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Independence, Individually

Bellwether Hub Podcast

13:54 min | 2 years ago

Independence, Individually

"I'm jim brawley and this is bellwether and bang bang bang in today shows shish dumping now he made in welcome to this week's episode of bellwether hubs thank you for joining a i greatly greatly appreciate it 'em this podcast is on the topic of independence and the reason it's on the topic of independence this is being recorded a the first week of july which in the united states is the big independence day celebrations so idea of independence a is front and for center in the united states is a big vacation week a and there's a lot of really fun good stuff and we get the celebrate america and life is wonderful but a i want it covered the idea of independence because i have a little bit of a different spin on it 'em now is really stuck on the word independence and i was thinking about what it was what i was gonna talk about this week and a independence kept coming out independence kept coming up and i don't like to get into politics i don't like to get into religion a on this on this podcast 'em in most of the time when you think about pendants independence at least in the united states you you automatically go like geopolitical developments in and national freedom and screw you britain we went and did her own thing in this nation state level of discussion or or you're talking about the celebration and it's all about fireworks in america and beer and hotdogs and beach chin and all that stuff so i didn't really wanna go there 'em so i'm not but but i still wanna talk about independence because i want something these podcasts lift beyond just the individual week that they are reported in a and i wanted something the transcendent and and i i was reflecting a little bit on one of the biggest things i learned when i went out a on business up for myself an end so i sort of think about independence individually and and yes we have the freedom in this country to do whatever it is we wanna do and that's nice but one of the great breakthroughs that i had as a business owner and one that i really wish i had years ago when i was working in corporate was that there really are no rules and you know my career i spent almost two decades 'em incorporate most of them in the financial industry which is loaded with lawyers and compliance and regulations highly regulated industry and blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah when i went out on my own into the coaching industry understanding the fact that i had no rules was literally one of the hardest things that i could get my head around and one of my biggest challenges as an entrepreneur getting my head around the fact that they're literally were no rules i could put i would ever i want it to from my business now whether or not people buy it is something different but i could do whatever it is only put whatever i want on my website i could i could do a podcast it doesn't matter what i say i could say whatever want that idea of no rules of true independence is exciting it's fun but it's also very frightening and when you think about what it is for us individually is you know and now you've got this untamed direction direction that you can go into there is this plethora of possibility a when we think about the choices that were able to make an and i really wanna drive that home this week is that we put a lot of rules on are selves and when you think back to not give a history lesson but in the in the seventeen hundreds when the uss was a saying by by the britain they've they affectively looked at britain and said you know what your rules were not working for us the rules you're giving us and what you're taking from is not working for us an and i hear that all the time in corporate all the frustrations that people give me a corporate are generally around my my first question is why are you doing that or why is that a thing for why is that a rule and why is this a challenge and other times it's just you know people just don't stop to think about it and say well it's just the way that it's done and you say the way things done like come on right and and when i think back to my personal career in corporate the decisions i made made from my career a were generally based on assumptions that i had and they were often the wrong assumptions i often in challenge myself i never challenge myself a enough to challenge the status quo and if there is something i wasn't working from me i suck it up i swallow it i go back i'd be pissed off at work and i would just go clang clang clang at the keyboard and it was it wasn't beneficial for me it wasn't beneficial for the people i was working with and wasn't but beneficial for the people i worked for a my career would have turned out very differently if i recognize that there really were no rules and when i start to articulate what it is that i wanted to do that's when things started to change from me and when i stopped taking out these rules saying you want me in here what nine o'clock in the morning after stay here till seven o'clock at night just because even if i don't have work right i'm not doing that an icy people all the time has come in early the have the state late they they could literally leave they have nothing else do but they're just being told that the sitting there seat a and then you're a grown ass individual why are you doing this in a lot of people could fundamentally changed their their work life balance the way they approach work and they could do more interesting work if they start to think about you know what this isn't working for me it's also not working for the people around me what assumptions by making then i could challenge what assumptions are just done because this is the way it is this is the culture that's being driven at my office okay we're living in a world of assumptions are brain does it to be efficient right we just assume and that's great and and the cost of officiency though the costs of the purpose of officiency is that we lose the ability or we sacrificed the ability to think creatively and when we make these assumptions and and you know the the power of a crowd in everyone just starts doing the same thing and we go through this day in the recor keeps going and going around and it's just the way the things operate we we don't stop and scratch the record and say hey a we need to check on this assumption and say is this really the best way we can operate which is why people spend so much money bringing coaches coaches come in and say why are you doing that i go through an exercise with my clients a almost all my clients i just have them do this just because it was really impactful from me there's this guy 'em his name is richard boy access doctor richard boy at says he doesn't know the he has fans i'm super fan boy of his work i love a everything that that richard buyouts does and he's got he's a professor at case western university a i think 'em and he's got he spoke at some coaching common says i've been to and and i sat through one of his online courses and he he does a lot on basically organizational psychology behavioral change a any does a lot of these don't like fifty years of research on that so so the guy smart a he knows what he's talking about an and he has this exercise i'll put a link up to the course era page a free course you take it lets you wanna pay for whatever the certificate says that you actually sat through it 'em but he he talks about the three people that that we we have for us it's one the person we are to the person they that you want to be an three the person you ought to be any often talks about this in the context text of leadership you know who is the leader that you want to be who is the leader that you ought to be an end neck and going very many different directions and i always have my clients articulate those three people who are you today who do you want to be in the future and then who is the person that you feel you ought to be in generally almost always ninety nine point nine percent of the time a d answer is a very different and if they're not different i make them do it again because they haven't worked hard enough and the purpose of exercises to identify the gaps of where we are today and where we want to be ending joining analysis of the gap we find these assumptions were rules that are preventing us from getting to where it it is that we wanna go you know whatever that next level is that's that's are challenge and when we know what those those assumptions or those rules are then we could just attack them and break them down and say this doesn't work for me 'em an all oftentimes a lot of these assumptions that we have that prevents us from getting to the person and we wanna be the leader we wanna be v employee we wanna be these success that we wanna be or that we see for ourselves is that there are certain aspects of driven by are life that that are saying no no no no you can't do this yet you ought to be this or you ought to be this an often times that doesn't align with who it is that we actually wanna be an understanding the ought to be versus wants to be a is a very important developmental step in terms of saying look if i wanna put out my path what's my runway to say where am i gonna go and i wanna see where you know what turns i'm gonna make this is my personal gps this is my northstar you have to be all the time that are pulling you off the highway and when we figure out what it is that doesn't work for you and that's impacting your ability to get where you are to be truly independent to be able to make these choices that's the great part of independence is you get to make your choices and understanding what's impacting those choices is is fundamental to to making the right choice and so independence this week a for me is just a nice reminder on the fact that we are able to make choices and there are plenty of assumptions out there though we are making in this is driven into us from childhood 'em and no matter this this is something as simple as i don't like my job to even things more severe in terms of negative relationships and other things that are are far more serious an end we have the challenge today assumptions that we have on saying i can't do this because of acts really the question is how come a an is that really the the the the true reason why you're you're doing what you're doing a or is there anything else you could do and there's a book 'em i'll recommend this book this week this is how by accustomed boroughs 'em it's really effectively self help book he's gotten amazing story but it's written in a very casual way 'em on this topic of choice that we have choices we make a an end weaken always each day then you wake up you have choices and you can make fundamental changes if you really want and and to make that and what do you willing to sacrifice for those changes so when you think back 'em based on the history lesson back in the seventeen hundreds america toll britain this doesn't work for us and they made a choice right now you may not need full revolution a but the questions you can ask yourself are what's not working for you when you think of you're goals your ideals your challenges was impacting your ability to get their oftentimes it's it's assumptions on who you ought to be were arbitrary rules that don't really apply to you or assumptions that you have on on what you're fully capable off we have assumptions on yes i could do that are no i can't and won't even going to blow that up that's the big reflects over the weekend most of us have four days a and if you're listening to this after the fourth you could take you know just a couple of hours 'em were just a few minutes pause reflect and say what is it that you want to be how how come true independence by coming any choice that i wanted to make how could that support what it is then i wanna be and it's time extremely well spent for you and a lotta times it's it's just a matter of that reflection it's simple it's easy so that's my quick a quick hit this week it's on independence i hope this was helpful as always come visit a come visit me on bellwether hub dot com an a i'm i'm working on some pretty cool and exciting stuff and it's it's a that's good time to be a good time to be part of part about whether so thank you for listening have wonderful holiday this is after the holiday have a wonderful week and a as always i will see you out there thanks for listening thank you so much for listening now do something for yourself bellwether is much more than just a podcast join us a bellwether hub dot com where you can reach riveting articles view upcoming events and connect with other

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S12 Extra: World's End

Something Who

22:45 min | 1 year ago

S12 Extra: World's End

"Hello welcome to an experimental short extra podcast from something who and welcome back to Simon. How rich it should much to catch up with you again? Yeah I up. Thanks to those of you who've taken our listener survey this the still time for your fee contribute to any. It really doesn't take very long. Please follow the link in the notes that came attached to this podcast when he downloaded it and it will take a couple of minutes. No more but you and what you've what you've sent three so far as being very interesting and I think it will help us to you. Know as we're planning the podcast to think about what you do date like so thanks again and also that a new way you can help to support us if you go to the the following link and again it'll be in the notes attached to this. It's rate this podcast dot dot com forward slash something who Something who will win word and the idea behind that is quickly takes you to a site you can rate uh-huh and then it'll help other people find us and thou be great so please do that very well. Okay so Simon. What did you think of often fifty five? Wow last speaking I was always lavishing the new series. We've quite praise the real high point. Some in the last one swan unfortunately was a bit of a bit of a letdown. There was some promising ideas but the way in which was it was delivered very very disappointing side. We had some great special effects for the Drake's they were. They were highly impressive but honestly a lot of it just like an underground carpark in some inner city suburbs somewhere and each week. We say that the cost and get enough today. So Ryan was pretty much the star our show and big letdown for she ryan fluffed his lines. East just comes across as a bit unlovable and plotting. Unfortunately say himself down now unfortunately Ryan yes again. She was good but bidding the background too much of scene of seeing this episode absolutely taken apart online reviews whilst I think it was the worst ever episode of doctor who like some people say it wasn't bad however say I think the ball was set very high the into shows up series. They will recommend this when I was a bit of a letter only went round around and didn't cycles and those that unnecessary trip out into the wasteland Benny back and they got away out to get him and what do they do. They shut him the southern what youthful Richard. Well yeah I mean it was a game a two-horse as far as I was concerned like you say after after those two episodes of Spoi- boy fall and then the first half of this one. I was really in quite positive excited about doctor. You I thought cheaper says got everything under control and and They need action. We've become base under siege. There's this tension building quite nicely. You know there's this is a monster. The studio threatening and believable. And Yeah you know I thought okay suits this this is gonNA K- and then unfortunately the second half in I couldn't I couldn't like at all I mean as you say this this pointless. Let's go outside so he can guess drown date. There's the kind of convenient. Oh look. There's a long tunnel against this is back although I just go straight through the middle of another threat It was terrible science. Just didn't believe that the species can Kinda volve from being air-breathing to being carbon dioxide breathing characters was as you say were killed off and then I take exception to beeping hits over the head three or four times with a simple message. I mean I I appreciate what they're trying to say in terms of environmental message pitch got that from the story but then being whacked over the head with it right at the end again. I I thought that's a bit much as well. So yeah you know. I think it's the worst thing ever but I try as I might and tries I did to love it. I couldn't now. There was a double whammy. There was the whole parenting tame running all the way as well. Yes and gram grams. been a star of the show all the way through. So how altogether. But I can't he just he just didn't really get involved us a bit useless. Really wasn't the all the way through it. He won them that fantastic price with his galactic coupons Tokyo whenever you were on the East in can't evolve really just kept protesting US bus driver and didn't know what was going on so that was disappointing. Graham it Israel he just wanted to sit down. Didn't take his take me the way off his feet and have a bit of a funny didn't work out for him and yeah I agree with the whole parents thing it. It was ludicrous. I think that the two could be reconciled in the last frame having been so thoroughly odds all the way through the again there was no real believable. Move towards reconciliation there so so yeah anyway. What didn't WanNa do with spent a long time with you coping hoping Here we and we we kind of agreed beforehand. That wasn't GonNa go very far so so what we ought to do. Instead is to say well you know this episode showed us the end of the world. But it's not the first time the world sanded in doctor who say we thought we work our way through all different ones. We could remember across the series that works to me having Eban having sort of sat through episode and I watched it twice because I couldn't believe how bad the alarm reviews I think we need to do this. Whole Earth devastation? Justice this style of your Ram Gala Frei Review in the last podcast wretched. Yeah can't guarantee to be quite fluent or quite as quick on this one but but but let's go so so how I frame this one is in well. It's in chronological order. As far as the series is concerned. It is very far from being chronological as far as the earth is concerned concerned though aspect when you come to the end of the it's relative I suppose as to what the chronology is but I the first one I could think the series was the arc which she she stay in the fifty seventh segment of time but apparently the earth is dying on they have to disappear off. Would you make the ARC. So I mean that's the that's the woman the aliens through the Beatles haircuts isn't it the very susceptible to the common cold the human saw. Yeah Stephen just just about finished. He's everybody offers me. That will again be familiar. Isn't it started off promisingly then and then fizzled out. I mean the mono it's quite impressive. Aliens ends until you live. took their their feet and to further down. Yeah I suppose you're right okay. So then we've got the tenth planet so that's at the end of the earth but it's the end of Anna So said Mandis comes back is to have like the earth upside down. Yeah Oh and hair bad word about that story. That's that's just fantastic with a cyberman coming out of the snow and even though they got those ridiculous sought to describe like George Foreman Foreman grills on their chests now. That's that's that's a fantastic story if you get two ends of Mangas actually because you get you get the thing that causes assignment in the first place it drifts away and goes to cold and they've got to do something and then it comes back in it and it Melts or something. Because it's got too much Janet from the earth I think never quite clear how it drains the energy from the earth or what happens to cause it to overheat but but yeah that's a very very that's still one of the cleverer stories also thoroughly lifeless the wet dealt with the astronauts as well not seeing now In doctor who is a few few grizzly historical bet. That's the first time I really saw. How reflex the CYBERMAN? uh-huh and Warren Wilson a script writers as well. Yeah I remember even the talk of that and thinking. Gosh that's it. You know they they. They can't get the gravitational pull of the Sun. It's GonNa take them a while to to okay to get there but But as that yeah it was a bit of a shocker. The next one off the office so I couldn't think of the offending in trout era in Lawrence. We've got what was almost the end of the Earth a- salaries thing we are going to end because they see a planet approaching again. That's a fantastic. Talk novelization that description there if the silo and second cover and the and the Harry monkey men in the fighting finally like that image. That was that was that was good as well. Yes the actual description in the in the The self is a bit thinner than that but they sort of say. We calculated that it would draw all our atmosphere and destroy life and the doctor points out that Became the moon in. It never happened and then in the same series same yeah same year. We've got inferno which again is naturally the earth but it spirits by as might as well be the earth again that that manage to get a good story across without being preachy as well didn't it That was a good in the doctor. Struggling early movies with his targeting bumped off into a parallel parallel laugh and he could see the future there. What would happen if and if madeline so far with with journey everything else the promotes as well? We're excellent as well. That's one of my early memories adults. Hey all right prime old running around my own. Coastal what share it with my uncles and so two being very small when they offered me out the room. Because he's t scary. Remember the primal chasing per we around the top. Thank Dash Tower whatever. It was at the joining site so happy days even though the F. was under three goals yeah well I mean you. You know you can't kind of doctor you without the Earth under threat so angry that and then so this is. This is one of my early early memories. the Aachen space and then the SANTORIN experiment. So yeah I am I see again this is this. Is the earth having been abandoned due to solar flares that was where the South African astronauts or the mercenaries landed and fell foul of. What was it come on to Star Star Roy Marshall Style or? I think you've got him so so I guess you've got to as you say you've got the you've got the a half of the population going up into the hour or small part of the population go into the art can being suspended animation to go back and repopulate the earth. Then you've got another troll troll should've disappearing off into the stars and then they come back to To to see what's going on in a way when speech when the the people in the cover woken up so so you've got you've got two populations returning against the it says at the FBI UNH- uninhabited for ten thousand years of that point so it is quite long way in the future We might come to to ca quite where we think Often fifty five sits in all of this if if if indeed it does and then the following year we've got Pyramids Pyramids of Mars and and so you take the aunts at the age old dot quest question doesn't it when he looks up from his newspaper and says well so if they don't like it just clear off in the Tartus. Yeah Yeah so yeah so in one thousand nine hundred eighty. The Earth was a desolate planet circling. Lina dead son according to the fourth doctor because sue tekere being allowed to run riot so and that was in. What just about sixty odd years? So Ah he's possibly even worse than the than the rampaging greenhouse effect so say you're eight semi don't Down lastly Tegla. There's a third. There's a throw away in the sun. Makers I mean I I was sort of chewing over a bunch of things in an I a native stat that at some point in the sun makers they say that there was a dying. Human population was relocated. To Mars. Doesn't really explain us. Both whether it's the the earth itself is dying or just some problem with humans. I mean any particular memories of the sun makers he just the time watching is a Katie. It seemed a little bit dull without monsters but mentally as a grownup looking back it. That's a very very very clever story and action very very enjoyable. Aw and a little dig a little dig at inland revenue and taxation system as well. We'll know in love as grownups as well. Nothing could story that none of this show for fifty five and a good lie unfortunately interesting. Actually that we've got the four consecutive doses of rob homes here. You know you've got Arkansas. Space Pyramids of Mars some makers and we're back to talk about mysterious planet. What he wanted Robert Homes have heavy in for the Earth for I wanted so yeah mysterious plan? I can't say that I really remember mysterious planet. All that well and I haven't got around to opening my the Season twenty-three box yet. I mean do you have any any particular. Strong memory serves misjudges cotton. I've got to confess. That was when I went away to university. I mean this is one of the next. Yeah I was. I was at university as well actually the so. I think the parents videotape for me so I did see it and I remember I remember the reveal of if the Of the the the cheap station. Yeah apparently according to what I've read online earth relocated by two light years. Ah Two million years in the future by the time lords but I mean it's it's it's one of those things in the travel time lords season where it it feels like. They've had a bit too much time to to right and they sort of overwritten there and his other than I mean why would anyone have to move the earth to lie I. It seems to be Dave complicated to me. We should point out to younger listeners. As well that if you missed doctor here and say that was it. It was gone. Nice skyboxes one or two videotapes around. Yeah no DVD's and VHS launches were little while away. Yeah yeah that's very true. So then curse effeects of hints at a alternate future for the Earth where he voice come from. Do you remember any we did did. Did you get back from time to manage to manage to catch that one and watch that several times on DVD. So that's another that's another good one Actually a strong eysenck so VESTA McCoy story as well which unfortunately bit few and far between for my taste but that was one of the better ones thing. Yeah I mean I remember watching this one at university either. Either friend who recorded the episodes here he got his own. TV and Video University which is pretty unusual official and doctor. Who Fan? So I used to pop around and washed them and I remember watching. This one's the the first episode of cursive fendrick thinking I know Gosh doctor. WHO's proper again? This this is sort of like I remember it and yes I say the he was Ara sort of their. What's happened? I mean they are. I am an antecedent of the aliens in off of fifty five in that they are. What's happened when the skin horribly wrong? But then I think at the end of the episode state they avert the future. They'd never happened in the first place so they kind of wipe the slate clean on that so Yes that's another alternate impossibility at chemical slime apparently rather than runaway greenhouse effect. Yeah I always like to see doctor who stories. We've from soldiers in them as well. That's always a good sign affected story a think dismissive soldiers very. Yeah Yeah it was Very Pacey as well. I remember that first episode loss of scenes in it for so cut and then moving through the new series. We've got the appropriately titled end of the world The actual destruction eruption of the earth in a fireball. Memories of that one just Wayne for so long. I Dr who come back on the screens again and Chris Rock liston being revelation and rose as well and that was just a tremendous became going. The Tartus became a real thrill trip as well once again. Just what you're so many different aliens encountered in that story again. That's that's one of the new ones I can watch over and over okay. That was wonderful. Such a you know Akwesasne time in the toss is just such a fleeting visit And I thought he was fantastic. He's he's my favorite of all the new doctors. I like the last seen. If that way they they come back to earth and they have muncher bag of chips and talk about the reality of being back on earth. Having seen it destroyed in the future is quite nice as my English teacher said juxtaposition. That he did it's because with the classic who were always looking back at all the the old episodes but I oh clever Russell t davies real contemporary. Feeling as if you were back in the sixties watching it being broadcast for the first time it felt contemporary with the season and the two teachers and again the costing arise. I thought that was very clever. And having a very urban sort of feel to it So that was that was that was unite back on our screens bang. Sure so I'm GONNA move to the MAFA era now and the beast beast below and this this this obese below sort of hint sat a similar story to Arkansas space. I mean solar flares Reagan mentioned. I'm not entirely clear space to be contemporary while. Not Because of course Aachen spaces at the end but whether this is this is the same solar flares and this is the same out flow that leads to the South Africans coming back to the earth or whether this is another set of solar flares. Don't if you've pondered Dow press it. It was the ECO friendly. You'll the warriors on both while ship escaping me off as tentative. It's all the people people on the Ark. I found the beast below a bit kind of hard to swallow me lots of impossible concert sort of sounded nice. Yes in theory but the but it didn't cajole that well as a story but yeah I I think it's a nice note back to earlier times which brings there's I guess then finally to this one so I suppose again contemporary environmental concerns and five in astray Leah. You know very very much. You're a global major concern of our time. I mean not that it wasn't many years ago but but Particularly brought to the front of our minds right now so so yes so so so so I think I think the the theme smart enough just the execution you know not quite supreme Like you said the uncensored message the United States we all this is all. You're doing this as we all thought rather than it being some sort of alien threat all. Aw I mean you can't really blame humans for for solar flares the running theme through stories. We've run through Richard as influences solar flares. But he was left in no doubt that this off who wasn't the drinks that Drake's and future as well sure sure and clearly. There are things that humanity could do to to resolve this problem but laying on two six year olds on the Sunday. Just before you go to bed. His perhaps a bit much may not who knows may may be The the ECO warriors. The future of being have been formed the watching this earlier in the weekend. And we'll see a resurgence of interest in and and and the world will change the result. Perhaps APPS I I think my kids are very switched on unfortunately to to global warming and the threat. And it's it's it's more grownups and adults who laugh at Greta Mug and alike that neat the wake-up co Okay well look. That's that's our whistle-stop race through ends of the Earth. I'm not sure that we we we. We quite know where to place. Often fifty five whether whether it sort of fits into that chronology or whether it's an alternate when the doctor did talk about that being alternate futures and feels that that runaway greenhouse doesn't really fit in with the things we've seen like the Ice Age in in the ice warriors or or the solar flares in a lot of these stories So I think perhaps it is an alternate timeline. That maybe The viewers watching Washington's connor can avert. Yes so so. This is an experiment. Doing a short one of these podcasts. We'll see how you like to in an and whether it's May WanNa do in the future but thanks thanks for listening and the tuning in and we'll be back with a full episode of something who very shortly again. We'll be looking at one of the new series episodes and an older one solar flares permitting. ECCLES thanks Simon. Thanks for joining me for Sir. It's been great to have a good catch you richard boy everybody Tara

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Kate Middleton Skipping Princess Diana's Statue Unveiling, Jamie Lynn Spears Breaks Silence on Britney's Testimony  Daily Pop 06/29/21

Daily Pop

41:02 min | 3 months ago

Kate Middleton Skipping Princess Diana's Statue Unveiling, Jamie Lynn Spears Breaks Silence on Britney's Testimony Daily Pop 06/29/21

"The drama to discuss today on daily pop. Brad pitt made the sister is breaking her. Silence and kate middleton has us a little shook it. Ooh music star carly here. Y'all morgan stewart is bad. She had an up opthamologist. Appoint me yesterday. Everyone came from. Where are you. i'm like. I have a problem now. Well we have some real big problems today. All has to do with the royals because the drama just won't quit. There is a new report that kate middleton will not be at thursday's unveiling of a princess diana statute now. The event has been scheduled for a while now but it's suddenly seems like katie is skipping it to quote help keep the number of people down now a source tells page six kate cates absence. We'll be telling on so many levels because she was supposed to be there to help. Smooth things out. Between harry and william. Some people are speculating. This is kate's way of avoiding hairy. What do you think. I honestly first of all we've heard about this statue for a very long time at least for the last. I wanna say two to three months. They were never everything. I had heard about this. Unveiling of the statue of kate was never in. Attendance was never supposed to go. So i don't know what this new page six to. You know what. I mean. So i don't i don't feel like there has been a change of plans. Actually i also feel like the real issues with meghan. I don't really think it's with harry. I think she's upset for harry. I think she feels betrayed by. I think she doesn't like he's not her favorite person. She's going to be queen of england. She's not letting that drama. Get in the way of her duties and supporting her husband. Hold on thank you very much. I'll do it'd be best friends. No she was never supposed to go. It would be one thing also. Because i think it's almost a favor in reverse because i think kate not going. It doesn't highlight meghan. Not being there as much if susan was having a statute unveiled of her at her nelson. She's really nuts. This jordan did not show up. Would you say that supporting your husband supporting as well. I agree with you. But i do think in this instance i again going back to. She was never supposed to attend. I think it was really about the boys. And i think this is the way the palace is doing damage control on some level and just say all right. Both women are out. It keeps to focus on the boys. Unveiling the statue. And that's what it is because it's it's just gonna it's gonna continuously push out speculation from the public of well. Kate was there magazine. I just wanted to know pass but if she did not have a baby question for both of you she did not have a baby. They still would not like her that they went on. Tv and talk about the whole family. They don't want they would make it more about the women than about the statue. Okay very good point. I'm gonna. I'm gonna get to you. I don't care. There's unspoken rule about these. It goes directly in the fridge when it comes to weddings. Birthdays funerals are any type of thing. That's honoring someone in the family. I don't care if my sister. And i are at each other's throats we will put it aside for a few hours so we can walk in this funeral. Eh pretend like we're gucci to oprah know that she was suicidal treatment of the family. That's not something. You can just skedaddle away. You can't skedaddle serious serious thing as a celebrity. Sometimes you have to think about the optics and you have to put your best foot forward and keep your head held high. Because yes you're about to be the queen of england if you're not gonna show up to the woman who ran so you can walk your shoes and wear. Her was her hand now. I don't think it was for choice. I genuinely think the royal family was like it's better. It makes it less tense for kate not to go so it doesn't put emphasis on megan up being there and it doesn't emphasize that this is a very broken group of people they do not like each other and they're probably never ever going to get to a place where it's okay again. I think megan said what she was going to say. I mean did you watch the interview. I did what did you think about it. I mean obviously it's broken okay. Can families gnashed in half. It was uncomfortable for me to watch. I was like oh gosh i. I really think they're keeping the women out trying to keep it about the boys because it's their mother honoring their mom because obviously there's some tension going on with the also. Kate was also so nice to harry at the funeral to your point about the beef. She's not. She would not go somewhere because harry was there. She's not going somewhere because megan she's not saying hi to meghan anymore. If i was saying honey. I be haunting all of them. Prince charles is not going camille. Let's not going well. Kate does not going go. Look giving back but you think that these people have a choice. They don't it was all told it was all told to them. Who's going who's not going new. It's charles should go charles and the boys should be there charles not going like. I just don't like the fact that i feel lake right now. You need to just put your best foot for like. I said and put the beef aside. It's your mother in law's sixtieth birthday. Don't think she had a choice. I genuinely think that you know how strict how how old they are. I mean everything is so etched in stone. Their spare their calendar they're planning calendar is is made ahead in years ahead. I talk you got what i'm saying for sure. There's no casualty. I didn't even go. I'm not gonna go. They don't have that liberty. Well it's a mess. Listen to some good news. Carly brad pitt is still seeing. Thank god just for you. Andhra day was to be dating him but she said no. It is not true and despite the rumors. She's never even met. The man have to ask you being in country music are you ever pitted with. Somebody are dating. Somebody who you've never met in the tabloids are on the blog so gosh on. It's like you have a solid on tour with somebody so i've been linked to leib rice. Who i was with. I hope you're happy now. He's happily married with children. Cain brown have been linked to him. Jimmy allen been linked to him. I'm like where did y'all find this stuff. I don't i mean these people are my friends. But why like you have to like disperse the rumor or do you let live in order to like get the song to be played more. I would be like. I think you have to play that game. Sometimes right you have to play it and also you can't constantly be fighting trolls on the internet now. I have found in the last few years that you have to let them have their thing right. I'm just mad. That andrew didn't use this as an opportunity to slide into brad's and say like can you believe what like what if we were really bumping these uglies i. What would they really be happened now. I feel like it'd be. Here's a story. He's got that like charming light. Boyish thing to him. I he could get away with sliding into anyone. Dm's quite frankly. He watches the show. I'm come on. Brad show everyone's like oh my god. I love your show. But i don't have cable i don't watch it i'm like you watch it. Everyone is probably not know. What's your oldest. What would you go to. Oh gosh forty forty one forty always said you have a g five fifty again. Be mr calhoun. I'll take eight year old with tennessee. I'm down seats because then you can fill it up with friends and don't even have to talk to him and he's gonna be pastime thirty. Yeah that's what i'm passed out. Okay that's i have dinner thirty. Who would you wanna hook. Bread it up with morgan gophers. Oh don't ask me. Because i was supposed to give an answer and i didn't come up with one. I definitely want to see him. You guys can maybe help me. I definitely want to see him with somebody famous. I feel like he needs somebody but not necessarily to the level of the women that he has been with prior but who that is Do you know what i mean. Carly country music starting carleen besides me. Because it's going to be very against what i'm about to say. I kind of feel like you're he needs somebody that's not in the public eye. Maybe they're producer. Maybe there are filmmaker. Maybe there are writer. Maybe there and you know something of that caliber. I like that. I mean not that. I have experienced on that but it gets a lot to be with somebody who is in the public is i think he might need just a little bit of normal but still has her own. You find the he'll sell down. Do you think you'll have a long relationship again. No i don't either. I think he's like i am. I've had the drama of done. The women i'm just tired done. I can easily be. Laura dern and i'm gonna save laura during because laura dern comes out the house when she needs to come out the house she's never doing the absolute most only when she needs to and she's data famous man. She's dated common. she's dated been harper. Those men to me. Tell me that laura dern is more relaxed and laid back then we know but she also knows that game so for me. Brad pitt needs to date somebody who is age appropriate to has her own kids. Who need to see him every day because she got her own thing wrong about that i. I don't see them as a couple. I also could see being with the game. They should just try to dip into this chocolate every now and then everybody am i wrong now. Still ahead dead. Jason derulo is stopping by telling us all about fatherhood plus the crazy dares cards and a shocking exit. The bachelorette went for blood last night and our insider is here to share. What's really going on told me things. I want to hear what i learned about you. Tonight is your selfish. Unkind in liar their bachelor audition and tonight get out. Kato thomas to the left to the left last night on the bachelorette. She thought he was there for the wrong reasons and she led his as have it here to break it. All down with us is bachelor nation. Star ashley i oh my god. Are you surprised that katy let thomas have it like that. Yeah i could not believe that the five that was a ruthless. I appreciate the in the way that she likes does not deal with the ass like she sends them out the door. I love that cutting obedience like that every week. Like if there's any question about a guy she says goodbye waterberg extra. That was hard. Because every guy and i thought that he could feed the future bachelor. Thank you thank you said. The same thing. Ashleigh guys also did a bunch of wild bears on their group dates and one guy even waxed his. But if you were asked to do some of those things which you do it do you know am such a foodie that like the eating competition where there were surf fifty east. I would've thought sounded great. But actually i wanted to throw up. Having to watch the was. I couldn't believe how much was on those platters but overall a really fun day because it gets it helped katie. Get to know their personality. There's a lot of sense of humor and easy going this. That is on display when you get a group date like that. Oh my god well carly here is friends with caitlin who is co host in this season. I gotta know. Has she told you any juicy scoop about what's going on behind the scenes. I just her when she got back from filming and she was stressed. She was like y'all. It's just crazy. It was crazy so i think we're starting to see the crazy. Look at her right there. We're really starting to see the crazy you know this is a what. Abc's calling a sex positive season because our girl is not afraid to talk about doing the deed and trying things out and one of the guys competing. This season is a virgin. You were version when you went on the bachelor and you were very open about that. How did you feel when might revealed that about himself early. Were you nervous for him. I had such a flood of emotions during that scene because one. I felt him in the way that they he had to discuss this earlier than he would have any sort of regular relationship. I mean this was honestly day. Two of him. Knowing this visit the first group date. Though i had so much nerves so much anxiety for him but mandate he had carry himself with such grace. He helped he can't beautifully. And i think that like he became kind of in their way that he was so in explaining it. I think that a lot of girls are like. I would like to date like so. I also think that katie's reaction to it was beautiful. A lot of girls are probably like is this a colton underwood par to actually her. Our china baby. And you've been extremely open about your journey so far and i just wanna know. Was that a hard decision to let everybody end in such a personal moment. Look how cute charities your thank you. I love it when people come on my husband. He's crazy. I actually know after you go through the bachelor process and you talk about your virginity on tv. Poppy not anything else. Just doesn't seem like a big deal. Somma total open book. And i like talking about things that people will always about makes us all feel for late day too. Well did you feel that way when you posted his sperm analysis and it went viral on like like asthma k. You mind if. I put this at the end and he was like at the end of the capture. That's okay thought but good sense of humor about it because we catch some weird headlines out vast right well honey thank god. It was a strong count so much for joining. We really appreciate it. Please come back. i love being here. Guys the bachelorette airs. Monday nights on. Abc up next ebenezer views surprising secret about her man. Plus hollywood's bizarre new friendship rule. What stars diddy in tiffany haddish. Don't want you to do when you come to their houses. Welcome back you guys. It's time for the hollywood minute. Jason vegas and actress keeley. Hazell have gone public with their romance after they were spotted out in new york city arm in arm and a source. Close to jason tells people magazine that the ted lasso have in fact been dating for a little while and are having fun. But it's nothing serious at this point harry. Connick jr is joining. Nbc's anne live. He'll play oliver. Daddy warbucks in the musical set to air december. Second harry joins taraji p henson. Who was recently cast as miss hannigan. Harry says he's thrilled to take on the role and its musical message of love and hope couldn't come at a better time and mendez has ryan gosling confession to make after posting a photo of herself in an outfit. She recently wore van. Acid ryan takes any of her photos. Eva replied none. That i post my friends. Take them and i take. There's it's a girl. Thank just an entirely. Who takes your photos. Because i'm lonely. I mean i feel like. I take a lot of my own photos. Or if i'm on the road i have somebody just takes photos and they got the right angles person. I am not found. That person. And i realized that person can't be your husband because it always ends intention. Oh one hundred percents no matter how patient. It's like there's always happens when i'm like you're not trying hard enough. Are you right. it's not working. Is it and so. I don't really post that much on. Instagram stories are easier so much easier much easier. Because you have that in your house. Yeah hollywood apparently has a new rule. Leave your bags at the door. Listen to this. Don't call me sunshine trying to talk to me. Talk about some gossip. Don't call me when no bag news. You know what. I'm saying if you ain't calling meet up. Let me if you ain't colon me to to not now one one. I'm not in the mood. Don't call me unless there's some love on other end of the phone not affect on working. I don't want nobody called me. How true. I mean for who you know what you would hate that room. That doesn't work for me. You like to unload. I only call people i. This is something. I'm on. But i am somebody that tends to focus on the negative quite a bit and all the time everyday. It's been five years. And i'm like i can't live to wake up at finds thirty. It's crazy so i can not call. I'm calling to vent. I'm calling to unload. I'm calling into my dressing room today. I was unloading about something. And he the way. He slithered out of there as quickly as he did was believable. I can't do it. I've been waiting nine years for you to admit that on camera. But i need you to admit that other part that when i call to unload you never answer. That's not true. We voice note all the time and we we do discuss. And that's because. I have a newborn child at home. That's crying and prevents me from answering but we voice out all the time and it's always usually the same complaints but it doesn't stop picking up the phone and ringing in my ear off. No she needs to vent interesting. Is that during black. Lives matters during the whole in unnaturally make people on twitter. Because everyone's as you make everything about yourself. Mike laid at yourself. You do this job that i'm over meters. Have you ever heard intermittent fasting. Yes who has. I started intermittent blacking during black lives matters. I gave people the window from nine to six. That you can call me with your concerns that you could call me with your questions. You can call me and ask me how i'm doing. Because people were flooding me with their emotions all day. And i literally said i'm black between nine and six pm and anytime after that you need to leave a voicemail and literally my friends like oh my god and long. That's extremely considering. Because i definitely called you during that time. That was a long window. And i'm not gonna lie. People's people were calling with real questions. They were calling to check on me right but i don't want to be a victim after six pm. I just wanna have my patio. And you and also i think going back to the. He's had very traumatic past few years obviously with the passing of his ex wife not to bring them down but he's had a lot over camelot. And i think he probably isn't a place right now where he's like. I'm focused on my kids. Focus on my money. I'm not focused on anything but making myself feel as good as possible. So i understand so your phone number and let us test it out and we'll see if we send fifty fifth birthday i i i have no famous friends. I'm not into it anymore. I've decided that. Because you know i'm done with that. I only want famous friends. I'm putting myself out there for anybody who wants to be my friends. Call me everybody with your second right album. All of your problems. So that i can take notes from the next Few feel like you need drama in your life to create good news salman weight loss. You can never get us thin. I'm happy to past when you are so happy and in love it's like it's the most wonderful thing but it's so not inspiring to write about. Who else is having your finger something. Okay i heard the album. I heard the album last night needing help with that. You didn't need any help with any and let me just tell you. It's like old adele struggling. It's good sign torres. Oh what's your birthday april twenty four. Okay just want to know. Sorry okay well. Margaret reads her chart. I'm gonna give you this keys coming up. Kristen bell admits she talks crap behind his back. Could this actually be a good thing. That is next in today's pop of love. How christine bail admits she and her husband. Dan sheppard talk majors behind each other's backs and that's what makes their relationship work. Here's what she told chelsea handler on ellen. Ooh chelsea i'll tell you this at the beginning of the pandemic we were at each other's throats and then all the doors locked in our house like we had to stay inside and we were like wolf. We need to get a handle on the annoyances and our therapist hairy who i love so much he suggested we go to therapy separately kinda so that we could talk about each other and we did and it has been great. Would you wanna know if terry would give you the option. Would you want to know everything about you now. Because maybe he needs to. Then i mean. We all need to vent my. I don't want him to know the things. Maybe i'd say about him when i'm mad or when it has nothing to do with him but i just need to get it out. I seem to like Agree hundred percent. It just works for me. Because i'm the only one in my house therapy. You know what. I mean so. I don't even have that dilemma. But he definitely has asked me like. Did you just bitch about me all day today and i was like no i really just bitch about like everyone else and like my whole life besides you your husband thirty four. I think your husband's has been in therapy for thirty four years. And he just said no. Oh right right right. tv he's been there for the. Yeah that's why he's so normal for sure. I also think that and i tell my girlfriends who have relationships and who are married that you should be to your therapist about the little things that you know will never change. Your husband doesn't need to hear all the time about himself. You know what i mean. And it's like you know he said about you and they're like wait. What do you mean of course he talks about you behind your bag. He just has to get those things off your chest. That aren't worth it a long run smart worth it in the long run. It's so crazy. I don't believe in couples therapy unless you really need to get something off your chest. If he gets to that point. Oh i do you believe in couples therapy. I've never done it. But i can see the benefit in it. Yeah get married. i'm definitely i mean. I definitely think it's like if you are at the point where you're needing to go more often times than not. You're probably a worse place than you realized. And if you lose track of your relationship and you want different things like couples. Therapy might also help you decide that you know what not for you anymore right so i think it's helpful. Have you ever just say wrote attract and been like. Hey here you go. I mean writing. The music is my couples. Therapy got right. Ooh this new album telling you you might have heard of postmates. But have you heard of post dates. It's a new app for break-up where they get your stuff at your ex's house so you don't have to do it yourself. Would you do this. What about you seen them putting this question back on you. Would you do this honestly. No i don't wanna make it easy for nobody. I'm a scorpio. i'm rolling in. I'm in hot. And i'm coming in at six thirty in the morning. Wake yo ass up. I need my shit. That's how we roll. Am i wrong. Why required like i'm crazy. Am i not reliable. When i asked him if i was polite and not a peep out of them they didn't say one thing to me last week I think it depends on what stuff you have. If you have a bunch of stuff do you do it yourself. I honestly want to go in there and can just look like i just wanna go and i also want to take a view things that i think i deserve out of that relationship that may not have belong to me but i wear them and should be when i had to move out of my husband's house the first time when we broke up he was not home and i had like a few hours together myself. I took some extra stuff. Oh louie roller thanks. And a louis des and some other stuff and it's only because now all those items have made their way to the closet so it's almost like i held onto the relationship. I have chanel bags from that time. Manifested but i definitely took some extra stuff sitting here trying to decide because i feel like in one scenario if it ended row bad on his part. I'm definitely going in there. I'm a taurus. And i'm gonna be stubborn. I'm gonna make it be known about it right but then there's like another side of me. If i was in the wrong i might be like. Ooh some just gonna take. Have somebody else go do that for me. He peace out. You wanna hear something really crazy. I just broke up with my ex. And he moved on pretty quickly after me. And i always told the universe if i ever run into them together please just let me look bomb as hell like. I just wanna make sure that. I look good and then i'm prepared so the first time i ever ran into them. It was like seven months after i remember that yes. I had just gotten a haircut check. I had just gotten a facial check and just got off the treadmill. I was looking bob. But the lord through extra boats let the guy comes up. They come up together. There were walking up the staircase. I'm walking down. See them. Because i can't run into them and i realize that he's wearing a shirt of mine and my ex is so nervous about it and he's like oh what are you going to say but to me. I was like ha awesome. Yeah if you only knew right where shirt had seen. And i knew my ex was really freaking out about it and i just was polite. I wish it everybody's i complimented this shirt. Truth gore and everyone about my. This is who it was good. That was good. That's like a dream center. I'm kind went home at eight. Mcdonald's coming joins us live. he's gonna tell us about his life as a dad. Cute get ready. Everybody because we all say is about to blow your mind her engineer. Dj swivel shared some of her vocals. Were she's mimicking a guitar. And i have no words over who do that you can. I could not do that with a gun to my head. Her documentary when she's like warming up singing in the car right. I'm a who sings. Only hurt she is a freak of nature. I love it. This came out because you know trick. Daddy was talking a little shit last week. You know how. I know nightly. I'm just sorry. I'm on it anyway. He was talking a lot of stuff about how beyond say cannot saying and that his godmother somebody was her vocal coach and like she cannot saying jc when on and on and on. So it's kind of interesting that everyone knows saying she's queen she's unbelievable it's interesting though that this drops right around right. Is it interesting last. There's this camp is seamless stunt queen. We all know that her mom tina is also down for the pettiness because she wrote i have always been in all wind. She does this. Yes always yeah. I'm coming after her girl. I'll everyone's just like oh. We're not going to comment but we're going to put this out convenient Time when there's there's what she does accommodations here. I'll show you i. Is your mom ready to fight a fan. Oh yeah she show message may when she sees haters and she'll go can i message. Might mom knows stay. Comments stake crazy when the moms involved and they don't understand certain things and then you're like trying to 'em and she can one time. My mom sent me a message from someone else. A dm tried to talk. I was like do not send me anything. Ever gonna mess up. And i'm going to be on me and my mom's account is her cat so when your town is your out everybody's house okay. Moms controlling me. Just say that is hilarious. What's her name that any lewin friends if you guys you guys jamie. Lynn spears wants everyone to know. She is her sister's biggest supporter now. She hit up instagram to explain why she has stayed silent about the freebritney controversy. Take a look at this. I've only loved door to support my sister. I mean this is my freaking big sister before any of this bill. Maybe i didn't support the way the public would like me to with hashtag on a public platform. But i can assure you that supported my sister long before there was a hashtag quarter long after that. I'm my family. I'm my own person. I'm speaking for myself. Ooh jamie lynn. Says she did suggest that british request a new council but as for the conservative ships. She supports whatever her sister wants. Okay now a lot of people are saying she didn't say a knob a lot of people said that you should have took a different stance. In my opinion. This is an open case. I think that she was damned if she did and damned if she didn't right and i think if she didn't say anything people would say why didn't use anything and now she did and people saying united saying enough right. Do you think people should have to come out and support people openly. I know jamie lynch she was. She had some country music stuff. She had a big song. And so we've become friends. And i think she probably supporting her sister the way that she does in private and i think that should be okay and i feel like she's really conveying that that message and she's frustrated because nobody really knows what those conversations are i know for me. Nobody knows the conversations. I'm having behind closed doors literally like we say that all the time on the show of the internet they think they know everything about don't and they don't know so i don't think she should feel pressure and i'm kind of sad to see that message. It is sad. What would you think that makes you question even better. What would you do if your bff was chrissy. Teigen did you. Would you feel compelled to go on record and defend her publicly. I would want to. Because i feel like in an instance with chrissy teigen said this. The first time we even spoke about her nobody feels worse about those tweets and more embarrassed than chrissy teigen as somebody who as she mentioned has gone through years and years and years and years of self reflection and therapy. You're not the same person you were twelve years ago. Especially if you've done work on yourself so i would probably highlight that and probably try to take some heat off because we all have our day. Every celebrity has their day. Everybody gets called out for something. You haven't had your day job. Put that out and you know. I didn't feel at a time that there was a lot of public support in my in my way. So i feel like yes i would because it's really easy to sort of back up. But it's like when when you're tweets service like actually ask people to not defend me. My friends are in fact. See freight defense. That's different if she did not want it fine. I don't want one hundred percent. I also as your friend didn't wanna bring anymore and i don't mean i don't even it's irrelevant but i'm just saying i agree with you. I think gets you. Please don't defend me. But i think if somebody really needs the support and i think jamie lynn. She really wanted to say something and just didn't feel a hundred percent comfortable to say everything she felt so she just wanted it to be known that her she supports her sister and loves her sister above any financial gain about anything else and i thought she was well-spoken and one thing i will say about her she seems extremely smart meter. I've actually spoken to review times. And i like jamie lens so i wish her the best here. Well said everybody. Jason derulo next jason. Derulo jason derulo is at and do need a vacation. Welcome to daily pod. Most we got to kick things off. Congratulations had a baby boy last month. How are things going. You know what man. I'm so excited every every morning. I'm waking up and You know he's doing something different. I should say up up the entire time. It's been an incredible process. Man like victorian able to see his face. Something new every single day is it's a it's a whole new life man. I'm excited about all that hair by the lucky. What has surprised you the most about being a new dad. I just didn't know you could love something that much. you know. it's just like a new a new found level of love That that you didn't know existed also found that i've gotten close with my dad even processed. Ni- that's crazy now that he had that baby look. I'm a gay man but if that woman was staying mixed to me. I would be putting the ring on that asap. We know you call in jarrett copies man with the thomas bryan with his right that there's no need to rush limbaugh standing of caroline. What's up. that's a guy hand sir. That is such a guy answer. No no no. we're we're enjoying. Each other is amazing. situation so When the time is right right now we have to talk about your tiktok videos. Because i feel like you girl what you really want to ask you. What really went ask him. I felt like your girlfriend has burned every pair. Gray sweatpants and tight swim trunks you own. Because she's a you're no longer putting that on your tiktok showing off all that stuff. Everybody you know what i think is more so more so me you know like the the pandemic was. It was fun. I had a good Eating a lot of crazy things and That's it changed my vob for second. But i'm but i'm back. I got the avs back on last Last coupla days eating bobrov. Oh i'm back to my old so we'll get more gray sweatpants in the very near future hopefully mortgage really excited. Oh my god all right you with wire for a new tiktok challenge. Tell us everything philipson okay. So this really excited. So i mean. Obviously we've all been cooped up for year. Everybody has has has the need to travel and deserves to travel. In fact a sixteen percent of young americans have never even stayed in in a five star. Hotel soho partnered up and we have. This challenge is pause. The wire hotel votes basically. You need to show us why you need a getaway on tiktok and i know things go by britta the challenge with how wire and i did mine. you you showed mine and basically being a new dad if you know anything about in new parent you know. Sometimes you might need a look look getaway. Basically i june i five version but you gotta show us your version of why you need to get away. And then we're going to book through a fifty thousand dollar. Oh i'll get away with the patient of us. We need to do this together. We're going to video of us getting up at four o'clock in the morning and crawling into the studio and that's why we're gonna get our fifty thousand dollars each and tiktok because you need help us look look parent is fun. And it's all fun and games until their baby has to get on a plane and scream and screams. I gotta know when you take insane but to haiti. Because i know it's going to be like the second coming of jesus. Jason derulo is the elvis of haiti. Yep yep so. I can't believe i'm nat perrin now. So now i gotta take my baby on a plane. I i remember being on a plane here in the babies. I'm like why you gotta bring the baby to be fine. Ask me car ma'am. I saw move do great. It'll be easy. We love having you thank you so much we love hanging with you and come back anytime. Bring us the care. We'll see you on our vacation. A right take care guys bye. We have a seat for you on that plane still ahead. Bright colors and bold stripes. Are you hitting the streets in these looks. We're playing fashion. are scientists. play of fashion are failed. We have our paddles out. And if you like something is fashion. If you don't like something is failed hard game. it's a hard one. i'll try it all right. I didn't get the first time tiger first up. We have heidi klum in a very colorful outfit or is this fail. I think we all win. Fail on this one. I don't like your money. I like you come back anytime. All union also went with a very bright color for look. 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Our March fifteen twenty eleven Nathaniel Dwayne HALE who we better know as dog passed away from complications after having a couple of strokes. He left behind a body of work. That includes the best hooks that rap has ever seen. We're gonna go right into some music by Nate Dogg in then we'll come back in talk some more about him. Case. Like. Music. Speaker. Wow. Me cruelly. Dude. All right, Nate Dogg. He was born on August nineteenth nineteen sixty nine and you might know him from the g funk classic regulate or from ludicrous single area codes are maybe from his role in fabulous can't deny it. Or from the infamous. Smoke weed every day on Dr Ray's, chronic two thousand one album, Nate Dogg helped to make these tunes and more popular hits of the time. So and in order to measure the impact of Nate dogs hooks. We must first define what a hook is. Okay, hook. It's a musical idea short rift or passage or phrase that is used in popular music to make a song appealing and to catch. The ear of the listener. Nate Dogg is the undisputed king of hook. Let's go into a couple of more songs and take it from me. Kush. Was. Petrous? Probably. Spout. Canot? That has. Still tied it in the. Next wishes as got some. Needed from hosting. You could tell them. This thing. Seeds. Pretty smoking. She pushed to what you think. Compile coronated. Slow. Well, well, y'all hurt snoop on next up. Joe stack trae twice right? Thank god. It's Friday now. Jack. Mix Chuck on the plane. Plus, stay compliant. Pick. Wheel. Triple click. Flecha play. The whole. Become. Tech. Lexi. Fitness. Fritz. Mobile tickets. Experts play. Strong. Just like. Take a hike flip. The. Titian fish in the sea. We. We haven't stuff. Question. Check. Confirm it. Just the plot. The puck and THEO. You're listening to. With Robin Levin. Leeann leeann king, that's me. And we are right. Smack dab in the middle of Nate Dogg. Tributary Nate Dogg died on March fifteenth two thousand eleven after having a couple of strokes. Yeah. That was a pretty tough fella right there. Now Nate dogs career started. When. Warren, g snoop Dogg and himself formed the group to thirteen now they wouldn't release fall project until two thousand four. But the three of them can be heard on chronic or doggy style and to thirteen was one of the early adapters of the g funk style that's a mix of eighties, clunk and hip, hop and nates voice. He's got that. So full voice, man. He's really smooth. It's perfect over those kind of beets. And there's no Dell then he had a huge role in the sub genres impact early on his debut was on the chronic which just shows goes to show, you how bad of a legend. He was man. He's tough man now that same album that launched the careers. That's the same album excuse me that launched the careers of snoop dot corrupt das- Dillinger and Warren g and also. It also launched Nate Dogg as well. Yes. So let's go in and listen to interview with Nate Dogg and snoop. Have no image. I'm just giving people me who I. Does after we went through the past years. Kind of like it was kinda time somebody to say is we family dog. I love. Know how wrapping is all about balance. You can do all that still gotta have some point where you can be got love for people. You know, we to go. We can go forward, and we can do our music. We can do this. We can even battling can shop head off. Or what you know? After the end of the day. We can still laugh. I got love for hip hop in general people out there, hustling trying to make trying to kids trying to live off of our music. That's come. You. See me from on the east coast. You know, doing songs ludicrous DAL sound JD and all the way back to where I live on the west. Putting people categorize music and sing what I feel my shock. You one day and do a country. Me musical my musical plane who I am people. It's like a releasing without my music will be. I get mad mecca song. The man on tape. Said I'll go make or happy wanna dance wanna do whatever I can make about it. Just keeps me from doing. I kinda wanted to come fresh because this was a new beginning. I knew star like always I got my word booze on hand. The people what they want. I'm just really excited to see what I. All right now. Now, Nate Dogg wouldn't emerge as clinch solo artists until nineteen ninety eight when he released the double album, g funk classics volume one. Volume one about. Go volume one and two with his debut. You get exactly that g funk classics a har-, his smooth delivery was soft enough for the ladies but hard enough for the fellas at the same time. The mix of hip pop tendencies with classic are MB and sold delivery fill along side this funky new sound and when paired up with an MC, you bet it was a force to be reckon with. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I got to say Amen on that. All right. So let's go into a couple more song said be right back. Latin ala? Twenty. Prodding. Leaving. Which is. To the window. Vesicles? We talk to safely. The acid rock in the special crossing. Cranky when he would. Behave. With the polish on they say. All the lady. Are twenty. Bumming. The book. If this stuff. Like. Output. Fame the game. Ready? Warning. The morning. Ooh. Now, although he never saw the type of solo success that snoop Dogg. Or Dr dre achieved it would be in the early two thousand where Nate Dogg became a household name across pop culture, not just west coast, rap a hard. The next episode kicked off a string of singles over the next few years that make the case that Nate Dogg was the most important singer in rap music at that time. Uh-huh. Nate Dogg was everywhere for a little while after that he was on lay low with dog masterpiece, and then can't deny with fabulous. And then area code with ludicrous. Any really man he hit hit the home run on twenty one questions with fifty cent. Most singers are lucky to have a feature on one song that big but Nate Dogg strung together incredible hooks on smash singles like nobody had ever done before. Yeah. That man he was hot. Let's listen to Nate Dogg. As he talked with Eric Blair about rap. They are pleased resent a classic interviews with legendary rapper. Leering out of their players show, sir. How you doing? I'm doing Cray. Now. Tell me a lot of people in route. I came out said rap went last, why do you feel it has such strength in the entertainment industry? And what is the secret of the longevity of music? I think we wouldn't be wouldn't have long if people weren't buying it. So somebody out there is related to what's going on what we say. So as long as we make music people can't relate to it'd be around say rock and roll would die to it. Ain't did Jedi. Some the r&b and rappers like always a top five records in the country. You right. I I'm not mad at him. But I like what we tell me about about. What's that? Tell me what you got going on. We want to one three hour. We just finished it actually snoop myself warranty and it's coming August fifteenth. So that's a supergroup. Yeah. We'll you know, we started out as a group way back in the days, and we ended up pursuing solo careers. I and now we come together and doing this group thing are you guys producing your cells or somebody else produce we have all upper has do we got here west? We've got a lot of new producers kinda west guy really love his album right now is album is incredible. It's something totally fresh. He's doing something. He's what is so feels an fresh music. Nobody's hurt at certain house that he did people scared to even do. So I like what he did. And obviously the public likes. It's is great now. Are you guys hanging with Dr dre at all actually dre his doing my next island sweet as during the whole album. So yeah, make sure we coming out swinging. Issue. God bless you brother, much excess your career. Thank you blaring out show. Wow. That's that is hot. Yes. So let's look at his impact. Okay. And why why he was so important caves around that time around this time that rap music was really making its case as the dominant form of pop music. It was no longer just something on the streets. But it was on video countdowns all over cable television. And there were lots of rappers breaking out of clubs to performance stadiums and arenas across the country. Jay, Z, M, M ludicrous. Missy Elliott and more hip hoppers were making rap music accessible for everybody. They were making it pop music listen to a couple more tracks. And then we'll come back with some more. Chat. If. Walks out. Won't you? Love. Do. Clone. Don't tell. Like what? Clone. Lows. Nights. Me. No. Dope. Back. You can. Music today, man. Nato? Take back. The paul. Yeah. Pig. Yes. Like. Thanks pistol. Attention. Jank the world breast bus. Be done. Tank only gang. Be the crypts learning. How funding do with nightly? Fakes. No. Like. This. In the Clayton. You. Ladies putting pitch name. No shit out. Hit atlanta. Get a cough. Got it show you out of west coast. Like. Great. President. With. Dolphin. Mm. So cool. No. Life. We. You're listening. Five. With Robin Levin. Levin levin. Leeann, hey, that's me. And we are doing vibes live exclusive Nate Dogg tribute oriental. Yeah. It combination tribute memorial to Nate Dogg. He died a March fifteen twenty eight eleven he was very instrumental in making hip hop. Become pop music now, how does music become pop music. Well, it becomes popular. And in order for it to become popular. It has to be acceptable for music as just -bility comes in the form of radio. Yes. But it also comes in your own mind. You know, when you walk around, you you got that song stuck in your hair, and your singing course, and you sing that hook that artist has. Made the song various specials for you. Nate dogg. Did this on a bunch of tracks making his features maximize the exposure of the album's. Yeah. That's a great talent in pop music. A big portion of the songwriting is focused on the hook. And Nate Dogg seemed to do this effortlessly. Yeah. He laid some of the best music, and you can you can almost hear hear in his voice when he sing in her. Now, those little vocal Davies day would stick in your heads like boots in the mud and you couldn't help. But to attach yourself to Nate dogs baritone hook whenever the song came on K where rap is dominated by fast paced and sometimes hype pitched versus Nate Dogg super-low super deep vocal style was always the nicest form of believe he Asian his hooks were like a dessert after the rapper gave you food for thought. And let's go into some more songs, and then we're gonna come back with snoop dunk himself remembers Nate Dogg. Okay. You're listening to live radio ring with Robin. Leeann leeann leeann leeann. Pavley beautiful with the kings. 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Mt. Rushmore of Weird Things About Christmas (w/ Craig Brewer of Weird Christmas)

Mt. Rushmore Podcast

1:12:22 hr | 10 months ago

Mt. Rushmore of Weird Things About Christmas (w/ Craig Brewer of Weird Christmas)

"And welcome to the mount rushmore. Podcast this is the what will be the second in our holiday podcasts. Or at least december podcasts but really discern one. That's really kind of getting us into the holiday season. My name is jeff. And i'm joined as always by my good friends richard. Hello it's a december to remember. Every and michael howdy richard and michael. They debate and deliberate the most ubiquitous aspects of many topics and this time around there debating. The mount rushmore of weird things about christmas. But we have a weird christmas Aficionado if not expert To debate them on. And this is craig brewer of the weird christmas podcast. How are you sir. I am great. How are you guys. Oh very very good craig. I discovered your podcasts. Last holiday season. And i have always been a fan of the holiday always thought it was a kind of sensed it to be a mishmash of bizarre things. That didn't necessarily go together that we're coming together and kind of fun and weird way but you and i'm right so tell me more about what is why is christmas weird For the reasons you just said it's a mishmash of all kinds of things and anybody who tells you that they're gonna get back to the heart of it doesn't know what they're talking about because there is no part of it. There's just all bunch of things that over mainly two thousand years but actually thousand years before that things started to accrue to of winter celebrations. And it's all a big mess. I mean all the things that just about anyone in any culture thinks is very traditional for christmas is actually something that probably got mistranslated from some other part of the world or other country or something in became normal. So what's would i mean i got all into the history and what's fun about the history. Is that none of the traditions are traditional. Everything has sort of a fun story of how i got to be there. And that's what i'm into well. aficionados of Christmas who want their mind blown. And maybe I think it's like mark twain said about travel you after you travel. You are more wise but less happy like you. You see you see things about the world that might be a little bit Challenging and hard to reconcile with the world that you thought existed but You're wiser for Does those people who visit the Weird christmas website Or the podcast can experience Recent episodes december fourth He dropped a weird christmas food with glenn. Warren of season's eatings podcast. What are some other recent episodes. We did a whole one on There's a book that came about a year ago. That's probably to my mind. The best of santa claus because he tries to trace everything about not just santa but every gift-giving figure in the world makes me the western world but but A lot of people will tell you the simple story about like. oh yeah. They're used to be the saint nicholas guy and then over time he just kinda got secularized. And that's how we have santa now and that story's just wrong and so he is the only one who's actually taken the time to go back and do serious simic What some people are gonna find tedious but really you know thoroughly footnoted undocumented research on literally everything that we can say with any confidence about the history of santa claus for the last two to three thousand years while it's great. It's an amazing book. I mean it's not. I even say on the show. This is not a coffee table. Santa book with lots of pictures. I mean this is something where he's gonna spend a few pages of footnotes sort of laying out the documents of of where things go but it's nice to you because he's collected everything that i think we can no right now and it's just this amazing project and he did it just because he had a collection of santa figurines and wanted to write a book about how to be a collector. Decided he'd write the first chapter on. The history of santa claus realized he had about two hundred pages and was like okay. I guess this is a home But anyway just fascinating guy. So we did. That had a show on campus. The came out on halloween with the guy who wrote the definitive book on. Campus named al ridenour His book on campuses is just a beautiful thing like he's actually traveled. The traveled to germany took pictures of all kinds of campus runs. And the costumes and all kinds of things. But it's just again the a really huge history of the project and that was fun so those are the couple couple of the recent ones. That's a lot of fun. Christmas at the natural history museum and mumble core. Christmas with stephanie davis. Sound like really. Yeah i do. I try to find odd. Bits of christians media every year. I've ever since i've gotten into this gotten deep into the world of people who love christmas music and spend their lives hunting for the some of the strangest stuff and there's a whole world of people who make annual christmas mixes and it's all about trying to find the strangest Most unusual tracks that nobody else can find and sharing those every year. And it's it's fun. I mean honestly. One of the things i really like about this is that the i personally. I just really enjoy getting into something where you can dive down that rabbit hole and just keep going and so many people who are into christmas stuff have like one really narrow little slice. The they just fully commit themselves to like. I know one guy who does nothing but collect hawaiian christmas music. He's not from hawaii. Has no connection to it. But that's just what he decides he likes and he's got thousands of albums and old forty fives that had like fifty presses. And you'll find them and collect them and that kind of personality just always fascinated me. I have to admit. I think i discovered your podcasts. Through the follow alah website or blog of holiday music. I also i think i was sitting at the enchanted tiki room. Attraction at disneyland resort and And looking around at observing that polynesian pop culture is a combination of It's kind of a mishmash. Mix up of multiple belief systems tokens from those belief systems. Such as tiki or Totems and things like that and then a celebration imbibing in beverages and food and and It it's a big goofy mix up of all this different stuff that sometimes it works a lot of people. They're very entertained by so okay. Richard and michael. You're both okay. Richard now is unmuted but michaels muted cool. You're both okay. Okay so awesome. Let's jump right into it. I appreciate you being here. And we're going to plug your podcast in the site. People can find more information about you throughout the show but The topic is weird. Things of christmas and Our guest is usually the person who goes first. And we'll keep to that tradition as we hear about other crazy traditions. So give us your first choice. Craig brewer of the weird christmas podcast. All right well. I i should say you know trying to find the the mount rushmore of things. It's a little weird because you're like okay. The most popular weird things or doing for like the full lawn. Strangest odd things. I could come up with. So i went for more of the stranger things that people may not be aware of so we'll start with a christmas mushrooms. Whoa okay done this. Honestly you may have So there's a theory. This actually got really popular. Probably because of joe rogan in his sight he had talked about this a while back. But there's actually been a theory for a long time that a lot of the santa claus imagery comes from a siberian mushroom cult. Basically that there are the shaman in this is all true this every department until you all about israel true. So it's there's a shaman culture that dresses in red coats with often white for on things like that and What they do everything during the winter is they go out and collect these mushrooms. That are called amanita mosquito area and you've probably seen them before the little red mushrooms with white dots a lot of the times especially in europe. It's a really common christmas and new year. Decoration these little mushrooms and you'll see him in like fairy tales gnomes and stuff like that. It's kind of iconic little mushroom anyway. They're hallucinogenic and the shaman. Of course would eat them and they would go on magic trips. Oh okay so that's part of the thing that started getting people thinking about this. Well there's other connections to this is also a place where reindeer are the main pack animal and the reindeer will wander around and they devour the mushrooms. It's common food for them. And most of those russians. Mushrooms grow underneath evergreen trees like. There's a little symbiotic relationship so most of them are going to grow either in or on the tree kind of like little presence in the shaman will actually sometimes because of the reindeer with they'll do is they'll collect the yellow snow because when it passes through the reindeer oxen's that make you nauseous. And what night that. They're cleaned out. And so they'll just eat the snow you get straight hallucinogen and then on top of that a lot of time sometimes since this happens in winner they're living in europe and whatnot that are Surrounded by snow and they have to climb down through the opening in the top of the year pretty much like coming down the chimney and then they come in and do their little ceremony or whatever it is okay so all of that is actually true. But what happened now is of course tons of people who've latched onto that and been like. Wow there's so many things about that. That's connected to santa claus that has to be part of the reason why all the santa imagery is like it is. That would explain the reindeer. That would explain why you have presents underneath the tree santa clauses wherein basically the same kind of costumes that they were in their pictures on the internet The that actual People have gone and taking pictures of these folks are. They're red and white big coats and whatnot but yes. So there's a whole whole sorta subculture of people trying to make this connection and actually a lot of i mean tenured archaeologists in and other scholars have tried to actually trace this connection to say that maybe some of that stuff got filtered through northern european icons and his. Why maybe why. The mushrooms are still popular in popular symbol of luck in of of the new year in europe and maybe part of why santa claus looks like he has that. Maybe what's happening every month or every year is where slightly. Replaying a chamonix celebration. Wow only bananas trippy. I'd never heard anything about that. That's not just me like i said. Joe rogan got a hold of that and after he did that some like ten years ago it you can find all kinds of stuff. Y'all got a little video on youtube of a you can just search for On my website to the just because that's such good click bait stuff you know. I had the one myself so yeah so yeah so that one. That's one that's out. There is pretty. I think there's a lot of Trippy psychedelic stuff about christmas. When you think about it and there's a lot of as with any kind of very tails and holiday things there's a lot of Or things that are related to Religion whether it be christianity are pagan. Or whatever there's so much faith in magic that's involved in it net that things like magical pixie dust exist is certainly in places like disneyland and things like magical hallucinogenic muster. Mushrooms told seem like they're too far from that. Oh yeah and especially for anyone who wants to get back to you know. We're gonna do the pagan roots of christmas. I mean that's obviously a fun way to do it. Yeah wildly popular theory. Yeah that's not. i guess. Too far from you know going to visit your relatives baked with your cousins out all right. Richard and michael. I don't know if you can top mushrooms but go for it. yeah. I think we're pretty screwed already. Yeah i. I'm not sure i i'll be the lamb to the slaughter and all i'll go first for us if you don't mind rishard but this is something that of craig Brought up just a few minutes ago with christmas music and For one Richard i'll give him and his wife credit for many years at they made the exact type of Like mix cd. Christmas album That you mentioned Totally full of just wonderful Christmas songs Some stuff was very classic and some stuff is very Nunu and also weird But what i found one of the weirdest things at christmas is like new pop artists or rock artists making like new christmas songs or like re recording old christmas songs and i find it so just wonderful and strange and weird this industry. That is still putting them out that they still come out every every year. There's some you know their new people making you know very serious artists also going in and just like you know Lcd soundsystem comes out with a new christmas song. Were like a bright is has christmas song or You know spy even spinal tap who are silly and whatever from the eighties with christmas with the devil. Just like the wonderful collection of just christmas music from Spinal tap not standing from like serious artists. I think is so strange. And obviously it hearkens back to you know Songs coming out from you know like a bing crosby back in the day when there and You know even like elvis with his christmas songs. It's such a wonderful Strange tradition that you know i just. I'm just always delighted by it. My my favorite by the way is the killers who had a stretch for like two thousand almost ten to two thousand or two thousand six two thousand sixteen when they put out a different christmas song every year and they totally committed to the song because they're the killers and there there's no irony involved in them as a band they just totally buy into whatever they're they're selling that year And actually i should point out to the They re they have now packaged. All of those christmas singles Into an album. That's just this year is now available on streaming services so if you want to hear some killers doing a bunch of weird christmas songs. Originals cycle is it the is. What is weird about it to you. Because i i can imagine if you're a band called the killers or if you are a the sex pistols or your even like the boss you know and you release. The posture of pop. Music and rock doesn't seem to have room in it for the childlike wonder of christmas. Is that what size are about or or is ours of like if these guys all of a sudden put out an easter record everybody what the hell day what the arbor day. I think that there is like a self serious of rock musicians. That doesn't necessarily lay into what christmas is which you know worked. What christmas is often a concert presented. At which is like either a very joyous thing or a very solemn thing But obviously there's christmas has there's so much room under the You know under the proverbial christmas tree for all sorts of stuff. But yeah i think it's i think it's a serious out band out something that is just like i don't know just ridiculous Christmasy one of the things that i have y i've learned from craig's podcast And my The i read a called the battle for christmas a few years ago and there are things that christmas there. There are things that are part of that experience that we relate to the tradition of christmas. That weren't there five years ago there thirty years ago. That in there are some songs the it's almost like the audacity that somebody has a as a performing artist to create a piece of music that enters into the cannon and pantheon or i guess not a pantheon but the the identity of the tradition of christmas almost seems like audacious but forget that you know like frosty. The snowman didn't exist all always or rudolph. The red-nosed reindeer didn't exist although route and rudolf was put out by a department store. Montgomery wards rewards. Yeah so funny. It does seem like audacious as jesus adjacent that that somebody can just pick up a piano. And and right so yeah. I mean people joke about mariah carey song every year but that thing is now immortal right. I mean that that one mariah carey song is never going away. She she she. Now has an apple tv christmas special. That is coming out this. Yeah just learned about well. Yeah oh yeah. And it's the fact that she could actually pull it off. I mean like part of the reason you see so many people do. That is the hope that maybe they can do that. Because of course if you happen to be one of the final one of the rare few who actually land something that does that. I mean you're set. I mean she could never do anything else again for the rest of her life in that one song despite residuals for anything else she still be one of the richest musical artists out there Yeah so i mean that's one thing that leads so many people to either try themselves or be forced to try or i've even heard of people having that written into their contract that once you start to get with a major label especially if you're gonna be one of the the big top forty types. There's going to be a christmas song written into your contract somewhere Just on again just sort of on the lottery of the off chance that maybe we do this. Because it's something that you make and can get played year after year. It's not dependent on your current album or your current tunes fascinating which is awkward. If you're jewish gonna mention the neil diamond or the barbra streisand's of of the entertainment world. Some of some of the ones that you know are like a lot like christmas and a bunch of those were were written or co written by artists to is a berlin is way one of the fascinating aspects of Dig into the stuff later but I richard and i seems like we bring elvis bursley and colonel parker whenever he fits into any category and i think elvis was forced to cut ache smith song while doing his comeback special. He was trying to get away from the corny corny. Stop and the colonel. Made him do a christmas song. Just because it's just print money okay dudes and we'll say just on that. I have to give one of my friends a plug. There's a friend of mine. Jim runs a site called christmas underground. And what he actually looks for our people who are sort of in that situation but who actually managed to write really sincere new christmas songs like not just to cover but his whole thing is actually tracking down actual christmas music. That you would really wanna listen to and i mean. He's to the point where he trolls band camp in soundcloud and all these things and finds things that maybe you'd never they might not get any other exposure if he hadn't been looking for him but he finds some of these amazing pieces of music that i mean run the gamut from protest songs to email stuff too little pieces to full on whatever but but it's just amazing. The number of people who actually are out there trying to make christmas songs that aren't schlock and it's wonderful and yeah he's he's found things that just blows my mind just because it's good. Christmas music was really. Don't expect it. Well you know. I would keep going with the picks but obviously when we talk about. Let's say a concept. As big as the american democracy or the idea of america people have these assumptions and they use them they build entire careers and a belief systems off of these assumptions of what america is and what what an american is an american should be doing at any given time and they're so often completely historically inaccurate not just ideologically wrong or not or ideologically isolated to a certain spectrum of of the population. But they're historically inaccurate to what. This country was founded on and the the the deviant practices that even created this country so also christmas as a concept. You could write a song about it. Seems like one one of the reasons maybe for the Timeless endurance of the charlie brown christmas special is that it's some of the music there in tapped into the malaise and melancholy of the susan. And the sadness and the loneliness and isolation that people feel this time of year. I think you're right. I think you're absolutely right. All right greg. What is your next choice for the mount rushmore of weird things about christmas. All right I will go to what what is actually probably the most traditional thing that i do but it's christmas postcards christmas cards And so actually on social media the thing that got me actually started in this whole thing was. I got interested in old victorian christmas cards because they just printed thousands and thousands and thousands of these different things but the demand for him was so high that they would just print anything and slap merry christmas on it basically and and i i truly mean anything So the whole and that was when what happened the quick little history here. So so the penny posts in england started and was the first time that you could mail something for just a penny and it was super cheap and a couple of people realized. Hey if we make these little cards people can send them to each other. Especially christmas was kind of getting popular again. And they're like. This is a great way to do stuff already popular. Because i mean this was before instagram. So the way that you kind of get candy. Cheap by candy was often through postcards and so people wouldn't throw their postcards away. They'd actually keep whole books of all the postcards. They got so christmas postcards because like a hugely popular thing Because it was just it was a good time a good excuse just to start to everybody. You know a note or or a card or something So anyway they made a tons of these things in a few years ago. I found this book called christmas curiosities by a historian who collects what's called ephemera which basically means any any paper stuff that's meant to be thrown away like or but marks or postcards or brochures or whatever but in the course of all of his collections. He had found these amazingly strange victorian christmas cards. That at that time you know it was still before they hid solidified. What christmas imagery was supposed to be like. Like you didn't have to have santa claus on it and then you know. There was no sort of limited set of christmas imagery so a ton of these postcards would be about just totally surreal things like for example. The the one i share every year that is shared more than anywhere else. I call it fraud murder christmas but what it is is it's one frog running away from another frog. He's ex obviously just stabbed and these are. These are like realistic looking by the way these are not cartoons as realistic looking frogs. If one has just killed another one and run away with his money and he's taken off and underneath it. It just says christmas to you and that's it. That's the card. So and i. Of course i i might flipping through this guy's book on these things can be real but you look into it. Yeah totally are so. There's this whole world of insane postcards. And what i started doing was i just made copies of everything in that book and then i started collecting some on my own because honestly it's not that hard to find sort of looking the back corners of a local antique store. And you're gonna find a box of postcards and you can find some weird ones in there so started collecting these things and found other collectors and then just started looking online. And now i've got a collection of thousands of the strangest most surreal images and all year long especially during the season. I share a whole bunch every day on social media and it's sort of because that was popular enough one day i decided. Hey why don't i try. Podcast thing because the website. I was making a blank space for a podcast. Like why not and that was pretty much it but but it was the cards that got me into it. So surreal. victorian postcards are sort of my the thing. That's still what. I love about this. Because i just love the idea that people very sincerely sending cars that would have say Santa claus getting rolled up into a snowball or one. That's a lot of people seem to like this year. There's one where a cop has fallen in the ice on some thin ice and instead of helping them to little kids come up and start throwing snowballs at him. And all it says is america's and that's it but there's like thousands and thousands of these things and they were incredibly calm. Wow and so the surreal victorian postcards. are the origin of everybody sort of having to do that. Horrible ritual of filling out all the postcards this human. They used to be a whole lot. More fun wow. That's a lot of fun Do you find certain genres. Are there certain john. Are there some somewhere. Yeah okay oh yeah. There's there's all kinds and they were done in series two which was kind of fun like there would be so the idea behind the series would be like you know. Hopefully you'd have enough friends. Who would send it to you so you can get a whole story you know and be like maybe eight postcards and if you get all of them then they tell you a story and that's a fun way to get them to sell more and other people to buy more and whatnot But yeah so. I've done whole Some of the some of the themes that very strange like for thanksgiving. There's all these things of like little kids writing turkeys. Just just little odd. There are candle people where they're on fire but they seem just just fine There's pinecone people. There's the the other one that is absolutely strange. Are dead bird cards. And i mean literally. This will literally be a picture of a dead robin end underneath it. It says and there's all this discussion on the internet about why this was actually a theme. Because it's not just a one off thing. Like i've look i i have that's my my one thing right now is to find as many of these as i can now. They've got at the right now. I've got eleven of them from different publishers. It's not like one series but these things were from different publishers different birds but it's literally an it's not like i'm interpreting it is dead. I mean it is obviously dead and there's no other caption on it then. Happy new year or compliments in the season. And there's all kinds of theories of why this was but yeah dead birds mary. I think that there is an element of in the victorian era. That was really the first era of mass production. But they didn't quite know how like what to do with mass production like they hadn't sorted out commerce yet So they're just growing literally everything in a wall to see what's oh yeah and if dead birds hey maybe people up dead birds. Let's try it absolutely and some of them were obviously done like their versions of them. That obviously have a blank space. And they'll print different messages on it like like. I've got copies of one that say merry christmas but then it'll say happy birthday and you know happy valentine's day or whatever and other times where there are cards that just have literally nothing to do with christmas and they'll find some place Like my favorite ones are just like random animals or something and they'll just find a place on a piece of wood somewhere to two very inexpertly sort of right in compliments of the season or merry christmas so obviously what they were doing was just taking any that they had and they knew they'd sell at christmas and just turning it into a christmas card just by throwing it out there so you know it makes for a good joke now of what does this have to do with christmas in new even to them it. It didn't have anything to do with christmas and for them at the time just getting the images was fun because i mean it was literally you know. A good way to distract yourself was to go grab your collection of a few hundred. Maybe a thousand postcards and flip through again. That's that's your eye candy. Yeah yeah yeah. The postcard element it. Not being necessarily a what i think of as a greeting card formats the i guess it would be four sides at minimum and in an envelope. it does seem like it is a very reductive format. That's almost like a meme. Now if you're scrolling through read it or julia the social media and and i can imagine when viewed one hundred years from now how many of these memes are anyone going to understand what is what do they mean. They've become absent from their original inspiration. I've got a thirteen year old. I don't understand most of the means today. So oh god okay. Well that's really fascinating. Richard and michael What do you got he. Jeff yes sir. Happy saint nicholas day. What what yeah that is. It isn't it is it is saint nicholas stay. In the netherlands belgium luxembourg and the flanders region of france. All dear. I did not know that this nicholas saint day. Yeah it is. And i bring this up because our second choice is the patron saint or the figure behind saint nicholas state centric loss. Okay and. I don't know if you're familiar with santa claus at all. I assume i guess probably heard her story before. I just know that name. That word from the miracle on thirty fourth street when the santa speaking to the dutch girl. Yes yeah exactly. Okay okay And it is a really weird kind of. I don't wanna say perversion on on the santa claus on the saint nicholas story. But it's kind of weird okay This was the center clauses actually based on saint nicholas who was a bishop of turkey In the netherlands and belgium these other regions they celebrate center. Close as someone who dresses up in. Very bishop like outfit. I don't know that he's necessarily referred to as a bishop. But it's very bishop ask and he comes. Every year to the netherlands for example by boat A few days before saint nicholas day from spain. And it's a little unclear. Exactly why spain are. There's a few a few kind of sort of academic arguments about why. Why spain and his job is to give presents to the good girls and boys so far totally normal. This is a complete. You know you know. This is far far within the realm of the saint. Nicholas stories the issue is that his helper is not an elf. A person named zork. Day pete which translates to black. Pete who is and. I'm quoting from wikipedia here because of course would be who has a helper arrested morrish attire and black face. And if he if you get a chance to see a photo of it it is basically a fellow in black face dow but this is and he is his helper and traditionally he would carry a birch rod and he would use that to spank children who had been naughty and in older center class songs. They were even tell of Black pete sweeping up naughty children in there in his bag and taking them back to spain. Wow it's it's it's a it's a it's a little hard core being if versus versus being given like a lump of coal right by the way if the if the the guy in black face is disturbing enough as it is imagined entire parades of white dutch people all in black face wandering through the town. Yeah so yeah swear to. Pete is an ongoing controversy. Yes yes it's within mildly within the last decade. There's been a lot of conversation about whether or not he bl- whether or not this is something that is racist or not There is a survey in two thousand eight whereabout. Eighty eighty eight percent of the dutch public did not perceive him as racist but there have been movements in the media to sort of show him as a basically as a white person with some soot on his face because he's climbing through chimneys to get two kids to help give out the presents. I wonder if there's any statutes that will be torn down. You know i. Whenever something seems bizarre. I tried to kind of find a parallel. That doesn't seem so bizarre for me. And and like you said the lump of coal or my mom would often you know late november early december leverage a fake call to santa claus to get us to to get in line so there was definitely our home. There was corporal punishment in our home. Vs rankings and there was definitely the the threat of removal of christmas. And if we did not behave. So is that kind of what that is. I think so. I think there's an element of of good cop. Bad cop happening The the children will leave their shoes out for santa claus. And if they're good he will leave candy in their shoes. Yeah and if they're bad there's a chance they may get kidnapped and shanghai just being well. I do wonder which. I'm not theology. Knowledgeable at all but the idea of the invention of the devil and the invention of in the rise of So it almost seems like anytime. Somebody wants to get behind the concept of a deity. Somebody down roy's throws a bad guy in there those about do you think they both came out about at the same time. It's all it's all part of part and parcel of the same kind of concept and craig as craig said. i mean. they broadcast the arrival of syndrich loss and black pete. Every year on dutch television usually arrives at a port is you. It's a different port every year in the netherlands. And it's a it's basically like they're from what i can gather their macy's thanksgiving day parade. Yeah yeah that's what. I was gonna say it's like they're big deal like how you know. Santa shows up at the end of the macy's braid and you're like all right now. It's christmas season or whatever it's it's kinda like that. Yeah yeah and swear. Peters part of this long tradition in europe saint nicholas always had The columbine evil helper or sort of the punisher figure campuses like that Germany had a guy named connect ruprecht in the us. We have santa in santa will either right like he'll judge you naughty or nice right like he'll you either get presents or you get coal in europe. It was more is saint. Nick gonna talk to you or is the bad guy. Going to talk to you and that was kind of the thing is partly since you had a saint. Like nicholas was a saint than the saint wasn't supposed to be doing mean things to you right. It's you literally have the good cop bad cop and so it's like which one's gonna pay more attention to me The good guy or the bad guy and and sorta pete is one version of that that came although over time he's he's just kinda in their legends. He's rarely see the threatening guy anymore. I mean i think especially once people kind of got wind of. Oh we're saying there's this little morrish kid here. He's not really a monster. We probably shouldn't just have the black guy be the bad guy and So they so now sort of like helper like he's the one who climbed down the chimney and leave the gifts and he he does the work You know and that's so some defenders will say he's black not not because he's more not because he's from africa but because he's all city You know doesn't fly but it's also not right 'cause in all in all the histories and in the books that made him famous no he's totally his his servant and in some cases slave so Yeah it's it's a mess and in it's kind kinda funny in the netherlands in the netherlands. Now they The big cities will not. They really played down. Pete and they'll do things like there for a while. They tried like well. If there's purple. Pete and green pete and it's it was all about like let's just have him be some other color And then i think now like in amsterdam the now the official guy is gonna definitely be a white guy who just has some smudges on his face like he's just dirty so they're they're very aware of it but then the far right version of the far right political Folk definitely want him to be the old traditional thing and it's funny i've written My one of my wife's best friends is is dutch so we we've spent some time over there and i've gotten a lot of good swart pete Stuff in just fun things. You can find him everywhere. But i've written some pieces about him and every year i have to delete. I don't know how many comments just angry people who were like. Don't talk about things you have no idea about you know. And it's all that kind of thing so so yeah it's definitely part of the culture war going on in the netherlands. That's not great. The one thing this is sort of tangential but in doing the research about a singer clouds I've i didn't know a lot about the saint. Nicholas tradition going way back and i didn't realize that part of the reason the chocolate coins are given out or coins or given out in general. Is that saint. Nicholas apparently had thrown coins into the windows of three child. prostitutes So that they can pay off their dowry and no longer have to be prostitutes. Yup that is wild to so if you're getting back to like actual saint nicholas. Who is a real. I mean on the roles of the the ancient. The medieval catholic church saint his one of the first miracles supposedly needed and by the way he's a turkish guy so the original saint nicholas was supposed to be from turkey from the city of In turkey but yeah. The first sort of big legend about him was that there was a man who had three daughters and he was so poor he was basically going to have to sell them into prostitution and for each of three nine. Santa claus saint nicholas with throwback gold in to the guys door In order to keep one daughter and it finally ended up paying basically the dowry of what the the girl was worth or something like that and would throw the dowry and so three nights so that the girls didn't have to go into into prostitution and that's one of the first great deeds of saint nicholas measure christmas. Everybody exactly yep and there's more actually. There's a better one. I don't know if you guys we're gonna talk about. There's a better Story about the pickle barrels. no so so. This is my favorite one about saint. Nicholas was that supposedly. He was travelling at one. Point and There was a a an evil innkeeper and the innkeeper head Shoot i forget the reason. There's a bunch of reasons depending on the story but he had Basically chopped up some some boys who wouldn't leave him alone or who bothered him or stole from him. Something and i think it was three different boys and he just through their remains in a pickle barrel and saint nicholas stopped at this in and knew something was wrong and the guy was trying to cheat him and overpriced overcharge him or something like that and so the miracle. Though that saint nicholas did was he went over to the pickle barrels and he Made the pickle made the boys come back to life out of the pickle barrel so sometimes saying nicklaus's is connected to either pickle imagery or whatever but it's it's the reason he became santa claus to was because he saved children in that legend and in the the legend of the three daughters who are going to have to become prostitutes was so so little boys and girls you know he found they were in bad straits and did something to help him out but no i love the idea that he he somehow magically put put little dismembered little boys back together And the other odd thing about that. Is that the first follower of saint nicholas who had to go around and do with him was actually apparently that who said his punishment for that was he would have to go with saint nicholas from now on but he was going to be the bad guy he he was going to be the one who had to punish the bad children. So nicholas did the good things and this guy who you know naturally chopped up little boys through in pickle barrels was the one who would spank you bad. Yeah yeah so saint history. History is very odd almost feels like a michael comic book. Would this be image. Comics with this be mic todd archer. Farland's dark horses. I'm pretty sure. I'm pretty sure is some god awful rob robe-like l. creation. Yeah you know this. This guy doesn't have a feet but he has spikes any has pouches decl to hold all of his weapons santa. Let's throw a bionic arm as well. You know what three three bionic arms because why not why not. Well some of the description. I want to get to our halftime and move on. Because it's just. I just love this topic and i love hearing you guys share about the idea of christmas and who gets to enjoy it to the to the fullest. What i love. is that like halloween. It seems like it's it's been okay in the last fifty years for adults to really just go hog wild and crazy at halloween and christmas. It's kind of not just for kids anymore. Feels like and but it does seem like the holiday had its origins before the idea of childhood was actually a if if if not a concept you know then you know that there was a time in which young people should not be doing heavy labor. And we're just small versions of a adults Because it obviously saint nicholas has direct rescue them from prostitution and unfortunately okay well hey. Why don't we get into our halftime. And this is the time. Where i implore you the listener to go to the place. You find podcasts. Where you find this. Podcast and download rate and review past episodes of the mount rushmore podcast. 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Usually because i'm lazy and having edited everything. I put him out. Still mid-janary But there's not. There's not an overwhelming amount. Because i only do it. Like i don't do it year round so there's plenty of podcast there but then if you're interested in those postcards that i put out. I've started doing everything from halloween up through valentine's day i hunt down the strangest old vintage postcards. I can and sort of him up to go all the time on social media and you can pick your poison. Their twitter tumbler facebook instagram. I do instagram irritating. 'cause you have to like manually upload things again like automatically to do stuff you're posting hundreds of cards instagram's getting on but yeah twitter twitter and tumbler and facebook. I like right now. I think it set to do fifteen cards scattered throughout the day. I try to find the strangest ones. They can a lot of fun. A lot of people commenting on them trying to figure out where they came from or what they might mean originally But that in the podcast. That's that's what i'm doing. Well it's a lot of fun now. A what i one thing. If you don't mind me saying that my favorite thing out of all of this. That i've started doing was i decided to two years ago on a whim i thought to myself be really cool if i could go out and find a whole bunch of strange weird christmas short stories to have and then i decided i figured out. It'd be a lot easier if i just had other. People wrote them right and for me and a great way to do that would be to start a little contest so for a few years. Now i've done a flash fiction contest where people right just weird christmas stories and it's actually amazing the the amount of stuff that people right. I mean i get hundreds of entries every year. And i read about a. I don't read them. I have all authors and other people read them every year For one episode. That usually comes out right around christmas. But it's some amazing stuff people. Just be as creative as they can. About christmas or the solstice or hanukkah or any sort of of winter holiday as long as you're taking some strange and unusual approach to it. And i do that every year. Now so if you've got any writers listening i'd love to have you participate next time The one this year it's closed but it's little become out round the twentieth of december but the the ones from the last couple of years are just. They're amazing and even win money prizes as a patriot on page and take donations and stuff like that. But most of the money goes towards prizes for the short story contest but That has become my absolute favorite thing to do. Just to see the amazing creative stuff that people come up with for that i mean every year. I'm turning away stories. That i absolutely love and i feel bad that that i have to but there's only so much time in a podcast and that i can i can put on a show but that's that's the best thing that truly of all the stuff. That's fun that i do in the history and everything that's great but but the short stories that people write and they're very short they're like max three hundred and fifty words so we're talking flash fiction It's fun it's great stuff. Hey cool so go to weird christmas dot com to find all of these there things that greg's talking about and we've took and take an hour to do the first two so wh you don't have to rush. But we'll kind of get on her sleigh in go sprightly through the second choice guys. So i believe now craig is gonna let us know his third choice all right third. I'll be quicker. I promise it's time it's me my commenting on all. This is easier Poop christmas poop so especially in spain in katelyn are a lot of actually poop related. Traditions the first one is called the cag- owner and the calendar is a very common thing in native scenes in northern spain and northern spain is mostly catholic but in the northern part which is still somewhat morrish somewhat gypsy somewhat a mix of all different kinds of things in the catalonian region The cabiner is a figure. That's very common in native scenes. Who's got his pants down around his ankles and he's taken a and this is just a normal part of nativity scenes in that part and you can buy a the cabins for your nativity from all sorts. It's a huge Sort of statement thing that people do like it's politics like there's tons of obama or hillary or trump or biden or whatever guys pooping so that can be your cognitive that year or it can be. Local politicians can be pop culture figures. But if you look up cabiner in any name that you can imagine you will find an addition to. You're seeing that. no one else will quite understand. So that's one but that's not the only thing so there's also called the poop log and has different names and it's not that kind of boot block actually wouldn't log And it's called different things. Like the dod denial Is one name for it but what it is. It's a hollowed out log. That's usually On one side. It'll have a little face and they'll will wear like a little red cloak behind it and it's a bit like a pinata. They fill it up with candy and then on. Candy's okay good yes yes on you. Fill it up with candy and then the whole idea. Is that on christmas day. He gets empty it out. Need all the candy. That's in there but before you do that. There's a very traditional song that the translation is basically poop log poop poop blog boop and then there's a whole bunch of their versus the go through But yeah it's the pooping log is where kids in that part of spain will get candy. So yeah so something about that. Part of spain has a whole christmas traditions. Wow wow at the first one. The cabiner sounds similar to the kelvin pissing on ford ikon or low. You know what. I've always thought of it. As is that you know they got you know. Way back in history. They were forced to convert that that part of the country was forced to convert to christianity. And i've always seen it as kind of the the idea of like. Yeah okay you know. We'll we'll except your religion but every year we're still going to take a big steaming on your god right. at least there's there's a little bit of resistance going on every every time but the poop blog that one. I have no idea where it came from. The poop log. Sounds like something you that john creek velizy would have come up with on ren and stimpy. Wow oh yeah like powdered toast or something. Yeah right. that's a lot of fun okay. Wow that's really cool. Is there more poop stuff or just those things. Those are the two that i know of. But i'm always expecting to find more than number two when you when you count your boots. You don't go past two. Okay right Richard michael which third arthur choice is. It's nothing specific at feeling when you go over to someone's Some a new family or a new french house to spend christmas and they all have their individual ways in which they do the same basic things. It's like an individual. It's the experience of experiencing someone's christmas traditions. And you're like. I recognize all this. But i don't understand it necessarily. It's it's going to someone's house and you're playing under their monopoly house rules. Yeah you know exactly what's going on. You're like okay so so you guys you. You open up the He dear stockings before christmas day. Okay christmas night with the stockings. Okay i i get sure and you just kind of have to roll with it and you bake cookies every every christmas day you bake them. That day You open up one gift at night before all of them before. I think that there is. There's a very interesting thing with christmas is that it's so shared but each family treats it so differently and sometimes it's just the tradition like an individual families like traditional christmas is onto themselves like when in the pre covid times when we saw people for christmas at the end of the night. We just play trivial pursuit and it was something that we did every christmas. I don't know when it started. I don't know how long it's been going on. It's just the thing that you're just waiting for like pie to come out and coffee to come out and it's like all right time to play trivial pursuit. I don't expect any other families to do that. But it's just the thing that you that you know is happening. And i think the christmas just lends itself to have all of these shared items. But there so done individually. And i think that's super weird. It's just you know like monopoly like okay so when you land on jail you get all the money that's been put into the middle of the pot. It wasn't who made a temporal but they use it just accept it. Yes my to that. I had to deal with when. I first started gone over to sarah's family's house which is where we traditionally spend christmas. Is they do christmas pajamas. So christmas eve. You do a day pajamas. Swap or a gift exchange which. I just found really weird. Because i don't. I have like two pairs of pajamas that i rotate out of and the second one. If it's like your your kids or your family but yeah when other people you didn't grow up with after swap pajamas. Yeah yeah it's it's very strange. And then the second one is that they open their presents one at a time. So i keep handed out and then okay. It's jenny's turn open up a president and it serves turn and in my family. It was just the kids woke up. Woke the parents up. And then it was the five minute like orgy. A male opening things which i think my parents liked because they just wanted to get back to bed and then there was done you five minutes and you're done. You're playing with your toys so i absolutely. That's why i love. I love michael's idea for this because going to a in-law or whoever it happens to be it's just very discombobulated. I like the idea of also being like it's like you're in. You're in prison as like. That's not the way we do things here. Always just like like some older family members like your new brown hair and you have no idea. We don't do things we don't do that. That is fascinating because as as a young person you remember just assuming that our christmas was the way all christmas was and then realizing other people had different traditions and there's no announcement it's not like you're going to get a an agenda when you when you hang out with your family for their versions of your extended family or whoever for their versions of the of the holidays so you just kind of have to roll with it Yeah and it's so funny. Yeah it's like the same thing but it's just gonna mixed up a little. that's great. i was an only child so christmas morning was always pretty short because it was just me but remember the first year at my wife's family's house they would do they call them stocking stuffers. But it's basically everybody would get everybody like a whole bucket of little tiny like teeny tiny dollar to dollar gifts or you know bottle openers. Or whatever and then they had one or two gifts but it was the same where everybody had to open them one at a time and so it was like. We're gonna be here for two or three hours well. Everybody opens their bottle opener that the last two people also got. And we're all going off. And then i'm going to have to do it and act surprised and we're going to move very slowly. It was yeah was an experience. The one bizarre thing. I remember i think i remember seeing it starting in the mid eighties or nineties as the double income. No kids christmas day. It's usually that the the couple jogging on christmas. You know you're driving from a one parent to another or something like that. And you see people out exercising on christmas day. I remember as a kid kissing. Like what the hell is going on so bizarre. All right. so that takes us to craig's final choice. Okay my last. One is my favorite christmas movie. And unless you're a fan of mystery science theater probably don't know what this was. If you were a fan of mr sites you absolutely no at this. But in nineteen fifty-nine there was a mexican movie called santa claus that came out and it breaks every rule. You probably know about santa claus because it's santa claus is not live in the north pole. He lives in a cloud in a castle in the sky He spends most of the movie fighting the devil. Instead of doing whatever it is. Santa claus does otherwise and it's a surreal movie. It's all about sort of santa and his group of little international kids who are watching a very small number of four kids basically in mexico who seemed to hold the the fate of christmas in their hands of whether or not the poor little girl is going to steal a doll or whether or not these three little boys are going to be convinced by the devil to actually throw some rocks or not It's campy it's strains the guy who plays santa as weird. The reindeer are just everything about it is off like the reindeer aren't real reindeer their wind up reindeer. Who have this incredibly odd mechanical sort of routine that they go through when you have to watch them that lasts for far too long characters. Just sit there and laugh on screen for. I don't know how long it just it's a fever dream. it's absolutely a fever. Dream movie But i love it. And i found out. I've got a buddy who lives in. Mexico city was raised in mexico. City and When we first started talking about christmas the first timers like to see this thing to him. It was like oh oh yeah. That's on every year that's like on network. Tv that's just a one of the like christmas specials and it blew my mind because to me everything about this movie is just horribly horribly wrong and to him. It was part of the season but mystery. Science theater did it. And then all the different offshoots of mystery science theater like like rift tracks and cinematic titanic interacting. There's there's all kinds of versions of the show but it is absolutely something you should hunt down And experience when you first brought up three k. Of course i am. My immediate thought was santa claus and hawkers. The martians That was the joe version. The the santa claus was when in the mike era. Yes yeah well. That's a fun fun choice. And i really You know i have to say Craig one of the fun things about having guests come on is the obviously the new. The new energy and the new point of view to share One of the sad things is just seeing them. Clobber up on the michael and richard often. They're brought on because they're an expert and Having such enthusiasm and a depth of experience with the topic that Richard michael are kind of like the little kid who's Who's swinging at the bully but the bullies arm has extended far enough and is holding the kids head so no punches are landing. So we're we're we're very aware of this relationship that were willing to get out of it. The tradition of it. Yeah so while some some really great choices but there is still time for richard michael to send another salvo of holiday interesting observation at us. What are you got sure. Here's a little bit of holiday. Cheer for you. And this is something that i thought didn't exist until about about this holiday season last year. Which is the idea of someone. Buying a car for their spouse and having it delivered to their house with a giant red bow on it who does the does. I've always wanted to know that too. I wanted to know like. Do you have to buy the boasts separately. And how much does it cost. No the boat. The bo is a an ad on by the dealership. I know this because my previous job. That i worked at was for a large-scale print mini per printing company and the holiday season. Pretty much ninety percent of what they were doing over. The the months leading up to christmas was making these bows for really dealerships. Is that right. Wow wow so. Apparently this is a thing that actually happens and yes. It's it's just something. That's provided as sort of a incentive for you to gift carter to your husband or wife I have only seen commercials where this happens. I've never heard of it really happening. I sure. I assumed. I don't know anyone who's done this but i. I assumed that it was the same thing. He was just something that capitalism is trying to force you to do that. We're all smart enough to figure out to do but apparently it's a thing. I don't i if my wife. If sarah were if i were to wake up on christmas morning and go. He looked outside and there is a car with a bow on it. I would be incredibly pissed. Oh yeah oh. Yeah yeah exactly. You didn't by the whole thing. I've got payments. You just bought me thirty six months of payments on a car. That i didn't get to test drive that i may or may not like Why that yeah. And we're not all that family that what's the one where she liked. Buys him a watch and he's like great and guess what. I've got two things outside and they walk outside of this house. That's obviously like some weird. You know named architect design being in something else. And he buys the two things and yeah. It's beyond unreal. I whatever i see. Yeah like i said. I assumed it was just the auto industry trying to push this thing but it i i feel better. I also feel like that. Whenever i see somebody giving somebody a kitten or puppy like i got here the thing for twenty years. What if i didn't want yes. It's cute now. If your spouse has been saying boy it really liked to have a dog. Or i'd really like to have a cat. Yeah okay maybe. I can see that. Yeah or if your spouse has said boy that new Precedes s classes really. That's really good. Maybe i could see it. Yeah but isn't there one where like the parents have given the only one i believe is one where parents have put a bow on top of their old station wagon and they're like giving it to their son or something like that one. I can believe that's an excellent use of the bow. Yeah that seems like that. That's something my parents would have done. Eighty six chrysler got perfect i. It wasn't my gag. But i did. They do think comedian. Did talk about just just by the big bow and put it on the driveway. And then bring your spouse or girlfriend cover is and then say honey. Take a look. Oh my god they stole it. Had this beautiful car here. Somebody's stolen and then you don't have to buy the so gentlemen. Thank you so much for all your great suggestions for topics michael richard. Boy this was. Hey you know valiant try you guys really great job with your choices. Christmas music celebrating. Saint nicholas day and swear to pete people's christmases and how bizarre they can be and the car with the bow and hal ridiculous inconspicuously spending that is but i gotta say even trounced by the weird christmas Maestro craig and his so these are the choices that are going on the mount rushmore of weird christmas christmas mushrooms christmas postcards and how bizarre they can be dead birds especially poop in both forms that it comes and then santa claus mexican movie. That is Tradition there bizarre here. Look i've never been so happy to be beaten like this. Was you know. I'd i have devoted more hours than my wife is happy with to christmas history so it it's a victory. It finally paid off after all these years. The cost is felt in many parts of my life. You'll you'll get the certificate in the mail Eight to twelve weeks crown handling eluded crown. You have to wear pajamas. Yeah so do so. Thank you so much. 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"Posting about yesterday. And i think that this bears up after the study the arc of these disturbances as riots. That have taken place ever since memorial day weekend very sadly Is that when. Republicans are trump supporters or folks do not adhere to the establishment. Leftist line are out and about. They get attacked there. They get attacked in washington. This is the third time we've had these attacks. There was the night that the president nominated amy coney barrett and the folks who left from that on the south lawn of the white house just trying to get back to their house hotels. They were town then. We had the big trump rally shortly after the election or shortly before whenever that was and folks who lingered late in downtown dc. Where i lived for eleven years. Love it very much They were attacked by antifa people. They were attacked by Other thugs of the left. So it is your. It is your position. I just wanna bring richard in. It's your position that the vast majority if not all of the violence over the last year. But let's focus on last night. It really comes from the left peaceful. Protesters allegedly peaceful protesters on the right including the proud boys. Is that your position. I i really don't know about the national media about a gosh darn. They told me the sun rises over the michigan. I wouldn't believe you will. i'm context. I understand the surnames being thrown around. But i don't know that they were there and just because the national media says it doesn't mean okay. Let's go to rene this. Look i want to go to richard boykin. I want to engage everybody. And then we'll go back to you for a second helping. Go ahead richard your reaction on what happened specifically last night in the streets and as long as a large portion of americans feel that this election might have been stolen. Are we likely to see this type of demonstrations and that bruce into violence in the country gaza sure. Hope not Bruce cy look you know. The election results are what they are. And obviously the supreme court has declined to take this case that texas broad. I mean the theory about once they brought it was kinda weird but The election is going to be certified through the electoral college tomorrow. and joe biden will be declared the winner of this election. Now it is my hope that we can all come together. Democrats republicans independence all of us as we fight this pandemic. That's in front of us. Covert nineteen. i mean. Oh we need everybody onboard to fight this. Well can comply with come back. I'm going to talk about the unity that you're hoping for with kelvin and how much of that spills over to the other side of the american populace. I've got a four one. Eight hundred seventy three eight hundred eighty nine from coast to coast in evanston illinois. This is bruce dumont on beyond the beltway for some news. About their opinion he believed the news. Should give you the facts without bias. So you can form your own. We believe in news not talk backs not opinions. Snooze nation is on every night at seven pm on wgn america to give you the information you need every one calls it. The noise will actually deliver on it. Seven nights a week in primetime. Find your local channel by going to delhi. America dot com then newsnation. It's your news your nation when beyond the beltway this. I thank you very much for joining us this. Cb one eight hundred seventy three eighty two I want to go back to you. rosanna just to Make your point. Because i said in response to your first question. You're going to give be chapter and verse as you see what happened the election but let me begin by asking the question this way. Do you believe that the president would need to flip the election in four states in order for the numbers to change in his favor. You know what. Brazil a i. I would have to say this. I've never heard or met. Richard before a he has such a calming voice. That is we have to discuss anything with the other side. He ought to be the lead. 'cause he sounds like such a statesman and his calming effect. Well he's also a minister and so about the election. You know what. I this is my feeling i just read. Something just came out where it said that Kemp was given money by the shaikh homs and he bought all this. You know it's just every single minute. Every single our new information is coming out. So i i have no idea what's going to happen What is nobody but here. But here's my question. I wanna ask him on the level of just common sense The president if any one of these four states decides to flip and go and go for joe biden or go for donald trump all all all four of more three of the four have to go for donald trump. Do you think that's likely with again the things that you're the things that you're hearing or reading or believing and that's the most important thing they are coming from sources that you believe in the sources that you believe in are not necessarily most likely not the sources that chris roebling might agree with or or richard boykin or many people listening to the program. This evening so my question is how do you know who's telling the truth and in this particular case doesn't it have to be one hundred percent That you've been lied to for you to flip your opinion and say the joe biden is the legitimate president. Elect i am. I'll tell you who i'm following. I'm following sydney powell and watching her lead and what. She's doing the statements. She's coming out with. Are you disappointed that she his failed to provide hard evidence that has been reviewed by a judge. Were a judge agrees with her. That hasn't happened anywhere. Well you know there again. There's so many facets to this it's almost like a diamond there's so many facets to it and they're trying to attack the mall It's it's a wait and see me. But i give her credibility and i don't care how they come up with. I want every legal vote. Vote-counting want to have it but i want every legal okay. Let's go to chris roebling. I think chris would agree with that. You want every legal. Vote count as well. But according to some reports up to seventy percent of republicans who have been surveyed on this believe That that something was stolen. I mean you you hang around with republicans all the time. You're a republican. Where do you come down on on on. What's happening in the country into the party right now. Well i think this is the most objectionable and the and the most suspect most regular election in my life and i'd like to remind the audience. I was commissioner of elections right city of chicago in the early nineteen nineties as a republican right republican member of a three person panel so i had a background in election right administration and in fact i oppose sequoia which is predecessor of one of these forbes. It's ancient history. But i can tell you that. I don't like any of the information. I've received about how the election was conducted in these states. I also don't like the quality of lawyering that the president's ad and i don't think they've had any kind of litigation communications and then you mentioned the thing about sydney politics. She has shown up with a lot of evidence. But i understand what you're saying about the judge And that gets back to the lawyering. I i would also say that I think that joe biden has an enormous stake in a complete airing of everything that the trump people have come up with. And and i think that's how by gets to a statue beyond partisan pugilists. I think if he were to embrace these issues and say look. Let's run this down. Let's see what happened. Just rosanno saying if he's the winner. He's the winner. And and i'm going to absolutely play for the guy in wishing but very best But right now. I just think that we're listening to a media. That was wrong about russia. they were wrong about impeachment. They were wrong. About joe biden son. They were wrong about joe biden and his involvement with his son. You know they're just members of the democratic party who happened to work for the fourth estate. And i don't i don't think they are also i i really i will. I will say that. There are many Partisans in the media but many of those partisans in the media they would say to. They would say i am doing to this story what i would do any other story. I am looking at the evidence. I'm looking for some example of a judge to independently review the evidence and basically say There's something here that stinks. And they haven't found that they have not found it in four states with that they haven't found. I mean i think there are judges. Who have gone. Beyond what has been presented in dismissing this. Or that case. But i for instance. The supreme court didn't say there was no evidence. The supreme court brought out standing. Which is an absolute faucet. The judges us to turn on litigation or turn it off it's it's an absolutely impenetrable doctrine of the law and that means it's arbitrary and the judges can use it. The justice can use it to deflect something they don't wanna see. I wanna go. I think we're going to see very we're going to see an enormous amount of lawyering in the next ten days two weeks. I think the chances of trump pulling this out are now about i. One but aren't aren't. We aren't going to know that tomorrow when when the electoral college together aren't going to know that the electoral college net. But yes richard said that you know biden will be elected biden will be actu- that the actual investiture of the presidency takes place. I want i want to ask one more one more question to you. Chris and i definitely want to go back to richard to get his response is we haven't heard much from him in this for segments. My question to you is what would happen to the country. The country if for some reason joe biden didn't take that oath on the twentieth and donald trump would remain. What what what would be happening in the streets. What would be happening to our democracy. What would be happening to america if were to happen. If it's based on the evidence in the law it then it strengthens our democracy if if it were to be based time do you think. Do you think there's enough time and enough money to to to explain this this decision that that. You're hoping for or bro. roseanne is hoping for. Do you think there's enough time to convince enough americans that they will just say you know the election is over and you know what all those people that were celebrating the you know. There's the eighty million people who voted for joe biden. They're just going to lick their hands. And and and go back and not saying anything about it going to be riots. I agree with if if for whatever reason biden is not taking office on the twentieth. Okay they're gonna be riots and we already know that from what we saw on memorial day rise on the fourth of july. I think they're going to be the case richard. They're going to riot. Chris chris. chris. Roebling chris roebling please. You know how the show goes. We've got to let the democrats speak we. No no no. I was asking richard if i was going to go to the question. I want to make sure that richard is weighing in and getting his affair. Piece of time. Here richard first of all. Do you agree that if this situation arose that i have just described there probably would be demonstrations that would turn into riots in many american cities. No question about it. Yes okay there. Total anarchy in the streets. Okay so is there any Do you would this be in any way. Viewed as a positive for president elect by or president biden after january twentieth. If that were to happen is there any way that he makes a political gain out of that. But i i can't see this election being overturned. I think the supreme court sent that signal a really was the last option for president trump and his team. The supreme court Quite frankly they denied they demerged. They didn't take the case. And so you know. The electoral college is going to confirm the results. Tomorrow and Joe biden expect will be taken the oath of office on january twentieth. He has a lot of things to deal with. We need republicans. We need a president trump to come forward and accept the results of the election. We need him to participate in a real cooperative manner in terms of the transition. Look we're fighting this pandemic there. So many millions of americans who lost their jobs of they've lost hope We got a little hope because we got the vaccine again to to to begin the process and we hope to have one hundred million people vaccinated by the end of march but quite frankly Until we have widespread vaccination Then maybe we can get back to some sense of normalcy. But it's going to take everybody. It's gonna take republicans democrats and independents working together to move this country forward. We can do it Democracy is a great thing. And i respect people's rights approached us. Nobody should be beaten. Because they're protesting a john. Lewis is the prime example of someone on the edmund pettus bridge who was beaten just for protesting. We shouldn't have that we move beyond that time. Respect people's right to protest but we gotta move on and we gotta tackle the big issues facing our country. We've got a pause. One eight hundred seven two three eight eighty two hundred nine from coast to coast and border to border. Good discussion this evening. We're gonna switch the different topic when we come back with our guests. I'm bruce dumont. Thanks for joining us tonight. Happy holidays opinions are everywhere when you watch the news. But what about your opinion. Why can't you just get the facts to decide for yourself. Newsnation has on every night at seven pm on. Wgn america unlikely newscast in primetime. That doesn't tell you what to think. Seven nights a week. Newsnation will deliver you. News talk facts not opinions. Find your local channel by going to wgn america com. It's your news your nation Ah roussillon back. Thanks very much for joining this evening. let's go. Let's take a to let each of our guests introduce themselves and we'll begin with chris. Roving chris. everybody. I'm chris roebling and It's been a great privilege to be on the for many years back to the mid-nineteen eighties And with my studio appearance up in evanston i have now been basically every spot but bruce's broadcast left very good roseanne alito. Go ahead tell us everybody Who you are hi. My name's peligro born and raised in chicago. I now am in springfield illinois. But i've been on the immigration same. I'd say since two thousand three I was one of the original minutemen on the zona. Mexico border in two thousand five. I was invited to testify on illegal immigration before congress in two thousand seven. So when i want to go to sleep i closed my eyes and count illegal aliens jumping over the fence. Okay and i should mention as i do whenever you're on you're a person that's been on this program for many many time at least at least a couple of decades and you were. You are a true believer in an issue that you lived long enough to see someone including the president of the united states. Take your issue seriously. And i want to talk more about whether or not you give them. What grade do you give them after You know almost eight. F almost four years but That's you. You were a absolute true believer and and i always appreciate people who stand by their positions in and lived to see some success. Richard boykin also joins us Richard we go back at least a couple of decades as well tell everybody a little bit about your background. And what brings you here this evening. Thank you very much. Bruce and i want to thank my fellow panelists as well. I spent thirteen years in washington. Working for three members of congress. Democratic members of congress proud of data spent the four years on the county board of commissioners. I'm an attorney. Spent thirteen years at barnes and thornburg. Now have my own law firm and consulting firm british builders and i'm proud to be a guest On your shoulders than that. I think does tremendous work across the country. I want to say happy holidays to one out there. Who who are listening tonight. Okay well we thank you very much I want to switch gears and talk about another issue. That got quite a bit of a press this week and that is There is a growing number of people within the civil rights movement And i want to expand the civil rights bullet including the black lives matter movement. That are not happy with the complexion of joe biden's cabinet thus far. What is your take on that your reaction to that richard. A thank you very much. I look i think that Joe biden and kamala harris. The vice president are doing a tremendous job in terms of making this cabinet The most diverse cabinet In the united states the presidency history of quite frankly marcia fudge a democrat congresswoman from ohio has been nominated to be the secretary of hud Secretary of defense. A lloyd austin and african american janet yellen at treasury. I mean we have women. We have African americans all throughout their number post to be filled a steel and so i expect that we'll have a pretty diverse Cabinet and i'm very what do you say what do you. What do you say to the those on the left in those in the black lives matter movement who were already chirping up right now making a news for themselves by suggesting that it's not it's not black enough for it's not minority enough well look You know they're always going to be people who think that there needs to be more and You know we have to to be sensitive to their their concerns but Quite frankly It's joe biden's of pick In terms of the cabinet and he wants to work with. And i have confidence that he's gonna pick the right people and that he's gonna pick people who are from diverse backgrounds in who understand what what we need to move the country forward to make sure that we put people back to work to make sure that we worked together across party lines and partisanship and that sort of thing. We got to put this behind. Let's bring this country together. Chris worldly we gotta move okay. How successful is it. That i want to just kind of follow the unity issue. How unifying are the people that have been nominated vest far for the cabinet positions or senior white house positions. Chris roebling is there a stinker in there or stinkers in their if they are angering the left then they're probably reasonable people or at least less unreasonable. They are I i don't think that there are any stinkers in there. I am very proud about joe biden and his pick for defense secretary. I think that's historic. I think that the military has been one of the great institutions for merit advancement. And one of the great. Is that you you know. Respond to people about everybody. In america can succeed. Take a look at the amazing military that we've got hollow bob the waiver about the waiver. I mean some people are concerned. A surprising number of democrats In in they have said that. We're not going to support this position because we do not believe. There's going to be enough separation between lloyd General general as a general and general as a retired general. They need more space. I think that's i you know when you hear folks like that. That have a long history with presidential appointments. I was physically in the room. When carter's nominee for cia withdrew and there were guests across the entire senate caucus irri. So i've i've been around things. I know somebody on the The waiver issue saying oh will the president has what they're basically saying is joe biden. Didn't think this through enough. And i don't think that's helpful for them or for biden. If we have to see that you have senator have senator tammy duckworth Who was a rumored to be the secretary of defense. Also for being rumored to be the vice presidential pick Maybe she's just sour grapes but she's she's not gonna vote for the waiver and a lot of other democrats. Let me ask you rosanna. this is looking beyond the areas where you normally look but The first of all you believe that the president should get who he wants to be in his cabinet. Well this is the way. Feel about whoever he picks. You know the analogy of if i had brain surgery. I don't care if that doctor is black. White hispanic or asian. I want the best rain surgeon. And as i look These past months is to what has happened in chicago. What has happened in illinois with our governor. What has happened in michigan. When i see leaders say you must wear a mask and then they go to parties without masks. And do as i say but not as extremely. Excuse me rosanna is to. This is a little off topic. Let me go back to my question to you is. Does it bother you that if the new defense secretary does not have the the seven year waiver period i believe it's a seven year waiver period because some people in america both republicans and democrats do not like the idea of someone coming out of the military going in to run the defense department because they feel that they should be civilian run and the fact that he's been civilian for just a couple of years. it doesn't pass muster. I mean the same issue with the general mattis. I mean he had to go through it. So does it bother you. That he's too close to the military of he's running the defense department. Are you speaking to me. I asked you a question. You gave me completely non sequitur and so i want to go back to the birth of my point is i want the best person for that position. So he could be his you know and that that is the person than it is but not who is owed a favor her the position who is the best leader for this country. Because there's a great voice so the fact of the homeland security secretary being described as the first hispanic to bed agency. That really doesn't mean anything to you. As long as that designated person is the best for the job. That's correct okay. I wanna go onto something else. A- mattias we're talking about the issue of And i want to go to to to you richard Bill barr the attorney. General has taken quite a bit of a beating by By the left does he get any credit for a at least apparently standing up to the president and giving the president bad news which may cost him his job. Look i think bill barr has been a good attorney. General i think he's been fair He said that he didn't see You know the irregularities to the degree it President trump and others suggested regarding the election. Of course then infuriated the president but The attorney general is a position that You know you have to go with the law and you have to represent the people. You're not there to represent the president of per se your air to represent the american people and i think that's what bill barr has done as attorney general and so he's had a distinguished career he's for number of presidents number of administrations and. I'm proud of the work that he's been able to account chris Chris rumbling up. is the president Being an ingrate by the way. He's publicly ridiculing. Bill barr while his public ridicule of people that he wants. Promoted is really one of his least attractive. Right affects okay however having having said that You know. I'm disappointed with bar because we never got anything out of durham. We didn't get any closure out of durham yet and Durham has been made a special prosecutor. And that's good and we need a special prosecutor for joe biden's son. Because joe biden has lied continuously to the american people and his son lied and son et cetera et cetera. And that cannot be investigated by a job and we will let you continue your etcetera etcetera about Joe biden when we back when we come back bruce dumont from coast to coast and border to motor happy hanukkah to all of our jewish friends as to be with you did seething back shortly dumont back. Thanks w with us on beyond the beltway. Ireland gould and pam role are joining us from different parts of the country. This evening on our beyond the beltway radio. Tv internet the network. And i have you on. It's also good to hear some big band christmas music around this time of the year. Let's head do. Paul thing to us in racine wisconsin online line. One he wants to weigh in with a question or comment. Go ahead paul. Well first of all to everybody on the show tonight. Merry christmas merry christmas. Happy holidays but okay Miracle i just. I just it. It is time to Happy hanukkah as well richard. I want to respond directly to your your call for unity. I am a trump supporter and I find it ironic. Now that you know it looks like joe biden is going to take over the presidency After four years of you know just constant trying to overturn the election of twenty sixteen And then particularly with the comments of the michigan representative from either yesterday or the day prior and afc's comments from a couple of weeks ago about the trump picket. So they can't you expect me. And and the republicans all the sudden. Have this by moment. I think incredibly disingenuous on your part after what your party tried to do to the president trump Particularly in this last year of this pandemic for you all son to say well now. Let's all come together because a democrat running the show. I just think that's and i'm not even gonna put in what i think happened in this election. But let me let me that richard. Go ahead you're on or first. Let me thank you for calling in and for listening and for being actively engaged in on courage you to stay engaged in the process by why i did not agree with a lot of the stuff that went on the last four years in terms of investigations of president trump and china over during the election and that sort of thing and us or did hillary clinton and the election But i didn't agree with that and so the reality of it is that as a democrat. I can disagree with off some of the things that not leaders of the party. Do i can disagree with that Sometimes you get criticized for it but it's okay. 'cause i'm a big boy got big shoulders. I can handle that. But what we richard. If i if i get rich effect if i could just which if i could just interject for a moment because Paul may not know. And i say may and and others listening around the country. A may not know as you've just described yourself. you are a moderate to some would say conservative democrat. You frankly you have lost an election because you're not radical enough so i put that in context as to who you are And and paul. I think i would agree with your assessment. Totally that those on the left and those in the media that that for for all the last three and a half years were beating up on donald trump. No matter what he did. There wasn't anything that the man could do right. And now we are expected to turn the other cheek and to accept You know just to go quietly away. Those days are over. i think. Unfortunately i think we're going to be into several. Maybe a couple of decades of this back and forth between elections because of the way in which democrats mostly democrats. I'm independence but mostly democrats and the news. Media treated donald trump. They made things different. It used to be that you'd lose it election. The other side would wash their hands. They'd be furious for a couple of months and then they would go back to being quiet and preparing for the next election. That didn't happen. People were out for the juggler. The president's juggler from day one. And now we're we're expected those seventy four million people who voted for donald trump. Were expected to just go by the wayside and shut our mouths. That's not going to happen. That's what my first question tonight. was i mean. the demonstration. the turned violent last night We go to see a lot more of that in this country that allegedly is united when in reality it isn't united. We don't live in the united states of america at least a political sense. The country is divided. What i'm saying bruce's i don't expect people to be quiet and disco quietly with the results. Look there's an election coming up in georgia that's going to be pivotal. A who's going to run the senate. And i mean obviously if you got the senate run by republicans. The house spent democrats the president. Whoever you know. Joe biden has to work with the senate and so the reality of it is that the energy of from this election You know. I hope that people staying gauged and stay involved in the process but there's a way to do it constructive. Let's go back to when paul to respond. We always want to give the callers. The last word go ahead paul. Paul has gone okay. Well we're going to give them the last word. But i guess you already had it. Let's go to genie. And she is or janine rather and she is listening in knoxville tennessee. Go ahead tennessee. You're on the air thank you. It's good to hear talk to you. I get to see you almost every week. Thank you very much. so what. I'm concerned about is For example Eh people voted this time. We pretty much know that. I'm concerned that that is going to continue. And i believe it needs to stop and any other fraud that went on during this election needs to be dealt with and i wanna see i wanna know that. The individuals who committed fraud are prosecuted crystal a caller. I just want to say that it was a very good night. for republicans. There were electricity. Chrissy in a lot of new places and i think everybody on the republican side of the i under i understand richard saying and where possible we gotta work with the new president but republicans everywhere need to get involved with election administration and make this a national issue just like the caller said bruce. Thank you very much and i would just underscore that by saying between now when everyone is exercised at least on the trump side and republican side. 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Fill the tell the longtime restaurant critic of the chicago tribune phil. Nice debbie with us this evening and also be joined by ray lopez ray lopez is the ultimate democratic commitment of fifteenth ward in. Chicago is a frequent guest on this program and many of the constituents of his ward are those workers not necessarily the owners restaurants but those who work in the kitchen in the in the bussing service Many of them reside in in raise ward as well as obviously a lot of restaurant tours as well but that's part of the ripple effect when you're talking about the problem of the restaurant business a little bit later on we're going to be joined by a gentleman from california and he feels that The the dictates of governor gavin newsom are much and he is rejecting an and failing to respond and adhere to the rules of the state of california which is indoor dining. Should be shut. That's also the case In the chicago area. It's also the case effective tomorrow morning in new york city shutting down all indoor dining So i want to begin with you. based on all the people that you deal with on a on a regular basis of phil How devastating is this and and and what what forms of devastation have you been seeing over the last several months since we did this first interview. Many months ago It's it's an ongoing tragedy Restaurants are closing left and right people are being furloughed left and right restaurants have very little confidence that they can withstand the winter in in the restaurant cycle. January february march are the worst we Months for the restaurant industry has there are very many customers. Usually they build up to this with holiday parties and a big summer and all that was taken away from so they are they. Have they have very little unreserved. Because that's just the way the cycle works and someone described it as they would the would the vaccines coming out. Now they know where the aces and they don't think they have enough water to get there now. These restaurant tours. They dealing with Recommendations from the cdc so they're dealing at the federal level but each individual state also has their own independent Determinations and some governors and some mayors are more strict than others so If they're looking for someone to blame. I blaming everybody or are they blaming of the federal response Less likely or more likely than their local municipal and state a dictates. What i'm hearing mostly from restaurateurs is the frustration of what they perceived to be an an unfair application of the rules A once jeff recently toured the food court at a mall and took pictures of all the people unmasked sitting close together and he can open his dining room and another story that broke or early late. This week was the revelation that some people knew in some people didn't nat restaurants and bars inside o'hare and midway airport are allowed to be open at all these people congregating. There's no mechanism at the state. Level for determining which restaurants can be safety and which cannot many restaurants have spent thousands of dollars investing in air filtration systems and special dividers to keep people separate an equipment. Kyw's and they've been told none of that matters. But you can go to costco with one hundred forty four more people at the same time and that's okay and then also parody that unfairness really what gets them. We should also mention in chicago A a member of the chicago city council owns a very popular restaurant He was singled out this past week. because he was leading some regular customers into his indoor dining establishment and He was He was caught and fined and mayor. Lightfoot became very Furious with them and yet the two of them are usually politically Simpatico of each other a one alderman who is not simpatico. The mayor of chicago is ray lopez. Who joins us now and ray. My question to you is At the beginning of the discussion. I mentioned the difference between those that own restaurants and those that have to work in restaurants and obviously they are part of the ripple effect that is affected by any dictate that a governor a senator of the cdc that senator but governor or mayor. The cdc comes up with so tell us a little bit more about the devastation in your ward as it relates to Many hispanic workers that That are listening to our broadcast from coast to coast tonight. Good evening to you. Fell in all of your viewers. Once again we're seeing this does incongruent lodged coming down from all levels of government impacting communities throughout the entire hitting hardest those essential workers at up to work in restaurants show up to be busboys and hotels and things of that nature. Don't know which end is up at this point ten months into this pandemic and we've seen the impact. It's had on our communities with double digit positivity rates the fear in the creation of now the underground markets where since they don't have restaurants go dining. They're actually now having lake version of restaurants on the streets and open air markets where they're selling tacos food and whatnot without a license without sanitation. Because there's nowhere else to go in the needs and make some money in all of that is fighting against the perceived effort to try and get a hold of the corona virus note. It's very dangerous. And if we don't all get on the same page there will be no end in sight soon too so that we can start opening up and getting our lives back to normal but again as as far as how who their most upset with And again in chicago you know they. They have a mayor who acts precipitously We have a governor who some would say drags his feet and then then act precipitously and we certainly have those who criticized the ppp program at the federal level. So the the people who are at the lower rung of the restaurant industry that you're about. I mean who. Who are they pissed off with. So you know. I'll be perfectly frank. No my residents people are upset with every level of government right. They think that enough of us are on the same page and one hundred percent correct. You said it today. You said it perfectly. You've got a a mayor in chicago. Does one thing. A governor says something else in oftentimes. They are in a match polling on each other while simultaneously trying to throw up their anger and frustration at the federal level. And that is a story that has repeated itself from coast to coast throughout this country. All while people's lives are in jeopardy people's businesses are in jeopardy. I think phil. Correct me. If i'm wrong. We have almost twenty one thousand restaurants. There are expected to close because of covid nineteen across country eyebrows alone and saved possibly make never open again. If i saw my numbers right now these are people who put their blood sweat and tears into becoming entrepreneurs becoming business owners were open to buying the american dream and because of the lack of coordination by politicians too complacent with their own guarantee. Everybody's what consistent decisions we're gonna. We're gonna stop here. 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Thanks for joining us tonight. On beyond the beltway. And we're going to bring into our conversation to continue conversation with the lopez and fill of the tell here in chicago. We're going to bring in day foles. Who joins us from agoura hills california. Dave can hear us. Okay out in california. Yeah hey you loud and clear man terrific. You are the owner of cronies which has several locations in southern california. And you like everyone else in that. Business is trying to stay afloat and by the way just in this past year over one hundred and ten thousand restaurants have gone out of business that represents about seventeen percent of the restaurants in the united states. And you said by. Golly i'm not gonna i'm not gonna be in the next statistic that comes out so tell us a tell us what you have been doing and tell us How difficult the decisions by governor newsom have been on you and That you chose to fight back against the governor gives us that story all right. Well thanks for having me on. And and here's what's going on here in southern california about I don't know sixteen days ago or fourteen days sixteen days ago. La county Set of a new rule where it didn't let any restaurants have outdoor dining. I'm not talking about indoor dining. I'm talking about outdoor dining in the french open air and and In other counties which were adjacent to us which my other restaurants are in that county were allowed to continue their outdoor dining and and so i thought it was very unfair and I said no. We are not my partners. And i discussed this and we said no. We're not gonna close down. We're going to continue doing outdoor business. We're gonna follow the same standards. That the cdc has recommended in the county is recommended for health. In regards to distancing and all those other things and we stayed open and and a george actually last week overturn that and he said you know that the county of los angeles stepped its reach and There's there's there was nothing There was no merit to their to their decision to close down restaurants. There is no. The judge gave the county they said. Show me some evidence that outdoor is a threat to to to receive colbert and they couldn't come up with it so he turned it over. By by that time governor newsom goodness across the whole state he made five regions and in. I am in the southern california region. And all of my stores now are supposed to be Take out or delivery. Only and that just doesn't work for us but none but no indoor one just clarify indoor You can't do indoor either. You could not do indoor here For the past probably five months. We haven't done indoor okay. The only thing was outdoor and the governor ranted and raved and said everybody go outside and in in all cities were giving special use permits temporary permits for outdoor dining even in parking spaces in. We've invested in our sores so much money on on canopies rental heaters the propane the k. Rails at a fencing Tables we have much to how much how much. How much do those things cost. I mean the let's just talk about the f- the flame wars. How much does that cost. And you have to buy them or do you rent them at first we were renting them but then we decided to buy ramen if you could find one. You're very lucky much very high demand. So you're paying about two hundred bucks hundred seventy five to two hundred dollars. What about the ten as you can find him on sale. What about the tents. The what one of our stores was paying. I think seventy five to eight thousand dollars a month for this rental and we had five stores the one that we gore The landlord actually a picked up that bill and they were renting out canopies for us but i'm talking about these canopies. You would see at a wedding. I mean some of the one of our restaurant has a canopy. That is forty by eighty. It was huge and You rent them. But that's the only way you can operate your business. It's crazy you're paying for this giant canopy but you're not using your inside of your relative combat to. I want to come back to fill the tel aviv. Chicago tribune joins us here. Fill up. How common is that story with the restaurant tours that you speak about they also Complaining about the cost of investing all these items for outdoor dining when You know we're we're soon going to be in the twenty degree ranger in chicago. I talked to. I spoke to a couple of russia chores and they were talking about reading tense sufficient to cover their outdoor patios in the back of three months. Rachel twenty thousand dollars and they can barely make. That's they'd be to fill it as much as they can and would barely break even in the city of chicago. You can't really do it but you're not. It's not really a code to use propane heaters. It's supposed to be all electric now also also restaurants from the city centre the more. You're gonna get away with it because the inspectors have bigger fish to fry. But if you're not if you're in the city center if you're in the loop if you're in river north you put up a tent and you put propane in their inspectors are going to get there pretty quick and they're gonna make you stop that forced air you can do electric and but here's chicago. It's it's december eleventh thirteenth. Excuse me this point is about to become moot there. There's not enough going to get you to spit sit outside and in sub twenty degree weather and is there On the issue of of donald the the inspectors showing up What is what is the current rule about indoor indoor dining is rebutting at the moment correct in chicago but but not at st the stadium throughout the state of illinois so once upon a time though once upon a time they were trying to ask a restaurant tour to survive on what twenty percent twenty five percent of their their audience. Yes right bill. Sorry a day was the same thing. California you're dealing with reducing percentages of trying to operate will for a few weeks or first of all when this whole thing started. We were closed for We were closed for How long was it about to order. That might have been an order right. And that accepted that. We didn't know about the virus and then they let us back in with like half Occupancy and then they kicked us outside again and actually in california. The weather's little nicer. It's actually very doable in the heaters for where we are in the cities we are. We just we have. The canopus canopies can't put walls on them right so getting back to your point about. You can't use propane you're absolutely correct. They has to be open walls at least two walls. I wanna go back. I want to go back to ray. Lopez ray is a is an alderman in the city of chicago. He's not closely tied with the mayor. But my question to you ray. Is someone who. I'm sure gets the complaints from the restaurant tours in your neighborhood and maybe pick them up elsewhere Who is making the decision for the city of chicago. Who comes up with an idea that we think a restaurant tour can operate on twenty percent when when they may have no clue at all As to that that twenty percent. Maybe totally irresponsible request. So you know in the city of chicago bruce. We've seen where the departments are being made. The decisions are being made behind closed doors between the mayor and the public health department. We've seen that at the state level. Where the legislatures wall and making some of these decisions. I think indeed net brought many of the states throughout this country where it's all by executive order and they usually change every thirty days. That's about how long you can have an executive or legal. And that's where i think. A lot of this area is because these orders never had any public just how to get from point a to point. B we understand it the first two months and they're all scrambling to figure out what happened but to be quite honest. Politicians piddled away their opportunity. Also murder figure out what the wintertime plan was going to be. We know winner is the hardest time for restaurants as bill. Said as as dade knows starring. After christmas you expect your holiday season to carry over into the first three months where you actually have some cash witty where we walked student where you don't have that cash validity. You'd take away that reserve night asking people to make it on their own without any kind of cushion but nadia turn people again no indoors. No no outdoors in some state right in chicago do outdoors. But you've got gotta have your your tent canopies wall off because it's gonna beat rush degrees outreach. To the argument many restaurants. Why are we going outside in a four square box and could just go inside so the fourth where box. Exactly one of our cities aren't doing is that were not willing grants funds to actually help our businesses in your heart surviving works through voted as opposed to just continuing victimization. Isd endemic isn't there. Isn't there in chicago and again fill. You may know this array may know this that there's almost two hundred and fifty million dollars left the in the federal pot for whether it's p. p. e. or keeping in restaurants are going fill of. You heard that figure that there's money that just hasn't been to disseminate digit three hundred. What's the what's the number three hundred nine hundred million and that's that's those are federal dollars. Correct part of the key areas accurate. Yes okay well. The question is why hasn't that money been spent ray. I'm gonna come back to you. Because you're you're i can. I can tell you out that the cares act that we got under a trump administration for the city of chicago is almost nine hundred and eighty million dollars. Wow just shy of That money was to use for p. p. e. to help us avoid. The economic attack was watching over that grants. Who's watching over it and it'd be used towards is like homeless. Prevention violence reduction in all kinds of other things in very little effort has been plagued by many administration throughout this country to try and help local businesses survive. My personal view is take some of that money and want restaurants to be close. Pay that to be close to the cares that they don't have to worry about their bills in its employees. Santa disciples industry that we want closed. I went up. I wanna come back. I want to get reaction of from a fill as to how widespread that is and and what the restaurant tours are doing with Three hundred million dollars sitting in a pot waiting to be divvied up and also i want to get reaction from day falls out in california as well. Everybody's trying to survive in this thing. Nobody seems to know exactly what's going on and when we come back we're gonna talk. How restaurant tours are trying to fight back including we'll hear more about day. Foles each trying to be governor. Newsom away from his doors back shortly. 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We're going to let our guest take a moment to introduce themselves to you more fully and let's start with phil vitelle of the chicago tribune film there though is how i am the chicago. Tribune's restaurant have been so four thirty years and once upon a time No one knew what you look like when you walked into a restaurant but you change that figures back. What caused the change and Any reaction from restaurants when you did that Two years ago. I removed by my my so-called baskin's decided alright let people see my face. The reasoning was after all these years. A lot of restaurants particularly the ones that are especially dialed in wants to have good. Pr companies working for the At more or less. Figured out what. I was like what i looked like in the could spot me and there were some restaurants that could never do that and i realized i had inadvertently contributed to an unfair system where they restaurants that could not make a mistake of giving me bad service because it was me and restaurants who could make that mistake and i said i thought the only way to level the playing field was to let people know what i look like. Now good now. If it doesn't work out like phil like until. I can tell you that if i were to call over to central casting and ask them to send me a restaurant critic. I think i'd send someone who looks like you. Let's go to certainly well fed. Well i guess that's one of the occupational hazards. Let's go to raymond lopez. Ray explain everybody to alden who you are good he lose to you and all your viewers once again. I'm in raymond. Lopez emerged chicago. City council a represent how communities on the south west side of the city. Gramling american tino on home to many the essential workers impacted by covid as well as a lot of people who are entrepreneurs and small business owners in their own right locally and covert is one of the you were one of the major ward's in chicago hit by cove as well in addition to the restaurant issues. We're talking about this evening. And we have posited double digit positivity rates almost every one of the communities we've been fighting with the administration to ensure that we could get testing and get access to healthcare for the individuals who need it most our city. Do you believe the administration in chicago is deliberately doing anything bad to the people in your ward because you are their leader. I don't think it's because i think it's because of me despite some of my colorful epitaphs with the mayor. They'll national news. Your i think it's your own blissful ignorance to the world out to outside of her cocoon that she doesn't realize that there are working people who still have to go out day in day out that are impacted by the by the virus. dave foles. Let's go to you for a brief introduction. A bruce thanks for having me again today My name's dave folds. I'm colin or of five restaurants in southern california. La in ventura county It's family restaurants with a sports theme. We show all the games and serve burgers sandwiches and any restaurant employs about five of them about thirty thirty five people so so we have a lot of people we employ and We had an order recently to to lockdown outdoor dining in restaurants limiting us to take out in pickup only and delivery and I'm in defiance and one of my stores and getting an incredible amount of support and some some haters out there. But that's okay. But i'm standing up for something which i believe in standing up for my employees and and it and it's it's been rough but it's I wouldn't change a thing on and and it's it's a good thing i'm doing. I wish other people would join us because because my staff is counting on me my staff needs these jobs and and and if i don't stay open the restaurants gonna fail and i'm not going to be a statistic. I'm just keep going to keep pushing. How large is your staff dave. Pardon me a large is your staff We have about. I say about one hundred fifty people working in the vibe restaurants and And of course they range from guys in the kitchen to the servers all of our managers general managers. We have You know just all the compositions And were trying to grow and develop so we have borne managers and and these are people and by the way people in the restaurant industry first of all the servers many of them are single mothers and and they need this income more than anybody believe me. We have to take care of these single mothers. And i have a lot of single mothers working for us and the guys in the kitchen the they need to pay the rent. And it's just it's were the last people you wanna hurt. And were so important in in. And i'm just so surprised. I'm shocked in our government in our state government that be would allow us in discriminate against us and think that we're not important especially in. I'm talking about outdoor dining. That's all we're asking for took that away from us you can go to the home depot in you could mess around with a leaf blower and purchase one though and you can go to the furniture store you can go to the jewelry store but you can't go outdoor dining in a restaurant in southern california right now and what is just ridiculous. What is What is the governor or the law enforcement agencies within your jurisdictions what have they done to Do wrap your knuckles. I mean they clearly don't like what you're doing. They probably don't like that. You're doing this interview and sharing your story around the country as you've done most of the week on fox news Are they coming down on you in any way. Well first of all the police departments made it very clear. The sheriff's that they're not going to get involved with this at all they are not going to be enforcing any people staying past curfew. Which we have here is ten o'clock or or or arresting restaurant tours or anything like that or helping in that process. Which is great. And i have to also tell you the health department. These are good people in most of the people who come up to me who wanna sight me say Listen i understand where you're coming from. But i have a job to do so you actually build a relationship because they come in every day the health department from los angeles and they find me five hundred dollars a day every day at different times so one of my partners and i usually have to be there and and everything else is great. The the The distance within tables the cleanliness of the restaurant all those other things. That are so important masks. And things like that but Amount supposed to be open. I asked the One of the inspector today said how many other people are doing this in los angeles and he said i'm the lone ranger and i just believe that and i know her factors other people doing it but they're just under the radar and in in its But this is a actually really proud to make this stand right now. I was so scared at first. And i'm still scared. I don't wanna lose my restaurant but But you know other people and other americans have done such other more dangerous things that they fought for liberty when they've been in foxholes with bullets flying over their head. That is real stress. That is real worry. I'm standing up for something that is worth losing so I i'm just proud to be doing this. And so my partners fill the In in illinois Many or several restaurant tours downstate outside chicago. They pop up on the news of defying The the goals and the dictates of governor pritzker democratic governor but Do you do hear other stories or or pockets where people are going to stand up and is there any well known restaurant tour in chicago that would follow a day folds lead in. Say i'm gonna fight back against this. There are quite a few restaurants that are seeing people indoors. In defiance of the rules there are very few restaurants and to my knowledge. None in chicago. That are taking a stand and going public with that. What they're doing as dave suggestions with some of the restaurants in his area they're just gonna keep it on the down low and letting people in hoping they don't get caught We had It the it the headlines and the tv news a week or so ago when a hotel in the northern suburbs was caught hosting a Allowing a a wedding ran. The wedding was more than one hundred people and there were video showing no masks and close together and all that and the what happened is they got. They got a stern talking to. They weren't even find and Nothing i want to see them find but it also lets everybody else know the first time we get caught. You're probably gonna. You'll probably be okay and then make it worse right. Is there any Move afoot in the city council Alderman lopez about cracking down on restaurants or are your colleagues Who are members of the city council more politically aware that that Standing on the side of the restaurant tours baby the popular position at the moment. All of us want people to be safe. we all. we don't want to destroy our economy in the process. So we've been talking about what we can do to ensure that licensing goes on without penalty that restaurants and are allowed to stay open despite their licensing expiring. So that once were able to reopen again that they won't have to go through more to get to that point My dogs agreed. Okay but what i think is most important is that we want people to be saved. We want to try and create some consistency for businesses to follow so that we don't have to have this underground market or this rebellion justice survi- with all with all these issues within the restaurant industry. How much revenue is the city of chicago state of illinois losing because of the crackdown and the closure of some of these restaurants. Chicago's budget has been impacted about a twenty percent loss. A twenty percent loss are people saying to you. Feel that They may be able to take this for maybe a couple more months. But they're ready to throw in the towel. I need a fifteen second. Answer here. Phil yes i think a lot. I think when when july first rolls around. We're going to see an astonishing number of restaurants saying we tried our best. The i mean hope is that. The u there's that new administration might be able to push through a restaurants act that passed the house but it's stagnant in the senate and that glimmer of hope is is causing people trying to hang on I know the Some congressman trying to get some little bit down payment relief bill going before the end of the year. That might get people. I want a little bit longer. I wanna follow up on that one. We come back. It's a one hundred and twenty billion dollar Effort will continue with our guests. I'm bruce st mark. Thanks for joining us tonight. Back thanks very much for joining us. This evening and We're gonna go back to Fill the tel. I want to get find a little bit more about you. About the the nation you The organization that represents restaurant tours obviously like any association. They've got to be politically. Astute are a restaurant tours. Perhaps upset that the association may be not playing hardball. Like they should talk about the illinois restaurant association if they don't think the owner restaurant association is fighting hard enough. I'm i i. I would have to think they're not paying close enough attention. Okay i speak to. The restaurants has been fighting tooth and nail. The on the national level. National restaurant association has been as been allowed advocate. They may not have the results they want yet. But they're doing their best. I think the complicating thing is unlike the airline industry which is already got set aside genre on a number of the banking industry the illinois. The restaurant industry is a series of small businesses and run large business and as a result i think they don't have as large voice in congress they don't have is larger voice even in local government. And they don't get the same cut of the pie when when when aid is being distributed. I'm surprised by that. Because obviously politicians probably gonna power lunches or dinners all the time and i would think that just being around and being you know like depal titians for a while. They have a lot of friends in the in the restaurant business more so than dry cleaners or automobile repairs so i i'm surprised that that That pressure has not worked yet. Although you mentioned earlier in the broadcast that there is a bill that's passed the house. It's in the senate. Now it's a one hundred and twenty billion dollar. It's called the restaurant act. I guess that's pretty simple and can you give me give everyone a little more information about that as you say. It's it may likely to pass. It's got forty sponsors so This would seem to be something that is going to pass unless it's trapped in the politics of the house that they don't wanna give anybody any money until You know the big covid relief package has been passed your reaction. Yeah it's it's it's it's it has not come up for a vote at all as made it to the senate floor so There's there there are a number of people that did not want to be. Perhaps seen is voting against franche just prior to the election though. The bill was just kind of bottled up. Because nobody you know we defeated are our passage able to sit out. Want their votes on the record. the restaurants actors as the name suggests more specifically geared toward restaurants. We had the ppp. P p about payroll up a paycheck protection program did not work very well for restaurants for some reason when they were because it was it was it was it was money you can spend on your employees you to to keep it from becoming alone. You had to pay back. You had a bring employees back fulltime in in in order to turn them make that one convertible into a grant and in chicago. That was impossible because the restaurants were allowed to be open. Bring the many were chirag so you can do it for a while. Then you have to let them go again and now the bill comes due now. The ppp has just been alone and fell. If by may jump been there was also another problem to also based on your tenure payroll. taxes in many. Aren't waiters In bartenders smell in a restaurant car. Your income is also based on creativity on tastes which may or may not necessarily claimed income tax on her pay taxes on so it wasn't reflective of the true amount needed for those employees either is. This is a side issue. But i'm wondering and i'm going to go back to you dave for this since we've heard that You know not only the waiters but the people who work in the kitchen Many of them the public generally knows. They're not. They're not well paid or they're not. They're not paid a minimum wage in many many areas The public may be Wanting those restaurant workers to be paid more. And i'm wondering if that From a political standpoint whether that creates a problem For you personally running your your businesses That some of the employees may be underpaid. And maybe there's a political constituency out there that wants to see them to get a bigger piece of any bailout pie. I hate to use the term bailout but at least government support that you might get. How do you react to that well. We're unique place. I mean first of all in california. The minimum wage is going to be fourteen dollars in january and And and everything is relative. You can't get a good A good kitchen person unless you pay the more than that unless it's an entry level bus and so what we're paying our our our staff you know in the area of eighteen to twenty dollars an hour for a good good cook the good they do twice as much as somebody else right on top of that they do get a indirectly tip from the from the servers. Also we have a really good team. We split our tips and and they get a percentage of it so in our situation at works really well and our in our in our kitchen staff seems to be really happy and they've stayed with us for many many years so and that's a reflection of that but But but that the with the ppp was at. I'm glad you mentioned that when we were closed. Initially we knew that we were going to get some kind of help. If you shut us down give us help. Same with eminent domain. If you're gonna put a way through my backyard pay me okay. I understand that but but right now there is no help in sight. And you're right. The ppp did not work well for restaurants. You can't would you bring your people back. You're going to have five servers to answer the phone to go orders and it just didn't work out that well but there's nothing that is. They're not telling us that they're going to help us out. So we have to survive and take care of ourselves but but you're absolutely right oftentimes in restaurants In different parts of the country. Maybe the kitchen staff is is holiday. Dave how high or. How much improvement has there been in your takeout orders given all. That's going on with you. Obviously you're forced to do more. Take out. I'm sure you probably did some takeout prior to it is there have been a big bump that slice of your business. Well with tell you would you take out. Some of the people were hater sales. Just just do more takeout. People don't understand first of all we serve sandwiches and burgers and you know Sports properties and our takeout with always really student breakfast and everything also that are takeout was probably normal times three percent. I tend to get ten seconds left. Okay brenner went now at about twenty percents. You throw in the fees. That uber eats and gas charges. You you're not making much money take and and it's just as point. 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The senate approving extended federal funding until december twenty first to avoid a government shutdown. the measure. Now heads to president trump signed into law this would give lawmakers more time to pass the covid nineteen relief package. Fox's jared halpern is in washington with more top. Congressional leaders say they have reached an agreement corona virus relief measure that has taken months to negotiate at perfect has always been. You're listening to the hot non news feed radio network lie at hartland. Newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by us follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. This is a fox news alert. I'm mary core city new tonight. The senate approving extended federal funding until december twenty first to avoid a government shutdown. the measure. Now heads to president trump signed into law this would give lawmakers more time to pass the covid nineteen relief package. Fox's jared halpern is in washington with more top. 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It's been able to keep students on campus things to a testing program. But that doesn't mean there haven't been some lessons. Learned along the way. This past week's on other anniversary of president kennedy's assassination will look back on an incident involving the president in springfield a year. Earlier eric. two young men. They were in a second story floor of a building. Somewhere downtown as the motorcade passed by that building and illinois department of public safety employees saw a rifle scopes sticking out the window and we remember the lead singer. Songwriter steve goodman. Chicago's very our those stories. And more this hour on statewide welcome to statewide. I'm shawn crawford coming up. The university of illinois has relied on a mass testing program. This semester we'll find out some of the lessons learned. We'll also hear from western illinois university's new president about the challenges facing his school and we'll learn about incidents in springfield involving a president and a gun that and more this hour on statewide or there's a lot of concern about students being out of the classroom. Many education leaders say young students like preschoolers are missing out during remote learning. And it's not been easy on parents either adriana cardona mckay's a reporter with wbz in chicago and tells us what it's been like helping her bouncy for your old as he learns at home. I've never been the most creative parent when it comes to helping my two kids with homework. But i proudly hang their drawings on the refrigerator. The best ones later. Go to the memory box with my older child. I relied heavily on school to teach her how to write her name. Count and sing the alphabet but now with my four year old the pandemic and remote learning has forced me to become that creative parent. I never was may see. Juno gomo jumps to know dylan. Oh my god wants to though. Blue and red in nashville. Spanish is my first language. And i want to be bilingual. Yes he started. Preschool this fall at interamerican magnet school dual language school on the north side. After we got past our early struggled with technology with that things would be smarter. Wasn't that into it. He got easily distracted by his toys. The sound of the garbage truck passing by our cuts. And he's ready to change when. I asked him to pay attention. And mita all preschoolers preschoolers. Since appears he's supposed to do at least sixty minutes of instruction that are two optional classes including spanish conversation and p. I made juno participate in everything that i regardless of how much we bought struggled. He's been learning the letters of the alphabet drawing things that start with that letter when he learned about the letter a i tried to make it relatable to his favorite toy. The automobile the outdoor movie. But it hasn't been easy. My husband and i are busy working from home and my daughter is in college learning remotely. The more we push genita- focus the less. He wants to participate. I can't imagine what it's like for other parents with kids in older grades my colleague suzanne six year old is a first grader at only elementary on the north side we chatted the other day about the highest speculation so promote learning on young kids in us parents. She says it's sometimes hard to see other kids in her son's class. Doing exactly what the teachers ask. My head does not even get up enough. Because he's like i'm. I haven't toys here. That i'm couldn't play with and i'm just gonna since it went the teachers it totally. That's judo is saying. That ring has your you know the my case teachers notice how this engaged. He was an recommended. Pull him out of the optional classes so that he would have a better attitude in the main class where he learns the most. I was worried. I really wanted him to be in the spanish conversation class. Like some other kids be more engaged. So the teachers for tips sas giving you. This is a preschool teacher. Bilman creggan elementary in the northwest side. We have to let the parents know you know you never come here. you know. Every kid has has their own unique way their their own way of learning their own way of should expressing themselves. I knew that. But i didn't quite put it into practice when i saw the juno wasn't as involved as other kids in his class there was other advice. Maybe a weekly prize for him. Give them a goal. Okay so if you do your work you know if you buy your name correctly by yourself you know today. I'm going to give you a sticker. Socio uses that strategy. But like we've broken it down to like goals alike you know. Can you get ready by yourself in the morning. Can you pay attention for most of this hour. If you can you get a sticker. She got this tape from our teacher last year. And it seems to work for her. I'll tap the sticker. Turn like you know. I won't say any just tapped the sticker charlie. Souza gives her son as mold prize at the end of the week. Depending on how many tickets he has collected it could be a plush. Because she'll a slime kid benitez the teacher. Also stressed with the parents need to be overly excited make learning fun and most important. Be patient steadily. You know while you're doing it wrong. You know what curious. This is how you do it. You know a lot of kids. Don't know how to hold a korean kids. Don't know how to hold a pencil. show that show them okay. Show this is how you hold the pencil so went to the dollar store. Get a dry erase board markers lots of and some prices hot wheels slime a few lollipops. I told june about the speaker system that reward at the end and things improved all on aug undercover being. Feel oh oh. I also showed a lot more excitement and less frustration. When he didn't want to drought participate. Yes gun. things get allowed better from their own. But it's still hard. It's hard to second job teaching which has helped me understand even more important role. Teachers play two months. June has learned so much his more willing to speak in spanish he confidently counts in both languages and sing songs. Still unsure about in person learning during a pandemic i can tell juno wants to interact with his classmates off the screen but for now trying to make it work hoping he won't be too far behind when the pandemic is over atlantica mcgee. Wbz news the university of illinois at urbana campus initially predicted that. It's mass testing program. And other mitigation efforts would keep the total number of covid nineteen cases on its campus to under five hundred this semester but the actual number of cases rose much higher to more than thirty eight hundred with the vast majority occurring among the thirty five thousand students. Living in champaign urbana to understand what lessons have been learned throughout the process of reopening. The campus during the pandemic christine. Herman spoke with u. of i. Epidemiologist becky smith. Holiday students are most likely to have a symptomatic or what we call posse symptomatic cases which means they have very minor symptoms. If any so we know that the majority of our cases if we had only tested the symptomatic we would not have found them now. That means that we found a lot more cases than most people do so it looks like we have a lot more infection going on because we found so many cases that said we found more cases than we wanted to in part because there were more cases than we would have liked. And we've learned a lot in the process so let's pick that apart. What have been the biggest lessons. And what are the things that maybe would have done differently with hindsight that you have now that might change the way things go moving forward into twenty twenty one so i think the biggest lesson is that technology cannot save us from a pandemic we have to have culture working with the technology being that university of illinois is a very tech heavy campus. We went all in on the technology. And then we're picking up the culture pieces as we go and really. It would be better to work them together and moving forward. That's what we're doing that we're working in concert with social scientists and with the communication experts to try to build everything together. So when you say technology you're referring to the testing piece but also the use of the app for exposure notifications and the culture piece. Can you tell me what you mean by that. So the culture is the people following the guidelines. It's compliance. We talk about. I don't like the word compliance because it sounds like we're putting down rules in everybody needs to comply which really what we want to do is give guidelines that help people keep themselves safe. We want to empower people. Give them what they need to keep themselves safe. Unfortunately there's a culture in some groups on our campus and not just students but some groups on our campus have the belief that this is not a risk for them and so they are choosing not to follow our recommendations or guidelines. because they don't see the point Some of the countries that have done the best at controlling this virus have been countries in which rather than the individualistic mindset. That americans have their countries in which care for the community takes priority. So how do you bake that into. A strategy for cove mitigation. This is a major question that we are thinking about an. I mean you've possibly heard the quote from dr fauci. He said. I don't know how to tell you that you have to care for other people so that this is something that everybody at all levels of pandemic control know that in order to control the pandemic we have to care for other people and we have to make those choices. I don't know how to make that happen but then again on the hard inside. I'm not a social scientist. So that's why we're bringing in the social scientists in the communications experts to understand before we can actually change people's minds and attitudes about how to keep everybody safe. We have to understand why they're making the choices that they are that we've got a team that's actually working on talking to spend doing surveys doing interviews and focus groups just to try to understand. Why do people make the choices that they do. That you of i. Epidemiologists becky smith. She spoke with christine. Herman western illinois. University's new president says the school has a good ten year strategic plan in place and he thinks he can provide the leadership to see that plan through and help western improve retrigger reports. One issue. The plan addresses says enrollment western currently has about seventy five hundred students. Dr we you huang says. The strategic plan calls for it to rise to ten thousand by twenty twenty seven huang believes western can hit that mark if it's aggressive in recruitment and retention now has a enrollment goals depends upon many factors in resources human resources financial resources program availability and also Even rolling partly The demographic shift we have seen throughout many of the country Fewer students are graduating from a high school. Therefore for your college gore's In currently and the future with means we need to have a more aggressively. Recruited students not only getting off the neighboring states. I even with a smaller high school. Graduating classes What do you do to convince those students. That westerners a place they should come to. Your western does have Again i you know very a good program So now many of them are traditional liberal arts programs but are now we have these. russia has A number of professional pool rooms so both on the main campus mccomb and the quad cities. campus. I those programs be trump on one hand on the other hand The university has a tremendous opportunity to Increased incidence tinted improve around this distinction in the quality of existing programs out. So that's working. I want to look at in the green romance another very positive. I would like to look at it is student retention western doing the job retention students. But we can't even do better by focusing upon removing the barriers to assume that retention Of course themselves have the responsibility to themselves to come to western here but what her undergraduate in for yet so luckily can do Who grew iran one lou challenges facing the campus is systemic racism on campus. And in the community. How how do you go about addressing that topic. And if anyone listening their students oklahoma's style In my you know many years of professional life. It's a zero tolerance policy. I hold dear So resume as rail Yeah they are. I was a victim who receives. When i was a new student in other states ahead. A karliukova people driving by that street through ed at me All by soda. salting things. Right off experienced Racism times It's not be tolerated This issue the major priority on my list. I mean i don cabinet in a couple of months Do you feel. You've been subjected to racism. maybe even more subtle forms In the time since the encounter you mentioned earlier. Oh yeah yeah now a agent. There are all kinds of hot though for a different groups. Including right you name the thing. Ripe way ole russia. Racism is india. Deal with because it's all over. The soccer is is a is harder to discern and that's where the bethel she thought she should knock look at Vigilant from other racial ethnic groups and the judge them because of the color of their skin that texts of their hair or the the dress that we the language. Dr we you want is the new president of western illinois university. He'll take the reins in january. Rich agar reporting just ahead on statewide. We recall a singer songwriter and baseball fan while he's no longer with us assistance whereas the team to make major league base- wade played their zeal. Even know fans weren't in the ballpark's at wrigley field in chicago while there were no fans what has become a team. Anthem was still played following. Victories member station. Wbz produces a podcast colt curious city where listeners ask questions and reporters seek out answers. And this week on. Statewide will listen back to an episode. That featured reporter jesse dukes along with alexandra someone and it focuses on that song and the song writer both of which are pure chicago. Okay alex i'd like to start us off with some sound go cubs go jesse here it so you do You can pause it pause it. Do you recognize the sound. That is the song they sing it cubs games and i believe you have to win. But i'm not a hundred percent sure on that. Yep you're absolutely right. It's go cubs go. And they play over the public address system at wrigley field if the cubs win a home game. But there's actually a little bit of a dilemma. It was actually spotted by our question. Asker it came from nick brunner and he noticed something in the third verse of the song which many people don't even know but it goes mocked. Catch alex did you catch the problem. I know that. Wgn doesn't broadcast the baseball games anymore. Exactly the problematic line is you can catch it all on wgn which is not true anymore and in fact the cubs haven't been on wgn radio for a few years now but wgn tv has been there broadcasts home for decades and that is no longer true as of this year because the cubs are launching their own network marquee sports network. And you know the cubs. Probably don't want to promote a rival broadcaster in their own stadium. So nick our question asker wanted to know what are the cubs gonna do about that too so you could get a superfan maybe to write another song or rewrite the song but you could not get the original songwriter to rewrite it. Who is Steve goodman so here's his story. Steve goodman was born in nineteen forty eight group on the north side of chicago. And his biographer clay. Ill says he was a cubs fan from beginning whose dad would take him to wrigley. He would skip school to go. See the cubs. And you've got to understand. This was a time when the cubs were not drawing. They never won. This was peak lovable. Losers cubs in fact. I just looked this up. He was born in nineteen forty eight. The cubs did not have a winning season until one thousand nine hundred sixty three so until he was fifteen years old. He never saw them have a winning season. Steve started getting into music when he was pretty young. He sang in the choir at temple. He was a boy soprano. He played guitar and kind of highschool. Full been you never in highschool never saw him without a guitar went off to college but didn't last very long because he didn't like to go to class you would rather play his guitar and right around this time. He's twenty years old. he not feeling very well. He goes to the hospital and he is diagnosed at age. Twenty with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Very scary diagnosis. The prognosis for people. Who got diagnosed back then was maybe six months. There wasn't really an effective treatment but they were just starting to develop these new cancer treatments and he signed up for an experimental treatment and after several months that the cancer actually goes into a remission in the summer of nineteen sixty nine. And that's really when he decides he's done with college and he's just going to focus on being a full-time folk musician. We all get these little signals in our lives. It's sort of like being at a light in the light turns red or it turns green. You know steph. Wait for the light. Sometimes pretty quickly. He could make a living just playing songs singing songs in a handful of bars around chicago. There were all these clubs And they were really just kind of like bars like places where you know. Maybe get fifty sixty seventy chairs. There is the url of old town. Which kind of became his own. Our own steve. Good some performers which. Just get up and sing their songs. Steve would do that. He was virtual guitar player but he also was a storyteller. After i walked to the bottom of the grand canyon in nineteen seventy five. Just got back. He talked about the cubs a lot. And how terribly they were doing. That was kind of theme because they haven't wondering my lifetime young just charmed everybody okay so by the early nineteen eighties. Steve is making his living as a folk singer as a musician and he's pretty successful and he's lived. You know ten years longer than the original doctors would have predicted. He's in his early thirties but he still has two goals. There are still things that are being him and one is that he's never had a hit song on the charts where he's the performer. And the singer other people have recorded songs he wrote and had hits You know maybe most notably arlo guthrie. The sun forty got three at a number four easy listening hit with the city of new orleans on the country singer. David allan cove had a country hit with you never even called me by my name. Call made it kind of makes fun of country but it made it onto the country music charts friend name. Steve goodman wrote that saw he told me it was the perfect country western but he was never the singer on those hits up to that point and you know it's clear that he may have been a little frustrated about that. Why didn't he have hit. Well there are a lot of possible reasons. But his biographer klay heels has a theory back in one thousand nine hundred seventy s. He was discovered by the country singer. Chris christopherson goodman was being handed. The brass ring you know. Would you like to come to new york to start a a a recording contract. Most anybody in that circumstance would say. Gee yes thank you. Thank you but the first thing out of goodman's mouth was if you think i'm good. You got here my friend. John prime he had this instinct towards generosity. And i'm not sure that always worked in his favor. That kind of generosity is more of a great life lesson but it doesn't necessarily translate into becoming household word know is a guy maybe he was just too nice to have a hit so that was goal number one and moving onto number two remember. Steve loved baseball. Have been trying to write a song about baseball for four years. And i get about three quarters of the way through it and then i walked somebody and take myself out you know. I never get to finished the damn thing baseball metaphor. it's basically means. Failure is true. I i get about three quarters away through it and then then i'm struggling. You know it's a hot afternoon. And i'm looking at the bench and the manager comes out to. He's been trying to write a baseball song for years. And finally in nineteen eighty-one he wakes up in the middle of the night. This vision this dream and from that comes a song called dying cub bands last request by the shores of old lady michigan. What you're seeing is video of steve. Playing the song live an old cub fan lei die. He's up on a rooftop guitar. He's got a bright blue cubs head on and you can see wrigley field in the background. You can even see the infield grass nice green. They knew his time was short. It's about this lifelong cubs fan. Who is dying. I'll never see wrigley field anymore before my eternal rest. And he's telling his friends and family how he wants to give me a doubleheader funeral in wrigley field on some sunny weekend day and the song also really makes fun of the cubs losing all the time. But what do you expect when you raise up a young boys hope and then just crush them mike. So many paper veer cups year after year after year after year after year after year after year after year until those hopes that are just so much popcorn for pigeons beneath the el tracks to eat. He said you know. I'll never see wrigley field. That's intense actually. What's intense about it. Now that i know about his diagnosis it feels like it's autobiographical. And that he's talking about his death yet it does. It sounds that way but you know when he wrote the song he was in remission he had been more or less cancer free for twelve years but between the time he wrote the song in this video was shot. The cancer had returned. And i think you can actually see it in the video. you know. even though he's smiling and he looks happy. It looks like he's lost some weight and he probably knows at this point that the leukemia's back and it's it's pretty serious your brings a so. That was steve. I baseball song and pretty quickly becomes a crowd pleaser at his shows kind of a local favourite in chicago in fact the local. Tv station wants to film him. Performing it at wrigley field but the cubs wouldn't allow it They said no. And the reason was. The song pokes fun at their propensity to lose and they didn't like that. This was a time when they were trying to rebuild a team and they were focusing on winning and they just didn't want that lovable losers crap in their stadium. So this is where dan fabian. Okay comes into the story talking into the receiver dan. Fabian was a radio producer at wgn radio and one time while he was at work. He saw steve goodman on the radio. You know like doing an interview or performance and mandal. Lightbulb went on fabian. Had been looking for some bumper music for the wgn cubs broadcasts like stuff to play in between the innings and so he steadman there and he had this idea. What steve goodman writes. A song i literally ran to the studio dribbled the little note when flipped it to him during a commercial. Hey do you want to write another song. I like dying cubs fans last requests. Would you like to read a happy cup song. That was on a tuesday eighteen beck thursday with a guitar with the bones of the song and the following monday night tuesday morning we had a party little studio just south of wrigley goodman just like round up a bunch of his folks singing friends i think a couple of cubs are actually part of it too and they just knocked the. They knocked the song out in. What was your involvement with the recording. Where you were you producing. I'll have you know high squeaky voice in the background. Oh you saying. I told you it was a party. Recorded and three weeks later and the cubs liked it and this year the cubs this nineteen eighty-four. They're actually doing really really well that year. And they say you know what if we make it to. The playoffs steve goodman can come and sing the star spangled banner. He's not gonna sing the dining cubs fan song. But let's keep goodman. Come in saying you know to kick off the game because we we love this song and the cubs actually do make it to the playoffs for the first time since. Nineteen forty-five but steve goodman is of leukemia. Four days before that. But that's actually not the end of the story so you remember. I told you wanted to write a great baseball song and you know arguably he wrote to do you remember. His other. Big goal wanted to have a song that he wrote himself he performed. That would be a hit exactly. That song go cubs go was used by. Wgn for a few years but then it kinda got forgotten you were talking about the cubs playing it at the end of every game. That's relatively recent tradition. That started in two thousand seven which was also a big year for the cubs somebody at the cubs organization said. Hey remember that. Old song from the eighties. Steve goodman all that. Why don't we dust that often play it after a home game win and we'll see if people sing along and they dance they sing along. It caught on became this big tradition at wrigley field also caught on in the bars. You know they would. People would sing along and then in twenty sixteen years. This is going to be a top house cups. Go gone a lot of attention. Full marina a couple of become sang. The song and saturday night live the cast of hamilton in chicago. Saying it and you know hundreds of thousands of people we're seeing in grant park at the victory parade there. Something like two million streams on spotify and it went up on the billboard charts. Wow and that's like what. Thirty years later he finally gets a hit that he sang. Steve goodman fans would say it's kind of ironic because go cubs go is not what they would consider to be one of his best songs but clay eels and other say goodman would have appreciated the situation and yeah. It's sad that he didn't live to see it. But if you think about it it's also kind of the perfect story for this song because you know. Most of steve's life the notion that the cubs are gonna win baseball. Season's here again you know. It's time to start a whole new day. All of these lines are about him. In spite of all the available evidence and i think that resonates deeply with chicago cubs fans. And i think that sorry. I'm getting emotional. I think it's also even though it's a pretty simple song. It is also kind of essence of steve goodman to And i think you know in that clip. I played for you. And you see all those people singing the song you know full-throatedly and they've got signs that say. This is grandpa. steve tapped into that. Yeah no i think you're right. I mean i think there is that dream that somehow they'll succeed someday and people not giving up on that dream. I do think it's real and i think it's kind of like the spirit of the city a little bit chicago. Were not new york. But we're going to matter to. I do think it's a part of the spirit of the city itself that's captured in that idea. So maybe you know you could see why it might be a little bit difficult for the cubs to think about rewriting or reforming the song. Okay i see why now. It's not such a simple thing. So what are they doing well. They have said they're going to continue that tradition. But according to klay heels. Steve goodman's biographer. Doesn't actually matter what the cup stu. The song is going to survive any ownership changed any radio change because the fans will be singing. The song no matter what mean go cubs go. I think it's forever. Thanks to reporters jesse dukes and alexandra solomon. Wbz this episode for their furious city. Podcast was produced by stephen jackson. Sustained y dom de with us. We'll hear sit estate. Audie president lee and streaming video graham year. But there's still more to come but first misinformation about covid nineteen as sometimes spread faster than the disease itself chase. Cavanaugh looked at some of the reasons. Why in this report when it emerged earlier this year the world had limited knowledge of the coronavirus and it's full effects doctors and researchers work to better understand that z's but countless rumors also circulated peter adams with the news literacy project explains like self tests. You know if you can hold your breath for ten seconds. You don't have it in. That's entirely false or you know if you gargle with water you can wash the virus out of your throat on. That's false so so. Those kinds of false claims circulated quite a bit. These small-claims can escalate too much larger concerns when somebody gets sick including they seek treatment. That's what dr brian postition. Hospital is medical director. Dumber hospital is seeing people who are waiting and delaying routine care or even urgent care are presenting with more to problems that perhaps may have normally been the case pre covid expert information on covid. Nineteen may appear sporadic and contradictory. This says palestinian is a factor of time. But basically you've got months to years together ada on you know with covid you've kind of been operating on a much much smaller timeframe to to determine what's best what works for patients what may not be as effective confusion can also come from a misunderstanding of how scientific research is done. Nicola do is a professor at northern illinois university whose work includes training future science teachers. She says issues can arise when people were presented with news reports of studies that contradict each other when there's new findings that is often picked up because it's exciting but in the scientific community you would find that if there's one finding that's quite unusual the rest of the scientific community would be pretty skeptical of that. Finding we'll do emphasizes that science is an iterative process skepticism. In this case prompt further study they might change a particular variable. And they might find. You know that finding while it was true when we put it in this new context we find out more information that contextualized that i finding but even with a proper understanding of research. There's still the matter of people trusting the information that they find adams with the news literacy project says over the past decade people had been consuming a greater proportion of opinion content that has caused people to just echo the talking points that they're hearing all day every day and people are really failing to distinguish between opinion journalism. Straight news reporting. That's not to say opinion. Journalism doesn't have a role people who know subjects very well who engage in honest debate who take positions that are well reasoned fossil that plays a role in the national conversation. But we still need a shared set of facts about which to have a debate. Liu says the should also be taken into account when judging suggested courses of action regarding covid nineteen there are a lot of economic consequences and personal consequences to following the guidelines presented by scientists and when we group those things together that makes it point to the scientists as their the problem. They're not the problem. The data the data. What we choose to do with that data is a different question. Ultimately a large part of combating disinformation comes down to distinguishing opinion versus fact liu says they can depend on the nature of the research behind a report. I look at who has done a study. is that study funded by a company profiting off of results. I look at did that. Finding have a control group or comparison group did they very variable and how information is presented. Suss where the information doesn't actually ask you to trusted. it shows. It shows you why you should stingy at northwestern. Medicine says patient knowledge is improving now. Fortunately sometimes people just don't know how they were exposed or when they gave the from links varying spectrums from very little knowledge of anything about covid nineteen to kind of people who really do job reading on it and the hope is that greater scientific and media literacy can help fight the flow of misinformation. I'm chase cavenaugh. This past week marked the fifty seventh anniversary of one of those tragic events and us history. The assassination of president john f kennedy. It happened in dallas texas in nineteen sixty. Three you know is an incident here in illinois in springfield just a year earlier. The president writing an open vehicle when a rifle was pointed out of a building above crystal. Thomas is a former reporter with the state journal register in two thousand eighteen. She wrote an article about that incident and we talked with her then and today on statewide. We revisit that conversation crystal. Thanks for being with us. Let's start by explaining kennedy's visit to springfield. What was his agenda here. Let's say kennedy was visiting springfield as part of a stop during a campaign tour The midterms were in a month and he was in springfield to stump for democratic candidates Namely representative sidney He was here to give a rousing speech to a crowd of thousands of people in springfield urging them to vote for his candidates so he comes to springfield in a motorcade in sues. once he leaves The plane at the airport. How did this come to your attention. How did you find out that there was something that occurred during that motorcade. Well so on. The fifty fifth anniversary of president john f kennedy's actual assassination. The washington post ran an article by professor stephen. Not this professor. Actually got these declassified documents from the john f kennedy library in boston that explain this incident. He was the one who found That this incident actually happened. We didn't know about it for so many years because it was sitting in that document that was still classified until two years ago and your newspaper at the time. Just had a brief blurb that something had occurred. Well i wouldn't even call it a blurb because Two lines on page seven. It was part of. It wasn't even part of the main story. it was Part of a story called kennedy sidelights. That was explaining kind of the police presence. It took to protect a president kennedy and to secure the motorcade and two lines Didn't talk about how There was a rifle pointing at president. Kennedy at one point in the motorcade at all it said was that two youths were arrested and that they were held for secret service. There is no follow up and no explanation for why they were arrested. So talk about the rifle itself in somebody of course witness this. Do we know who saw it. And what did they say what. What did they describe seeing and And of course what the investigation up ali we know about this incident. So far is what was found. In that biweekly report. That was declassified. At two years ago the report is about Is about twenty pages. But the brief about the motorcade is about paragraph and what it says is that there were two young men they Were in a second story floor of a building somewhere. Downtown and as the motorcade passed by that building once it left in illinois department of public safety employees saw a rifle scope sticking out the window and from there on Local police went and got the to use arrested them and brought them to secret service. They were questioned by secret service. They've admitted that they did. Stick the rifle out the window at the presidential motorcade but their explanation for doing so was that they wanted to see if they can see the president through the scope of the rifle so that when he came back through the motorcade thirty minutes later they could see him better. They weren't prosecuted. They were however Their- rifle and the ammunition was seized. There was never any follow up that we could tell. No information was given by the police or the secret service to the local media not to the local media. And it's it's pretty curious because i couldn't find anything in any of the illinois state journals pages Following the incident. There's nothing about it according to the declassification archivist at the j. f. k. Library in any of the documents. She's looked at There also isn't a trace of it in springfield lore. Which is what i kind of find the most interesting part because there were locals. Who were involved in that arrest. There were police. There sheriff's deputies things like that maybe people who are on that motorcade route that saw something and yet somehow this. This incident didn't trickle down to you. Some kind of rumors or some kind of an Farfetched story that people tell their grandkids. We're talking with crystal thomas a reporter for springfield state journal register and we're talking about. Gfd's nineteen sixty two visit to springfield some new information. That's come out regarding an incident during the motorcade in which a rifle was apparently pointed at the president when we mentioned Two youths sixteen and twenty years old or taken into custody eventually not charged with this. You were able to track down at least one of these people. Yes he actually still lives in the area He was sixteen at the time but now obviously he's much older. I paid a visit to his house on saturday. Because i couldn't track down a number for him and i knocked on his door He opened his door his Small dog came out and we chatted for a bit. I there's no way really to Begin the conversation about whether you try to assassinate president fifty six years ago so i mostly just asked a question. Showed him the brief He didn't really want to talk about it. So what you see in the paper is pretty much everything. He told me that you know stories. Right there in the In the brief and He grabbed his meal and then closed the door and you did not identify him because he was never charged with any crime. No he was never charged a secret. Service declined prosecution. We took a look at his local criminal records to see if that cave any kind of indication one way or the other That would talked his motivation about the incident. And it didn't there is nothing. He's pretty clean when it came to his record and so we just decided not to name him although he is named in the brief well. It's interesting to me this incident. Even though we can't prove that there was any intent to harm president kennedy at the time it's sort of foreshadows the events in dallas. Just a little more than a year later apparently though it did nothing to stop the president from writing in an open motorcade or at least that we're aware of that You know whether the secret service started becoming more concern because of this one incident where they were. They realizing that he was much more risk in something like an open. Motorcade just seems interesting to me the the close proximity of this to the actual assassination. Yeah the actual. Assassination was thirteen months after the springfield incident. And there are a lot of similarities. president kennedy in dallas was in an open-top limousine Similar to how he was in springfield You know he was shot from above so there were a lot of similar similarities between the two trips And one thing we can't know at this point was what kind of conversations the secret service had Or president kennedy had after this incident in springfield If there were any conversations you know. They're not in records that we can see or have been declassified. But i will say that one thing to keep in mind is that president kennedy himself didn't enjoy bulletproof class. He wanted to be out in the open. And one of his most infamous quotes. Was you know if i'm paraphrasing right now. But if someone wanted to kill a president they would find a way to do so so Whether they took lessons from this springfield incident or not. There's no way of knowing if that trigger had been pulled in springfield if something had more aggressive had happened in springfield Whether that would have prevented dallas. I still love to hear from people who were in springfield during that incident There are so many more stories to be told. I'm sure that there are witnesses Seeing the two men either being arrested or seeing rifle scope themselves or the illinois department of public safety employees I i think there's still a lot more to learn about this incident. Live interview took place two years ago and not much more has been discovered sense crystal thomas reporter who was then with the state journal register has since moved on but we do have a linked to her story about a rifle being pointed at president kennedy during a visit to springfield in nineteen sixty two. That was just a year before he was shot and killed. You can find that link at our website. Statewide show dot com this past week. 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Those fees make up more than half of the state game commissions revenue. But samantha pedder with the council to advance hunting and shooting sports notes. Participation in hunting has been declining since the nineteen eighties. The lower the number of people participating dealer fund derived is fine contribution to the loss of a hundred on the landscape is detrimental to conservation and pennsylvania has been working with artem assu project of the national wildlife federation to help raise the number of women who hud and fish. This is my clifford and thank you for wrapping up your week with public. Do servicemember listener supported. Heard on great radio stations across the nation and online at public news service dot. Org sunday and welcome to the sports overnight. America nfl rewind. Now live with the call from phoenix. Your host eddie. Good evening good morning. Good afternoon like see people. I absolutely no clue what time it is for you. I just know it is the nfl rewind and sports overnight. America for me. Andy door welcoming people week. Fifteen of the nfl rewind. Yup it's here right now front and center dorfman coming at you and this is the week where we had. The saturday game starts so that was pretty cool to see The green bay packers and the bills showing up like we thought they probably would And that's kinda going to be the theme when you think about things today on the program because ultimately it's about being a contender and let's start getting rid of all those pretenders The ears look. I'm gonna talk about them. Because i'm not sold on them. They may be a pretender even though they got to win and they had to do it behind tom. Brady in the buccaneers coming back cowboys. I like seeing them. Go to win man. The forty niners. Don they're out of the postseason and they were in the super bowl asher. Remember that like my. Oh my how things have changed In a very short time titans. And derek han dude. Running all over people That guy's a man on a mission and we'll see if he can get to two thousand yards that that's kind of question. I have about him when i think about the rest of the. Nfl season colts. Look they held off a feisty. Texans team that wanted to try to pull off an upset in the dolphins this guy to you know something that bill belichick is pretty. Good at usually beaten young quarterbacks Not this time when it comes to and the patriots They're not even going to have a winning record this year. So yeah that's something to think about crazy crazy crazy crazy bears. They'd be the vikings. But who cares about that. That team from washington behind dwayne haskins kinda struggled. But that's to be expected. The ravens deported on. Rans there that team people they are that team they lost to the j e t s jets chats all right. I know i gotta get running. I'm gonna do that. Keep a close everybody amando for hanging out with me. 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Mike golfing emmy spirits up. I'm also happy now. More of the rewind right here on sports overnight america darnold crowder's got a touchdown jess scene. Goes yeah i think The rams might be thinking about seeing at this point because they became team in week. Fifteen of the nfl In the nfl rewind. Right here with me. Dorf on sports overnight. America can't believe him and really can't believe it Sam darnold was relatively efficient. Even though that's the guy that has been said that he seemed goes before. I mean it's crazy. yeah twenty. two of thirty one. On the day one touchdown but more importantly no interceptions. Jared goff man. Oh man this guy is probably going to be the reason why the los angeles rams don't win more so than why they would win two touchdowns one interception Two hundred and nine yards twenty to thirty four again. Look doesn't sound terrible. When you compare it to sam darnold but it is because of the interception. It is because of the loss to the jets. And you know you weren't very productive against a team. That's really not very good so i do think that's cause for concern and the ranch kind of had people fooled a little bit to a certain degree if they would've lost this game we'd be talking about them. Potentially being really difficult out in the nfc now we're starting to say There's something wrong there. They're the team that lost to the jets. That's what's wrong by the way i do want to run through the scores and Don't wanna be forgotten. Obviously couple big games the chiefs and the saints the final there chiefs thirty to twenty nine the hang on saints got out to a slow start that that's really what i would say. They're probably make sense. Drew brees just coming back. Brown's beating the giants twenty two six browns continue to win. Cardinals beat the eagles. Thirty three to twenty six taking them out of the postseason the eagles that is rams twenty two twenty three. That's the final that they lost to the jets ravens big win for them and just when we start to question lamar jackson and whether or not we can throw the ball he starts throwing the wall. I it's you can't make this stuff up. forty two fourteen. That's the final there against jaguar. Team that's obviously beaten up not very good but look out for this ravens team. They could get on a pretty good hot streak going into the post season. That team from washington behind dwayne haskins tried to come back couldn't get done twenty. Fifteen seahawks win vikings go. They go down the bears thirty three to twenty seven huge david. Montgomery he's really come on really come on like that guy a couple touchdowns under forty six yards carrying the thirty two times. Sounds like what the guy on the other side of the ball for. The viking should be doing and delve and cook twenty two to twelve. That's the final for the dolphins. They beat the patriots cam. Newton lackluster performance man. Favorites. really underperformed. This you're not gonna make the postseason Gonna wind up five hundred or worse for the first time since twenty twenty. I'm sorry since it is twenty twenty but the first time since two thousand. It's been twenty years crazy. Colts beating the texans twenty seven to twenty titans all over the lions forty six twenty five and a huge day for him hundred and forty seven one touchdown not quite what he needed to keep on pace for two thousand yards thinking needs one hundred and fifty six game so maybe have to step it up a little bit in the next couple of games but again not the most important thing want to win the super bowl cowboys forty one thirty three over. The niners buccaneers come back score. Thirty one points in the second half they score nothing. In the first against falcons they were looking terrible Tom brady comes alive. The buccaneers come alive. Thirty one twenty seven they get it done over. The falcons would have been a terrible loss By the way a couple of games that happened earlier in the week packers played on saturday. The saturday games have started. I think it's fun it's interesting Really like that stuff really like when the saturday games come into play. 'cause when the postseason comes they're going to be a play then to packers twenty four sixteen over the panthers broncos go down to the bills looked really impressive behind josh allen. Forty eight to nineteen earlier. The game on thursday chargers thirty twenty. Seven over the raiders who wound up having to go to mariota because of jericho knocked out of that game all right. I wanna give you the playoff picture as it stands at the moment in time chiefs and packers number one seeds packers in the nfc obviously the chiefs in the afc saints number two seed steelers number two seed. They're bills number. Three seed seahawks. They're the number three seed. They moved up the washington football team. If i'm not mistaken was in that spot before Whether or no they're not they weren't the team i'm sorry it was the rams obviously who faltered But the washington football team is in the four spot right now the titans in the four spot for the afc browns in the five spot for the afc rams in the five spot now after falling two spots. That's really the only change in the postseason that i can see for any side. Afc or in a ac- buccaneers colts in the six spots and then the arizona cardinals and the dolphins both in the postseason in the seven spot remembered an additional spot in the postseason. This year. only one team gets a bye so just the number one seats on the bubble which is crazy the ravens. That's a good football team right. They're going to need a little help. Dolphins both those teams have a nine five record. So they're gonna need some help. We'll see how that all plays out colts cannon four brown standard for titans tenant for important just so you can understand how far teams are behind ravens nine and five. They're the closest raiders. Seven and seven. So they're pretty much out of it and some unless somebody really falters. So i'd say the ravens are the team in the mix. And i think they finish eleven and five crazy to think eleven five would make the postseason seriously if the dolphins finished eleven five and they do too. They're not making the postseason and that's a good football team. That wouldn't be in all right on the other side. Bears in the hunt with the win over the vikings they're seven. They need a little help from the cardinals. need them. to falter. Bucket is probably got themselves in with that ninth victory channel. Get you in for sure in the nfc. If you ask me fc eleven which is wild nine might do it in the nfc. We'll see vikings on the outside looking in for sure at six and eight and the cowboys five nine giants five and nine eagles. Four nine one. Mathematically all those teams still in their own division race because that washington football team at six eight has the best record Next team would be the cowboys and giants both at five and nine eagles. Four nine one all right. So that's the situation there Pretty insane when you think about it. 'cause really not much has changed since the other week that came to starting. I think last week giving you the playoff picture man. Oh man thoughts and opinions by the way gave me on twitter at store fund sports. You can always follow me on instagram. The real door funds sports. You can check me out on facebook. The rear door upon sports. Just actually. that's just orphan. Sports engage with us. Great post great comments things along those lines but man. Oh man week. Fifteen of the nfl. Unbelievable it's in the books man. 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Slake is gonna throw you out of the water anything three touchdowns that sounds pretty. Good one interception Pretty solid game. But that that's what i like about this kid. You know i. I love him. I hate him at times because he lets me down with. Aaron plays but ultimately you. You can't question the desire the want to be better and the guts to go out there and just throw the football and he was giving me a little bit of everything. I don't know if any of you watch the game. Like i watch every game. It's crazy but so be it the guy just he can make every throw. It's just that there's going to be some growing pains and you're gonna scratch your head of times tannehill man that the same kind of thing like that dude. It's not like overly flashy or anything twenty one of twenty seven to seventy three three touchdowns. I don't think he had any interceptions. If i'm not mistaken. And i know it's really nice to have derrick henry to give the ball to who can get you one hundred forty seven and a touchdown and yeah. I'm looking at the stats. No interceptions from ryan tannehill. As i was watching that game. I didn't remember seeing them. Throw any pretty efficient day so like you see flashes from these guys and you wonder like can they get it done when it really matters i. I just don't know i'm not. I'm not quite sure. And we're gonna find out. Obviously this is a playoff team. The titans are in danger in because when you look at their division. It's them and the colts they're both in houston's out jacksonville's out denver's out in raiders are out so there you got three teams. You've got baltimore. Who might be in. But they're on the outside looking in cleveland's in pittsburgh's in one two three four five buffalo's in that six ravens need some help. It's crazy crazy absolutely crazy. I'm gonna keep it rolling run through things. I got a lot to get into man week. Fifteen playoffs around the corner. Patriots are going to be there. I think that that's notable really. Do i think there's there's something to be said about running the table for twenty years man like these guys were in the playoffs every every year. And that's going to be something that's different about the postseason this year. That's what i'd like. you know. i always talk about usual suspects and things like that. Well you know we're going to get we're gonna get we're gonna get an unusual suspect we we might get the miami dolphins for crying out loud and quite frankly that'd be cool to me. That would be cool like to see what to do in the post season and maybe just maybe he would be pretty good. Because if i'm not mistaken bill. Belichick is a guy that usually has a lot of success against young quarterbacks done man to agata done couple rushing. Td's for him. I don't think he throw any. They only gave up twelve points. Defenses planes pick tackler for him by the way again antidote. If you're hanging out with me here on the nfl rewind sports overnight. america always coming to you. We'll starting at ten. Pm pacific standard time and then. Let's go deep people. Let's go deep. let's go dark. let's go deep dark in the sense of down a path where i am right now. It's dark so get in the dark getting the light. I don't know where you are. But i know i'm looking outside is pretty damn dark and i'm going to try to get deep into the hours as i can. I'd like to see the dolphins in the postseason. I think that'd be cool. I wanna see with the titans can do let they were there last year there one more year together but again i questioned what ryan tannehill do. I really do in a big game. Just just not sure what this can do. Forty niners not going to be in the party. I think that's notable from the nfc. They got to the super bowl last year. Not even gonna make the postseason ten. Start out good for them to be honest. Got off to a slow start. Garoppolos her mullins. I think for a while. I was their quarterback for a couple of weeks. Obviously i'm kidding but you get the point fucking look man. I'm going to talk about it like you were losing seventeen. Nothing to the falcons. You put up a goose egg in the first half. Come on now you kidding me and then tom puts the s on the chest and brings the guys back into the game. Got some help. On the defense to falcons started making makes which is what bad football teams do as we know. I just don't trust. I don't trust the tampa. bay buccaneers. I just don't not sure they're going to be a team to have to worry about seahawks i. I don't know if they're going to be a team. Have to worry about if washington makes it. What are they got to lose. But i don't think that they're going to really be a problem either. But you never know chase young. I mean that dude at a really nice impact. Defensively for them over the past few weeks. He's been unbelievable. Rams took a huge step back in my book that that was a bad. That's a terrible loss. come on. let's not kid ourselves there. The joke of the nfl right now man. They're seriously the joke of the nfl. It's crazy the joke the browns man. I'm i keep telling you. I'm starting to believe in cleveland. Some starting to calm cleveland. Cleveland like believe land. but it's cleveland. Yeah because i'm believing in cleveland. Just insane that. They're they're pretty football team and another thing that i had last week again that i saw this week. And it's going to be that way late into the postseason one saying late in the season into the post season. There's two things that if you do these things well you got a shot to win wherever you play whenever you play however you play you get what i'm saying and the two things that i'm talking about the two things and i'm talking about once again are running game and a good defense and the chiefs i ever talked about the chiefs and the saints. I'll get to that. Believe me i'll get to it but truth be told man. Look there's two things that work every week if you bring it you do pretty well with it and that's defense and that's a salad running game and the bills. They're one of those teams that i like because they do have a salad running game and a solid defense. I hear the music. I gotta take a break so keep a close everybody. I'm door for hanging out with me. Here on the nfl rewind that sports overnight america just wants to throw roles right knox's arms still has it now on the run gets down then touchdown buffalo touchdown josh allen. Three yard run around the right side. 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If the lines are busy please call back. Eight hundred four one. Oh four seven seven one. Eight hundred four one. Oh four seven seven one. Eight hundred four one. Four seven seven one. That's eight hundred. Four one forty seven seventy one like this party. The man rush with all kinds of time. Up right miller after twenty. Five detroit tackle the sideline touchdown touchdown bears on second five action. Miller forty five yard touchdown throw. Here's the staff to trubisky nice. Played gongqi said botham's shoulder pads talks down. What a pro but fixed trubisky twelve dumping. Let's get out of this hot sun into a nice cool bar humanitarian bowl of some dust and sit out now berea right here on sports overnight america. Welcome back everybody andy. Door hanging over here on the nfl rewind sports overnight america week. Fifteen of the nfl rewind sports overnight. America crazy crazy crazy. Two weeks saw the guy left people. Two weeks postseason is here. It'll be gone before we know it. Amazing how they have been able to work their way navigate through called it so for the most part. Kudos congrats and mitchell. Trubisky is i like to call him man. They wanted to shoot up. Beat the vikings. Dave montgomery guy's been a beast lately. Thirty two carries hundred. Forty six couple touchdowns mitch touchdown interception trubisky. You gotta love that. Man you gotta love it mitch. Trubisky and cousins. Then the minnesota vikings. What can we say about them. What a disappointment. I guess you know the only thing the only thing that's going well for them is dalvin. Cook hundred and thirty. To twenty four carries a touchdown guys really good for what a disaster minnesota. what a disaster for the bears. although. I don't think we really were expecting the bears to be all that great except fear bear fan for minnesota that. That's that's a shock. That's a surprise. Let's talk chiefs saints think. I wasn't all that shock. That drew brees struggled a little bit in the first half saint started to figure things out kind of late in the second quarter not much happened in the third quarter for either team pretty productive fourth quarter. Move the ball down the field both guys not one of the greatest days for patrick mahomes. Not a terrible day at three touchdowns. Don't get me wrong. But twenty six of forty seven to fifty four now not the greatest day for him. So many weapons like ultimately to me. That's that's what separates the chiefs from everybody so many different weapons. Now that you have a double headed monster there in the backfield with eleven bell and you saw him late in the game. If you weren't watching lay the game he. He was the guy that they were going to to run the clock out. Keep the clocks moving sticks and the clock moving. Everything was all working for them like that. That's why you get levy on bell clyde edwards helaire there. There's nothing wrong with him. Absolutely nothing wrong with you. They got a good football team. They really do. So yeah i. I think they're going to be really really tough to be. I think new orleans is gonna be tough to be too. I really do. But they're very valuable and they have given a points like they were doing so well on defense for the last eight weeks prior to last week and then all of a sudden you know. Thirty burger with the chiefs. Thirty two points they gave up. That's you can expect that for losing to philadelphia. That's i don't think that that feels good. Anybody i don't care who's quarterbacking for you. So yeah. I think new orleans is taking a little bit of a step back and the cheeser just. They're that good man they really are. But that that wants to punch of allaire bell postseason be interesting to watch that really interesting to watch that travis kelsey while talk about that guy for a second year dorfman. Ooh how good is he. How is that guy titan. He's just so explosive so good so many guys that can hurt you tyree kill. Obviously we know about him. Watkins robinson hardman love ya bell. Don't don't get him going in the passing game while i'm telling you what the chiefs are winning this thing unless something happens i don't wanna be anticlimactic. But that's that's the truth to me. At least in my opinion visited the cheese for the taking defense makes plays when they have to give up some points and again to two teams that confer points up. You're going to expect to see a high scoring game cardinals. Let's talk cardinals. Kyler murray van. When when kyla murray can be colin murray the arizona cardinals are pretty good football team but with that being said you led a team that was playing behind. Jalen hurts for the second time and jalen hurts by the way. Look really good. Three thirty eight for that kid. Twenty four forty four Three touchdowns no interceptions cuyler. Had the one tip ball interception three touchdowns for him he goes over four hundred yards at. That's nice to see twenty seven of thirty six very efficient. yeah. I like when keiler is active. He ran for a touchdown to only twenty Twenty nine yard scrambling but again i think when he has that dimension whether or not he uses it doesn't matter just have that option have the opportunity for if kyla murray needs to. He's gonna run and he will and he's going to hurt you so that that kind of puts you out a little bit of a disposition if you're a defense thirty three points that's nice to see Was nice to see. Fizi get a touchdown diab making a real case. That he's one of the top five. He's definitely one of the top five. Maybe a top. Three devante adams tyreek hill. Doj on being go wrong with any of those guys all really good. But yeah. I think i think that arizona cardinals will make the seventh spot. I think they get in. That's kind of cool. It away because of see west three teams would be seattle rams and the cardinals most likely. That's that's good to see visions. Pretty good division is pretty good. I think when kyle can be effective with the feet makes him make emma better passer. Few weeks ago when he couldn't scramble couldn't get out of the pocket. It's not who he is. It's just not who he hits. You're asking reduce something that he's uncomfortable with and it showed really did frowns. Man brown's baker. Another really good game nother really good game from baker Not a fan of the guy really. We all know this but again when guys do things and they're improving. I'd be remiss if i didn't reward it and if i didn't acknowledge it. So baker congrats. Brother is starting to starting to play much better. And what's interesting to me as well since you are playing better. You're not talking much. Which is great. Somebody must've gotten your ear and said listen brother. You're playing really well. The last thing you need to do is start blabbing about this that the other and how good you are know people disrespected you. Don't don't do it. don't do it go out there. Perform week in week out. Give the cleveland browns. A great opportunity to win football games and be humble man be humble and the last few weeks feel like he's done a great job of that austin who i starting to become a bigger role in their passing game. Good idea really good tight end. Just got done talking about travis. Kelsey off hooper. Pretty good to very good around the end zone inside in the red zone. Excellent player great guy to have jarvis landry missing vacuuming in a weird way. Don't call me crazy here. But kind of feel like makers. Don't a little bit better without odell beckham in the lineup. For whatever that's worth that running game that's usually just kick ass like were. They can get two hundred yards no problem. It was more the baker mayfield show than anything. Twenty seven to thirty two to ninety seven couple touchdowns interceptions i love guys have no interceptions Noticed that because you're not hurting your team then job. Kind of quiet day got a touchdown but only fifty yards and the team one hundred six kareem hunt quiet seven for twenty one it. It wasn't ugly football game when when the scores twenty six. There's not a lot happening but with that being said i do take away the fact that baker he was good didn't make mistakes and the cleveland browns walkaway ten and four. That's as baker doing with baker supposed to do but the rams. I probably haven't spent enough time making fun of you. What the hell happened to you. People seriously you lost to the jets that that's that's not supposed to happen to you guys. You got a really good defense behind darnold donald. I mean look. I just can't i can't believe that the rams went down to the jets. It really happened man. You did that to a guy that saw ghost before in also can't believe that the bears were able to beat the vikings. I really can. I'm sorry but to me that that's shocking. The vikings you're your real disappointment. All right i gotta take a break. By the way i'm around or the holidays man dorfman never let you down. You know that. I'm here for you to get you through all the nfl news notes highlights at least through the way i see it week. Fifteen of the nfl rewind. We'll be right back to Close things up. Wrap things up dorfman style where i give you a parting shot. Keep a close everybody. Amanda nfl rewind. Right here on sports overnight. America and lebron's are gonna come out here. They dontrelle nillion checks into the game at running back to receivers right beckham landry to off. Why the person before they give it to hill your the right side. He's kid touchdown hillier at the tennessee. Three yard wide bakers got the snap. Looks like froze mental sound. Hits do head. 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Rogers wide receivers jimmy. Graham slot white sox looking humpbacks. Now still under pressure pulls it right side of the site. Talk to this guy. Now more of the rewind right here on sports overnight america. Welcome everybody for the final time with me here. Andy door on the nfl rewind and sports overnight america. Look i'm going to run through the scores real quickly. Give you the parting shot. Like i always do again. I'm here through the holidays. Mornings evenings we gotcha covered Late night style eighty until ten am pacific standard time during the door fan sports. Show come back at your late night. Two in the nfl rewind starting at ten pm pacific standard time chargers thirty to twenty. Seven over the raiders. Costly one for the raiders bills forty eight nineteen over the broncos packers twenty four sixteen over the panthers buccaneers thirty one. Twenty seven. over the falcons cowboys forty one. Thirty three over the forty niners. Titans forty six twenty five over the lions colts. Twenty seven twenty over the texans patriots. Go down to the dolphins not going to be the postseason knocking that over. Five hundred record first time since two thousand big win for the dolphins keeping them in the mix bears thirty three twenty seven over the vikes seahawks two thousand fifteen over that washington team ravens forty fourteen over the jaguars and a little bit on a hot streak jets. They get their. I w of the you win win win over the rams twenty three to twenty cards thirty three to six twenty six over the eagles chiefs thirty to twenty nine over the saints. In a brown's twenty two six over the giants parting shot have a great night people. We'll talk to you next week. Right here on sports overnight america and the nfl rewind. For scott i'll mandy. You're listening to the heartland radio network broadcasting live twenty percents unheard. 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Like always say you people. I got absolutely no clue what time it is for you. I just know it is the nfl rewind and sports overnight. America for me. Andy door welcoming people week. Fifteen of the nfl rewind. Yup it's here right now front and center dorfman coming at you and this is the week where we had the saturday game. Start so that was pretty cool to see The green bay packers and the bills kinda showing up like we thought they probably would. And that's kind of going to be the theme when you think about things today on the program because ultimately it's about being a contender and let's start getting rid of all those pretenders The buccaneers Look i'm going to talk about them. Because i'm not sold on the name a pretender even though they gotta win and they had to do it behind tom brady. And the buccaneers. Coming back cowboys. I like seeing them. Get win man. The forty niners. They're done. They're out of the postseason and they were in the super bowl last year. Remember that like my oh my health. Things have changed In a very short time titans. Derek can do keeps running all over people That guy's a man on a mission and we'll see if he can get to two thousand yards that that's kind of the question. I have about him when i think about the rest of the. Nfl season Colts look they held off a feisty. Texans team that wanted to try to pull off an upset in the dolphins this guy to you know something that bill. Belichick is pretty. Good at usually beaten young quarterbacks. Not this time when it comes to two and the patriots They're not even going to have a winning record this year. So yeah that's something to think about crazy crazy crazy crazy bears. They beat the vikings. But who cares about that. That team from washington behind dwayne haskins. They kinda struggle. But that's to be expected the ravens they'd poured it on rans there that team people they are that team they lost to the j e t s jets jet all right. I know i gotta get running. 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Yeah i think the rams might be thinking about seeing ghosts at this point because they became that team in week. Fifteen of the nfl in the nfl rewind. Right here with me. Andy door on sports overnight. America can't believe eman really can't believe it Sam brown obe was relatively efficient. Even though that's the guy that has been said that he seemed goes before. I mean it's crazy. Yeah twenty. two of thirty one on day one touchdown but more importantly no interceptions. Jared goff man. Oh man this guy is probably going to be the reason why the los angeles rams don't win more so than why they would win two touchdowns one interception Two hundred nine yards twenty two of thirty four again look. It doesn't sound terrible. When you compare it to sam darnold but it is because of the interception it is because of the loss to the jets And you know you weren't very productive against a team. That's really not very good. So i do think that's cause for concern and the ranch kind of had people fooled a little bit to a certain degree like if they wouldn't have lost this game we'd be talking about them potentially being a really difficult out in the nfc. Now we're starting to say There's something wrong there. They're the team lost to the jets. That's what's wrong by the way i do want to run through the scores and Don't wanna be forgotten. Obviously couple of big games the chiefs in the saints the final there chiefs thirty to twenty nine the hang on saints got off to a slow start that that's really what i would say there and probably make sense. Drew brees just coming back. Brown's beating the giants twenty two six browns continue to win. Cardinals beat the eagles. Thirty three to twenty six taking them out of the postseason the eagles that is rams twenty two twenty three. That's the final that they lost to the jets ravens big win for them and just when we start to question lamar jackson and whether or not he can throw the ball he starts throwing the ball. I it's you can't make this stuff up. Forty two fourteen. That's a final against a jaguar team. That's obviously beaten up not very good but look off with his ravens team. They could get on a pretty good hot streak. Going into the postseason. That team from washington behind dwayne haskins tried to come back. Couldn't get it done. Two thousand fifteen seahawks win. Vikings go they go down in the bears thirty three to twenty seven huge day for david. Montgomery he's really come on really come on like that guy a couple touchdowns hundred and forty six yards carrying the ball thirty two times. Sounds like what the guy on the other side of the ball for. The vikings should be doing delve and cook twenty two to twelve. That's the final for the dolphins. They beat the patriots cam. Newton just another lackluster performance. Man patriots really underperformed this year not not gonna make the postseason gonna wind up five hundred or worse for the first time since twenty twenty. I'm sorry since it is twenty twenty but the first time since two thousand. It's been twenty years crazy. Colts beating the texans twenty seven to twenty titans all over the lions forty six twenty five entering huge day for him hundred and forty seven one touchdown not quite what he needed to keep on pace for two thousand yards thinking needs one hundred and fifty six a game so maybe have to step it up a little bit in the next couple of you games but again not most important thing to win the super bowl cowboys forty one thirty three over the niners buccaneers come back score. Thirty one points in the second half they score nothing. In the first against the falcons they were looking terrible Tom brady comes alive. The buccaneers come alive. Thirty one twenty seven they get it done over. The falcons would've been a terrible loss By the way a couple of games that happened earlier in the week packers played on saturday. The saturday games have started. I think it's fun. It's interesting really like that stuff really like when the saturday games come into play. Because the postseason comes they're going to be to play into packers. Twenty four sixteen over. The panthers broncos go down to the bills looked really impressive behind josh allen. Forty eight to nineteen earlier. The overtime game on thursday chargers thirty twenty. Seven over the raiders who wound up having to go to mariota because of dirk getting knocked out of that game all right. I wanna give you the playoff picture as it stands at the moment in time chiefs packers number one seeds packers in the nfc obviously the chiefs in the afc saints number two seed steelers number two seed their bills number three seed seahawks. They're the number three seed. They moved up the washington football team. If i'm not mistaken was in that spot before Whether or no they're not they weren't the team i'm sorry it was the rams obviously who faltered But the washington football team is in the four spot right now but titans in the four spot for the afc browns in the five spot for the afc rams in the five spot now after falling two spots. That's really the only change in the postseason. That i can see for any side. Afc or in a c- buchan ears colts in the six spots and then the arizona cardinals and the dolphins both in the postseason in the seven spot remembered an additional spot in the postseason this year. Only one team gets eighty by so just the number one seats on the bubble. Which is crazy the ravens. That's a good football team right. They're going to need a little help. Dolphins both those teams have a nine and five record. So they're going to need some help. We'll see how that all plays out colts ten for brownstein for titans tenant for it's important just so you can understand how far teams are behind ravens. Nine and five. They're the closest raiders. Seven and seven. So they're pretty much of it and some unless somebody really falters. So i'd say the ravens are the team in the mix. And i think they finished eleven and five crazy to think eleven five when make the postseason seriously if the dolphins finished eleven five and they do too. They're not making the postseason and that's a good football team. That wouldn't be in all right on the other side. Bears in the hunt with the win over the vikings They're seven and seven. They need a little help from the cardinals. Need them to falter. Buccaneers probably got themselves in with that night. Victory channel. Get you in for sure in the nfc. If you ask me afc eleven which is wild nine might do it in the nfc. We'll see vikings on the outside looking for sure at eight and the cowboys. Five or nine giants five and nine eagles four nine and one mathematically all those teams still in their own division race because that washington football team at six and eight has the best record Next team would be the cowboys and giants both at five and nine eagles. Four nine one all right. So that's the situation there Pretty insane when you think about because really not much has changed since the other week that it came to you. Starting i think last week giving you the playoff picture merriman thoughts and opinions by the way getting me on twitter at store fon sports You can always follow me on instagram. The real door fund sports. You can check me out on facebook. The real door von sport. Just actually. that's just orphan. Sports engage with us. Great post great comments things along those lines but man. Oh man week. Fifteen of the nfl. Unbelievable it's in the books man. It's in the freaking books without much closer to the playoffs. Dorf hanging out with you. 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Willie snead on the receiving end and the ravens. Four thirty four possession touchdown on keen of weights takes the staff and bottles out records packers now. Four of the re one right here on sports overnight america. Welcome back everybody. Andy dwarf coming at you with the nfl rewind right here on sports overnight america week. Fifteen style of the nfl rewind sports overnight america. All right so looking at lamar jackson. Seventeen of twenty two to forty three doesn't sound split. Is going to throw you out of the water. Anything three touchdowns that sounds pretty good. One interception Pretty solid game. But that that's what i like about this kid. You know i love them. I hate him at times because he lets me down with some aaron plays but ultimately you. You can't question the desire the want to be better and the guts to go out there and just throw the football and he was giving a little bit of everything. I don't know if any of you watch the game. Like i watch every game. It's crazy but so be it the guy just he can make every throw. It's just that there's going to be some growing pains and going to scratch your head at times santana hill and at the same kind of thing like that dude. It's not like overly flashy or anything twenty one of twenty seven to seventy three three touchdowns. I don't think he had any interceptions. If i'm not mistaken. And i know it's really nice to have derrick henry to give the ball to who can get on and forty seven and a touchdown and yeah. I'm looking at the stats. No interceptions from ryan. Tannehill as i was watching that game. I didn't remember seeing throwing pretty efficient day. So you see flashes from these guys and you wonder like can we get it done when it really matters. I just don't know i'm not. I'm not quite sure. And we're gonna find out. Obviously this is a playoff team. Detained in china rain because when you look at their division. It's them and the colts. They're both in houston's al jacksonville's out denver's al. Kansas city's in raiders are out so there you got three teams got baltimore. Who might be in. But they're on the outside looking in cleveland's in pittsburgh in one two three four five buffalo's in that sex. Ravens need some help. It's crazy just crazy absolutely crazy armor. Keep it rolling. Run through things. I i got a lot to get into man week. Fifteen playoffs right around the corner patriots. Not going to be there. I think that that's notable. I really do. I think there's there's something to be said about running the table for twenty years man. These guys were in the playoffs every every year. And that's going to be something that's different about the postseason this year. That's what i'd like. you know. i always talk about usual suspects and things like that. Well you know we're gonna get we're gonna get we're gonna get an suspect. Lou might get the miami dolphins for crying out loud and quite frankly. That'd be cool to me. That would be cool like to see what or could do in the postseason. And maybe maybe he would be pretty good. Because if i'm not mistaken bill. Bella chac is a guy that usually has a lot of success against young quarterbacks to don man to got it done couple rushing. Td's for him. I don't think he through any the only gave up twelve points. Their defense is playing spectacular for him by the way again. Andy if you're hanging out here on the nfl rewind sports overnight. america always coming to you In the wee hours starting at ten p. m. pacific standard time and. then let's go deep people. Let's go deep let's go. Let's go deep dark in the sense of path. I mean where. I am right now. It's dark so getting the getting the light. I don't know where you are. But i know ram looking outside is pretty damn dark and i'm going to try to get as deep into the hours as i can. I'd like to see the dolphins in the postseason. I think that'd be cool. I wanna see with the titans can do what they were there last year. You know there one more year together. But again i question what ryan tannehill can do are really do in a big game. Just just not sure what this do. Forty niners not going to be the party. I think that's notable from the nfc. They got to the super bowl last year. Not even gonna make the postseason ten. Start out good for them to be honest. Got off to a slow start. Garoppolos her mullins. I think for a while. I was their quarterback for a couple of weeks. I'll be kidding but you get the point fucking ears. Look man. i'm gonna talk about it like you were losing seventeen. Nothing to the falcons you put up goose egg in the first half come on. How are you kidding me. And then tom puts the chest and brings the guys back into the game. Got some help on the defense to falcon started making mistakes which is what bad football teams do as we know. I just don't trust. I don't trust the tampa bay buccaneers. I just don't not sure they're going to be a team to have to worry about seahawks. I don't know if they're going to be a team. Have to worry about if washington makes it. What are they got to lose it. But i don't think that they're going to really be a problem either. But you never know chase young. I mean that dude that a really nice impact defensively for them over the past few weeks. He's been unbelievable. Rams took a huge step back in. My book really did that. That was a bat. That's a terrible loss. come on. let's not kid ourselves there. The joke of the nfl right now man. They're seriously the joke of the. Nfl crazy the joke. The browns man i keep telling you i'm starting to believe in cleveland. Some starting to call them colella. Nd cleveland like believe land. but it's khalid land. yeah because i'm believing in cleveland. Just insane that. They're they're pretty good football team and another thing that i had last week again that i saw this week. And it's going to be that way late into the postseason one saying it's late in the season into postseason. There's two things that if you do these things well you got a shot to win wherever you play whenever you play however you play you get what i'm saying and the two things that i'm talking about the two things that i'm talking about once again are running game and a good defense and the chiefs i ever talked about the chiefs in the saints sheds. I'll get to that. Believe me i'll get to it but truth be told man look. There's two things that work every week. If you bring it you you you do pretty well with it. And that's defense and a salad running game and the bills. There were teams that i like because they do have a salad running game and a solid defense. I hear the music. I gotta take a break so keep a close everybody. I'm andy door hanging out with me here on the nfl. Re one at sports overnight. America wants to trope rolls right. Cox's arm still. Has it now on the run. 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Amazing how they have been able to work their way navigate through cove it so for the most part kudos congrats and mitchell. Trubisky is. I like to call him. Look man they wanted to shoot. Beat the vikings. Dave montgomery guy's been a beast lately. Thirty two carries hundred. Forty six couple touchdowns mitch touchdown and interception trubisky. You gotta love that. Man you gotta love it mitch. Trubisky good cousins and the minnesota vikings. What can we say about them. What disappointment i guess you know the only thing the only thing that's going well for them cook hundred thirty. To twenty four carries a touchdown guys really good. What a disaster minnesota. What a disaster for the bears. Although i don't think we really were expecting the bears to be all that great except fear bear fan for minnesota that. That's that's a shock. That's a surprise. Let's talk chiefs. let's talk saints. Think i wasn't all that shock that drew brees struggled a little bit in the first half saints started to figure things out kind of late in the second quarter not much happened in the third quarter for either team pretty productive fourth quarter. Moving the ball down the field. Both guys not one of the greatest days for patrick mahomes. Not a terrible day at three touchdowns. Don't get me wrong. But twenty six of forty seven to fifty four not the greatest day for him so many weapons like ultimately to me. That's that's what separates the chiefs from everybody so many different weapons. Now that you have a double headed monster there in the backfield with lebanon bell and you saw him late in the game. If you weren't watching lay the game he. He was the guy that they were going to run the clock out. Keep the clock move in the sticks and the clock moving. Everything was all working for them like that. That's why you get levy on bell ending clyde edwards helaire. I mean there's nothing wrong with him absolutely nothing wrong with you. They got a good football team. They really do so yeah. I think they're gonna be really really tough to be. I think new orleans is going to be tough to be too. I really do. But they're very beatable and they have given a points like they were doing so well on defense for the last eight weeks prior to last week and then all of a sudden you know. Thirty burger with the chiefs. Thirty two points they gave up. And that's you can expect that for losing to philadelphia that that's l think. That feels good. Anybody i don't care who's quarterbacking for you. So i think new orleans is taking a little bit of a step back and the chiefs are just. They're that good man. they really are for that. That that one two punch of allaire embel- postseason be interesting to watch that really interesting to watch that travis. Kelsey talk about that guy for a second year doors man. Ooh how good is he. How is that guy tight end. He's just so explosive so good so many guys that they that can hurt you. tyreek kill. Obviously we know about him. Walk ins robinson. Hardman levian bell. Don't don't get him going in the passing game while i'm telling you what the chiefs are winning this thing unless something happens i don't wanna be anticlimactic. But that's that's the true to me. At least in my opinion the lizard the chiefs for the taking defense makes plays when they have to give up some points and again to two teams. Comp- points up. You're going to expect to see a high scoring game cardinals. Let's talk cardinals. Kyla murray man. When when kyla murray can be kyla murray the arizona cardinals are pretty good football team but with that being said you led a team that was playing behind. Jalen hurts for the second time and jalen hurts by the way. Look really good. Three thirty eight for that kid. Twenty four forty four Three touchdowns no interceptions. Kyla had the one tip ball interception three touchdowns for him he goes over four hundred yards at. That's nice to see twenty seven of thirty six very efficient. I like when keiler is active. He ran for a touchdown to only twenty Twenty nine hundred scrambling but again. I think when he has that dimension whether or not he uses. It doesn't matter just to have that option. Have the opportunity for if tyler moore needs to. He's going to run any will and he's gonna hurt you so that that kind of puts you out a little bit of a disposition if you're your defense thirty three points that's nice to see. It was nice to see fit. So you get a touchdown diab case that. He's one of the top five. Oh he's definitely one of the top five. Maybe a top three davante adams tyreek hill deandre hopkins on the go wrong with any of those guys all really good for you. I i think. I think the arizona cardinals will make that that seventh spot. I think they get in and that's kind of cool it away because nfc west three teams would be seattle. Rams in the cardinals most likely. That's that's good to see divisions pretty good division is pretty good. I i i. I think when kyle can be effective with the feet Makes him makes him a better passer. Few weeks ago when he couldn't scramble couldn't get out of pocket. It's not who he is not who he is. You're asking reduce something that he's uncomfortable with and it showed really did brown's man browns baker another really good game the other really good game from baker. Now a fan of the guy really. We all know this but again when guys do things and they're improving. I'd be remiss if i didn't reward it and if i didn't acknowledge it so baker Congrats brother you're starting to. You're starting to play much better and what's interesting to me as well since you are playing better. You're not talking much. Which is great. Somebody must've gotten your ear and said listen brother. You're playing really well. The last thing you need to do is start blabbing about this that and the other and how good you are. And you know people disrespected. You don't don't do it. don't do it go out there. Perform weekend and week out. Give the cleveland browns. A great opportunity to win football games and be humble man be humble and the last few weeks feel like he's done a great job with that. Awesome hooper starting to become a bigger role in their passing game. Good really good tight end. Just got done talking about travis. Kelsey austin hooper. Pretty good to very good around the end zone inside in the red zone. Exxon player great guide half jarvis. Landry this vacuuming in a weird way. Don't call me crazy here. But kind of feel like bakers done a little bit better without oatmeal beckham in the lineup. For whatever that's worth that running game that's usually just kick ass like where they can get two hundred yards with no problem. It was more the baker mayfield show than anything. Twenty seven. Thirty two to ninety seven couple touchdowns no interceptions. I love him. Guys have no interceptions if you haven't noticed that because you're not hurting your team then lick job kind of a quiet day got a touchdown but only fifty yards and the team one hundred six kareem hunt quiet seven for twenty one it. It was an ugly football game when when the scores twenty two six. It's there's not a lot happening but with that being said i do take away the fact that baker he was good didn't make mistakes and the cleveland browns walkaway ten and four. That's has baker baker supposed to do the rams. I probably haven't spent enough time making fun of you. What the hell happened to you. People seriously you lost to the jets. That's that's not supposed to happen to you guys. You got a really good defense behind. Aaron donald air donald. I mean look. I just can't i can't believe led the rams with down to the jets. It really happened. You did that to a guy that saw ghost before and also can't believe that the bears were able to beat the vikings. I really can't. I'm sorry but to me that that shocking the vikings you're your real disappointment all right got take a break by the way i'm around or the holidays man dorfman never let you down. You know that. I'm here for you to get you through all the nfl news notes highlights at least through the way i see it week. Fifteen of the nfl rewind. I'll be right back to close things up. Wrap things up. Dorfman style where i give you a party shot. Keep a close. Everybody a mandatory. Nfl rewind right here on sports over america and lebron's are gonna come out and here they cop dontrelle. You'll your check into the game at running back to receivers right beckham landry to walk person before they give it to a hilliard off the right side. He's going on here at the tennessee. Three yard line bakers got the snap looks electrodes middle caught touchdown hits choukou. 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Twenty seven twenty over the texans patriots. Go down to the dolphins not gonna be the postseason knocking that over five hundred record first time since two thousand big win for the dolphins keeping them in the mix pairs thirty-three twenty-seven over the vikes seahawks twenty fifteen over that washington team ravens forty fourteen over the jaguars and a little bit on a hot streak jets. They get their. I w of the year win win win over the rams twenty three or twenty cards thirty three to six twenty six over the eagles chiefs thirty to twenty nine over the saints and brown's twenty two six over the giants parting shot. Have a great night people. We'll talk to you next week. Right here on sports overnight america and the nfl rewind. Take care for. Scott i'll mandy. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network at live dot heartland usa dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by us follow us on facebook twitter and instagram public service. 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The survey also asked about political affiliation and found fifty. Two percent of democrats are more likely to get the vaccination compared to a third of republicans as homeless communities prepare to otter lives lost in twenty twenty and a candlelight vigil monday night in denver advocates are warning that pushing people experiencing homelessness back in the line to get covid nineteen. Vaccines would be a big mistake. Kathy alderman with the colorado coalition for the homeless says the vaccine can help ensure that people at greater risk of sickness and death due to pre existing conditions aren't exposed to the virus in crowded shelters. They don't have a choice. There essentially forced to levin congregate settings and we know that outbreaks and congress settings are very difficult to contain and often do the most amount of harm to the greatest number of people after governor. 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She was supposed to do what she like. In charge of the police department there or something. What's our attorney Joe? She has some very palm division. Minnesota percent of people know prosecute people. This guy had eighteen complaints. And I'll tell Joe Biden right now if you take her. There's your runners you can kiss my Kabar me ask you. I was just talking about Kamala Harris last night. How many she was the for California Right. Like how many unarmed black men a jerome? Do you think were killed under Kamala Harris. Watch out new idea. I'll bet it's a good builder. How how many how? Many cups got eighteen complaints against him while she was announced the line. Know there's probably plenty of this is the old game. I mean Jerome. You know that police get get complaints against them all the time and not a damn thing is done in Minneapolis. Not In California not in Boston not in not in New York City because the police are gang there are criminal gang and airport club. And you're not in it and it doesn't have to do with Color Jerome. I mean there's some color comes that's involved here. I'm not gonNA claim that I would like to be a black man getting arrested or anything like that but I will go ahead and say that you know. Kamala Harris is part of that club. Hey Drum did you go out? Is there anything going on in Charleston in South Carolina? You see me at any dog poop part. I can promise you that. Didn't somebody get like strangled at a pool party? What happened with a Pool Party? You got to help me out. No there was some guy. somebody for Positive for the COVID. Nineteen that why does two parties was in Missouri last week? You saw that now they gotTa Quarantine. They got a big out. Find out who else is tested. Positive is so crazy foods. Were saying you can stick. Hey so what put on dry. Are you saying that you wouldn't go to a protest in Charleston? Just because you're I wouldn't go to a pool party okay. I'm asking about protests not pool parties Keeper my is there anything going on though I mean. Have you heard anything happening in? Charleston was some protested today. Okay because there was a lot going on today. Thank you for the call Jeremiah. Appreciate it. I went to the one in Manchester New Hampshire today which was going to say larger than I thought it was going to be. You know I it's New Hampshire right. It's a small place. The the protests that happened in favor of reopening New Hampshire that that captain you into one of those with me on toes maybe four or five hundred people at the at the State House which I consider to be big for New Hampshire. It was certainly at the time the largest that I'd been to at that State House. This protest was maybe two or three times the size of that one. There were a lot of people that came out today. I'd say well over a thousand people enough people to stretch the complete length of the block. So they were as they were walking or marching around the block By the time they came back around to the other side of the block there were still marchers. That had just been leaving the park on the on the opposite side so they literally stretched the entire block not the hugest city block in the world. But it's you know it's no slouch. It's a large park anyway. There were probably a thousand and fifteen hundred people at this event and one of the reasons I wanted to go. Beyond just the fact that I support You know ending the state and protests like this are good thing Was because I don't WanNA see private property. Destruction happening now. I'm just one guy but if we could bring enough liberty minded folks people who care about private property rights Which Libertarians tend to If we can bring enough of them to this event and we can be interspersed within the crowd. That maybe that could help. Deescalate a situation from becoming disruptive it would help if they didn't inject agent provocateurs into the situation and I would say that If there were prevent that but there is a bunch of evidence. Supporting that in MINNEAP. Oh Yeah we can talk about that. If you WANNA make a note we we can come back to the agents provocateur because there is some pretty firm evidence that the guy that broke the window in. Minneapolis was a cop The toll free number is eight fifty five four fifty free in all black of course eight five five four five zero three seven three three. You can bring up whatever you want your share your thoughts on the riots. The next generation wallet is coming from Divvy. In just a few taps you'll be able to send earn spend an exchange digital money in seconds. 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I don't know if a second police department has yet been burned but boy if they can burn a second one then that'll be a trend and things will get really interesting. That things are already pretty interesting. Given what has gone down the last few days all of this of course following the the madness and the crackdowns from Kobe. You've got a bunch of people who are Well frankly board the been unemployed and a lot of cases they don't thirty million people newly employed in the last ten weeks. There's a lot of people who literally have nothing better to do who are upset in a lot of cases and rightfully so for various different reasons and you know what here's an opportunity to go out and do something now. Will it make a difference? Will it end or change the system? One thing's for sure in Minneapolis. They definitely decided to arrest that cop when they previously had not made that decision after. It seemed seems awfully coincidental that the next day after their police department on fire that the guy got arrested because previously they had a failing of cops guarding that man's house by the way. So if you WANNA comment. You're welcome to join us here. Eight hundred five four fifty free like freedom wall. Go to your phone calls where Robert is on the line also listening in Charleston South Carolina to WTO mango had Robert. Yes I just wanted to point out that you know Martin. Luther King was very smart man. He realized that the best way to do something is with peaceful demonstrations. You Start Burning Intelligence. You'RE GONNA have a tremendous number of people who are not going to take that in stride. And they will they will. They will return the fire. You'll you'll have fire coming from both sides. That's not the way to do it. And as a matter of fact. It destroys clause okay. Maybe the next day they get arrested guy but they would probably going to arrest in anyhow. I mean there was enough on the on. Those four cameras were photographing the situation. So there's very little chance he would not been arrested. I mean I like the the notion of what you're saying but like up to the point of what you just said we just don't know and that's the problem is is. We can't make a scientific comparison. There's no control group here to see whether things would have happened or not. There have been arrests. There have not been arrested. There certainly have been a myriad of police killings over the years where there hasn't been in our interest. Well Yeah but there doesn't need to be interested in every killing and that's what somebody kills an innocent person then there probably should be an arrest and there's been a myriad myriad of them where they have not innocent until proven guilty and even the next day I could be totally different and those things evolve slowly. Well I wouldn't be surprised to have you Robert. Who's called this show before and basically related the police on the air here on free. Talk Live doesn't surprise me that you would call in to say. Oh don't you dare how you know? Oh you're so ineffective. Don't burn down the police station. Well as far as I'm concerned if the station is empty burn it down. And that's actually what they did because They waited until the police evacuated the station. The police had gone up to the roof of the Minneapolis. Third Precinct Department. They had fired on the crowd from the roof with you know rubber bullets or whatever on so-called non-lethal things which many many of those can do some pretty significant damage to the human body and then they they got the orders to leave the building they climbed in all their police cruisers. There's video footage as they're leaving the facility where they actually bust through their own fence because there's like a you know fenced gate their whatever they bust through the gate. They don't even bother to try to open the thing. Take off down the road and then the The protesters got inside and proceeded to breach through the entire building. They you know from what I understand. They were initially held up. By whatever security measures there are inside these institutional facilities but somehow they got through all that and there's a point in the night where I was watching live at like two. Am or something like that where you can see. The protesters made it to the roof of the building so they totally went in that placing and got full access to the entire building. I don't think they torched the entire thing. 'cause the fire seemed to be relatively small but it definitely did some serious damage to that particular Robert And to my point. Is there a point where violence should be used in protest to one government because it is founded on that low? There's no need for that. It's been counterproductive. I disagree with you there. Because I think assurance always counterproductive. You are living in a country where it literally produced a new country. Yeah I mean I'm not saying again that this is a good idea. I don't know yeah I just say I'm going to say is not a good idea. Generally I'm opposed to it and I thank you Robert for your call tonight. I was having a conversation today with a young lady. Asking me questions about New Hampshire to declaring independence because I had a bunch of I wonder what the French would think about saying that Revolutions excuse me the violence never produces anything. Well I mean ultimately if violence are your seeds than that is what you're going to later on a state. The only thing the state does is violence or threat of rats and coercion so the only way to combat that is to equal the threat of violence. I don't know I don't agree with necessarily with that. I think that piece I guess if the government is afraid of the people in the same way or more than people are afraid of governments. Then you might have a shot at producing some chain and there's happy had that right with the fear thing right so there have been riots in the past and we don't again we don't know what the world looks like without them there. No control groups. We don't get to say that the government grew more or less or whatever but there is certainly an underlying threat that at some point or another there will be violence if the government continues a what basically amounts to bad customer service. These people in by these people. I mean the protesters and rioters right. If they want to affect change then I think something like burning down a police department. After it's been evacuated is star. It'll get attention but they should be doing other things and we've suggested as much previously on previous shows like oh I don't know surrounding your mayor's house just surrounding it doing anything just surrounding it. Letting them know that you're there and you're not going to s which is why this mayor in Minneapolis. Sound so good right on if you've heard any of the quotes from the guy. But he sounds like he's got a you know he's got his s together. He's got a level about this issue. He's with the protesters on the George. Floyd wants to see some sort of justice or whatever that's because he unwanted protesters showing up outside his house. He's no fool. He wants to get reelected. You Know Olga. Focus these protesters anger on the police rather than my house than he feels like. That's a good thing to do. So he's going to do. That's the politically expedient thing for for him to do but But one of the things. I was telling this person that that's the protest today was I'm not quite a pacifist. Was talking about pacifism and I said well I generally. I'm against violence with the exception of defense right or defensive another person or whatever and gave her an example about that and But I don't consider burning a police station down to be violence. That's just you're just retaking the thing that they stole from you. They stole the money from everybody. S okay you got a claim to it if you WANNA burn it down to it. Eight fifty five four fifty free. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three. It is an institution of violence and the fire and the flames is a way to combat that peacefully. More coming up here moments freetalklive letters. Irs Give you anxiety. Dan Pilla. I've defended people from the IRS. For more than forty years my book how to get tax. Amnesty created the tax resolution industry and is responsible for helping hundreds of thousands of people. It can help you. 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It's Ian the captain and Mark So we've been talking about the ongoing and spreading protests slash. Riots are the riots phase two or phase three of the reopening process Yeah well it's GonNa be hard to reopen a business after it's been torched to the ground and of course that's the real downside of these riots. Is there just in some cases these are crowds of people? Who are looking to just destroy anything at all. They are indiscriminate in what they target they just WanNa see something. Burn and it's it's sad because as you pointed out earlier captain kick ass. Finally the protesters in Minneapolis got it right and targeted the actual Organization that they should have targeted rather than the liquor store The Indian food restaurant and several other businesses. They actually went after the police department and successfully breached made the cops leave the place and burned it down but they did set it on fire. It's funny because people on almost any point of the entire political spectrum almost uniformly agree. Almost that cops are. There's something wrong with cops. There's something wrong with police. You know. They do bad things and all right like I find very few people who are like except for maybe the one caller who are like. Oh the cops are great. I love cops. You know I find very few people who aren't maybe the cops lives matter flags out there. They're I mean circles. You run in. Captain must be it. Must be as the cops and there's the friends of the Kaaba and there's the family what I'm saying is here are is is that it's a few bad apples but remember bad. The whole saying. Is this a few bad apples? Spoil the and The concern here is is that not that. There are a few bad apples. Because there's going to be a few bad apples in every organization. The question is what do you do as an organization to weed out those apple? They haven't done anything and well. Yeah and then. That's what happens. These people you have a will often. That's the case right. And that's what happens when you have an organization that's unaccountable and that's almost the definition of the government like cops have what's some kind of immunity as a liquefied immunity qualified immunity now if another s term for. Oh let them get away with it I mean. Would you want qualified immunity for your taxi driver? The person who takes care of delivering water to your You know the the water treatment plant me. Like run somebody down in the course of their duty. If the Water Treatment Plant Guy Drops You know way too much bleacher arsenic or whatever into the The water and kills you know a thousand people. Hey you know absent accidents happen. No you want. Responsibility for people and people who have responsibility tend to act better. I've heard the notion that if you and I kind of like it is is that. Hey take these police brutality settlements out of the cops pension and I'll bet you they'll be a heck of a lot less problems and I agree that the protesters have that protesters going after private businesses and burning them. Down Really. Don't aren't doing anything to make the world a better place but drawing their own neighborhoods. I am skeptical. That going after the police stations are going to do anything but make a radical libertarian. Talk show hosts Giddy with Glee. Oh there's a lot of people who are happy to see that. Let me tell you when the that police department was on fire a couple of nights ago some people that just want to watch the world burn. You're right. They busted out the popcorn. No there's some people who specifically wanted to see that happen. It was like a real moment for like the neighbors across the street. Their Group of Liberty Minded folks here They were out on their porch celebrating That when it happened there was a lot of people I think around the United States and probably elsewhere in the world who were very very happy to see that police department gets shake my head. It's I don't think this is a solution to anything I don't know. Would you propose? I'm telling you cannot stop the state the states the what do nothing Joe. Just a second. I'm GonNa tell you what happens. Is the government always eats itself? It gets bigger and bigger and bigger. And you'll finally collapses the best thing you can do is move if you're getting poor customer service from the government you know where you live you got to leave and go someplace elsewhere to go. Every place has the government sadly I think well I think that some some are better than others. Wouldn't you agree? Yeah I would agree with you on that and you know but they're still hurting people everywhere on the planet we're working really hard to make freer places all the time and I think what happens Libertarians. Now they're not trying my. I'M GONNA save voting every two or four years eight working real hard. That's not what I'm claiming. That's what most of them were project right now. You are working hard then fine. I'll believe you libertarian. Involved in most of them don't do anything for run for political office once every two to four years where they are. The police station isn't going to do anything either. I didn't say those people were Libertarians. I they're they're not creating more liberty I well. I don't know about that if you get the cops to exit at a particular area and not come back then. Wouldn't that give that place more liberty? They're coming back ultimately. It's the politicians They're the ones who create the laws. The police departments simply enforce the laws of the politicians create and so if the anger true. I wish I wish that that was true. Please go to Testify against bills all the time. They give their opinion on these things and often and rarely rarely. Do I ever see a police officer at the State House testifying for more freedom for people right. I mean it's a personality type and the personality type is just simply likes control. Their control oriented personality type of the Police. Enforce the laws that the politics simply enforce. They don't well in. I guess I'm advocate for more laws. I don't know how do they do. They frequently go to testify at the State House to have more law. The reason the marijuana remains illegal in this country for as long as it did largely had to do with police unions an organization police commanders. More evidence that it's a horrible organization. Type something people unfortunately mark most people aren't GonNa do suggesting which is to say. Pick up their lives in move and even if they do. They're still going to be violent cops where they are even a Manchester New Hampshire which most assuredly is a more or a less violent place generally than some of the bigger cities in in the United States. There's still some violent cops there. There's still some cops who showed some people. There are still some. There have been some situations where Manchester Police have locked down. Swaths of the city under total police lockdown. If it's the last decade if the response to one police officers misbehavior is. You're talking about the Joe. This situation there at least four officers involved in that they were there but I mean the one guy killed him right well there are actually at least according to another video that has surfaced to the other officers were assisting in holding the man down which may have contributed to his death and the fact is if they stand there even if it was just one man doing it and the other three were standing and watching then it will be completely outrageous those three to stand around and do nothing when they could have been like. Whoa hey you've gone too far. Pulled the dude off of him and arrested him without any kind of violence. What's going on here? Is that likely? I mean I've seen this knee on the back on the upper back thing. A great deal and the difference between upper back and neck isn't too far plus the fact that this happens a lot and people. Don't try to say this was an accident. Is that what you're saying? I don't know if it was an accident and you don't either well from what people have said. They said it looked like murder to them. If I if you look. That's the reason we have a system that we have to listen to morons who say it looks like murder judicial system to determine whether it's murder or not and you got a guy telling you he can't breathe. I I hear you okay and the dude stays on for five minutes for better or worse. Police are trained to not listen to people that they're arresting that they're not those kinds should be lucky. They're alive right now. They're lucky that the people haven't gotten so pissed off that they got in there and murdered that cop before he could kill that other guy. I'm sure that some people would like to do that. And the judicial system is created to protect criminals not to protect you. The society or the judicial system is protecting criminals in the case of protecting the police from any kind of responsibility for their murders that they're committing. I mean for you to sit there and defend this. Conversation is what are just as guilty. Even if they didn't squeeze the life out of that man's throat they are just as guilty as that cop who did because they all that they did was just stand by and watch. They are accessories to that murder arguably they are guilty of felony murder simply because they were there and did nothing that you would have to prove that those people knew that that guy was killing that guy and I'm not entirely clear but let's let's play the supposition Game Real Quick. Because I just WanNa make this point if you me and Ian. Tonight with the studio downtown keying here hearing got claiming that we say and we had. We had somebody videotaping us the whole time. Yup and we found somebody. We held him down to the ground and one of US kneeled on his neck until he died. How long before? Three of us were arrested. It wouldn't take long at all. There are certainly a different level of justice or police. My point is that. Why does it take a riot for this one officer? One of the four. It's a great question to become arrested arrested and occur ahead of time and I don't know I would say that yes The chances are good that that guy is probably going to get convicted of something and probably should be. But I don't know what about the rest toll free number tonight. Eight fifty four fifty free. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three. You can bring up what you want and you can take control of the airways. Our number two is next. We got plenty of time for you and your thoughts. Eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom. This is free. Talk Live remember when you first heard about bitcoin. 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You might have the West Coast. Pacifica or whatever it would be California Washington and Oregon so there might be some federations or confederations. But it's certainly not going to be the Russians invading. The United Steel likely wouldn't it would just be China grabbing Basically most of the globe my opinion would be that the quote fall of the United States unquote would look a lot like the fall of the former Soviet Union and they break smaller countries. You know they federate to get just just like you said that's kind of what it would look like going but I've got some folks here who've been waiting patiently so want to go to the phones. Our toll free number is eight fifty five four fifty eight five five four five zero. Three seven hundred. Let's talk to Jill. She's in Richmond Virginia listening to W. N. T. W. go ahead Jill. Yes I think what? This is outrageous. Don't put me on the jury because I already think he's guilty as hell thing about the thing about writing their remark about burning down a police state because you pay taxes for that they take into account the fact that other people have also paid tax for it. And it's not not just your individual playstation two belongs to the other people to well that is the tragedy of the Commons right. Where the idea of Communally owned property whether it be a park or a police station or whatever government facility it is we're talking about Whenever everybody owns a thing that nobody actually owns it and I for nobody paid taxes. They take taxes. This is true tax taking from them but they were from whole lot of other people to my point. And that's what I think about. I was talking about this this to a friend of mine who is also a police officer and I say I said that the the And what they did. I think it's murder but that does that give you the right to destroy somebody store duty. Does this thrown or do you? And she said she thought that might bring about change and might cost at night. 'cause something to go better. I don't believe in in taxes but I don't think it's right the sacrificing innocent person store because some good you want I totally agree with you there and you know what we what again. I was watching. Some of these live streams over the last couple of days in the in the overnights. Because that's when the most interesting stuff is happening and you can. Sometimes you can hear the excuses for this. The stream in particular Unicorn riot is definitely run by a communist because he kept talking about expropriation. He was saying that people the the WHO we would call. Looters work so-called expropriating the thing you need the proletariat the things from the target or the other stores which is you know. Another term for stealing ran the way they justify this stealing. Is They say oh well. They're corporations they've got insurance. They can rebuild the target but the victim can't get his life back they likely do have insurance and likely that doesn't justify it. No at the stores likely do have insurance. They likely do. And it's true that target will be fine after all is said and done but that doesn't it still doesn't excuse not making excuses for destroying target account against all the private property destruction. That's been going on in these protests but saying well target can come back so it's no big deal. Well what about the bookstore owner? What about the guy that owned the liquor store about the guy that owned the Indian restaurant that got? It doesn't seem to be any discrimination here. They're not going leaving one shop hitting another shop going to more shops down. It's just everything's on the Arby's they've dates completely. Torched Arby's in Minneapolis roast beef. Yes yeah it was really sad. Jill thanks for sharing your thoughts tonight. I always appreciate hearing from you. The toll free numbers eight hundred five four fifty free like freedom. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three so the the sort of this appeal that they make to well target can come back but you can't bring back the victims life. That's true but it's still not okay to destroy like even if you think targets an evil corporation right because that was one of the other excuses. The guy in the stream was like well target All corporations are evil to these leftists. Do things so now. To that extent there is a point because corporations are government. Fix Yes discharge as a wave right favorites action by governments in trade and a free market. These are natural human behaviors and the fact that somebody may do business as corporation in an atmosphere halfway that benefits corporations because all the other you don't WanNa give another business the this huge tremendous. I mean if Walmart was run as a family partnership or a sole proprietorship or any of these other. I mean this isn't GonNa stop these looters route from destroy. Nearly as I've learned recently particularly from the move to New Hampshire the use of corporations can be favorable to an individual seeking legal protection. I don't like the idea of corporations but I live in a world with corporations event myself from having you know these these legal fictions in so much as I then You know expose myself preference would be legal. Fiction didn't exist and everybody had equal playing field of free market. People should be responsible for their actions. Let includes politicians. Police Officers Rier rioters looters and whomever else right. So when you go to the Police Department you got my support when you protest or even even burn the thing down peacefully you got when you go to when you go to the police chiefs house when you go to the police officers house when you go to the mayor's house you've got my support because letting them know that you're dissatisfied in a form of a protest. Yeah that's what I was talking about. It burned down their. I didn't say that okay By if you're targeting the actual people who are doing this violence then you've got my support as soon as you burn down. Somebody's business. That has nothing whatsoever to do with this situation than I am. No longer in support of what's going on but the thing is with a public event like this like these you don't know who's going to show up and that's part of the problem is you can't control cases it's agents provocateur. That's where I was going with this So autozone that was smashed in Minneapolis. A couple of days ago ended up being torched and burn completely burned. The autozone window was I smashed the first because again a lot of these things. It's a crowd Mob Mentality Right. If one person does an act of violence other people kiosk and they follow up with with more acts of destruction and the police know this and some of these cops are even worse than some of the other cops. So what happened. I don't know how ends up but I mean there's there's ample evidence in past riots. I don't know about this one but in past riots of agents provocateur evidence. Is there and insurance act? The the kids take killings way way way back. It's beginning the. There's there's evidence that that was it and the provocateur there. Yeah so in this case and I'm not GonNa say it was an agent provocateur in every you know smashing or destruction or whatever way right it's a case of the autozone which was one of the earliest ones by the way. This was the beginning. Essentially the autozone was one of the very first buildings to be destroyed in Minneapolis. Over the last few days they got into the zone there. There was a guy dressed in all black. Who had a gas mask on like a full on filters gas mask? He had gas mask on was carrying a black umbrella. Yup and he shows up into and just smashes in one of the windows on the autozone starts to immediately leave the scene. The Internet quickly dubbed him the umbrella man. Yeah and the other protesters that were around. There were not in support of what he did. They actually came after him with video and started asking him questions while he's like as quickly as he can asked him if he was an F. In Cop that happened right. So and he's like big hulking guy and he turns around and because there's like this little black guy comes up to him and he says if somebody like hold. My blunt goes after this guy and he's trying to hold them accountable for for bashing in the window. The COP turns or what we thought was a cop and turns out he is he turns around and tries to menace this dude to get him to stop following him then he asked him sees a cop. Well what happened was the Internet started to investigate the sky. They found photos of Saint. Paul police officer that the is matched up on this guy. You can see through the gas mask. And then his ex girlfriend came out and said Yeah. That's him. I recognize his gates. 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That's true as well. Let's go to your phone calls and thoughts. You can share your thoughts on whatever's on your mind let's go to Greg. He's in Rockford Michigan listening to W. T. K. G. Greg. Hey Hey what's on your mind I I love you guys show. It's provocative thinks I Heard a report from our grand rapids wood. Tv would radio. Both the mayor of Ministers may applesauce and the and the governor of Minnesota said that a lot of these protesters that were doing the destruction. We're not even from the city or the state of Minnesota and you guys touched on that. Finally the agents of probe provocative tour. I guess you would be all them And that's was actually kinda going round the country now. The agents of provocative tour They're not actual residents destroying their own property. That's people coming in that. Come in and say. Hey Hey I'd say burned down the target but the you know then we're surprise it. Turns out the guy who destroyed the auto zone or began. The destruction of the ozone was apparently an undercover police officer. Now whether he was being paid to go and do that or he just wanted to go and start some s so he would have the excuse to crack some heads later than other questions. We don't know what the reason is. But I can tell you that There's been instances where they arrest firemen for setting fire because they WANNA put out fires for this specific Guy Saint Paul Police Department in this from the Independent. The State Police Department acted to curb speculation and address. The rumor in a series of tweets. Telling him the officer in question had an alibi was on duty. They said we are aware of the social media posts. That Aronie Asli identifies one of our officers as the person. The umbrella man as shown on video breaking Windows Minneapolis. The tweet reads. We've seen it. We've looked into it and it's fall liars. The police are denying that it's the same dude. These are the same cops who lie about a ton of crap. Hey thanks for the call Greg. I appreciate hearing from you. Who are in fact legally allowed to lie to you and trained to lie to you so why anybody believes these people I will never understand it. We hear what you say is not false. They are certainly allowed to lie to you. And they're trained to lie to you in certain circumstances And what you're what you've said as far as the girlfriend identifying this cop appears to be true what you know. I don't know whether this is the case. The police are the ones. You're supposed to investigate. They're they're going to investigate that problem in giving over a monopoly back to you more of your calls here. Jacob is in Farmington New Mexico says he is in law enforcement. Good Jacob Yes sir I've been a law enforcement for over a decade This in investigations where we've arrested Fired and charged Not only other fellow cops but really Detention officers and let me preface this with I'm totally four Stay protests not burning things down in fact. I think we're GONNA have one up here soon. I don't know and I just went. I'm still conversation but I just don't know if some of this rhetoric is is unhealthy. I mean I can tell you For my point of view with the department I work with most if not all are we got. Do this job to help people right. I mean there's GONNA be bad happens. I understand that But I mean lumping all cops together as bad guys in that we're going lie and key and beat people. I just I mean. Is this healthy for? I hope that had happened here. But you would agree. That police are allowed to lie in the course of investigation right. It's an investigation. But we're not I mean. We can't hold their police reports certain things. But if we're interrogating someone yeah we can. Can I just want to make this clear? Is that once? That's one of the issues. They're trying to in the course of an investigation if it's a problem in the course of an investigation if you lie. It's not well and let me let me be clear to. I'm not I'm I don't work for the Fed so if you lie to me I could. It's not like I'm not going to you it is for the FBI. Where by the way? The doesn't take the time to even use a recording device. Like they were doing. I don't know in the seventies and every other policing organization so the FBI is a completely different animal as far as it goes here and there. Accountability appears to be Significantly even less Jacob. I see where you're coming from and I do appreciate that. There are some law enforcement people who did get into law enforcement for what they believed. Were the right reasons. It is frustrating to see. People who are think are intending to be good. Take a job where they are instructed to hurt peaceful people on a regular basis whether it be somebody who might possess a plant or a chemical that has not been approved by their government masters or whether it be harassment. Teenagers for drinking underage as probably ninety percent of police did when they were underage. I agree and I didn't look I didn't I didn't WanNa get into politics but I am four. I want big time less government. Okay on there for that and I. I don't why a lot of the laws on the books in New Mexico. I think they're just Me Why why the hell do we need them? But my other go ahead. That's that's my question though to look this is I like my job. If the job at feed my family but What at some point and I don't like all the laws but what what the better thing to do and I mean that's a question Jake of end that we're not gonNA have a whole lot of time to get into all the details on the answer tonight. But the better do if he does not have a monopoly on protective services actually have an open marketplace where people could pay for the services that they're looking for and not be forced to pay for murder and things like that were coming up here. Thanks for the call Jacob. I appreciate it when we adopted buddy to is Laugh we didn't know but you eat like a normal dog. 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Kansas sheriffs department there the property Has been the good stuff has been taken out one hundred and forty five thousand dollars in cash numerous firearms and all of the drugs you know from cocaine police who raided their own room or are you saying protesters say that to the officers in charge of the property room our stuff specs that charge itself Yeah I think that the value of the narcotics over a million dollars. Wow so the Perez charge them and what's good about it? Is that fifty of cases. They dismissed thirty of them already. 'cause say well the is gone so we can't go to court that does make me think how many of the How much do you WANNA bet precinct? Three in Minneapolis right before the cops took off. They also took the evidence out of the evidence room but didn't mention it right like Oh whoops we left it there except they stuff their pockets of the drugs police precinct. Oh yeah well and you hear great point. Yeah you hear stories all the time about folks who got busted with you know. Oh Yeah I knew that dude got busted. He had forty pounds of marijuana on them. But then the report is like twenty five. Exactly the French connection. Yeah the to walk that when that heroin was seized by police the to police officers took it from the property room. They sold it back to the You know the dealers. The mob and that they were just fired. That's it. That's how a lot of times by the way when the police get. Don't let the police fool you. Because most of the time they won't fire officers they just kind of brush it under the rug and You know the police investigation. The internal investigation comes up and says well our officers were doing things by the book. We're going to give them a promotion. That's usually what happens but on the rare occasion that you actually see an officer fired in the case of Minneapolis Minneapolis. They did fire but on the rare occasion. You see an officer fired nine times Outta ten. That guy's name will pop up again in the news because some department across the state hires him so most of the time when cops are other state or wherever they're not actually blackballed from policing they're just fired from that one department and then they're free to go and get a job at any other department anywhere else happens. All the time in fact with the Parkland remember the Parkland shooting few years ago in in Florida where there was a mass shooting at a high school campus and the key there was there was a cop who got fired. Because he didn't do anything remember him cowering outside of the the shooting just waiting for whatever we use waiting for more cops show up or whatever. He didn't do anything. They made a big show about firing that guy. He got rehired this year with fullback. Pay so I mean just because they fire a cop doesn't mean he's actually gone from policing imagine this Derek Shobin guy just thinking about how much back pay. He's GonNa get whenever he's hired at another police department. Tom Thank you for your call and sharing your thoughts with us here. And you're right. I mean that's destroying this private property. It's just so sad. They make these excuses. These communists make their excuses about well. You know the one life is more important than than target or these corporations this and that but what I don't know mean think about it for a second I mean how much has target brought to our world in so much as it makes our lives better. I mean you know all the lives that came before us. How much their lives sucks. I mean think about your grandfather and grandmother and how difficult their lives were Either great grandfathers. I mean exactly winded. Indoor plumbing come along target makes it a lot easier to live a much better life. What is that worth? Look I'm a critic of target? And some of these mega corporations right like one of the guys on the Stream at Unicorn riot pointed out that there are some allegations. Apparently that target has hired slave labor in China In the case of the the the Muslims who are being in enslaved in camps in northwestern China and so I mean those things are wrong target. Of course also was verbally visually supporting the the idea of a national service program. I just want to say this because it seems super obvious. But who the heck named that company horrible right like your name is frigging target asking for like I mean. Couldn't you have named Your Company? Something slightly different than a red bull's. Let's go to Mike. He's in. He's on the road to Nashville. Mike you're on free. Talk Live with Ian Captain Kick Ass mark. How's IT I wonder say Well The future here making a prediction so well first off. Everybody agrees that that was wrong. That guy you know the Stop Sir. Bird Everyone Ashley about his name. Derek jeter yeah one of them everybody. Everybody on the globe is in agreement with that. You know But the future coming which I it's a little bit here is the MVP the medical ever. It's GonNa Come Out Day all right. Well he you know. He had some sort of pre existing condition sort of arteries saying that. They're already saying that. Okay so that means that like please stop. Sir contributed to his murder which she'll probably get manslaughter. And if it's just gonNA start riots again efforts conviction and they're going to be enough an interesting question and it's pretty clear. Probably that's the case because I mean it's like this is the first guy that had a knee in his upper back or neck or wherever this knee went and but he does appear to be one of the first to die from it. And but if you were there anybody but a police officer did this particular activity. This would absolutely be called a murder. Even if it was a contributing factor to the death as opposed to because. I mean you're just supposed to be doing that and I don't think it's in the manual either from what I can From what cops are saying on the Internet now. I hope he'll probably fifteen to twenty. I mean it's just you know you can't live at anytime fifteen to twenty months. Maybe I don't think he's going to do any time. Yeah no no no. It's like I you know you can't say that when he clocked in first shift and studies. You know I'm GONNA go out and arrest somebody burder personally. That's my I mean. I know a lot of people are heated up here but it doesn't look like first degree murder. Mike thank you for the call. I definitely appreciate hearing from you tonight for the call us any old time. We got plenty more free. Talk live on the way phones are loaded up the to. We'll say there does appear to be some relationship previously between the perpetrator and the victim. They worked at the same place at turned out. 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That's eight five five five zero three seven three three and it's just so frustrating twenty twenty and you still can't say the F. Word Well on the radio nothing. I'm dying to say the F. Word on the radio but I think that what what's fair to do is make. Let's make a comparison. I mean who are we trying to protect the children? It's always the children as if as if ladies and gentlemen look at yourself like think about your birth date and try to imagine a ten year old with his transistor radio bedtime. Being nine o'clock stuff makes sense. I mean any other words coming into my mouth sound like reality say a ten year old with his transistor radio underneath his covers listening to free talk. Live plus and being shocked and appalled by saying the f-bomb whereas how about this that same ten year old goes over to. His friend's house grabs their IPAD. Goes on some porn website sees word perform. When I was ten years old. I was listening to the doctor. Demento show on Sunday nights after bedtime I would sneak my emerson. Little Cheap Emerson boombox into my bedroom and turn on the doctor Demento show and listen to all the demented music love. It love it because I wasn't allowed to right exactly well. My mother heard that Benny Hill theme song and I had to change the channel. We're going to the phones here. You can share your thoughts but even even now you've got politicians like trump who say profanities regularly as you know part of the things that they do gets reported on So can we play the live feed from Minneapolis? No legally we probably it would be an interesting argument because on one hand it's news we should be able to report the news without having a sensor and is protected by free speech You would think but on the other hand the AFC says you can't say the F. Word on the radio and people on that feet or saying the F. Word you had mentioned that it's twenty twenty and you know that kind of thing and we've talked about twenty twenty. I wonder what twenty twenty it's GonNa look like in hindsight excellent question. Clearly I would think we go back to your calls dots. Derek J. Freeman is on our discord lines. Derek a life is good here in Peaceful Portsmouth New Hampshire Fuller out having parties and the businesses are serving customers and nothing is on fire. It's a great place to be if you love freedom. Did you guys have a protest today in Portsmouth? I don't think so okay. Can you go inside of a bar in Portsmouth and have a cocktail in air conditioning? Answers doctor demento rocks that last caller is incorrect. That everyone agrees that that guy was in the wrong the officer. It's easy in hindsight to say that because we know what happened but in the moment there's no way they could have known that the guy was going to die and I think cooling crushing his throat and they could have known that they were squeezing the life out of him because he let them know by saying he couldn't breathe. That's the first show that you're killing people under arrest. Say That and you and I know I've been like hey you know this. These are two tie these. I've I've been under arrest and I've never said I can't breathe because no compass choking me. I've been under arrest. Told them that the handcuffs were too tight and they actually loosened them up for me. Sure they get that all the time and I think in some cases the right to ignore it so I just wanNA play John Adams. He defended the red coats in the involved in the Boston. Massacre here and I say. Espn is wrong. That what they were doing is murder. Because that involves knowing that you're killing someone and I know I have a bias against cobs but I value Justice and truth more than painting the world with my bias. So think about this Ian you say the cop with his knee on the guy's neck knew he was murdering the suspect and the other three cops standing by this days yet. So why would they do that because they can get away with it but they have body cameras on? Its broad daylight stopped or if they do this crap all the time Derek J. and you know that Ron Corning it Markaz wrong that. They're just taking businesses at random. There was a store that had a big sign that said this is a black owned business and it was completely passed by. What would it be like? If someone put up a sign that said this is a white own business and they pass that by. Destroy the others. What would we say about that? I don't know it doesn't sound likely and boy. It's great people recognize agents provocateur. Because that happens they are there and it's very bad but it's important for people to record and there's so many people recording with their video cameras and thank. God that they're doing that because the more video the more reality we know what actually happened and I think these people who were stealing and looting should be identified and brought to justice because stealing is wrong and looting has no place in a civilized society totally agree that they'll probably get them later with the cameras and stuff like that. I mean at some point but I saw a zoom in some of you know one white kid amongst a sea of looters who were not white and he was Getting Away with a new set of legos. Said there'd be more liberty if the cops never came back but I don't think he's right. I think that there is currently more liberty in a situation with police because the people don't have the philosophy of liberty already ingrained in them. They don't have personal responsibility. They see the cops are gone. They go right to looting they do crime and so I say there's more liberty for a person who's a business owner. They are not do crime if there's business owners guarding their stores with weapons. There's a great story happening actually. It is daily caller DOT COM. Had A story a few days ago about a group of self described quote heavily armed rednecks guarded several shops against looters Wednesday night as riots erupted across Minneapolis Minnesota reformer reporter Mass Max as two men with rifles standing outside a tobacco shop to identify themselves. One man responded free Americans while the men being apple is looks like a situation of more liberty. I think you're crazy. I didn't say the kind of liberty that I would want were. You said that if the cops don't come back they'd have more liberty. I I don't see that as reality at all given what the people are acting like right now. I'd say they have more liberty if they can trust that there's when people steal from their store. There's going to be consequences. Yeah well there should be consequences but you can't count on the police to provide those consequences. You've got to do it yourself. Well I guess this is proof that you can't count on the police to because the police ran but they create the created. The problem to start with that's right But at the same time it's been a long time coming. You know what I would say. It's not like we have to have poor customer service in the form of a service organization. You do badly if you do. If it's a monopoly. I I don't know about you guys but I would rather have the freedom to seek justice to my own personal satisfaction and there's depend on the state for me had that at one point and it's the reason that we have the judicial system. We have today hold on. Be Murdered so hold on. That's not true. No it's not if you look at Detroit so there's a recent example of what I'm talking about Derek and I would think that you'd be aware of this. Maybe you've forgotten about the threat. I think it's called the threat. Different Center distributed Think I thought it was threat to distributors. Yeah that might be but defense distributed makes the the ghost counter there. That's different They'll brown yeah in Detroit. The police literally did just kind of leave. A few sections of the city of Detroit have not lived there. That's what I've read. Okay I've seen interviews with Dale Brown from the Threat Management Center and so you had a situation where the police department in certain areas Detroit basically said well. We're just going to be open business hours Monday through Friday. Maybe weekends but you can't come here at night anymore. You can't re and if you tried to like reports something that was going on they wouldn't show up at. Aw wouldn't be like you'd wait an hour or two they just wouldn't come and so the euro. Yeah we'll tell our listeners. What HE DID. This guy created a private defense company that offers different levels of service to people. You want somebody twenty four seven on your property. He's got that you want somebody driving through every hour every three hours or whatever you want to team up with other neighborhoods to do a large contract between the different neighborhoods for these private defense people. He's got that you want to go there and do a self defense course where they teach you how to defend yourself and learn with the best locks are to put on your house. He's got that so there's different levels of service that you can buy from this guy. He is providing business owners and neighbors individuals with protection services in the absence of the state. And that's what would rise up. Yeah you would see some chaos for a little while after the police leave given area in Detroit. People aren't going to put up with that crap for long. They want to have a normal life. That doesn't involve being afraid when they leave. Their houses in the marketplace will respond if it were free to do so but right now it's not because if you try to compete with the police they'll consider you a competing gang in the rest you G. I hope you're right but a collapse. State is not the same thing as a libertarian. Paradise more freedom but less liberty in the short-term you're right these people don't the short-term people don't well you could die tonight These people don't talk in Keene New Hampshire and most people aren't dying from the riots there. Anyway these people are not Libertarians. Okay so obviously. Whatever it is that comes after this if they manage to take down the system like some of them want to do. They don't know what they want to replace it with to get them. To have the libertarian philosophy. They must first be incentivized to be responsible what they want they want a cart full of. Tv's began got. Thank you for the call man. I definitely appreciate it. We got our number three. That's not fair mark. Not all of them. Are there to loot in fact I would say it's probably a minority of what are thousands of individuals who are out in the streets in Minneapolis. There's more coming up. Free Talk Live. Remember when you first heard about bitcoin? How long did it take? You realize this little project would soon change the world. The you kind of wish you had gotten involved sooner. Well now's your chance to be part of the next revolution in money. Inter coin is working to finally make crypto go mainstream. It's designed to be scalable enough to support every day payments and even elections without the state. Bitcoin was originally supposed to be a peer to peer cash system. 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Various different aspects of this The recent riots protests that have erupted across the United States starting in Minneapolis with the latest murder by the police. This one set people off and rightfully so. Unfortunately there's a lot of people who've used this as an excuse to simply Steal things loot destroy and punish innocent business owners that have absolutely nothing to do with were not supporters of the police where they learn to do that. From where did they learn to take advantage of these types of situations for their own personal gain? What suggesting government but in the idea that never let crisis go to waste good thing. It certainly happened with covid. Government attempted to expand power. And we can see that. Did attempt expansive of the power. That is not their intent to protect you. Small business or anything else right. Yeah the police are not there to protect you. They they cut and ran out of the third police precinct in Minneapolis in the protesters. I'd say rightfully set fire should've PHILLIPI. We should've asked that Elia that called in whether he thought that police were protecting and serving the general public or ruling class. Let's go to more of your phone calls by the way why they got into t to policing was to protect the general public. He said some of the people got into it. He acknowledges not all police are interested in that some of them are just interested in empowering and destroying live themselves and destroying lives and getting rich off of stealing stuff from people So there are curfews by the way popping up in cities across the United States. Minneapolis went I last night with an eight. Pm Central Time curfew him. That's isn't that you said. Nine PM was the bedtime for tenure. Older Jeez talking about the nanny state exactly and now. We're seeing other cities as well. Denver as announced a curfew. Los Angeles has announced a curfew. Philadelphia has announced a curfew. And there's there's several others as well where they're trying to head off what they believe will be continuing Increasing in intensity riots. So we're going to go back to your phone calls and thoughts here. You want to weigh in. Are you a free person? If Mommy government can tell you you can't even walk outside your home. What are we ten? Of course? That's not really that different than what's been going on over the last two or three months here now with the so-called lockdowns across the United States Let's go to Tony. He's in south Georgia. Listening to W MT AM Glad Tony. Hi there guys Agree with your assessment of the situation in Minneapolis The officer where there's Neon guys neck full weight. Because you can see his other leg moving around and the four officers standing there and one of them didn't say hey let the guy up and also I totally agree with the violence of his senseless the looting and the small businesses who are incurring the wrath of these mobs but there is a story that the national news has not picked up. It came out of Chicago. I of the El Trains where A guy got into a tussle with two officers. One pulled out his weapon and shot the guy. The guy was unarmed. It killed him. Lebron James is not around al-shark and his not around black lives matter is not around because the two officers involved were black and the SALEN. Yeah and I think that That is one of the difficulties of all of this. I really wish we lived in a colorblind world where we could see that you know because here in the here in the radio what on Free Talk. Live what our claim is that it isn't black versus white it is the state versus US and right. That's what it basically comes down to. Is that these people whether these people are black or white in these. Uniforms have qualified immunity. And don't have to be responsible for their actions. I'm not saying some of them aren't don't act. As though they are responsible in been fact probably many of them do but when you put incentives in place that give people the ability to act irresponsibly. That's what you're GONNA you know. When you don't cause people to be responsible. They're going to act irresponsibly. Just take a look at the politicians and and you'll see you know to a smaller extent. What the police are going to be like. There were some mixed messages that I observed today at the very large protests that happen in Manchester. That went on for a couple hours. Here in New Hampshire where on one hand there were definitely you know the black lives matter chance that we're going on But on the other hand there were also some people on the megaphone and there was some sign edge about how we're all part of the human race. There's only one race the human race. Say that all the time. That's a message that I can get behind it. I understand I'm not trying to minimize the idea that yes. These are definitely more targeted by the police. There's no doubt about that but statistics it out. It's pretty clear but that doesn't mean that there aren't you know white people who are also having the life choked out of them or than being shot to death and I'm thinking of Dunkin length of course is the most recent example of that when I was listening to the names of people being read off at these protests reading off names of victims of police violence from across the United States I didn't hear the name Dunkin lint but then again these would have to be exhaustive lists so I don't know if all the people on the list were just were just black victims of the police or not but I totally agree with With you guys on this. You know. It's the police verses everybody else. It's totally an US versus them thing and even they look at it that way. They've got their precious thin Blue Line. That's their gang symbol where they protect each other and black officers protect white officers in white officers protect black officers for the most part and they are going against all the rest of us. Remember looking into it from the position of evidence. Petits suppose the state is the most racist acting organization as a human race. Well I mean dropped off. Thanks for the call as far as you know not being colorblind. Do you suppose that there are more racist? Acts against people by state by state actors than there are by individual interesting question as also tell you that they would be more harmful right so sure. If let's say that you've got a the classic racist right so white guy dislikes black people. That's the one you want to. Everybody wants you to think about in one case it's a white guy You know telling Black Guy. You can't eat at my restaurant all right. So THAT'S A. There's a the lunch counter thing. It's a big deal and the other case you have a black a white police officer you know putting these knee and a black guys neck until a dies or you know brutalizing him. No one cares or whatever the situation is. I'd rather be personally told no soup for you then to be beaten up. Yeah Right. Don't so when the state accident racist fashion. It is worse than when we're likely to be done right. I mean they WanNa know if a restaurant owner was a racist because then I could be like well. You know. I like your soup but I'm not going to your restaurant because you won't let my friend. Who's black come right? I mean we know statistically that there are less white people in prison they. You know fewer than you know other colors We know that the arrest rate is higher for blacks than it is. Well any other color really so we can point to some of that as evidence so I'm just wondering if the state as a whole is the most racist organization on the question I mean it is certainly a place wherein racist can garner power for themselves. Because if you're if an organization type that massive and pervasive throughout the globe is in fact the most racist organization then there's a possible perspective that many more people who maybe don't find themselves to be of the freedom mind can get behind. I WANNA get Richard the line. He's in Lynchburg Virginia. Listening TO WWL. I go ahead. Richard Boy Rob Rob Burnett losing. We're stupid people megaphones through. I merely understand. I don't know if it's because you're swallow slowing maybe back off your phone a little bit to say again please. Okay ten days. Were acting losing. Not Dance just turned peaceful protests that you learn John Community depletion. That's a great point Richard. Thank you for the call tonight People acting like fools is not effective to destroy your friends and neighbors businesses or strangers businesses because again a lot of people coming into these cities from the outside. They don't live there. There's more coming up here. Thank you Richard. 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Y'All didn't I don't have an article to prove I haven't been so you know it's too much to follow right like there's there's so much going on right now. I mean I was out at a protest today so I haven't even really done more much more than look at the headlines that that Right before we started the show but I have been following a lot of this over the last few days including watching the live feeds. So if you WANNA comment you're welcome to join us. The number here is eight. Fifty five four fifty free like freedom but last night we went out and we did our ten. Th Week of the key. Nightcap leaked ten where we don't know what do I didn't even didn't even count last night. What are we going to last night? Like seven or eight people something like that. I think so some of the weeks. We've had more than ten people others. Not but we've been going out and and just openly violating. The governor's stay at home orders. Elder monks other thing. Yeah every single week. Here in Keene New Hampshire long before these protests were going on. We were doing it hearing Kim peacefully of course and just minding our own business but anyway before we went to this event we were actually on the air doing an after show on our d. live and our twitch when you can follow those channels over a d. live dot not FM or twitched Lauren not FM there are live streaming video channels during our radio shows like this one we are live on those platforms but every now and then we'll do what we call an after show or it's we call it free talk live because you can say the F. Word on twitch So we were doing that last night before we went to the nightcap me and nobody were in here doing and so the idea was well. Let's come back because we were watching. Some of the footage from Minneapolis at that time and sort of commenting sort of doing a play by play of what we're seeing on the Minneapolis and so we thought well. Well you know it was only eleven o'clock or eleven thirty when we stopped figured well things are going to get more interesting throughout the night. So let's come back after we're at NIGHTCAP. For a couple of hours do another show. By the time we came back it was over. The footage was still going. There was still you know the Unicorn riot girl was still walking around. She was all alone. There was nobody else around her. The police were obviously somewhere. But all of the rioters started yawning. I think I think they got dispersed by the arrival of police and National Guard troops the government. Yeah that were on the scene there and in fact I've got a whole story about the National Guard being called into those various cities across the United States. We can talk about that and of course your calls and thoughts are welcome as well. Let's go to the phones and to Laszlo. He's calling from the United States. You're on free talk live. Hey you're on the air reliable. How do you? What's your name Laszlo Laszlo? Yes Sir okay. Hi you're here go ahead. Hi Guys Mark Waugh. Remember me from Suggesting my we can Five point two positive by digging a canal giant canal separating the United States and Mexico right. Hey God go. That was a Lotta Fun Goodman. When the hell yeah it's been a while miles wide torn feet deep four thousand miles of what the Vallat that would be believed. I can't remember what the the comparison to Mount Everest was. The dirt was out of my mouth toll on ever good though Laszlo. Oh God why is anybody? Surprised about About propaganda would mean squid with one act Smith month and you N. T. Bright. What's now twenty thirteen? I believe was repealed? It's a Propaganda Act like you can't propagandize the American people who said that the government every day was this an act that stopped the supposedly told the government they couldn't propagandize right correct so they repealed out so now it's totally fine for them to propagandize asks exactly. That's the way it's always been. Nothing's really changed. And you know it's not like the government's going to prosecute themselves so even if even if it was illegal for the government to do propaganda. It's not like they're gonNA go after themselves for it so wouldn't Iraq correct by I have a question fall. I which came first public sector or private sector you can You can go out the the sound effect of drinking. Yeah last year so I mean that's okay. Yeah idea of government is something that we weren't with right. The idea of the state is something silent. Can't government I didn't take the public sector is Laszlo and thank you for the call tonight appreciate it. Public is a code word for government. It is it's a Kozo national right to make you think that it's something bigger better or larger than what it is didn't what it is is just a criminal enterprise of human beings who are using this sort of window dressing of. Oh well look. We have elections. We have courts we have all this like. I said crap keeps happening but we have but you have the ability to do something about you can vote. If you don't I mean the the evidence is I I'd say that Donald Trump was something different than we sort of generally expecting. Okay I mean it's different but you know you in and of yourself you aren't the government they tell you you're the government but if you were the government you'd be able to change something you can't change anything trying to change something that's how you'll know whether or not you actually are in control so as we're saying. The curfews are coming down in various cities across the United States. The story here coming from the Associated Press just a couple of hours ago set. Police cars ablaze in Minneapolis. Smash businesses windows and skirmished with baton-wielding officers in the streets from Atlanta to Los Angeles anger. Over George Floyd's death spread across the country. So-called authorities were bracing for more violence Saturday. And that's today with some calling the National Guard to beef up twelve forces in Minneapolis. The city where floyd died Monday after after a knee into his neck and kept it there for more than eight minutes. Minnesota governor. Tim Walls fully mobilized the State's National Guard in promised a massive showing force to help quell unrest that has grown increasingly destructive while said quote the situation. Minneapolis is no longer in any way about the murder of George Floyd. It's about attacking civil society. Instilling fear and disrupting our great cities. Which of course all the government does by the way. Yeah I was GONNA say so. They're describing government actions. Yeah they attack civil people they attack and instill fear. That's how they rule is through instilling. Fear which is what the COVID CRACKDOWN HAS. All been about is is making people fearful. So they'll do what they're told on Saturday again. 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Yeah but I if there had been an arrest during the actual protest it would cause a huge stir and that didn't happen so I'm pretty sure the the police they sort of stood by and watched this was one of the other differences between Today's protests the black lives matter protests. And the the reopen New Hampshire protests than happened that we we went to I've been to both. And the police were at the black lives matter protests. But they were nowhere to be found when it came to the reopen New Hampshire protests which was was very interesting in fact one of the guys who wet said. He saw the police chief himself sitting and in a cruiser and and sort of observing from a distance so there were a lot of cops involved. They'd like shut down. Some of the some of the side streets closed them off as the protesters were marching To keep other cars shrimp from going through you know. It's a classy event of the supervisor. Shows himself here So in cities across the United States protests continued also. Curfews are now in place in one of the things one of the things I mentioned off the and we're GONNA go right back to your phone calls but curfews are actually a factor that will make these worse. I think so. This is an interesting point. Yeah I didn't think of it and I didn't think either I forget who told me this earlier today but it is a great point the idea being that if you tell everybody if you come out after eight PM which is what most of these curfews are. Now if you come out after eight pm your subject to arrest now there are certain exemptions so you have to go to work or something like that or if you're in the media there's an exemption so it depends on how it's written or whatever but for the most part if you don't have a legitimate excuse by view of the government and you can't be out and they could possibly arrest you for it. Well if people are upset and protests are in the midst of happening as we're seeing happen and people are going to want to keep coming out despite the fact that there's a curfew well guess what you're GonNa get the hardcore people who aren't afraid to be arrested which means you're more likely to get the tough crowd of the people who are willing to you know. Destroy a business. Commit looting commit violence. They're more likely to continue to come out. Whereas average folks who you know maybe they have worked to go to the next day or the next week. They can't risk getting arrested just simply for leaving their homes. They're worried about their families and they've got all these other considerations they're going to be like well. I guess we're staying in. There's a curfew. We don't want to go up against the police just for walking out of our home whereas the other people who just don't give an F. They're going to go out and they're going to break. I guess in a way from the perspective of the state that is in a potentially effective tactic at dividing the number of protesters. It could be but what it definitely does do is it makes it. So those who are out are more likely to be troublemakers. And so therefore they don't have that sort of influence of being around other people who are against destruction of the people who are saying well. Hey man don't do that. Hey that's not cool. Because there is a factor. Where if you've got enough if you've got a hundred people or a thousand people and half of them are against violence and you know. They're against destruction of property. They will be an attenuating factor against the people who are in favor of the destruction of property and if all those people stay home or if ninety percent of them stay home. Then you're just going to have the bodies out there. Let's go to and then the cops were of course worse we go to more of your calls and thoughts. Let's talk to Debbie. She's in South Carolina. Debbie you're on Free Talk Live High God come look for first time caller. You're shocked Well this is no alcohol but I want my Prayers and condolences to the family of that gentleman that field. That's the horrific. I can't understand how those three other Copts Dan. They're witnessing allow that one caught to do that. Did that man that I've just appalled humane. It's hard to believe that any human being could stand there and do nothing now. I understand why the people watching don't want to get involved as much as they may have wanted to step in. Because you know that cop and the other three cops are gonNA shoot you if you try if you try to come up there and pull that cop off of that man. You'd end up dead and they would be justified legally in shooting you for that so I understand why people stand by and just record video. It's the safest most effective thing you can do without getting physically involved but man. I do wish that someday we can see a crowd of people. Go in and take a cop off of killing sub. Stop a COP from killing somebody. I don't think they should kill the cop telling one of the protesters today. I'm like look. I think that what needs to happen in these situations is to the people around need to come in there. Pull that cop off of the that guy and then handcuff the COP and leaving there. Yeah you don't have to kill your question go ahead. I heard all your Your third day on the Rushland Boston that the exit the continent actually killed. They had like eighteen fractures in one of the other. Three had five infraction. My point was that if you have a car that has eighteen points his. We don't know how severe those point are that eighteen point. Don't you think something should have been done? He could have been descended or possibly based on what type of complaint? They were removed from the four. Four something like this before. It's escalated in a company that would be interested in your business would be interested in doing. We're interested in customer service and if the customers were indeed the general public the short answer is yes and the the fact is is that this happens all the time. This is an isolated in Minneapolis. In fact Minneapolis is probably one of the better cities about these sorts of things and one would ask the question then is why does this keep happening? Why are police officers That that have complaints against them over and over and over again allowed to stay on the force allowed to stay on the beat. They're not moved to jobs. And even more importantly they these these complaints and get some and then something happens. Why is the police force? Expose themselves to this. I don't have a good as they're not reliable because there's almost never any punishment there's never any liability for these officers directly or for any of their superiors. The job type specifically incentivizes the behavior of psychopath. Yes yes it does and then you end up getting psychopaths in Debbie. Great Call Question. Those eighteen infractions are actually a sparkling resume for a police chief looking to hire the next stark up right because if it is an organization full of psychopaths then it's inevitable that the psychopaths will become the chiefs and therefore you've got a bunch of insane lunatics. I'm saying all police are like this. Because again there are some snow incentivizes. That type of behavior absolutely does and because your forced to pay for them then. They have no accountability whatsoever. You can't there's not. It's not real accountability. These half ass measures that these people put into well aware concerned here in Atlanta. We're GONNA form the Atlanta Police Review Board. Now we're going to put important people on the Atlanta Police Review Board. They're going to have the power to review. What the police do. And they're gonNA have the power to make suggestions as to. What could they make it sound like? They're doing all this stuff but nothing actually chain. They always mentioned the word reform right well. So it wasn't formed correctly the first seventeen times for the rebound seventeen reforms. Remake it again. They haven't changed anything significant and I'm like any other type of organization. You have no choice in provider. That's the most like the provider. The service that you're getting well right if there's a walmart and the you go into the Walmart and the guy running the electronics department smacks you in the face. Every time you come into the store you probably be like. I'm not shopping here anymore. You you might go until the manager. Hey I just got punched by the guy in the electronics department. And if the manager didn't go and do something about that you would rightfully tell all your friends about the experience and you'd say I'm never gonNA shop at that. 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You guys Kinda cracked open a whole can of like tons of worms on the good that Well I've been a comfortable over twenty years and I mean I can tell you ever. Since the Garner incident every year at updates they go over Not to do exactly. What those guys did. They warn you the consequences Halloween just interrupt. Eric Garner the guy who was choked to death previously this one in New York City for selling loose cigarettes. Yeah go over that and you know positional specs. You can't have somebody on their stomach and you sure as hell can't kneel on their neck for you know well as it six or eight minutes now market mentioned earlier that he felt he felt that kneeling. On someone's back was an appropriate tactic. The cups did something they teach. You will know usually they want you to kneel on the back usually An order just the just long enough to get the cuff on a lot of guys will neal on an arm on on the bicep or something like that In a Lotta Times I do a lot of times. It does end up being on the back. But but it's it's brief. It's not Shirley no nothing cause damage. You can't keep it the like those guys that you can't keep it or you're gonNA kill it. He knew what he was doing was going to kill the all all of them be. They should have been arrested on the spot every dog. I want to have done it. I just to say thank you for saying that. I appreciate you saying that as a person in your said a to because mark wouldn't believe it earlier when I told him but look what would you have done if you were in this situation and you saw couple of the word your coworkers treating somebody like these Minneapolis? Police would you have done? I would pull them off. And that's exactly what those guys actually told that guy to stop what he's doing. I guess he's like no. I'm good and they did nothing. They knew the guy was. They knew the danger what he was doing and they didn't care. Ken was there anything else. You wanted to share here tonight. I I yes. The biggest problem I see with police. In general as far as use of force we go to the academy before you start and then you go in you learn you know hand to hand and arm bars and everything else in the academy. But then that's it you don't ever have any more training so the problem with police and use of force and using tasers and guns and batons. Most cops don't know how to do hand to hand combat. It's not like military where they practiced repeatedly do they do. They say he's sixty you know. I'm sorry I just talked a question. Do they teach peaceful de-escalation? We do that. I mean a lot of those. A lot of that stuff is a lot of something over briefly in updates but any more updates are usually online and it's most guys pay attention. There are classes you can elect to go to stuff. You know. They call verbal judo de-escalation techniques But most guys don't go. I mean lot of that stuff you. Most people learn on the job You know how to deescalate. Some guys are horrible at it but in general lot of guys would there would be a lot less Injuries and use of force if they would if they would institute a mandatory Training as far as with your hand to hand combat you know you know not combat hurting people but just knowing how to do less than lethal stuff with your idea an attack to take down somebody as quickly as painlessly as right cops are human. You'll fear comes into when you got somebody coming at you you internally and quickly to take note of you know your mental inventory your your physical inventories for as what you know how to do and most cops yell at them or grab the Taser or the Mace or. Grab the gun a baton. They don't know how to wrestle. You know Jiu jitsu classes really should be part of training. I mean the you know the arm bars are taught and all that stuff but in an arm bar is only useful when you get somebody into a position to put them in an arm bar. Ken Really Interesting Call. I WanNa thank you for sharing. It will make sure we get some other folks on here really. I think. Probably one of the best of the night Thank you for sharing your perspective on that from inside the police Nice. No there's some level headed people still in that that world so I appreciate your call. Let's continue here with Joe. He's in Daytona Beach Joe. You're on free talk live. Hey how's it going? Welcome sir. Hey I'M GONNA in a random questions here is to something that we've been talking about Know how closely guys trailing party but had other Their you know nomination for president vice-president they did. Yeah Yeah Okay. Yeah they do the same week Joe. We didn't see the vice. There's the guy's name is spike. I believe I forget his last name. And Spike Cohen and then the presidential nominee is the former vice presidential nominee from nineteen ninety-six. So she must have been in her thirties at that time but Joe Jorgensen who is expected to be by the way a guest on free talk live coming up on Tuesday night. Oh all that one and one other person The talk about About hour and a half. I didn't the whole thing about the trump tweet about what happened the White House and I four know what happened to the White House. Yes so apparently there were some people at the gates the lighthouse and he's tweeted about it. You can check out the twitter and he was saying how The agents there defended the lighthouse and they were about some. There's just dogs to do to the people over there. I'll try to read it verbatim here if I could bring it up He's always got some kind of entertaining. This is the house of people. Yeah and he was actually like a dictator. You know like the king over their truck. That was actually one of my messages today when I was at the Manchester Black lives matter protests whereas handing out flyers from the foundation for New Hampshire independence. My thought was you know I I will give these fires anybody right. So if there's a large group of people somewhere I want to bring these fires out there especially now with all the unrest going on and I handed out dozens and dozens to pretty large stacks of a Flyer. Sue folks at this particular event and one of the ways. I was kind of explaining it to people when they would stop and ask because not everybody asks us take the Flyer and they go. But sometimes they'll add. Hey what's this about and I would say well because of the one of the chance that you heard at this event was f-trump right except they said the forward they'd say f-trump said well you want to f trump one of the best ways you can do that is to say goodbye. Just leave the end. The United States. Let's end this experiment and a lot of them you know. They're nodding their head. They thought this was a good idea. So I got a lot of good response from from the lefties just like I got a lot of good response from the righties When I handed the fires out to them so people like the idea of ending this greater self actualization. Something that many people can agree on. Now they don't like it when the other side wants it Because they want to control them. But that's really what the whole political process is putting you in this this This you know the Gerbil wheel so that you can go after the other guy. If you just let the Weirdo on the other side of the street act the way. They want so long as they don't hurt people. Then you'll have. You can have freedom for yourself. That trump tweet pulled up a couple of different Brazzaville's he'll pick like probably thirty three at all. Trump sweetener breaks off last night the White House about a US service. They were not only totally professional but very cool. I was inside watched every move and couldn't have felt more seat. They let the protesters and quote screaming ranch as much as they wanted. But whenever someone got through frisky outline they would quickly come down on them. Part it Didn't know what hit them. Frontline was replaced with fresh Asian plagued. Magic big crowd. Especially if we're GONNA but nobody came close to breaching the if they had they would have been greeted with the most vicious dogs in most omnibus. I'm I'M GONNA miss. I have ever seen that went. People would have been really badly hurt. At least release the how. The other presidents have a dog named sneakers. He's like tooth and Fang. Thanks Joe for the call apparently is hitting the fan in Seattle. They're imposing a five PM curfew. Cars are on fire and people are out bitcoin. How long did it take you surreal? Is this little projects would soon change the world. The you kind of wish you had got involved sooner. Well now's your chance to be a part of the next revolution in money. Answer coin is working. 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Beam reminding spread liberty with a smile. And you've had a taste of that power. It's hard to stop mayor. Hal also apologize for her first response to the controversy when she blamed Jerry. The paper boy. We're stealing your coupons and replacing them with the fakes what to say she could have ruined my career she goes to jail forever and in what many are saying is the ultimate indignity mayor. Jalen's photo has been put up on the Kroger so called banishment. Wall in between such undesirables. As the fredericks boy and infamous gum thief. Mr Evans is the onion news network Looney all right and welcome back everyone to the Saturday edition of questioning forty live. You've and we have. I Guess Developing News here apparently the Lynn. I couldn't find any news articles about this right. Now they're Libertarian Party is deciding on. Its presidential candidates right now. All I heard so far is at vermin. Supreme doesn't Doesn't seem to be doing well right now and I went on reason dot com. They didn't have. Let's see under latest. See if they have anything nope no so I couldn't find anything he has been doing better than a lot of candidates He has been a solid third. This whole time I mean so Adam Coquettish got knocked out the first round So Vermin beat co cash. Um and there's been a couple of other knockout since since then so vervins still in it. But he's likely it thinks going this way he won't be the nominee whose Whose first and second a woman named Joe Jorgenson is in first place. She's a former libertarian. vice presidential candidate from Nineteen ninety-six. She ran with Harry Brown in Nineteen ninety-six a whole lot else about her. And then Jacob Hornberger is in second place okay and all right got it. Thank you Ian Prevent Update. Yeah and I love the the the published today. We watched the Libertarian Party. Vice Presidential debate so you didn't have to which The debate was what I think. He was on a Thursday so a little bit a little bit. Too late verified article so welcome six zero three two eight three six one sixty or you could go to discord dot L. DOT FM. To call in via the on air column lines. And I'm just going to begin here with them. Talking About v Offers Choice Reid vis from reason dot com liberty. And we're GONNA talk about Joe Biden tonight we're GonNa talk about all the usual fund stuff. Tonight Libertarian. Party presidential debate offers choice between all liberty now or moving the ball of liberty down the field. Libertarians decide this weekend if a message that nothing matters more of living in a free society will resonate in twenty twenty five leading. Candidates for Libertarian. Party's presidential nomination debated last night. In an event moderated by John Stahl the voting will begin tomorrow via. Which is today the online meeting of. Party delegates so two candidates judge James Gray and Joe Jorgenson have the party's vice principal nominees in the past grain. two thousand twelve and Jorgensen instead in one thousand nine hundred ninety six one John Mons earned more than thirty one percent of vote in a two thousand fourteen race for Public Service Commission in Georgia. Oh Wow just usher him to the front of the line. Gosh Mr Popular here. Mr Class President Public Service Commission Never Jacob. Hornberger has run a Libertarian Educational Institute called the future of Freedom Foundation since about one thousand nine hundred eighty nine okay so triple F so sounds like one of those. Wwe factions and the theft Vermont. Supreme is a Political Paradis famous for wearing a boot on his head. Who insists that this time? He's a serious. No dominated the debate. Vo Horn Vo Hornberger widely considered a front runner. Made sure to Jabba. Jorgensen widely considered his strongest opponent for what he considers. Departures from a full on radical libertarian platform. So okay let me let me make a guess here if we're GonNA talk about child. Sex hornberger believes Libertarians. Give valuable moral high ground. If they give an inch to any variety of ISM including social security and Medicaid. I'd be curious to see the argument about the people who the people who've pay like. What do you think should happen to the people who've paid into it right or had to re paychecks forcibly stripped of their tab for wages from taxes? I remember when I had my first job that was. I was a contractor and I would get I would get taxes taken out. I will get Medicare and social security tax. I think for if he hadn't Vermont Social Security Too. I worked in Vermont at the time so they take it out of your paycheck without you having any say so. I'd be curious to see these people who are just like one hundred percent anti social security will what about the people who paid into it already. Jorgensen stressful limits our constitutional system of how much libertarian change? A president alone could unilaterally deliver. She said she'd be quick to veto. Excessive spending to pardon victimless criminals. But she thinks Vos who have paid into social security deserve to get that money back so she's against instantly killing the system entirely Vo. She said she would allow people to stop paying into it from day. One or I Y I see nothing wrong with that so I mean if I guess. He's almost be strong candidates for fucking nitpicking over some issues. Small that see here Judge Gray for his part insists taking an all out. Nothing approach to strengthen government will ensure party keeps getting nothing from Americans America's voters he consistently pushed viewers to check out the specific policy plans at his campaign website. Let's see how good this all right decent Decent website see judge. Jim Gray Larry Sharpe as his running mate so he has a diversity points there. This is what powered by wordpress crew of nation. Builder Supreme Stress. That his humor which he did not consistently bring to bear Vo. He was the only one to apparently smoke marijuana on camera when subject. Drug work came up. We'll be immediate magnet amplifies. His serious message and attracts millions of young voters. Supreme argued that he is a chance of winning up to twenty five percent of the youth. Vote monsaid said. His status is a great grandchild of slaves could help American see degree. To which government is unjustly interfering in for lives and he promises to bring home not just the troops but drones on Covid nineteen hornberger insisted that the dynamics of a free market would produce all the tests masks and ventilators for crisis demands and leaving any remnant of governments current interferences and the healthcare market insured failure Jorgensen point out specifically to be unnecessary stringent as a barrier to solving the COVID nineteen crisis. Gray said the government's role in the epidemic should be saw service an honest broker of information and advice not to force businesses to close on. Maso unfortunately none of them came out and even said that they think that this is the this is bullshit and that the government caused at least from what. I'm reading here there. Anything else interesting. Yesterday we talked about the Federal Reserve private banking cartel. So that's good okay here. We go more visceral controversy came from at least from parts. I saw last night but most car the previous night. The most concrete thoughts about climate change came from gray. Who believes that information and free choice internationally might persuade say China and India to stop burning? Coal of people boycotted from them until they stopped. Jorgensen things assist system of restitution for Meyer Environmental Damage. Plus insurance would likely mitigate future oil spills more regulation die so that sounds like just a way to call regulation while Mon- stressed his personal opposition to abortion no candidate. The debate wanted the federal government to ban it. Everyone seemed to agree with the basic libertarian platform of open immigration though. Her hornberger was especially firm on the glories of free trade and the Free Movement of people the IRS was in the most candidates site for elimination supreme. Didn't try to be overly wacky. Many of his answers included no jokes at all other times he started with such as a big fan of mind control as opposition gun control before delivering a serious message. So I mean yeah her vermin. Supreme is pretty much. The best part of the debate. See here. We have shade. Ginger said they want to stop burning. Coal what a bunch of racists the I guess they were not no not friends of a porn industry. No I guess for this year. 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When I was twenty six years old gave birth to my first child like all babies he was tiny and helpless he relied on me to survive and I jumped right into do my job. I was comfortable with my baby and we bonded immediately. I knew how to soothe him when he was upset and breastfeeding came easily to me. Even say I was a natural. I spend my days making organic baby food going to baby me classes and running with a baby jogger. I didn't miss my old life to anyone looking. I seemed like a well adjusted happy new mom but I was consumed by something would happen to him to call myself. I did everything in my power to make sure he was safe and I mean everything. I held him so far. This is all right. Just just having a feeling that something bad would happen. This is why this why it's important to pray to guide right to alleviate dealings right near when you know you can trust guide. You don't have to feel bad. I could think of nothing worse causing harm to my own child so I turn my focus inward in start a monitor myself just to make sure it wasn't me would hurt him. At first. I chalked it up to new MOM worries. Even those last thing I wanted to do. I started imagining all the possible ways that I could hurt him. The images came involuntarily and fast like a TV screen flashing before my eyes. Yeah I think that's involuntary intrusive thoughts about say that's a telltale sign of demonic possession. Everything everything I saw gave my imagination. More to run with bathtub brought images of me drowning my baby. When I walked past for railing on the second floor of my home I felt a Pang of fear in case I threw him down. If I stood too close to window I saw myself opening. It's always opening it and letting him fall to the ground. The balcony which was once my preferred place to Sunday became a danger zone. The heartbreak below threatened to be a deadly landing place for fragile infants. Even my daily Walk to the Golden Gate. Park felt dangerous if I want imagining. That's in San Francisco. Well first off. I mean yeah if she's from San Francisco she's definitely possessed by something. If I wanted to just let go of a stroller but we well. Yeah I mean I I understand. Some people have dark thoughts but I mean to write a whole article about like like I mean you know if a man wrote this right if I wrote an article saying like how I just you know. Every time I touch a grab sowing my pocket. Touch my knife. I fantasize a slitting e-ends throat ear to ear off away psychic kill mark or kill jazzy using audio equipment. I mean it's like that's not like it's possible to think about that but is it up. She's I said her name. It's alright Jesse. I won't strangle you if a Mike Court. So yeah so good for her. Guess for feeling good enough to write an article about it. We have See here e Tours. And a chats as your. I'm literally talking about what causes sudden infant death syndrome and postpartum Or child free. Why I'd say vaccine damage causes a lot of sudden infant death syndrome but yeah I mean like it's I was like T- taking seriously in a malady called sudden infant death syndrome. You know it's like it sounds the same thing as spontaneous combustion right where suddenly a baby dies right under. It's assumed it's parents watch. I mean now you know maybe there are some issues that aren't made apparent as soon as babies born and then eventually dies just tragic but where it's like you know you've Karen or some sort of some women of ill repute and like. Oh my baby died. And it's like Yeah let's just call it you know. But but viewed be too much of a pain in the ASS to murder investigation every time one of these thoughts killed their babies so they just said F fucking. We're going to create a new illness. It's going to be called sudden infant death syndrome. I didn't want to hurt my child but I was violent faults of doing so. I wanted to tell someone anyone what I was going through. But I didn't know who to turn to for help. Well Yeah because they'd say Jeez. Check yourself into a fucking asylum by the time I was deep into symptoms. My postpartum checkups were thing of the past and notice. You don't hear anything about the father in this so I've ever. I guess they're probably like I mean I'm guessing that maybe the probably she's probably married but the husband is just at work. All the time was the shitty thing to do. There were mental health questions on my intake form from a pediatrician's office but none of them applied to me. We don't don't fill that out. Don't tell the fucking doctors anything about you. Bet Your mental health of your fingers hurting yourself if you're doing drugs don't tell them anything because they hip doesn't apply to the fucking insurance companies. Right get the make sure. That may make sure you get that straight. When I mention a possibility of postpartum mood disorder to family. They said it wasn't possible. Yeah because I think like ninety nine percent of these mental illnesses or bullshit I mean even with myself right where I most likely of some sort if you know if one is to believe in those things I think I'm you know could be a chance. I have a by like whatever Mel Gibson has but at the same time that could also just mean being a belligerent angry drunk. And there's no you know what have you say oppositional defiant disorder right so that you know. That's something that's clearly doesn't exist but things like BP which is just you know. Be a woman which isn't bipolar disorder borderline personality disorder which is something that primarily affects women. I think that's just an excuse for women who want to justify their shitty behavior with a fake mental illness. A logistic like I think a lot of children who have high functioning autism right were. It's just like you wouldn't be able to tell. Just be like some shitty kid little Brat but because they have a piece of paper says they have autism. You're not allowed to yell at him or something. I think the reason why a lot of a lot of you know I mean are actual legitimate like diagnosis of autism mental illness. Because all the poison our society which is unfortunate. But there's also just a lot of kids who have behavioral problems because their parents never told him now or never you know swatted him on the ass when they needed to Swat Some of them they just you know. Let them run around. Do whatever breaks shit. You know who cares? We have a credit card. We could replace all this material possessions and under at school and teachers don't have to fucking deal from Soviet right. They have autism rubber-stamping sentiment into into the short bus right. So see here. I'm only I'm only halfway through this. So let's see. Let's see how crazy viscous get rights. I do you think. 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The Jackie only influence you have caused by taking advantage of a disabled person was pretty good? Comeback they're formerly stationary hurricane. All right so back to the article now since there's going to be before I get to too enamored with chat here so this is about a woman who had violent thoughts about hurting her baby after her baby was born for. I'd I'd say bizarre reasons like it's what they call intrusive thoughts so hearing okay so so. I lived with the fear and guilt and in violent thoughts and did what I could do to lessen my anxiety. I reminded myself every second. Love my baby moms. Who LOVE HER BABIES? Don't kill them. I spent most of my time in public places so that in case I went mad. Someone out there would notice and hopefully save them from me. Visit like this is. This is Geez when I was alone with my son at home we spent a lot of time on video calls with my parents in any friends that would entertain us. I felt safer knowing that someone else's with US Jesus imagine being the kid grownup reading this article at their fucking mother wrote about how they had to be around someone all the time in case. They hurt her kid at night. I pray for his safe to who you're right you know. Or what did you pray to Jesus with such vigor? Even God wouldn't be able to tell. I wasn't a believer. I had no idea that even God wouldn't be able to tell but I wasn't a believer affected. Your prayers are failed. Will that that explains it. Whoops forgot to put my phone on mute. Here we go. I had no idea what I was doing. Were considered compulsions. Inveigh along with my unwanted thoughts. Were textbook symptoms of postpartum obsessive compulsive disorder so pocked P. O. CD. A mental illness affects one to two percent of all women after childbirth but numbers to be higher but due to a high levels of shame that comes with having such taboo. Fahd's illness often goes on reporter. Well Yeah you should be fucking ashamed of yourself for fantasize about killing your kid when I was in the thick of my well when I was in the thick of obsessive compulsive disorder day began and ended with fear adrenaline course through my veins before I opened my eyes and intrusive thoughts pops into my head all day. Long man I wonder what she was like on exam. Day during final Scotch. Most days I felt like a never-ending carnival ride with each spin more disorienting than the last to get it through. I kept myself scheduled. Every minute was accounted for leaving. No time to my mind to wander for my hands to be idle because I stopped arrest. I fear I would go crazy so I want to get to a point where she gets fucking electroshock therapy or whatever so she diagnosis or self on the internet which is always a great Great accurate way to diagnose your own mental illnesses and neuroses I wa. I was ill but I wasn't a murderer and I wasn't the only one so so women all around the world have these apparently so some women are just absolutely crazy and neurotic all around the world big surprise so she found therapist to specialize in postpartum mental health. She explained to me. The mothers of this illness do not ever act on fought that my experience was not uncommon and I wasted five hundred dollars an hour for her however much charge of fucking session at a specialized therapist. Hearing those words gave me such a rush of relief that I burst into tears. Grateful to be in a room with someone who recognized what was happening to me. So you're grateful that you spend money to have someone in a white lab coat. Tell you that your fantasies about killing. Your baby are just fantasies. And you're not going to act on it that's Very yeah I like it. When an article surprises me the diagnose gave me enough re reassurance that I wasn't a danger to my child short. Oh Yeah thank God you met in this one woman right. You know because who knows. She didn't go to therapy. Maybe have ended up killing her kid shortly after I decided to stop therapy embarrassed. How much money she spent on more likely but my symptoms did not completely go away. The therapist I found knew enough about OCD to get me out of crisis but while she's very knowledgeable and talk therapy. She was not versing exposure and Response Prevention therapy which is a gold standard treatment for obsessive compulsive disorder so in two thousand seventeen when my son was three and a half years old. I gave birth to my daughter and developed postpartum. Ocd once more. This time I didn't wait to ask for help instead okay. So she E. R. P. Therapy immediately Erodes erotic role play? I wonder what that stands for European therapy. It's type affair. Behavioral therapy exposes people to situations that provoke for obsessions and resulting distress while helping them prevent compulsive responses aright better than just giving drugs so this actually did have a somewhat happier ending than I originally fought So okay that's living with a disorder. Of completely hijacks your sense of self makes it really hard to be present but it is possible. I know I'm well adjusted happy. Mom I want to pretend it to be so yeah at least until the demon comes back so six zero three two eight three six hundred sixty or Yup. We could go to a Collin Colin lines where the governor is on the line. This is actually a perfect time. Perfect timing because today is the big day we've been talking about for a while Welcome what's on your mind. Was actually about the libertarian presidential nomination process. Have you been paying attention to how it's been going So I of the an updating me I think he said so Adam. Co Cash was eliminated hours round. Yeah which was I was GONNA say real quick if If I drop at any point is because this court is a bitch on. Lennox almost sometimes crash Take two seconds to come back. Okay but anyway yeah Continue Hi you're talking about cocaine. So what was it? I think it's it's at lady or a woman who's in I. It's Hornberger second and it's of vermin. That's I know unfortunately it is effectively over even though I am kind of getting sad that that thought it's gone to the third ballot but it's effectively over because Eric monge jumped behind Joe. Joe And it with that bump. I think she's going to surpass fifty percent easily hornberger maintaining the people he had firm and seems to be maintaining who he's had although he has seen a modest increase each ballot. But I think it's pretty much over unfortunately which shy you know. I'm Kinda bumming but leave it to the Libertarian Party to nominate. Shit candidates as they are famous for doing. I haven't heard of this This woman so what's Why is she shit? 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It's God it sucks it's the tree pollen but it feels like ragweed to go back to back back to be discord where we have. I guess our libertarian. Policier Libertarian Party expert of a governor of known Stephen From Ohio on the line. Welcome so what were what were you saying. What was the point? You wanted to make my my. My brother's US was is like leave it to the The reason I say it's over because Eric Monsters bended his candidacy. He had a considerable share of the delegates about seventeen percent or so and he jumped behind a Joe. Joe who only has Thirty eight percent of the the delegation votes so far but I think a lot of the sports going to consolidate and she's going to be the eventual winner Which disappoints me? Because I feel like Vermin. Supreme had the best shot of doing very well. and spreading the ideals of libertarianism. But Hey you know we have to water ourselves down and be presentable in an attempt to get votes right. That's how it works so I haven't I didn't really hear like I never heard of Mons until tonight actually and I this this woman I I didn't really think much because I haven't heard. She didn't seem particularly notable compared to like cash McAfee or vermin so as the warriors are going. Well Yeah I was GONNA say with Eric Monza on sorry John Mons specifically He was known for being. The first Libertarian Party candidate to ever receive over a million votes in any election He ran for a public service commission. See in Georgia and He won thirty three percent of the vote with one About one point one million votes and that was actually the record in the entirety of the US until Gary Johnson. But he he actually. I believe holds. The Record is far as a Statewide election goes to this day. So ver choosing candidates not based on how well they are with voters just like or not choosing in his case. But it's just just because in the past he got one million votes and so I guess it's like correlation versus causation. That's kind of I mean. I understand like the appeal. The math especially so many autistic individuals in the Libertarian Party. present company excluded of course. But I just think it's. It's speak for yourself there but I make eye contact no problem but it's not you learn how it's okay. I gotTa make the Plan Fighting Sneeze here to also it's it's All anyway so the point is that for choosing people based off of the electability instead of the worst combination of electability and policy. So is there anything that makes vis vis Woman Who's guests so far of a front runner Makes her particularly bad. Like she going to be worse than Gary Johnson. Or what are what are your thoughts so I I want her. Messaging and her appearance appears very politician. Esque and I think that in an interview. She would probably be a complete pushover and try to pussyfoot around her actual position in an attempt To Be presentable like Oh there's a woman that ran for Senate in lover God bless her heart her name's Lucy Brenton but in the Senate debates. She really watered herself down to compared to her What I know her. Actual viewpoints are and. I'm afraid Joe Joe is going to do the same thing in an attempt to You know kind of appeal to the voters. Appeal the Electable presentable because everybody knows that in an age where everybody hates politicians. The one thing you need to do is act like a politician absolutely so it's just that she's so just adverse knows specific policy thing that she's really bad on. Yeah but again like that's kind of why the two front runners right now. There are only two people that have a realistic shot at the nomination. Although the second place finisher is kind of slipping away You've probably heard of him. His name is Jacob Hornberger. He's not the guy who wears. The taxation is theft TAT right. Oh that's Dan that's that that's Dan Burn He. He's long out okay. Jacob Porn Burger is He's been in the Libertarian Party. For quite a while he ran for the Libertarian nomination. Back in two thousand He's actually been a big help in spreading libertarian ideals if he was endorsed he he's a he's the president of the Future Freedom Foundation. He's he's been in L. P. Politics for awhile but here's the thing although he strikes me as boring. He's definitely principled and he will not pussyfoot around the issues right. He'll be straightforward with people. And I think hornberger actually has quite a good shot at doing well you know comparatively because let's be real in this election year is very different than two thousand sixteen right. The never trump republican is a dead concept So you know the the amount of votes you're going to get has gone down considerably and I think that That's why I liked vermin supreme. So much is because I think that he would bring in non voters that just kind of want to rock the boat. I think that in polls people would say they like vermin supreme just kind of as a joke and I think he would have probably gotten into the presidential debates even if they didn't find a way to somehow up the criterium in. Oh that's a good point which they would've they would`ve. Oh I do think that it might have been a good since for. I wonder if they realize that. We're probably going to get more votes from Biden from the Biden side of Inva- trump side early from the Democrat side. Yeah I think if you're on the right wing you're unless you're you're like a wing Nat- or one of these unless you're like a wing Nat- or something you're going to probably vote for trump while many on the left might be disgruntled Bernie Bros. or what Biden being creeps. That's why we're choosing a woman right. Hit the nail on but no. I don't think I don't think that's why people are picking Joe Joe I think it's just because they find her presentable unfortunately During your show. Maybe if you do an after show you'll have time for the results to come. You won't be in for a while it'll be in We don't know probably another hour so a while like I don't know if you know this but this online convention has been a cluster. Fuck because there have been people that have purposely been trying to fuck it over just because they're mad that they didn't have a giant gathering of people during a pandemic like retards all while because they didn't do that or we're going to up. We're going to wrote the whole thing like earlier. I was listening in somebody. I actually have the quote on my page where I'm running for vice chair. Totally not a plug Some guy came in and said I motion to amend the amendment to reflect. That hot dog is in fact now the sandwich. Jeez I I love this party. That's pretty much had to share although I do have one more thing for you Yeah real quick you said you were fighting sneeze right. Yeah it's all allergies. You shouldn't do that. That's the equivalent of like holding back in relation. You should not do that. This very unhealthy. I Y you know it's it's you wouldn't opin addiction once coming out. I'm not I'm not into Adam servers plenty. Pm SERVERS. Whole Genre of people in into that sort of thing. But I appreciate the advice. I'd always appreciate your call especially when it comes to these matters. Six Zero Three two eight three six when sixty and or discover dot L. R. N. Dot F. M. If you want to go and join the on Air Colin lines where we have well. Let's see here. Let's say so. We have science fiction. Fx Year on air. Call in lines since we have some time. I guess I'll just scream a call. Now what a. Thank you for the call. What's on your mind? We could hold you over to the next segment if you want there I I'm not sure if I would be cutting into the topic at hand It's open phones so do it doesn't matter what you want to call in about anything you. WanNa talk about as It's good for me. Okay well I mean as I understand it I was actually a lead here by a friend of I'll just say at the outset I'm I'm a volunteer interest. I May Vegan. I'm a I'm also pro-life To desert I'm sorry three things that I take very seriously and I'd be glad to Debate just about any of those But I I was. I was actually having having conversation with a friend. And he told me to call in here. side. I tried it out on discord. What do you think about The evidence of Sasquatch the evidence of SASQUATCH. That's You Know I. I did not expect that to a lot of people. I know like Levin. Listen to podcasts are very into it. We talked about Do you mind if I hold you over to the next segment. I answer it or that'd be great. All right cool. Thank you so Just just hanging there in the call in line I'll get back to you in the next segment. My thoughts on Sasquatch. Because and you know it's not like I'm going to spend next segment you Rodeo furiously googling because I did have gosh man I I don't know or had a definite fought on it but I just have to recall back to my childhood. I did have a major view chain you pointing Risley so on the other side or to them talking about my thoughts on the existence of SAS. What's GonNa talk about Cultus behavior? Ride GonNa talk with the rap boy. This is pushing forty. Don't go away would be right. The protection of Life Liberty and property is about but it's it's an effort to move twenty thousand people who understand it's about demonstrating to the entire country. Yeah we can have a free market a truly market making it just a great place to live. It's the world's largest. Wall Interests Libertarian Community. 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And then I'll give out the number again so so bigfoot I guess I'll say what it is now as a child. I guess I never really gave it too much thought. I like the number one piece of evidence that makes me think that some form of SASQUATCH and I mean I is the video right. I forget what it's called. Patterson film are like some guy was out hunting in the Pacific northwest and he sees the SAS looks like a sasquatch walking and he immediately starts recording right. It's one where it's like walking and there's like A. It's across Cross River. So that's that's what makes me think I've seen my history channel specials where they have people try and recreate its movements in. It just doesn't work so I don't think that's a person in a gorilla suit so someone someone who I can't really say one way or another I I figure well if I that many sightings in verse which means You. Vat many of them. Why hasn't someone shot one yet? And I understand. It is illegal to in some states to kill Kryptonite. I think for some sort of corrupted legislation that that covers bigfoot so you would be charged if you kill bigfoot I mean I believe in dragons. I think that I fastens of years ago for animals. That what we would today describe as called dragons that exist too many different cultures. They have very similar description. Dragons right from from the UK of way to the Veneer East right with the the Israelites. And you'll by dragons or mention the Bible and and in China and Japan have dragon so I think that Yeah they discover new species every single day. So I'm yeah I definitely. I think that if if SASQUATCH did exist which I'd savers you know decent evidence for it it's just a very rare breed of North American ape. Because yeah I mean you know the the native peoples have been talking about them for for They've had ver- mythology but then by that logic also one could say the windows are real not just an allegory for cannibalism. But anyway so I know what what did you think of that? Answer Science Fiction ethics but I would argue. That's a very sensible response I'm actually very surprised. that's not typical to be insensible. no no not at all. I just. I'm just saying that the the the majority response is to be denigrating. The Stop ICK basically. I just wanted to come right out and say I'm not a true believer here I'm not trying to place any narrative I really just loved the conversation and I love the evidence and so like Dr Melda catch him Has specifically worked with people to try to get footage of bigfoot. They've gotten some Sundhage. I it seems that the best footage is actually from the like you said. The Patterson gimlan footage I wanted to just plug the The case for Sasquatch by Bob Gin Kindling. I don't think that's his real name but Bob Gimlan on Youtube the case for SASQUATCH. I think that pretty much nails it. Basically it goes along the lines of what you were saying. There's there's a sense of people that just denigrate the idea of cryptos. Zoology the idea that we've that we've discovered All the animals that exist. I'm sorry I meant the opposite but basically they did integrate the idea that we haven't we haven't discovered all the animals that exist and I will say thank you know I understand. I will say though I. It's versus stronger argument for like things of on underneath the sea or in darkest Peru or dark. It's Africa compared to slowly compared to like sasquatch. Where it's at least we seem to be the size of a bear right. Ver very large mammals right for large ground mammals. So I'd say it might be a little bit harder to argue that they he. I think it's harder to the bigger. Vr harder to argue that they exist. I had a girlfriend my highschool sweetheart. She was a firm believer in Loch ness monster and For me just never made it one because the number one piece of evidence for the Loch ness monster picture of a thing outside the head sticking out of the water of the guy. The Guy who took it admitted it that that that was a hoax. So but no I've been able to prove or discredit the Patterson film it. I love where you're coming from The so like the LoC this monster. So let's just let us take it from a more rational perspective like. Let's not step back from trying to make conclusions. Is it possible the fake yes of course and if someone admitted to faking it okay? But is it. Also possible that there was Some sort of a dinosaur that had continued to exist? You know what I mean had had a very very small lineage didn't didn't procreate too much I think that that could exist. I see the thing is so. We're talking about CRYPTO. Zoology versus zoology. Now the the bridge between Crypto. Zoology and zoology is discovery. So do we have discovery with bigfoot. That's really the question so I would argue that with Melba Ketchum and Lloyd Pie and also just the rational case for bigfoot with Bob Gimlan on Youtube. The case for SASQUATCH. There's you basically laid it out. That's the thing there's no argument here. You basically laid it out. Like there's a primate in North America. the question is how smart is that primate and hasn't been able to avoid. Us Like for instance. The Panda in the early twentieth. Hasn't been able to avoid CRYPTO. Zoology and zoology are the exact same study. The only difference is the bridge so so when WE BRIDGE THE GAP. That is the case of discovery. That's a good point because I'm just thinking take like some of the animals they find in the bottom of the ocean like an anglerfish right. You know officials the fucking light bulb bought. It said if we didn't have you know they just had a video of the anglerfish describes that right and it's like no that doesn't exist. You're crazy you fucking but you made the you drew that up somewhere. You know what I mean. Yeah but if you bring I but I think they have core. I think I've seen a corpse of an anglerfish or Siamese Bay horrifying breath and everything. So I guess there's probably more anglerfish than there are sasquatch out there and hey that's possible all I'm saying is that you look at Melba Ketchum and the DNA evidence. There's something other than what we know and then you look at Lloyd Pie and he analyzes the DNA evidence of Neanderthal. And you know also Australia At the with Blonde girl the picket switch. Thank you for your call. Appreciate it so you know. I think. This is the first time I talked talked about bigfoot. I was GONNA say bitcoin right. You don't give me give my topics victim. Bitcoin Although I November should be it. Should be a crypto currency for the SASQUATCH investing community. Way Conversation always appreciate that Defend by dragons next. Go back to update. Y'All libertarian. Primary question about forty dump away. Do you want more businesses accepting bitcoin. 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Fm that shows dot L. R. N. DOT FM. All right. Welcome back everyone to crushing authority. Live and go straight to the phones. We have Dave from New York waiting What's what's on your mind? Date the call on this kind of warning when you happen to know why people lie the Do you mind turning. Hold on Dave. Could you please turn off whatever speakers in the backyard every time we speak here myself so to answer your while you do that? Chance to request why people lie. I mean it's BSA. Don't want other people to find out the truth and willing to use. I'm SORTA using the word lie in reason. I mean you know. Lying is bad and people do bad things because they want to take advantage of other people take advantage of people's trust in them. So that's the best I can answer. Well I looking at my my bank's website right now and because you know because you know a distant whatever but I you know I want want to be able to walk into my bank and your business but it says on here. It says all ranch's will begin then did bobby services five point that beginning. June first and June. First ours'll because I want bank branch lobbies to reopen so that people can walk into long lines. I don't know if you follow me on youtube views about it. My Youtube Channel is called my own. Damn Channel. I got an email says you know. Thank you for contacting Mackenzie and is my pleasure to assist you today. I am pleased to. I am pleased to confirm that you're that you are still able to withdraw funds for H. Account via our branches are tellers our ATM's accessible as well or ATN's. It's were recently increased with all of this much money if you will need a funds of this. The point is is on the website and says all all grandparents will be limited. Lobue your services but then yet I get this email I I wanna be able to go inside and your business. I don't WANNA wait in lines wasting wasting energy where I can just walk inside the bank and take you need to do and their workout instead of waiting by your five or six hours wasting gas at waiting to get teller. Yeah that's tough. People are starving right now. Dave. I know but that's that's tough. So what are you going to do about it under sick of you know like I? I don't know what I'm GonNa do it because you know I. I don't WanNa wait long. I'm sure I don't know how it is up in keene. Are you guys able to walk inside a bank and your bank? Then this is at all. I did not fix that audio issue. So I'm about to drop you. Thanks for the call Dave so I did. I want to ATM the every day and had no issue the line was stay away from each other dat amount of courtesy. You don't want someone in your pin number. But I had a fine I I had to find time with it. I don't see the banks going back to normal anytime soon. Just because if people don't have jobs and they don't have a reason to go to the bank to deposit money or whatever so yeah that's what I think so. Apparently it looks like people are calling it for people are calling it for Dr Joe. Is She actually adopt well? Hopefully someone writes an article Within an hour about it so yeah it looks like the only the Libertarian Party has a female nominee this year Someone I add heard of up until a few days ago people were saying it's pony talk. Live Pony talk all right. Let's do some pony talk live of winter coolness and awesome hollow days. We've kept our hands home time off from work to play but the food we've stored. Here's running out and we can't grow in this cold and even though I love my this fashions getting all the time has come to welcome spring an all. Things warming green. But it's also time to say goodbye. It's winter we must. How can I help but new you see? What does every pony do? Do I bid without magic. I haven't got forecast Brusca Winter Holiday Winter Customer Right ponant fifty seconds opponent talk live. Oh yes so I was. GonNa say six zero three two eight three sixty sixty if want to call in via the phone lines or score dot dot. Fm joining on the on air. Call in line so here we go. We have liberty girl saying I love. The Dave is finally fighting the power. No he's up fighting the power. He's he's bitching and moaning and calling into radio. Chose not try and egg into violence. Thing but Yeah I do. Think that dragons e coexisted with people just like I think if you go to this temple and of its Angor Watt some temple in Cambodia and they have hieroglyphs Revealed like statues carved into the wall of people and fucking dinosaurs. Right you have a stegosaurus right and it looks exactly like it and you know people say oh. We'll show us the dragon bone show. Well yeah I mean it's called it a T. rex or it's called. Where fucking dinosaur? They came up with and these people who say oh you know the Bible. Btf Oh exists. Okay well you know. Y'All fought dynasty. People thought dinosaurs were a bunch of fucking reptiles and really are covered in in in my info in favors at least velociraptor. So don't fucking lecture me on you know if a crawl. If the zoology finished yet or whatever but yeah. I mean I think that what we call dinosaur bones are in some cases dragon bones. That's that's just my they call like pseudo archaeology. Yeah I mean I think that's what we're on. I think. Ancient astronauts or at least like the drawings of ancient astronauts were memories of the people who survived the flood on the pre flood society. Where it wasn't you know when they draw someone with a helmet. It wasn't an alien it was an it was like Leo literally like an ancient space mayor because they been able to detect radiation on locations of ancient cities right and most likely were nuked. Ancient Aliens is a very interesting show. I mean one of the only one of shows a ruined. The history channel early started to ruin the history channel. But at least it's about history right unlike pawn stars which is entertaining. But it's even less about history of ancient aliens. So Hudson Valley wants to Nova Name My techno music. The I forget the name of the intro. The I am a program which is A player the intro for the second hour. Invest for program by Mega Drive. It's in it's a six minute version. I recommend disguise music. It's pretty good or guy or Gal. I WANNA talk about Allison. Crowley to since people are bringing about into chat here goes to here. Vampires implying campfires. Vampires Definitely Bankers Elsa Crowley before apper lamb ritual nasty house which is very interesting. We'll get into Crowley never signed switching off forty. Don't go away we'll be right. Back into the political world is a maddening cesspool of corruption and lies. Nobody tells the truth. Nobody keeps campaign promises. 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And that's just WANNA look up so the book of Abraham Abram Ellen Abram Mellon abor melon are very go see here to book round tells the story of an Egyptian major named Abraham or Abram Mellon who taught a system of Magic to Abraham of worms a Jew in worms Germany presumed to have lived Circa thirteen hundred and sixty two is this. Some of magic from his book regained popularity in nineteenth and twentieth centuries partly due to Samuel Little McGregor mavs translation the book of Sacred Magic of Abram Mellon Magic and major and partly to its importance within v Hermetic or a golden dawn and later within be missile system of FELINA created in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty four by Alastair Crowley and so. That's very interesting here to talk about the Lima talk about so in. Nineteen six Crowley decided to alter Abram Ellen operation so that he might perform it during a trip he and his wife Rose Kelly for infant daughter. Were taking for China. He reported first division of a shining figure who admitted him into a match. Go order a which isn't exactly what you think. It is later a more drastic miskel experience. But he thought to be the knowledge in conversation of his Holy Guardian Angel however he showed ambivalent about the role that his use of hashing. His use of Hash had played an experience so in October. Nineteen Ninety eight again. Performed the operation in Paris without its use as he developed a system of a V. knowledge conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel has become a fundamental task of every minor adept. Alva Crowley would go on to create his own ritual for attaining this also saying that adept could be more or less achieved this mystical state in any number of ways well fundamental concepts remain consistent with a Abra Mellon so. That's always great. If Alister Crowley has something to do that so he at least for right you'll die flesh curses Eliza claiming that he'd performed rat actually brings up something I heard about to he. Contacted entity called LAMB. Which looks like a grey alien and part of me wonders if people would claim to see like clockwork elves little aliens. Maybe the Grays One Veron D. M. T. so part of me wonders. If they're just like you know a certain type of spirit that just follows people around like this and then we reveal themselves when they think that they could be somewhat of us. So that's horrifying Crowley was was very interesting to just. How many like famous people? He knew that we didn't like he saw. I think he had a split with Anton. Levay real name Howard Levy right levy heave the founder of what we? I guess what's called today the Church of Satan and I think Crowley just didn't really he had a falling out with them or or something right like he wasn't pure enough and Jack. Parsons also had a falling out now. Jack Parsons worked for JET PROPULSION LABORATORIES. Right and so. He was involved in the early days of NASA and rocketry and he was a hardcore satanist and they would hang out with Ron Hubble or chef. Forget the guy's name the guy who founded scientology so they're all connected so the satanism connections very interesting right people say. Oh it's just a panic but We I mean just like it's anyone who is saying that the whole satanism thing is a Is like oh it's a Christian hoax or paranoia? I'll look at like Maria Abramovich and Google and all that shit that they're pushing out because they know it's not just like Oh. I think this is a very cool. design L Ron Hubbard. Thank you Eagle. Die Flush curse. Give a number out one more time. Six Oh three two eight three six one sixty to join over the land line and Discord L. DOT FM to join on. Be Call in line. Very a lot of people are disappointed with tonight's libertarian. Primary it's interesting too. It's like I mean granted. I didn't pay close attention to it but compared to what I heard about. Let's see here John. I didn't hear much about John. Mcafee or CO cash new. They're running but it doesn't look like it didn't look like they ever really did much granted hard to do anything right election season now because a corona virus. I mean I wonder if it was for corona. If it wasn't for coronavirus would this person have all have one which I guess there's no way to say at this point but We have here drill Texas here in the chat says mcreilly Bush connection has been made. I heard about that once. It's where I think it's like a Laura Bush or George W Bush's mother is somehow related to Alastair Crowley with over weird shit but he did a skull and bones and some stuff I heard but Tony Blair does. Who's one of Bush's best buddies British Prime Minister? I certainly wouldn't doubt it all right. So what's now here? Okay so you have a CUOMO brothers this is. This is a good way to end it. 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I do plan on being back next Friday Friday Friday Friday being back next Friday at least definitely probably over. Like de live only. I don't know if I'll be able to take calls or not but so here we go. Dan. I don't care who's writing the opinion piece. Andrew Cuomo and brother Chris make a mockery of viewers and CNN. And for you unaware and actually. I'll play the. I'll play the clip later. It's just it's getting like versus a point where someone is too comfortable doing. Something hold trying. I can't send a message wall to wall hosting show here. We go skews me area. Got It all right. Sent the message. It's important it's an important message to e in C. I asked Ian. I'm in no rush Here we go Barbara Bush's mother apparently dated Crowley. Okay sort of like with that. Sorta like with What's his name? Webster Hubbell right. Webb Hubble is Chelsea Clinton's biological father which I doubt I mean they look they look similar right. She looks more like you. 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The look-alikes where Chelsea Clinton looks like webster. Hubbell who's he had something to do with Hillary Clinton but he's one of those people just don't he's like an Arkansas Person Your agenda Yeah and he said Joyo Texas like just in from Canada and Castro. Yeah where like people would just all they do. Is They just put a beard? Photoshop Castro's beard onto Justin Trudeau. And he knew his face and he looks just like Castro and he tro. Senior was a very ruthless man right. He was like Veg like Bush senior of Canada except he had a more successful your prime ministership and he was a cock right. Maggie Trudeau was fucking the Kennedys. She was fucking everyone. Margaret Trudeau Judo Junior's mother and she Canada never had that bad of relations with Cuba which is why Canadians up until recently were allowed to go. Just now that you now Americans are able to go also would like I would have been nice to be able to go to Cuba on my Canadian passport and have no Americans able to do so. But I wouldn't really want to support the government there. What it depends. I suppose I haven't really looked into it if it's an inexpensive vacation and I could impress a woman then yeah I would definitely go there Oh yeah people were pointing out to Chad Bat. He versus a picture. Castro playing basketball in the fifties and he looks like Young Justin. The number one argument. I've seen against that. Feary is that is vet. She was in Cuba at the wrong time. But I think it's very possible that you could screw around with dates and things like I give wrong dates back then. The Internet wasn't around so it's like how are able to figure it out so I mean I think it's definitely possible so yeah I mean it is fun to think about it. There's no way we're going to be able to prove it but this does go B- This does sort of play into day. One of David exe series that is abalone and bloodline writer. Illuminating bloodlines are all these. People are related right like somehow is related to George W Bush. I his mother was in the CIA. So maybe make sense Obama's mother but yeah it is scary to think all these people related to each other so to here we have. Crowley was a pro drug corrupter of polite society similar to Hunter S. Thompson but prewar. Well all right hold on hold on. I think Hunter S. Thompson deserves to be described. He'll compared to Alastair Crowley because I'll it will one hundred Thompson. He he never really bought into all the bullshit like he saw past the Sort of saw passive avail of society. He was into nine eleven truth. That's what he was. I saw I read a an interview of his magazine. And someone asked about nine eleven. He just you know he he just flat out said is to get us into a war and he was investigating who did it but said he was afraid and he ended up shooting himself right so. I wouldn't. I wouldn't be so harsh on hunter that way. I certainly look up to the guy fear and fear and loathing in Las Vegas. I haven't read the book but the movie that Looks Pretty. That was pretty good. I saw that one fear and loathing in Las Vegas So let's visit a weird twilight of the show where I don't like. I don't WanNa get into a new topic because we're close to the end. I want to save some stuff for the okay. I think I can make it. Yeah right I can make it so I'm gonNA play video on the side here and his is you're you're gonNA WANNA go in right. I'm doing it for courtesy of people because you have is going to be the last thing I stream last chance I get to a stream from studio for a while so I'm going to Dasher sell take advantage of it at least until two then. I have to go and I have to wake up. Wake up pretty early for fucking moving truck and ask him to be fun. But that's what adderall is for so the news media gave Bill Clinton for Mavis from Fox News about the brothers Cuomo. The man from hope are now trying to sell us on New York Democratic Governor Andrew. Cuomo the candidate from CNN. Where his brother? Chris Anchors from hope to hopeless but Burgers Cuomo created yet another journalism outrage Wednesday night. Younger brother Chris who anchors for CNN once again interviewed his older more successful brother and it wasn't news. And I gotta say people call them Frago. It doesn't make sense free. What made Frito So pathetic in the Godfather was that he was the older brother right. He was older than Michael. And Michael Ends up getting the Michael. Getting the Family Juror family business because he was just better better than Frito in fact he was so horrific that it made news as reported by newsbusters. Chris whipped out a giant swab. Right like giant ear. Swab of Roy q tip and his brother. Is it true that when you're having the test administered you inhaled and the doctor's finger went up your nose and got stuck and it had to be released with a tool so if you don't believe me if you don't believe me. I'm going to be playing that. I'm going to be playing that clip and I saw I saw this morning. I wake up and I'm like post starting to put boxes away and to take shit. I go to the bathroom like all right. What's in the news and I look and I said. Oh that's that's good. That's on time now. It's like I mean someone even pointed out it's like we're in living in idiosyncrasy. Four hundred years too early because I saw this ad advertisement it was for a Walmart. Covid nineteen testing area and is brought to you by Pepsi. And Yeah it was so ridiculous right. Take Care Sugar tits listening on the D. Life. Well hopefully all miss interacting with a chat show. I'll Miss Interacting with D. Live. Gin which jet but I'll build up my own chat on my platform when I broadcast from home next week on Friday. What did I say Friday seven? Now Fuck Yeah Friday at ten. I suppose Friday at ten because I don't want to Miss Tucker Hannity maybe nine. Whatever though. I'll figure it out. Chris has gone from newsman to Baghdad. Bob FOR WANNABE CUOMO presidency. And that's especially important since the governor is widely viewed as a potential replacement should Democrat presidential candidate. Joe Biden Falter before the election. The press is so obvious on this point that MSNBC host joy Reid called Andrew kind of acting president so he has the endorsement of clucking hens. That's Nice the CNN. Half of the duo doesn't ask tough questions. He clowns of his brother like. They're on a set of Saturday. Night live that might not be so bad if Andrew were in the job. More befitting his skillset performer or perhaps journalist instead. Andrew was governor of a state hardest hit by the corona virus. Most likely because it was his fault and it was. As Governor of Andrew ordered patients infected with a virus into nursing Ho- homes were thousands of died now as political reported on May seven Cuomo is under fire for response to Covid nineteen at nursing homes. He changed course but only after more than fifty. Three hundred people had died in nursing homes. And that's where majority of people are dying in the nursing homes. None of that gets discuss when a CUOMO's get together on TV on TV or at least not one yukking it up on the air. Chris even joked that the giant swab was needed to quote. Fit Up at that. Double Barrel Shotgun that you have mounted on the front of your pretty face. No even in context doesn't make sense. It makes sense but it's If he was Jewish that would that really wouldn't so would sit well. V resulting segments are both an embarrassment to what remains a professional journalism in a stain on the body politic even the press has noticed before his Columbia Journalism. Review's John also raise for obvious questions should crispy out to interview a family member and a journalist. Six sixty right. You're not even allowed to interview at least from what I learned on campus. You're not even allowed to interview a friend because of conflict of interest so I mean imagine interviewing fuck and family member. Oh that makes it okay right own. I'll always honest about my brother. See here nights in the chats asking me how I feel about delight delight so far. I haven't stealth streaming it myself. I haven't streamed at myself. I've been using enes account but so far I like it way better than twitch like way better than youtube because at least fifty live. I don't have to worry about getting taken off time about certain subjects. 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Thanks for having me on. Thanks for taking the time my friend. I've wanted you on for quite some time. And then over the last couple of weeks you went from a guy. That's Kinda hard to get to a guy that's impossibly hard to get and now I've got you in a hotel and we're GONNA we're GonNa take advantage of the time so everybody knows what happened a couple of weeks ago with you at the White House and the Brouhaha and as I was saying to you off camera watching the media go after you were so consistent with what I've seen about so many of my guests who have dared to take in an opposition opinion then mainstream allows for but I WANNA hold that for a little bit because your back story What you've been through in your life is pretty incredible. And IT'S A it's a true story of perseverance. Actually could you just? I know you've told the story many times before. But can you back us up and tell us the Mike Lindell story and then we'll get everything happening in two thousand twenty absolutely and by the way you talk about after so that the White House of the Rose Yard the overeating interviews now since then. So it's it's brought this platform. That's giving me just huge. Just when I can't give bigger it gets bigger but you go all the way back on For my story of begins back. I guess you know with up my new book. What are the odds from crack addicts to seal? But it takes me back to. I was seven years old. My parents divorced and that's divorces were common. I got moved into a new school two hours away and I was only kid in the whole school that was from a divorced family and I felt like right away it started and I I didn't fit in I would I would do things on. I remember climbing out of a moving bus. Went to show up and jump into the DITCH REDSTONE. Minnesota luckily in and everyone. You know they'll go out. Can you believe did that? It would be crazy things or when talk to them. I was very shy in that respect but I thought myself that I love. There's something different about me. I just felt dipper. I didn't fit in with any one group. And and this on throughout high school and traveling anywhere anywhere. I would i. Didn't I didn't even date really in highschool because because of that it was it was just this unworthiness spirit and I think When I look back now but you know I was at my five year reunion. I worked last two jobs ahead back. I worked for. I worked at a grocery store and a drive in movie theater. Anybody out there don't know what that is was big theater. We pulled up. I went to one drive in movie in my entire life. I saw robocop in about nineteen eighty nine or so at a drive in. It was a big thing back when I was growing my work there for years took it was voted the number one place to work back then by the way if you were to work for some and it was fun but but anyway then went to college at the end of the first quarter. I dropped out. It was still working the two jobs that I just dropped out and railway I was. I was addicted to compulsive gambling and I started drinking about seventeen actually laid for you know sixteen or seventeen but the We got to our five year union. I remember getting there and of course I was probably high been drinking and are not and anyway The all of these guys said either started families. Reg waited from college started their careers or they kept the same job and moved up the corporate ladder already so I was upset with myself and I wasn't where I was where I knew it could be. Everybody was ahead of me. I thought wow I am. You know what I did is they took over that whole reunion and told them about all these stories that were true. The Mafia money twenty thousand dollars. They came to break my arms for football bets. I had when I was seventeen. I got like eighteen tickets on motorcycle. Today's outrun on the cops You know I went to go. Skydiving fell asleep on that motorcycle crashed. It was bound terminated all banged up and mounted determined to get down to stand Minnesota and go and finish this skydiving jump. It was my ninth John and my parachute didn't open. I have streaked at the ground and all these things but I'm telling everyone at the reunion and they're just going. Wow Wow what. Nobody didn't hear anything about anybody else but I got home that night. I laid embed knows. Just a deep sadness came over me that. I really wanted what they had you know and I hit pellet into this thing of like. Where's my life going and you know. Well then it's about nineteen eighty two or eighty three Did different things than it was became a card counter a professional car daughter. I'm a local Edward Jones fire raising pigs. That was the last job ahead for someone and I decided. Well I'M GONNA raise big myself into my work for him so I went bought. All these feeder pigs put them in some residential area and the bottom fell out of the market. That was a disaster so but I believe tried all these entrepreneurial takes on the same track as I tried cocaine and when I try cocaine was instant could be where I wanted to be false courage. I had this You know the masks any pain I had felker's top of the world agenda. What anybody thought to me I was you know felt better about a cell was all these lies but but I was very functioning attic than cocaine for twenty years and joy twitch to crack in the early two thousand but during that time I ended up getting married the government dreams. I have four kids a very functioning addict and which You know addiction effects. Everyone no matter. How many folks you eat with people say oh. They're addiction the street If they perceive attic GATT well moisture. Your they hate to say are functioning corporate world during the the you know. I was afraid of talking to anybody. That hasn't suited tie. I wasn't as good as SAM. You know but but they were just as many problems as anybody does. Well anyway the On it was always an entrepreneur. I end up having a bar for thirteen years and that bar will probably a bad place for an addict but I am. I try different things in the bar. You don't learn a lot there with entertainment in advertising and stuff you know. Different things A lot of this stuff by learn there. I've learned You know the entrepreneurship. I really took but also is a bad place for my addictions and they switched to crack in the early two thousands and then I could not do what I was doing with the bar anymore because cracks at different drug. It's not a social dry. You tweeted out windows and it was Took all my friends. Were cracked very fast. And I said I'm never going to be like them and I ended up one of the worst ones. If there is such a thing but in in two thousand was about to sweat had to sell the bar two thousand three and that was that was a circumstance beyond my control but it was going down. Anyway it was going down the backside with crack and Two thousand four middle of the night when that had a tree of the name my pillow night always my whole life searched for. I have problems with us. When I was sixteen at that grocery store I actually had a trip. One of my first paycheck so we don't looked around. I Don apartment store now bought of seventy dollars per pill in nineteen seventy right. That's a seriously expensive pillow adjusted for inflation adjusted. It was probably the way it was the most expensive July could find is kind of this. You know what a strange appeal back down to where I'm at now but I try to work. Couldn't return it and it. I just remember that but it was an endless search for pills but anyway at the street of my pillow the need and I've got up and I wrote it off the house connecting the line. The P I'm all excited. One of my daughters comes upstairs on the morning. She's like eleven twelve associates. What are you doing in this pill? Let's call might go. What do you think of? The name is going to change millions of people. It's going to be the most the biggest thing ever and I didn't even know what was going to be your. She grabs a glass ladder. She goes that's really random but but I I it all in I was just like I kept getting his dreams and you know what I wanted with something. You could adjust and me and my one son per day after deed get home from school and we would tear tried. I think we try to ninety four different kinds of phones and things to win. Nothing what I wanted to but we just want to give up on it and Pete. My friends or laughing. They're going Mike should've into pill though and the other ones were saying. Hey if you ever canceled like that I might want one well. It took about a year year and a half and we finally had at John and I was so we had no money left. But we have some dealers said enough. I took out the first one went into a bed bath and beyond I remember going in there bringing in Wisha injuires. Your is over there. I'm talking to Michael. Hey I got the best pill ever you can move at Justin. I did not know everything you can right but I'm John while this I'm so asthma. How many you want. I didn't know anything about retailers. So we have one buyer and you don't and he's not here goal where is he? He's one NASHOBA. National was so persisted. Passionate he goes. I'm you need to leave now. Go No really homey what are now. And this is the way. We're closed door at one after another. Nobody wanted to deal. Nobody wanted my Bill Smiley. Someone said Mike. Why don't you do a kiosk? I said how do you spell that? I actually went to the kiosks. I filled out something there. I was really out of my element because you could be on drugs and selling your big in which I which One of the things too when I did sell all those time I I never broke. Trust with the promoters That's a key thing but anyway so we rented this kiosk in Minnesota and I couldn't stand it talking to people straight. They come in so it was just shy was just like I couldn't talk and I'm actually hoping new customers would come up. You know. It was Kinda Weird. Well my wife. At the time she worked most the hours but the one day I did work the guy came out very aggressive so he he buys one and he says I says you got a Business Cardi said this is really unique. You've got to this since and he Is ordered on a piece of paper. Gave him a car or gave my number. I remember the ESPN such a failure. I ended up doing Rahman money for Christmas House mortgage we had nothing left but we have three hundred pills and so we left. Everything was on that guy called around January seventh at year. And he goes are you. The guy invented this pillow in Minnesota. He goes well he goes and I knew I knew I gave my number one guy he goes. Well were in the Minneapolis home and garden show and I same spot for innovative products this pillow. I've never I've been sleeping on. It changed my life while I said Yeah. I'll come in eyebrows. Money to actually get into his show and But I got in there. Put a table out a table out in front of me so that people could come in the booth so I felt more secure like a security blanket and they came by per se. I remembered I changed boots and I did selling and it was. It was easy for me because they were coming up and I had an agenda. I would John just x amount. There was no small talk and and they would go by boy. I was telling him that. I E every single one of them almost a big that first day they came back the next day got back into the home show and told me came up and said wow this this. Help me sleep and all this. It wasn't about the money for me for the first time I felt so good inside that I had done something to help somebody. And and this This ties in with addiction. Everything which second tell you in a minute but from pointing on that started seven years of duty home shows and Fairs in Oh going town to town throughout the throughout the US evil remake them and sell them at the At these home shows and Fairs and just hours and hours a working some shows should be good so SOCI- bad but but Take track You know crack cocaine and other addiction. While people were taking the company there was so many tacky. Tried to take the company that we'd have we'd have so merck pursue recipro- people come in. They seem something there but the I did get the patent and their copy. They were trying to copy it everything else. We ended up making pillows Got Two thousand seven we were labeling him in our living wrong and I never forget looking over at my wife at the time it might son one of my sons and I knew that it got so bad. We were GONNA lose everything because these guys Which we're taking the company. The House the lights were GonNa go out on the house. We were losing the House and my wife left about two days before the lights went on the house she couldn't take it anymore and So I went through got the got divorced. Lost everything there. The pillow is just a little blip on the radar and got to be two thousand eight and significant. Things helped in two thousand eight with the pillow. Company was just like a pulse like somebody got coma and of the things that one of the significant things it was four. I was up fourteen days with no sleep in Minneapolis and come out of the room. All three of the biggest drug dealers is standing there. What are you guys doing? You know each other they go. We know each other and they said you've been up for fourteen days. You're you're not getting any more crack than I said. What are you just intervention? The guy goes call whatever you want well. Two of them laughed and how much you got left. I showed him on much rocks and he sat down to make sure that I did. It meant to bed when get anymore. Will he finally fell asleep right? Both time is running out. I was tweeted on the floor carpet. Colored farming looking for crack. Houston never scratch. There well went back downstairs headed outside at two thirty in the morning. It's like bees in every city in the country. You can get cracking drugs. They were. You're out there like visas. It's like a whole nother a whole nother world and. I'm up there offering money for you know twenty dollars for a five. Nobody would take. They're looking like what are you crazy. We're not selling Where we know the threaten anyone on the street if you sell to them. We're GONNA kill you. Renewed hopes while came back upstairs defeated walked in there and the dealers association up noises that were offering he says. Give me your phone number to take a picture. And he took a picture said. There's for that book you've been telling us about your date. He goes man. You've been telling us for years that this my pillow is just a platform for God. And you're gonNA come back someday. You'RE GONNA help us all out of this addiction world that we live in and we're let you diatoms. I was there hulk because I told him that all the time. Here's the actual book. The actual picture it goes into a Hologram. You see the bad good you. They're unbelievable unbelievable. But then on there so that was the picture taken in two thousand eight. And that's where I am now and that by the way to those guys worked for we now. They're born again Christians of not sell anymore so I'm cut. It's come full circle but they year My son was crying in the driveway. Your got back from hunt show is. It's all cheered up. He said he was eighteen. He said this was another place. We are in a lucid. He said I go you coming in and he goes. He goes no doubt. I can't live here anymore. I thought it was hiding it from you know and I just said I'm Chris Breaking my heart and I said I said Yeah you go live with your brother this no problem and it just hit me like you hide it from anybody and then my son or right about this guy came in December. This is really key to Mike. Lindell recovery network. When we talked a minute. My friend came in December. There was nothing left. I was sitting in the house all was taught and and he said Dick comes walking in. I go what are you doing here? Now who is my equal? We're the same age. We both started cocaine at the same time very functioning Alex. He's switch both switched to crack about the same time and he had quit four years earlier and found the Lord. And I heard about that. And I've gone but here he shows up and I go dip what you doing. He goes to the Lord. LemMe here he goes. Let's go like a well as long as you hear got questions for you. Chris. Wallace is boring. He goes no mandating drilled him for an hour live for our. Because you know what I I respected his answer because he's been where I've been and he made it through. Somehow it was like my. I call my hope hatch in my book months later. I ended up quitting. I said January sixty two thousand nine I prayed said Okay God because nothing left. I made sure I didn't have any money or anything so that you know they say that your bottom there wasn't really my bottom. You know I think I could've survived without money but I knew if I went without one more day one more did I would have to courses my life. One would be my calling where I'm out today and abandoned your phone that would be it would be whatever real be would be like an old drive and whenever the second feature would be wherever that path was taken me. That's where that's where that was going so you know what I'm GonNa wake up in the morning never had the desire yet and I woke up in the morning at all. The designers were gone. Now I did go to faith-based center about two months later to find out why was an addict in the first place but then things happening that these miracles. I need a disguise for taking the company and took all my show is ninety. Two thirty thousand dollars. I needed a a a met. These guys are Memphis guy. This is Oh this is just a story all the time the Guy said Oh. I'm some guys will take chance to borrow money or whatever. I talked to you a couple of weeks earlier and sold the needed the money in the afternoon with thirty grand and I was walk in there with a t shirt and here I walk in there. I don't know these guys for Madam here's a CIO Sei. They're all wearing suits. I'm scared to down. I go there with a pillow win abroad. Thirty grand pay back forty grand within two months shows. I'm GONNA help the biggest biggest company in the world someday. These guys took my company used to crack cocaine and one of the guys said the C- appointed goes well. We need to quit and should last Thursday literally up left. The room is like shark tape for that reason. We're out. Yeah and the other four ended up giving me the money because they didn't even know there was no they never checked my id. 'cause I knew that because I didn't have a driver's license so I walked out of there with the cash ended a pain back with things like that kept happening for the next two years. Gone Up to an idea that I said my friends family had no money left again and I said you guys have we all put in money I want. I have a dream of the biggest social. No box stores GonNa Jacobs. Nobody's GONNA take us because everybody that bonded those shows loved it and he would tell other people and and they so they put their money. We were told by these These professionals all commercials don't work is just to get into the box stores so the boxster is don't want me and I don't want to go there. I'M GONNA do my way. And they said Oh it won't work. You need an actor and I said I wanted to like I did. At the Shaw. With a real audience make things real infomercial. Launched at three. Am on October. Seven two thousand eleven. I was limited. My sister's basement everything I had was. I'm big on that. That infomercial and eared employs no just fallen so we were taking that we have you know everybody taking fallen out my friends or whatever at within forty days. We had five hundred employees. It just exploded. I built my own call center. We are higher people off the street. They go mike you need to be. Ceo I go. I need to be this big chart. Apparently that salts horrible when corporate attorney says we never missed a beat. We never missed up. We'd every everybody got their pillows on time my on time for Christmas but it just went wall. Hey Ruben report podcast listeners just a quick reminder that my first book don't burn this book freethinking in an age of unreason is now available for preorder it. I show you guys how to navigate. A world of outrage mobs political polarization and online censorship without totally losing your mind preorder your copy now on Amazon or Barnes and noble or go to don't burn this book Dot Com and Order Yours today All right there's so much there I want to focus a little bit on the fact that it seems like you found your purpose in the midst of an absolutely chaotic time in your life. Sounds like personally family? Obviously the drugs and the rest of it when you look back now. Do you think you needed all of that craziness to actually find the purpose. That now is clearly having you live the life. You're supposed to be living absolutely you know you see me. Wear my cross on TV all the time and even when they did have it on. Tv. And I would. I would I would always tell my friendship to the bar closed back in the day. I would tell them about. I read about revelation in the Bible. When I was in Jalen. I'd be witnessing to them. I didn't have God or the Laurie Relationship those guys would quit. That Gay Twenty eight people quit during those years and my friends are what when you saying to them relief? France while it was all those times. 'cause I had fourteen near death experiences that run through my book. I have things that only you golden in the book. It's like what are the odds when you have a one in a million happen. A one in a billion or this. This is not just a chance when you add them up at your own lives. When does it become a miracle for me? I use mathematical odds that God has to be real because all the stuff that happened to me was possible and the Then he something actual day that I did a full surrender. Get this February February. Eighteenth two thousand seventeen. I mean so this was you know that's just a few years ago but I I always have faith but I didn't have the chance your question. Everything that happened to me I say it all the time. I would not change one thing if it's not where I'm at right now because that that convinced me that God was real and I just turned it over to him. Full surrender now. I could go out and use my platform. I don't have any worries. I don't have any you know. Put all my faith in God and I could go out and do these things evangelism. I'll thinks to help people. That's what I do. This wasn't about selling a pill in always has been. My pillow was the platform. And that's it. Yeah you must have had people. I'm John I'm the. Us Editor The economist and host. A podcast who checks and balance. I'm Charlotte Howard. The New York Bureau. Chief I'm John. Fasten The Washington correspondent each week. We take a theme shaping American Politics Right now. Tap into America's rich history to answer some big questions. How do we hold an election in a pandemic? Why is the president trying to raise oil prices? How powerful is the Democratic Party? 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That's religious prejudice against other religions or something like that and I just went on a rant still anger issues and I go and I just flipped out in a SEC because I wanted to leave anyway. I'm going it was like Like the movie. My cousin vinny when the right goodbye. You know you're right. I'm out of here and just say I said I'm not that cross the stand there so you like it or not and she stopped and she just goes well. If you feel strongly about it I guess you can leave it on and this is the thing. I've fought with that people use to call me when I was the only person taking phone calls doing them home shows and I did a little public access TV station and they people would call up and say you're wearing your crafts on. Tv and they'd be they'd be easiest Christian slamming for natter and I'm going I wouldn't argue with them. It wasn't about showing a pill. Then are you about in with them and telling him things in the Bible again antiques. It happened to me that couldn't couldn't have been any other explanation. They would find Jesus and hang up and I take that. How do you like me now and I'm still manifested. You know it's funny. I'll skip withheld. I gotTa tell you this now with the say Boycott Mike. Lindell and boycott my. Kill the trolls about such better. The other people say oh. Don't boycott him. He Goes Hill. We see another that guy. I when we get in a little bit to what happened to you. After the Rose Garden Speech. That was an interesting moment. Because I saw a ton of that. All the media's going after you and then you look at what regular people are saying. And they're like yeah. I just bought a pillow. I just wanted people pillow. People are screen shotting receipts and the rest of it. But I I want to talk a little bit a little bit more about the business specifically because the idea that you did the on air infomercials and that sort of thing and that you still do them. It's like there's something there's something about them like the amount of time that I've watched your infomercials or I remember growing up watching Ron Pope. He'll set it and forget it and all of those things that spray hair for some reason. Even if you weren't going to buy those things you'd watch them. There was something about them. Do you think there is some sort of magic that beyond just being yourself or whatever Ron had what what is it about them. Giving me this platform and is for me for my gift from God to be able to to speak and to have that. That's my calling that that's beyond anything I'd ever imagined but one of the things is we make real. We do all our commercials. We HAVE OTHER COMPANIES. We tell them what to do. You know being a couple of people inside my pillow we make a real. And you know it's an anomaly. No products have made it sustainable on TV. Every time you see my pillow it either breaks even Bat. One exact one either breaks even or makes a little bit. Because I don't need the other stores and stuff I wanna I I did sound. This never been done before. Where you're you're making your directly to the consumer directly to the to the the public and Tom One of the things is as I think it's the real of it and and I've been on two point eight million times. I heard that number. I had a fact check and I'm going what you know. It's just like it ought to me is beyond anything. I've ever seen but once again that platform to get that platform of trust and about you know religious. I've never you know it's just this. Is We this is who I am and I'm not going to change and I put it right out there. Why always You won't see one of my commercials. Were unaware that cross and people like to see what's real and the and it transfers over I M on TV. I'm not something different. That's all can you know most of the things you see like the one back in the man. The Mirror Wentz. I'm over by the bed. We used we had one whole day of Tapie. Where where I'm over there with that Koppel in the man of the mirror window of commercial and I'm going and I'm holding it and I go. You'RE GONNA wake up in the morning and we just thought that natural stuff in there and people were senior the streets and they go. Ooh It's just so it's just the jingle so powerful to that was sounds cool. Well it's just so obvious also that you were ahead of the curve because now because of podcast and Youtube and everything else almost everything in the digital space is is direct to consumer right everybody's using often code Ruben or whatever it might be to sell their product so so you through through going deep on television you actually help model something. That now really works online too. Well you know it's it's depends what you pay for the online it's just like a TV on TV You know I'm very blessed. All of a sudden I cannot. I could never make or putting the ads on CNN. I'll say this straight up. I couldn't put the there because they were still charging for a bigger viewership from back in the day. So I quit. It didn't matter what I did but just recently I was ever to break even on them so I'm quitting here. I got one of their host saying bad things about me and all of a sudden commercial comes up hall. I might joe how you doing. Where am I cross near you go? That's pretty cool that that's about as good as it gets okay. So let's talk about the CNN hosts and and what happened over the last couple of weeks. So obviously we're in. We're in the middle of Corona virus. President trump gives a speech at the Rose Garden updating people on what's going on as he's been doing pretty much every day and then he brings you up. Well I he told people what you were doing. But you know what? I'll just tear it up to you. I'll just let you tell the whole story. What was what's that morning like. Did you go the Rose Garden? Bring everybody back here to go back in time. You have to know what the the part where I quit everything. And how did I end up with me? Being friends with the president the United States. I think to have that you kinda grasp. What helping there when I when I quit on my drugs and everything by the grace of God. I have never voted. I didn't know a liberal from a conservative Democrat from a Republican. I knew nothing care. It will be politics. Didn't affect me. That's what I thought but when I came out of crack addiction everything it was like how out of a coma and I'm going caroling. What's going on here? My friends role employees. They're losing their houses. I had already lost mine We gotTA president giving money to an evil empire. We got halftime above Baseball tournaments for Luli. And they're given out first place trophies that when I go what is going on. I mean everything had changed. This is crazy well anyway. Then you get up to two thousand sixteen explain a lot more my but I get invited by Donald Trump before he was president to come to come to. New York's or to New York City to trump tower. I get there a private meeting. August fifty two thousand sixteen. Now I walk in and it was just him and he goes Mike Yoy sway across you Mr Trump. This divine appointment. I for some reason I wasn't nervous. He just was like wow is. This is a normal guy and we started telling me all these things about the told me whatever you do. Don't tell you an extract attic. That's one of the proceeds. I told him by the way I was an next crackdown. I can speak clapper prediction. He goes I want to wipe out the drugs. I want to build a wall in. He told me about high wind every John's Beck and manufacturing back here the. Us Like my pillow and he asked me questions about that. What he really cares has no agenda other than he cares about. Our country be everywhere people with four four to know forks. And I'll tell you one thing I've learned in all those years of beating up our I could judge character and I'm telling you he was just I. I mean it was amazing. I walked out of there. How far later I go. He's going to be the greatest president history. I walked went to his employees. Because I couldn't believe when I talked to so many of employs on everyone to listen to that every one of them said great. D is this really does the best because he helped me out personally. Every it was everyone you could same thing same thing from a dorm into a court again matter now. I go back to what everyone to hear this. I go back to Minnesota and I tell my board said you guys in the heat of the lecture the campaign. I told my board appeal. I said you of believe it. I said he's GonNa help. This country is that I've never seen anything like it's going to be amazing and they don't want to do a press release and I WANNA go people on TV back. Then I could do. I could tell the media that I'm walking across the street. Twenty cameras would shore away with my my my board said when a member my corporate attorney goes he goes. If you do this you're gonNA RUIN ARE PRETTY. I got outside the Office. In My CMO chemo she goes. We didn't get this far by you. Not Listening to God I. You're right I went back in that war may said we need despite not listen to God. 'cause I felt it was my calling to might you know I had tobacco that this was that I was divinely supposed to do and so I did that press release. I didn't even tell them what we talked about. You think the press would be. Wow a minnesota just you know random guy. That has a great story of be an addict. The now he's gotten salvation he's got redemption and he got to meet the could be the president. You know what none of them called but some of them did contact me. They call me a racist. They called me everything you could think of the better business. Bureau administrator took my dealers ready from an a plus to an 'cause I ran my buy one. Get One free too long. Because they internal whatever bars. They're not they're not they're paper play business. They're not a bureau anyway and then the lawyers in California attack me they. They would after me for the kinds of stuff. Have you ever experienced anything like that? I mean you had your own trials and tribulations but had you ever seen just by. Oh saying I'M GONNA support this guy or I like this guy to watch like a machine go after you know nothing like it you know. I could go back in the day I've swords to my throat up at guns to my head. I bet you read my book had happened to me but something like this where you're going. What did I do you know? Like I couldn't believe it and then you feel you're trying to destroy my dream this dream we had gotten so big and you're trying to destroy all my employees. That's was my heard I go. They're GONNA kill us. Open employs that I am probably eight hundred. Employees are thousand employees at the time and it would just attacking. We were in the news. I get all become even every newscaster when they did. This When the trippy from any plus to enough every news out of the country I was the story of the year and that was like January. Second two thousand seventeen every used out there. It didn't matter. Abc NBC CBS CNN. Idiom matter you know and they're just slamming the and sound biting making me look terrible and So I learned faster at what right away ceremony to live interviews. Because you're not gonNA take it. Shot me up well but I've gotten used to it. I actually now is. It's over once you get past that. It's too late to close the gate. The calls wrong bar honored and I'm not changing. You can sit there. They'd over the past couple of years every time you say something wrong on Fox or do some. There are not wrong but say something that they don't like they'll go boycott my pillow. Mike Lindell the they say. Don't boycott him. You know w well like I told them before. I ever ties across the board on every station if I had to pick and choose what every host says on cable. Tv and all the subjective there. And you know what? I'm not going to put out a new date there. I I see an assembly seat batmobile directly and I still advertise. Keep it separate. I enjoy not only that. You've you've also doubled down when boycotts have come on for certain hosts right. Didn't win when they were really going after. Tucker weren't you the one that filled filled the gap building up? Ingram the boy. She was the first big boycott that they de and we ran a red at the start of the hour. I just filled it up with my pillow. Ask How is the only one basically for wilder and you know because I couldn't believe it. You know what they were doing their trade. You're trying to tell me in your own line. Let me see the you never see their faces. Either you know the hidden Wentz and other than you. Postal say stuff. But here's what happened the last week so we got a little rerun here. I mean I never thought that my popular paying could go any bigger whatever infamous fame. Whatever you WANNA call it but I start making mass a converted my whole competency seventy five percent over to make a cloth masks and it was quite a project. We did a trade all employs. But we did it in night's four G. Can you just explain a little bit about how you do that? Did you have to bring in experts to change machines? I mean call amid a call to the vice president soft she email and they sent me right away job Peter Navarro and and whatever he was running I didn't know who piranhas and then he emailed me right back. A heat dragged me to a task. I already set up in a little coalition about anybody. That was all these different things for master. Whatever kind of like set this up so people can have their questions answered so I call them the first question. I said whether the whether the measurements is IRV restriction that I have to know about because obviously I have to worry about getting sued by frivolous lawyers in California. Let's not forget that so I had to make sure everything was you know was right in the meantime. I already said I'm doing so my my -ployees they're very good at scaling. I've got some of the same team. We're like a big family. We just started going. We took that sewing machines moved. Made them eat pete apart We had to move racking. We had to make sure that I had to make sure that we have the right. Fabric was a blessing. The my pillow fabric was perfect for it we just had to not do to processes of printing another so. We had to do a different process but it was a big switch and then I had to get elastic. I bought the wrong allow sticking latex so I dump that gives the rain. Elastic was a low shortage for one day. But I was determined I was GonNa get it and then we had a biggest really expensive cutting machine so we could conduct patterns and we were up making mask in three days. Everyone was traded their uncle. Get close to ten thousand the first day and we had a two ships or friend of mine we slot them had to be longer commercial automatic. Just I up joke. Twelve every day set in the foundation. Is Joe midnight starting again five in the morning? We're GONNA give Neil by the vice president's office and said could you come out to be evolved in a round table like I was involved in one of the two thousand seventeen percent ever in the White House and for me being America. Well they said we'd like you to help raise some remarks. I'm going okay. I'm going what do I need remarks for a round table for so i. Actually the remarks are here. These are the tight ones here. These are the type remarks. Okay so I type them up and send him out there and I was even real particular. They wind remarks what we were doing and specifically about what my pillow is doing. I'm going okay You know it's fine to brag about what I'm doing to help the country but I'll do it just sit around table and So fly out there. We get to the round table and there's all five CEO's or if they're the vice president a couple of guys down at the forget who they were and we go around the table and each one will. This one's respirators and this Wednesday i. We're doing Moscow. But nobody was looking at their remarks or whatever. I didn't even see any papers. Aw Center the president came in a good half hour in what they're doing you guys you know. Can you make war? What do you plant? What are your plans and We get tired of the president's up and they all get up an executive vice president. We read our remarks he goes on. Oh they're proud site. The president might call you up to date really so now we go into the other room towards the old office and the President Hugh Showing Lucy kind of get low tour here. And then he sits down. He's got redes- speech with the vice president and we're sitting over here at this table and I thought you know what I'm reading the remarks you know what I wanNA keep a message of hope to the people and so I start writing on the back and if you can see my scribbles does little arrows that go down and stuff Who wrote it? I thought I would rate it on a clean piece of paper. I just had done with the last thing I mean there's crossed out and everything and they go. Okay we're going out to the Rose Garden. What okay so all I said was gone. Please let me read my writing. That's all the president calls me up. I I mean I came right up. We didn't practice so I didn't know we're all going to go on the end so called me a person. I'm going straight up so I think they held the other. Ceo's back so just mnay and here's a guy that has so much nervousness of speaking. Now I did. A my My throat I had a vocal cord surgery just a week before still was a little raspy like I am now and Get up there and I've read them and then I just felt you don't let a good short around. I said Mr President. You might have read something off the company on he said yes and then I read the guy you know. Guy gave a scrape on November eighteen November. Eight two thousand sixteen Ilias read. They don't talk about that. We our nationhood turned his back on God and we should spend his time reading the Bible getting back in the word spending time with our families. And I said we're all GONNA get through this with this great administration and everybody's prayers and everybody combining we're all in this together and we're going to be stronger and safer than ever. You WanNA think shot somebody. Okay also so you do all this. It's impromptu he's letting you do your thing. You talk about guide. You're making I think at one point. You were making fifty thousand masks a day right. Yeah you're doing that right now so you finish you finish this speech and did you even think about it or realize what was about to come your way like did it even cross your mind. No do you know what it was. Just it was like to be up to feel like you didn't. I didn't think abused. Shot her round the world and we won't. We went back into the White House. And the first inkling. I got that it might be real. Big Was the vice. President came to me and he goes. He was just wall. Mike you know he goes. You've opened up the open up the habits that keep you just it was just. I don't even remember what said but he was just I could just tell he just loved it and I'm going good. I got a little confirmation that it was okay. The president number the thing about it you know he was talking to the CEO's and US and and we go check when I when I left the White House. I finally got my phone back. See they have your fault right and I hope it up by photo. Turn it I have seven hundred and fifty text messages. I didn't know that many people had my bone number happen. I looked twitter. Stout image of I looked at my piece book blown up. I have two thousand emails. I mean it was just an trying to drive. We get to going while pull over. I was just going. I call him principle. What happened? You know everybody's talking about it and I'm really and so for that point I've done eighty some interviews as of today every day all day? I'VE GOTTEN CALLS FOR ISRAEL. My friends in Australia. They said it was on top of all. The News in the time on paper was the cover of their national paper. This was like you'd think it was and you know one of the good things are glad I asked the president because the everybody knew he had no idea. You had no idea. So you know people that said. Oh you're mixing church and state or church God or whatever guided got that government. You know what I did APP. So what are you GonNa do put me in jail? Sorry guys just a quick reminder that the Rubin report community is officially here this is the first project of my new TECH COMPANY LOCALS DOT COM. And you can get ad free video ad. Free Audio podcast. You can communicate with me. You can communicate with other fans. We've got a news feed that has no algorithm ick manipulation there's no shadow banning or D. boosting or the rest of it. We're going to be building. These communities for all sorts of CREATORS OVER THE NEXT COMING MONTHS RIGHT. Now you can sign up. At Ruben report DOT COM or download the Rubin report APP in the apple APP store or Google play. Well you didn't you also didn't the government didn't force anyone to listen to you. People could either here. You and and believer enjoy what you say or not so be it but now okay but now talk about just the media reaction. Because I'm sure you're getting a lot of love from from Nice quarters and it must be nice to hear the vice president. Say some nice things but really I mean I was watching it as it happened on twitter and the amount of of main stream media people who've never donated a dollar giving up any of their time there oh the mypillow guy mocking you mocking trump for bring you on into big stunt Blah Blah. Meanwhile you're the one I mean it cost you. You don't have to tell me how much but I assume it cost you quite a penny to convert the operation. Not only that but what? You're then not making in pillows you know that was the big of rewarding me for just speaking out his name because now when that happened everybody you know laid off a bunch of people that were on the road doing shows. I have people that to hall shows and Fairs. Like I used to do they did. They had lost their jobs. Because they're closing. My stores were close one now. They could all the could get on phone calls. They're still coming in. You know they're still coming in and getting phones in our business went up like you sick for every one attack. Nine people is even more than I think for. Everyone attack fifty people would go after that guy. What's wrong with you? You know they would tell with you. He's doing great things. What have you done and these studies? Jim Acosta was sitting empty from me and he maltby CNN. I was a PR stunt. That idea that he played me directly a PR. You get to promote my pillow. Are you kidding? Maybe you listen right Jim. I was promoting Jesus. I was promoting bibles and spending time with our families. He got a little wrong there. Maybe he didn't listen to listen to the first part of the speech was every C. O. Went up there and talked about what they were doing for the country and Jim. What are you doing? These are the things that was like you know. And then you know with all this media but I was good thing because I was on a lot of media to that when you call you know to was able to take the politics out of it. We're all in this together. I don't care if you're Democrat Republican liberal. Contrary don't matter. I all these all this from people magazine. The Washington Post Fox. I mean it didn't matter and they also actual outlets treated be right. I mean they actually treated me right. There was these hosts late night host one late night host said we got Mike Lindell coming on tonight with from my pillow. He's GonNa talk about absolutely nothing and him Saturday night live. Of course they do there Alec Baldwin did his as he did his his You know mocking and all these. So when I say is this and I told the president this I did tell him this. I said you know Mr President said these press releases that you're doing these press conferences. They said people are seeing how you great leader you are. They said ratings up sixty some percent but I still want to read you something I said this guy is a friend of mine known him all my life and I said he sent me just checks and it said Mike you know I'm not a big tunnel president trump that he's he's never trumpers. What is is said but but you know what God bless him. He's doing a champion of a job. I think he's turning me and you know what what's happening is the whole country is is coming on board. And they're gonNA see that having a pragmatic common sense president. Who's an information vacuum cleaner? Takes it all in who other president would take an listen to private sector? People take from listen to his cover. Listen to everyone before he makes decisions but when he you know the hits amazing having a businessman. I'll call it the Republican Party. He's changes to the Common Sense Party. You know if I had to look at politics before he took. There's things that party I like. He's a bind whole thing. This is the way it should be for the people and I want to tell everyone due to that he took when I left the White House that night I had more. I'm an optimist like you wouldn't believe but I'll tell you what it was from here. Level two to level ten highest. It could be because you know what I was seeing the same thing I see before he was doing making a decision here. Some some governor would've took him six months to do some. You did it. Four days is it doesn't take care of. Let me take care of that. We have somebody. That's making decisions Matt based on politics. He's in the because we need to save lives but we need to get people back and say is the biggest city said the other night ever while you know what you gotTa do this every politician most of them I've met and I've met him on both sides. Us CAREER ONES. That are out there. They've all their lives. They made decisions with their own agenda. Seems like they don't have the people's back and finally this is what's changed and even people on the left I don't care if you're liberal or progressive. Whatever you are. You're seeing that. This is the common sense thing because this president knows problem solution. But he's got a God given talent to know whether it's going to manifest to to help each and every one of us great joy to our daily lives that's it so as guy that went from an optimist now you can call it a super optimist in in the midst is craziness. Clearly you're you're loving life right now and things are good and you're still using the masks as you just said you had a certain luxury in that. Because you know you're you're successful and not that they couldn't have taken you down but you had a bit of a cushion there to to to weather a storm. What would you say I get this question all the time I get this from college students that they're afraid if they say one thing that goes against? What mainstream wants that they're GONNA get destroyed. What would you say to a young person that wants to stand up? But but you know doesn't have that cushion or even a family that's going to defend them or worried that they're gonNA lose their job or the rest of it. Well you know what we're getting through that if I just gave you the by street half years ago. I'm An said you know what if I'm you unskilled too? I mean I don't ever back down and stuff but now say you know what is happening all around you now. They're the they're the small voice. We have to all rise up in be chat voice. You speak out your business will be busier if you speak out for what you believe and you don't back down to two able to to You know you're going and you know what when I said that about being taken out of our schools and colleges. I doubt these. These young people are looking for hope. Right now. Is the time of the greatest revival in history. We have people out there looking for hope looking for something fun. What's wrong with Jesus? What's wrong with eight and it appeared added to your home. I want to bring this then too. Because that's what my book is with addiction if you're an addict in your home right now and you can't even get out whatever your quarantine whatever it is and you know what you all know it. Everybody knows before this massive deaths. We were having heroin and prevent non stuff. It's Hor horrific in but you know what you we all know that no pure twenty two opium Danneker heroin. You also know any of your friends that made it through your own age just like I told you about my friend. Dick came to me. Now's the time to pick up that phone where you're sooner and reach out to that guy say you. What how'd you get through? How'd you make ask him those questions? You can't get the treatment centre. Ask Him the questions. That Security Council and on the opposite end. If you're somebody sitting at home this made it through had your hearts restore you probably went to a salvage team. Shown Union Gospel. A faith-based treatment centre that works secular ones success rate. I don't want to get into it. They're just to take an insurance money or but anyway if you're if you're someone who's made it through now's the to reach out to people you know that are that are there are media. They're still on drugs. They still need their hearts restore. They have wounds. Maybe they're following went through a divorce or never had a father like that affected me in my life. Addiction comes from childhood father's just wounds trauma anywhere whether says tells me. Oh it's a disease. I don't believe it. I've seen it too many times where this happens in manifest into usually an addiction to mass pain. Reach out to those people and we'll make it the biggest. Add in history of the United States. Only Jesus is are higher power. Not just some made up car and it'll be amazing and these. This is what I want everybody to know. We're GONNA get through this and when we get through it. We're going to be just like nine eleven nine eleven. We were safer more secure of nine. Eleven happened horrible. That had happened. But you know what we were. We were so vulnerable to terrorism. And that we now you go into an airport you go into arenas in your check to you know bell checks and everything we come out of this. It'll be different. But we'll be protected against a against an unseen evil for a long time to comment. I guarantee that this president been saying all along. Let's bring our manufacturing back to the USA. But let's bring the once. We don't have to rely on our medical devices or medical things. We need to survive. I got only two more for your Mike. Is there any is there? Is there anything that you haven't accomplished that you want to accomplish beyond just continuing the message that you're trying to get out there well in this case over with I'm launching the biggest? It's called the Lindo recovering. Our just going to be the biggest not going to help just five thousand years help. Millions I came hall works works somewhat like the whole match I talked about. I've been working on two years. I have millions of dollars my own money into it is going to be the big. It's going to bring millions of addiction. I'm not kidding amazing platform for I believe it's right from God is the Divine Day the my what. I'm doing now my walk if I am above my own paper. I printed three million copies. I sell almost you know why because I didn't want him meal. You're not gonNA find out in stores this. I'm going to direct to the people because I'm taking proceeds and this is what's so you know what's going to work. What's going to help Linda? Recovery Network get launch to help millions of people and employ tens of thousands of Amax Annex. That have gotten their hearts restore me. Tell you about addiction J. One. We're thing about addiction. You don't have so many ex ex antics. That work for me up to people say to me all the time Mike you work so hard. You know how you need to take a break. You know what I don't I love what I do addictions hard work any addict. Delta where the hardest workers ever? When you're when you're now you've got it just to get all the things you go through and you know what you get. That person set free and they're going to stop the world on fire. They're the hardest workers and a great entrepreneurs great minds and it's amazing so that's one thing I'm doing and where the we're the platform leads. I don't know I'm spoke to a big stadium. Fifty Thousand People Stadiums for a guy that can talk usb stadium in Minnesota. I spoke to fifty thousand millennials. 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Fm and welcome to the show. It's in here and the captain and mark well It has been very interesting last few days. It's been an interesting year so far as far as things to talk not even halfway through twenty twenty yet so I mean yeah it's been a heck of a year. Yeah fortunately Things of course you know. We've been covering the CORONA VIRUS SITUATION. Pretty in-depth here on free talk live and specifically the loss of freedoms that have gone along with the coronavirus situation because to me that is the situation. Yes the situation isn't Oh my God you might catch a cold or a flu and survive because you most likely will survive it. What are the newest numbers on that? Less than half of the percent or not the death rate and obviously corona virus has some you know the Co Morbidity. And there's there's some dangerous to getting the virus that it don't result in death but Also those numbers that you're talking about basically pumped up while they're they're not pumped up they're paying they're paying them to to Find it but I mean if you look at the prisons right where they had like. An outbreak in a bunch of people caught it for like a week. And then it just sort of like. That's it right. Not EVERYBODY IN PRISON. Got It not. Everybody came down with symptoms now near I mean a very small percentage of those people died so if you look at that as an isolated microcosm of what it is you're like I feel exactly the same way about covid. Nineteen as I do about the flu as far as concern level. Which is. I'm not very concerned. Well I think that for one our concern for the fluids inflated because I think the numbers coming out of the CDC best. I are inflated so maybe you have the same level of concern you probably should have the same level of concern for Covid as you do for the flu. But you probably shouldn't be as concerned about the flu as you are shocking government. Would if you're not over sixty five or seventy or something like this covert is probably something you should. It's probably you should just isolate away from people that are that age is probably they should isolate it. What THEY WANNA DO So we've covered that in in great detail and it's interesting because that precipitated. What came next. Which came this week. Which is these what I would call. I guess continuing to spread riots violent disturbances of the peace by crowds opening in various cities across the United States protests and riots and in many cases they're going alongside each other and all kinds of stuff. Yes and protesting the riots like at home count. Count my gosh. I can't believe these people are rioting thing and I'm like well I can in. Yeah Yeah I can believe people writing because you know you've got kind of a perfect storm of a situation here right so in order to have a big protest you need to have a bunch of people who have nothing else to do yes right so if you have Remember occupy and that happened back in it only eleven New York City and other cities occupy Oakland and elsewhere. You had a bunch of people who came out and they occupied a park or wherever you know Wall Street. Wherever they occupying Oakland's case they actually did trash the the city hall which was pretty cool but So people came out and and we all had more freedom afterwards right. Oh No. We didn't because it doesn't do anything right. Well I don't know I wouldn't say that protests I we you hate the government and I'm certainly pretty anti state myself but trashing the town hall of the City Hall isn't GonNa Do Anything. I will say one thing about. At least the protests that have occurred in the last twenty four hours right yes particularly the Minneapolis ones and then what folks online or calling the. Minneapolis virus where it's spread to other cities. Same type of thing. I will say that the one thing that in my mind. Positively or positivity has come out of this is that every American person. And that's you know in the geographic area of the United States. Every American person is now aware that police stations can be overrun and overtaken just by a matter of sheer quantity number of people. Every one of them every police station everywhere. In every city in every town can be taken over by sheer force of will number of people. So it doesn't that counter what you just said that protests. Don't do anything. Because in this case they burned a police station in Minneapolis precinct. Number three when that place got set on fire and two nights ago now zone. I was like wow okay. Something different is happening here. This has gone to a new level as somebody who has observed a number of and participated in a number of protests. Quite a few Over my years as an activist so rice you did film. I don't suggest the in riots. I'm not a I'm not going to destroy Private property of not interested in that and unfortunately that is the real downside to all. These there hasn't been that much comparative too much much. What destruction of private property compared to I heard and I don't know if this is true. Okay okay so you don't please feel free to check this claim but people were talk people who are watching this stuff like there's some chat channels. Where the Libertarian activists? Here in in New Hampshire have been kind of posting. Here's this is happening over here. The number somebody said there were one hundred seventy buildings that were destroyed. Wow extent on how much they were destroyed been hearing about. Is that like in Saint Paul. The state capital has been under siege. The police stations are under stage. So apparently now in Minneapolis just while I was watching okay and I was watching the Unicorn riot feed on Youtube which is one of the more popular. Lefty kind of life livestream channels. They torch and I'm GonNA forget all of the buildings but they torched an an autozone. They torched a liquor store they included of course A liquor store. They torched alluded before they torched. There was one guy actually can burn real good one guy. She died inside because he wanted the best liquor so he went down into the basement and got store hard to feel sorry for him out of bedroom but they torched let's see what else do the next day. That news came out that they had torched a local restaurant The next okay. Today the news came out that they torched a local bookstore. Point made they destroyed. Har- get as well. There's actually video guy. Before they got some television. There was a video. They looted the hell out of targeted. They actually had video the guy driving around inside the target. They busted the doors down. The of the protesters busted the doors down. Some dude. Yeah some dude went in there. It was literally driving around in the destroyed target. He actually comes out in the video and comes out the exit doors so it's been a pretty crazy situation and there's been a ton of private property taken all right so let's just minneapolis their riots. Going on there are protests going on And at the same time and all that stuff tell me about the other riots that occurred in history That have in the United States that have resulted in what they have resulted in. So what did Occupy Wall Street result in? Okay so if you want to talk generally about the ineffectiveness of protests I will generally agree with you that it is a way a protest is just a way which become right. Some don't but a protest is just wave. Let's take the riots. Let's talk about burning a whole bunch of buildings down. What does it result in? It went onto the Rodney. King Thing. The watts riot. I mean these things. This is like the Rodney King thing except bigger because Rodney King was just less Los Angeles right. That was just that place. Go how you're seeing. This happen in a lot of places now. I don't think anybody has set any other police departments on fire which is really sad to hear that they haven't said because I think the one thing that sets this one apart from the other ones that you mentioned just now mark is that you pointed this out last night when we were chatting in then this is the first time that they actually targeted the organization responsible in of all the rides. I've ever seen yes at least in the United States. This is the first time they they were literally writing as a result of the murder of George Floyd and we should mention his name. Because that's what this is all about. That's what sparked these protests and the resulting riots sparked emerge floyd murders that had gone on by the police. Many many of course largely unfounded too. I mean there are plenty of Stuff that people have gotten upset about. And you'll find out later you know. Let cure by. I think the guy was just a criminal you know and so I mean there are. There's some legit cases out there. George Floyd sounds like one of them. But there's also some pretty illegitimate stuff out there with grievances that doesn't matter mark there's a alcon. There's a ton of people who have been murdered at the hands of the police. People are rightfully upset about it. The toll free numbers eight fifty five four fifty free. And you've got this perfect storm folks who don't have anything better to do and they're really mad and they're going out more coming up. Bitcoin DOT COM has launched a trading platform at local DOT BITCOIN DOT com allowing you to buy or sell bitcoin cash via dozens of payment methods. 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Crackdown orders that we've been hearing about so that's definitely an important story and it is worth covering But also the most important story that I would say tonight and the last few days are the ongoing protests slash riots that are happening now in various cities across the United States. We will get deeper into that here. In just a moment. Marcus brought up the age old question of protests worth it. Do they really accomplish anything? So we can certainly address that to extent. They are just an appeal to authority right. Are they extent depends? It depends certainly a lot of if you go far enough. It goes beyond that appeal to authority to simply as a sort of a statement are warning about you know if we in this case. I mean what's going on here. Is that apparently these riots? What else to call them or spreading and businesses are being. The police stations are being besieged in Brooklyn. That happened last night yesterday. So let's go to your calls and thoughts toll free numbers eight fifty four fifty three. They also even breached statehouse in Ohio. Couple nights ago as well. There was glass broken by protesters there by the way the glass companies are going to be doing really good and we go to your calls and thoughts. Let's Talk First Patricia. She is on the line in Virginia Beach. Listening to W had Patricia. On the care I apologize. You're listening on twitch you are on the radio for now go ahead with Your thoughts Hello Patricia. Going once Patricia going twice. Well that didn't go very well. You let's go to Jerome Listening in Charleston South Carolina. You're on free talk live. Hello I'm here. Hey Jerome what's on your mind. Can you G did you see about? Minnesota was on my mind. Hey podcast for our cost like a cop celebrities. Because trump's celebrity you get away. Get Away with it. Great Point they go let him get away with. This doesn't look like it doesn't look like it at Jerome to your points My take on this whole situation is why in the hell does it take a riot for a policeman to become arrested. I'm a child in the fifties or from the fifty working. I've seen this movie. I've seen this movie before you have. And we know how even though they arrest the cop doesn't mean that they will convict the COP. The arrest is just to try to placate people. It's like okay all right. Well we'll arrested okay. Don't doubt anymore. Police stations well it will arrest him or going to prosecute him and then later he ends up getting found innocent or guilty. It's found I'm that's what's going to happen here. Maybe they will send him up the river just because they're so afraid of the protesters and such but it's too little too late this. This system needs to go ahead. They're going to send him up the river. 'cause he's guilty as sin and maximum you wanted was right. He got enjoy. The local news fans seem to show that he had enjoy murdering knows he did. He's a Sicko took jobs room. He's a sick effor who wants to hurt peaceful people and he gets pleasure by the way this particular cop. The one that Committed the well one of the three or four whatever who committed the murder because apparently there were other to other cops that were leaning on the guys well in various different ways are holding in just WanNa know any clover char this mad eighteen complaints for cancer team as she did nothing about who the hell is a run for president or something. Yeah she's going to be wanted to know. Maybe she'll be the candidates. Well hold on. What what. He's saying she was supposed to do. Is She? Like in charge of Police Department there something. What's she was Attorney General? She has some very problem with this Minnesota. Young people helped prosecute people. There's guy had eighteen complaints and I'm Kelly Joe Biden right now. If you pick her you can kiss. My food could buy you know. Come on I was just talking about Kamala Harris last night. How many I mean she was the aged for California right like how many unarmed black men jerome. Do you think were killed under Kamala Harris. I have no idea. I bet it's a good. Yeah it's our how many how many cops Scott Eighteen complaints against him. She was she. Lets mine I don't know there's probably plenty of this. Is the old game. I mean Jerome. You know that police get get complaints against all the time and not a damn thing is done not in Minneapolis. Not In California. Not In Boston not in not in New York City because the police are gang there are criminal gang and Air Project Club. And you're not in it and it doesn't have to do with Color Jerome. I mean there's some color that comes that's involved here. I'm not going to claim that I would like to be a black man getting arrested or anything like that but I will go ahead and say that you know like Kamala. Harris is part of that club. Hey Drum did you go out? Is there anything going on in Charleston in South Carolina? You won't see me at any dog poop parties. I can promise you that. Didn't somebody get like strangled at a pool party? What happened with the Pool Party? You GotTa help me out. No that was come. Some Guy Somebody testing for positive for the COVID. Nineteen water one of those two parties was Missouri. Last week you start at now take out a quarantine they got they got find out. Who else is tested times because UK sick? Hey so what? Oh hold on. Are you saying that you wouldn't go to a protest in in Charleston? Just because you're go I wouldn't go to a pool party okay. I'm asking about protests not pool. Parties are on keeper might do. Is there anything going on? Though I mean have you heard anything happening in Charleston they were some protests today? Okay because there was a lot going on today. Thank you for the call. Appreciate it I went to the one in Manchester New Hampshire today which was going to say larger than I thought it was going to be. It's New Hampshire right. It's a small place yeah The the protests that happened in favor of reopening New Hampshire that that captain you went to one of those with me. I did maybe four five hundred people at the at the State House which I consider to be big. Yeah for New Hampshire. It was certainly at the time the largest that I'd been to at that State House. This protest was maybe two or three times the size of that one. Well there were a lot of people that came out today. I'd say well over a thousand people enough people to stretch the complete length of the block. So they were as they were walking or marching around the block By the time they came back around to the other side of the block there was still marchers. That had just been leaving the park on the on the opposite side so they literally stretched the entire block. That's not the hugest city block in the world. But it's you know it's no slouch. It's a large park anyway. There were probably a thousand and fifteen hundred people at this event and one of the reasons I wanted to go. Beyond just the fact that I I support Ending the state and protests. Like this are are good thing Was because I don't WanNA see private property. Destruction happening now. I'm just one guy but if we could bring enough liberty minded folks people who care about private property rights Which Libertarians tend to if we can bring enough of them to this event and we can be interspersed within the crowd that maybe that could help. Deescalate a situation from becoming disruptive it would help if they didn't inject agent provocateurs into the situation. I would say that If there weren't prevent that but there is a bunch of evidence supporting that in Manhattan. Yeah Oh yeah. Oh Yeah we can talk about that. 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Org Can invest in this project and putting it potentially make big gains or just be involved and perhaps shape its future it's Inter- coin Dot Org all right so we can tell you more about some of the various protests slash riots. That are going on across the country. It'd be if you told us about it. Are you out there? Yeah are you in the midst in the midst of some of these things that are that have been going on and in some cases resulted in police departments being breached. What have you seen even set on fire as happened in Minneapolis? Now if a second police department has yet been burned but boy if they can burn a second one then that'll be a trend and things will get really interesting. Things are already pretty interesting. Given what has gone down in the last few days all of this of course following the The Madness and the crackdowns from Kobe. You've got a bunch of people who are Well frankly board. They've been unemployed and a lot of cases they don't forty million people newly unemployed in ten weeks. There's a lot of people who literally have nothing better to do who are upset in a lot of cases and rightfully so for various different reasons. And you know what? Here's an opportunity to go out and do something now. Will it make a difference? Will it end or change the system? One thing's for sure in Minneapolis. They definitely decided to arrest that cop when they previously had not made that decision after. It seemed seems awfully coincidental that the next day after they set that their police department on fire that the guy got arrested because previously they had like a links cops guarding that man's house by the way. So if you WANNA comment. You're welcome to join us here. Eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom. Well go to your phone calls where Robert is on the line also listening in Charleston South Carolina To WTN mango and Robert. Yes I just wanted to point out that you know Martin Luther King was very smartly realized the best way to do something with peaceful demonstrations. You start burning and pillaging. You'RE GONNA have a tremendous number of people who are not going to take that in stride and they will they will return the fire. You'll you'll have fire coming from both sides. That's not the way to do it. And as a matter of fact that destroys the clause. Okay maybe the next day they get arrested guy but they will probably going to rest anyhow. I mean there was enough on on on those four cameras that were photographing the situation. So there's very little chance he with been arrested. Know I mean I will say reality side like the the notion of what you're saying but like up to the point of what you just said we just don't know and that's the problem is we can't make a scientific comparison. There's no control group here to see whether things would have happened or not. There have been arrests. There have not been arrested. There certainly have been a myriad of police killings over the years where there haven't been in an arrest yet but there doesn't need to be interested in every killing and that's somebody kills a an innocent person and there probably should be an arrest and there's been a myriad myriad of them where they have not innocent until proven guilty and even the next day could be totally different and those things he falls slowly. I WOULDN'T BE SURPRISED TO HAVE YOU ROBERT. Who's called this show before and basically filleted? The police on the air here on free. Talk Live doesn't surprise me that you would call in to say. Oh don't you dare how you know? Oh you're so ineffective. Don't burn down the police station. Well as far as I'm concerned if the station is empty burn it down. And that's actually what they did because They waited until the police evacuated the station. The police had gone up to the roof of the Minneapolis. Third Precinct Department. They had fired on the crowd from the roof with rubber bullets. Or whatever non so-called non-lethal things which many many those can do some pretty significant damage to the human body and then they they got the orders to leave the building. They climbed in all their police cruisers. There's video footage as they're leaving the facility where they actually bust through their own fence because there's like a fence gate their whatever they bust through the gate. They don't even bother to try to open the thing. Take off down the road and then the The protesters got inside and proceeded to breach through the entire building. They you know from what I understand. They were initially held up. By whatever security measures there are inside these institutional facilities but somehow they got through all that and there's a point and the night where I was watching live at two. Am or something like that where you can see. The protesters made it to the roof of the building so they totally went in that placing and got full access seemed to the entire building. I don't think they torched the entire thing. The fire seemed to be relatively small. But it definitely did some serious damage to that particular so Robert in to my point. Is there a point where violence should be used in protests to one's government because it I mean the nation is founded on that no? There's no need for that counterproductive. It's always I don't disagree with you there because I'm sure it's always counterproductive. You are living in a country where it literally produced a new country. Yeah and I'm not saying again that this is a good idea. I don't know I'll say I'm going to say. Violence is not a good idea. Generally I'm opposed to it and I thank you Robert for your call tonight. I was having a conversation today with a young lady. Asking me questions about New Hampshire to declaring independence because I had a bunch of I wonder what the French would think about saying that Revolutions excuse me the violence Never produces anything well. I mean ultimately if violence are your seeds than that is what you're going to Tori later on state. The only thing the state does is violence or threat of rats and coercion so the only way to combat that is to equal the threat of violence. I don't know I don't agree necessarily with that. I think that piece is if the government is afraid of the people in the same way or more than people are afraid of governments. Then you might have a shot at producing some change. And there's the fear thing right so there have been riots in the past and we don't again we don't know what the world looks like without them. There are no control groups. We don't get to say that the government grew more or less or whatever but there is certainly an underlying threat that at some point or another there will be violence if the government continues a what basically amounts to bad customer service. If these people by these people I mean the protesters and rioters right. If they want to effect change then I think something like burning down a police department. After it's been evacuated is a good start. It'll get attention but they should be doing other things and we've suggested as much previously previous shows like oh I don't know surrounding your mayor's house just surrounding it does anything just surrounding it. Letting them know that you're there and you're not going to be. Yes which is why. This mayor in Minneapolis sound. So good right on if you've heard any of the quotes from the guy. But he sounds like he's got a you know he's got his s together. He's got a level head about this issue. He's with the protesters on the George Floyd thing and wants to see some sort of justice or whatever that's because he doesn't want the protesters are shown up outside of his house. He's no fool. He wants get reelected. You know oh I can focus these protesters anger on the police rather than my house than he feels like. That's a good thing to do. So he's going to do. That's the politically expedient thing for for him to do but But one thing I was telling this person that that the protests today was. I'm not quite a pacifist. She was talking about pacifism. And I said well I generally. I'M AGAINST VIOLENCE. With the exception of sensitive defense right or defensive another person or whatever and gave an example about that and But I don't consider burning a police station down to be violence. That's just you're just retaking the thing that they stole from you know. They stole the money from everybody. 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Riots are the riots phase two or phase three of the re-opening process. And well. It's going be hard to reopen a business after it's been torched to the ground and of course that's the real downside of these riots. They're just in some cases. These are crowds of people who are looking to just destroy anything at all. They are indiscriminate in what they target they just WanNa see something burn and it's sad because as you pointed out earlier captain kick ass. Finally the protesters in Minneapolis got it right and targeted the actual You know organization that they should have targeted rather than the liquor store The Indian food restaurant and several other businesses. They actually went after the police department and successfully breached made the cops leave the place and burned it. I wouldn't say down but they did set it on fire funny because people on almost any point of the entire political spectrum almost uniformly agree. Almost that cops are. There's something wrong with cops. There's something wrong with police you know. They do bad things and I don't know about that all right like I find very few people who are like except for maybe the one caller who are like. Oh the cops are great. I love cops. You know I find very few people who aren't maybe as the cops lives matter out there there. Y- circles you running. Captain must be must be the cops and there's the friends of the Kaaba and there's the family what I'm saying here are is is that you know. It's it's a few bad apples but remember bad. The whole saying is this a few bad apples spoil the bunch and The concern is not that there are a few bad apples because there's going to be a few bad apples in every organization. The question is what do you do as an organization to weed out? Those apple haven't done anything and well. Yeah and then. That's what happens on these people. You have a an often. That's the case right. And that's what happens when you have an organization that's unaccountable and that's almost the definition of the government like cops have what's some kind of immunity as limited qualified qualified immunity. Now if which is another bs term for old get away with it right I mean it. Would you want qualified immunity for your taxi driver? The person who takes care of delivering water to your You know the the the water treatment plant metallic run somebody down in the course of their duties. If the water treatment plant guide drops you know way too much bleacher arsenic or whatever into the the water and kills a thousand people. Hey you know absent. The accidents happen. No I mean you you want responsibility for people and people who have responsibility tend to act better. I've heard the notion that if you and I kind of like it is that. Hey take these police brutality settlements out of the cops pension and I'll bet you they'll be a heck of a lot less problems and I agree that the protesters have that protesters going after private businesses and burning them. Down Really. Don't aren't doing anything to make the world a better place but throwing their own neighborhoods. I am skeptical. That going after the police stations are going to do anything. But make radical libertarian. Talk show hosts Giddy with Glee. Oh there's a lot of people who are happy to see that. Let me tell you when when police department was on fire couple of nights ago some people just WanNa Watch the world burn. You're right. They busted out the popcorn. There's some people who specifically wanted to see that happen. It was like a real moment for like the neighbors across the street there. A group of Liberty Minded folks here They were out on their porch celebrating That when it happened there was a lot of people around the United States and probably elsewhere in the world who were very very happy to see that police department shake my head. It's this is a solution to anything. I don't know what you propose. I'm telling you you cannot stop the state. The states the do nothing just justice. I'm GonNa tell you what happens. Is the government always eats itself? It gets bigger and bigger and bigger and finally collapses. The best thing you can do is move. If you're getting poor customer service from the government that you know where you live you got to leave and go someplace else. Where do you go every government sadly I think well? I think that some some are better than others degree. Yeah I would agree with you on that and you know but they're still hurting everywhere on the planet we're working really hard to make freer places all the time and I think what happens Libertarians. Now they're not trying my voting every two or four years ain't working real hard. That's not what I'm claiming. Well that's what most do the project right now. Who are working hard then fine. I'll believe libertarian. Involved in most of them don't do anything except for run up for a political office once every two to four years where they are. Police Station isn't GonNa do anything either. I didn't say those people were Libertarians. I they're not creating more liberty about that if you get the cops to exit at a particular area and not come back then. Wouldn't that give that place liberty? They're coming back ultimately. It's the politicians They're the ones who create the laws. The police departments simply enforce the laws of the politicians create. And so if the anger if that were true. I wish I wish that that was true. Please go to testify against bills all the time. They give their opinion on these things and often and rarely rarely. Do I ever see a police officer at the State House testifying for more freedom for people right. I mean it's a personality type and the personality type is just simply likes control their control or inches personality. The police enforce the laws of politics. Simply enforce. They don't well I mean in in in I guess. I'm going to advocate for more laws. I don't know Oh yes they do. They frequently go to testify at the State House to have more laws. The reason the marijuana remained illegal in this country for as long as it did largely had to do with police unions organization police commanders. More evidence that it's a horrible organization type something people unfortunately mark. Most people aren't GonNa do what you're suggesting. Which is to say. Pick up their lives in move and even if they do. They're still going to be violent cops where they are even a Manchester New Hampshire which most assuredly is a more or less violent place generally than some of the bigger cities in in the United States There's still some violent cops there. They're still cops. Who showed some people there still some there have been some situations where Manchester Police have. Locked down Swaths of the city under total police lockdown if in just the last decade if the response to You know one police officers misbehavior is. You're talking about the this situation there at least four officers involved in that they were there but I mean the one guy killed him right. Well they're actually at least according to another video that has surfaced to the other officers were assisting in holding the man down which may have contributed to his death and the fact is if they stand there even if it was just one man doing it and the other three were interesting watching than it would be completely outrageous for those three to stand around and do nothing when they could have been like. Whoa hey you've gone too far. Pulled the dude off of him and arrested him without any kind of violence on here is is that likely I mean. I've seen this on the back on the upper back thing. A great deal and the difference between upper back and neck isn't too far plus the fact that you know this happens a lot and people. Don't try to say this was an accident. Is that what you're saying? I don't know if it was an accident and you don't either well from what people have said. They said it looked like murder to them. If I if you look that's the reason we have a court system is wrapped. Listen to morons who say it looks like murder. We have judicial system to determine whether it's murder or not and you got a guy telling you he can't breathe. I hear you again and the dude stays on five minutes for better or worse. Police are trained to not listen to people that they're arresting well then ended. There should be lucky. They're alive right now. They're lucky that the people haven't gotten so pissed off that they got in there and murdered that cop he could kill that other guy. I'm sure that some people would like to do that. And the judicial system has created to protect criminals not to protect you know. The system is protecting criminals in the case of protecting the police from any kind of responsibility for their. There's that they're committing. I mean for you to sit there and defend this This tops are just as guilty. Even if they didn't squeeze the life out of that man's throat they are just as guilty as that cop who did because all they did was just stand by and watch. They are accessories to that murder arguably they are guilty of felony murder simply because they were there and did nothing that you'd have to prove that those people knew that that guy was killing that guy and I'm not as high but let's let's play the supposition Game Real Quick. Because I just wanted to make this point if you me an Ian went out tonight with the studio downtown key in here that we can say and we had and we had somebody videotaping us the whole time. Yeah and we found somebody. We held him down to the ground and one of US kneeled on his neck until he died. How long before all three of us were arrested? It wouldn't take long at all. There's certainly a different level of justice. Police my point is that. Why does it take a riot for this one officer one of the four? 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Well that's an optimistic viewpoint and it's hard to be optimistic. These days in the cycle of empires. Sure right it'd be really great if the United States falls in China or Russia takeover. Oh come on you know. That's not likely to what you know. Know you were just talking about the United States falling. What do you mean by that? Meaning the United States would end and then we would have fifty states after that each individual countries to some might gather together. You might have the West Coast Pacifica or whatever it would be California Washington and Oregon. Just so there might be some federations or confederations certainly not going to be the Russians invading. The United States likely wouldn't it would just be China grabbing Basically most of the globe my opinion would be that the quote fall of the United States unquote would look a lot like the fall of the former Soviet Union. They break into smaller countries. You know they federate to get just just like you said that's kind of what it would look you guys want to keep this going but I've got some folks here who've been waiting patiently. WanNa go to. The phones are toll. Free Number is eight fifty five four fifty free eight five five. Four five zero three seven three. Let's talk to Jill. She's in Richmond Virginia listening to W. N. TWA go ahead. Joe I think what? Those constant is outrageous. Don't put me on the jury because I already think there is guilty as hell right that. Nothing about writing their their remark about burning down a police. 'cause he played taxes for that they are take into account the fact that other people have also paid tax for it. And it's not just jury individual playstation two blonde city. Then the people well that that is the tragedy of the Commons right where the idea of a communally owned property whether it be a park or a police station or whatever government facility it is we're talking about Whenever everybody owns a thing that nobody actually owns it and I beg to differ. Nobody paid taxes. They take taxes. This is true with the talks. Were taken from them but they were from a whole lot of other people to my point. That's true and that's what I think about. I was talking about this. This guy friend of mine who is also a police officer and I say I said to take what they did. I think it's murder but it does. That gives you the right to destroy someone still work. Did they did they do to you? And she said she thought that might bring about change and it might cost might cost something to go back. I don't believe in human sacrifice I don't think it's right. The sack Franken innocent persons store. Because some good you want I totally agree with you there and and you know what we again. I was watching some of these live streams over the last couple of days in the in the overnights. Because that's when the most interesting stuff is happening and you can. Sometimes you can hear the excuses for this. The the Stream in particular Unicorn riot is definitely run by a communist because he kept talking about expropriation he was saying that people the WHO we would call loosened work so called expropriating the proletariat they the things from the target or the other stores which is another term for stealing ran the way they justify this stealing is they say oh well. They're corporations. They've got insurance. They can rebuild the target but the victim can't get his life back they likely do have insurance and likely. I don't know that I like that doesn't justify it now. At the store is likely do have insurance. They likely do. And it's likely true. That target will be fine after all said and done but that doesn't it still doesn't excuse not making excuse for destroying target account against all the private property destruction that's been going on in these protests but saying target can come back so it's no big deal well. What about the bookstore owner? What about the guy that the liquor store? What about the guy that owned the Indian restaurant that Got Pregnant doesn't seem to be any discrimination here. They're not like going. Sh you know leaving one shop hitting another shop going to more shops down. You know it's just everything's on the Arby's they've completely torched the Arby's in Minneapolis beef. Yes yeah it was really sad. Jill thanks for sharing your thoughts tonight. I definitely always appreciate hearing from you. The toll free numbers eighty five. Four fifty free like freedom. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three so sort of this appeal that they make to well target can come back. But you can't bring back the victims. That's true but it's still not okay to destroy even if you think an evil corporation right because that was one of the other excuses. The guy in the stream was like well target. All corporations are evil to these leftists and do some things to that extent. There is a point because corporations are a government fix. Yes as far as way. Right ain't favorite places by governments and trade and a free market are natural human behaviors and the fact that somebody may do business as a corporation in an atmosphere half that benefits corporations and because all the other. You don't want to give another business. The you know this huge tremendous advantage. I mean if Walmart was run as a family partnership or a sole proprietorship or any of these other. I mean this isn't GonNa stop these looters route from destroy early. And as I've learned recently particularly from the move to New Hampshire the use of corporations can be favorable to an individual seeking legal protection. Right I don't like the idea of corporations but if I live in a world with corporations myself from having these these legal fictions in so much as I then You know expose myself my preference would be that. Legal fiction didn't exist. Everybody had equal playing potion sponsor. Free market should be responsible for their actions that includes politicians police officers rier looters and whomever else right. So when you go to the Police Department you got my support when you protest or per even burn the thing down peacefully you got you got my sobriety when you go to when you go to the police chiefs house when you go to the police officers house when you go to the mayor's House you've got my support because letting them know that you're dissatisfied protest. Yeah that's what I was talking about. I didn't say berm down their houses. I didn't say that okay But if you're targeting the actual people who are doing this violence then you've got my support as soon as you burn down. Somebody's business. That has nothing whatsoever to do with this situation than I am. I'm no longer in support of what's going on. But the thing is with a public event like this like these right. You don't know who's going to show up and that's part of the problem is you can't control cases it's agents provocateur going with this So the autozone that was smashed in Minneapolis. A couple of days ago ended up being torched and Burton completely burned the autozone window. Was I smash the first? Because a lot of these things. A crowd Mob Mentality Right. If one person does an act of violence other people and they follow up with with more acts of destruction and the police know this and some of these cops are even worse than some of the other cops. So what happened. I don't know how this ends up. But I mean there's there's ample evidence in past riots. I don't know about this one but in past riots agents provocateur. The evidence is out there and interact the the kid state killings way way way back. It's beginning the there's evidence that that was it and that it was able to provocateur there. Yeah so in this case and I'm not GonNa say it was an agent provocateur and every you know smashing or destruction or whatever the case of the autozone which was one of the earliest ones by the way this was beginning. Essentially the autozone was one of the very first buildings to be destroyed in Minneapolis. Over the last few days they got into the zone there. There was a guy dressed in all black. Who had a gas mask on like a full on filters in gas masks? He had a gas mask on was carrying a black umbrella and he shows up in and just smashes in one of the windows on the autozone and starts to mmediately. Leave the scene. The Internet quickly dubbed Him. The umbrella man. Yeah and the guy the other protesters that were around there were not in support of what he did. They actually came after with video and started asking him questions while he's like laving as quickly as he can asked him if he was an F. In Cop that happened right. So and he's like a big hulking guy and he turns around and because there's like this little black guy comes up to him in. He says something like hold my blunt he goes after this guy and he's trying to hold them accountable for For bashing the window the COP turns what we thought was a cop and turns out he is he turns around and tremendous this dude to get him to stop following him then he asks. Aqap well what happened was the Internet started to investigate the sky. They found photos of a saint. Paul Police officer that the is matched up on this guy. You can see through the gas mask. And then his ex girlfriend came out and said Yeah. That's him I recognize his gates. I know what he looks like. 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Well let's make another prediction and that sounds a lot. Say the government will continue to spend like drunken sailor. The unprecedented spending this year. The national debt will will balloon well above forty trillion. Probably within the next four years five years and that the United States dollar will purchase less in the future guaranteed did guaranteed coin and crypto currencies. All well largely were created to address this issue. And if you think that those are problems you really should look at this one solution well and the US dollars purchasing power is less now than it was in January. That's true as well. Let's go to your phone calls and thoughts. You can share your thoughts on whatever's on your mind. Let's go to Greg. He's in Rockford Michigan. Listening TO W K G go at Greg. Hey Hey what's on your mind. I think I love you guys. Show it is provocative thinks I heard a report from our grand rapids would. Tv would radio both be mayor of many apples. And the and the governor of Minnesota said that a lot of these protesters that were doing the destruction. We're not even from the city or the state of Minnesota and you guys touch on that. Finally the agents of progress provocative tour. I guess you could call them And that was actually kinda going round the country. Now the agents of provided tour They're not actual resident destroying their own property. It's people coming in that. Come in and say hey. I'm a burned down that target. But the you know there's just cries it turns out the guy who destroyed the auto zone or began. The destruction of the autozone was apparently an undercover police officer. Now whether he was being paid to go and do that or he just wanted to go and start some s so he would have the excuse to crack some heads later and other question right. We don't know what the reason is. But I can tell you that There's been instances where they arrest firemen for setting fire because they WANNA put out fires for this specific guy. The Saint Paul Police Department this from the Independent. The Saint Paul Police Department acted to curb speculation and address. The rumor and a series of tweets telling that the officer in question had an alibi and was on duty. They said we are aware of the social posts. That erroneously identifies one of our officers as the person. The umbrella man as caught on video breaking windows in Minneapolis. The tweet reads. We've seen it. We've looked into it and it's false so liars. The police are denying that it's the same dude. These are the same cops who lie about a ton of crap. Hey thanks for the call Greg. I appreciate hearing from you. Who are in fact legally allowed to lie to you and trained to lie to you so why anybody believes these people I will never understand it. We did you hear what you say is not false. They are certainly allowed to lie to you. And they're trained to lie to you in certain circumstances And what you're what you've said as far as the girlfriend identifying this cop appears to be true you know. I don't know whether this is the case. The police are the ones who are supposed to investigate the investment problem in giving over a monopoly. More of your calls here. Jacob is in Farmington New Mexico says he is in law enforcement Yes Sir I've been in law enforcement for over a decade I've decided in investigations where we've arrested Fired and charged Not only other fellow cops but really Detention officers and let me preface this with. I'm I'm totally four Stay protests not burning things down in fact. I think we're GONNA have one up here soon. I don't know and I just went. I'm still conversation but I just don't know if some of this rhetoric is is unhealthy. I mean I can tell you From my point of view with the department I work with most if not all are. We got into this job to help people right. I mean there's going to be bad happened. I understand that But I mean lumping all cops together as bad guys in that we're GONNA lie and cheat and beat people. Just I mean. Is this healthy for? I hope that hadn't happened here but you would agree. That police are allowed to lie in the course of investigation. Right it it. It's an investigation. But we're not I mean you. We can't hold the Police reports began know certain things. But if we're interrogating someone yeah we can. I just want to make this clear. Is that once? That's one of the issues trying in the course of an investigation. If I lie it's a problem in the course of an investigation. If it's not well and let me let me be clear to. I'm not a I'm I don't work for the Fed so if you vitamin I could see it. I'm not gonNA like it is for the FBI By the way the doesn't take the time to even use a recording device Like they were doing. I don't know in the seventies and every other policing organization so the is a completely different animal as far as it goes here and their accountability appears to be Significantly even less Jacob. See where you're coming from and I do appreciate. There are some law enforcement people who did get into law enforcement for what they believe. Were the right reasons. It is frustrating to see people who are are intending to be good. Take a job where they are instructed to hurt peaceful people on a regular basis whether it be somebody who might possess a plant or chemical that has not been approved by the government masters or whether it be teenagers for drinking. Underage is probably ninety. Percent Of police did when they were underage. I agree and I. I didn't look I didn't I didn't want to get into politics but I am all for. I want time less government. Okay here for that and I like a lot of the laws on the books to make go. I think they're just Why do we need them but my other go ahead? That's that's my question though to look this is I like my job. The job feed my family but What at some point and I don't White Alder ause like but what what the better thing to do. And I think that you we're not gonNA have a whole lot of time to get into all the details on the answer tonight but the better thing to do if he did not have a monopoly on a protective services. Actually I'm an open marketplace where people could pay for the services that they're looking for and not be forced to pay for murder and things like that. We're coming up here. Thanks for the call Jacob when we adopted buddy who is laugh. We didn't know that you can't eat like a normal dog. Have to be sitting at that. Said just put him down his life expectancy mcnuggets. Three years well the now and I attribute that to that and a lot of I V. I t. e. dot com heard about started making. Eighth exchanged everything. Fight is attrition. 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The sheriff's Department there the Property Room. has been all the good stuff has been taken out hundred and forty five thousand dollars in cash numerous firearms and all of the drugs. You know from cocaine transit police who raided their own room or are you saying protesters trae that. Two of the officers in charge of the property room are suspects but that car surprise. I got the value of the narcotics over a million dollars. Wow so the Perez charge them and what's good about it is that Fifty of the cases. They dismissed thirty of them already. Gone so we can't go to court. That does make me think. How many of the how much do you WanNa bet precinct? Three in Minneapolis. Right before the cops took off. They also say the evidence out of the evidence room but didn't mention it right like Oh whoops we left it there except they stuff their pockets of all the drugs during the police precinct. Oh yeah well and you. Here's a great point. Yeah you hear stories all the time about folks who got busted with. Oh Yeah I knew that dude. He got busted. He had forty pounds of marijuana but then the report is like twenty eight. You know the the French connection to that When that heroin was seized by the police to police officers took it from the property room. They sold it back to the. You know the dealers. The mob and that they were just fired. That's true story there a Lotta Times by the way when the police get goes. Don't let the police fool you. Because most of the time they won't fire bat officers they just kind of brush it under the rug and You know the police investigation. The internal investigation comes up as well. Our officers were doing things by the book. We're going to give them a promotion. That's usually what happens but on the rare occasion that you actually see officer fired and in the case of Monopoly Minneapolis. They did fire but on the rare occasion. You see an officer fired nine times out of ten. That guy's name will pop up again in the news because some department across the state hires him so most of the time when cops are other state or wherever they're not actually blackballed from policing they're just fired from that one department and they're free to go yet a job at any other department anywhere else it happens all the time in fact the park remember the Parkland shooting few years ago in In Florida where there was a a mass shooting at a high school campus and the there was still there was a cop who got fired. Because he didn't do anything remember him cowering outside of the the shooting just waiting for whatever we was waiting for more cops show up or whatever. He didn't do anything. They made a big show about firing that guy. He got rehired this year with fullback pay. Yeah so I mean he's a lot too. Yeah just because they fire a cop doesn't mean he's actually gone from policing imagine this Derek Sherman guy just thinking about how much back pay. He's GonNa get whenever he's retired. Another Police Department Tom. Thank you for your call and sharing your thoughts with us here. And you're right. I mean there's destroying this private property. It's just so sad. They make these excuses. These communists make their excuses about well. You know the one life is more important than than target or these corporations this and that but what I don't know I mean think about it for a second I mean how much has target brought to our world in so much as it makes our lives better. I mean you know all the lives that came before us. How much their lives sucks. I mean think about your grandfather and grandmother and how difficult their lives were their great grandfathers exactly winded indoor plumbing come along target makes it a lot easier to live a much better life. What is that were look? I'm a critic of target. And some of these mega corporations right like the one of the guys on the Stream at Unicorn riot pointed out that there are some allegations. Apparently that target has hired slave labor in China in the case of the the weaker the Muslims who are being in enslaved in camps in north western China and so I mean those things are wrong target of course also was verbally visually supporting the the idea of a national service program. I I just WanNa say this because it seems super obvious but who the heck named that company right like? Your name is frigging targeted asking for like. Couldn't you have named Your Company? Something slightly different then a red bull's eye. Let's go to Mike. He's in. He's on the road to Nashville. Mike you're on free. Talk Live with Ian Captain Kick Ass and mark. Hey how's it going? I say Well The future here picking up prediction so well first off. Everybody agrees that that was wrong. That guy you know The Stop I believe is his name. Derrick murderer one of them everybody everybody on the globe is it agree with that. You know but the future coming which I it's a little bit here is the emmy the medical ever GonNa come out. They all right. Well he you know he has some sort of pre existing condition. Sort of ardor. Ready saying that. Okay so that means that like please stop. Sir contributed to his burder which he'll probably get manslaughter. And it's just GonNa Start again after another conviction. They're going to be up an interesting question and it's pretty clear that probably that's the case because it's like this is the first guy that had a knee in his upper back or neck or wherever this knee went and but he does appear to be one of the first to die from it and but if you were anybody but a police officer did this particular activity this would absolutely be called a murder even if it was a contributing factor to the death as opposed to. I mean you're just not supposed to be doing that and I don't think it's in the manual either from what I can from what cops are saying on the Internet now. I really hope he'll probably get fifteen to twenty. But I mean it's just you know you can't live fifteen to twenty months. Maybe I don't think he's going to do any time like you know. You can't say that you know you clocked in I shift and you know I'm GonNa go out and arrest somebody better personally. That's my I mean. I know a lot of people are heated up here but it doesn't look like first degree murder to Mike. Thank you for the call. I definitely appreciate hearing from you tonight. Feel free. Call US anytime. We got plenty more free. Talk live on the way phones are loaded up to. We'll say there does appear to be some relationship previously between the perpetrator and the victim. They worked at the same place that turned out and that makes things a lot more suspicious. 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Are we trying to protect the children right? It's always the children as if as if ladies and gentlemen look at yourself and think about your birth date and try to imagine a ten year old you know with his transistor Radio Bedtime. Being nine o'clock I mean do any of the words coming into my mouth. Sound like reality. Say a ten year old with his transistor radio underneath his covers. Listening to free talk. Live was being shocked in a Paul by a the f-bomb whereas how about this that same ten year old goes over to his friend's house grabs their ipad goes on some porn websites. Actually sees this word performed. When I was ten years old. I was listening to the doctor. Demento show on Sunday nights after bedtime. I would sneak my emerson. My little cheap Emerson boombox into my bedroom and turn on the doctor Demento show and listen to all the demented music love. It love it because I wasn't allowed to right exactly well. My mother heard that Benny Hill theme song and I had to change the channel. Going to the phones here you can share your thoughts but even like even now you've got politicians now like trump who say profanities regularly as part of the things that they do then gets reported on So can we play the live? Feed from Minneapolis. No legally we probably. It'd be an interesting argument because on one hand it's News. We should be able to report the news without having a sensor and it's protected by free speech you would think but on the other hand the FCC says you can't say the F. Word on the radio and people on that fear saying the F. Word you had mentioned that it's twenty twenty and everything that we've talked about twenty twenty. I wonder what twenty twenty it's GonNa look like in hindsight excellent question. Clearly I would think we go back to your calls dots. Derek J. Freeman is on our discord lines. Going to Derek. A life is good here in Peaceful Portsmouth New Hampshire Nice or out having parties and the businesses are serving customers and nothing is on fire. It's a great place to be if you love freedom. Did you guys have a protest? Today in Portsmouth okay. Can you go inside of a bar in Portsmouth and have a cocktail in air conditioning? I haven't tried answers doctor. Demento rocks that last caller is incorrect. That everyone agrees that that guy was in the wrong officer. It's easy in hindsight to say that because we know what happened but in the moment there's no way they could have known that the guy was going to die and I think crushing his throat and they could have known that they were squeezing the life out of him because he let them know by saying he couldn't breathe. That's the first show that you're killing all people under arrest say that and you and I know I've been like Hey. You know this. These are two tie get. These off is under arrest and said. I can't breathe because no cop was choking me. I've been under arrest. Told them that the handcuffs were too tight and they actually loosened them up for me. Sure well they get that time and I think in some cases the right to ignore it so I just WANNA play John Adams. He defended the redcoats in the involved in the Boston massacre here and I say. Espn is wrong. That what they were doing his murder. Because that involves knowing that you're killing someone and I know I have a bias against cobs but I value Justice and truth more than painting the world with my bias. So think about this Ian you say the cop with his knee on the guy's neck new he was murdering the suspect and the other three cop standing by yet. So why would they do that because they can get away with it? They have body cameras on. Its broad daylight. Hasn't stopped. They do this crap all the time. Derek J. and you know that according orcas wrong that they're just taking businesses at random. There was a store that had a big sign that says this is a black owned business and it was completely passed by. What would it be like if someone put up a sign that said this is a white owned business? And they pass that by destroyed the others. What would we say about that? I don't know it doesn't sound likely and boy it's great people recognize agents provocateurs. Because that happens they are there and it's very bad but it's important for people to record and there's so many people recording with their video cameras and and thank God that they're doing that because the more video the more reality we know what actually happened and I think these people who were stealing and looting should be identified and brought to justice because stealing is wrong and looting has no place in a civilized society. Totally agree that they'll probably get them later with the cameras and stuff like that. I mean at some point but I saw a zoom in them of a one white kid amongst a sea of looters quite and he was getting away with a new set of legos. Said there'd be more liberty if the cops never came back but I don't think he's right. I think that there's currently more liberty in a situation with police because the people don't have the philosophy of liberty already ingrained in them. They don't have personal responsibility. They see the cops are gone. They go right to looting they do crime and so I say there's more liberty for a person who's like a business owner they are. They're not do crime if there's business owners guarding their stores with weapons. There's a great story happening actually. It is daily caller DOT COM. Had A story a few days ago about a group of self-described quote heavily armed rednecks guarded several shops against looters Wednesday night as riots erupted across Minneapolis Minnesota reformer reporter Mass Max as two men with rifles standing outside of tobacco shop to identify themselves. One man responded free Americans while the apples looks like a situation of more liberty. I think you're crazy kind of liberty that I would want. Well you said that if the cops don't come back they'd have more liberty. I don't see that as reality at all given what the people are acting like right. Now I'd say they have more liberty if they can trust that when people steal from their store there's GonNa be consequences. Yeah well there should be consequences but you can't count on the police to provide those consequences. You've got to do it yourself well. This is proof that you can't count on the police to do it because the police ran but I mean they create end the created the problem to start with. That's right But at the same time it's been a long time coming. You know what I would say is. It's not like we have to have poor customer service in the form of a service organization. You do you do if it's a monopoly. I don't know about you guys but I would rather have the freedom to seek justice to my own personal satisfaction and depend on the state that we had that at one point and it's the reason that we have the judicial system. We have today hold on. You GonNa be murder so hold on. That's not true. Not It's not if you look at Detroit so there's a recent example of what I'm talking about Derek and I would think that you'd be aware of this. Maybe you forgotten about the threat. I think it's called the threat. Different Center distributed I think thought it was a threat to China. Distributors but Defense distributed makes the the ghost connor there. Since that's different bill. Brown yeah Detroit. The police literally leave a few sections of the city of Detroit. And I have not lived there. This whatever it okay. I've seen interviews with Dale Brown from the Threat Management Center and So you've got a situation where the Police Department of Detroit basically said. Well we're just going to be open business hours Monday through Friday or maybe weekends but you come here at night anymore. You can't and if you tried to like report something that was going on. They wouldn't show at all. Wouldn't be like you'd wait an hour or two. They just wouldn't come and so that guys hero. Yeah we'll we'll tell our listeners. What HE DID. This guy created a private defense company that offers different levels of service to people. You want somebody twenty four seven on your property. He's got that you want somebody driving through every hour every three hours or whatever you want to team up with other neighborhoods to do a large contract between the different neighborhoods for these private defense people. He's got that you want to go there and do a self defense course where they teach you how to defend yourself and learn with the best locks art upon your house. He's got that so there's different levels of service that you can buy from this guy. He is providing business owners and neighbors individuals with protection services in the absence of the state. And that's what would rise up. You would see some chaos for a little while after the police leave given area located in Detroit. People aren't going to put up with that crap long. They want to have a normal life. That doesn't involve being afraid when they leave. Their houses in the marketplace will respond if it were free to do so but right now. It's not because if you try to compete with the police though consider you a competing gang and the arrest you G. I hope you're right but a collapse. State is not the same thing as a libertarian. Paradise Gore freedom but less liberty in the short term right liberty. These people don't have the short-term people don't well you could die tonight These people don't in Keene New Hampshire and most people are dying from the riots. There anyway these people are not Libertarians. Okay so obviously. Whatever it is that comes after this if they manage to take down the system like some of the want to do. They don't know what they want to replace it with to get them. To have the libertarian philosophy. They must first be incentivized to be responsible what they want they want a cart full of. Tv's got thank you for the call. Man I definitely appreciate it. We got our number three. That's not fair mark. Not all of them. Are there to loot in fact I would. 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Where did they learn to take advantage of these types of situations for their own personal gain? What are you suggesting government in the idea? Never let a crisis go to waste thing. Yeah it has certainly happened with covid. Government attempted to expand power. And we can see that they did attempt the power that is not their intent to protect you. Small business or anything else right. Yeah the police are not there to protect you. They they cut and ran out of the third police. Precinct in Minneapolis protesters. I'd say rightfully set fire. We should've asked that Elia that called in whether he thought that police protecting and serving the general public or ruling class. Let's go to more of your phone calls. And by the way why they got into policing was to protect the general public but he said some of the people got into it he acknowledges not not all police are interested in that some of them are just interested in empowering and destroying lives themselves and destroying lives and getting rich off of stealing stuff from people so there are curfews by the way popping up in cities across the United States. Minneapolis went I last night with an eight central time curfew him. That's isn't that you said nine. Pm was the bedtime for ten year. Olds Geez man talk about the nanny state. Exactly now. We're seeing other cities as well. Denver as announced a curfew. Los Angeles has announced a curfew. Philadelphia has announced a curfew. And there's probably seven. There are several others as well where they're trying to head off. What they believe will be continuing Increasing in intensity riots. So we're going to go back to your phone calls and thoughts here you want to weigh and because are you a free person if mommy government can tell you. You can't even walk outside your home. What are we ten? Of course? That's not really that different than what's been going on over the last two or three months here now with So-called lockdowns across the United States. Let's go to Tony. He's in south Georgia listening to Wm. Tm Tony Hi there guys Agree with your assessment of the situation in Minneapolis The officer with his knee on the guy's neck full weight because you can see his other leg moving around and the four officers standing there and one of them then say hey let the guy up and also I totally agree with the violence who senseless the looting and the small businesses who are incurring the wrath of these mobs but there is a story that the national news has not picked up it came out of Chicago a one of the El trains where a guy got into a tussle with two officers. One pulled out his weapon and shot the guy. The guy was unharmed. It killed him. Lebron James is not around Al Sharpton is not around black. Lives matter is not around because the to offer services involved were black and the assailant white and I think that That is one of the difficulties of all of this. I really wish we lived in a color blind world where we could see that you know because here on the here on the radio what on Free Talk. Live what our claim is that it isn't black versus white. It is the state versus us. And that's what it basically comes down to. Is that these people whether these people are black or white in these. Uniforms HAVE QUALIFIED IMMUNITY. And don't have to be responsible for their actions. I'm not saying some of them aren't don't act. As though they are responsible people in fact probably many of them do but when you put incentives in place that give people the ability to act irresponsibly. You're going you know when you don't cause people to be responsible they're gonNA act irresponsibly. Just take a look at the politicians and and you'll see you know to a smaller extent. What the police are GONNA be like? There were some mixed messages that I observed today at the very large protests happened in Manchester. That went on for a couple of hours. Here in New Hampshire where on one hand there were definitely you know the black lives matter chance that we're going on But on the other hand there were also some people on the megaphone and there were some sign edge about how we're all part of the human race there's only one race the human race that all the time. That's a message that I can get behind it. I understand I'm not trying to minimize the idea that yes minorities are definitely more targeted by the police. There's no doubt about that. The Statistics Barrett out. It's it's pretty clear but that doesn't mean that there aren't you know white people who are also having the life choked out of them or than being shot to death and I'm thinking of Dunkin length of course as the most recent example of that when I was listening to the names of people being read off at these the protests reading off names victims of police violence from across the United States. I didn't hear the name Dunkin Lynn. But then again these would have to be exhaustive. Lists so I you know. I don't know if all the people on the list just were just black victims of the police or not but I totally agree with With you guys on this. You know. It's the police versus everybody else. It's totally an US versus them thing and even they look at it that way. They've got their precious thin Blue Line. That's their gang symbol where they protect each other and black officers protect white officers and white officers protect black officers for the most part and they are going against all the rest of us. I can't remember looking into it from the position of evidence. But do you suppose the state is the most racist acting organization as in the human race? Well I mean you know he just dropped off. Thanks for the call as far as you know not being colored. I suppose that there are more racist acts against people you know by state by state actors than there are by individuals interesting question as you that they would be more harmful right. So if let's say that you've got a The your Classic Racist Right so white guy dislikes black people. That's the one you want. Everybody wants you to think about right. In one case it's a white guy Telling a black guy. You can't eat at my restaurants All right so that's a. That's there's a you know that the lunch counter thing it's a big deal and the other case you have a black white police officer You know putting these knee and a black guys neck until he dies or you know brutalizing and no one cares or whatever the situation is. I'd rather be personally told no soup for you then to be beaten up yet right. No doubt so win. The state accident racist fashion. It is worse than when likely to be done right. They WanNa know if a restaurant owner was a racist because then I could be like well you know. I like your soup but I'm not going to your restaurant because you won't let my friend. Who's black come right? I mean we know like statistically that are less white people in prison they were you know fewer than other colors We know that The arrest rate is higher for blacks than it is well any other color really so we can point to some of that as evidence. I'm just wondering if the state has a whole is the most racist organization question. I mean it is certainly a place wherein a racist can garner power for themselves because if if an organization type that that massive and pervasive throughout the globe is in fact the most racist organization. There's a possible perspective that many more people who maybe don't find themselves to be of the free mind can get behind. I WANNA get Richard on the line. He's in Lynchburg Virginia. Listening to WWL. And I guide Richard Boy Author those riots. Stupid I am for goodness. Roll through megaphones. I merely understand because you're swallowing slowed. Maybe back off your phone a little bit to say again please. Okay I'd say ten days scrolling through acting losing stuff is not dancers focused Jones community allies like a fool. Think that's a good point Richard. Thank you for the call tonight. People acting like fools does not effective to destroy your friends and neighbors businesses or businesses because again a lot of people coming into these cities from the outside. 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We continue to dissect and discuss the ongoing protests and riots now curfews being announced in multiple cities across the United States last night the situation. Minneapolis did see a major police. Crackdown so you know. They came back with a with. A vengeance. Came in with National Guard troops as well occupying the streets and dispersing protesters now. I've heard that National Guard has been deployed in multiple cities. I suspect you're right about that. Yeah didn't I don't have an article to prove I haven't been you know it's too much to follow right like there's there's so much going on right now. I mean I was out at a protest today so I haven't even really done much more than look at the headlines that that You know right before we started the show but I have been following a lot of this over the last few days including watching some of the live feeds If you WANNA comment welcome to join us. The number here is eight. Fifty five four fifty free like freedom but last night we went out and we did our tenth week of the key nightcap. Leave ten where we don't know what do I didn't even. I didn't even count last night. What are we going to last night? Like seventy able something like that. I think so some of the weeks we've had more than ten people others not But we've been going out and and just openly violating the governor's stay at home orders amongst other things. Yeah every single week here in Keene New Hampshire long before these protests were going on. We were doing it here and King peacefully of course and just minding our own business but anyway before we went to this event we were actually on the air doing an after show on our D. Live and our twitch town when you can follow those channels over a d. live dot dot. Fm or twitched. On LAUREN NOT FM. There are live streaming video channels during radio shows like this one we are live on those platforms but every now and then we'll do what we call an after show or it's we call it free talk live because you can say the F. Word on on twitch so we were doing that last night before we went to the nightcap me and nobody were in here doing and so the idea was well. Let's come back because we were watching some footage from Minneapolis at that time and just sort of commenting of doing a play by play what we're seeing on the Minneapolis footage and so we thought well well was only eleven o'clock or eleven thirty when we stopped in figured well things are going to get more interesting throughout the night. So let's come back after we're at NIGHTCAP for a couple of hours and do another show by the time we came back it was over. The footage was still going. There was still the Unicorn riot girl was still walking around but she was like all alone. There was nobody else around her. The police we're obviously somewhere but some of the rioters started yawning. Did I think I think they got dispersed? By the arrival of police and National Guard troops the government garden that were on the scene. There and in fact I've got a whole story about the National Guard being called in into those various cities across the United States. We can talk about that and of course your calls and thoughts are welcome as well. Let's go to the phones and to Laszlo. He's calling from the United States. You're on free talk live. Hey you're on the air way lives. So how do you? What's your name? Lives Slow Laszlo. Yes Sir Okay. Hi here go ahead guys off. Mark Wound. Remember me from Suggesting my we can Five point of positiveness by digging a canal giant canal separating the United States and Mexico. God that there you go when it's been one miles wide feet deep four thousand miles of what the Vallat. I can't remember what the comparison to Mount Everest was. The dirt was mouse. Hold on me about to Laszlo. Why is anybody surprised about About propaganda what do you mean? Swift Month Smith month and you win. Dt right what's now Kuni thirteen I believe was repealed. What is it? It's a Propaganda Act like you can't propagandize the American people. Who said that every day? Was this an act that stopped the supposedly told the government they couldn't propagandize right correct. Oh are they repealed out so now. It's totally fine for them to propagandize. Yeah exactly I see okay. So that's the way it's always been. Nothing's really changed. And it's not like the government's going to prosecute themselves so even if the even if it was illegal for the government to do propaganda it's not like they're gonna go after themselves for it so correct but I have a question for the which came first public sector private sector. Well Yeah you can. You can go out the The sound the fact of drinking because yeah minute so I mean that's okay. Yeah of course. The idea of government is something that we weren't born with. The idea of the state is something that silent can't government. I think that's why the public sector is Laszlo. Thank you for the call tonight. I appreciate it. Public is a code word for government. It is it's a Kozo national right to make you think that it's something bigger better or larger than what it is. What it is is just a criminal. Enterprise of human beings who are using this sort of window dressing of. Oh well look. We have elections. We have courts. We have all this like I say crap keeps happening but we have you have the ability to do something about you can vote. If you don't I mean the the evidence is I say that Donald Trump was something different than what we were generally expecting. Okay I mean it's different but you know you in of yourself a you aren't the government they tell you you're the government but if you're the government you'd be able to change something you can't change anything trying to change something that's how you'll know whether or not you actually control so as we're saying. The curfews are coming down in various cities across the United States. The story here coming from the Associated Press just a couple hours ago. Protesters set police cars ablaze. Minneapolis smash businesses windows and skirmished with baton-wielding officers in the streets from Atlanta to Los Angeles as anger over George Floyd's death spread across the country so called authorities were bracing for more violence Saturday. That's today with some calling the National Guard to beef up overwhelmed forces in Minneapolis. The city where floyd died Monday after white police officer press a knee into his neck and kept it there for more than eight minutes. Minnesota Governor Tim Walls fully mobilized the State's National Guard and promised a massive show of force to help unrest that has grown increasingly destructive while said quote. The situation in Minneapolis is no longer in any way about the murder of George Floyd. It's about attacking civil society. Instilling fear and disrupting our great cities. Which of course all the government does by the way. Yeah I was GONNA say so. They're describing government actions. Yeah they attack civil people they attack and instill fear. That's how they rule is through instilling. Fear is what the covid crackdown has all been about. His is making people fearful. So they'll do what they're told on Saturday again. That's today after a tumultuous night racially diverse crowds took to the streets again for peaceful protests and dozens of cities Friday's protests to had started calmly from New York to Oakland California and from Atlanta to Portland Oregon before many descended into violence. 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Many other cities joining in today Luckily in our very own Manchester New Hampshire things were pretty peaceful there. There weren't any at least that I was aware of arrests. That went down. I did hear a couple of people talking about some arrests that had happened but it might have been later on. There was one guy who apparently drove by threaten some people. He did get apparently arrested. I thought I saw one guy got arrested for something. Yeah but I if there had been an arrest during the actual protests it would have caused a huge stir. And that didn't happen so I'm pretty sure the the police they sort of stood by and watched this was one of the other differences between today's protests the the black lives matter protests. And the the reopen New Hampshire protests than happened that we we went to I've been to both. And the police were at the black lives matter protests. But they were nowhere to be found when it came to the reopen New Hampshire protests which was was very interesting in fact one of the guys we what's said. He saw the police chief himself sitting and a cruiser in sort of observing from a distance. So there were a lot of cops involved. They'd like shut down some of the some of the side streets. They'd closed off as the protesters were marching to keep other cars. Schrimm from going through. You know it's a classy event of the supervisor. Shows it himself So in cities across the United States protests continued also. Curfews are now in place in one of the things at the one of the things I mentioned off the air. And we'RE GONNA go right back to your phone calls But curfews are actually a factor that will make these worse. I think so. This is an interesting point. Yeah I didn't think of it. Yeah and I didn't think of it either so I forget who told me this earlier today but it is a great point the idea being that. Hey if you tell everybody if you come out after eight PM which is what most of these curfews are. Now if you come out after eight pm your subject to arrest now there are certain exemptions so if you're you know you have to go to work or something like that or if you're in the media there's an exemption so it depends on how it's written or whatever but for the most part if you don't have a legitimate excuse view of the government and you can't be out it could possibly arrest you for it. Well if people are upset and protests are in the midst of happening as we're seeing happen and people are going to want to keep coming out despite the fact that there's a curfew well guess what just you're GonNa get the hardcore people who aren't afraid to be arrested which means you're more likely to get the tough crowd of the people who are willing to destroy a business commit looting committing violence. They're more likely to continue to come out. Whereas average folks who you know maybe they. They have worked to go to the next day or the next week. They can't risk getting arrested just simply for leaving their homes. They're worried about their families and they've got all these other considerations they're going to be like well. I guess we're staying in. There's a curfew. We don't WANNA go up against the police just for walking out of our home whereas other people who just don't give an F and they're going to go out and going to break. I guess in a way from the perspective of the state that is in a potentially effective tactic at dividing the number of protesters. It could be but what it definitely does do is it makes it. So those who are out are more likely to be troublemakers. And so therefore they don't have that sort of influence of being around other people who are against destruction. Read the people who are saying well. Hey man don't do that. Hey that's not cool right. Because there is a factor. Where if you've got enough if you've got a hundred people or thousand people and half of them are against violence. In their against destruction of property they will be an attenuating factor against the people who are in favor of the destruction of property and all those people stay home or if ninety percent of them stay home. Then you're just going to have the bodies out there let's go To and then the cops were of course We go to more of your calls and thoughts. Let's talk to Debbie. She's in South Carolina Debbie. You'RE ON FREE. Talk Live God. Tom Look for first time calling. Thank you shocked. Well this is now all call. I want my Family of that gentleman that was field the horrific. I can't understand how those three other cops 'cause Dan. They're witnessing allow that one confidence to do that did that. Man I just sick inhumane. It's it's hard to believe that any human being could stand there and do nothing. I understand why the people watching don't want to get involved as much as they may have wanted to to step in. Because you know that cop and the the other three cops are gonNA shoot you if you try to. If you try to come up there and pull that off of that man you'd end up dead and they would be justified legally in shooting you for that so I understand why people stand by and just record video. It's the safest most effective thing you can do without getting physically involved but man. I do wish that someday we can see crowd of people. Go in and take a cop off of killing sub. Stop a COP from killing somebody. I don't think they should kill the COP. This is what I was telling one of the protesters today. I'm like look. I think that what needs to happen in these situations is to the people around me to come in there. Pull that cop off the that guy and then handcuffed the cop and leave him there. Yeah you don't have to kill them. Just stop it. Go ahead after after I heard earlier Either fighting Thursday on the rush limbaugh that the acid the company actually killed they had like eighteen and one of the other three had five infraction. My point was that if you have a car that has eighteen point so obviously we don't know how severe those point are that eighteen point. Don't you think something should have been done? He should have been suspended or possibly based on what type of complaint? They were removed from the fourth to four. Something like this before escalated in. That's what a company that would be interested in your business would be interested in doing. We're interested in customer service and if the customers were indeed the general public this short answer is yes and the The fact is is that this happens all the time. This is an isolated Minnesota Minneapolis. In fact Minneapolis is probably one of the better cities about these sorts of things and one would ask the question then is why does this keep happening? Why are police officers That that have complaints against them over and over and over again allowed to stay on the force allowed to stay on the beat because they're not moved to a different jobs and more importantly you know they they get these complaints against some and then something happens why police force expose themselves to this. I don't have good. They're not able because there's almost never any punishment there's never any liability for these officers directly or for their any of their superiors. The job type specifically incentivizes the behavior of psychopath. Yes yes it does and then you end up getting psychopaths and Debbie great call. Good question goes eighteen. Infractions are actually a sparkling resume for a police chief looking to hire the next star up right. Because if it is an organization full of psychopaths then it's inevitable that psychopaths will become the chiefs. And so therefore you've got a bunch of insane lunatics. I'm not saying all police are like this. Because again there are some positive incentivizes that type of behavior absolutely does and because you're forced to pay for them then. They have no accountability whatsoever. You can't there's not. It's not real accountability. These half ass measures that these people put into play. Well WE'RE CONCERNED HERE. In Atlanta we're GONNA form the Atlanta Police Review Board. Now we're going to put important people on the Atlanta Police Review Review Board. And they're going to have the power to review what the police do and they're going to have the power to make suggestions as to what could they make. It sound like they're doing all this stuff but nothing actually changed. They always mentioned the word reform right well. So it wasn't formed correctly the first seventeen times for the rebound seventeen reforms. Remake it again. They haven't changed anything significant like any other type of organization. You have no choice in provider. That's the most. Pike the provider the service that you're getting all right if there's a walmart and the you go into the Walmart and the guy running the electronics department smacks you in the face. Every time you come into the store you probably be like. I'm not shopping here anymore. You you might go and tell the manager. Hey I just got punched by the guy in the electronics department. And if the manager didn't go and do something about that you would rightfully tell all your friends about the experience. And you'd say I'm never gonNA shop tortoise agencies like our own have got have not attempted to file police complaints in many cases. What you'll find is as people get beat up. Who tried to file complaints? Yeah well they arrested the CNN reporter. Just the other night on the air We got more coming up here in moments. Eight fifty four hundred fifty free like freedom. You gotta be able to choose if you want to have accountability. 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You're on free. Talk live can sir. How are you good? You're on the air good. Hey Yeah I just wanted to. You guys Kinda cracked open a whole can of like tons of worms on this subject that Well I've been a COUPLA low over twenty years and I mean I can tell you ever since the garner incident every year at updates. They go over Not to do exactly. What those guys did they warn you the consequences. Housing's just interrupt. Eric Garner the guy who was choked to death previously this one in New York City for selling cigarettes. Yeah big over that and you know positional speaks. You can't have somebody on their stomach and you sure as hell can't kneel on their neck for you know what was it six or eight minutes now market mentioned earlier that He thought he felt that kneeling. On someone's back was an appropriate tactic. Cops did they teach you well know. Usually they only kneel on the back usually An order just the just long enough to get the cuff on a lot of guys will neal on an arm on the by step or or something like that A lot of times or lot of times it does end up being on the back. But but it's it's brief. It's not Shirley enough nothing cause damage. You can't keep it like those guys you can't keep it. You'RE GONNA kill it. He knew what he was doing was going to all of them should be. They should have been arrested on the spot. Every dog I want him. Would you have done one of? I'm saying I just WanNa say thank you for saying that. I appreciate you saying that as a person in your position I decided to quit and believe it earlier when I told him but look what would you have done if you were in this situation and you saw a couple of the? Were your coworkers treating somebody like these Minneapolis. Police would you have done? I would have pulled him off. And that's exactly what those guys actually told that guy. Stop what he was doing. I guess he's like no. I'm good and they did nothing. They knew the guy was gonNA. They knew the danger what he was doing and they didn't care. Ken was there anything else. You wanted to share here tonight. I I yes. The biggest problem IC- with police in general as far as use of force. We go to the academy before you start and then you go and you learn you know hand to hand and arm bars and everything else in the Cata. But then that's it. You don't ever have any more training so the problem with police and use of force and using tasers and guns and batons. Most cops don't know how to do hand to hand combat. It's not like military where they practiced repeatedly do they. Do they catch your to sixty you know. I'm sorry I just had a question. Do they teach peaceful de-escalation? We do that. I mean a lot of those lot of that stuff is over briefly and updates but anymore updates are usually online and it's most guys doing pay attention. There are classes you can elect go to stuff you know they call verbal judo stuff like that de-escalation techniques But most guys don't go. I mean of that stuff you. Most people learn on the job You know how to deescalate situation but some guys are horrible at it but in general a lot of guys would there would be a lot less Injuries and use force if they would if they would institute a mandatory Training as far as with you know hand to hand combat not combat hurting people. But just knowing how to do less than lethal stuff with your attack to take down somebody quickly and as painlessly as right. I mean the cops are human. You'll fear comes into when you got somebody coming at you you you internally quickly have to take note of your mental inventory. I mean your your physical inventories for what you know how to do and most cops yell at them or grab the Taser or grab. The Nacer grabbed the gun taught. They don't know how to wrestle. You know and Ju Jitsu classes really should be part of training. I mean the the bars taught and all that stuff but in an arm bar is only useful when you get somebody into a position to put them in an arm bar. Ken Really Interesting Call. I WanNa thank you for sharing it with make. Sure we get some other folks on here really. I think probably one of the best of the night. Thank you for sharing your perspective on that from inside the police Nice. No there's some level headed people still in that that world so I appreciate your call. Let's continue here with Joe in Daytona Beach in Joe. You're on free talk live. Hey how's it going? Welcome sir. Hey I'm GONNA absolutely random questions here is. I'm going to do something that we've been talking about. I don't know how how close guys follow the Libertarian Party. But they just had Their their nomination for President Vice President they did. Yeah Yeah Okay. Yeah they do the same week Joe. Same I didn't see the vice. The guy's name is spike. I believe I forget his last name. And by Cohen and then the presidential nominee is the former vice presidential nominee from nineteen ninety-six. So she must have been in her thirties at that time. But Joe Jorgensen who is expected to be by the way aghast on free talk live coming up on Tuesday night. Oh awesome that one in one hundred The did y'all talk about About I didn't hear the whole thing but he does talk about the Donald Trump three about what happened White House and I four know what happened to the White House. Yeah so apparently there were some people at the gates the White House and he's squeezed about it. You can check out his twitter and he was saying how the the agents there defended the lighthouse and they were about now vicious dogs to do to the people over there. I'll I'll try to here if I could bring it up home. Always got some kind of entertaining. This is the house of people tweet. Awesome yeah and he was actually like a dictator like the king over. There sure came truck. That's actually one of my messages today. When I was at the Manchester Black lives matter protests whereas handing out flyers from the foundation for New Hampshire independence. My thought was you know I I will give these fires anybody right. So if there's a large group of people somewhere I want to bring these flyers out there especially now with all the unrest going on and I handed out dozens and dozens to pretty large stacks of flyers to folks at this this particular event and one of the ways. I was kind of explaining it to people when they would stop and ask because not everybody asks you take the Flyer and they go. But sometimes what's this about and I would say well because a lot of the one of the chance that you heard. This event was F. trump right except they said the full word they'd say F. Trump said well you want to f trump on the best ways you can do that is to say goodbye. Just leave the end. The United States. Let's end this experiment and a lot of you know. They were like nodding their head. They thought this was a good idea. So I got a lot of good response from from the left. He's just like I got a lot of good response from the righties when I handed the fires out to that so people like the idea of ending. This greater self actualization is something that many people can agree on now. They don't like it when the other side wants it Because they want to control them. But that's really what the whole political process is is putting you in this this This you know the Gerbil wheel so that you can go after the other guy. If you just let the Weirdo on the other side of the street act the way. They want so long as they don't hurt other people. Then you'll have. You can have freedom for yourself. That trump Tweet pulled up. Yeah Yeah Yeah. A couple of different Brazzaville's you'll picking probably to read of Donald Trump's tweeting break last night the White House about a US service. They were not only totally professional but very cool. I was inside watched every booth and couldn't have felt more safe. They let the protesters vote screaming ranch as much as they wanted. But whenever someone got to prescribe or out of line it would quickly come down on them. Hard didn't know what hit them. Frontline was replaced with fresh Asian. Like magic big crowd. Especially WE'RE GONNA. But nobody came close to breaching the that they had they would have been greeted with the most vicious in most. I'm knitted onto with whatever that word it. I have ever seen that when people would ask really badly for at least released. The other presidents have dogs named sneakers. He's kept like tooth and Fang. Thanks Joe for the call apparently is hitting the fan in Seattle. They're imposing a five PM curfew. Fire and people are out bitcoin. 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Trump's not going to win California no matter what he does so why is California doing this? So put on your put on the c Hat. Anna and fire away There's a lot of directions. I don't have anyone conspiracy. Never a one theory kind of guy you know. I'm a look at all the theories of believe they could all be true and kind of see what actually ends up making sense as I go along if you WanNa go full Alex Jones you can go had. This is tied more into the philosophy of people that either are true believers in environmental catastrophe in catastrophic climate change and have already had had for years been promoting the policies that we just happened to see coincidentally occurring now in response to this virus. That's a direction. You could go If you wanted to go even more Alex Jones e if you wanted to you could go that this is just becoming more of a push for a world government I don't necessarily go that far. I'm just going to putting the options out there Because in many ways a lot of the things they're doing and and have already doing in California Because there's been this big push for I did a whole episode about this earlier. This year There's this thing called road diets familiar with this concept Where they're they're base their closing lanes on major roads and replacing them with gigantic lanes for biking and parking. And I'm all I like biking and I do like parking when I need to bark but they are literally like putting allow these roads at fifty percent of the capacity that they were before And this is all that's all kind of connected to what you might call suggestions from the. Un's agenda twenty one reports this thing. Where they they lay out all these kind of environmental policies that should be undertaken and like the federal and state governments. Don't don't undertake many local. Governments do undertaking these same exact policies and allow these policies. Have to do with driving less travelling less Using the roads last working remotely less congregating in Blazes. A basically everything. We're seeing less use of resources energy all the things we are happening to see. Play Out Along with the crowbars response just so happen to be the same ends that go along with people. That mindset Maybe that's purely a coincidence. Maybe is not there is also. I think there is something to the idea that that it's politically connected. I don't think it's necessarily a conspiracy to take down trump but I do think that for whatever reason just because trump has started to say things about opening up and ending lockdowns that it almost becomes like a political gut reaction that have trump says something the other side has to say the opposite thing so now the more trump talks about opening up the more the left has to talk about locking down the they say trump. We can't say trump is right and should open up so we have to continue to say he's wrong and if say he's right and we say that things aren't as bad as they have been again. These are the people that just kept locked in a House. For nearly has been two months now she feels like longer Two and a half months or so. But yeah it's it's GonNa be really hard for politicians to walk their way out of this for especially people like you know newsom and Garcetti. The mayor of Los Angeles that really stuck their feet in and saying that we can't come back to normal until we have either a vaccine or heat herd immunity both which are somewhat unrealistic anyways I duNno I duNno which conspiracy is true. And it's probably not one necessarily that is true. There's probably just an overlap of interest. I'm sure there are certain people that like seeing these lockdowns. For non lockdown reasons certain people that want to see less air travel that what see less interaction between human beings that want to see less resources used for other reasons. I'm sure even if it's not a conspiracy. They're supporting it for non corona virus reasons at this point. I even seen the articles and it's not a mystery. I see people posting on Instagram. I I had a friend of mine. That didn't instagram. Post it with some picture of a tree with some some lovely flowers or something on it and he said Oh nature. Oh what was the phrase nature is a nature is healing Hashtag. We are the virus you know that that sort of attitude that humans are the problem as if this tree it has Georgia. A crazy like this wouldn't be blooming if people were out of their houses like this is the most. Meanwhile he's out of his house taking pictures so many things about driving crazy But I've seen this this concept it's been around for a long time It's basically what the entire You know sort of climate change response is about the idea that humans are the virus. Humans are the problem with Earth. A man humans you a lot about things. Don't get me wrong. I'm not the fending humans to two full extent here but the idea that humanity itself is the virus As a very dangerous one. And but it's definitely one that oddly enough lines up with this actual virus That that people are responding to so I don't know pick and choose your favorite from that one. Let's you know the options well California and you've lived there long enough to know this. California is one of the biggest economies on. Its own in the world. I think six or seven now at even his highest. I remember in my lifetime that being as high as three or four. What are they doing? What happens at all this? I mean they've basically shut everything down now. I know a lot of the natural resources and everything come out of the very north what the locals up there like to call the state of Jefferson. But what happens to that economy? I mean we look at what's going on with the economy. I may accept the stock market because they can keep that up artificially as much as they want but what happens to one of the largest economies in the world. They're certainly going to be asking for a bailout at some point. I'm sure that because the government was already in shambles in terms of the debt and everything and now with everybody including myself. I'm not a shame to say I paid into the system. For what twenty years now and never took a dime is sure as hell did apply for employment and if I can get it great But with all these people applying for unemployment's and we know there's not you know they take that money from your paycheck and people like to pretend that since. Um Me No. It's not in the lock box. You know that money is spent before it even gets to the government So this is autism. Money they have to find either by going into debt or getting. They know the federal the federal portion of it. That's coming in especially in La La. Almost everybody I know including myself works either in the television film industry or they work in some business. That's not that but it's supporting it like. Maybe they work in accounting but most of their clients are in the film and Television. Serie or they work in bars and restaurants. And there's a lot of there. There's a lot of people that are you know actors. Or what have you that are trying to make it? That supplement that with working in a Bar Restaurant. All of that stuff is closed down now like I don't know hardly I. Maybe a couple people that that work from home. I know the vast majority of people I know aren't working but of those people some Want to come back to work like right away and others are pretty happy with the fact that they're getting you know a thousand dollars a month between state state unemployment and federal employment and that's a problem too Especially people that work in like bars or restaurants. I mean yeah if you really work in TV production if you're anything but entry level you're probably going to be making more out in Los Angeles than now all that combined unemployment and the federal aid But if you're working mostly at a Bar Restaurant. Why should you come back to work? Why should you go bust your ass especially if you do in the fear of the virus on top of it or if you have to work and some environment where you have to wear a mask while you're bartending? Or You have to have lexie. Gas Lasts between you and your your clients. I mean what's the whole point of the bar if you're not interacting with people? I thought that that's pretty much is the point of a Bar So who knows if people don't want to come back to their work but they're getting this money why should they? I mean I can't really blame. People at that. Point is that it's not their fault necessarily unless it supported politically. I guess that these perverse incentives are there the incentives not to work are there and the longer this goes on the more he already people now talking about making these these. Khurana related stimulus payments. Or what have you permanent a permanent part of the economy again. It's like almost seems like people that already had political ambitions of things they wanted to see such as Andrew Yang pushing universal basic income. Now it's become almost an opposition to say. Well if we can do this for a few months why can't we just do it forever because people are still going to be losing their jobs? Even the economy comes back to normal. People are still gonNA be losing their jobs to remote working because now the more and more people are able to work remotely companies are just going go to say. Oh let's everyone back in the buildings again if they don't have to so people are going to. There's going to be a commercial. Real estate is GONNA crash when a LOT OF COMPANIES. Stop using a lot of the buildings. I mean there's GonNa be effects that are just never going to be reversed even if we snap our fingers and got rid of coronavirus and got rid of the fear tomorrow which we also know. That's not going to happen either. So mad I really want to. I like to be optimistic. Life with these last few months have really tested my optimism. Like if I focus if I did podcast like this every day. Probably lose my mind because the more I actually say it out loud and really thinks through it. The they less hopeful. I really feel so when I tried to do is focus on myself and improving myself and putting myself in the situation I can be in Which for now is spending a lot of my time by the Pool Mexico. If you enjoy the show and you feel like you're benefiting from it please support me on Patriots Patriots Dot com forward slash. Man's raider I just added a two dollar level which allows you to get early episodes. Also on Freeman on the wall com forward slash store at the same levels as patriarch listed on there. But you can do it by the year and you can do it for cryptocurrency or you can do it for Fiat. Thank you very much. Well let's talk about that. I've had a lot of people contact me when I have like. I know you probably don't consider yourself an expert at this point not officially. But I'd consider myself I don't know quasi and I've had a bunch of ex pats on. I had been Armani on and Vince not an expert but he went to like the furthest Commonwealth of the United States. You could you could get to be as far away. I scheduled an interview with him that Aaron soon and Yeah I think he's like thirteen or fifteen hours different from me but somehow still technically in the United States just pretty impressive. It's funny. He's in the Pacific and he's fourteen hours ahead of me on the East Coast and I talked to somebody in Japan last night and they're thirteen hours ahead. He's even further so when I do talk to people who are living outside the United States now they negatively. Ask You How do people go about doing that? And everything but let's not worry about that. I mean at this moment but how does it feel as somebody who grew up here and you know you grow up with Iran everything United States is to grandest. And then you proceed to libertarianism. And you can can go yes I okay you know the United States may be the place that I wanna live but you know it has some problems and they need to be fixed and maybe even crossover into anarchism at some point. But what's it like when you just decide? This isn't really for me anymore and I'm going to go someplace where you know. I made not even really be good at speaking a language. Yeah I must banish this getting getting a little better actually studied. Spanish like you know in high school but when you don't actually use it in your day-today life it's useless to have learned it but luckily I've been immersed around people lower time that I I can go to the store and I'm fine. I don't have any problem asking for what I needed and getting what I need and I can. I can generally communicate with people. I can't have probably a deep philosophical conversation but yeah I mean it takes some Gusto to just pick up and leave. I didn't do that fully. I didn't take all my stuff. I still have the apartment As have have dogs that are currently being taken care of but I I. I miss them getting into another country you know depending on it's actually fairly easy in Mexico compared to a lot of places. I think if you go like overseas if I want to take them to say Australia or something. They have to be quarantined for like two months or something like that. I I think here you can do it. Somebody easily But I mean as easy just to pick up. It's I'll tell you what makes it a lot easier to pick up your life and take off is when your life is taken from you when your life is taken from you by the government and you don't have it there anymore and you don't have your job anymore and you're not even really can't really do the normal things that you like to do when you're not working. They didn't let me go to the beach anymore. Then let me hike anymore They let me interact my friends anymore. At least not in the normal way and even my friends would interact are a lot of them. Don't want to interact normally so I don't even like how it feels you know even even aside from the laws So I think the more you lose the easier guests now the the less l. a. feels normal anymore the easier it is to go find a better sort of quote unquote normal. Somewhere else I've been to Mexico a lot and I've traveled in Central American South America. A lot through my life so this is an area of the world. I guess I feel somewhat comfortable. In as opposed GALEAO. If you just stuck me in the middle of of Africa or the middle of Asia I feel a lot more out of my element because I really don't know the language there and I really don't know the culture there and of course it helps them. My girlfriend has year and she actually has like like family literally down the street so we have you know local resources and things like that so it's definitely not an easy thing to do even even the decision to just to take off and come here semi indefinitely kind of because. I could get a call theoretically next week. I don't think that's GonNa Happen. I get a call next week to come back to work for all. I know I can also get a call in three months. It says my dad never coming back. I I really have no idea. And but That kind of uncertainty makes it easy to just go do something else for a while I could have easily just sat in Los Angeles and Kinda done sort of what I'm doing here but It would cost me a lot more. I mean just something as simple as buying food. I mean the amount of food The Mad I spent on food here in Mexico in a month that that's maybe what I would spend in a week or maybe a couple of trips to the store in Los Angeles. I mean the difference is huge. Let alone the fact that you're starting to see all these shortages in Los Angeles and in the US weather it's toilet paper whether it's meet anti problems here. I can get whatever I on. There's all the toilet paper record ever for There's all the food I could ever asked by four because there's no supply chain issues here because there's no supply chain. I'm living in a small town and all the food we buy is just grown by the people that live here. All the meat is butchered by the people that live here. So there's no there's no chain to be broken Really it's all kind of locally supported and I think that might be a trend. We see people moving towards whether it's becoming an expat or whether it's just moving into the United States I think there might be more of a trying to people not living in cities especially as lot of city. Jobs become remote or just go away all together. I mean the appeal of the city is that you're you know there's all the work there. There's all the industry there. There's a bunch of people there. There's a bunch to do on a lot of the industry isn't there You can't do as much as you did before. You can't go out to bars and restaurants with your friends. Suddenly it doesn't. It doesn't have the appeals. That's me. There's no reason to live in the city because now it's just an expensive place to live so you're not gonna be able to do a lot of things you may as well do it somewhere else somewhere less expensive or somewhere. That's more remote or somewhere where your resources are sort of more local and you can just you don't have to rely as much on a supply chain But as so there is a question of what does it take to do it? I mean everyone's different. You know some people are so he'll never left their hometown and are never going to never want to and I'm not gonNA judge them that's fine Not The way I wanNA live. I WanNa see as much of the world's possible that that's been my attitude but not everybody is going to be super adventurous and and again I have you know. I'm I'm lucky I have someone from here. That speaks the language perfectly has family and friends here so I already have some somewhat of a base a resource base whereas if I was just doing this completely on my own it would be a much bigger decision. I might not have done this last. They would have done it in the same way at the same time You know so. It's it's all situational but I think at some point especially when a crisis like this is here we have to start assessing our lives and assessing where things are going to go and says thing that makes sense to live the same way that we used to live and we have to. We can only do so much like you and I can go on podcast and say what we think is right and say what we think is going on and we can affect the way. Some people think about things. There's only so much we can as individuals can do to affect the world around us. You know viruses laws hall. These things are all just going to keep happening regardless of what we do but the one thing we can react to we can change their own situations. We can change our attitudes towards things and we can kind of. We can fix our own situation to to some extent. So I think everybody has to do that Really people should be doing that all the time he was always be assessing the situation and thinking where can I potentially move to? How could I know rearrange my life But it's often only and this goes for me too often. Only when you really get kicked in the ass and life really slapped in the face that you say okay. Well I really have to rethink things now. I have to look at things that different way so I be surprised if there's anybody listening to this right now. That hasn't had their life drastically affected in some way or another. I know you know some people. Just have their same job to have and and keeping their paycheck but even those people. I'm sure are seeing many many changes around them just the way. Their daily lives are so when when things are changing so drastically as the best time ever the time ever to rethink things and to think of options because the more options that are taken from you at home the more you may as well think about option somewhere else. I guess if anybody who has been brought up in the United States and watch the news knows that Mexico a dangerous place man so you know what's it like where you're at where the cartels it's going door to door every night man. I wish they come by more. I could use some supply now. I'm just kidding no I mean look yeah if you look at. I don't know crime numbers or metrics or something like that. You good say Mexico's a dangerous place short. You could also say Los Angeles is a dangerous place. You could also say Saint Louis Dangerous Place where my sister lives? My nephew lives a place. I Visit Multiple Times a year. But the truth is it's really anywhere you are in life. There's dangerous places and there's dumb things you can do. So the Muslim born thing is to know. Where are the dangerous places? And what are dumb things to do? Dumb things to do are to flash wealth for me for me to go out in now. Flaunting money in that in somewhere would be a stupid thing to do. I don't do that I I don't go to places that are dangerous and I got. It does help to know people from around here but it doesn't take much anywhere to figure out where the dangerous areas are. It's really not that hard no matter where you go It's usually feeling you get when he started walking into a certain area But you know anywhere you go in the world. Anything you do in life has risks and you can greatly minimize risk. You can almost reduce your risk zero if you're just kind of smart and you just keep your head up and you just are aware of your surroundings and you don't let yourself lines My girlfriend's been brought before Mexico City. She's been mugged before her family has been mugged before those that that's something everybody in. Mexico City has has gone through at some point. Something a lot of Americans have gone through at some point The end of the day does need to be smart and keep your wits about you But now I mean the area that I'm in particularly I mean this is this is essentially been essentially Mexican tourist town This is basically a place that Mexican families go for weekends right now. Allow those families are just here because they lost their jobs in the city or they're not working too because of everything going on So they're all just here just hanging out so where I am is a super chill There are restaurants that are open. Some are some aren't like the larger chain restaurants are not open But you can go to local restaurant. We'VE EATEN A couple places locally here and you know sometimes that some of the places where masks and some they don't There's a variation of of how how much people take the virus seriously but when you see here is is basically you know. It's up to the individual at some point There are certain stores. That do require masks like a major retail stores like Costco. You have to wear a mask. That's their rule She's actually usually more the owned stores that you see those kind of roles in like but the local Bodega local stores. They usually have someone at the door that has like hand. Sanitizer are something like that as an option. If you WANNA you WanNa do that when you come in. But for the most part it's it doesn't I don't feel the same sense of hyperbolic fear that you fear in the US. I think part of this is to like I think ten years ago Mexico shutdown due to I want to say h one n one. I don't quote me on that but there was a a pandemic around. I think it was two thousand nine. They shut down and really hurt our economy and they didn't get that hit hard by the virus and they realized that was a big mistake and a place like this. You like so many people here especially where I am. I mean this is a really small town. People Live Day Day. I mean the vast majority of people are very poor and they live day to day. I mean the actual white people out working in the town. The lady that makes the Tortillas of the people that own the small little restaurants when you're when you're Customer their business and the money paying them. That's their money to live that day. You know that's not going in their bank. That's spent that night for their own food. I mean people literally live day to day and there's no way the government the president of the country even says this Anglo says like we can't really set everybody down because people live day day so yeah there are laws here are laws decrees whatever you WANNA call them about Not having large gatherings and There are businesses shutdown sense. But it's it's a lot more loosely enforced especially I you know like Tgi. Fridays is closed. Okay but like the local little small restaurants and stuff there are open a lot of places bars where they just have to go drink some place that bars reading kind of sit down It's kind of up to the individual because at the end of the day the government can't even cracked down because the police officers their MOMS. Their mothers their they're brothers. That are working. You know they they catch up their own family and they don't make enough to do that so there's a lot different sort of sense of like of enforcement here at one thing. I find really interesting about Mexico. I mean if you just look laws on the books like let's just take for example got laws. You basically can't own a gun in Mexico. I mean it's it's it's not impossible. It's essentially you know you can. I think there's one store in the country that's like owned by the government And it's basically you're not supposed to gun of your citizen So if you just look at the laws on the books you would you would never say like this is a more free country than the United States and I'm not make neckline per se but the attitude is very different here. One one thing about Mexicans is that they largely. I don't WanNA generalize but they largely They they vote and they participate in the government. And they they comment on it but they kind of just. There's this baked in presumption that the government is corrupt and that they are not on their side and that the police are corrupt. And they're not on their side and everyone just kind of knows that and operates under that assumption whereas in the United States. I feel like there's at least a large percentage of the population that sort of still buys into the whole system. Here is just like openly now and the politicians are corrupt. It's known that Iraq that elections are rigged and vote. Totals are completely faked One of the I think it will. I don't know I don't know who who it was his name. I know one of the like not Vicente Fox one of the president's between big box and Abloh excuse my lack of knowledge of all the The previous Mexican Presidents but he recently said he was commenting about the corona virus. Numbers using low governments coronavirus. Numbers are fake. I don't even know if he was saying they're reporting too. Many are not enough. I'm not sure but he said you know the these numbers there the my election my election numbers when when I one and that is kind of like a joke an open joke of that. Yeah we all know the elections. Are you guys know? I know everyone knows. These numbers are thicker than that you know and no. There's no outrage about that comment because everyone already knows it and everyone already wouldn't say accepts it but they just they have that underlying cynicism because they understand the reality. They understand that the government is corrupt entity they may interact with it and may go vote in elections with it. But but it's it's a known quantity and it's it's sort of an accepted fact. We're in the United States. You gotta you gotTa pull teeth out to try to even say some of the slightest trump's at sometimes I defined the attitude here You know kind of refreshing in a way. I think it's really interesting that most Americans could listen to what you just said and think that Mexico is worse because of the corruption. And how can people accept the fact that their country is corrupt and know it and you know go on go on living and it's like except that then. They're living denial though. Yeah I mean you have to live you have to live with a certain level of delusion or if they do think it's corrupt it's only the other side by side. I don't vote right here here. The Republicans are corrupt. Or if you're on the other side the Democrats are corrupt or if you're in the Libertarian Party maybe you only think that the Republicans Democrats are corrupt. Yes corruption the Libertarian Party. To No matter where you turn the here. There's corruption no matter no matter what side you think you're on but yeah. I mean I think there there is something to be said of just I guess living in reality whereas I think a lot of people in the United States live under a delusion that if there is corruption it's just the wrong people or just not their side or it's just not the people at the right ideas here it's just known and I don't WanNa say accepted like people aren't happy about it. You see protests from time to time whenever there's like a lot of violence there's been this whole thing about it. There's been a lot of violence against women in Mexico. And maybe I don't know the extent gets reported on the international news before coronavirus there was massive protests against it And but if you really dig into it more you realize that why because at first I was like why. Are they protesting the government? Because you know I know people were murdered but like why is there this connection to protesting the government? I didn't really understand that it I And what I've learned is is because it's the government during the murders. They know that it's it's the police doing it. They even want to think where they had video of a police like taking this girl of murdering her and so they know that the government either is. It's actually the police themselves. In many cases or people connected to the government are connected. The police because the these people are so protected. that so they're connecting the violence directly with the government. Meanwhile here there's a lot more respect for an this is going to be another thing that people United States here in Saint L. Woman. It's much worse place against about accepting reality. I think here the cartels are much more accepted as a quote unquote legitimate than the actual government. I'm you saw. I think they had L. Chapo daughter. I was in Mexico City going around helping. Poor people people that were put out of work delivering aid packages packages sending her love from El Chapo. Because the other day are everyone knows that the government's corrupt they also know the cartels corrupt but only one of those groups actually helps them along the way the cartels actually go around and help people when they're not busy doing cartel stuff whereas the government they don't get anything from the government they don't get a damn thing maybe that's part of it here too because there's a lot more. I don't know maybe there's a lot more welfare in the United States and there's more government programs Mexico doesn't really have that they have a really city public health care system can use most people if they can all try not to use it. There's excellent private healthcare here. It's just not not. Everybody can get it if they don't have money but it's relatively inexpensive compared to the United States. So maybe it's the fact. The government does so much less that they only see the corruption that possible good side here in the United States might say well at least they manage our social security or something ridiculous like that but here is not not the case here the the big organizations that help people are the cartels. You know. It's funny I've said before on episodes and when I was being interviewed that growing up in New York I had a pretty good working knowledge of how mob neighborhoods worked. And when you look at the government the monopoly and then you look at the mob. Anyone who really takes a good book. It comparison to would rather live in the mob neighborhood. Jer under there under their protection delays the mob actually does give protection to. They might make you pay for it and then threaten you but you're GonNa get the protection if you're GONNA be forced to pay for a service at least get the service right. I gotta be fleeced by the police. Now they're going to do is just violate my rights and go go. Choke people that with the death of their knees. At least the mob. It when they force you to pay for your. They're actually GONNA bet they'll protect your business. Do you have any? I'm changing the subject. Now g you have any atwell. Let me let me rephrase that. How much confidence do you have in the Libertarian Party? As to be used as anything to get people like the to educate do whatever what level of confidence you operating on right now Not much by did think of there are a good number of people in the Libertarian Party. You are people who are trying to do that thing you know whether it's the muses caucus it's other people there are people trying to use it for what I would say if it's going to exist it should be. It should be used to educate people about libertarian ideas. it should want to get votes because it is a political party but if it only gets votes by not being libertarian than it may as well not exist so I actually think at the end of the day I mean I you know the this woman. I'm Dr Dorgan was not who I wanted to be elected but at the end of the day I think it is an interesting shift. You've seen in the Libertarian Party. Because Joe Jorgenson say what you will about her She might not be the most inspiring candidate on the planet and she might not be. The hardest core Libertarian Speaker But she has libertarian She's a pretty good libertarian. All Things considered and if you look at the past candidates and the Libertarian Party of the last three or four cycles and you I think there has been sort of shift of the overton window in a sense due to the influx of people that have come in through podcasts Largely honestly through time would serve as Smith Through the Maze Caucus through your your Lincoln. My Link That have come in. That are least trying to make it about the message and I think that's why Lincoln Chafee completely flamed out. Because he was just in. No way a libertarian. He was a nice guy I think he might have even met well but he was not in. No way a libertarian. He was flatly rejected whereas four years ago. I mean he if he came in around the time when bill came me he there was a time three or four months ago. I presume they can is going to end up the nominee so the fact that didn't happen and that he tireless flamed out and then he was replaced by judge. Jim Gray who's always been pretty good on the drug war but of the candidates running was probably the most status. I think it's pretty safe to say. And he fizzled out to he he was. I think the V K v V from atop candidate. And that's A. That's a candidate that you would normally think would be right at the top of getting that nomination so there has been a shift where you have the top of the ticket of someone that was. She was actually endorsed by the pragmatists. Caucus is the same caucus the supportive Lincoln Chafee the same caucus support a bill weld. That says something about Dr Dorgan's that does not good. I'm not sure. But the fact that that the pragmatists had do sort of quote unquote settle for someone who is still pretty Damn Libertarian. In the grand scheme of things think is a pretty good sign of of moving in in somewhat of a better direction than at least four years ago and the fact that her VP candidate. Who was not endorsed by the practice was endorsed by pretty much. Everybody else was endorsed by Jacob. Berger was endorsed by vermin supreme and is an unapologetic anarchist. I mean that's a good sign. That's a I mean think about how far Spike Spike Cohen is from Bill Weld. I mean that's that's a huge change so I do see some signs of life in a sense where I think of a lot of these people. That want the Libertarian. Party to be about a message that want to be that. Want the Libertarian Party. not to be about principles and be about education. Those people have undoubtedly had an influence. Because if those people didn't get involved there would be Lincoln Chafee. You know it would be like Lincoln Chafee. Jim Gray Then there'd be nobody really educating people about the ideas whereas now I think there's at least some people that are pretty damn libertarian. Enough that that. If they can get attention it could be used and I have all these qualifiers. Could if all those things in there because I I I'm not GONNA say I'm super optimistic but compared to where I thought things could have gone. You know six months ago all things considered. It's not that bad. You have to look at these things in a in a relative way. Yeah I am. I know you tapped out again. What was it for you was it going to actual career conventions the coronavirus The government's response to I don't see a political solution so I'm not gonNA I don't think it's is gonNA come from politics. It's going to be the solutions are gonNA come from if anywhere. It's GonNa come from the culture just completely rejecting it and ignoring it and I think there are signs of that. Even in California there are people in their counties in Orange County on A place where people are starting to ignore the rules Just go to the beaches. Even when the governor said they had to say close so that even a place like that when they're signs of life I mean you can't human beings can't be locked down forever. There's going to be a segment of the population that continued to support it till the end of days. Just because they've wedded theirselves to it so much that they just have to. But I think that that's going to become a pretty small group because humans can't live like this I mean I don't know maybe I'm just trying to be overlap to miss it now because I am as much as love and live in Mexico and I really am I mean I I. I've never been happier But I would like the world to get back to normal. I'd like the option to go back to at least visit in L. A. To know to at least visit a place just go to bars and hang out with my friends to at least come back and do some kind of work in the industry is to work in because I did really enjoy my career so I hope for that but if it happens it's not it's not coming from the government. I think I think we agree on that. Yeah I keep asking myself the question. What would I have to see in order to believe that things were back to quote unquote normal? And I don't I don't have an answer for while I don't even have an answer anymore. It just I would have to see no one talking about it anymore. I don't even see that. We're so far from that either. They're already setting us up for next winter. So yeah so anyway. What you gotTa Plug Man. Oh what have the plug. Well listen to the lines of liberty podcast. Of course we have an amazing three show format idea interviews on Mondays and also occasionally hosted the drunken roundtable of course Brian McWilliams. Every Wednesday hits you with just a an epic rant of ridiculousness and mispronunciations cursing every week on electric liberty land and then John Wraps things up on Fridays with his awesome. Look at the. They broke criminal justice system and many people. Say That you know. That's the only Friday show if there's a lot of sad stories in it which is true but man at the end of listening those interviews. I'm inspired because these people that have been through this criminal justice and come out of it I'm not recommending getting into the criminal justice system but allow people to come out of at least the people that make their way to John Show. They had done so much turn their lives around. It is kind of like you know it's kind of like we're talking about today in a how we can only affect so much around us. So you know we find ourselves in this world of coronavirus. We can complain about it and be against it but we can't really change it as much. We can change our own situations and how we react so a lot of these people that come on. John Show have been some of the children in Jeff thirty years for maybe selling a little bit of we'd thirty years ago. I mean it really really tragic stories. They come out of it awesome. They come out of it with skills with an amazing attitude. And maybe it's just being the same kind of thing they may they just realize. Look I'm in the situation now? I'm in prison. I can't get out. What can I do so I can at least focus on myself at least focus on on you know coming out of this in some way in some you know some better way than I was before and the the the the the stories you hear from these people are just absolutely unbelievable so I really WanNa Plug Felony. Friday as is one of our most important shows because the kind of thing anybody can listen to even if they're not hard core libertarians. They're gonNA hear something that makes them say wait. Something is wrong in the system. So that's all I wanNA play but our show are variety show the Variety show on earth lines liberty and of course if you really want to send us money shows free but if you want to send us money we have an awesome. Patriot's who is as pete mentioned. We'd do some weird wild stuff on there. We do. A bunch of random lives dreams owners content when we can with guests and like you said the conspiracy corner. We have a lot of fun with that one. Thanks man I really appreciate it and It's good to hear an individual story of somebody's saying I'm in a situation where I'm not happy and I'm going to make myself happy. There just aren't enough people who are willing to do that out there to really take a chance and I'm just happy. You did it in that you could be an example for some of us who have to be right. Now just dejected. Yeah I hear Ya I mean we can only do so much. I don't know this is the solution to all of what my woes in life But for now it's at least a much better situation than just sitting in my guest house without a pool in l. a. In L. A. I don't recognize. Thanks a lot brother. I want to thank you for tuning into the free me on the wall. Podcast I WANNA thank Marc for coming on. That's it you back. In days with another episode take care to have. 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