetween, maybe probably the biggest reaction, or or the what most well known person who reacted was of course comedian Dave Chapelle. He did a stand up. Some things that I cannot repeat for my audiences, said he wanted to assault me in my lady parts, because he feels that I was diminishing the death of George Floyd by bringing up his record. In fact, t thoughts on that the streets which he described as alive, were justified in their reactions. He was basically offering an excuse for the rioting and the looting that we're seeing he saying the streets are finally responding in the way that they need to respond well. Let's what's black history to see if the streets responding in the streets being alive with rioting and looting in their own communities has ever served us. Where have we seen this before in black, America? Talk about the mid nineteen sixties, the riots in Chicago, the riots in Detroit or black-americans upset about race issues. Burn down their own neighborhoods in rioted. And what was the conclusion of that? Well, the conclusion of course was that naturally the once flourishing cities, the automobile industries that were flourishing in Detroit in Chicago they picked up. They packed up and they left, and they depressed. Those neighborhoods WANNA know why Detroit looks with that does today. Why Chicago looks with that does today why Americans struggle in those inner city communities today well, it's because they chased out the business owners who? WHO said there's no point for us to be here because our businesses are going to be treated, took jobs with them. They took the economy with them. And what we see today is a consequence of that, so we're going to repeat all of that and it's been endorsed by Dave Chapelle because the streets are alive lock America is alive with anger. Even if that anger as we're seeing today, it's not exactly justified. It's been. been just a few weeks since the horrific death of George Floyd and we are seeing a new story. Come to light. This is the killing of race chard. Brooks and I want to pause and talk about that particular case first and foremost when I first heard about it, it was on the Internet it was on twitter and people were outraged. I saw videos of Atlanta where the shooting took place on fire I saw videos. Videos of people protesting and demanding justice, they burned down a Wendy's restaurant, and what I was hearing was that a black man who was running away from police was shot in the back three times. I was expecting to see a horrific video. I was expecting to see a video in which I would roundly condemn police officers that is not what I saw in fact, what I saw was a justified shooting a violent criminal. The story goes like this somebody who worked at a Wendy's called nine one one because a man who was intoxicated, was blocking drive through because he was asleep in his car When police officers arrived, they had difficulty Waking Rashard Brooks up, and when he finally came to, they asked if needed medical assistance at that point Rashard came out of the car, and they began to execute their arrest. He immediately began fighting. The two officers gets out of their hands, grab the Taser of the pocket from one of the police officers and proceeds to run. They pursue him on foot at which point Rashard Brooks turns around and fires the Tasers at the police officer. And a few seconds after that the police officer fired and Rashard Brooks was killed. the response and I am seeing online that, despite the fact that a violent criminal had grabbed a weapon from a police officer and fired that weapon at a police officer. This killing was still not justified. I can't wrap my head around that I cannot wrap my head around the conclusion that a police officer does not have a right to defend himself when he is being assaulted by and fired on by a violent criminal. You can watch the video yourself. There really is no dispute. The debate now that is being had the debate that I'm hearing. That is being had is. Why didn't the police officer just let him go? In fact, one commentator said well. He gotten away. If they had just let him go, they had his car. They had always information they could have just made. An arrest later is thought here. That race Shahr just wanted to be arrested a little later that he would have complied at the police officers had come around his place later and said Hey. I know it didn't work out back at the Wendy's, but we're here to arrest you now. Can we try again? The job of a police officer is not to make sure a violent criminal can get away from the scene of an arrest to make sure that he stays alive. The job of the police officers is to make sure that the the community at large is kept safe. The community at large is what was under threat. When a man that was armed with the teaser was sprinting away from police officers when I man, that was clearly intoxicated was sprinting away from police officers. The were innocent people in that community at large that needed to be protected. So, what does the conclusion well? Of course we live in the world where everything that is up is now down in down as up, and apparently the mayor of Atlanta's spoke out in defense of this violent criminal, saying that no matter what he did. This should not have been the conclusion of the events. My question here is pretty simple. What is it that black? America wants from police officers one. Is it that all of America wants from police? Officers would have been better if the police officer had died, should the police officer had been the one that didn't make it home that night? What how are the police officers? In question? One of them is on administrative leave and the other one has been fired. Police officer, who fired to save himself has been removed from his job, and this is now being called a homicide. I find Mr be outrageous. I find this to be something that needs to be discussed and debated Particularly in my community in the black community. The criticism that I often get is candice. How can you not support your community?.

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"owens" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

12:41 min | 2 years ago

"owens" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Episode thirty five now. This week we got the chance to hang out with Jacob. Oh that's it's right. The Jacob Owens who is the mastermind behind the buck nerds shoots and directs much cinematic for big artists such as Kyle Futuristic Dizzy Wright all while having the time document all the experiences on social media and Youtube on top that he's also an entrepreneur that started his own company called Prism Lens Affects. So you know that we're GONNA be talking to him about that. Everything from his early days isn't film school. To make connections through social media and collaborated. We also visited Jacob out his movie ranch to shoot beautiful test footage with the Lens effects that he makes so. You'RE GONNA get a chance to see that if you head on over to the indy mellitus leave channel after this episode but here everybody upset thirty. Five of the mogul podcast. Let's do this. They're pretty excited to hear some horror stories about music videos. I got plenty.

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"owens" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

13:01 min | 2 years ago

"owens" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Episode thirty five now. This week we got the chance to hang out with Jacob. Oh that's it's right. The Jacob Owens who is the mastermind behind the buck nerds shoots and directs much cinematic for big artists such as Kyle Futuristic Dizzy Wright all while having the time document all the experiences on social media and Youtube on top that he's also an entrepreneur that started his own company called Prism Lens Affects. So you know that we're GONNA be talking to him about that. Everything from his early days isn't film school. To make connections through social media and collaborated. We also visited Jacob out his movie ranch to shoot beautiful test footage with the Lens effects that he makes so. You'RE GONNA get a chance to see that if you head on over to the indy mellitus leave channel after this episode but here everybody upset thirty. Five of the mogul podcast. Let's do this. They're pretty excited to hear some horror stories about music videos. I got plenty.

Jacob Jacob Owens Youtube
"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Tom souls information. I'll tell you what i'll give you a personal email but just don't tell me got it from me so he gives email well. I ended up going out there flew out to california and spent an entire day with just tapping his brain about everything take and of course he was he didn't he wasn't holding his guard down and i said you know what we're losing. You guys man because he said he's an old man. Yeah thomas clarence thomas that said generation thinks walter williams condoleeza rice. I mean they're all hiding out in california and i'm like where you can in short this last. One tommaso suggested meanwhile williams now stop you. Do you know what you're doing and you're right now. This is like you know how many emails i've sent to thomas old. Do you understand like <unk>. You're just you're making me very jealous. While you're doing a whole amanda hotel we're gonna meet at stanford and his office office and i thought i'd be going there right. Get a call from his assistant who sits on what hotel you that mississippi picking you up. I'm like pick me up. What do we pick me up. What is this certificate taking pulls up in a car. He's driving. You know he's seventy some years old. Still you know he's mine still with them but these guys don't have this this a sense that they're bigger than anybody better than this guy comes and picks me up right clarence. Thomas hemion his calendar for thirty minutes. I'm in there for an hour and i did it. My came out. I knew i was. I was an hour forty seven minutes because i check my watch. It holy crap. I just tapped tapped his brain because i want to learn from these guys. That's see that's what i'm trying to do now. Become the next generation. I want to be known as a thinker i want to be i'm known for being able to make coherent thoughts and stuff and not just be a firebrand because that's what i had to be on on fox soul flame flame thrower. That's all you're gonna get time to do. It can be free minutes as you gotta throw a flame. You're gonna feel bonds <hes> <hes>. You can't make this long like you and i can't do this on t._v. Now so met him and the only one i haven't met i haven't really worked on that. One is shelby steele shelby steele but we're losing these guys. They're not dead yet but guess what guys are tired. They're getting up there. Turn age. The next generation of black thinkers toilet left right throwing them leftist thinkers though thinker. You're not doing these universities. I'm doing all these groups right. They're not thinkers. That's the whole thing no we're losing that right and a worsening a ad that would definitely worries me too and i talk about all the time like the these they are so important right now they really are and as as much they're willing to do they should do because you're exactly right right. We're losing an entire generation of thinkers in that means. It's problematic for just the future of black america which brings me to a question. I wanna ask you to wrap this up. Are you optimistic optimistic or pessimistic about black america and i asked this and i'll go first because i was really optimistic when i got into this and i can see how people fall into the trap trap a feeling pessimistic because i've just never seen set like there's just so little critical thinking and such <hes> such a belief in in culture i mean we're just so tied into culture and what i mean when you have cardi b. telling you who to vote for on instagram..

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Things would die down and we just keep going up up up up up but that's been a natural progression after an election lexi's real contentious right and people settled down and is it okay we'll. We'll politically oppose. Does you but you'll get the government. They will not trump govern now now. This is different. The generation of thinkers are dying. Which is why. I took the time to <hes> meet. I sat down with clarence. Thomas avoided admired that guy. If you ever get a chance read his book <hes> things biography my grandfather's grandfather's son. He's raised by his grandpa. Miles is his name clarence talked about in a book. I thought my father was a meanest memory. I did into. I thought but it's what we need. It's what he and his brother needed and he insisted that they become educated. You know his mom had some mental problems and then she turned him over to the grandparent could raise them but at least there was somebody there see who was not going to use them was going to care for them the grandparents but the thing is restyle to him and it took me a while to get in you know it's hard to. It's not like you call the supreme court and say now. I'd like to come in and meet justice. Tom uh-huh okay. Where would you like doesn't work like that but i don't take no for an answer and the secretary was very nice. She'd say i'll get him to message tip getting blown off a little bit in one day. I'm sitting in my office and get a call and it's justice thomas his office. His assistant said the justice would like to meet you and whatever and <hes> we're gonna get together. Persistence pays on. I always tell people side note here. The best thing you could instill any young person is the ability to overcome obstacles persevere. That's what i did. Hear couldn't get in deep enough china's wife that didn't didn't work kept colony office and keep up. I tell people all the time so anyway i got to go in. He and i sat down like you and i. I thought he would sit behind his desk. Go into this scrape chambers. I thought he'd sit behind. I was i was nervous. This supreme court justice. He came off behind his desk and we sat into occasional chairs like this synagogue talking from what i i was blown away by that because i put me at ease. We sat up there candidates. We talked about stuff. Many of the things you and i talking about. I saw this bust he is he is. He's a big fan of booker t. washington. He's got a bust of booker t. washington able lincoln and i asked him. I said who said he said that's miles. My grandfather he has a bust of his grandfather and he said the reason why haven't there because he's looking down. I love that so much see. I love that so anyway. It was kind of ironic. Many signed a book for me. He wanted to pick some leaving unlike jager more than i'm apple's being ankles hating shepherd i get a couple of pictures. We took a couple pictures great man funny personal. You never see that it comes across as very austere no guys we talked like we have been college buddies and then he asked me he says hey you ever meet <hes> <hes> thomas so i said no. He's on my list of people meet and he said let me see what i can do before that happened around in the victor davis hanson who's on the stanford hoover institute with <hes> tomasson met him and event and i said hayes victor victor davis hanson and he says you know he doesn't getting tom souls information. I'll tell you what i'll give you a personal email but just don't tell me got it from me so he gives email well..

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"They go off on some tangent whatever because they can't even put put forth a counter argument that makes sense so then he goes out your racist humor side all your this in i it's it's a shame but <hes> think about this. This the the thing i worry about these people are on the doorstep of being in power. I know gonna doorstep from dan. Come to the door on a doorstep right. I mean i i try to. I try to think more optimistically just because what i've seen happen <hes> just over the last few years of me. Being in politics is that the conservative movement is is growing and the leftist movement is shrinking believe it or not on campus what we do and i think partially it's because we're getting banned and censored so for the kids conservatives starts to feel like punk rock rock and roll like you're not supposed to do it so we're going to do it right and we have a president who's irreverent and saying things and that sort of appealing <hes> and i think that also people are just getting exhausted with being upset about everything it's exhausting. I'm like why everything's racist and people are becoming immune to those words so because they're overplaying replaying their hand. My hope is that it's actually going to benefit us because people are getting tired of being offended. You're right and we can hope i hope to always remind remind people i mean this kind of stunningly hopes not a plan right we had planned for these people being in power one day before that conservative <hes> movement actually stands up rises up up up and engages in the political fight because this is what this is we we've had political war declared declared on us more. I don't think that's hyperbole now. It's not as steve scalise. Asking people going to trump rallies been beaten asked them whether to say that we've had political war declare on his ask them. If it's i personally it's not no. It's only escalating by the way the violence is escalating. It's not deescalate on i. I thought i actually there. You go hope that once he wants trump was in the office..

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"This is there is nothing there's literally nothing holding us back and yet. If you speak today to black americans and i tell you i listen every room. When i'm on college campuses i say day who in this room believes that america is a more racist country today than it was sixty years ago and i just want to know what planet i'm in right now so just i'm just and ask basic questions okay great we don't. There's no gravity up this down. Let's get started right. These people have no idea you and i know this. They have no idea and you know what i don't have too much of an idea other than my mom and dad went through because there was still the fringes of jim crow. It was more in the south but check this out by the way a lot of what i'm saying today's in my book and you know get a chance to do a plug here. Coupling beyond as a cop under fire beyond has takes a race crime in in politics for a better america. My dad served in the united states army fought in korea. He was an airborne ranger. Did several parachute jumps under fire. Get shot at as you come down to. The skies lost several of his <hes> <hes> <hes> platoon doing that in a segregated army. The united states army was still segregated. He had served in all black but if there's anybody in this country my dad served his country risked his life for america that i would not allow him to serve with light soldiers okay. I'll incapsula can't stand for the national anthem. My point with that is if there's anybody that i know that could have a chip on his shoulder about racism and descr because he had to live at the army right. It'd be my dad never harvard. Does that is what the insanity is is. I'm like he lived at my grandfather lived the k._k._k. Shooting bullets inside of his home he lived it right they what they did to him what they how they terrorized his family he lived at. I've never heard my grandfather say a single bad word about white people. They were always a part of his life. Growing up there there there was never any animosity so it's just stunning to sit and think that the most privileged black people that have ever lived in the history of the world are black americans today eh right they are also the whiny est the most entitled and the ones that can't seem to do anything without making it into something and saying they're oppressed. How is it possible. How did it'd be get into this paradoxical bind. They're fed that bs and there's their brains are like sponges. They are not curious about anything. They don't poke. Oh can pride. They don't question their brains spongy here into soaks it all in it yeah yeah yeah. It must be true must be right. We'll teach and our universities high schools goals either. We don't teach people to think we don't teach people to be critical thinkers. That's what education used to be outside of. The you know things like you know the the komo math and some of those sciences like that is to teach people to expand this thing that god gave you an explore okay and question things and being. There's nothing wrong with that sort of thing but they don't teach that anymore indoctrinating so that's why you get these as people have been indoctrinated with the thing that you're talking about said a devastating effect on several generations of people were intellect to third generation integration like three generations stuff started right well. These are the ones these are the a._o._l. Sees right who went to boston university right this is this is where where they they're indoctrinated and they can't think when you present stuff to whom they.

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Like we're going to lose. You know i'm a veteran of campaigns. I had to get elected to be the sheriff. I always made sure that the people that worked in my campaign in pain head this mindset that we were gonna lose you know why because fears great motivator made them more and my voters in one. I'm taking it for granted. Hey you won the last two elections. I won four in a row right. You wanna last care. We might lose one polling data. Show him slightly ahead. I never put it out. I it's not because people might go out and he's going to have this but getting back to the president <hes>. It's been great to me my family whenever he came to town. This is after he's elected did a couple of brown county events brown county stronghold on too strong wisconsin <hes> my family would be invited and he'd always you know they let us agree room. We'd always take the time to come over and and talk and you know my brother. In on my sister-in-law my my niece and nephew my wife we don't have kids and <hes> but he take the time to say all and it wasn't a rope line right and i remember one day my niece. She's about sixteen at the time she says hey can. We take a selfie sure that's. It's the kind of guy he is. I know trump right. 'cause i've been around him and i've talked to him. I've had private briefings with him. I know what's in his heart. Is he a perfect man. Nobody's donald get into but i know what's in his heart. He wants what's best for this country. He loves his country. I love this country too and because of what it afforded me the opportunity tunic over that ugly period of slavery are staying on his fabric of the soul of this country that will never go away however at some point and this this is why i hadn't fifty candidates. I just decided to forgive america for the past slavery in hawaii why because the god that i prayed to every day teaches me to forget the god that i prayed to every day extends forgiveness and if he's going to you do that for me. The least i could do is do that to somebody else and so i i didn't forget and i say never forget slavery but for me it was time to forgive. I and you know what it was very liberating right people say how did you become as it was. It was just. I just realized i had to get to the mainstream. If i was going to reach my potential you can't do it on on the fringe groups and black lives matter and so on so forth. You're going to get the mainstream right and that means. You're going to have to mix it up when white folks i never had this animosity never even before that piffling but i say this publicly i say i forgave and i moved on and i said it's been liberated. You know it's funny that you say you forgave it. I never felt that. I needed to forgive it. I fell in every way that i needed to honor the history that our our ancestors went through and i just can't think i speak about my grandfather grandpa all the time he didn't crop share cropping farmers segregated south and workers entire life to give me this opportunity so go shrieking in the streets screaming right about how about the injustices of life i live in a lap of luxury compared to my grandfather. I have every opportunity so i just i couldn't be such a coward as to knock out in life and try to do even more than the ancestors before me and the and the people before him right so i do out of honor for my grandfather because he never complained he never ever call anybody racist. He got up every single dane. He worked at east tonight. He doesn't have to retire but he can't not work in his d._n._a. So my motivation has always just been. This is the the time for us to be great right..

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"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"owens" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"I said i want the voters decide. I told him i said but you're gonna win this thing and when you do i'm going to be there for sure as heck fast forward he wins the nomination and his camp gets back to me again syrup win. You know you sit and i said i'm a minimum word. If i gave them my word you can take it to the bank. I can just tell me what you need to do and got involved in worked my rear end off that whole summer all over the country did two tours across america and a great american tour your bus tour and it was fun. It really was but got to meet a lot of great americans. I found out what this country really was is a great country. It's great because of its people. I i want some areas. You would not think a black guy bibs accepted. I've been into some of the most rural areas of tennessee that you're gonna find. I've been to backwards places and states with nothing but white folks. You know what every time i came. They treated me and accept they new sheriff but that that doesn't mean anything racist. Don't give a damn why and what why they're like saying and doing it right exactly treated me like i was their favorite song right right and these are trump supporters okay so i watched today and i watch them. You know label. The trump sport is a racist. It is not an pump the brakes pump the brakes on no. They're not because i met identity here by. I met these people easily could have i would go to places in rural areas risk like barnes for the g._o._p. Event that that country right keynote speaker normally. I know the wanna can't remember the city in tennessee but they said we get about fifty people here at this event every year. They had one hundred fifty and standing room. Only two people people in waiting line because i was a keynote speaker why would these racist for black i mean right because because they're not racist and and what they're running towards and and i know exactly what you're talking about because i now have the blessing rice all over the country and i've spoken an almost all fifty states same thing backcountry places that you wouldn't expect and every time i visit a new place i say i realized how ignorant i was more and more in your and i wasn't about what america is because i grew up just outside of new york city right and we are the people these are the elitist litas. We think that we know everything. I lived in the city for seven years. Oh we're so educated. We're the ones that are writing the articles because we understand and yet we've never seen in america. We've never seen real america back country america and understanding that they were just losing and somebody finally said it and they've been labeled and lied about oh enlivened and smeared but people that are just calling them racist because they have different values than than the people that live in these coastal cities and that's just the truth service. That's why they call us flyover country. I'm born and raised in wisconsin and they don't say that as a compliment fly over country they think to manage his warning and new york everything else in between doesn't matter but we do matter in the president understood that trump understood it. He said there is a a group of people in this country. Feel disaffected acted. They don't feel like they matter anymore. They're disenchanted. They probably bailed onto the political. Process will probably devoting more. This is the hell with it right well. That's how he galvanized it is and that's where he resonated with and that's where his strength king but but here's the thing that i like to caution people about trump threaded word of the needle in l._x. All right he won michigan <unk> pennsylvania by total seventy ebony thousand volts okay twenty thousand in wisconsin twelve thousand in michigan in an arrest pennsylvania as a racist and margin and you had a low democrat turn on so they could easily flip that that's only caution people about yeah..

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