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"Growth because of earnings growth but not any success in convincing investors that you can do the multiple growth. Maybe now that they've done a strategy pivot or have done the flip -flop there perhaps in the place where they want to be and maybe investors come on board. Alright Sree thanks so much for joining us glad you could join us here in studio. Sree Nanarajan from Bloomberg News he covers Goldman Sachs he covers the big investment banks he is all over Goldman Sachs and including some of the recent changes in strategy more markets now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act this is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller. We got a lot of green on the screen here but the volume is light. We constantly underestimate the strength of the US consumer. This is a market that's much more optimistic or bullish than maybe its central bankers are. Breaking market news and insight from Bloomberg experts. There's still some concern out there in the market that there is room for things to deteriorate a little bit more than what they're indicating. As small and medium -sized businesses struggle they don't present as much competition. The supply chain has still got dislocations globally and here in the US. This is Bloomberg Markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller on Bloomberg Radio. Alright coming up in this hour we're gonna check in with Jamin Patel at Bloomberg Intelligence he covers Hawaiian Electric. Good news out for that company they're now pointing the blame not at the utility itself but at the county. Stock is up 43 % we'll check in with Jamin to see what that means for the company. Plus Phil Orlando chief equity strategist at Federated Hermes he's gonna join us to talk about this market. We love checking in with Phil always has a very clear in call on the markets. Then Eloisa DeCastro CEO at Enerpoly joins to discuss the energy storage industry. So we're talking new energy there. Let's kick things off this hour like we do with Charlie Pellett.
Kash Patel: We Have the Opportunity to Tell the Truth
"Take you take a mugshot and then the Georgia sheriff's like oh yeah we're gonna take a mugshot I'm scared like that you were in there on the inside the boulders rolling downhill cash but the speeds growing geometrically and don't I know how much energy is gonna stake to stop this boulder but I'm really worried if we lose the next action I mean this got the constitutional republic is dead buried no you're absolutely right it couldn't be more higher stakes on the table but if I can try to alleviate some and I share your concerns and I'm scared with you but if you know what this boulder is coming down and instead of trying stop to it let's just get out of the way and let it hit the real target the Biden administration I mean the American public and this is what I mean by that even the mainstream media is looking at this latest superseding indictment and looking at the charges and saying wait a second I thought you said Donald Trump did insurrection and sedition and treason and you charged him with conspiracy against rights what the hell is that by the way we use it to charge criminals on highways literally who are in disguise that's what they used to charge the president so even the middle of the country who we need to have Donald Trump being the next president is seeing the two -tier system of justice at play no longer was Russiagate a lie no longer was January 6th no longer was the Biden -Ukrainian scandal a lie what Hunter did that it goes back to Obama everybody's starting to realize the only people that were lying to them was the Obama -Biden administration of the mainstream media and I think we have a unique opportunity that every time President Trump gets indicted or the arrows coming away from state or federal officials we have an opportunity to tell the story of the truth and they're going to hear it for the first time and that hit us Donald Trump said you know he said hey I'm going to get into DC to get arrested for United States of America and what I said was President just Trump got arraigned for the United States of America he pled not guilty for this country and I think this prosecution we have subpoena power to now go in and subpoena Garland and Ray and put them
Kash Patel: Notice Obama's Silence Over Biden's Scandal
"To focus on more of this and I'm glad we're talking about it yeah and Cash you know that the tragically hilarious part about all of this is Joe Biden actually bragged about this on tape he said if you don't fire the prosecutor you're not getting the billion dollars and then he implicates Obama Cash the part of that video there's two actually parts people leave out when he talks about Michael Carpenter who went on but that's for another day and that's where they found the documents Penn of Biden Center but the other part of this they leave out is he specifically says Joe Biden the Ukrainians didn't believe me they said you're not the president and Biden says oh I said call him in other words he implicates Obama like Obama knows what's going on and do you ever notice how no outside one of you me and like Levin and others ever mentions that but here's the other thing no one in the mainstream media has Obama denying it anywhere remember the media they bought Barack Obama could write an op said his people could go out there and say oh we didn't know anything this is all the Biden administration my VP was acting rogue now that he's president the he's making up stories they could get away from this they have not tried one instance to get distance and so from narrative this because they know if we actually ever get the receipt and I think we do that by impeaching Ryan Garland separate story country that it goes back to Obama and we
Kash Patel: Media Needs to Review Suspicious Café Milano Dinner
"The stuff the audience needs Understand that this Biden scandal there is absolutely zero chance Obama did not know about this alleged 10 million dollar bribe there's zero chance this IMF loan given to Ukraine after they fired this prosecutor looking into Hunter Biden's companies you know misdoings over there Obama had to know about that his Jen Psaki who was at State as a spokeswoman at the time was asked about it Jay Carney the Obama White House press spokesperson was asked about Hunter Biden's role of Burisma they all knew this happened with his imprimatur yeah can I just contextualize that for you remember the whole Trump Power meeting meeting it was supposed to be the epicenter of evil Don Jr. and company meeting with Russians and foreign assets to collude with Russia and I interrogated everyone in that meeting under oath during the Russia investigation they all said oh yeah we're here talking about Russian adoption that's it there was no collusion now fast forward to the actually you have to rewind it's a little weird right this happened before then the cafe Milano meeting in 2015 when Barack Obama was president Joe Biden was vice president Hunter Biden and Archer Biden and Daddy VP Joe Biden have dinner at cafe Milano with the who the mayor the wife of the mayor of Moscow a week before she had sent barista five million dollars from Russia so that Hunter Biden and barista and Devin Archer and company could benefit from that swindling campaign how about we target the cafe Milano incident as the real epicenter of what happened in the Obama administration signed off by VP Joe Biden you're absolutely right you tell me Barack Obama didn't know that funding was coming in when his VP was flying to the Ukraine the next week to get the funding approved and the prosecutor Ukrainian fired only to get one billion dollars that only Barack Obama could approve sent to the crane it's not a coincidence
Kash Patel: The Smart & Evil People Doing Obama's Dirty Work
"Division remember he suspiciously resigned when all this started to come out and now he's back in the government again but there's even more I mean you know these names as well as Mary McCord she's another one I mean all of these years at justice Andrew Weissman these are all Obama acolytes people who would run through the fire for Obama and I think what people don't understand not you and I and not this listening audience but with the mainstream Republican out there is only marginally involved in politics doesn't get is none of these scandals literally I don't mean this in a figurative sense would have been possible without Obama Hillary Clinton's collusion scandal would have fallen on its face if Obama's FBI and John Brennan another Obama acolyte had marshaled the national security infrastructure to attack Donald Trump it had to happen with Obama's permission he was the boss well you needed smart people who are evil and intentionally evil to do this and it wasn't going to be Joe Biden and company running their buffoonery scheme around the world it was going to be Obama these guys are brilliant methodical ambitious Brennan, Clapper, Comey, McCabe, Strzok, Page, Monaco, McCord, Carlin these guys have all been together for years if not and decades when they go in and now we find out that Barack Obama knew in December of 2017 or 16 excuse me that the Russiagate conspiracy was being concocted by Hillary he's Clinton the one who signed off on it he's the one who put it in motion through his intelligence community he's one the who authorized Comey at the FBI to go ahead and spy on the upcoming Trump campaign it's not like they came up with it overnight this was a six month plus plan to just target Donald Trump before he was even elected to be president and I know all these people because I used to work with them at the Department Justice of and National Security Division they were corrupt back then calling for Hillary Clinton and her email scandal and they're corrupt today now that two of them Carlin
Kash Patel: Obama's Involvement in Biden Bribery Scandal
"This because I think you're one of the few guys that actually That's it so um let me set this up for you for a minute So I'm thinking about this this morning as I'm putting together the Show Friday cash, and I'm thinking okay if Biden took this 10 million dollar bribe which the bank records seem to indicate in order to release this IMF us -backed money the only one who could have made that decision To do it was Obama, and then the collusion hoax you were you know you were knee -deep in discovering with Devin Nunes the people who controlled were controlled the FBI and the CIA looking into We're this controlled by Obama like he's the guy he's the puppet master like am I crazy and Out of this way am I off -base? No not at all Dan great to be with you on a Friday. Thanks for having me look I've said all always roads lead to Russiagate people got tired of hearing me say that and I wish I was wrong but it's personnel that has created the Russiagate conspiracy in every single line of effort after that Lisa Monaco is the current Deputy Attorney General She is the number two at the Justice Department. You know the number three is under her John Carlin head of the National Security Division in a bomb administration Lisa Monaco is a top dog there. Do you know who authorized the Russiagate investigation? Those two individuals and they briefed Obama on it it's no surprise they're running Merrick Garland's DOJ so everything goes back to them and of course Obama knew Brennan and Clapper briefed him it's now public remember the Susan Rice email that she wrote on the eve of leaving the Obama administration as a CYA all were in on it and Susan Rice is in the White House up until about six months ago. There's no way Obama's fingerprints aren't all over this thing you're correct to say it all
Kyle Seraphin: Sheila Jackson Lee's Accusations Are False
"What happened. I told you yesterday I wanted to address this. Sheila Jackson Lee, a hapless, disgraced congresswoman, sadly from the state of Texas, which is a real embarrassment. I don't know how that happened. I heard she did, but explain to the audience how she tried to impugn the integrity of FBI whistleblowers like you, Marcus Allen, Steve Friend, Garrett O 'Boyle. This is how gross this woman is. Explain what she did. Well, essentially, I raised about $560 ,000 for FBI whistleblowers. We put it into a fund that came in through GoFundMe. It was just all small dollar donations, over 11 ,000 people, opening their hearts and wallets, and trying to support Garrett O 'Boyle and Marcus Allen. And so I've aggregated that money, and I wrote some checks ,000 for $255 in change to split the money between these gentlemen. And I mailed them the checks, and then immediately started getting brake the pedal. Everybody was like, oh my god, you're going to get hit with taxes, all this other crazy stuff. So we had to pump the brakes. So the guy shredded the checks, the money's still in my account, I'm holding on to it. And she tried to act like the fact that we were trying to pay these guys so that could they pay off their mortgage bills that they've been basically coming out of savings for for the last year or two, that somehow that was a payoff for their testimony. And I think it's because she doesn't understand the difference between the name Kyle and Cash Patel, which they've obviously decided he's a boogeyman, too. So, you know, number one, it had nothing to do with Cash. Number two, it had to do with a bunch people of these that are that are just really nice folks. And then the third thing is she can't pronounce my name. And they went out there and I guess she doesn't understand the difference between Kyle Serafin's personal bank account and the fight with Cash Foundation, but she doesn't seem that smart. as So we say in Texas, you know, bless her heart. That's what I said on Twitter as
Kash Patel: Analyzing the Hunter Biden Plea Deal
"Got a lot to get to today. So obviously, the Hunter Biden sweetheart deal comes down now. A very few people understand the inner workings of both presidential politics and the Justice Department. Like you, you've been in both of these positions and administrations in the DOJ and hacks and goons like Andy Weissman and political, you know, target artists like him are out there saying, oh, this wasn't a sweetheart deal. It's a first time offense. And and I will say this. He OK. He's not wrong about that part. Cash, he leaves this out, as you and I I know was on the age investigative side. If you get a guy like Hunter Biden, who could be proffered, who is potentially the middleman in the biggest international blackmail scheme in modern political history, then he's not treated like a first time local level offender, gun correct? No, absolutely. Look, in my my career as a federal public defender, representing hundreds of individuals charged with this type of crime in the Southern District of Florida, Miami, by the way, to include a lot of minorities and other folks who didn't have long criminal history, they got launched at sentencing. You want to talk about disparate treatment and two tier system of justice. I'm not saying this is a racial thing. I'm saying this is a political thing. Not to mention the fact that he got hit with a tax fraud criminal case. And I don't know if the IRS brought it in the O .J. brought it, and that's why they're quibbling over today about whether or not the investigation is closed. I think that's actually a red herring division in federal court for people in similar situations. And I went, oh, for like three hundred and fifty, the federal government never gives pretrial diversion unless you can prove your client has no criminal history and he is an actual addict at the time of entering into the plea agreement. So is now Hunter Biden saying he's a drug addict now because
Kash Patel: Could Congress Subpoena Hunter Biden?
"But a scam, I know. Cash, there was another one, too, I caught in this. If you look at the AUSA, which is named Weiss, at the end of the document, they're talking about it now and cable actually just a few minutes ago as well. He puts it this is an ongoing investigation in the Hunter. I believe absolutely none of that. This is not an ongoing investigation. What they put that you're laughing because you know why that's in there. That's in there. So they can Stonewall Congress and say, oh, no, no, the case isn't closed. Yeah, he pled to that. But the case isn't closed. It's ongoing. We don't want to give you information. Look, you have to give them respect for the evil ingenuity these guys come up with to continue to destroy by our system of justice. Look, me and you have been talking about this. I call this like two months ago that he was going to roll into a our plea agreement. It's all over Truth Social and that they were going to put it into a global plea, but they were going to have one hitch. He was going to be, quote unquote, investigated after this matter. And here's the kicker. The guy who is at Congress and did the Russiagate investigation. If our guys in Congress really want to take it to the match and hold DOJ and FBI case in this of the count, they will call Hunter Biden in under subpoena and they will force feed him an immunity deal where he cannot be prosecuted for what he turns over, which he's required to under a subpoena of the United States Congress. It's almost never done, but that's what this Congress needs to do to short circuit this ruse that's being put out by Merrick Garland and Christopher Wray, because they are going to sit back and just continue to say, oh, sorry, to nothing see here. We're still looking as we
Kash Patel: DOJ, Media's Game Plan to Leak Stories Ahead
"To drop today, that Hunter's going to get off. Right. Basically get off. So somebody leaks to a sucker at the Washington Post, a voluntary sucker. They know they're suckers. Carol Lenny. My gosh, this Garland. It's the worst. They don't want to skew Trump because they don't want to be political. Lenny can then run with the peace comes out the day before to wipe out any kind of political charges interference the day before the Hunter Biden thing. Am I crazy or am I after something? I mean, I don't know. It sounds you've like been on a living on a different planet, Bonjino. Now, of course, of course, you've been living in this reality. They've been doing this playbook from Russiagate onwards to the Trump indictment onwards. They leaked to their friends. Listen, as bad as the government gangsters are in government, they cannot function without the goon squad that you just laid out in the fake news media, The Washington Post, CNN, wherever else you go. They always leak preferentially when they want to counter a narrative they don't want to get covered or they want to say, no, no, no. Everything's fair. Merrick Garland, mark my words, will come out and say, look, we prosecuted the son of my boss, the sitting president of the United States. We have one system of law in this country like Jack Smith tried to tell us the other week after the Trump indictment. These are empty epithets. And when you look at the prosecutions that are going down and the disparate treatment, it's funny that I a who conservative used to be a former public defender is the one screaming about disparate treatment when it relates to gun charges and minorities and the white son of a president of the United States. I find that absolutely ironic. But, you know what, they'll probably call me a racist or something. Cash, I don't know if you heard the show and I that was my monologue in the beginning of the show. Oh, where is where's Ibram Kendi? Where's Kyle Compton? You know, I was an agent, man. You know how many people on federal task forces we put away for for five to 10 years on the exact same gun charge. Oh, but they were black and Hispanic and and maybe couldn't afford the best lawyers. Where are all these race hustlers now? Where's Cory
Kash Patel: What if a Minority Did the Same Crimes as Hunter?
"They? I mean, I'm not suggesting that these people should not have been put in jail. I'm simply suggesting that left is the one making the argument that there's two systems of justice for black and white folks. And now you've got a white dad, Joe Biden, a white AG in Garland, a white deputy AG in Lisa Monaco, and a rich connected white guy in Hunter Biden. they're And not in jail. You had a bunch of people of color are and you don't hear squat from the left. No, you're absolutely right. I'm glad we're able to have this conversation because none of the other networks will have the audacity to have it. And the key importance here is that what if a minority was charged with making $1 5 million that we know about and didn't pay taxes on it, then got to pay the tax bill, then comes out and says, now we're just going to hit you with a misdemeanor. By the way, it's a felony, but we're going to hit you with a felony. prosecutor. The Ashcroft memo is still the law land. of the You charge a DOJ as possible charge, right? You can prove the highest possible crime this in case is not pretrial diversion for felony gun charges, and it's not misdemeanor tax evasion. It is felony tax evasion fraud. What they don't want, and there are no coincidences in government, on the verge of this document, this unrelated bribery document, the FD 1023 being forced out of the FBI. They come in and say, nope, we're hitting Hunter. And then they come in and say, ongoing investigation. So we're going to continue to Stonewall you. we But get our narrative. CNN will write the president's son has been indicted and
Trump in Court: Go Fast or Take It Slow? With Kash Patel
"So, Cash, tomorrow, Donald Trump will be arraigned. What is the timeline here? What are you thinking? Is it is it should Donald Trump really push for a quicker trial? Should he try to stretch this out? What are your thoughts? I mean, politically, I think he may want to. Get this thing wrapped up and shown that it's a fraud as early as possible, but in order to do that, he's going to have to file some extensive pretrial motions, not just to dismiss. You can't go to the dismissal right away. You have to build a case for the causes of corruption that are built in. And I did an exclusive about Karen Gilbert, the deputy special counsel, who I actually tried cases against in the Southern District of Florida, who is the Weissman of this case, who was caught by a judge unlawfully wiretapping a defense attorney's recorded conversations during a prosecution and was throttled by the district court. Go to the Ollie Shagan case. She's running this disaster. She's the reason the case went to Miami. I think they need to challenge that. I need to challenge the Jay Brat allegation that he dangled a judgeship in front of a lawyer for a co -defendant. And I think they need to look at all of Jack Smith's underlying activities and they need to challenge the breaking of attorney -client privilege under the crime -fraud exception where Donald Trump is shown to have been discussing options with his attorney. And if that's the case and that's allowed to stand, then no more counsel can ever consult with their clients and tell them what their options are, yes or no. And
Kash Patel Exposes DOJ's Corruption and Ties to Trump's Scandals
"Here. First, I want to congratulate you on winning your lawsuit, the Department of Justice, and your book is going to print. People can go to government gangsters dot com. How does that tie in with this news cache? Connect that news with what Donald Trump's going through? It's unfortunately the same people at DOJ and FBI that ran Russiagate and Jan six and are running the Hunter Biden laptop investigation. All the people in leadership positions, DOJ, Garland, Ray, and you want to know something about Chris Ray. Ray is the one who signed off on Sammy Berger, who actually stole classified information and shoved in his pants. Ray is the one who signed off on charging that guy with a misdemeanor at the time Chris Ray was head of the criminal division at DOJ. That's what the book is all about. These people are institutionalists like Bill Barr and company, and they destroy our system of justice. And we need to get them out of there forever.
Kash Patel Exposes DOJ's 'Sham Prosecution' of Donald Trump
"Joining us now is Kash Patel. Kash, welcome to the program. Hey, thanks so much for having me back. Lots to discuss, Kash. I have the indictment here, Kash. Top line thoughts. What are we looking at here? Donald Trump will be arraigned tomorrow in Miami, Florida. And then I want to go through some of the details of the indictment. Kash Patel. Yeah, look, from the standpoint of a former national security prosecutor and public defender, I think what his team needs to do is, after the arraignment, move quickly to pretrial motions, because I think this case needs to be adjudicated before it hits a jury, and this is why. The legal inconsistencies in the indictment itself by the DOJ show you their sham prosecution. For two years, they told you how Donald Trump ran around and stole and hid and burned classified information. And then when push came to shove and they went to a grand jury and they said, we are going to show the world that Donald Trump illegally possessed classified information, you know what they did? They didn't charge him with it. They reached back to a statute under the Espionage Act, the National Defense Information Part, which is one hundred and five years old, which we use to charge sailors and things like that, and said, Donald Trump somehow possessed information he shouldn't have. And we think he was grossly negligent. And we'll get to Hillary later. And we're going to we want you to prosecute him. But in the entire indictment, they talk about how he's waving around classified information. They both can't be true.
The Durham Report: The Good, The Bad, The Devilish With Kash Patel
"Missing anything cash? The floor is yours. Charlie, it's great to be with you. And I am equally bitter and said to be tied. I was Durham's biggest champion. I've been on your show supporting his work over the last year and a half. And now is the time I become his biggest critical analyst because he failed. He failed. He regurgitated the Russia gate report with 7 and I wrote 5 years ago. And he added a little more nuts and bolts to it, but who cares? We already knew all of the crimes that you have outlined that were committed by the people you talked about like the Comey's mccabe struck clapper Brennan, et cetera. What he did was maybe land a political victory because he's got the fake news, at least coming out with the headlines that the FBI is devastated. Of course they're devastating their criminal. But what you're talking about, what I've been talking about, what I've been hoping for is that there would be a prosecution of these individuals. And at the way he laid it out, he basically said all but everything that means you're a criminal. And came up short. And I don't know if Garland stopped him or she didn't have the gall to do it, but either way it's wholly insufficient. And people like Andy mccabe was pension was restored. Our House of Representatives and Republican majority should zero that out immediately based on this report alone. Yeah, they likely won't. I'm just being honest. It just seems as if they're afraid. This will be honest. Most House Republicans are afraid of the FBI. They're afraid of the dirt the FBI has on them. They're afraid of the administrative state. They're afraid of the Department of Justice. They live in fear of the fourth branch of government.
We Wasted Two Years on the Trump-Russia Hoax!
"Back before the midterms, 54% of Americans think Trump's dealings with Russia were unethical or illegal. Going right into the midterms. We wasted two years of unified congressional control on hearings about this garbage. It was all a con and they're just laughing because they say, we got away with it. They hijacked the media narrative, Adam Schiff, he goes out, he says, I have a good evidence. Can we get that clip of Adam shifty Schiff? I have on good evidence that Donald Trump is colluded with a foreign power. It's all nonsense, but they had to take out Jeff Sessions. I know that you guys in the audience don't like Jeff Sessions. That's fine. I'm going to defend him a little bit. He was awesome on immigration. One of the best. And he was very good on gang violent crime. Very, very good. Now look at the difference between Jeff Sessions and Rosenstein. They took out Sessions basically by making recuse himself based on a lie. So they took out Donald Trump's super based super conservative attorney general based on a lie. The carnage that happened because of this lie is not just like, oh yeah, we wasted some time. And Jeff Sessions is way too old fashioned on this. He trusted the FBI. Maybe 30 years ago that would have made sense, but not today. I have negative faith in the Federal Bureau of Investigation. But look, by the way, somebody says Charlie, I know you're upset, but stop calling us smelly Walmart Walmart people. I didn't say that. That's what Peter strzok said in his text message is everybody, okay? I was quoting Peter strzok. Jeez. I would never say something like that. That's literally what your FBI said about you. Just to clarify on you 'cause we got a couple emails about it. So Adam Schiff came on TV. Adam Schiff on a TV, he said, Donald Trump deceived us. He said, insisted multiple times he had direct evidence of Trump Russian collusion. This whole thing was a hoax. And by the way, they also did this for a different reason. There were so many reasons why they had to do this. They deeply about why else would they try to make Russian Trump seem like a Russian agent. They did this so that Trump would overcompensate and not get close to Russia geopolitically. Because the neoliberal regime in D.C. would hate nothing more than Putin and Trump working in harmony to go against the Chinese Communist Party.
What Is Justice Good For?
"Justice? What is it good for? Justice sets a standard. Just this is more than punishment, justice is moral clarity. One of the worst things a person can do, one of the worst things a person can do is abuse collective power for their own personal opinion or objective. To use the FBI for a political purpose is evil. If you evil for Republican did it or a democratic, they're basically using taxpayer funded what is supposed to be neutral to go after a candidate they don't like. And they did it full court press. They went after it. They went from Pfizer warrants. And remember Chuck E. Schumer told us that this was coming. To Rachel maddow he said, if you go after the Intel agencies, they got 6 ways to Sunday to get back at you. So what happens when the government lies to you? Goes after political dissidents, covers it up, lies about it again. What happens? What is the consequence? Oh, I strongly worded report. The consequences, a 300 page detailed report. And yeah, it is a scathing report. Who is going to go to jail? And the answer, the clarion call to the unelected. To the fourth branch of government, the bureaucracy that Leviathan is you can get away with it. Ladies and gentlemen, let me make an argument for you right now. If John Durham or any one of these people would have went after Peter struck stroke smirk and even failed in court, I do not know if Tony blinken and those 50 Intel officials would have signed on to that fake letter with Hunter Biden's own enthusiastically. I don't know if these sort of games would have continued unchecked. You see, they're just going to do it again. What is going to prevent these people from doing this in 2024? What's going to prevent them from launching another investigation? When you do not have consequences, when you do not have a check and balance, when you do not have a stop it, time out, handcuffs, prison time. How about just the pension curtailment? I mean,
"patel" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Joining us now is cash Patel. Cash Patel is a great American. I think he sees this the way I do cash, your thoughts. I love the fire this morning. I think, you know, you said it on your show first. We do not utilize the state attorney general system the way it needs to be in this country. Why is no state attorney general prosecuting George Soros? Are you telling me his money to every political campaign? He's ever participated in his crystal clean and forget that their playbook is they don't care about the rule of law. And I'm not saying we should discard the rule of law. But why aren't we using it and why aren't we going on offense? Every state attorney general should be listed by name every district. And if you're not up to it, if you're not up to it, get out of the way. Get out of the way. And so here's a good example, cash. What is the big relic of the left? Their religious organization. BLM. BLM got donors from every state. They are an outright from based on what we understand. Fraudulent charitable organization. Where are the perp walks for Patrice colors? Do something. Show some action. Show some action that, okay, you indict Trump, BLM is going to get indicted in Louisiana and Arkansas. We need action. We need perp walks. We need handcuffs. We need sentencing. We investigations. I don't like talking this way, but they're laughing at us because they say, oh, we get to indict you and you guys send press releases. Exactly. But done are the days where, you know, this is what I've been calling on for this Congress. Stop sending letters. The January 6th committee showed us the powerful congressional subpoena. Don't issue 5. Issue 500 and issue them to Alvin Bragg. Don't give him a letter that allows him to a podium on the national stage to be like, you guys are buffoons. Alvin Bragg is basically admitted he used federal funds to bring this case against Donald Trump. There's your hook and there's no more powerful subpoena right now than a congressional one because the DA's and state attorneys aren't acting. So those guys in leadership positions in Congress have to go after Alvin Bragg and say, we want all of your evidence, all of your records, all of your finances, and you have to sit in the hot seat for days on end under oath. You can not avoid a congressional
"patel" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"About. Cash Patel joins us cash welcome to the program. Hey, Charlie, great to be back with you. So cash would say, unfortunate set of circumstances we find ourselves in, your reaction, and how we should respond. Well, one, my reaction has been based on themes. And the biggest theme I've been fighting against is the destruction of the two tier system of justice. And we see it on full display here. We got to remind the audience when Hillary Clinton, when we exposed that she used campaign money to pay for the dirty steel dossier, the Department of Justice refused to prosecute her. As did every state attorney's office around the country. She was fined by the FEC for improperly utilizing campaign funds to pay for a non campaign related event. So in the worst case scenario for Donald Trump, not admitting he did anything wrong in the worst case scenario, it's a campaign finance civil fine. But we have a disparate treatment of it because he's Donald Trump. And then, you know, we'll talk about the grand jury and the new witnesses going in today later. But that's sort of the leadoff. So let's kind of take a step back, cash. And I want you to kind of live action role play as if you're Alvin Bragg. Our audiences, our audience is confused. And so I just want you in a minute or less, just give the best case for their case, as if you were having to be a prosecutor for the DA. What is Donald Trump being charged with? What is the precedent here? Does that make sense? Like, build it out so our audience just gets all the facts of actually what's going on here. So if you had a case, if I was down, Alvin Bragg, I would want to bring a prosecution based on not just a campaign finance violation because that in and of itself is a civil non criminal penalty. When you tie it to another crime to use it to conspire to do something illegally, then that becomes a felony. And if I was Alvin Bragg, that's what I would have to tie it to. Just to get past the statute of limitations argument, which all separate issue. So what I would do is show that this money was utilized not just illegal unlawfully and properly for campaign purposes, but to extort someone else to get a definitive result that they would not have otherwise gotten. IE a bribe. And, I mean, in this case seems shaky at best. He must be very confident in the jury pool that he'll be able to attract in New York, right? Well, it's New York City, Charlie, and you know how that goes. I guess the only worst to read pool is Washington, D.C.. But here's the interesting part. The jurors, no matter what. From my perspective as a public defender and a national security prosecutor, haven't been on both sides of it in grand juries and been at grand jury targeted witness myself. You still have to listen to the witness and one of their main witnesses is a convicted federal felon. Michael Cohen, who is convicted of lying and defrauding people out of their own money. And their entire case supposedly is built on his testimony. They have a new witness going into the grand jury. I think in like 35 minutes or so here, who is going to contradict supposedly everything Cohen says, and this new witness has no felony record, has never lied, has never defrauded anyone. So the jury still has to get through that. I know the jury pools tainted is probably going to be pretty bad anyway. But that's a significant piece of evidence that Donald Trump will have going forward should he be indicted. Yeah, and I mean, cash, what we have here, though, is a beyond overreach. The predecessor refused to pursue this case. The DoJ refused to pursue this case. But they're going to try to go through it with it anyway. And it is revenge. It's revenge driven politics for Donald Trump winning in 2016. And they're also just trying to do it in the most ridiculing and humiliating way possible, right? Donald Trump used to be the darling of New York. He helped build New York, and then they want to indict him there. Your thoughts cash. Yeah, they want to use him as the continued pinata. This is going to be the time from their perspective in their.
"patel" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
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"patel" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
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"patel" Discussed on Un Cuadro Me Mira
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"patel" Discussed on Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions
"That you can use as well to get insights and showing case cities in data to a boss on how much revenue. You're missing out on now from your competitions. Making the easiest way to buy something else i've done to is. I recognize the the people who participated in the last one and say hey and give them all the credit. He thinks this developer. We're able to fix this order now button. That didn't exist on the site and we're able to push through thanks to their help and now we're seeing you know an extra hundred thousand dollars a month and online orders all thanks to the developer. Who took the time to do it now. That developers like i. I wanna see more money coming in. And i you know i look really good. Everybody make me look again though. let's see if you only had time to learn one thing in regards to seo improving the percentage of clicks from new customers. What would it be copyright. I'll be writing in your title tags Description it's a great way to get more clicks. I'm who should we be following the digital marketing industry. Now i'll i'll start by saying befalling neil patel. Who else do you follow issue following you. They should be following Brian deane falling searching Journal digital marketer ryan deiss puts out a lotta stop bring puzzle. Lotta copywriting follow them. I do a.
"patel" Discussed on Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions
"Here's the troublemaker. Now waiting for a stranger. Sorry for the delay no worries thanks for making it We've got a few people still kinda dropping in. But i was just bragging about you and kind of You know the mazing things that you've done well you've got a limited window so what i will do. I will kick this off with a quick introduction. If that's all right sounds good. So i was water but i did for the background noise. Sadly i can't do anything with kids in kobe. It's all good. I just found out something by the way. I found out that you actually went to cal. State fullerton so we have. We have some custom. Folks that are that are joining us. I'm actually teaching the course there. Now you can believe that cool no small world all right guys here. We go so neil. Neil patel is ridiculously famous entrepreneur analytics expert and investor. We're gonna see if i can get his head to swell up to the size of the window. He's in right now. We'll see if we can make that. Work was born in london. England if you can believe that and grew up in lapoma california which by the way. I grew up in anaheim so i was like right around the corner from you. That's right they're small world neal's only thirty six years old. Is that true really. You do like you look like you're twenty nine. How is that even possible. I'm getting old. Although i love him to death. I feel old. You are a new york times bestselling author. You might have read the book for those who are listening. Hustle the power dead. Charge your life with money. Meaning and momentum Wall street journal caused. Neil a top influencers on the web. Forbes says he's one of the top ten marketers and entrepreneur. Magazine says he's created one of one of the hundred. Most brilliant companies is recognized as a top one hundred entrepreneur under the age of thirty by president obama and top one hundred entrepreneurs under the age of thirty five by the united nations and best known as the founder of crazy egg..
"patel" Discussed on WTOP
"Patel. It can be done. Visit Patel dot org w. T o p at 8 38 traffic and weather on the AIDS Now, right back over to Jack in the traffic center, the toe Chuck did his job on the Beltway outer loop. This has ended the Springfield interchange after the Robinson terminal headed toward I 95 ft out and block the left lane. The tow truck was going to try to get the vehicle that was slammed into the jersey well sideways. Straightened out now get it up on the tow truck just pulled the last of the cones out of that left lane. So lanes are once again open but obviously quite a bit to look at with all the flashing lights or slowdown. Still, as you approach to 36 headed past Braddock Road inner loop of the Beltway been having the same area but getting looser if you will headed up toward gallows road, and I 66 writing in Tysons McLean without delay. There were a couple issues on 66 going West. Headed toward 28 senator, There was a crash that originally was in the right center lane, then maybe a hind it There was a broken down vehicle in the second line from the right. Hopefully, both of those are out of the roadway. We still have some slowing, though eastbound to delay began in Manassas headed east into Centerville, then a little bit heavy again as you approach not headed toward the Beltway, but should find your traveling is open on that stretch. 3 95 a little delay show approach, Duke Headed towards King Street, then slow Boundary channel drive to the 14th Street Bridge. You will find 9 95 very heavy. Very slow. You're jammed in Falmouth to the wreck before Stafford that had been blocking the left lane. Watch out as well. If you're on route one down in the valley got a localised power attitudes are going to be impacting some traffic signals. 95 main line was a little heavy coming out of Woodbridge riding into Lorton. Then again, a delay in Newington. Delays on the Beltway in Maryland inner loop 3 55 slows over toward Connecticut Avenue and then again into college Park headed down toward the greenbelt Metro. Little heavy, passing the 50 interchange as you run down toward the Wilson Bridge. Now you look good outer loop topside slows 95 over toward Georgia Avenue than in the big curve. Southbound to 70 slows near the main ocracy into a bana down to one. Oh, nine. In writing at a Clarksburg through Germantown, heading toward Montgomery Village Avenue. Brief delay passing through Rockville. Then you're slow the length of the spur getting onto the outer loop Troubled in the district is going to be on the freeway west before seventh Street Southwest, the crash in the right lane. One was overturned and had been on fire in northwest Irving Street. Eastbound was closed at Park Place. Follow police direction there, and there was a wreck in Northwest on U Street at 15th Street. Jack Taylor w T o p traffic. And not a storm team for meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts first happened today. Not looking too bad temperatures right around 90 degrees, So, yeah, it'll be hot. It will be a little humid,.
"patel" Discussed on WTOP
"Patel dot org 6 38 traffic and weather on the eights. Here's Jack Taylor in the Traffic Center. Little slow to recover but getting better at a green belt as you go south on the bottom of Washington Parkway, leading powder milk past NASA Goddard Greenbelt Road through the Beltway interchange, the wreck that was down near 4 10 cleared So at least now Lanes are open The trouble spot on 50 West interesting story as you head down toward Kennel Worth Avenue vehicle along the right side of the roadway. Dead battery. There was an assistant that came by did a four point turning the roadway still blocking the right lane. But now we've got two vehicles. One dead in the right lane, The other facing it the wrong direction. Trying to get a jump started on 29 going north bound between Barton Street and Wayne Avenue utility work taking away the right lane slowdown in Prince George's County is on the Beltway interlude, first near Richie Marber. Road reports of debris may have a crash on the inner loop near Branch Avenue. That was the spot where the work zone was in the process of being picked up near Branch Avenue from the right side of the roadway. So please be very careful. All right, going into the district, little better news Alabama Avenue reopened. Between 32nd Street Branch Avenue in southeast earlier crash gone now checking along Southern Avenue Trouble reported out near Wheeler Road. This may be a brushfire decent right across the freeway. So far, no issues between the 14th and the 11th but getting heavier top end on the third Street tunnel headed toward the light in New York Avenue and a little busier leaving Oxon Cove on I 2 95 North headed up toward laboratory Road in Malcolm X Avenue. Now you will find in Virginia. The crash on 3 95 sat down after Glebe Road had been along both sides of the roadway. The left lane is blocked. There's also some activity there over on the right shoulder, So stay out of the left lane to the right should get you by the record. Manassas Park was on 28 North. New Yorkshire Lane had been black in the right lane. I think your lanes are open now. In Manassas, there was a crash on 29 was affecting both sides between Featherbed Lane. And 2 34. Suddenly road sounds like the road would reopen Now. Traffic had been alternating also at a Woodbridge 1 23 north beyond after I 95 the wreck had been along the left side of the roadway. Marlowe Furnitures Biggest labor Day sale has been held over. So you still have time to save half off your furniture purchase. Don't miss the final days to save at Marlow Furniture. Jack Taylor. W T o p. Traffic. Got a nice morning. Going on. Here is Lauryn Ricketts. First half of today not looking too bad temperatures right around 90 degrees. It will be hard. It will be a little humid, increasing clouds, little.
"patel" Discussed on No Agenda
"Oh no agenda. Oh no agenda. Oh no agenda. We're patel oh no agenda. Law happening is not a virus. Oh no agenda mom. Now information lov no agenda the government and the media agenda your lawn now everybody on the all seeing your beside themselves with anxiety. Dudes out there but otherwise lottery is out there without. Thanks bye testing testing. No that really runny by.
"patel" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
"We explore the inner workings of the brain and the body with one of the brightest minds in wellness medicine and mindset. This week's guest is the patel. Mr patel is a functional medicine. Practitioner and clinical nutritionist specializes in gastro intestinal health. Her journey into this arena started ten years ago when her child was diagnosed. Suddenly with indeterminate. Crohn's colitis she was told that the disease was chronic and there was no cure. Suddenly her daughter was put on a cocktail of different medications. including steroids immunosuppressants anti inflammatories and chemotherapy. Drugs but nothing was working. She was told repeatedly that food diet and lifestyle didn't make difference niche. The decided to take control in start researching her book and resource. She could possibly find. She changed her daughters diet and implemented lifestyle supplement and other recommendations and after nine months of doing so. Dr was shocked to see that she had a completely clear cohen. It was at this time that she started studying nutrition and then went on to study functional medicine today. She's helped hundreds of patients get to the root cause of their mitch. The begi so much for joining on the podcast. It's a pleasure to have it here and cute and keep the happiness and be on. your podcast. Were yards excellent. And i think there's no better way to dig into this than talk about the hero's journey we've been on and your family's been on over the last few years embedded will going you know parts apart that story and start talking about some of the basics when wants to ib deep Let's start from the beginning. Tell us about how you and your daughter and alzira has to ended up in this crisis of health. What started journal off. My journey staunched in twenty ten on vacation to alaska. We won't vacation and why to his jet skiing and she fell in six that causing tend the boat challenge swallowed. Some of the world's few days later she started getting sick tummy. Makes you know the usual things that stock inflammatory bowel disease. We got back to london. Things will really really bad and urgency lots of running back and forth to the hospital and they examined how i thought it was an infection from the wolves harass the. Yeah this pathogen in walter..
"patel" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast
"Of things but also how to marry the up into the clinical side and the whole of the first module year. So we're all together. It's only a small cup. Cool coble of limited numbers and we then go on this journey together like an nba style. And so the first two days will be all about finding your true knowles understanding what good leadership looks like because leadership varies for. Everybody is not the same leadership for everybody and understanding yourself and was so lucky. We've got harvard business school graduate and educate coming to run that hasaan con. I mean obviously. I'll be sharing a lot of my stories in dentistry. But almost he is going to take care of that and say what they learn. Hobbit business school about running a business and what tips that they can give. The second module is about brand and team and cult job. And so. I'm brian again. I'll share with the delegates. Exactly what we have done at eleven and why. The brand is so important rather than the individual. Obviously you've got to have a brand yourself. The dentist but the brand individuals very important and we have the gm of nights uk coming to tell us about how they have literally pivoted from being a consumer business into a virtual business but also what could doing to maintain their presence as a high performer. Some trying to bring the elite of both in business and in sports together to allow us to all understand where we're headed journeys different and then the team manship is going to be running bicycle. I would do one. Who is the leader. When england won the world cup and how he put his whole team together and the match of being together and how he dealt with difficult individuals and how he put them within the team and how the team planned and how they did it all together and it's the dna of a champion is his lecture. All these guys who patients no there are the people that i've now no well so again austin to be involved with this and so lucky that you know they're open to helping people go to the next level and the third module it becomes a little bit more clinical and understanding how we do on new patient appointments at eleven all the way from the phone call how we asked them to treatment planning and how to change single two and two streets of grants to entry which is what we do everyday is dentists and so bad that is i guess. Maybe you know from the clinic last year most body will pieces and now i mean it's going. It's so exciting. Because that's when we've now found what you're all about you founded identity where you're gonna go but actually the clinical side is what we connect dance and so i will share with you. How we convert those single to dentistry patients into comprehensive. How we do a new patient appointment and how important photography is and minaj patel from focus is going to come and do the whole photography side of things to me on that and then finally it will be. The fourth module is about financial intelligence. How to understand your business but also to create wealth in in my mashghara not is most insists on one. Step away from being wealthy and it's this financial.
"patel" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast
"That's incredible. I can't wait to To check in with eve human myself. It's gonna be awesome. Can i literally love this topic. And it gives me goosebumps just here like seeing the futuristic part of the whole side of technology. You guys are bringing into the hospitality. Hotels base I i know you're a busy guy. But where can people reach out to you. The best by the people can find out more like on tv hotel and the human aspect that you guys are bringing in with technology. Yes so our website still under construction. But there i think our director of it still has are temporary site up there they can still go on it. it's ww dot e hotel group dot com. They can reach us ebay info at abbey hotel group dot com. They can see me on linked in can patel on linked. We're on facebook as well. E b hotel group they can find us on linked to any be hotel group Were already close to two thousand followers in two months. So i'm guessing people like us say i think you guys are doing Doing something right. You're getting the attention that's needed. And i i'm excited. I think this is the perfect time. The granted Is not good. You know for you know to ever have a pandemic but the end of the day. I think we've all learned everyone in the hospitality and whether it's vacation rentals restaurants hotels probably one of the worst best things that could happen to us. Yeah i know in a kind of just wanna wish everybody to make sure they stay safe and their families are safe as low awesome ken. Well thank you so much for being on slick talk. The hospitality podcast. You heard it. Slick talkers all these links and everything will be in the show so go ahead find ken patel linked in find out. Uv hotel group and get ready for a wakeup call. Thank you so much for listening. We love your support and want to provide the best. We can to all our listeners. So please find us online. Social media and on spotify apple podcasts and google podcasts..
"patel" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast
"I'm wrong i. I'm sorry but from a overall perspective is just that usually been and we have a mutual friend zhol t zero patel and her talking about Just the overall bridging the gap between hoteliers vacation rental hosts or managers. Because at the end of day i own a vacation. Rental management company also work with people in the hotel space like then. There's so many perks both and the you're the first one. I think that actually has not been like screw vacation rental. Screw you know airbnb. Whatever it's not gonna last. They're taking our inventory. They're taking our market blah blah blah blah blah. Yeah no i. I believe i believe need somebody like airbnb around. It's a wakeup call. You know we all need. We knew all need to have wake up calls. You know and this should be a wakeup call. I told people five years ago. Whatever four or five years ago. This industry is going to have something. That should be a wakeup call. And i didn't expect it to be colbert. But i did expect somebody like airbnb. Got you've got similar. Things to airbnb does a college student candidate created. I mean he's got a billion dollar company now And he's got a what's called. Jeff bezos is back in him as well and he was a college student that came up with leasing and management of student housing or college housing. And you know it's taken off in the way now. The hotels do have competitions and guests has options. You know i never call. It is an option being part of the industry. I'm sorry as competition being part of the industry but for a guest. It's an option now and for us. We need to look at it like they are telling us to do something now. That was kind of my call with them. They loved it that they're like this forty year. Old guy is getting it. You know the where they're like. Okay somebody finally got the hint. Somebody finally got it that. How can we just be. Click and goal without having anything we we we're not even providing housekeeping or breakfast and the guests still love it so when we think that breakfast is a key component breakfast is not the key component but is breakfast needed because now we've preached it so much yes because we preached it so much you know if we didn't preach it at high level then we want to need it and now when you eliminate something we're at this.
"patel" Discussed on Defocus Media
"Combination of gratitude being thankful and generally see you. Get more of your thankful for And very much of lebron in. That's and so certainly a joke around and said rather be lucky so for being pretty lucky but at the myself thinking to myself is pretty good in so Be tackled ramsey. Goes a long way you know depending on how you want to consume all ready for comment. Neil actually podcast. We do a sage. Linnet a siege at cleansing. Or and we do this every quarter we you know we that are coming. None of our our stay cellulite to do that. Serves send some of the energies of lugar that in combination of of was beyond some of the traditional way of the eagles along. So certainly lock. However you wanna define that i think is out me as amazing. That's amazing first of all that you went off aboard their gratitude but that's great Nfl appreciate the humidity honesty. would obviously. You're doing amazing things On so you know being humble suits put it. That way is incredible and really sage cleansing of your practice. That's something i'm gonna we're gonna have to talk about that a little bit more off line. 'cause that's something i be definitely into doing at our practices. You're right there so many entities through daily It's no surprise it you know. Sometimes you're on ener naked thrown off and the way him can be affected so anyways that's very cool very cool. Well thank you. Dr patel again for taking the time to join the on. Podcast sharing such incredible insights about your practice was the whole dryness. Specifically thank you for having your such a great Young entrepreneurs luiso thank you for having me and your sharing your voice and your ideas and thoughts with the rest of the community is really awesome and good luck to you. Thank you so much. Thank you very much. And i wanna say. Thank you to everybody who joined us in the audience where you're watching on youtube. Whether you're listening on apple podcasts for the your on spotify msci go check out dr refreshments foul checkout to cnbc eyecare and learn from them there. Thanks again for joining. And i will see you again very.
"patel" Discussed on Defocus Media
"For five or six years ashley and it wasn't until newer technology in our lake bluff axons ago. That sounds like reasonable thing. And then you realize it okay. That's a whole subset of patients and it wasn't until they don't say oh lenses that seems to make sense so you know as much as we sometimes need to Have this very much draw. No plan of what the next thing i should get or the next feasible committed to invest in. Sometimes this having that i Be to win. i in realizing i'm vicious. You can help in. Let that organically grows time roles on. So i know you're you're in in bt. Your toronto is interesting about your said. A company called strategic coaching Rallies things you not louis progress not perfection so as much as the idea you want to be perfect for that ursula that when patients are for your practice reality would be is as long as you're making progress in this case other technology your knowledge or learning that that progress help that patients who further and was very interesting in the example leadership is a flight from toronto. is literally off course nine percent of the time and there's just constant course correction happens law with an take that very much at home in practice in addition to help the station that i want to be perfect. The reality would be as your spicer things. I'm going to help them. Feel better and those incremental improvements for that patients With potentially acknowledged the have nots are just with my knowledge or all. Al- allows that person's Veterans time goes on and when the next signal comes out then you have the option. What invested in north ears of subsidy Something that's important to keep in mind as long as you're making progress in your practice peripheral loyalty Hungary your practice share that seeing experienced your with your friends and family organically is gonna always your practice. And that's that's you no matter what if you could get digital ruptured on word of mouth Iraqis absolutely absolutely well. You can give people those experiences like you're talking about you know patients wanna give you a hug. 'cause you change their life basically they're going to be able to bring new people in they're gonna shoot that experience with other people and bring people in. I like that. Growth mindset I think that's so important. I've definitely been guilty of a tour. You get caught up in like you wanna just make it look perfect before he put it out there but it's really just about being learning and growing failing frankly sometimes so you can get better over time but that's great so tell me about how you made the for ideal your i. I still can't get over the first person in north america to first congress. Officially us approach you that for years. That was your main stay in them. How did you make the jump to appeal. When did you do that. What was your impetus there. Yes so you know be for salova flow In turn kind of putting that base of said that you know we were. We were Helping along the way and For not really eligible zone even if they wanted to write so we were always looking for the next acknowledgee as he was coming out to offer. Denali are abuse in that work on core benefit from certain than those those. It didn't so i. It all came out and was health candidate through me basically jumped on it. We were looking at a few devices. It really finding something was of course have the have the clinical Papers to prove aid is actually beneficial for dry. Is there's been some Certainly off label treatments for its With yell for sometime but we were. We were just waiting for that. That does redick. I'm really looking at something. That would in the demographic Victim quite frankly mostly that if there was some sort of potential benefit from john drinan students than kind of combine. Those things one almost pointing that you're really excited about that. So in this case we were the first in candidates. Have your eyes and and we've had it now for about six months and it's been incredible we've been able to really help patients undergo yourself a. We've never. I've never seen so many size in. My career added just nonstop just just almost eighty percent which is right now. We'll have some sort of experience restorative stones real so i think we got fortunate in the timeliness of it so being able to help those stations dry and you know again it of different things Allegedly whether it's afloat facts folks liberals or conferences in cleansers. I mean there is such a wide range of things you mentioned you are. You're right about the style thing. I think there's something about me because people are home or i don't know what it is. Maybe they're on their screens more the rubbing their eyes. Whatever it might be. But it's also one of those things that when you when you start looking for something all of a sudden we start to see it so much more. That's only tell people about dry to like you know before. I got into this sphere like a year year and a half ago. Whatever it was. I it's not that i brought in a bunch of new patients in that period of time. 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