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"robb elementary school" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:53 min | 2 weeks ago

"robb elementary school" Discussed on WTOP

"6 22 now, the Alexandria school system has a new interim school superintendent. The city school board last night approved a contract for melan AK watt that begins September 1st and lasts through June or until a permanent superintendent is hired. K watt is the second black female interim superintendent at ACP. She's now the system's human resources director. She is replacing Gregory hutchings who announced his resignation last month. The suspended principle of rob elementary school in uvalde, Texas has her job back. She was suspended three days ago with pay after a state legislative committee criticized security at the school where 19 children and two teachers were killed in May after she was suspended. Mandy Gutierrez wrote to members of the committee disputing their findings of a culture of complacency at the school, she said the lock on the door to the fourth grade classroom where the shooting happened worked when a custodian checked at the night before. A child's emotional development can be affected when they question their gender and sexual identity. A clinical psychologist has tips on how parents can help. Saying the conversation should be about empathy. Absolute empathy. Ivory macmillan is a D.C. area clinical psychologist with the Chicago school of professional psychology. She says parents should be clear. Love is there and it's not going away. You are your child's biggest cheerleader. And she says, embrace however it is a child may present their identity, whether it's lesbian gay, bisexual, transgender queer, or whatever. That's super important, because fitting in starts at home. It's a protective factor at arms your child with the ability to go out into the world and face adversity. Two people in a dog escaped a house fire and percival yesterday morning, but two other dogs were trapped in the flames and died. The loudoun county fire department says a 9-1-1 call came in shortly after 5 reporting the house fire on Milligan's run lane. The area doesn't have fire hydrants, so a water tanker had to be brought in. Fire investigators say the fire was accidental, they believe it started as an electrical fire outside the home. The mega millions jackpot is now up to $1.1 billion. There'll be a drawing tonight for the third largest prize in the history of lotteries in the U.S.. No one has won the jackpot for 29 consecutive drawings. The odds of winning, one in 300, two and a half million, if no one wins the jackpot tonight, they'll be a drawing Tuesday night, and it'll be an even bigger jackpot. And we'll see if you're at work on Monday. Montgomery county planning board director Gwen Wright has announced she's stepping down effective January 1st, right who's worked with the Maryland national capital parks and planning commission since 1987 was named director of the planning board in 2013, planning board has been working on a long-term project thrive Montgomery 2050, which has been promoted by supporters as generating more needed housing and transit. Opponents have complained the plan could have negative impacts on older established neighborhoods

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"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

03:17 min | 2 weeks ago

"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Increasing. So I'm on the curve ball here. All right, all right. And I want to explain to some of our viewers about our listeners about exactly how school choices moving in Florida. They love ninos. I get quite a pilot getting mandala ninos. And so here, that's exactly what I understand. That's children. You said Nino, four times. So I got that part. I said, you were doing in the state of Florida parents have the right to choose where their children want to go. Do you know the greatest problem we're having in Florida? The greatest problem we're having is school choice exists to fund your sitting in a pot and we can not convince parents enough. We're convincing them, but not enough that the school choice right that route the traditional public school system, although it's still working, the charter schools are sometimes a better option. We have funds that are sitting there just waiting for parents to take that voucher and put them in a private school, put them in a charter school. And that's the struggle we're having. But the funds are there. We're moving. They keep the Catholic schools open. My Catholic high school is still open barely. But a lot of the parochial schools in Ohio close are the Catholic schools in Florida still going the Catholic schools are open. The truth is in Florida, the Santa's kept all schools open and we were able to pass in Florida through executive order under the governor, a mandate to not allow the masks in some of these schools. I mean, I have a two year old. And at some point, a two year old was wearing a mask. You can barely eat his Cheerios in the morning without throwing them against the ceiling. I think in Florida, we've been a little bit different, but I'll take it. Danny press. Let's turn to ESG. Yesterday or this week, you told me the governor did something about investing in Cuba. Because Biden wants people to invest in Cuba. Latin America and kibbeh, what did the governor say? A couple days ago, the governor sent out a memo, reminding floridians that there is no such thing as a free market in Cuba. The Cuban regime, and I hate calling them a government because they're not a government. They're a dictatorship. They're a regime. The Cuban regime, the communist regime, what we call in Miami. And that is the government of the castros. What they're doing is they're asking for investment from floridians to boost their private sector. Their pitch is the following. We have Jose and Cuba, who has opened up a restaurant in his own home. Entrepreneurial spirit, we want you to invest in his business. It sounds great on paper, it is not reality. It will never be reality as long as the cast is in charge in Cuba. Here's why. It's similar to Venezuela. In order for them to have a private sector business in Cuba, they have to go through the communist arm of business prosperity. That's how they call it in Cuba. They eat the profits. The homeowner, which doesn't exist because there is no such thing as private property rights in Cuba, but the homeowner in their eyes, that's opening this restaurant. He ain't getting the money. He got to give it to the government. So it's a fallacy and the governor governor Ron DeSantis who has been a phenomenal advocate for a free Cuba. He understands our issue, told the floridians, don't fall for that trick. Don't fall for that flurry. The money's not going to the people. There is no such thing as private businesses or private enterprise in Cuba..

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"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

04:08 min | Last month

"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"Hear him out and then judge him? That's all I ask, unapologetically Christian and 100% real. Officer Tatum show. Brandon Tatum, the left ain't seen nothing yet. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to the outside of show and try to make it quick as my last segment before the weekend hit and it's a short segment. So I'm gonna bring in a couple people.

"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

06:47 min | Last month

"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"Know how somebody say, I have a lot of respect for you just for them to say something crazy to you. And for the most part, it wasn't that much of a crazy statement. It's just that I don't understand how people are hypnotized. You know, you say, the officers were cowards. Okay, let's start with that premise. Which officer the runs that ran to the door? And then got shot and retreated. Okay, their cowards. Okay, let's go down the list. Who else is coward? The guys in the hallway just sitting there while kids are getting killed. Well, these are the same guys that went and breached the door and killed a guy. Are they cowards? So I'm guessing the logic is that they used to be cowards. And then somehow there was an epiphany that came down from the lord above and they got a lot of courage and then they went into a classroom and killed a guy. In a gunfight with an AR-15, so at one point they were cowards and another point they somehow lost their cowardice. Can we just admit that, like I said, because I told you I got people that were there in the room in the hallway telling me what they saw and what they heard, and what the investigators have said, and you could call the first couple of guys cowards. That's fine. That's what you want to do. That's what you want to do. Are you going to make, why are you going to make me call them account? I don't think that they're cowardice. I think that anybody running into a building with somebody shooting an AR-15, I mean, that takes some courage. You'll run down the hallway, that guy can pop out of any classroom at any time. If you didn't want no conflict, you would have never went into school. They run down a hallway in the school. One guy is up under the door. Looking under the door to other guys in front of the door and they start getting shot. And they run. And, you know, some people feel encouraged to say, they shouldn't have they should have just took rounds. Well, I mean, I would like for you to be in a situation where two two three rounds of 5 5 6 is flying by your head and they feel like they got hit. They were actually getting hit by shrapnel. They thinking they getting hit and you telling me from the comfort of your couch that you would have not ran or at least retreated to safety if you started getting shot at with an AR-15. I like to meet you. I want to meet you. And shake your hand and give you a $1000 bill. Anyway, Lee from Palo Alto, California. Welcome to the off state of the show. Thank you. Just recently, I read the Bill of Rights and to see how many of them that we've been allowing ourselves to lose over the past many years. One of them is the right to do process. And unfortunately, in America, it seems our culture, we hear a story and in ten minutes we've decided exactly what happened. And then little by little information comes in like the police officer looking at is watch. Well, we found out it was because his wife has been calling him, not that he was ordering a pizza. And so the thing is that we really need to get all the information and we need to have patience. And it's a tool of conflict resolution. Don't attribute motivation to people. Unless we absolutely have talked with them and we have all the information. And it's really a scourge of our culture for the past many years. Like if you don't like Donald Trump, everything he does is bad. If, you know, and everything Joe Biden does is good. And then vice versa for many people. And I think that we just need to get all the information and stop trying to be God. Amen, Lee, thank you so much for the call. I think that's the well articulated sentiment that I have. You know, when I look at this thing and I see a man look at his phone and he's in an environment where shooting is occurring, I don't automatically say, look at that coward, man. He looked looking at his phone. Look, he got the punish on his phone. Somebody wrote a whole article talking bad about this guy. In my mind, I'm like, you know, I know that you can't look at a small clip and put things in perspective, unless you talk to the officer in front of what he was doing on his phone. And then as people see, I didn't criticize that man because I said, look, I've been on shooting calls. I've been on barricaded subject cars. I was on the S.W.A.T. team and I had to pull my phone out before. And it never was to pull it out to look at Facebook. I was pulling my phone out because sometimes we communicate on the S.W.A.T. team through the cell phone. Or there's an alert that comes through the cell phone. And if my phone is vibrate, my work phone is vibrate while I'm on a call out, the only people that had that number is the S.W.A.T. team. So, you know, somebody catch a picture of me pulling my phone out on a S.W.A.T. call out. So I understand how these things happen. So I said, well, I mean, somebody's an interview with this guy. What did he say he was doing on the phone? Oh, come to find out his dying wife was messaging him or texting him on the phone, and that's why he looked at his phone. You know, the guy with the hand sanitizer. Instead of me saying, oh, man, he'll count. Look at him on the hand sanitizer. I'm like, okay, maybe he's nervous, which is not outside of the realm of understanding, given the circumstances, or maybe he's a medic. And he knows he's been end up interacting with somebody. He's going to do some, maybe the police when they breach the door they get into a shooting. He has to say somebody's life. He want to make sure his hands is clean. Why do people jump to such nefarious means? Like, what do you think he's cleaning his hands for? Do you really think that he's like, I hate these kids? I'm glad that they're dead. And I'm gonna wash my hands to show how much I don't care about these kids in the hallway. I mean, do you really think that that's what he's doing? Lee had it perfectly. We decided that we decided that you've all did was a bad situation and now all the cops are bad. If you see a cop take a knee because he's crying because his kid was in there getting shot to death, people would criticize that man. Well, you should have did something different. What do you think you love his kids more than he do? You think the guy that was checking his phone, you love his wife and what did he do? According to reports, I think it was his high school sweetheart. You think you love her more than he do? And he was a Yuval the ISD officer. So he worked at the school. So you think those children dying just meant nothing to him? And you don't know these kids, but he worked at the school. And but you got more capacity and you think he does. How about you listen to what his articulable facts are and

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"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

05:41 min | Last month

"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

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"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

06:44 min | Last month

"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"72 43. Ladies and gentlemen, the reason I have a hard time saying per KO because when you're from Texas, it's par, kale, not per kill, the ER is a R instead of an er. But let me get back to what I was saying because I feel like I was cut off. But these things, you know, I feel like when I'm on the radio, I feel like I'm talking to a different audience. When I say different audience, I feel like I'm talking to a more mature audience that understand nuance. And so that's the reason why I'm bringing up the whole dilemma what you've already and other things because I feel like you guys are mature enough and you are seasoned enough to understand that there's nuance to a lot of different things that go on in our country. And it is very, very unfortunate. Because I feel like that the right and the left in some cases are cut from the same cloth. I think there's certain things that a person, let me say this. It's tribalism. And there's hypnotism. I remember when I came out and I said, I am incredibly frustrated with Donald Trump. When he was saying that the vaccine was one of the greatest inventions in American history. And he's encouraging people to take the vaccine. He said if people didn't take the vaccine, millions of people would have died. Donald Trump was saying this. And because I don't have no loyalty to nobody, I was critical of that because I felt like that that was not pushing the right message, especially when you're not the president. Because when Trump was lamenting to the fact that the invention was the greatest in human history, the Democrats were then taken what he's saying and they were justifying mandating the vaccine. And people were mad at me 'cause they said, Donald Trump never met said he want the mandate the vaccine. And of course that is true. But when you're pushing rhetoric that this is the greatest invention on Planet Earth, Democrats are saying, see? Even Trump believe you should be vaccinated. You should be forced vaccinated. But let me explain why I'm bringing this story up. People were so upset with me because I merely questioned Donald Trump supporting vaccines. And not just the mandate to support of the vaccine itself. It's extremely problematic in my opinion. And I felt like he should have never touched that. He should have waited till he was in office. I don't even talk about it, Trump. Until you got the power to then not make it a mandate. And what do they do? They go out and mandate it, and some of them quoted Donald Trump has said, see, even Donald Trump say that this vaccine works and everybody should be taking the vaccine. You know, I was upset with Trump because Doctor Fauci, in my opinion, would not be Doctor Fauci if he had gotten fired back when Trump had that lunatic up there talking at the press conferences. And people got mad at me. Some people, not everybody. People got mad at me. So sometimes I think that we can become tribal as well. Because I honestly believe there's people like me and y'all that you're open to critique. If somebody came to you and said, hey, man, Brandon Tatum, I don't like what he said on this show. say, you may not say no to my brand of tater because he's perfect. Well, I'm not being friends with you, 'cause you were never talked bad about Brandon Tatum. Like, I don't want you guys to be that type of person, right? Somebody can disagree with Brandon Tatum and you may really like me and think everything I say is right because 99.9% of everything I say is 100% right. There's maybe I'm just giving y'all a margin of error. I don't think nothing I say is wrong. But just because I'm a human being, I'm giving a marginal error of a small percentage point on half a percent of a percent of a percent that's something I say is actually wrong. Especially I would never say anything wrong with good faith. But I don't want you to I don't want us to be those people that nobody can criticize a person that you really like. Everybody's open to criticism. I love Donald Trump. I think he was the best president. I'm still sad that he not our president today. But if Donald Trump go out and do some silly, I'm going to call him out on it. I still love him. I still vote for him. He still get my vote. If I could vote for him every election, legally, I would. But if you come out and do something ridiculous, I have to critique what you've done. Or I'm a phony. Or you guys can come back and say Brandon, you fake, because you don't want to criticize certain people because you like them. Just like police officers. Now my channel isn't geared towards finding every bad cop behavior in talking about it. Really, my platform is to correct the wrongs that are done against police officers. And then occasionally cops be cutting up. And if I never said anything about cops, they were wrong. Then people would criticize me and say, Brandon, you always taking them for the cops you never call out the bad ones. I call out the bad ones often. I criticized Derek Chauvin in my book that I wrote. Being black and blue, it's over here. Beaten black and blue, I wrote a whole book about policing in America. And in that book, I wrote one of my chapters was about Chauvin and George Floyd that entire situation. I gave it honest perspective of how I think that Derek Chauvin is a complete idiot. I don't care if George Floyd died from fentanyl overdose. The fact that you have your knee on a man neck for that long and he's actively dying, it's like, there's really no excuse for that. This is not a split second decision. It's not like, oh, man, I think he had a gun. I pull out a gun power. Man, he pulled out a cell phone in the shape of a gun. And I accidentally shot him. It's not that. It's like, I'm kneeling on this guy, made it one go by minute two, three, four, 5, 6 minutes go 7 minutes go by. People are recording you screaming at you to the guy saying I'm dying, I'm dying. 8 minutes go by. Now I'm gonna go by. He goes limp, and he pees himself. Tim and his go by, you still on a man. You still ain't got off his neck. You ain't checked on him. And you wonder why you went to jail? And you wonder why the judge gave him the harsher sentence because he said he didn't. He, his actions were in total disregard for human life. And I don't disagree. And now do I think George Floyd probably die from fitting all over those? He probably did. But you can't be shocked when you get in trouble when you're doing stuff like Chauvin did. I criticized cops when it's necessary.

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"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

06:57 min | Last month

"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"All right, let me get back to the callers a four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three 8 four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three. You know what's funny I wish that on Fridays did the college just call in and I can just talk to y'all and it'll be great. But it's so much news happening that I can't just do that I gotta interject news, especially because my man Donald Trump is making moves. He's supposed to be here, but his ex-wife passed away. He was coming to Saturday, we were all geared up, the whole team was going to go down to Prescott, Arizona, and have a good time getting out of the heat. Unfortunately, Donald Trump's wife, ex-wife passed away, and so they postponed Donald Trump's visit to Arizona on next week. Now it just so happened next week, I'm going to be in Tampa. So I'm probably going to miss it. Unless I can make some adjustments to my schedule. But according to the article written by Fox News, Trump's fundraiser committee, how dare more than $17 million in the past three months. Politics is a money making sham to me, however, I really hope that the $17 million is headed in the right direction as Trump will run and win. It's one thing that I don't like about elections. I feel like that elections should have a market cap. I may not say market cap, maybe I could use a better term, there should be a funding cap. Which means that if you can't, if a candidate can't win with X amount of dollars, everybody across the board, then you just can't win, bro the problem with not having a cap on fundraising is that you can be bored. Right here in Arizona, running for governors Carrie Lake, Carrie Lake is by far. Better than any of these gubernatorial candidates. She's by far better. She do more work. She's more likeable, she's more articulate in my opinion, but they got another woman that's running and ironically enough her name is Karen. Karen is running. And she got a lot of money behind her. So what they do is a lot of people that want a person to be in political office, even though that person is probably trash, they just put a whole bunch of money behind that person. And then they have a legitimate chance over somebody who should be legitimately your governor. I seen that happen in the state of California too. Look, if you want to run for office, you got to raise tens of millions of dollars to run for major office in California. You got to be wealthy. Oh, you got to know a lot of wealthy people. You don't have to be a good candidate. You could just walk out there and tell them what they want to hear. 'cause you know what the maga crowd want to hear and I'm not talking about this is Trump, 'cause he got a resume to back up what he's done. You can tell America crowd what they want to hear, you put a lot of money, you know, but our people put money in your pockets in your campaign, you mess around and win. It shouldn't be that way. It should be that the person who connects better, the person who has better verbal judo, the person who can go door to door and support the public and be a voice for the people, should be the one that wins. Now, I'm going to tell you something I was mad at, and some of y'all gonna be mad at me, but you know, I hope you're not listening to me thinking you don't agree with everything I say. I was very upset when Trump did not become the president because they cheated. And then they started to develop this fund of the legal representation regarding the election. And I remember they raised millions of dollars. And I could be wrong and I hope somebody could correct me if I'm wrong about this. But I don't think that they actually performed any legal representation. Whatever committee had all this money, I don't think they performed any legal representation because the last time I checked there was not one court that heard the case that the election was stolen. Not one hearing, not one jurisdiction, there was no Supreme Court hearing, there was no lawyers. Unless you count billable hours for preparing documents, but I don't think, remember to release the kraken? Where did she go? I ain't never seen that late again. And I'm not saying she's doing anything nefarious, but you gotta understand, there's questions to be had. All this money came from the election fraud thing, and then nothing ever happened. And I don't even know where that money went. That's why politics is very weird, and I'm not trying to say to anybody doing nefarious. All I'm saying is I have questions. Because they promised us that let me just say this, I'm going back because I'm jumping, but y'all gonna y'all gonna jump on board in a minute. Remember when this I don't wanna let people make it, man. Because a lot of us really thought that the election was stolen and that people were really gonna do something about it. Y'all remember that? Remember they used to tell us they were gonna unleash the kraken. And that they got a smoking gun with evidence of voter fraud, some people were saying that people are going to jail as we speak. Because Trump is doing 4D chance and he got this lined up in this lined up and they got these people going to jail on the third day of the fourth day of the second month of the second generation. And they didn't come to find out nothing happened. Nothing happened. I get incredibly frustrated with it because I remember these people and I don't want to say the name. I remember them telling us that there's no way that Trump is not going to be the president. He has all of this evidence. This person is going to jail. This person is going to jail. Trump is going to do this. He's going to be the president. For a fact, we have evidence, this is what somebody else said online. This is how we get duped too, y'all. Don't get it twisted. We need to be careful not to get due to. They were saying that all the ballots had a secret watermark on it. I don't know if y'all remember that. I think people came on TV and said it. These ballots had a secret watermark on it. And that all the ballots that went out, they know it because the watermark and this is going to prove that the election was stolen and everything is going to come crumbling down Donald Trump is going to be the president. I don't think there was anything such thing as a watermark. I hope y'all feel me on this. We can't get duped either. I want to see concrete stuff happening. In the election, I only got 30 seconds. Hold the phone. I'm going to get into this call in if you want

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The Problem With Money and Politics

The Officer Tatum Show

01:31 min | Last month

The Problem With Money and Politics

"Trump's fundraiser committee, how dare more than $17 million in the past three months. Politics is a money making sham to me, however, I really hope that the $17 million is headed in the right direction as Trump will run and win. It's one thing that I don't like about elections. I feel like that elections should have a market cap. I may not say market cap, maybe I could use a better term, there should be a funding cap. Which means that if you can't, if a candidate can't win with X amount of dollars, everybody across the board, then you just can't win, bro the problem with not having a cap on fundraising is that you can be bored. Right here in Arizona, running for governors Carrie Lake, Carrie Lake is by far. Better than any of these gubernatorial candidates. She's by far better. She do more work. She's more likeable, she's more articulate in my opinion, but they got another woman that's running and ironically enough her name is Karen. Karen is running. And she got a lot of money behind her. So what they do is a lot of people that want a person to be in political office, even though that person is probably trash, they just put a whole bunch of money behind that person. And then they have a legitimate chance over somebody who should be legitimately your governor.

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"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

05:29 min | Last month

"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"A little extra money in the bank. Consider sending a little some pizzas to your local substation. For the officers to eat. That gesture allows them to feel like the rest of the same people actually care about them. Because most of you guys that are listening don't interact with police. You know why you don't? 'cause you're buying by the law. The people who don't want to live up to the expectation of a Biden by the law, the cops have to deal with them every day. And people don't call the police officers when they're having a wedding or when their kid just finished a graduation. They call them when the wedding has gone south. When somebody has committed suicide in a bathroom of the wedding, they call in when the sun is graduated school, but was drinking and driving ended up getting decapitated. That's when they call the police. That's when police engage with the public. It's not a lot of friendly, fun, loving interactions, and policing. It's not a lot of them. They do occur, but it's not a lot of them. So for those of us who love police and they're not talking about fair-weather, if you affair where the person you love the police when they're doing what you want them to do and then you hate them when they're not doing what you want them to do. I'm not talking about people like that. I'm talking about people who actually genuinely respect the badge and respect what the people do. And you love police and you love them and you criticize them when they're wrong and you love them and give them kudos when they write, but you still love them no matter what. Except the people who are committing crimes, those people ain't cops. Those are criminals. I'm talking about police officers that are in the spectrum of reasonableness. It is up to us to empower them to engage with them in a manner in which we give them confidence. The funny thing is, and I think the caller addressed this is that it's funny how, you know, when police officers get into an officer involved shooting, they kill a thug that was gonna either die from their hands of a cop or another black man or from the drugs. When a cop killed him justifiably, what happens? The public comes out, they spit in the middle of the street, they cried they scream. They burn stuff down and defense of a criminal. The question is, why are we not including myself? Why do we not come out with such vigor and zeal for the men and women we love when they are doing right and being treated wrong? Meaning that when we know an officer was involved in an active shooter situation or not an active shooter, but a officer involved shooting with the officers legitimate and people are sending them death threats. They're coming to the substation. Why don't we show up at the substation? Why don't we hold a press conference? And say this man did his job according to use of force policy, I don't need to be a cop. I'm not a part of the investigation, but I'm putting out the information that this is what I see and this is what he did. I mean, I try to do it on YouTube channel, but why don't we be more aggressive? You know, I know a whole bunch of the cops in the cops in Atlanta, Georgia. Who shot Richard Brooks? Was 100% justified and they got railroaded and had a suing, but they got railroaded by the prosecutor in the public. And they didn't do anything wrong. Why would we be out about a tens of thousands protesting peacefully? To let our voice be known that we not putting up with the way y'all treating our police officers. It's always the bad guy to get the juice, man. The bad guy get a $4 million GoFundMe. But in that same situation with a bad guys getting $4 million, the good guy is in hiding. Can never get another job again. His family got to move houses because he getting death threats. And I'll give you an example. You know, we had a sergeant in the Breonna Taylor case where, you know, I really feel some type of way about the way they were treating sergeant Mattingly. And so my audience, we all put together a crowd fund, and we raised a bunch of money well over a $100,000. For sergeant matterley to support him, and of course I was able to present him to check. I think I did it live on the live stream. I forget how I presented the check to him, but I presented him a digital check. And it changed his life. And that's what we supposed to be doing for our officers. There was another officer in D.C., I can't tell you how he got the money, but we raised about $75,000 for him. So that he could fight against the police department that was trying to fire him because a black man made a comment and he's a black officer, made an ignorant comment, he responded back to the guy with logical common sense and Black Lives Matter didn't like it, so they tried to fire him. We supported him. So we do some things, but I think we can all do more. Say it again, we could all do more. And my pleasure to use today, if you have an opportunity, if you see a cop, way venom, tell them thank you for your service. You know, they're going to be very weird about buying them drinks, but if you want to bomb and I'm not talking about my alcohol, if you want to buy them a slushie or something at the grocery store, you know, he said, hey, the cop back there, I'll take care of him. You know,

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"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

13:53 min | Last month

"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

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Somebody spoke on the radio yesterday, our caller called in, and I can tell you he's an anti police. Probably drinking too much soy. And he had made the statement that taxi drivers as a profession is more dangerous than police. I mean, I texted a piece of delivery. It's more dangerous than police. I said taxi, excuse me. Pizza deliveries are more dangerous than police officers. Now, I think there's a lot of statistical data that make things very disingenuous. And any statistical data that you put out there it needs to be verified and it needs to be put within context. There's leftist lunatics in my opinion. Some of them are acting in good faith and they're still retarded. They come out and they say, women make 7 cents on a dollar to men. And they want you to literally have this image in your mind that if a woman becomes a police officer and a man becomes a police officer, she makes 7 cents on a dollar of the man's salary. Many that, if you look at the totality she make with 30% less than what a man makes. There ain't no job in the United States of America. They can look at you and discriminate against you based on pay. Discriminate against you regarding pay based on gender, race, sexual orientation or whether you're handicapped. It is against the law. So you go to a job, you ain't gonna see nobody paying a woman less than they pay a man. Generically generally speaking. Now here's the nuance that people don't like to talk about and I'll get to the police officers in the piece of drivers in a minute. The nuance that they don't want to talk about is that when you account for education, when you account for what actual job that they're working in, then that will show you improve to you that on average because of the choices and career fields that men participate in, the type of money that those career fields pay, the amount of hours that they were compared to women, then it comes out to that men are working and receiving wages 30% more than women. Let me give you a quick example. Who are employed as police officers more men or women? It's very clear. Men are far more representing a represented on the police department than women. How about teachers? What is the breakup or the demographic between teachers? Are there more men represented are there more women represented? Anybody with a brain stem understands there's a lot more women. And when I say great, I'm talking about grade school teachers, I'm going to turn my professors. There's a lot more women that are represented as teachers, a lot more men as police officers. All you got to do is look at the salaries. Do you think police officers make more money than teachers? And I'm saying a generic police department in the same jurisdiction is the same city as a generic school. It's clear that police make more than teachers. Men, a profession that men are involved in, make a lot more money than the professions that most women are involved in. I'm looking at the USA Today article and they're talking about the most dangerous jobs. I'm going to read a few of them to you and you tell me which one do you see heavily populated with women? Heating air conditioning and refrigerating. Painting construction maintenance. Industry machinery installation repair and maintain our maintenance. Electricians. Operating engineers, which is heavy machinery. Athletes coaches that could be a mix up. Telecommunication line installers, not telecommunications. See y'all almost got tricked. The line installers, the people that climb up on that road and put the cords in. First line supervisors of landscaping and lawn services. These are the most dangerous jobs. Texas drivers chauffeurs, most of them are men, maintenance, and repair workers, we can go down the list. Police sheriff, construction laborers, let's see who's the most dangerous. Farmers ranchers. One of them says drivers, sales workers, and truck drivers. Recycling, fishing, logging workers. So if you look at the most 25 most dangerous jobs, they're all done by men. And if you look at the salaries of these jobs, they're all extremely high paying salaries. Especially if you own some stuff in your work and you're doing a good job at putting out or at least you're working many hours. So when me and do these dangerous jobs that many people won't do, they pay well. If you look at the totality of what women are doing versus what men are doing, men are going to make more money because of the professions that they're in. And then we did not even talk about engineering and other fields that me and typically go into their women don't go into. It's a long explanation, but I want you guys to understand the perspective. You can use statistical data to present whatever story you want to present. The guy yesterday had made mention, I'm a further explain this conversation as I do more research. The guy made mention that a piece of driver is more dangerous or the profession of driving a piece is more dangerous than a police officer. Now, his statistical data that he showed, which is not consistent with everything I've read, but I'm a lament to what he said. That it was a per CAPiTA response of how many piece of drivers died versus police. And in his article that he said, and I'm gonna let him have it at good faith. I didn't read it, but I know that it's out there. That more pizza drivers died than police officers and this particular city back in 2015 or 16 when it was recorded. Now, just because you are not equipped, or you are not tactical or you're not in a position to defend yourself better than another particular profession, don't mean that one profession is dangerous more dangerous or less dangerous than the other. Anybody with a brain stem knows that policing is incredibly dangerous. One of the most dangerous jobs you can do, however, police are also well trained. You can name just put this in perspective. When you're delivering pizza, you're not delivering pizza to get involved in a domestic violence dispute. You're not delivering pizza to an active shooter. You're not delivering pizza to a rollover accident on a freeway with multiple fatalities. And if you are, then I would say that pizza delivery is the most dangerous job was more dangerous than policing. Police go to dangerous situations and they fare better. Meaning that we get trained to drive. So although we may drive in threatening conditions, we avoid accidents more than others because we're equipped and proficient in driving. Hold a farm, I'm gonna continue this after the break. My pillow is having their biggest sheet sale of the year, you all have helped build my pillow into the amazing company that it is today. Now Mike lindell, investor and CEO wants to give back exclusively to his listeners. The per kilo bedsheet sets is available in a variety of colors and sizes and they are all on sale. For example, the queen sizes are regularly priced at $89 and 98 cents, but now they're only $39 and 98 cents with our listeners promo code. Order now, because when they're gone, they're gone. The per kilo sheets are breathable and have a cool Chris feel. These come with a ten year warranty and also a 60 day money back guarantee. Don't miss out on this incredible offer. There are a limited supply, so make sure that you order now. Call one 809 7 6 8 three 7 9 use promo code Brandon or go to my pillow dot com, click on the radio listen to square and use promo code Brandon. This offer would not last long, so order now with promo code Brandon at my pillow dot com for your exclusive offer on the per KL sheet. Welcome back. Welcome back, ladies and gentlemen, it's Friday. Ain't got no job. It ain't got nothing to do. Some people may know that reference some people don't. Let me get if you want to call in a four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three. I'm going to try to pull up the call log so I can see who's calling in. I'm just going to go with Melanie in Oklahoma until I get this thing. Hey Melanie welcome to the upstate show. Hey, hello. I just want to say thank you so much for standing up. What is kind of common sense with police officers? Sorry, in the 80s, it's not that great, but what I've been seeing here for the last three, four years. I know that I think many people in America have seen a police officer have been getting drugs and to court, convicted, and everybody knows that they did nothing wrong, but I'm pretty sure sometimes they end up in prison and the public is not a big outcry, right? So, and then one time does he de police that that labor feels that I didn't act well without even knowing that something to condemn them again, it doesn't work like that in my mind. It's just, it's kind of insane and very sad and scared of how the people just hate so easy but I never would give a lot. I don't know, but I would never be that they were never Trump and fight for the police. You know what I'm saying? Yes, ma'am. Thank you. Thank you so much for that. Yeah, thank you. Thank you so much for the call. I agree that, you know, we have these issues, right? I mean, I think we get spoiled into believing the good guys don't need the love as much as the bad guys, right? You know, you get a family member, they go to prison, and it's not for everybody, but I'm just giving a scenario. Get a family member, they go to prison. They get out of prison, everybody's celebrating. And in some cases, they celebrate them more than they celebrate the family member they go on to college and do great things. Sometimes the kid that's doing great don't get as much attention as the kid that's dropping the ball. Right? How much attention do parents give to the kid that's acting up and acting bad and losing their job and still living at home and all this stuff they get way more attention than the kid that's going on with his life and doing and being successful. And I think that's the same thing with like policing. You know, it's weird that we take it for granted that these people are out here risking their lives. They're literally out here right now. And when you go to sleep tonight, there's people that are up at night, the whole night. While you dreaming about LeBron James and all these other people, you got police officers that are up all night because they choose to. You know, policing in America is not a draft. They don't force you to become a cop. You have to somehow voluntarily subject yourself to a particular environment to save absolute strangers. When I remember when I was on duty, I didn't know none of these people. I got to know a couple of people because they got arrested a couple times, but I didn't know these people. But yet I was willing to risk my life, my future, the future of my children, you know, to subject my family to an incredible loss, just to be there to protect people I didn't even know. And in some cases, people that hated me, people that say they hate police, they don't want you pigs in their community and at the drop of a dime, you're willing to subject yourself to instant death in order to save the life of a person who may go on and never be grateful for it. I know cops that are, I don't know him, I'm saying I know of cops. That are dead today, saving the life of a no good, dirty individual who's still ain't doing nothing with their life. That officer lost his life in a great future for a person that really ain't adding value to the world. This has happened multiple times. I think officers are underappreciated. So when you see an officer telling us to thank you for your service. That's it. You ain't got to do nothing else. Just say thank you for your service. You have

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The Disinformation on Gender Pay

The Officer Tatum Show

01:43 min | Last month

The Disinformation on Gender Pay

"Let's get back to the subject at hand. You know, someone spoke on the radio yesterday, I ain't gonna say this, y'all happy Friday, by the way. Somebody spoke on the radio yesterday, our caller called in, and I can tell you he's an anti police. Probably drinking too much soy. And he had made the statement that taxi drivers as a profession is more dangerous than police. I mean, I texted a piece of delivery. It's more dangerous than police. I said taxi, excuse me. Pizza deliveries are more dangerous than police officers. Now, I think there's a lot of statistical data that make things very disingenuous. And any statistical data that you put out there it needs to be verified and it needs to be put within context. There's leftist lunatics in my opinion. Some of them are acting in good faith and they're still retarded. They come out and they say, women make 7 cents on a dollar to men. And they want you to literally have this image in your mind that if a woman becomes a police officer and a man becomes a police officer, she makes 7 cents on a dollar of the man's salary. Many that, if you look at the totality she make with 30% less than what a man makes. There ain't no job in the United States of America. They can look at you and discriminate against you based on pay. Discriminate against you regarding pay based on gender, race, sexual orientation or whether you're handicapped. It is against the law. So you go to a job, you ain't gonna see nobody paying a woman less than they pay a man. Generically generally speaking.

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How We Take Policing for Granted

The Officer Tatum Show

01:09 min | Last month

How We Take Policing for Granted

"You know, we have these issues, right? I mean, I think we get spoiled into believing the good guys don't need the love as much as the bad guys, right? You know, you get a family member, they go to prison, and it's not for everybody, but I'm just giving a scenario. Get a family member, they go to prison. They get out of prison, everybody's celebrating. And in some cases, they celebrate them more than they celebrate the family member they go on to college and do great things. Sometimes the kid that's doing great don't get as much attention as the kid that's dropping the ball. Right? How much attention do parents give to the kid that's acting up and acting bad and losing their job and still living at home and all this stuff they get way more attention than the kid that's going on with his life and doing and being successful. And I think that's the same thing with like policing. You know, it's weird that we take it for granted that these people are out here risking their lives. They're literally out here right now. And when you go to sleep tonight, there's people that are up at night, the whole night. While you dreaming about LeBron James and all these other people, you got police officers that are up all night because they choose to.

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"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

03:11 min | Last month

"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"I think that's why they're trying to protect Ukraine so much from the Russians. Do you think mister Tatum that Joe Biden has a chance in the Democrats have a chance of reelection? I think that they're losing poorly badly. They're getting spanked. It sounds good, and this is something that I've learned over time is that when you hear everybody come out and say one particular thing, meaning the loudest voices, when you hear the loudest voices saying one thing, that's not necessary necessarily a reflection of what the sentiment really is. People jump on the bandwagon and they begin to say certain things. People jump on the bandwagon talking about LatinX. And using terms like transphobia, and a man can give birth. And the louder voices are echoing the sentiment of complete confusion. But the average person. Is appalled at the foolery of women testifying before Congress that can not explain what a woman is. People testifying before Congress become an activist on a world stage or at least the national stage, and they are telling you that men can give birth. And they are expressing or explaining these terms in which the average person have no idea what they're talking about. When you tell a person that live somewhere in a country in Georgia, somewhere in a rural area in Ohio, talk to them about non binary, they're going to, they may look at you and say, what are you talking about? None, what is a non binary? Most people in America are argue, probably without saying it publicly think or believe that the things that the Democrats are doing are out of control. They don't want no parts of transgender studies in the school and conversion, may not conversion therapy, but what do they call it puberty blockers? And all these other things. That as the Democrats continue to ramp up, more people are made aware and more people are turned off.

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The Loudest Voices Only Echo Confusion

The Officer Tatum Show

01:22 min | Last month

The Loudest Voices Only Echo Confusion

"It sounds good, and this is something that I've learned over time is that when you hear everybody come out and say one particular thing, meaning the loudest voices, when you hear the loudest voices saying one thing, that's not necessary necessarily a reflection of what the sentiment really is. People jump on the bandwagon and they begin to say certain things. People jump on the bandwagon talking about LatinX. And using terms like transphobia, and a man can give birth. And the louder voices are echoing the sentiment of complete confusion. But the average person. Is appalled at the foolery of women testifying before Congress that can not explain what a woman is. People testifying before Congress become an activist on a world stage or at least the national stage, and they are telling you that men can give birth. And they are expressing or explaining these terms in which the average person have no idea what they're talking about.

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"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

07:46 min | Last month

"robb elementary school" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"Tatum is a 7 year veteran of the Tucson police department. He's a YouTube sensation with 1.9 million subscribers. He started blessing with Candace Owens, and now he's tackling his biggest assignment yet. This is the officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen, gentlemen, ladies, welcome to the officer Tatum show. I have a question for you guys. Why are they not talking about Hunter Biden's laptop? Why are they not talking about the evidence? Of a president, his son, that is apparently picking up hookers and using illegal drugs and also in some of the images he's holding the firearm. I don't understand how some people get away with certain things and others are held to account. And I know every single person under the side of my voice has heard the trash that they talk or they spoke on the name of Don Junior and the mere perception that he was doing something nefarious with Russians, which an investigation yielded that he wasn't. But even the mere perception make the headlines, his son was a bad actor, working with Russia should go to prison. I mean, they went through the gamut of the things that Trump Junior should have been convicted of. They went after the lawyer of Donald Trump, whether he's a knucklehead or not, they still wouldn't have this lawyer. They wouldn't have to everybody that he was around. They indicted, I don't know how many people. Donald Trump was impeached twice on the mere perception that he was doing a quid pro quo. No evidence of a pre quid pro quo. No evidence at all. And I can show you right now evidence of Joe Biden explaining that he was a part of a quid pro quo. Literally saying if Ukraine didn't fire a particular prosecutor that he would withheld or he would have withheld, funding from Ukraine to the tunes of billions of dollars of loan guarantees. And he said, in a meeting in front of the world, what do you know? They fired the SOB and we gave him the long guarantees. How on God's green earth is that not a quid pro quo? Meaning that you've been paying to play. Meaning that we withhold money from you unless you do what we want and when you did what we wanted to do, we paid you the money. Now why would they why did they want to get rid of that particular prosecutor? You can say that it was coincidental because the prosecutor was corrupt. Or you can use the more logical approach and say they were investigating his son Hunter Biden. Because his 900 Biden was doing dirty deals and Ukraine, allegedly. And in order to protect his son, he got the person fired by leveraging the country with money. Clear, quit pro quo. Donald Trump did not conduct a perform, a quid pro quo with the Ukrainian president. Not only is there no evidence that Donald Trump did it, the Ukrainian president said that Donald Trump didn't offer him anything or that the phone conversation was without incident. And they still prosecuted him. We now ladies and gentlemen, have evidence of Hunter Biden's face. This is not photoshopped. It's food got videos. Man, I don't know of any criminal dumber than Hunter Biden, but bruh, you literally got a body worn camera on, recording all your crimes. And you don't just record the crimes, delete them. You leave the crimes in storage. Where if, why are you a dad is the president? At any point, this gets disclosed, you're going to subject your father, your family, your name, your, you know, everybody associated with, you're going to subject them to potentially a crime lawsuit or devolving reputation. I've seen a little 4chan, and I don't really understand 4chan. I don't know what fortune really is. But I don't know if it's like a search engine, it's like a dark web or something. I don't know what fortune is. I hear about it, but I don't know exactly what it does. But however, on this 4chan platform, I don't know if it's like, I can't think of the name of that. I can't think of a name. But anyway, 4chan has all of this information and people on 4chan, and I can not confirm it or not, if I saw this with my own eyes, that they were sharing phone numbers, pictures, text messages, including Hunter Biden and other family members, phone numbers of people who are in like the Secret Service, I mean, all of his contacts were exposed. All of his emails, every address that's in his phone was completely exposed and potentially delivered to a foreign government. That is a conflict of interest, ladies and gentlemen. Our president is, they were saying Trump had a bank in Russia and that he was his business dealers compromised him. They ended up finding no evidence of it. But Hunter Biden has clearly compromised his father. You mean, they got all kind of dirt. And I would argue that some people have dirt that they screwed and recorded so that they can have a leveraging in a bargaining tool against Joe Biden. Why is Joe Biden making a assertive effort conservative effort in order to give money to Ukraine? All you got to do is look at Hunter Biden's phone laptop and you'll see he got all kind of business dealers in Ukraine. And I'm pretty sure zelensky would tell Joe Biden, do you really want us to tell the world what your son has done in Ukraine? Do you really want us to tell the world or somehow somebody leaked the fact that your son was on the board of an energy company and he had no experience? Burisma? Is that what you won't Biden? Or do you want to throw us a couple $1 billion? Or do you want to continue to fund us in his war? Or here's another thing ladies and gentlemen that we have to consider as well. Just say that Russia does take over Ukraine. Now, you know, Biden ain't got nothing but negative things to say about Putin. I don't even think he's trying to be amicable with Putin. He's not even trying to make it make it seem like he's trying to be diplomatic. Right or wrong, that's the approach I think that Biden has taken. Now just say that Russia takes over the Ukraine and all of Ukrainian secrets and things that were pertaining to hunter and Joe gets exposed by the Russians. Because I don't know if you guys remember, are you old enough to remember that our country and Democrats blamed Russia and literally blamed them of interfering in our election and they had no evidence of it.

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Why Are the Media Not Talking About Hunter Biden?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:14 min | Last month

Why Are the Media Not Talking About Hunter Biden?

"I have a question for you guys. Why are they not talking about Hunter Biden's laptop? Why are they not talking about the evidence? Of a president, his son, that is apparently picking up hookers and using illegal drugs and also in some of the images he's holding the firearm. I don't understand how some people get away with certain things and others are held to account. And I know every single person under the side of my voice has heard the trash that they talk or they spoke on the name of Don Junior and the mere perception that he was doing something nefarious with Russians, which an investigation yielded that he wasn't. But even the mere perception make the headlines, his son was a bad actor, working with Russia should go to prison. I mean, they went through the gamut of the things that Trump Junior should have been convicted of.

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"robb elementary school" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | Last month

"robb elementary school" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With overnight roadwork continuing. More coming up in traffic first, Michael Barr, with more on what's going on in New York and around the world. Good morning, Michael. Good morning, Nathan. Rant is going up in New York City. Last night, the rent guidelines board voted to increase one year and two year leases. On a 5 four vote, the board decided to raise the rent for rent stabilized departments to 3.25% for one year leases. It will go up to 5% for two year leases. New York City mayor Eric Adams said the board's decision will be a burden to tenants at a difficult time. The mayor also acknowledged that small landlords are at risk of bankruptcy because of years of no increases at all. Katie Brett has won the Republican runoff against representative mo Brooks for retiring Alabama senator Richard Shelby seat. Britt Shelby's former chief of staff gained ground after Brooks lost Donald Trump's endorsement in March. Britt got 45% while Brooks received 29%. The head of the Texas Department of Public Safety is now calling the law enforcement response to the massacre at the rob elementary school and abject failure. Testifying at a Texas Senate hearing, colonel Steve mccraw says that there were enough police officers on hand that could have stopped the gunman quickly after he entered the building. Yet, police officers armed with rifles stood and waited in a school hallway for nearly an hour while the gunman carried out the massacre killing 19 elementary students and two teachers. In this situation. Is that plain and simple? Because of bad decision, a terrible decision. Terrible decisions were made by the on scene commander and should have never happened. Playing the simple. Colonel McGraw slayed out multiple times police failed to engage sooner, three minutes into the attack. A jury in California signed it with a woman who filed a sex abuse lawsuit against comedian Bill Cosby, jurors found Cosby sexually abused the then 16 year old girl at the Playboy mansion in 1975. The jury awarded Judy huth now 64 a half a $1 million. Gloria allred is one of how the saturnians. Today

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"robb elementary school" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | Last month

"robb elementary school" Discussed on KOMO

". Stay connected, stay informed. This is northwest news radio 1000 FM 97 7. The Texas director of public safety is condemning the police response to last month's uvalde school shooting massacre. Police jaffe asks ABC's Derek Dennis about what we learned from today's Senate hearing on school safety and police training. Public safety director Steven mccraw blasted the law enforcement response to Yuval. He's saying police commanders put the lives of officers before the lives of kids. The officers had weapons, the children had none. The officers had body armor, the children had none. The officers had training, the subject had none. Derek told us the compelling evidence that macross shared that pointed to police failure. You could hear the anger in his voice. I mean, he opened his remarks in this state Senate hearing. By pointing out that officers had a duty to go rushing towards the gunfire to go rushing towards the suspect, says it was a violation of the training that law enforcement across the country had undergone since Columbine to try and isolate the suspect immediately instead of across it, they sat outside the classroom for an hour outside the school building for an hour while the rampage was going on. And as we know, in the end, 19 children and two teachers were killed, three minutes after the subject under the west building, there was sufficient number of armed officers wearing body armor. To isolate the distract and neutralize the subject. He

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"robb elementary school" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

Woz Happening!!!!

05:26 min | 2 months ago

"robb elementary school" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

"Me a break. No one in America needs an AR-15. And I love when people go, oh, well, you know, it's video games. Stop it. It's not video games. Stop it. I played video games, okay? You don't see me. I played Zelda. You don't see me going out there with a sword, stabbing people. Yeah, like, oh yeah, I play Horizon Zero Dawn. Let me just bow and arrow you to give me a frigging break. It's not video games. No, it's not. It's psychological problems. It's societal problems. And that's the stuff we need to focus on. And we can fix it. If we actually had a government in place that cared about its people and not lining its pocket and that is what comes to light when these shootings happen, we find out how much money these senators make from the NRA and that's why they protect them. That's why we're not going to have and it's bullshit that that's what it comes down. A 100%. And I would just like to say, you know, I appreciate everybody that likes our podcast. And listens to us. And we try to avoid these things. We try to stay away from that. Me, myself, I try not to be a negative person. If you look at my tiktoks, I do like stuff with children. I do, was that positive puppy, and I do this really silly stuff. And a lot of you don't like it. And I really don't care. It's not for you. It's for the children. And then this is the point. I wanted to do positive things for the children. And this right here just makes me feel awful, because this is stuff I'm trying to get them not to think about. Right. And then how can you say like, oh, this generation is so apathetic and nihilistic. Yeah, 'cause they see their friends get killed. What happened in Parkland? Like, out in Florida, like these kids were like, I'm sick of watching my friends die. Like, it's insane. If you actually cared about the children and actually cared about the American people, you would have stricter gun laws and you would take funding out of the police and put it into schools and into free healthcare and into affordable housing and into things that actually improve the quality of life and make people happy. Yes, a 100%. And like I said, the guns that you guys are producing, like the AR-15s and everything. People aren't hunting dinosaurs. They're hunting deer. I mean, most in America are hunting gear a bear or something like that. You don't need something that's going to take down Godzilla. We're not out here fighting wars. You don't need an AR 50. Why does any civilian need a semi-automatic weapon? You absolutely don't. In any form. You don't. And you're just actually given people ideas. You're giving them freedom and ideas to what? Kill others, that's the American legacy you want to have. Freedom and guns, that's bullshit. Yeah, a 100% is. How are these people getting better guns than the police? How? You know, I mean, the police don't, the police don't have a off. I mean, most of them have, I think it's a shotgun in the front and a pistol on the side. I mean, I don't think the cops should yeah. I mean, how are they going to fight that even if they can they fight that? I mean, how do you know that's why they all head and more kids die? They didn't even try to risk their lives. Aren't you supposed to put your lives on the line every day? Yeah, and a bunch of border patrol people rush there to help. No, they didn't rush there the help. They rushed there because they were checking IDs for parents and detaining them if they could. Oh, that's ridiculous. It's the one that they know. It's fucking insane. It's embarrassing and disgusting. You're going to use this tragedy as a sting operation. Give me a fucking break. We need to defund people like this and programs like this because they help no one but themselves. Yeah, I heard people like some people on the Internet were making stupid ass comments. Like, oh, well, it doesn't really matter because most of those kids were Mexican. You know, you scumbags. Okay, great. You're a racist piece of shit. You're a scumbag. I mean, these were children. Innocent children. And it doesn't matter what color any child or any person is that dies. It's a matter of fact. We're all human beings. We're human beings. I mean, when men with women where whatever you want to call yourself these days, with the fact of the matter is, we're live, we're breathing. We have conscious. We have families. We have love in our hearts with other people. And when you say stuff like that, you make me sick. Yeah, I mean, maybe in that exception, I would take an AR-15 and shoot that person in the head. Because I don't care about opinions like that. No, and it's sad that you see people pushing that shit on social media. You know what? If that was your family member, your ass wouldn't be saying that. Yeah. And also good to know that you have no compassion and your racist. And I can't have a conversation with someone like that because they're so dumb that nothing you say will make sense. Nope. You can throw any fact of life at them, and they would be like, no, you're wrong. Yeah, it's just ridiculous. Well, I just wanted to say thank you all for listening to us. And it's great to have Kira back and she was missed last week with Gloria Haas in anything else you want to add. Yeah, well, so happy to be back. Sorry for getting heated. This is something that I think is super important. And I think it gets trivialized a lot because it's a hot button issue. So people can trivialize it and make it something different. But the issue is that we need to protect the American people if we actually care about them. And we need to restructure the government. Okay, that's all I'm going to say, but I love being back. I'm so happy to be back. We have some really fun guests on the horizon. Hopefully, I mean, hopefully we can have some lighter content soon, but today was today our hearts go out to all the parents and all the families and all the siblings who lost. Yes, a 100%. And my thoughts and prayers are with you all. And I'm so sorry for your loss. And I hope I hope in my heart that something can be done about this because we really defund the police and get a stricter gun laws. That's what can be done. It's not that hard. We.

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07:55 min | 2 months ago

"robb elementary school" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

"Expenses we pay. I just had to take an ambulance ride. And I had a heart attack. And I actually had sent me a bill for $2000 for a ten second ambulance ride. That's bullshit. And, you know, and then they're like saying, oh, well, we're going to take you to court because it's an independent company. The ambulance company is not part of the hospital. And I'm like, what the hell is this? I'm like, why do we even have aimlessness? People refuse ambulances because they don't want to get into an ambulance because they know they will be raped by the prices. The prices are insane. And it is because they're privatizing medicine. And if you think about all this stuff actively goes against the constitution, if we can actually believe this old piece of paper matters for anything. And that's bullshit. I'm sorry that you had to do that. Because it's all a scam, they're just trying to take your money and it's not helping anybody. Yeah, it's awful. I was just watching TV before you came. And they were saying how when this shooting happened, parents were literally rushing through the street running, not using running to get to the school to get to their children. I mean, that's how bad this was. It's always bad. It's never good. We've seen this for years. We've seen this. It's never changed. It's always the same thing and then nothing happens. Everyone is crying out for stricter gun laws. Everyone is like protect our children protect us. Give us stricter gun laws. Give us mandatory background check. Give us mandatory license. Give us mandatory training. Make it so it's safe to have a gun if that's what you desire. You can go to a shooting range and shoot again. That's fine. You should know how to shoot again if something happens. You don't need to open carry a fucking AR-15 down the sidewalk. That's bullshit. Yeah, a 100%. And another thing is, why is your children? Why are your children sitting here knowing where your key to this gun safe is or the combination? Why is your child knowing this stuff? And it's just insane. And it also, to me, just shows the hypocrisy of America because you got kids like Trayvon Martin, who get shot for wearing a hoodie and having a candy bar and they're thinking that it's a gun and they're shot dead. So again, we got cops killing kids, or you can be white with an AR-15 and kill 21 people in a school. Yeah, it's just ridiculous. And it's not getting any better. It's getting worse and worse. Like I was looking at the shootings and just in May, this is only part of me I'm going to read. Texas, Ohio, South Carolina, Indiana, Washington, Florida, California, and Louisiana. That's only until May 20th. That is only a few days gone. So that's only part of the month. There's way more. There was how many shootings in 2022? In 2022, alone, 27. But in all of 2020, and all of 22. So there were 20 7 mass shootings in 2022. That just happened at the schools. There were 212 mass shootings that happened nationally. That includes the supermarkets, the concerts, at churches, churches get shot up all the time. There have been almost more shootings than there have been days of the year. That is ridiculous in America. That's ridiculous. You know, they were showing that statistically children are dying from guns more since 2020 than a car accident. Yeah, that makes sense. And that is ridiculous. It's ridiculous. I mean, I don't understand in my heart. How we as a society can look and say, okay, it happened. Let's move on. We can't move on. We can't move on. We can't move on though before. Oh, we've done it numerous times, because we brush it under the rug. And like I said, we'll come back with a TV special about the shooter, why he did what he did, why he didn't, you know, he has no name me someone that was killed in the Boston Marathon. I can't. Yeah, but you can probably name the guys who did it. No, I can't. No, you can't, but most people can. And that's what I'm saying. We forget the victims. And we shouldn't forget. We brush them aside 'cause we want to focus on The Killers, you know? Like gacy and dama, and you know, all these people that we know by heart, but who are their victims. Exactly. And I think that really touches on a lot of things that are happening right now with the phenomenon of true crime and solving these murders and when things like this started in the popularity of it rose, it really was in dissecting the psyche of these people and why people do what they do because that's we're always curious. And I think within that, the victims got lost. Yes. 100%. And you're right. It's unfair because the people that do this should not be famous. The people that should be remembered are the victims, the lives that were taken. I mean, beautiful young lives. I mean, everyone wants to scream about protect the children protect the children. Okay, protect the children. Give us stricter guns. Yeah, it is ridiculous. And you know, you kind of want to look at this and go, okay, as an American society, the president knows about this. All these governors know about this, what you're going to do. Pass the laws. They're not going to because we've already established earlier that they get money. They're in the pockets of the NRA. We're essentially privatizing government, which is illegal if we ever go back to this constitution that we listen to. But it's just so frustrating because we'll sit here and we'll say this is what needs to happen. We know what needs to happen. People know it needs to be happen 90% of Americans want this. It's true. And this really nothing you can say that can make you feel better about this. In any way, shape or form. Even if they do come up with reforms, it would be too late. What about these people that died? Hundreds of children. Hundreds of children. Lives lost. These are innocent lives lost that never got to experience life. They were kindergarteners, kindergarten. Kindergartners, you know what? They were thinking about this is what they were thinking about. After school, I'm going to go play with my friend, or I'm going to go watch a cartoon. And I'm going to go watch this. They weren't thinking of anything but having fun enjoying life. And you know what happened? Their lives ended. Exactly. And that's the sad part about it. And we shouldn't put it on the kids like, oh, we got to do more shooter drills and oh, we need bulletproof backpacks and they need to learn how to protect themselves. No. They are children. They shouldn't have to be thinking about how having to protect themselves. This isn't we're not like a war torn country. I mean, apparently we are since we have terrorist shootings every day, but yeah, I agree. I mean, I was actually preparing to do this podcast about under the rainbow. Yeah. And it didn't feel right. And then I just sat back after I turned on the television, and I was like, what? I mean, I mean, how can I come on this podcast and talk about something? A movie that was supposed to be comical and stuff. And talk about that. No one in my heart that I feel terrible because an innocent child is gone. I couldn't do it. Yeah, it just didn't make sense. And it's so heartbreaking because we're so used to it. I think that's the worst part, is how desensitized we are. And it makes me mad when I hear people going, you know, it's the end of times and listen, stop, just stop, stop, stop doing that, right? Because all you're doing is making an excuse of why things are happening. That's it. You're making this. You mind, you're like, oh, well, this is the Bible that stop it. Stop it. All that stuff stop, right? Look at what's going on. It's people. It's people that are doing this. And it's terrible when people make it something else. Like people turn this into child abortion and pro life and pro choice. Stop it. It just happened, not even days ago, and you're turning it into something that it's not. This is about these poor kids losing their lives. It is. It is that, but it's also so much more because something like this could have been stopped. A 100%, a 100%. It's so much more because this isn't the first. It's a pattern. Padded violence. And only we can stop, you know? With everything that's going on in the world, we don't need anything else. And we can stop it by getting the laws in place by getting the funding to the appropriate places to help these kids. Yes, a 100%. And get AI 15s off the streets, man. Stop thinking you need an AR-15. I promise you you don't. Yeah. I mean, like I said, Bambi is not going to survive an AR-15 shot. You don't need that. You don't need that. That's overkill. It just doesn't even make sense. You're so threatened in your quiet life that you need a fucking AR. Give me a break. Give.

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"robb elementary school" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

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07:45 min | 2 months ago

"robb elementary school" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

"Money and children are dying. This is what it comes down. Yeah, and it's ridiculous. Like, they're going to make a special about this. They're going to go, oh, this is a school special. And basically talk about why this kid did, we did, I don't care why he did what he did. I don't care, no excuses. He did what he did. Talk about the children that died. Talk about the promising futures they had. Show that on television, not this crappy I don't know why he did this. Who cares? Let's talk about the kids that died. Exactly. No one cares about shooters and we glorify. I will say if they're going to push this mentally ill, mentally ill, this, that. Okay, so put funding into programs to help people. Make healthcare more accessible so that people can actually see therapists and get treatment for their mental illness. It's not some buck that you can pass. You have the power to change it. Yeah, and we all have the power to change. And we all have the power to make changes. That's what's great about America. The founding file has made this country in a way that we, the people can form our government. If we don't want this to happen, we don't have to have this happen. I mean, we can stand up against these politicians saying, okay, well, I'm getting money, so I'm just going to let these people do what they want. No, we have the right as Americans to stop. We do, but as we see, we're told to vote constantly and do all these things. And I feel like so many Americans are doing the right things, but we're not seeing changes. It's like, at some point, there's still delaying, and we need a full, we need a full restructure of the American government and what we consider American society. We can't have, I mean, the constitution. Why are people defending this Second Amendment? It's the right to bear arms. This was written 200 years ago, okay? The rules don't apply. The rules are different now. The world has changed. We can't be basing our system off of a document written 200 years ago. That's insane. It doesn't make sense. The world is different. Yeah, a 100%. And I love when people say, you know, violate my rights. They don't even know what their rights are. None of the people, most of you have not picked up the constitution and read it verbatim to know what your rights are. You just hear stuff and you go, that's my right. You don't know your rights and don't pretend you do. Exactly. Why do you need a right to have an open carry gun? This isn't in 200 years ago when the world was founded. We don't need guns. I don't know. We never needed open carry guns. This was so that the militia of the U.S. Constitution could have guns so that they could create little pockets or the revolution. That's what that meant. I could not think of that word. And so yeah, so yes, guns are fine, but why are we holding onto this as like the most American thing? It's like America guns. Like literally as a joke, that's what people say, like, why are we holding on to this? Why do we need this one thing? Yeah, we don't. What we need is bedroom education systems. We need to clear up the streets and the drugs. We need to do stuff that will help our children grow into positive, productive members of society. So that is and where do we get that money from defunding the police? Put it into community programs, put it back into schools, put it into after school programs, put it into public healthcare, put into free housing, put it into better food. People need these things to survive. And when people feel like they're surviving and not constantly struggling, that's when they'll thrive and they'll do their best. Oh, a 100%. And we have all this money going into the military also. We don't need any more nuclear bombs. We just don't. We can blow up the world a hundred times over. We don't need it. We need to look inside ourselves. American needs to look inside ourselves. We're promoting racism. There's more violence. We're not even really loving each other like we used to. I can tell you the truth. I don't know my neighbors before I knew every neighbor I had. I had come out. I knew my neighbor. I knew what they did, and they were friends with my family. I don't know anybody now. And I choose to because I don't trust anybody. Trust is gone from America. And I think that's so true. And it is gone, but it's just because I think within everything that we're seeing, we're seeing our rights get stripped away before us. We're seeing people die constantly. We're seeing children dead in the streets from shooting. We're seeing our government do nothing but make millions off of it and it's really dystopian and I think it's really hard to comprehend sometimes and obviously okay, so you and I are from two different generations. But I grew up just knowing not like just knowing violence, obviously that's dramatic. I come from a very loving family. That's not what I'm saying. But it's all violent. 9 11, Colin butt, sandy hook. Like these are just these are just memories that I have. This is recessions. This is just memories that I have core memories that shape man. It's like, oh, violence on TV violence and video. No. Violence from people that were allowing happen because we're not passing the laws and we're not putting funding into programs that actually matter. Yeah, a 100%. And you know, the schools you just mentioned, like the shooters showed signs that they had a mental illness. They were going to do something violent and no one did anything. The parents, they ignored it. The schools they ignored it. And then look what happened. They came in, they killed their fellow students. They killed children. I mean, when does it stop? Why don't we look at a kid and say, all right, this kid seriously has issues. And he needs attention. And so they're just pushing them to push them through the school system or ignoring the whole situation. Exactly. We need to increase. And if we have more funding in these schools, then we can help get better programs and to help these kids, you know, open up those lines of communication, but also we need cops to take these things seriously. There was a shooter and I'm going to forget because there are so many. And it happened a while ago. And his mom literally called the cops, she was like, I found these plants. He's going to do this. You have to stop him, and they blew her off. They were like, no, there's no real threat. Kids are kids. And we have this mentality of like, oh, nothing's really serious. Kids are kids. They're going to think of these things. If you're seeing these violent tendencies, you have to protect the child and the community around them. Because we've seen if someone gets a gun, they think it's fine. Yeah. That's ridiculous. And like you were saying. The Columbine students made a video. And people saw the video and they were like, oh, it's okay. It wasn't okay. Wasn't okay. That's not okay. Listen, signs are there. If little Johnny's in the backyard stabbing a doll with a knife, little Johnny has some serious psychological issues. I know you love little Johnny, but to love Louis Johnny means get little Johnny help. Yeah, like it's just, it's really heartbreaking, but then it comes down to things like, okay, if we're looking at lower income families or lower income areas, I don't know anything about the shooter. I'm actively trying not to learn about them because I just want to focus on the kids. But if we look at things like this, okay, so if we're a child again to therapy, first a child again to help, we have to have better universal healthcare that provides these. We have families that work so long and so hard. Health insurance sometimes is up to $1800, and that doesn't even cover what you need. We need better health universal healthcare to actually combat these issues. If we're going to say, okay, we're not going to have stricter gun laws. It's all mental illness. Okay, so put the funding into universal and better free healthcare so that these children and these people can get help. Like you can't just be like, oh, it's not guns. It's mental illness. My hands are tied. That's bullshit. That's great. That's not wanting to actually deal with the problem. And the bottom line of that is, honestly, the money is root of all evil. Because the root of volleyball because people are not going to do that. The people that have the medical corporations that they're being funded, they're not going to do that because they're going to lose millions of dollars. So they're like, no, we're not going to do that. The government's going to lose money. Insurance companies are going to lose money. That's why it's not happening. But at the same on the other end of that token, they're in the Supreme Court trying to overturn roe versus wade, which is healthcare. And so you're going to force people to have babies. And then give them no support once the babies are born, but guns are put guns. We got to keep those because we have to protect ourselves. From what our government is the thing that's killing us. Yeah, it's ridiculous, because other countries with the healthcare, they don't have the.

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"robb elementary school" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

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08:06 min | 2 months ago

"robb elementary school" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

"Was happening world I'm your host The Wizard of Oz Benji Wozniak. And this week, here is back from her little sickness, I'm very happy because I just last week when I did the interview with Gloria Haas. You did such a great job though. Interview went well, loved it. She was very cool and interesting. We'd be curious to hear if any of you guys have gone out and read the book. That would be cool. Absolutely. It was a good conversation. We had a great time. She just asked to come back on, but we booked up. So we can't do that. And this week, we actually were going to do a movie, but due to the recent events that just happened, we're not going to. So I'm going to speak. Right. So I know we have listeners all over the world, Ben and I do record in America specifically New England. So this is a tragedy that has happened, but it is not a shocking one, because here in America, we're used to it. And I think that is one of the most heartbreaking bits of what's happening. Oh, a 100%. And it's saddens me that we brag about how we do not let terrorism in this country. We don't get terrorist attacks. But actually our own people are our terrorists. Yeah, we have more homegrown terrorists than anything here. If we look at the shooting that happened just ten days ago at the tops market supermarket in New York, that's a terrorist attack. This is a terrorist attack. Every mass shooting is a terrorist. A 100%. And it's just getting worse and worse. My granddaughter, I just found out I'm clueless. I'm oblivious to a lot of things. But they go through school shoot active school shootings. And she's only, she's 8 years old. She's and this brings up a point that I was going to bring up, but we'll talk about now. Remember when the insurrection happened, staffers, government officials and staffers were looking to their younger interns and members on how to perform active shooter drills because these kids would have grown up doing them in school. And so they coached their bosses, which I think is so fucked up because how are we going to in our schools in America? We're going to brag that we're this great country where we're the only country doing active shooter drills for 8 year olds until they're in high school throughout high school. How are bulletproof backpacks supposed to keep them safe? It's not. And this is the thing, like when I was growing up, I talk about it sometimes about how they used to say, you know, get under the desk because the bombs are going to come, you know, from Russia. But that was a threat that could happen. This is something that is happening on a daily. This is actively happening. In 2020 alone, there have been 27 school shootings. That's ridiculous. Absolutely. In this one year, that's insane. And you can't, and it's just, it's greed. This is what comes down to its grid. This into this leader. But the reason why they won't pass these stricter laws. 90% of Americans want background checks. And gun licensing. People want this. It's not, it's not uncommon. Yeah, people are like, oh, they're going to take a no, we're trying to make it so people who want guns and practice gun safety and do guns properly can get them. No one needs a fucking AR-15. I'm sorry. You don't. No, no, that's just overkill. That's just ridiculous. The deer is not going to survive a gunshot. Like what? Maybe you want like one handgun. Okay, cool. Have that but go get a background check. Get the proper license. It go through gun safety training. In Texas last year, they passed a law saying that if you're over 21 years old, you can legally carry a gun without licensing or train. It's like you're asking for this shit to happen. Yeah, it's ridiculous. I just saw that the governor of Texas and Donald Trump were going to speak on behalf of guns. Yeah. That's being held in Texas. Yeah, and now they're not, I guess. And they shouldn't. You shouldn't. Because that's ridiculous. Especially Texas, Texas has the worst luck when it comes to the shootings. It's because they have the most lenient gun laws. Because their senators promote. Okay, so we can get Ted Cruz has received $360,000 from the NRA in payouts. That's why we don't have stricter laws. Because these senators are getting paid Mitt Romney $12 million. Joni Ernest $3 million. This is fucking insane. Yeah, that's ridiculous. You're basically paying them to let you kill exactly. And then they want to try and cancel abortion and scream that they care about children and the rights of children and protecting the children. No, you obviously fucking don't. Yeah, I mean, what you're saying is, all right, they can't be medically okay to do this. But it's okay to have someone come in with a gun and kill these kids. Here's the thing. They're making it so, oh, they're going to force people to give birth to children, and then not protect those children once they're here. They're not affordable housing, affordable healthcare, formula is actually being restricted right now. There's a minimum formula going around. And then you're not going to restrict gun laws. So now schools are just as unsafe as going to, where was the lash shoot, a supermarket, a concert. This is insane. You're forcing people to have kids and then giving and doing nothing to protect these kids. Yeah, and this is not a recent thing. School shootings have happened since the 1700s. In 1767, July 26th, Pontiac rebellion's school massacre for the nape American Indians entered the school near present day green castle, Pennsylvania and killed and shot the school mask to intense students. So this is not something new people. This has been going on in America. It has been, but not as accessibly. It doesn't have to be this easy. Yeah, and it is very easy. I mean, I know they're saying we're trying to implement better things for schools. Metal detectors. And but that doesn't help the kids. It doesn't. No, helping the kids would be restricting gun laws. Pat making sure people get our license background check, train, proper. Have a limit on what people can buy. No one needs an AR-15 in America. I'm sorry. No, and it's ridiculous that you think a bulletproof backpack is going to save a child's life. Okay, concussion. The concussion of the bullet hitting that little kid is going to shatter almost every bone in his body. Her body. And having these cops hide behind their cars because they thought that the student was in body armor, and then this teacher wrist sacrificed herself to save as many kids as she could. These cops, what are cops good for? Tell me, I don't know. Yeah, and it's ridiculous that people argue with the fact about teachers pay. Okay, these teachers, when you left your kid at the school, they're protectors, the educators, and their sacrifices. Some of these teachers are second parents to these students. A 100%. You should be, we should be defunding the police and putting more money into schools. More money into after school programs. More money into the community, more money to public housing, free housing, better government programs. This is what we need to protect our children and to move our society forward, not fucking cops. No. The inner city education system is a freaking joke. I mean, they passed these kids through school and half of them don't have education. They just don't want them in their classes. Or they teach them like basketball and football and they say, okay, you're educated. No, they're not. They can play a sport and you guys want to promote that sport. So you push these kids through school. And then they get out and they are useless after sports. It just shows that within America within all the systems that are in place. They are all capitalistic. We just push things that we can make money off of, things that we can control. And we see that through the school system through these kids playing sports and just like getting salt. I mean, but then some of them do get educations. But it's not on. We shouldn't be putting this burden on our children. We should be putting the burden on the government and the lawmakers to make these laws to make us safer. Oh, a 100%. And no, it's funny. You don't see other countries having this problem. You really don't. You don't see a lot of countries like Ireland who has problems and other countries, no school shooters. They're not running into schools shooting kids. No. 26, 26 years ago in dunblane, Scotland. There was a man who there was a school shooting, a man who shot 16 kids in a teacher and the national UK government response, stricter gun laws. They also made shootings they've had since then, zero. None. Yeah, that's ridiculous. In America, we're just like, here, here's the keys to the guns. Just go execute all these children. And that's basically how I feel right. That's what they're doing in America. They're like, oh, here are my thoughts and prayers. Meanwhile, they're getting money from the NRA to keep these laws open so people are getting these guns because everyone's making.

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