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Ep 208 | Cosmopolitan: 'I WANT an Angry Woman as My President!' | The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

40:11 min | 11 months ago

Ep 208 | Cosmopolitan: 'I WANT an Angry Woman as My President!' | The Chad Prather Show

"Hey guys parts have mom welcome to another episode of the Chad Parade through show here in the mother ship which is studio twenty two being driven today by chance. The Solis Ginger Rapper. The put mark is still on vacation in parts unknown. We don't know so we're trusting chance and his little leprechaun soul absolute soul. I should say to drive us into our nether regions today. candies are the queen of the This actually the second. Take for this intro. I'm not GonNa say the things that I said to you in the in the parts that I messed me up on purpose is what I think she did. Just so we don't have to air that I mean you'll never know you are a lovely human being canvas. I just want you to know that now. What we discussed is that you moved. Yes like recently like nine ten months ago. Yeah it's fairly recent. I'm still unpacking things but I think once I hit that year mark I'll be settled. I did not know you moved your closer to the studio. Yeah you get in here. How early in the morning so I get here at like seven thirty eight o'clock which is late? Yeah compared to what you used to do. That has been back great. Yes exactly I used to come in at four thirty. So extra time yeah. I'm like rolling on like five six hours of sleep each night. It's good. Oh my gosh. Let me tell you something. I look so forward to coming into the studio every day. Like Cake Castrol. Makeup girl my makeup girl notch all my makeup girl. She said that you rule my life and she's not very far from the truth. Well you're welcome that I saved you from the world of Pat Gray. Hey let's sell something you know what I like. I like making money too. I like superfoods till I really do. Because I'm a bad eater so the superfoods thing kind of helps me out. And according to Yahoo Finance the global superfood market is going to grow by two hundred million dollars from two thousand nine hundred. Eighty two thousand twenty. Three and experts agree. 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Brickhousechad DOT US Africa chat. We'll be right back Okay we'RE BACK PARTY FAUSTINE HANGING OUT ALL ALONE PARTY. Foul bubby ran. Everybody all have no friends today. Look at conservative review. Is that just conservative? You even exist anymore. I don't know there's a box full of free shit I like. Look how many Steve Day shirts there are. Steve I gotTA give it to Steve Day. Says he's got a. He's got a big Fan following. He's got a lot of people who loved them. Some Steve Days you know. It's a cute logo. His a cute logo. Sara Sara Gonzalez host of the news and why it matters and Youtube. 's Sarah Gonzales unfiltered sitting in the hot seat. Nsa Hot I mean the seat. The state days has been like what's his book truth bomb. Yes it's a good book. I never remember the titles of books like whatever we have authors that come on the show. Do you have that problem? We hear on the news. And why because you have a lot of authors on Do you ever have a problem remembering the name of their books. I know it but it's such an important thing. I'm afraid I'm going to say it wrong. Well that and whatever their titles like. I'm always afraid that I'm not going to remember there. S me you're like what what. What do I call Peter? Hesam because I call him. He's an author as a rider or Hassan. Us and he's he's not Islamic he's white. He's wider than chance at all right. Well he's like until until I met chance I didn't know translucent color it's like you're coast chats. It's amazing chances. Look what he looks like a lumberjack. He's the back he's like. Clean the bathroom and second to add. Sharon is that what you your big Ed. Sheeran love at Sharon. Oh and you have like things hanging on your wall like Ed. Sheeran stuff on your wall in your dressing room. Have A TATTOO I get. A game of thrones matching with my husband. Shut up yeah wait you talk your husband into Sharon to what level. Oh Oh my God what level of Jasbir you operating under your home. I'm yours throw freeing now anything. Where is it located right here? Okay where's his located same place controvery hoop spot keep. Did he knows Sarah Steve. Do you believe anything I have to have him. I WANNA know if Steve Day. Hesitate to Steve Days like I want to get one of these shirts for. They were all on African kids. You know just kind of like the Super Bowl shirts for the loser like somewhere out there. There's there's there's a Dallas Cowboys Gone San Francisco Forty niners super bowl shirt a super bowl champs and Steve Day now I love Steve Stays good smart guys Super Smart Guy. I can't even talk to him. Can't even talk to you. Well it is because he won't talk to me that's pretty much it is What do you mean you made your husband get a tattoo on his side make him do anything tattoo of it's so I'm about. I'm about a freak or she's GonNa tell me there's no right answer to this candace there is no had anything them what do you mean? You have a matching tattoo with your wife. Yeah we have a Celtic Infinity. Symbol on the back of our new. I landed on campus when I say when I say hanging on driving US flying into the nether regions. This is what I'm talking about. This is what I'm talking about Kansas when I say the mothership studio twenty two going into the Nether regions. This is the random crap. I'm talking about it. Doesn't make any sense to me. Quick Clarification Steve said Celtic is Celtic or Celtic and the Celtics thought I literally when he said that I saw Kansas is lighter from across the room and I knew what you were gonNA say. We got a Celtic permanent scar on her body's basketball. Permanent scarring. It's Golic. Celtic are selecting. Well we're talking chances language with the with the whole Irish leprechaun thing like Celtic Celtic. Yeah little heavy. Do you have a four leaf? Clover tattooed on your body is not even Irish. You don't leave. Irish are not redheads. That's a false. Are you not Irish chance now? Scottish this is for audio you have to go to wiggle your ass. No I'm working on pushing buttons here directing up twenty three and me kit for chance. Were you swab your mouth for me? Yeah okay that's what we're going to do. I'm going to order a twenty three and make it. We're going to swab. I know I can't keep waiting on a sponsorship twenty-three in May but they don't WanNa do it. Have you done that? You've done DNA database with Mexican. Support me even though you don't WanNa do it. There's already like a thousand people in the database that have your DNA so they at this point. It doesn't even matter if you like willingly do it or not because if you had a cousin who participated in it. You're done so it's going to be the one to bring me down. We all knew way to Jane. The Steve Day shirts these are fans. Just talk about those like five minutes ago but dad but can you talk about it enough. Sti The Steve. Day shirts are fantastic. You can get at shop DOT BLAZE MEDIA DOT COM TV. Show on the blaze. He does the. It's called the Steve Day show. That's the name of it. I was told earlier. I need to learn more people. That are on the blaze. I I think you're also told earlier. Not Talk as much. Probably excuse me what I'm told. He's got a Celtic all right. Let's go back to your tattoo. What is it I mean What every night. I'm Sarah Hello Nice to meet you all the same color so I don't know what well so. His albums are all like math. Divide multiply and plus and it's just the math. The math symbols like a plus on like divide a divide symbol plus. You don't WanNa be divided them. You should have him come in he he needs to. He'll come in flashier. No I can't I can't do that. People all over the cyberworld just went nuts. You welcome Pluto. Tv Hey. Black women led the way to trump's impeachment. I don't know if y'all know that or not we. We have a series of op-eds Are you trying to say Nancy? Pelosi's Black Yankees Yacky pay. He so I'll never forget the day I made. Perhaps what is arguably the most important discovery my personal Trumpian era case. Jesus Christ's Had a guy the other day he goes you claim to be Christian which are always taking God's name and Fain shut the what okay I people sometimes. Sometimes enough bomb is warranted. You know it was November twenty fourth two thousand nineteen the Day House Speaker near Cape Fear. He ordered a formal impeachment inquiry into president in my House Judiciary Dispute Donald J trump. He's still your President Bitch and on that day in a I mean that's what it says. In her op-ed its imprints is in my house. Issue SKILL. Under debate in well they spent. They've spent so much time trying to impeach him that they don't even have a candidate that's a viable candidate can sorry on that day. In the haze of anticipatory twitter maims and excited group chat gifts. I discovered that spelling out. I m. p. e. a. c. h. e. M. E. N. T. The impeachment perfectly fit into them. Little Webby we're talking about little webby. The rap rapper it. It fit perfectly into the melody of Hood Prophet Low Webbie's classic wrap and the Independent. Well I'm done. I like there it is. I don't even understand why does less like right. Like the duly elected sitting president the leader of the Free World. Your House is is being debated as to whether or not he's the president but you're going to reference the profit little webby. Oh my God Bercy Fan. Teach him if he was not in fact. Are you going to do exactly if it's still under debate? Still debating it in your house but you want to impeach him. I spent the day happily singing the tune around my house in the key of democratic colleagues on. Maxine waters the esteem. Aunty that's what they're calling her. Auntie Auntie maxine Monte maxine not aunt maxine you ever notice that Auntie Auntie auntie absolutely not aunt yeah. Snow says aunt. And I'm like why are you saying like that? Its aunt stews whiter than both like. Where did you get aunt? No here's proper you should watch do does America on blaze. Tv Disease Drinking Game. You'd never get drunk 'cause he never I on. Doesn't y'all been together the esteem. Auntie because I know this I read the way she wrote it. Her name is Ray Dean. Jesus she was one of the earliest and most vocal critics of trump calling for his without apology. She demanded along with millions of Americans at seventy three year. Old Man finally won't be held accountable for his actions. What actions what actions economy? What I- unemployment numbers. Not Being appreciative for those high good. What are the actions? Well I heard last night. I still heard the the Russian Russian collusion thing Chrysler tired I think about is. It doesn't really matter because he was acquitted of in. So he's not impeach straight so got new song coming out called. Still your president. You'll love it I mean that's my thing is is he conspired with Ukraine conspires. I mean seriously. Put that in perspective who conspires with Ukraine and the Ukraine is a corruption that it has a semblance of a government. It's not a corrupt government corruption. Who Conspires with them? As the Obama Administration apparently ogre. Yeah because the San anything that would have happened happened while Obama was president. If you're talking pre election stuff right wrong well. I understand mattie cranes he withheld but Zielinski didn't even know that the stuff was withheld. This is the first. We've only had two impeachments in the history of the United States. Now three people people who come out and say are all Marg artist not an impeachment. He was acquitted yet. Still engaged. And no he can't serve third. Have you seen that? Mardi gras float that Nancy Pelosi posted it. What about he can't he can't serve a third term. What about those trump two thousand twenty four shirts? He has a son you don't know he's got a daughter to massage. Wow is she a trial? Wow she's a trump. Her name is trump. Are you sure? It's vodka trump. It is for the world to see. She's a trump. Okay what's our married last. Exactly what's married? I don't know it's something weird. What's her husband? I forgot your piece. I mean mater. What's her last name? What Sara Gonzalez Green? What's her married last night? Green Hollis. What's her married last night Gonzales inches. Yes my husband is very Mexican. What's your husband's name? Green is that close not even snow. We're not come up with that name and don't know I don't know. Wow that's my point. Let's sell something. Come on canvas. Put it up here in the teleprompter. Hey France stop wasting money on overpriced posters starting at just thirty seven dollars we the people holsters custom to sign the firearm perfectly and made right here in the. Us Say they got thousands of options to choose from both inside and outside the waistband plus amazing selection of printing holsters with everything from the constitution. 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Right I mean like I keep saying they're not gonNa let him probably a good chance that they can't do like he's kicking ass yes at such a level and they already. They already wasted their their one time to screw him last time. They can't do it again because that's what everyone's looking for now. Yeah what's what's Glenn Think about? It was Glenn's Say Glenn. Thank is going to happen. That Bernie's will be their nominee. Yeah yeah he thinks it's going to happen. I mean it's not obviously they're still you know it's not one hundred percent but there. It's pretty unlikely that anything like Pete. Buddha Jewish no I can't stand the Guy Really He's a he's a phony or the last night the matchup tonight's ago yeah when they were he was on stage with. Don Lemon and I thought these guys want to get it on. They were looking at each other. But you don lemon was interviewing him bad and I was like they wanna hit it. You ever get that impression canvas just with Kansas to this. You don't see look at us with Don. Look at her. She won't have. Y'All seen the new Steve Day shoes. These are fantastic. Question about about people judge the he was on stage the other night and he he was talking He got a question from a nine year. Old Boy we talked about that yesterday. Yeah yeah he wanted to know how to come out am I wrong. It's too early to be thrusting your kit. You're prepubescent kid. It was obviously a planned. The parents who said yes. I want my kid go on with slakes. What's the fabulous little wherever oh Desmond is amazing. Amazing Makeup on point. I'll give him that okay. Mega these issues are the way out here. I mean can you imagine eyelashes at our foot long now? I already can't stand the ones that I wear. I'm like what are y'all want at the end of the night. I'm like freedom. What are you watching where you'll see this? I don't even know who you don't even know her last name. Just sit this one out. Hey I wanna know your your target Bro. Your target for this episode. How often do you go through? Lashes WIND JUST CHUNK THEM? A couple of days. Kobe are those expensive. They're not cheap. They're like two to three dollars per y you steal them from the blaze. I don't steal them. I need them to be on camera. Oh you need them. I don't think he do they. They provide them out. You know what I WANNA do. This is my wishlist. I would like to see you do your show these white matter. Just come in no meccas. No no makeup thrown t-shirt terrifying you can you can put on one of my y'all elitist or Dub T. shirt do that. You couldn't sleep off of I I I have like I've been online before with no makeup on your unrecognizable. You're out you're just as pretty but I mean it's it's I saw you one day. He's not doing what a woman a man that's what it was like. You didn't make that joke before. A double take and I was like Oh same thing Natalie. I saw her the other day. No make up. And I'm like hot. News becomes Dole News Room. But no. That's not what I'm saying is I did do the show here I did. I did it with the hat on and very very minimal makeup. I did do that. You had to have a big. They put makeup even the men. Yeah I'm wearing to cover this zero makeup on this. Look at look at this picture right here. Yes by all those of you listening by audio totally miss. That basically like Tom selleck Tom selleck. You're selling yourself short hair Sans Moustache I. I never saw the appeal of Tom. Selleck lot of men have the short shorts and Hawaiian wife watching episode of Magnum. Pi the Jesus are you. Take the Lord's name in vain. Because I gotta deal with this dumb. I'm not taking the Lord's name. I'm praying I'm begging for mercy. Jesus helped me save him. Lord I don't have the memory you have you remember all the Bro. It's her name your friend. Sarah I know Smith Smith definitely not the most common surname at even a real name. That's like made up. Smith's is the most wide is. It comes from blacksmiths. No Shit Steve. Down that I can tell you the origin event for your have you'll see in the new Steve Day shirt. Oh you're not a smitty on a corner these fantastic wonder. I wonder if your husband could shoot horses. I'm sure it's in his blood. He could do it. Can't you? Build me a sword GonNa need it when Bernie Goetz Home Jazz. All our listening audience. Who's having to put up with all the Uncanny BS but they shirts really did. Y'All early vote. I did Saturday You did already. Yeah no Steve. I was not in town. I was in Alabama Bama. No I figured that trump had it under control Texas. He's GonNa win the whole like five people running against him so Bernie remember single one of their names either. No because I was I was like I didn't know anybody who's running. Be Curious to like rename. Weight is now. Joe Walsh is. He's the one that was missing kid and did the TV show. No do you remember what you know what I'm talking about. Tv show. Yeah yes. America's unsolved mysteries in his son's name was Adam. Is that him for president. Who is that? Who Am I thinking of in the last name was Walsh? So you're close. You're close to get your Predator with a Chris. Hands Chris Hansen's such a cock block. I've seen that show once or twice slink. God you've never been on it. Oh well no I'm. Yeah if actors at allies really wanted to inspire change. They'd boycott the Oscars again. Okay it's I don't even have to read this article to know it's all about diversity right all right. It's all about diversity because there's just not diverse. Oh I love it. When Natalie Portman wore her cape to the Oscars and it had stitched on it all of the women directors who were not nominated for an Oscar but Natalie Portman production company has only ever had one female director ever and it was Natalie Portman. Binch in a rare mood call. I just can't stand it. I mean what what do I say I mean you know? It's it's you know. Cbs reached out to me last week about wanting me to Read for a sitcoms. GonNa shoot a pilot in April right. So what do you do? Well I want I don't lose sleep over it right like I don't sit sit around going. I wonder if they're going to call me when I'm when I'm I going to do right and read. What am I going to do a thing because I don't at the end of the day I don't care like that doesn't add or take anything away from my life. Now do it because I appreciate the medium of Hollywood and what that platform enables someone to do right. It gives you a certain voice that let's be honest. Let's be honest. They don't want my voice they don't they don't want because I'm too honest. I say what I think I sorta mean and I mean what to say. I should say but there's more I think. People creeping into Hollywood who are not as scary theory has always been that the conservatives there are in Hollywood they already know who they are and they've got them under control they don't want anymore okay they don't WanNa bring anymore right well okay. We've got our concern like they're here. They right but no more you know. God forbid somebody like an Isaiah. Washington goes off the reservation and they don't know what to do with him so he just blackballed him. They don't give him anything you know but a guy like Isaiah Washington Guy James Woods. They can do that and they've made their money and they've accomplished what they've done in their career care anymore near like just gonNA come out and say we won't say the back to your point about the gay kid that was nine years old and we talked about this last night. I didn't have. I didn't have sexual urges at nine much less. Think things like. Hey Pete. Buddha Judge Mayor Pete helped me come out. We just did it dumb ass right right good for you. What do you want K. Wa? I mean your kid your kid. What does that even mean? Yeah you're really WANNA come out on a national platform about your sexuality. It nine like why would you do that? I'm just being blunt. Why would you do that and human nine year old saying those things right? I Agree I agree right. Yes that's I mean. That's why I found it to be so odd so me like I don't I don't need to know about a nine year old sexual urges or preferences so it's okay for that to happen but it's not okay for person in Hollywood. Come out as a conservative so the tolerance idea is bs. It's just crap. I'm sick of tired of it. You guys have over used that word. I'm not even sure y'all know what the word means anymore because they are intolerant I can't come out with an opinion and says hey you know what I value life? A- value small government a value of self government and governmental. My family. The things that conservative values entail. I don't hate black people. I want equality for everyone but I wanted to do it under conservative values. Hey Hardcore man. We'll be right back Sarah just pointed something out to me over the break that I missed and normally I would tell I'd be like hey play this clip but I just want you to hear it right here. Joe Biden. Yesterday this is what he said. Listen closely you're the ones that Barack Obama the president and I have a simple proposition here. I'm here to ask you for your help. Right come from you. Don't get foreign unless you ask. My name's Joe Biden Democratic candidates for the United States. Senate look over your help out at both the other by. GimMe a look though okay. That's all I really got to say to you. I'm about okay. Fat is running for us. Senate I don't know if you caught that where does even come from. I hate you honest to God. Hey Stephen Smith come in here come in here. I WanNa tell you something sort of the bar. They won't be able to see me. Sit really close to its. Okay get close to party. Feel sure do that too. So folks welcome Stephen Smith to the show up. This is circa solace husband and a little while ago we were talking about. Ivanka TRUMP PARTY FOUL SAYS. Is She really a trump? Yeah she is and he said but I said Yeah. That's that's our last night. What's her married I said? Do you know her married name. He didn't know her husband's name and I said do you even know her last name her married last name. Apparently your name is Steven Green. I was only all by few letters off by all of this myth Green Kinda no letters. I mean he went Alabama and he still knows how to spell his name either five. You know how many ever letters are in a short. Neither of them have four letters. But that's not why we have him over here. Neither of them. I hope they all have four letters. They have an extra letter on there. So the real reason we brought you in here we want to see your Tattoo Tattoo. You're matching tattoos conversation. We had even. What LEVEL OF JESSA BILL? Are You living in Jamaica? Were you coerced into Galveston daily? Not your choice. Yes you chose the spot. I think we both chose it. We're fine I I had to be choosier because I'm not gonNA. I'm not GonNa have a tattoo somewhere where you can see it when I'm on air when I'm on air and so I had to be a little bit more. Choosey but I told him he could get wherever you wanted on it. It didn't bother me if he didn't want to get it in the same spot. Same SPA that's very very Matching of you. Yeah quite matching you proud of it. Do you think you look good naked. No I don't think I look good naked. I don't think any man looks good. Naked man thinks they look good naked. I had a friend of mine year few years ago. She was like God really messed up on. You guys like the whole front messed up. Wow I'm not gonNA argue with that at all the rest Sarah Sarah Smith I never thing except I would like the record to reflect that I did not make my husband. Get any okay. We're talking about Joe Biden. Know Joe Biden running. He's running for Senate. He said. Choose the other Biden. Hey Man don't just take a look at me. I'm I'm a coup cap. What's GonNa pop and one I'm running for? Us Senate Democrat has. That's bad I mean party. Wants to make fun of it and the other part is like home is any of these people are just. GonNa. I'M GONNA say that I walk an angry woman as my president. Actually I don't I don't already live with one. Listen I've told you before. I got a mother in law a mother a wife and three daughters. I got so much estrogen in my household. I'm in cycle with them. I don't need any more angry. Women Steve Green Senator Elizabeth. Warren has spent most of her presidential campaign playing Nice. Everyone's favorite teacher who has so many plans but last night's democratic debate. She cracked or knuckles. Bruce some I think they meant saving you. Imagine having her for the president be like having your mother through I think they meant blows and basically destroyed every single electability argument. The has tossed her way since she announced her run. Then she ate Mike Bloomberg's ego for dessert. We Offense Steve. Green left he district green has left Laurent you. I've tried to look at too. So what do you think Canas like? Do you think let's say Elizabeth Warren got elected. I mean no chance in hell now no Chanson. How do you I mean what would that presidency look like? I don't know I go with the Joe Rogan philosophy that like a woman can mess it up just as good as a man can so might as well. I don't go with that philosophy. I think a woman will mess it up twice as much. I agree I don't think a woman should be president. I don't think women should vote or at least any of the female candidates that have all right. Let's calm down there. Women should have a valid? I D I don't think women could pass your. She's I think you're reading something out of the Muslim. I don't think women to drive cars and I certainly don't believe women should be able to tell men went to do so whenever Sharia law what do you say well woman with two black eyes. Nothing you've already told her twice. Okay dear no I don't I don't I don't think women should really exist. Except for one reason Mike and Biscuits I love. I'm just being a sexist. Because of this article right here these op-eds people just say they just vomit on paper and they print stuff up cosmopolitan. What do we expect? Cosmopolitan is three hundred sixty four pages of why she shouldn't. It's true it's true it's a it's a man. Hating magazine. Says it is three hundred sixty pages. Why she shouldn't have sex. We tried to talk you out of it. You gotta read Teen Vogue if you learn how to do it. Team gives you all sorts of tricks. I read article this morning. That says doctors are advising people not to put frozen potatoes in her anus. Hold on Teen Vogue actually telling people put things into rain for USA frozen potato. Did you call them? Pows Powell's that is a southern redneck. Colloquialism we'll be right back. Watch Chad DOT COM or Chad breakthrough dot com if you want to Type it all out. It'll take you to the place where all the fun stuff. Here's your tour schedule. Come out SIS liable. Waste your time there too. You can get the news and why it matters you can get other shows like studios America. There's some guy named Beck who likes to talk. He's a talker is a talk. You talk a talker. I love how it's so just understated. It's Classy classy folks. It's mid week weekend is coming. Don't put frozen potatoes your but the doctor said don't do it. I don't care if you have the piles have him. Royds gives them preparation H. Man. Don't put a frozen potato in there. Okay Sarah Gonzales you my favorite wife and I love it and I say that with your husband having been in here not anymore. Thank you for tuning in leave. Us rating review. We love your God bless. We'll see you next time bye only.

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Ep 295 | Doctors BANNED from Sharing COVID Information?!

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Ep 295 | Doctors BANNED from Sharing COVID Information?!

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News Natalie I can't wait to see. You got a whole list. Of just pure insanity this out there. Mark and Candy I think that at this stage in the game, people are just trying I. Don't know if they're trying to say the most ludicrous things to get on camera or just the cameras capturing people's ignorance to the point where there's a can you believe they said that you know let's put it on TV. Right I. Mean. That's kind of what's going on. It's Insane Mark shock value. One hundred percent, Sarah Gonzalez, a host of the news why matters right here on blaze TV and also YouTube channels Santer. Gonzales. That's arrogance. Also s that Sara without an h it is typical for people they gotta make sure. You're not only have an eight you have Z. in my phone. Really have the H. Two I refuse we've only been. Accused at change at work. Why file? I refuse party. Fouls. Steve. PARTY FOUNDATION DOT COM. Stephen. Her spell it wrong no you did. I. Have Sarah Gonzales in my phone I know a lot of people. 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Make sure these places that have been shut down by the by the dictatorial guy that lives in the governor's mansion in Austin Texas for now we we defy those orders we stand against him verbally but we put our money where our mouth is and we're willing to go out and and say, we're not going to be push down and oppressed by the plan the scanned scam. DEMOC hot news we think about it. I I. Think. An since day one, we've been saying that. Can't we can't do this? Do, it we're not GONNA survive. Bad for the economy bad for the economy Luby's. We're I know for good. Well, no, no no, but we're losing some now. Now we're taping this day early. So don't be surprised folks like a prediction gonNa make a prediction. Because there was a baseball team, I can't remember which baseball team they had like nineteen players test positive grow Niamey Ami. Okay. They're. Insignificant, Anyway. But I guarantee you now that they've started this baseball season, they're going to cancel it. They're GONNA cancel it. It's it is not canceled already. It may already be canceled by the time you watch this. Bum Watch and see what happens when they do stuff like that. You understand how much money it costs to kick that off. And then how much money it costs to cancel that literally everything goes into a Tailspin Koran not only do you have people who work at the stadiums people that work in television people who now have to figure out what the programming is GonNa do people in the advertising business that now have to figure out what they're going to do with those clients who bought airtime for those games. It's insane. So when you do that the economy just absolutely crumbles that's why. When when Governor Abbott here in Texas restarted things that he should have never shut down anyway. Okay when he he he followed the, he followed the lead of of these other governors and other states. Whenever he did that he started it up again and then had to shut it down again and it went. In a tailspin that seems to be the pattern, open it up close it down, opened up close it down. You're you're basically snatching the bandage off of the wound before the wound is even healed up and it's just making the wound worse every time you can actually the bandage off. Whereas what you should have done to begin with is when the wound was there that the sucker brief. So that it could healed up instead of continually covering it up, and that's what's happening with his things getting and more gangrene, and it's not the original injury. That's hurting us. It is the stuff that is the infection that goes around it. Right? The infection is poverty and suicide domestic abuse child abuse homicide. It is de depression issues. It's it's medication it is joblessness. Losing businesses and you can't go to work. It's all these different things. That's the infection that's happening when we should've just let this quote unquote virus breed because. It's never going to go away never ever ever ever. It's here. It's here. It's never going. Never going away. So what you going to go keep opening closing opening closing opening closing. That's not what we're going to do not as an American. Not. We're GONNA do Sweden they they spiked and they went down they didn't shut their economy down. A spite and they went down but they don't have an election coming up in November of twenty twenty and they also don't have full blown widespread trump derangement syndrome going on in their country will they also realize that like getting it is kind of part of the solution everyone getting a part of the solution. So they're not looking at it and moving the goalposts and saying, well, we have to wait. Two weeks to slow the spread because we don't want hospitals to be overwhelmed Oh. Wait a second. Now what once we've opened up people are actually getting it like that was the whole point of opening things back up slowly people are going to get it and that's part of the solution, and now all of a sudden they shut everything down because their messaging has been horrendous are one hundred percent right signals. filtered. Let's do this thing because America we hope it's opening up. We hope that it's opening up and we needed open up but it doesn't always mean that everything's Okay I mean I. You Got Abbott. Had just come to the forefront and said, wash, your hands and Distance do stuff but be responsible that have been great and then what I would have loved to hear him, say take you feel Greens take you feel to Greens by brickhouse nutrition. I've been telling you that because I'm very gubernatorial about that every single day I feel Greens one scoops got a full-service real USDA. 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ANTIFA and BLM protesters these peaceful beal him ANTIFA protesters that by the way were there to tear down monuments. But the Razi racists swarmed them. I mean look here's the thing you go into country P- places you're gonNA have country folk show. And it was country folk might not be elite and unique as you think you are. Maybe. They don't have any of that fancy book learning with all your reading and suffering. But. They, going to protect their place right. So Kanye says is a little You got that video of that little deal that popped up in Parker County Texas. Let's take a little bit. You we go back in. Can you pause that? As we're in there, how how steady is the control that? Not Okay I need I need this show to get more like ridiculousness. So we can just scroll right back into deal I want to show you a one thing that happened in the middle of that deal A that that that right there. That's mild compared to where things are headed. I mean, it's just I. I think people think that I'm like a fear monger or a violent instigator or something like that because people keep saying you gotta quit talking about this stuff. No, I'm warning you I'm warning you that's going to escalate and get worse. All you gotTA. Do is if You got to study history. You got to study sociology. You got to study Western civilization. You got to see a study some religion. That helps to. Read Your Bible and see how people react with other people when it just keeps going and keeps going and keeps going it's only going to get worse where we're gonNA. Say Stay I was just GonNa say that the part I noticed two guys were open Kerry. They weren't pulling their gone out. Yeah. It was they weren't attacking anyone. Yeah. Might fear there is though somebody who doesn't know any better like some of these protesters. Were shooting each other because they were caught in crossfire. These people don't know what they're doing. They're not trained. They have no idea what they're doing. And I'm afraid they're going to pull. They're going out one time and it's going to be Katie bar the door. You know I mean go back and do a little study about got him. Crispus addicts. Let show figure that one out on your own but. It started a whole revolution. These small towns are not going to let you tear them down. They're just not going to stand for now. And I know what they say. You know you read the thing and I was quoting basically from the headlines in articles that have been written from the left and racist were swarming protesters will there there those are their words not mine. So what they're doing is, of course, alluding to those confederate flags you're seeing there and there are folks who do hold very dearly to southern heritage. And they still see themselves as a part of the south. And that flag is representative of their values as southerners that has nothing to do with slavery and has nothing to do with racism or anything else. It's just it's to them. It means states rights. To them, it means You know you're not gonNA impress us. And use it. Will I don't know why we gotta keep having that conversation because the south lost? Yeah. But all everybody in this in the north has now moved to the south. So. Let's talk about carpetbaggers. Let's talk about Let's talk about the reconstruction process of what the North did to the south. Do a little study of history and find out the atrocities of reconstructionist south. Folks. Came down here and did a lot of things dog things that y'all bitch about today or because over the. Gate reconstruction efforts of the North on the south you go back and read that history, and you'll understand why a lot of people even though the battle was over the war was finished these people held onto their values because they got screwed and hose by of an oppressive army that came down from the north it after the war. After the war. So the largely democratic south is now largely Republican in many places. And and so you're you can't compare today south eighteen, sixty five on the driving. Force of the civil war wasn't slavery. That's not why. The civil war even began ultimate was state's rights. It was tariffs. It was you know putting tariffs on people and and and before you start thinking that the north was anti slavery know that every time you want to go in and have a war, you need a moral issue to win people's support over right nine eleven gave us. I'M NOT GONNA go too far on that nine eleven conveniently gave George W. Bush a reason to go into. Iraq. Wasn't a very good reason to go into Iraq. Since. It wasn't Iraqis that brought the. Towers down it was people that we consider our allies with that seem awfully suspicious to you. But it gave you a moral reason to go in and finish that job in Iraq. Again that's a whole other conversation. We have another time and it's gets interesting. and. Everybody's got their opinions there. But, slavery gave the north a moral position to be able to appeal to the masses and say, this is what we need to go down here and do and and liberate. But you got to remember one of the things that the north hated about the south was the south control, the textiles they control the agriculture, they control all that whereas the industry was up north. You know the the industrial industry was up north. And you know they there was a there was a commerce that was going on between the two but the wants slavery was abolished in slaves were liberated Illinois specifically said, no, we do not want. Liberated slaves now coming into our state. That's Illinois. Lori lightfoot Barack Obama rahm Emanuel as the land of You know what I'm saying. They, don't they don't want them. That it won't folks coming in there. So you're right. It's it was an issue, but it wasn't an issue, right? They made it an issue. But they benefited to in the north from the from the commerce of slavery. So, anyway, there's that. I didn't mean to go that far off on that I. Really wanted to kind of jump off on the conspiracies of nine eleven bit. Actually want to hear that some time because I have never heard that from you. Well, no that jet fuel doesn't melt steel beams but whatever. Just doesn't candice. They're really training kids up right these days. Here's a fun video for you. Check this one out. PINCI cube. Sat again. She said they are. Very. Jobs. All right. All right. People. It really great parents there. Yeah. So. Now, let me let me ask you having watched that there is a series of of young black children holding F. The police F trump's goons signs up holding a black power fist up. And they're asking them. Okay, say it again say it again out now add fifteen years to that child's life and what are you have? What have you created in that and then you're gonNA turn around with the results from that and say, this is a skin color issue. That's a beautiful child. That's not a skin color that's a beautiful human being. So to me, that's almost child abuse. That is child abuse because you're raising that child. To be brutalized. By. Life. Yet I get called a brain washer for sending my kid to Church Yeah So, that's what that's what we're dealing with here, and that's you know that's that's not the black community doing that that's that is a subset of of thug culture and I don't mean thug is in black because that it's to me it's not about skin color I love how over and over again I say this has nothing to do with skin color and people keep going right down my skin color I'm not. You're the one who's doing that I say certain things you hear skin color nuts culture. Lebron Texas Steve, what are you doing? It's horrible in it. That's not Lebron text. Luckily, we're Texas and I I just that's hard to take right there. That's that's hard to swallow it there. Yeah. Golly. That's that's a tough tough deal man. and. Then we had. Then we had the woman. Let's pick on some white folks for me. I'm going to skip over here Kansas the folks that were having a picnic. Or there at the dog park. All right having a picnic. Picnic at the dog park in here comes. Mega. Karen. The lady walks up and pepper sprays these folks. What are you doing have? You cannot be serious ask. mays. Or not? Wear Masks Jeff. Him I'm not going Jeff. Hopper gummy. Not. Oh. Hey. Can. Hear the wife crying in the bank she's got sprayed. Ladies leaving. Goes and gets in her car. And of course, versus filming this with their cell phone. Defending yourself lady there's a handicap you see her son on her. Deal. Mentally Handicapped maybe. I mean somebody comes up and pepper sprays or anybody. I BEAT YO ASS BLIND Just. But I get my hands on. You don't have to see. We'll deal as they hit a cap sinus. So ironic too because you would think if you were handicap at least take into consideration that there may be other people who have handicaps that prevent that from wearing. That you might not be able to see that is a very valid point and I'll give you another one. You probably should be at home and not exposing yourself if you in person with a disability I don't know what her disability is, but she's obviously not in a chair she's not being assisted in her mobility. So I have to thank her handicap is to do with something that has happened to her on a health related issue maybe a stroke, a heart condition maybe you know blood condition, a lung condition stay home maybe she just really good parking spots. Maybe. Maybe so much. When she was a kid acting people but you know. How how are you? They're having a picnic. You're supposed to eat with a brick and mask right? Just walks up spray somebody that's assault. So. Yes, they picked her up. Mom Don't ever do that anybody because you to go to jail hopefully they took that dog away from her two. Yeah. You remember that I won't get in although jail they will give your mom three meals a day. Nice place to rest at night. Yeah, I don't know about Nice. Okay. My mom live Nursing Home Jill mom pretty good she. She got all over stuff around her mom would have that jail cell. So fixed up with antiques. She'd have she'd have Bible verses on Wall and she'd have her lamps on in their she'd have her. She would she'd be. cellmate. She'd BE I. Get. My coffee and I'm just GONNA. Sit Down for a minute. Yeah. She she'd have it all fixed up. She'd have her little easy chair in there. You know that that generation this sometimes doesn't really have a filter and will you know tell you what their opinion is I've never seen it go to that level before but I do remember being a post office one time and I was talking it was business call I was just in line in this ole turnaround should get off your phone and I did. On like you know, respect. Framing. Okay. But it had offended. No I wasn't I was being. You being quiet on the phone. Face? Timing. You. Know I was on a business call. It really was I wasn't being love she her I was see. I I. Don't I mean I don't think just because you're old that gives you A. I get it. Something about her where I went into my yes. Ma'am like respect your elders in the church you know get off your phone. Okay. Me and get the pass on some things right Oh. You Know Biden. George H W Bush or. Yes macaroni but pinch it. See. Like I can hang with you a whole lot easier than I can hang with Sarah because Sarah. Makes you uncomfortable. Talking to. Talking to me I will slap. Around backwards on your hand pop inches at your mouth, I knew the reason I bring my razor. Pepper spray me down now we've ended another. Bad. Deal pepper spray is painful. When we come back, we'RE GOING TO PEPPER SPRAY Steve. Preacher ass. Last year when people were dying from tuberculosis and during the flu seasons, nobody was going around pepper spray and anybody because they were having a picnic at the dog part. Why are they doing it now? Sarah you brought up a good point during the break. It's the media, the media's culpable for all this stuff. Yet. Because they know that. That the people the average person is going to take what they're saying and they're going to eat it up and so they're scaring people into thinking that their lives are on the line. To where this woman is. So scared of this virus that you know doesn't affect most people that she feels the need to go and Mesa someone. For not wearing a mask I, mean you ha like it has to be the media. That's the driving force. In this thing here's are scary font and the numbers for today. Yeah. Numbers with no context, the numbers of the positive cases with no context on the death rate or anything else or the age of the population who is dying or the underlying health conditions that they have none of that just positive cases have gone up everyone should be scared for their lives. No frigging wonder people are acting full. Smith has been diagnosed with corona virus. I mean, that's the headlines You hear. So and so what the trump administration has been diagnosed with the corona virus nobody announced that when somebody had the flu. I mean, they didn't do that. It's just I mean it's almost like now we watch as their organs liquefy and. Amos. That would be cool. Bleed from every ORF. Look I don't WanNa do it well, and there's a much wider spectrum of people who flew. Yes, a much wider spectrum. Fired up. pissed off. Making things over. Over here behind. Versus more than that, right? I mean worldwide was a regular was. Ridiculous and openness damn schools to. I mean. Hold on more killed Kobe. Then have grown of ours I mean. So I mean what do what did you say? I'm sorry I said open the schools but without masks radio, not enough to say the schools because they'll say we're opening the schools but the kids have to wear masks they can't leave their classroom they're restricted on where they move and when they walk in the. Elementary school teacher trying to keep kids know. They'd come out and be like I. Kiss. Face. Taking your face. Would you kiss each other on your lick? Each Other? I want you to throw poop at each other Tamar. Oh, you don't have any poop Tommy Tommy tomorrow I want you to bring in a bag of poop. Dhamar? Not Enough of your brought poop everybody bring a low bag poop. We're GONNA, rub it all over the place. Bringing some germs. Yes. Right. We have. We have as a covert party like a chicken pox party everybody's going to get it. Yes. and. Then six months leading gone down, I couldn't get anybody to get it. That's amazing. We were trying to get it and we couldn't get it any crazy that you me stuff like that. But I don't care is just the truth you. You can't be in school your children can't be in school, but they can be on the streets holding up saying the police holiest. Johnny. I mean that's what it is. True. That little tiny angel said. Although although their arguments you would be well, she was wearing a mask, right? Okay. That matters at this point right spewing hate with sign and her little mouth say it's not that droplets coming adver mouth the words it's right well and DEREK GONNA poison. Because people are saying, well, what about the teachers you I mean you just want teachers to die like no I don't if there are teachers who needs to be protected. Then let's talk about protecting the vulnerable population but if you're talking about a young twenty, five year old teacher. At risk for this. So why should I like you're holding our kids education hostage because you want to use it as some sort of negotiation tactic for your teachers unions. So these twenty five year olds can have a higher salary I'm sorry I don't buy it. If you care about the kids, get them back in school and make it as normal as possible for them. Well, I'm forty five if I were a teacher I would go back. Yes. I would I mean it's got to be a very small percentage of teachers who are actually teaching in the classroom who would be part of that vulnerable population. But we're not. We're not supposed to talk about that. You want your kids back in school with no masks you want teachers today you must not care about the teachers. Exactly. It's bullshit. That's great. deductive reasoning. Remember when I was an elementary school and there was an old retired teacher that was substitute. Probably wish she had covert but she was so mean to me I had a mean second grade teacher. All my kids going to have a mean teacher this year. It's GonNa. Be Me. Cause I ain't doing masks is he gonNA? Wish Corona on you know actually he's for some reason wanted me to be he wanted to save home with me. I was like cool because you're gonna I'm not taking me back to school in Damn. I JUST WANNA play music in a venue again. Yeah. You get to this weekend down at Tombaugh Texas with me You play. Music. Yeah. Usually judge me for the Shit Age retired. People do judge for it. A PROMO CD I got called on a couple of days ago. US. Mexico gigs or what? Can you can you fill us in but for what what they judge what they say? Yeah. He's responsible for getting people together. We shot yeah. The deal was is I took fifty plus people to Mexico go party down there for a music troupe. It's not like I put them all in a freaking van and. Charles s adults chose to build their thing. Well. The funny part to me though was the part of will I better? Not See you asking people for money if you're not going to wear your mask and do your part On top I've never asked anybody for money because I have money. To Party. Run shows on facebook or wherever and put my vin up there. If you WanNa hit something that. Never begged people for money I have money I. saw you in Vegas one time asking those different. Okay. That twenty dollars twenty dollars. Dark Alley. A lot of that was geared towards our buddy rod. Nelson. Who put a picture up? Of Ouchi. Not Wearing a mask at the ballgame and I had a lady I put the thing up lady was like. So what is it Chad are you for masks or against masks like you're complaining that he's not wearing a mask you're always saying that people shouldn't be wearing masks. So what is it? I'm like stupid lady. I'm not the one who's on that. The White House press briefing room in the whole world where mask or else. He is correct. He is and choosing to follow the rules that have been placed upon you as much different than saying we shouldn't have government mandates for it right Right. He should have been at the ball game anyway leaving. God that was hilarious. People bitching about the mass and all this or the same people that take their mask off a lot of cigarette up. Yeah. It's the same undoubtedly smuggled a winstons. I bought a Mesh Mask. I'm getting it today in the mail. ooh. Oh, it's got holes all over it. Moana yeah pretty much. Yeah. But it's got rhinestones too. So lag Iran stone cow girl. Get. Bridge down in Harris. County one. More. Twenty Dollars Twenty Dollars Steve What kind of turn party val turns his nose up like. This this conversation has gotten beneath means. Where's he going? I'm like, okay. Mom Ranch out of your mouth Harris County perspective. Texas a lot of things have come out of. One hundred percent and they'll continue to come out to. Take a quick break. I'M GONNA. Break some things out this mouth. So we watched the video during the break here and it stirred up a lot of discussion like shut up guys. Let's talk about it on the show. So. I'll explain what's going on here. Kansas row tape. So here's a dude he's got a hole in his mask and Shove Spaghetti and their and their drinking beer and wine through the whole in their mask right there where their mouth is this lady stuck it up her nose she can't find her whole. Yeah, you gotta figure these people are joking at right five eight. Trying to prove a point of freaking masks, we're still going to eat CA. The restaurant, you can take it off when you get to the table. Yeah. But I mean the whole thing on that is. Gross for one. But two. It is kind of insane. How long it'll be before there's pornography with masks on it. Seems like I watch it every night it's the best thing. I don't mean sex masks. I'm talking regular mass during some patio because the corona. That Guy Last weekend You know somewhere anybody they were told city. Yeah. They were talking about it. I'M GONNA look it up right now. Please don't because then we're GONNA be forced to look at it and I don't want look at it. Hey a Schumer and Pelosi talking about the GOP heels act you're not familiar with that take a look so we got to read the bill really carefully we hope they can get their act together. We very much want to get something done for the needs of the people and the needs of the country they didn't have money for food stamps but. The building just so that they can diminish competition for the president's hotel the I don't even think Mitch McConnell knew that was in the bill. But, in any advantage who knows is right and then they have something in there like a tax credit for. Expensive dinner and launches, but no money for. Food stamps or. Nutrition Assistance Initiatives. A He. Feels you gauge. Only, hope day I can have as much vodka. She had her. Yeah she's so pickled new. That's why that mask never around phases always around her neck because you Freddy Kruger rubber she's at so much work can't feel her face shouldn't of the mask is on or not look here he he. Hey Hey, such a condescending person to. Choke Schumer looks like a bobblehead cartoon like he doesn't even he's like a caricature of himself. It's funny to watch this dude. Okay her. He looks like a simpsons character then he schmidt. I find interesting. There they all of a sudden think it's appropriate to read a bill and they're standing in front of a bunch of. Yeah slave owners. So we had to pass bills before we found out what was in them? Yeah, exactly. You could use it. Now we read the depression president is still building gail. I don't care the Dave every read she eventually likely in there he knows and he'll kick off. I'm. Joe To, have fake boobs I can't get up off the floor. It's horrible gang he'll be wearing my heels. Browser up on her lug away you talked to. He be. Do Trump's getting a military ready to steal the election. Let's take a look at that one. If he loses and I expect that he will be prepared for things of this nation has never faced Colder, and unfortunately, that could involve the use of. These these forces it has been suggested. Run the president of the United States who may be organizing organizing. To accept. What happens when we have the election I? Think we should all take very seriously. The prospect that this is as I say a dress rehearsal, a trial run. Draw a line in the sand this country navy looking down the barrel of martial law in the middle of an election. This is just the presence own version martial law since the real military kind of push back from doing that he's there anybody having watched donald trump for the last three and a half years who doesn't think that Donald trump would try to employ martial law. If you thought it was the only way you could stay in power. How many satanic rituals do you think these people are involved number one get their positions of power into some of them even stay alive. Just, from the looks of them, there's some weird looking people out there but that aside the point. I love how they say they're going to. Like they're talking about preparing for martial law and all that stuff. But then they show images of Democrats out in the street. Liberals or anarchist out in the street tearing all the crap. Right. It doesn't make any. MAXINE maquis news president. This president is preparing. Mark give anything back. It's ridiculous. Sarah Think I'm so limited hearing this right now I don't. Oh my God. I'm so pissed right now that they have the like they're allowed to go out and spend whatever the hell they want to do with no facts to back it up that. Well, it's been said that this might just be a trial run set by whom does any journalist Wanna ask her that said by whom you're making this shit up all of these doctors who have all of these treatments for this virus get all of their videos removed. They have all the credentials to back up what they're saying yet all these lawmakers can go on and say whatever they. Want. Wish no one. No one to challenge what they're saying I'm sorry can't. He's right. Made a great point. You have Dr Credential. Doctors who get on social media and say no, but if it's not the state, right? Sanctioned doctors, right? Yes. Or if they don't agree with what the state sanctioned doctors have said, they're censored their band you're you're bound pistol. For. The I'm mad now got nine. That's exactly right and that's the way you said that. Perfectly described the way I've been feeling. And now, mad about something we weren't even talking about. That this is me. Because I promise you. Trump's not preparing to lose an election. No. Yeah I'm sure I'm sure Donald Trump. Donny Don t sitting there going. Yard. Can't wait to do this former years you know Marie and take all the crap up and taking like you know he loses the election he's getting out of it. Well, it's also hilarious coming from party who tried to use that the first time around when they thought Hillary was GonNa win, they kept accusing him of not accept the election results when it was them who have continuously done. Last year here's what's going to happen. Here's why they have to say those things though. Because they're they're about to cheat so bad. Yes we alluded to nine eleven. Okay. They're about to pull something off where they cheat so bad. So blatantly so flagrantly is is going to be horrible watch and trump's going to say. Really, and they're going to see we told you. He refuses to give up power. And then it's going to be the American people like you know what they were. Right He's not giving up. So that's the next play. Trump isn't prepping they're prepping popular. Play let's get it. Oh, they've been propping since the beginning of the year for sure. Every single thing that they've pulled has been. Yes Yup. I. There I went out there y'all's plays at Texas gun experience and we've fired off some rows the other day we took some folks that never shot. We, put them on some machine guns and stuff like that I pose on instagram shooting that Ceesay Scorpion nine millimeter fully automatic. It was good tempered. And you have the people on their artworks protection. Here's. will go one or two shows to target target. Popping off, rows base right. Right, just like my sex life think that'd be not in front of. Me Why he's saying that I saw. You hit the target. So they're. Shooting, Wallman. People who do stuff and I'm like. Look we're out here. We do this for fun. I hope it never comes to that but we do this for fun and then right one debt and our stockpile So I hope you got more box of shells. Wall some. If you ultimate because I'm. Jay. Oh my gosh we gotta take a quick break bareback. Laura Real quick. We got about two and a half minutes. What you guys take a look at this video right here. This ought to get your Mega Viagra going. Year trump raid baby look at all this trump flags we're headed down to Rockport Port Aransas our buddy duck. Stanford. Captain. Doug down in rockport. Going get involved in some of that deal efficient. Do some they got two of them actually a Labor Day, Weekend They got two of them that they're going to be doing birthday. We're not going for your birthday. We're just going I know but I'm saying that we're it's my birthday. Sure everyone knows when it's your birthday. You know. Has Birthday. month. Steve as birthday month and this one's a big one this year. Yeah. So that's a good. 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Dont Leave K-Cups in the Office Coffee Maker | 5/20/19

"Pat gray is here on the blaze radio network. Happy monday. Everyone, Pat gray, sadly is not here. He will be here later, though, for the Glenn Beck radio program. But you're stuck with us this morning. I am Sara Gonzalez here with Jason Bushell, who is really sick sounds. I mean your voice. It sounds kinda hot. I'm just going to say your voice sounds kinda hot. But then I'm like if you get me sick, I'm going to be really it's so fleeting. It'll be this way for, I would say, maybe the hour and a half into the show. This is gone. Never to come back there for the rest of the day you, when you on the news this week Wednesday Thursday. Not sure, okay. Well, you need to stay. Stay healthy for that. You know, I actually many people out this week. This is not that week to be sick. You don't sucks. I was complaining about this on Friday. I remember that. And then, and so this is this is how stupid, I was on Saturday Friday. Friday afternoon, the monsoon. Yes. So I went for a run. I'm sorry. I mowed my lawn. Friday evening got done front yard, then. Saturday went for a run. I felt awful afterwards, but in the monsoon hit Sunday, I completely good at my backyard and built the Pergola with my son. And I'm forty years old. Thank streudel. Yeah. I was done too much. And then by last night. Man, Jason dude, I know is I'm watching game of thrones finale last night. And I'm just like there's no way I'm coming into work tomorrow. But I came in so that you did. What is actually I, I heard on the radio something about their we're going to be a lot of people predicted to miss Monday work because of game of thrones. That's great. And I was just like, really dude, this is this, where we're at what a like crazy, cultural phenomenon. This show is like like I was like looking for news that 'cause that's the best way this in this industry to get up to date. Breaking news, there was nothing last night during that show. It was all game thrown. So that must be what okay. So that must be why. So I don't I have not watched game of thrones. I've watched the first couple of seasons but I'm not caught up. So I did not watch it last night, but I was looking for news last night, and I was just like nothing here. What is going on, now it makes sense, even the closest thing would be like people were like making snarky little remarks like equating like what was happening in the show to current news? Like immigration, stuff like that. Stephen. Doing some funny stuff on that. It was like, yeah, it was so odd. So many people watch shows. Now it's just over. It's like it's so weird as something I look forward to every year, and I'm not going to give any spoilers ballistics say last night was not the best night until a vision. Okay. All right. I don't know how much to say more, but I'm actually Jeffy and I are going to be doing a live podcast today, taking call ins and I'm just screw spoilers. I'm just gonna throw them all out on the podcast on the podcast. I was going to say, don't do it here here, you, can you can listen or you know how you know you need to download or not fast forward certain parts. But like not not here, but yeah, it's got a lot of it about that. Okay. Well, we need to get caught up. It's going to take us a while. I think I think it's like season three so you're good. They're still like all the way up to like season. I don't know like seven or so. And I, I somehow have avoided spoilers at all. Like, I don't also I will say, I find it really hard to. Keep up with everyone's names. Like there is a lot of truth to the game of thrones reviews that, that stood us on Glenn radio because I mean it's legit like, I'm like, oh, okay. All of these people's names on the same and they're very like old timey names. And they all kind of look, the same, and I can't keep up with who's related to home, and it just gets I just need a flow, chart of or like a family, tree. Right of all of these so that I can understand who goes with whom sir juror of the Mormons. All all sounds the same to me. I'm not I'm not familiar with it. You guys can call us. Eight nine zero zero three three nine three or you can tweet us, I am at Sara Gonzalez t X Jason is at Jason buttery. So there is a really, really awesome crews taking place over the spring. Jason is so envious of everyone who's going, I'm working the political ends core to get onto this. Are you gonna rain? Coming to cut you off. Person is me. I'm getting in. So you're going to sail across the Mediterranean. You know you get to be on this amazing ship with gourmet Italian food. Awesome nightlife for all of you people who like to party, even though you're listening to the radio at, at six o'clock in the morning. Seven o'clock in the morning. They've got an awesome. Nightlife, you can relax poolside on the duck. Plus, you can join Glenn Beck. Billow Riley's Dubar gear David Barton rabbi Lapin on a fourteen day adventure. You were going to sail in the eastern Mediterranean, visit Italy Croatia Jerusalem, Israel, Athens, and Greece, to explore the roots of western civilization, that is crazy. Can you imagine? Okay. So that an Alaskan cruise are on my bucket list. No, no kidding. I have to do both of those things Alaskan one is awesome. But this one, you can't beat just like all of the crazy parts of history that are in all of these places, and you're going to hit them all in fourteen days. That's insane. I always thought like a trip just across the United States with David Barden, Glen. Can you imagine the history learn on that? Now, now they're going to these places. Yeah. Only gosh, it's amazing dream trip. They're going to tell you so much history, you're going to be like, shh. Just shut up. I just don't want to hear you talking anymore. It's too much. It's too much history. No. All right. So you can by the way, I wanna bring my, my son like what a cool thing to take like your kids or your grandkids to be able to take them and show them all of that history all in two weeks. You can go to come sail away dot com. You can learn all the details all the different package options that they have you gotta go you gotta go. You're not going to get another opportunity like this. It only comes around every once in a while you gotta go to come sail away dot com. All right. So on the news and why it matters on blaze TV at airs. Five thirty eastern four thirty central Jason I believe it was, what was it Friday or Thursday? Friday, you made a little comment about the latest and greatest from democrat lawmakers. They were trying to get Trump's tax returns, Trump released a form. Right. What was it was just like a summary? He released a summary of the information that they were seeking Democrats came back and said, that's not enough, that's not enough. We've, we've asked you for the tax returns, you have to hand them over and we're not gonna play ball with you, and Jason what did you say on the program, if you can speak, can you speak? I don't want to speak for you. What did you say? Well, I said, this was this was how they're going to impeach President Trump. This is like they had all just grant away from the impeachment talk. I mean, the is the crazy leader all the leadership, they're all pretty much in lockstep. Like now we're not concentrating on peach right now, based kind of pissed off about that. But if you think about it, you kind of actually need something to impeach the president over loss. I know. Right. It's like stop. I thought it was just because he tweets really mean things you can is at an impeachable offense. I don't think so this is a weird day. I don't think that's an impeachable offense. Give it a few years might get there. What if what if you really don't like his hair or his skin tone? That's pretty orange. It's pretty, dang close okay, because we're getting, we're getting, but still you're going to have a heart. Now, I think they are definitely their skin tone and hair is definitely not to get him. Impeach in the house right now. But not as yes, right? It's in show. But not it's exactly. It's not it's crazy. Yeah. What's funny about the tax returns as everyone knows what this is they're just trying to get salacious information off of not salacious, but, like, anything that could be embarrassing, and there. That's, that's truly the only thing that they're gonna find that's soothing only and they know this. They know this. Yeah. And when they made this request of the treasury department, it doesn't say anything about Russia or anything like that. All it says they wanna make sure they want they want to observe how the IRS is prosecuting are not prosecute investigating potential tax problems with sit with for sitting president almost like it's research, material almost right? And then the trend it's like wait a minute. This is not like why do you need six years of my tax returns? No, this, right. Like this is makes no sense. And so that's why they just really summary, because all you need is this information, this gives you all of the information that you would need to know, don't need the full tax returns? By the way, just to clear up because there are actual Democrats in congress right now Alano Maher who are. Day are perpetuating the false statement that it's a law that president has to hand over his tax returns. Right. It's not it's not a law. It's not a thing. I think I think what they're referencing is that congress or the, the committee within congress has the right to. To get hold of tax returns from anyone so. Right. That used to be only the president United States. Right. But then it shifted. I can't remember when, like nineteen hundred early nineteen hundreds remember when shifted, but it shifted to congress, and I looked at that when we walked off the show on Friday on this radio show, I went over and just looked at, like, when the this had been done before. Like when some of these cases happen, and there was a few supreme the this has gone to this prem- court twice once in late eighteen eighties once in the nineteen fifties. And they said, yes, basically, both cases bold onto this. Yes, congress has this. Right. This committee can do this, but there are limitations. They need to have probably costs. They need to show why they need. They need them. It can't be for political and stuff. And they sight in one of those cases that look Congress's not along force made see they're not right. So you better be dang. Sure you're doing this for legitimate reasons. Now. There's a court battle that will ensue from this. So if Mnuchin doesn't turn over, and he stated on Friday, that he's not going to do that, then this goes to the courts now this can take years now, while this isn't a court battle congress now can say, look, we've requested something, the administration's not turning it over, and they don't have any evidence of guilt. But then they'll site there must be something here right now. They have grounds to go towards impeachment. Right. So this entire time now they have grounds air coaches around for impeachment. It's so ridiculous. It's such political football. You're getting close to, you know, them having people that might have been on their side on this might maybe might end up turning on them for it. I think their base is going to be ecstatic about it. But there's a lot of like middle the road, you know, Democrats could go either way. Here's the thing if their base. Was that big if they're anti-trump base was that big Hillary Clinton would have won the election because you can't? I mean to me, I would step back if I was a democrat, I would step back, and I would say, okay, the two most hated political candidates of all time. Right. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton ran against each other. Hillary Clinton's platform was anti-trump and she lost. So maybe you would take a step back and say, maybe our base isn't as big as we thought it was. And there were all of those middle of the roaders all of those moderate Democrats, who flipped and went over to Donald Trump, maybe instead of doing the same tactics that lost us, the presidential election last year or last time we try something different. And that's not what they're doing in that. That's what just blows my mind as I hear them with this identity politics and, you know, all of this, you know. The intersection -ality wars. And I'm like, do you guys not realize this is a huge reason why you lost. I'm not gonna say this is why you lost because not the only reason but this is a huge reason why you guys lost. And you're just doubling down on it. I don't understand. And now maybe I'm wrong, maybe I'm wrong, maybe it will play out differently at the ballot box this time around. But last time it didn't work out this exact thing that they're doing did not work out, people said, okay, I'm tired of this. I don't care to hear about the fricken Russia investigation for ten million years. I don't care about it. I'm tired of hearing about it. I don't care to hear about impeachment. Every day every day. It's a new thing. The president tweeted too early this morning. Impeach him. The president said something, you know, the president said that he has black friends impeach him, the president lower taxes, impeach him like they want to impeach. Him every day for something new, and I feel like it's going to be a quivalent to the Russia investigation in that people are just going to close their ears and be like, I'm so tired of hearing this word. I think I think you're spot on. I think what's crazy. Isn't that special that we did that socials mourning for the dead that document that we found one of the tactics that they that they had on? There was that to make. They wanted to make the base here larger than it was. So. Oh my gosh. That's what these people are doing. That's exactly. That's why they organize rallies, every other day it seems like there's another mass rally March VAR lives March for the women March for the whatever and they wanna make it appear like they're that, like, they're the voice of the masses, and they've got a huge help with that with the media because that's all the coverage is only showing all of these things. Yeah. And it makes the average American think jeez. There's a lot of people who are latched onto this, I would I would even go so far as to say all of this radical abortion. Talk all of the talk about infanticide. And, you know, the law passed in New York. I know I mean, I realize we saw the videos of all of those peoples in New York standing up and clapping and they lit up the you know, they lit up the Empire State building and all these other things. But when you go to middle America, like I don't think that, that movement is as big as it's being portrayed. I don't think any I don't even think it's close and the, the media collusion with him as a solution, and it's a global thing. It really is. Did you see the election in Australia this weekend? Australia had an election. The polls were crazy tilted towards the left. They were like, oh my gosh. It's eighty percent. The left is taken over from the center, right party. That was in power like they're just running away from this crazy, crazy and the election happened, and the centre-right one again, it was people were compl- comparing the discrepancy there and polling. The media coverage. Exactly. Yeah. Exactly. They're doing this all over the world. It's absolutely insane and there. I mean, I guarantee I'm not even trusting if polls come out this for this next election. Screw it. Don't look at it. Yeah. Don't look. I now I know. And you know what, though, like we have learned that lesson because we're reasonable people who like to cite, you know, actual history and facts, and things that have happened in the past the media's go. I mean, I can't even wait for that clown show of the media going over every single poll that comes out and what it could possibly mean for the country and what it could possibly mean for every single subset of Americans. I mean, they are going to analyze overanalyze, every single poll that comes out, especially the ones who put Donald Trump behind whoever the Democratic Front runner as I mean, get ready. They are going. They will have an entire special on polls, even though they are the ones who were wrong. I mean we were to. Right. But they were the ones who were wrong last time around. They're not gonna learn their lesson at all. I can't wait to watch CNN all election night. So Adam Schiff the one who came out and said as Jason predicted as Jason predicted Jason, you know what? I don't know what it's like to be your wife 'cause it sounds like. You're always. Right. And my household. I'm the one who's always right? I would not appreciate it. Having someone else who's just always, right? But you're right on this Adam Schiff was the one who came out and said, we may have to follow with impeachment. If the Trump administration won't hand over all of this tax return material that we've asked for however. Adam Schiff is not the only one who is calling for impeachment, and there's someone else who's calling for impeachment, and he does not have a D in front of his name. Just in a Marsh. Republican now put her pretty libertarian pretty libertarian. I'd say would I mean he is Republican only because libertarians, don't get elected. Right. That's right. Well, and he's not like the crazy liberty. But he's not too far from that I feel so Jason. I think you have that, that tweet pulled up. What, what was what did he say? I saw this over the weekend, and my is almost exploded because at first, I thought that was almost exploded casing. I'm glad you're okay. Oh my gosh. So this is the tweet that he fires up. And I see the first week. But this is a long tweet thread. I'm just going to be the first one. But so he this is a quote. He goes here. My principal conclusions, number one. And there's four of these attorney general bar has deliberately misrepresented Muller's report. Okay. That's a pretty dang big accusation number two. President Trump has engaged in impeachable conduct number three partisanship has eroded our system of checks, and balances will. Yeah, I agree with that one. Number four few members of congress have read the report. I kind of agree with that. Yes. Actually, let me read the first sentence of his second one. Okay. We probably don't have a screen show that one but I'll just read it. He goes, he's explaining why he thinks bar deliberately misrepresented and why Trump engaged impeachable conduct. So he goes, quote, I offer these conclusions, only after having read Muller's redacted report carefully and completely. Okay. So he's saying that bar, which is a huge smear on bar deliberate Representative the MOS report any saying present trumping, he's impeachable conduct based off the report that we all read the public report. That's everywhere. And there's not much that's redacted. There's not much redacted and all of us have kind of concluded. Okay. Yeah. There's nothing impeachable. Right. But he's the one guy that interprets it differently very bizarre Bill, because even Muller himself, right? Like didn't Muller say when he was kind of questioned he said that Bill did not say anything in his summary. That was inaccurate, right? So I think he said something about what I wouldn't have I would have written it differently or he didn't like love the summary. But when he was really pressed on it. He said there was nothing inaccurate in that report. So how can you go from that to? There was an impeachable offense. You can't. You can't unless you have another alterior motive. Oh, what would that be? That would be, and he's talked about this before he does want to run against President Trump in the twin twenty election. He's, he's voice. You know that he this again, are, are in the past. He said, they'll me I guarantee you. This was a huge media firestorm this lit up social media and the rest of media over the weekend. He's getting his name out there because he is going to run. He's going to run not as a Republican, but as the libertarian candidate. That's what you think. That's what I think think libertarian. Yes. Which he will be the first legitimate candidate under the libertarian. He would. But why would you wanna waste it at a time like this? You know what I mean? Like I mean, I would think if it were me, I would want to wait until they was, you know, I wasn't going to be seen as trying to siphon people out of the, the Republican party from which I currently. Long to like I would want to wait until there was a democrat in office and not be seen as you know, the spoiler. Why would you want that as your legacy? I don't get wait until there's a democrat in office, and then have your moment dude go all in have your moment. But at the particular point in time where you are currently a Republican in congress, there is a Republican president, and we've got all of these socialists, who are running, and it's really I mean, I'm sorry. But it's a dangerous time right now to think that a democrat could become president. Why is right now your moment XIV? I'm so pissed off of these choosing through this. Now, if he exactly how you described if he would've chose to do this. When there's a democrat in office, this could have been huge -servative move. No just mush is conservative credentials are legit, their bona fide. He would've probably led another like tea party esque charge, if he would have ran into this. Ticket. We need a legitimate libertarian party candidate missile would be great. We could get in a third party for once but the way he's doing it, smearing bar doing this against he has no choice. A chance of winning against Trump has no chance. Now. None, the only thing is going to do is he's going to play the basically, he's in a play the piler play the Ross Perot of this election and take that will take significant votes at places like Wisconsin places like that this will be bad for the GOP. It just will be. I just I can't get over it. I cannot get over that. I mean, imagine, we're already seeing Biden's numbers and they could they could slip. They might not be what they are right now but he's his numbers seem to be pretty strong, and, you know, those debates are going to be Jason. I know you're ready for them. You think you're all you're thinking, is the, the amusement purposes. Jason is like he's got his popcorn got his ice cream. He's ready to go. Oh, I am terrified. Because I, I mean I don't have that much faith in Trump's ability to win the election. If it's him vs Biden, then you throw into the mix someone like a mosh, who was going to siphon off people. I mean, I don't know how much obviously, like you said Jason, he's not gonna win, but he's going to have the ability to siphon off a good amount of people. What's, what's going to be crazy about that is going to be no substance? I don't think at all between the president and Biden. They're both very similar in their gaffes. They're going to make these gaffes but, but they all, but they work the camera, and they work the crowd and one liners and everything both equally. Well, so it's gonna be hilarious watching them. But the substance coming from a mosh is going to be huge. Yeah, it will be. Because like I said, I liked mosh before this. I'm irritated with him now over this that he like you said they chose to do this now but as a conservative. Of principled candidate. I love him but not. No. Why not way? This is so bad. I know. All right. I'm gonna go out on a limb and guests that those of you listening. You I don't know. You don't believe in things like abortion, or sanctuary cities, and may not know this, but a lot of times when you do things like pay your cell phone bills, pay your cable bills, whatever you're actually, supporting companies who spend your money that you're giving them to promote liberal causes big mobile has given millions of dollars to a lot of these liberal causes every month. 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Or you can visit them online at patriot mobile dot com slash blaze for free activation. That is one eight hundred eight patriot or patriot mobile dot com slash bolaise. All right. Did you see Jason? Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. Oh, sorry, Alexandria, Cossio Korir tests over the weekend. She tweeted about and I'm pulling it up right now. She tweeted about these, what was it more had college? Every Morehouse class of twenty nineteenth student is getting their student debt load paid off by their commencement speaker. And she said this could be the start of what's known in econ as a natural experiment. Follow these students, and compare their life choices like with their peers like over the next like ten to fifteen years com. Who would be what's known as a natural experiment. Never never never been done before. Never never have we seen philanthropy happen in a capitalist society until Morehouse class of twenty nineteen. This commencement speaker has chosen philanthropy and to pay off their student debt load. Let's see how that capitalism works out. No, I'm sure he was like a government official, and he was locating government funds. Right. Oh, that must be what it was. That must be what it was. No. Oh, wait. No, it wasn't. It's supposed to billionaire, always somebody that she vilifying. He's just a billionaire. He's just a billionaire who chose to get money where he wanted to give money to the bowls. And this woman to even Wade into this this scenario in this, this event when this goes against everything you stand for she's just to understand it. That's a Larry is, this is the person that she would slap a wealth tax on and take tons of his money. So he couldn't do this. She's too stupid to even understand it. I mean you say you say the balls on her, I say, no it's not the balls on her because she would have to understand the hypocrisy statement to have balls through, like she. She just doesn't even get it a natural experiment, that experiment has been going on in the United States for a long time now girlfriend really long. Time now. And that is why this guy has the money to be able to give to wherever he feels. He wants to give that happens in capitalism. That's kind of that experiment is called the United States of America, and it's worked out pretty well so far this little this little natural experiment. We have going on. It's been pretty good to us. I think the billionaire who just gave all that money would agree. But hey, what do I know? What do I know? Frigging awesome, though. Can you imagine being one of those students? I know. That's that's amazing. I know -absolutely amazing. I love capitalism. Oh, love it. Had gray. I am here for that music. Oh my gosh. All right. That was awesome. All right. Sarah Gonzales, here with Jason Butros filling in for Pat gray who you can tune into on the Glenn Beck radio program. Immediately following this show, you can call us. Eight nine zero zero three three nine three or you can tweet us on the internet's Cuza tech over here at blaze TV I am Sarah Gonzales t x and at Jason but'real. All right. Let's see. Brad tweeted out regarding 2016 polls, they were pretty well accurate regarding the popular vote problems that we don't locked presidents by popular vote, but by electors from each state, great point. Brad. And I believe that we have a caller, we've got Mike calling in from Florida. How are you, Mike? Good morning, I all doing. Good morning. We are trying to hang in here. This is early. It is early. We're not used to the schedule or we're doing the best. We can with coffee. Well, I work nights, driving gasoline, tanker. So it's the end of my day. Gotcha. Gotcha. Okay. So we're both. We'll both be tired together on your mind. I'm just tired for a different reason. Anyway, these more Morehouse college students, we don't need to follow him fifteen years. We only need to follow him to next year, when they income taxes and get a us tax Bill for that debt forgiveness that happen for him 'cause that's a. I'm on that. So I'm trying to look that up right now because that's interesting. I know that he didn't give them give the money to the people individually he gave it to a grant at the college. So in the grant will the will then be used to pay off their all their student loans. So I'm not sure how much money if you make a charitable donation to a grant that then gets delved out to other people how much that got taxed, but I'm assuming that he got probably got like a d that's probably a big tax write off for him. If it's a charitable deductions to the school for a grant. So it sounds like he did that pretty dang smart. I guess if you're a billionaire, you might think those things do you get that way because you're, you're pretty thanks smart. But pretty pretty pretty impressive. All right. Thank you so much, Mike. Yeah. No. That's the thing with a with millionaires or billionaires is that they, they've probably figured out, all are these all of these ways of, of doing things to make sure that they keep their money that they've earned and don't let the government wasted on crap. I'm thinking, like a grant from several billionaires towards underpaid, you know, internet media, startups personalities might be in the works right now. Are we could start lobbing for that lobbying? Yeah. Yeah. Have you a Christmas party? Some, some daddy, stand up there and go all of your debts are forgiven that would be nice. That would be nice. Maybe for you know someone who. Who hosts a television show has a really busy life, just kind of, you know. Hey, could use couple extra mill just saying if we're just throwing money around I'm available. You can send it to mercury studio with my name on it. I will take the check, I will take the check. All right. Glenn and Tanya, they moved. They have moved around a lot being in radio and Glennon Tanya launched a company called real estate agents. I trust dot com for a really really simple reason to help you sell your home for top dollar, and as quickly as possible, they obviously became experts in this because they moved around so frequently and what they were finding was they have all of these real estate agents out there who you know, promise a lot of different things they put their faces all over, you know, billboards and benches that you sit your butt on. But they didn't really know how to sell your house for top dollar. They didn't really know the ins and outs of the areas. They were not the experts in the field. Maybe they did it part time. So what Glenn did is he created this partnership with the best the top real estate agents all over the country, and they vetted these people, so Glenn team. Vetted these people their listeners they share your values. So they're going to know if you're moving to another area in your unfamiliar with it, they're gonna know where is going to be the right neighborhood for you and your family to live. They do it full time. These are the people that you can trust when it comes to the biggest investment that you're ever going to make in your life. So if you're looking to buy or sell your home, you can go to real estate agents. I trust dot com. They've got agents again all over the country, they have an agent where you are located. They can help you. That is real estate agents. I trust dot com. All right, earlier, we were talking about Alexandria, a oh Cortes, and the she just owns herself like she just cell phones, more than anyone I've ever ever seen in my entire life is just constantly owning herself. She doesn't even get it. I mean it's, it's almost to the point where her parody account. That's why her period account was so awesome. Which I think is now been deleted off Twitter as an. Yes, it was. Which is absolutely. Yes. It was. I don't and I don't think it was reinstated. I'm not sure that's insane. Was just it said in the title of it parody. Yeah. In Brazil parody way. But I mean, it's hard people can't be like you can't tell the difference when she's going out there tweeting stupid stuff. You can't tell the difference, we don't need and to be honest. You don't need a parody account for her because she is her own parody account. Why not I know? And that's why I mean it wasn't really the parody accounts fault. It was her fault for being so stupid. Like I can't help it that she tweets such stupid things that people can't tell the difference between a parody account and the real account. What's amazing is parody now has been considered like false information, or something like that on social media like Facebook and Twitter. They're not cracking down on parody. Parody has been been used by authors since win. Like, I don't know, maybe since the sixteen fifteen fourteen hundreds or something. Yeah. I mean good. Gosh, I this is not a new thing. I will say the AFC video that I did. And if you haven't seen it, you can go to go to YouTube, go to Sara Gonzalez, unfiltered YouTube dot com slash Sara Gonzalez, unfiltered. And you can find it there, there were, there were a lot of people, I guess, didn't realize that I was not a OC showed a kid, and I was just like, okay maybe they were just listening to it because I don't think I resemble, I mean, I resemble her in the sense that we both have dark hair I was wearing the big glasses. Right. And I had the red lipstick on. And I put the hoop earrings on that. She wears both Hispanic. That's what I'm saying, so racist, there's, like all EU Latin chicks, look the same. That's what they're saying. Oh, ninety highly offended Joe. I'm going to pick something to be highly offended about and that's gonna be. But there were a lot of people who were like, oh, my gosh. I can't believe she did all that. And I was like, I feel like I did a pretty good job of separating it so that people wouldn't accuse me of trying to pretend to distribute false information. Did you get democratized? I didn't are you serious. Yeah. Wow. I didn't. And the blaze, blaze TV put it up on their YouTube. And of course, they've got way more subscribers than I do right now. So it took off on blaze TV, I'll have to check and make sure it didn't get monetize on. There's so last I heard it was not demonetized pretty much everything we put up on blaze for YouTube zip if instantly monetize, I mean, stuff that I we're looking through it, and I'm like, there's nothing that breaks the rules here. What's going on that socialism, special did didn't it? Yes. Yeah. And what there was nothing offensive. It was all historical information. Look, you can't see can't tell the truth and twenty nineteen really can't. It's absolutely. Incited. You can't tell people history. Did you see that there was a separate story of kennison's works turning point, which Harley Kirk? I don't agree with everything she. She works for Prager. You now to. She works Prager you. Wow. Okay. I went I know I was very shocked. I was very or I should say, surprise one of that was an interesting pick our own. Writers here at the blaze Aaron last name colon Aaron colon. He's, he's great. He went to one of their like a blogs it meetings at Kennesaw and was doing here in Hebron. Awesome piece in the blaze, it's still, there should go check it out. But like he said like they're missing heart. They're missing hearts, and there's they're being very like, if you just show up you same stuff that you hear on the left. Yeah. Basically all finger pointing, he said, there's no heart and he goes, very not very many black in the blogs. It. You know meeting. Right. So he says it sounds very, very pandering to your side, and it kind of hit on exactly why the issues I have with Kirk turning point, and Candice, they they're so let combative and there's not a whole lot of I don't know. It's kinda hard for me to put my finger on. But I'm just not big fans of theirs, but they can't Solans was on a list apparently for Facebook. And she was on this list of people to watch like for hate speech. Now. She's now. Oh, that's right. That's right. And she got did. She get kicked off got kicked off for a while. But she got reinstated. But Facebook they didn't deny this list exists in the was on it, which is absolutely same. Because way while I may disagree with a lot of tactics of these people. They're not they're not doing hate speech. Right. That's absolutely insane. Right. And now it's like literally, these are just more and more examples of if you have a different. Nyan than you do not belong on their platforms. They're just drawing volley drawn that line in the sand. They they're doing this as a public company. They people say, yeah. You can do that because there are sorry, private company, they can do it because they're a private company you have. But they're doing this as a private company with government. Some. Yes. Yes. Which is when nevermind support as a platform, right? Not a publisher. Right. So all your platform that means you cannot discriminate against certain people just because you don't like their views that would be a publisher ridiculous ridiculous. And some people would say, hey, Sarah, we should go in, and we should bust up these companies, which I think is absolutely. No. You want government involvement, exactly the gover- exactly the problem is the government involvement in the first place, the law that they wrote the what was the decency, clause or decency? Whatever the law that they wrote where they snuck in the protections for these companies that needs to be taken us take that out. But Jason what about all the porn? What about it? Well is more the morality clause. You know, wasn't that to protect us dramatically. How that started. You got it. We got to protect the people from the porn, you see how more involvement screws way off. So gotta protect the people from Glenn Beck explaining socialism, see that the started with porn now to protecting people from hearing about socialism for crying out loud. And this is nuts. We've gotta protect the people. That's what you won't hear people on the left and even this is what's scary. Even some people on the right now. You won't hear them saying less government involvement. They're saying more government involvement. No. Absolutely not that we, we cannot go in bus, private companies lied to take up the laws that protect those private companies and let them handle their business on their own. That's what I don't get when conservatives make that point. I'm like, how is it that you understand in every other facet that more government involvement is always worse? Right. We always say that about everything, and then all of a sudden, we're going to turn around and be like, no, the government should really get involved here. Like no don't you understand that, that, that particular idea. Applies to everything to everything everything the government touches turns to crap you see how the you see when they talk about the Overton window. Yes. Left. Yeah. That's how far it's moved to where I know even on the right and conservatives, there, I thought is go in and break up those companies that used to not be it's there. I thought should be wait a minute. Let's analyze this y monopolies become so powerful. It's because monopolies become powerful because of an agreement and cooperation between the government and the private company. That's when that happened, when bell became there, the, the monopoly, it was because they were in abled by the government, you gotta go in and cut off that the government support for that company do that. Yeah. Don't go in and get more involved. Yeah. Nations under tweeted, not sure time, my airings, not sure if you're hearing are supposed to be a pair. Look like guitar pick. So killer this big guitar PEC? I don't think they're supposed to be pairs to be honest. I just got them. This is one of many purchases that I made at the festival this weekend. I just got them at a at a festival this weekend. And I just really wanted to wear them because I like sparkly stuff. And, and if I get out of hand, she can turn her head really knocked me out. So it's my way of being Robert France, so wrong because I don't have the arms be able to move around and accidentally smack you just use these earrings target. Yeah. So this week. I'm just going to tell everyone this week for those of you who are watching on television. I am going to try to wear a little bit louder earrings to take away from the fact that it's too early to do my hair, that's a legitimate fashion pick that I just made purposely because I got a throw the hair up in the bun which let's talk about Jason because it is a high. This bun is highly controversial on TV. So I got to throw him a hair in the bun and to make up for it. I have to have to do the earrings so. The bun. Highly controversial Jason. This is shocking Jason. So Jason I wore this a couple of weeks ago, and I will say it was a lot neater than it is now because it was not me waking up at three thirty in the morning, but I was walking down the hallway and I had my hair in a bun and Jason was like you look, really nice your hair looks really, really pretty like that. And, you know, the first thing I obviously said, was, I'm going to HR because I feel highly offended. But the second thing I said, was thank you. It gets so much hate on social media, people are, so I will every single time I wear this bun. I have at least a couple people who tweet him in there like we don't like the bun how crazy we don't like it bones are intelligent. Intelligent. Yeah. That gets up brain in this thing. That's like. That's yeah. To me, it gives that it gives that I guess that, that look of intelligence. I dunno. Professionalism, really like Audrey Hepburn. Right. See that, right? Classic. Look classy. Yeah. I don't know. So one person at one point said you look like Cruella DeVille get. I was like, first of all, I don't have any grey or white hair second of all Corollas Ville. I went back and looked I have never seen krill Davila wear on. So I don't know where that came from person to shut up. That's dumb. But it's it's amazing. And it's always, it's always men. It's always men. We have well, we I think we have a caller, but let do you want to take it now on the back on the at the beginning of the next hour? Jason jets your showgirl. We've only got while you're over here, pointing to me. Well, yeah, I guess I'm still in that a mash stuff, David wants talk about a match, but we can go to Mavericks, ended up being a longer conversation. Dave can hold I wanna make sure I want to make sure that we have enough time for for, for David to make his doing stay on the line because we're going to get to but yeah, so the button is just it's super controversial who knew. And it's always men. It's always men and I will say as I'm talking about this bovine scatology. I'm not sure if. This is a male or female. Hating on my nails to thank you can't win with you people. I'm not getting any like appearance jabs at all. So I don't know what's going on there. You to roll out of bed and come straight ahead on good. Yes. I mean, I'm just saying it's, it's very unfair. It's hard being a girl is harping girl. Listen bovine it's summer. All right. I'm trying to express myself, and I'm sorry that you don't like my nail color. However, I love it, and my son loves it. And that's what matters. All right. I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that you guys do not have a stop light on your kitchen table. That goes run alert. Red alert stop eating stop eating stopped shoving food in your face. Yeah. No stop light on your kitchen table. But you do have a stop light. That is naturally present in your body. It's called OA and sends a signal to your brain that your full, but a lot of us. We don't produce enough OA for that to really make a difference in our bodies. That's why we keep eating and gaining weight. You can get rid his own. Get your body, some help radio contains EA. That's. It's all that. It contains it's one hundred percent natural. And of course, it's derived from olive oil, so instead of chugging leaders of olive oil, you've got it right in a capsule, which I will say is the much easier way to do it ready zone can be your stop light and obviously willpower is only gonna get you so far. So to fight food cravings and to stop eating when you should you might need a better stop light. You can go to radio dot com right now. That's our idea. U Z, O N, E dot com. You can get a special offer there, it is radio n- dot com. Imagine if I were, you know, I don't know someone on the internet, I could make comments about people's weight and their hair being in buns, and their nails. But I wouldn't do that. I wouldn't do that because I don't like to attack people's physical appearances for no reason. Just saying just saying Jason. All right. More Tecom, we've got David coming up next. A lot more fun for you. Stay tones. It's Pat gray unleashed on the that is fake news. Pat gray is not here. Pat gray is getting ready to fill in on the Glenn Beck radio program. So Sarah Gonzales, I here, along with Jason but'real, whose voice has not given out yet. Thank goodness. Yeah. Strong still saying you can call us eight nine zero zero three three nine three and I know that, that we've got a call to got to wanna read some of your tweets really quickly. Bob, blah, blah, blah, blah, and say that ten times, fast said, Marxist, applauding philanthropy, the Bowland therapy, seems counterintuitive unless, of course, she wants the state to be the universal philanthropist. I know that's the thing that she thinks that it should be the universal philanthropist, which we all know would be terrible disaster pickled squirrel, says tune. Ning in just the right time to hear Sarah and Jason talking about balls. Start to the day. Squirrel. I agree with you. The c forty two said Twitter bands official AOC account after mistaking it for satire that actually probably could happen in this world. That would be a not the onion headline coming soon. Riko mbui said notice, Sarah Gonzales, did not say her husband liked the Bunn. Oh, I didn't think I needed to say that. However, he does like the by I'm might have to bring him in here when he gets into work and have him vouch for that. Although I'm not sure if he'll get here in time. All right. We've got another one from the c forty two. So I tuned into the blaze for some laughs only to find out that just in a Marsh is dead to me. I know I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Steve, we here at blaze TV, just like to be your doom and gloom over here. But speaking of Justin Amash, I believe that David from Massachusetts David, you wanna talk about just in a mosh and the best case scenario if he gets on the third party ticket. Yeah. So I was at first shocked like you guys were a little upset, but then I had a wonderful thought okay with a me Horowitz, technically running a democrat. What if the presidential debate stage is Horowitz, the democrat a mosh as an independent, or libertarian, and Trump is Republican that would be amazing? Absolutely amazing. I mean I can't imagine. I mean, I can't imagine like the substance from army, and Amman amazing. I don't know how Trump even handle that situation. He would I mean it'd be very very hard for him to. I don't know. I guess he's continued thrown out, one liners, while the rest of the army, and, and a mosh trying to policy one another. I don't know. I mean, hey, then we wouldn't have a socialist as president. Right. It'd be L capitalists, the democr-. Rats would be happy because I'm pretty sure Trump wouldn't win that election. That's a great point. And that really is at the end of the day, that's all that they care about. Right. Just just not Trump. I wish I wish that I wish that on me had a legitimate shot. I don't I don't know like with, with everyone going crazy. They're crazy radical towards like Bernie, or kind of just what they know is safe in Biden. I don't know what's the what's the feel right now. David in Massachusetts for like, is are they going Biden? Are they going? I know they're not going Republican. Are they going to be more Biden? It's all over the map. I actually know a lot of people who hurt to say, but they're warrant really. Yeah. It's, it's weird here. But the other thing is you gotta remember back in two thousand six Rush Limbaugh pushed a lot of Republicans to shoot. Switch democrat to vote for Barack Obama over Hillary Clinton. So without a real Republican runoff this year, maybe a whole bunch of Republicans will switch over to democrat. But the primary invoke or I know I would right? That's an interesting. I like it. I like the optimism I like the optimism, David. I like it because we're sitting here. Yeah, we're sitting here like, oh, Justin come on David's. Like, but what if what if vivid what's, what's your because you said, I you said you were disappointed, but I was too. And what sucks I loved Ammash before this. I think I was weird as I still like him based off of principle, but just doing it now really irritates me, what's your opinion on, on just an after this. I don't know. He might be looking at it in a huge rather run now against trum then in twenty twenty four against her. I mean, if it's crews of the Republican and image, the libertarian than you're you're doing the same thing. I don't know. You're always going to run into that with the third party for sure. I you know, thanks, David, David. I really think I hate that were two party system, and I hate it. I know we're supposed to be this. No, we weren't. And it's hard because, you know, you get to a point where it's like how do you how do you solve that? How do you how do you get us out of that jam where we can finally start adding more parties, because the two parties are so big, and so powerful, they're never gonna let that happen. And people are so preprogramed now that, that is what it is. We have two parties. It's like there's no way out. All right. When we talk about health and nutrition. Yeah. Love talking about that. Jason's over there, like, oh. Go to the healthy stuff. Not so fast. What about? A way to get your vegetables that it actually tastes good. And so you're getting the nutrition, you're getting, you know, your daily value of the vegetables, and the nutrients, vitamins, all of that you're getting that, but you're not actually having to eat brussel sprouts and broccoli. And all of those things I usually stake in mashed potatoes for every mill getting enough vegetables. You think right now you're not a so what you need is field of greens field of greens is it's real USDA, organic fruits and vegetables. It's complete with anti-oxidants it boosts, immunity. It is pre biotic and probiotic. And I have to tell you in our household, sometimes even my husband will be like I don't eat enough vegetables. Today. I'm need field of greens. I'm gonna drink some just so that I can feel better about, why are you laughing? I've never said that my life. My husband wants to stay healthy. So he can stay around a long time for me because let me tell you living with me as a blast. Okay. So it tastes great. That's the thing is we mix it in water. It tastes delicious. My son is even normally kids, turn their noses up at stuff, that is green. And they're like want that. It's green. My son has tasted it before. He's like, oh, can I fill Greene's, can I filled up greens can I filled of greens? All we do is mix it in water. You can mix it in juice. You can mix it in a smoothie, you can hide it from your kids, if they won't have the green, but they need their vegetables, you can hide it in a smoothie, but you can go to brickhouse Pat dot com. Get fifteen percent off your first order with the offer code pets. That is brickhouse. Pat dot com. Get you that fifteen percent off of your first order with the offer code, Pat. All right. So. We were talking. We got a little bit sidetracked. It would be, you know, it's shocking. I know to everyone out there to hear that we were talking about something and Jason derailed it, and we went off on a completely different hell. Let's get back to those Emily Radic, hausky, Instagram posts. I was setting up me and your husband had a little thing. You know that whole thing was meat, I think was collusion wasn't it? Not between the two of us just to see Sarah could protests at home all weekend long. So I'll have to get with him today and see how find out. Find other happen. Oh my gosh. You men ridiculous. No comment, whether or not I. That is not as off air conversation. Jason hill, it wasn't like the Serra March down the hallway Gonzales home. I mean you gotta make sure to keep the blinds. Thank you. Matthew mcconaughey telling us there. I don't want the I don't want the neighbors to call the cops that reminds me speaking of derailing. That reminds me. I read in, I'm in this little mom's group on Facebook and I read in the mom group that she said, I ran inside to a grocery store ran inside to the, the local grocery store here, and I left my eleven and a half year old daughter in the car running, obviously, I left her in the car with the she was like playing games on the phone, right? So left her in the car with the phone ran into grab something for like, five ten minutes came back out to a bunch of cop cars surrounding her car because someone had called the cops on her for leaving her daughter in the car, and the cops actually informed her that you are not allowed to leave your children alone for more than five minutes until they're fourteen, and then after that, technically, you're not allowed to leave them alone further than that, until they turn eighteen what that's a law. That's what she said. Now I haven't. Vetted this. But she said that. That's what the police told her. That makes no sense because the car was running with the air conditioner on. Yeah. So I mean, the whole point is you can't leave them in because it's so hot, right? That's the point. And fourteen. Like a twelve or thirteen year old is not old enough to just sit in the car was like five minutes. Yes, it was like right down the street from where I live that doesn't grocery store that I go to it doesn't surprise, me in Texas, they are hypersensitive to that. And but why will the I don't get because? That's what I'm saying like the cars running. That's why I'm saying I get being hyper sensitive about. A hot cars in the middle of summer. Like I get that. And I am all for if you see an animal if you see a dog in a car in even in the springtime when the car is not running and the winner of the rolled up you break the window break the window and let that dog get some air. I get that I get the hot car, but with the car running. I mean that's pretty big. Brother big government is here to tell you how to raise your children. You're not allowed to leave your child alone. In a car, kind of ridiculous to for the people nowadays are such was that they run from conflict, if they have a problem with something they instantly call authority. Why didn't they if really had a problem with it? And it was like crucial that minute. Why would you would on the police? Why wouldn't you walk in tell like the managers like do like one of those Charl clamping? But then Earl we got you know, and then they could walk down the, the cars on, you know, the air conditioners on. But people are such wusses nowadays. I had people are always calling the, the what do you call it the dogcatcher? No, the animal control on me. Because I have like a big Doberman. When I let her outside, do you really he goes? Yeah. Never knew that she had a Doberman, growing up a three legged doberm- you serious. I've always had dobermans my entire life. That's awesome. But I love him. There's such. They are. But every time I let her out she goes insane. Yeah. People walk in their dogs, and then they'll call the pound on me port. You're like I'm like why did these are my neighbors? Yeah. Why don't they come and talk to me? Are they that scared of me or my family or are they dislike don't know how to handle anything? So the first thing was calling thorn. Eighty people are saying, yeah, people are so scared to confront other people and give them their full opinions. I and I will say this is coming from someone Jason if I were your neighbor, I would March straight over to your house, and I would ring your doorbell, and I would tell you to shut your dog up, what I would do. I do it. I know you would be like shut up zero. And I'll be like, well, now I'm calling animal called thing, and that's how you're supposed to. Yes. That is how you're supposed to do that is what I did. Now, I will say, I don't mind I would love to hear what the what the listeners thing. I don't mind it if it's like, okay it's a dog, that's passing by and it's just a barking. And then stop now people that live across the alley for me. Because we have alleys still here in Texas people who live across the alley for me. They had a dog a couple dogs, and they would literally just bark at the air like it would be windy, and they would bark and it went on for hours at a time. Apparently this dog had some anxiety issues and it just barked all the time. And that's when I'm like, you know what if I'm sitting in my bedroom, where I pay my mortgage, and I can't relax because I hear your dog barking over and over incessantly that's a problem for me. So I went to. Them like a good neighbour should, and I was like guys you've got to do something about the dog, like I can hear it. They're like you can't hear it in your in your house, unlike no, but I can, so you got to do something about how do I know about it? I'm not I'm not sitting in my in my backyard just waiting for your dog to park. So I can complain. Sure you much better things to do. And so I'm like, you got to do something I like you said, when you're sitting in your room paying your mortgage, like, Well, I, I was sitting in my room on my computer. But they still didn't do anything and actually they were very rude to me about it. And so then I was I said to myself, I am going, they're going to regret this. And so then I had the little log from animal control where you log every time they bark and bark, their barked at this time barked at that time, you don't mess with me. And then they got rid of the dog control. No no owners. They didn't know what to do because they, they didn't they didn't wanna bring them inside. And that's that's what gave them away to someone else. I'm fully like versed on the situation because I've had like almost like close screaming matches with the with animal control, because this having multiple times in my house, and I'm like pay us stood in the in the middle of the street when they pulled up and Louis turning around going. Does anybody wanna talk to me this anyone wanna talk to me? I'll have a straight man figure this out. I'm not talking to this dude, this animal control, then he's like, well, or got to give you this form or, or this morning. You know, like shut up dude. Get outta of here. Like, I feel like seeing you, the neighbors are looking through the blinds, right at Jason do creek. Yeah. Jason with his chef puffed out armed dot going to talk to whoever wants to talk to me. I'm right here. I feel like that might be the reason why people are not coming. I got mid Boeing up a little bit. You know. You know, like they're talking to me plex pointing at the same time. I'm gonna go out on a limb and say. Yeah. I guess, okay? So I'm not helping myself. We'll be back. Grade on. Welcome back. I'm Sarah Gonzales here with Jason Butros filling in for Pat gray who you can hear next on the Glenn Beck radio program. You can call us. If you got something to say eight nine zero zero three three nine three or you can tweet us at Sarah Gonzalez T X, and it's at Jason Butto. I have Jason Byrne have Jason Byrne on the internet. Are you ready? Are you ready to be fair? Sara Gonzalez does look like a six year old librarian with the bun. But at least she doesn't look like she's auditioning for the next Brokeback mountain movie with Dunham shirt. Oh. Racked. Wait. Why can't you were denim shirt? I think it's you're like you just farmers all over the world. Ranchers, man. All right. Let's think someone else called me a six year old librarian to does this really do. I look sixty. I mean I get like maybe fifty but sixty is too far come, sixty two far people, maybe fifty but I wouldn't go sixty all right? Before we get back into the conversation. I wanna talk about what's going on with today's medical industry, so heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's cancer. These are all, of course, horrific illnesses, that plague countless Americans today. Now thankfully, America's doctors and researchers are working around the clock to find cures for all of these awful diseases. But if government officials like HHS secretary, Alex czar, have their way, all of that could change in an instant, so their government managed bureaucratic approach will set US medical innovation back decades. Ultimately, forcing countless Americans to die waiting for treatments. They, they may never actually discover I mean so basically, what's happened? In the UK now could happen here we cannot afford to let that happen. You can go to WWW dot freedomworks dot org slash Pat and tell secretary czar to fix patients. Not prices before American suffer from medicine, shortages and face. Endless wait times for treatments. Thankfully freedom. Works freedom works is sounding the alarm, but they have to have your help. They have to have every single person banding together on this. That's why we are asking you to go to WWW dot freedomworks dot org slash Pat. Tell czar and members of congress to fix patients, not prices now. We do not want this socialized medicine, experiments WWW dot freedomworks dot org slash Pat. Go there now. Wanna talk for a second about work etiquette. Can we talk about work ethic? It. Okay. So I don't have much. So this might be interesting conversation. Well, I mean, first of all, you come to work sick. So that's already shirt. That Jason is hurt. Founded. So for you've already got that first strike against you for coming to work sick, you better. Watch it all for you, girl. So when you go to your office coffee machine if you have a Curic. You put the pot in right? And then you close it and then you make your coffee. Do you open the carry back up when it's done and throw the pot away all my God. Or are you a human being has those are the only two options you have dude every morning when I come in here they're nasty pod is stuck in there. And the frigging water is out. And after refill it every time I have to refill the water all the time, too, we must be the only two people in the building that new filling the water in the Carrick biz pisses me off, every time I feel like every time I show up to the Curic it means water, and what else is out. What else is out the so ring the water the big water water tank? Yes. So that's, that's where I'm going with it. Right. So, so say with me. So if you work in an office where you are using k pods remove the pod, the used pod that you just use after you leave the coffee area. It's just the right thing to do for the low. I mean like I don't leave my trash for other people to pick up. You're not gonna leave your trash out somewhere else for someone's pickup. So why are you going to leave it in the pod? Trust me, your co workers are watching you and judging you rightfully so second. We have these big what are what, what are the big jugs of water that you put in there into the water? Big jugs, and I completely lost all like I cannot. I'm just like I work with. I'm down for the count. I don't know. I'm looking up Emily Radic house yesterday. That big giant job, you can get ordered. You did it again, by, Emily. Yes. Spark maine. Thank you voice of God in my ear. The big sparkling. It's containers Ohka containers. So we have the water system where you take the big, huge sparkling container of water of water. Jason and hook it up into the water system and put the belittle pipe in there and shut up Jason. And then everyone gets water out of it. So I being the little fragile woman that I am. I can't I can't get the the I can't pick up that container and hook it all up. So I got away for a man to do it both of the water systems, this morning were completely out, and there's a red light when, when out so you men, no men know that it's out in your choosing not to do a man's work and hook up the water so everyone can say hydrated at work. I don't get it. I mean I. Think sometimes it's like patriarchy thing, we just like really wanna stick it to, you know, women and be like, I'm not going to refill that. Yeah. But then you don't get hydrated either. That's true. Nobody gets hydrated. When the men don't do their part side. So that, that does me too. That's the other thing. There's no what's even worse is when there's a K Cup in the coffee machine the water is out of the coffee maker. And then you can't even refill it with the water dispenser, because that thing is out to absolutely insane. Oh, you got the pitcher that you can fill up at the Canada. Some it's like a triple strike on the on the on the water etiquette. Yeah. So for those of you out there, who work in an office, you gotta you gotta brush up on your office etiquette. You gotta brush up coming up next. I'm you know what else when we're talking about office etiquette. There's something else that. You cannot do not work. Jason I don't think that you've seen the story I cannot and not wait to share it with, you know, half to hear this, you need to know. You've gotta know the, the latest in office etiquette. Coming up next. This is Pat gray unleashed. Pat gray is not here. Pat gray we'll be with you here shortly filling in for Glenn Beck on the Glenn Beck radio program. I am Sara Gonzalez here with Jason butter. All yes, you can call into the show on that number if you are watching television at the bottom of your screen, it's eight eight eight nine zero zero three three nine three or you can tweet us at Sara Gonzalez, t x Jason but'real. Let's see putting on a Ritz says knowing how many nerds follow, Pat, Sarah, you could wear Princess laya buns, and be an instant hit. Oh my God. I love that. That's a glaring with the gold steel bikini. All the way that we will protest doing that. And that will be, we'll be my pro that would be might program. Your daily protests. I love it. I love it. The c forty two says the new state slogan of Massachusetts. It's weird here. All right. Pat's gadfly academy. Why are you guys surprised by the ridiculous age standards for leaving children alone? We have to make sure we have thirty year old children who need to remain dependent on something besides themselves. I e the government great point, especially when we we're supposed to keep our children on our health insurance plans up to age twenty six stoop. We're, we're not really a we're not really teaching them that they can be independent people. Yeah. Great point. Quiet storm says that poor eleven year old that was in the car is going to be traumatized for life after being in the car surrounded by cops. I agree, imagine. I didn't think about that. How freaked out? Yeah. Kid was like, what the heck is going on? She never gonna wanna stay in the car again anyway. So the police just solve that problem she'd be like, mom. I am not going to stay in the car loan. I wanna go in with you, until I'm twenty. And then to short or taken says, if the argument for leaving kids in the cars is the heat than. Okay. But what about someone stealing the running car with your kid in it? That's a great point. That's a very, very fair point was the car locked. I mean well, that's a good point too. I mean if the car was locked in well, if the car was locked, but I guess, you know going down that road just to play devil's advocate. You could say there could be a person with a gun that says open up the unlock the door shoot, yo, but you've got to trust that you're allowed me. And what are you gonna leave a, a gun for your love and a half year old to pull out to protect themselves from that? But again is the is the why does that warrant if you, if you really care. We're scared about that, that somebody was gonna come and kidnap the kid then why why would your first thought be hey, I'm calling the cops immediately. Why don't you just walk into the store and say, hey, you know, kinda worried about this seen this in the news lately, you know, you might want to have your kid come in because I'm just kinda nervous. Yeah. Then that is how we used to do things. Right. But now we're we. This over-dependence on on police officers. And in my opinion, that's, that's worse for the police officer that makes it to where, you know, the police police are, like intervening everything. And that's what pisses people off when they intervene in everything when they do this, in minority communities, then when the cops are intervening for stupid stuff, like traffic, accidents or trapped, by the way, Sarah, why why are their legal? Here we go are the, the, the people that protect us. Be amazing men women that protect us from murderers axe. Murderers terrorists pick whatever crazy psycho was out there nowadays. Why do they also have the job of excuse me? You pull too far over this line. And you stop at the stop sign that's dumb that stupid who should be. You're saying we should just have to separate. Yeah. People who do that have like some slight, I remember like when I was in LA, I mean to rare, I do think that like detectives you get your way to that point. Right. You're not like going to go. Solve a murder case as detective and then turning around at the end of the day, and going to, to direct traffic. Right. I remember when I when I was in LA that we had these everyone made fun of them. They were the people that they were the parking police, and they would just drive around their stupid, little car. If you're parked in a metered slot. But you didn't you're like anywhere. You're not supposed park, right? You ticket. Yes. Like I could see, like turning like broadening something like that. And like traffic monitors I don't even come cops like traffic monitors and if yeah. If you if they catch speeding or go into a rolling stop at a stop sign they'll, you know, rights ticket or whatever. But then we can just kind of direct our annoyance onto the Paul blocked traffic monitors, you know, and that's okay. Let the cops wouldn't spec full Jason a little bit. But like, but, but it's a force that doesn't even exist anymore. So who cares? I mean it doesn't exist currently that we cops do be cops and do what they're supposed to do which is being amazing in saving us from the terrorists, and axe murders. I like turned that arou-. Round into into a respectful, boom job jog that. All right. So speaking of crimes, the FBI is former head of cybercrimes just warned homeowners on sixty minutes. Recently that foreign and domestic thieves can steal your home online. So we're not talking about someone breaking into your house, where you can have an alarm system, and the cops can come and everyone's alerted that it's happening. 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You can go to home tidal, lock dot com and register for a free titles cannon report that is a hundred dollar value for free with your sign up, do not let this happen to you. Go to home tied lock dot com and register gets you that free hundred dollar value title scan, that's the only way, the only way you're gonna find out if you've already been compromised is to go to that search at home tidal lock dot com. So Jason I told you that I was going to tell you about something else. New work etiquette rule that you need to be following now. This is this is in the UK. But as we always say things that happened in the UK first trickle to America. What five years ten years? I don't know. It's usually the lately, it's more like two more like a couple of months. And if you wanna know what's going to happen here, this look over what they're doing. Yes. Yes. So. A lot most people in the UK employees insist that hugging and kissing in the office should be banned, because it's just really increasing confusion, and stress surrounding how degree colleagues. Okay, let let's just kissing early talking tongue. Or are they talking? Oh, talking like full on necking or are they talking about what, you know how they are as in the UK or, you know, the in foreign countries? They do the little kiss on the on both cheap or maybe on one cheek nothing wrong with that nothing. I'm a lot of times. I don't even think you actually make contact. Right. Like my, yes my lips. Don't actually make contact with the other person's cheek good. But you do them, so they hear it on both sides, and it's, it's fine. That is the most ridiculous greeting. Oh, that's ridiculous. Come on. That's, that's so European. Right. It's kind of cute. I like it. I've seen it here. I like it. I see it more like my wife's family. They're latin. Yes. They, they do the whole blood. Yeah. They, they try to like, when I first met them, like a lot of his like a lot of her female relatives were leaning into do that. And I was like, totally pulling back. Get out of my space, and it was kinda, like, funky benches. Kind of how Americans are. But I don't know this. So one third of employees had said that they had been affected by awkward, greetings. From colleagues attempting to navigate the social minefield three out of four people who were surveyed, they said that they would support a ban on physical contact in the workplace. How do you even put a how do you do that? Like. If you touch that person you will get fired do not touch anyone. So what physical contact is allowed our handshakes allowed because then they'll be like, oh, hey, did he just rubbed my top of my finger, when I know if you're talking about someone like Donald Trump, then it's like well this handshake was too long. So how long is too long of a handshake because Trump's been known to shake hands for twenty thirty seconds at a time, just keep shaking, I'd say, then that will be the next one is if they allow handshakes then it will be that the handshake is too. It's, it's too long. You gotta time. You're handshakes. This sounds like a bunch of dorks that like have been like have gotten into some like I dunno uncomfortable handshake or hug situations. And they just did not handle it. So now they're like, you know what I'm saying. Like if you go for the if you go lean in for the hug, and they put the hand out to shake your head. Yeah, that sucks like like crab that does happen. Okay. Well, it does. Does I guess, and that's happened to me before I think, especially being a female in the workplace. I think a lot of times men are so they're so worried right now with the me too movement that they might get into a situation where they've, they're going to be called into HR because they've offended a woman by trying to hug her. But all have people who they're repeat guests or whatever, and it's a man and he goes for the handshake and I'm like, what are you doing? I don't wanna handshake. And I try to make it you know, as casual as possible do the but out hug where it's like it can't be too intimately. You know you kinda like Bo your back and just kinda excel do the output hug. Yeah. I mean. I guess it is the but out, hog or side hug side hug. I love the side. That's true. Yeah. It's very cash. No weird. Feelings can be associated with. And what's up? Oh, yeah. I mean bra what up? But I mean Furthermore, why why is the sticking with people, right? Like they're very affected by this. And you just said, well, when you're the person who's going in for something, and the other person doesn't do it, that sucks, which is true. But I mean you're over it after about thirty seconds. Right. You're not letting it consume your day. Are you hours later? Are you like, oh my gosh? I, I don't think that they were going in for the hug at first, and I was. And now I really don't know how to handle this. I guess it really boils down to how insecure your. So if you're on that in, and you're really insecure that bugs you if you're very insecure, just about I don't know, like life life in general yourself, if even if you're a woman in your in your in hugs worry you like that, then I would have to say there has to be some kind of insecurity. I mean you saying that sounds so stupid. How could a hub worry. You. I don't know people are looking to find things that offend them nowadays. It's just like if it's not even like it's not even offended it's just people can't handle any sort of awkward social situations. And I feel like social media is a big part of that because we're so used to not having to deal with, you know, social situations quite frankly at all anymore. We can do everything online, we can shop online. We can. I was just listening this morning on the radio. There's an app that you can get gas delivered. What who knew they they'll come to your, they'll come to your car? They'll bring you gas. They'll fill your gas tank up. You can have them wash your car, you can have them change her oil while you're at it. So we don't we can do all these things with apps, and we don't have to really have these conversations in person. There's another consequence to that is that social, you know, the, the awkward. Conversations. The negative conversations aren't had either and then people have absolutely no idea how to handle them. And that's another huge tribute to capitalism of on one hand. They lack of social interactions sucks. But, like we can nowadays, we can literally, we don't have to leave our house, anything the service for everything. That's a great point. So just so you guys know just be very careful with your, your touching in the workplace. And I think we need to come up with a form. That everyone can see in the workplace. Maybe it's posted in the break room that shows what is appropriate. Physical contact in what is not, but out hug, or side hug. I think about, you know what I'm talking about. I really I, I was like, what are you talking about? You're right. You're right. Oh, quiet, storm has another one. Thank you quiet storm office etiquette. I'd appreciate it. If women didn't talk on the phone in the bathroom, then maybe they could wash their hands when they're done. That is huge problem for me to you go into the bathroom. I don't I don't think this happens in the men's room, I bet it doesn't talking on the phone. Yeah. Woman, I'm like you go in the bathroom to try to get your business done. And there's someone in the stall next to you talking on the phone never seen that before. But first of all, how are these people, I'm not what you want to be talking on the phone while you're in the middle of business. But you know what I have seen this happens a lot when men walk up to the urinal, and they're standing there and one hand, there's something else in the other hand is the phone. That's insane. Oh, I know. And I've called people out on that before. Oh, you haven't holy call them out in that makes them. So uncomfortable. What do you say? Says the guy who's like I don't understand why neighbors. I'm right here. I'm right here people. Why won't you talk to me? I'm the guy tries to make it uncomfortable. So I'm like, hey, dude, nice manicure? You got going on over there. And they're like. And then. Hey, man. Nice watch. She got on there. What does that? Yeah. Is that a little doesn't say five minutes till okay? Yeah, I was curious what time was? Jason, you know what I am so, like open with that. Because let me tell you where that happened. I am not bashful in the slightest. So when this happened in the Marine Corps in the in boot camp, there's sixty guys and they'll give you like in the squad bay. They'll give you literally thirty seconds the bathroom so sixty guys rushing about them. They will only be four urinals on the wall. So you will have the least ten guys shoulder to shoulder on each. Our troops. You gotta love them. They endure this type of stuff. So you can imagine that scene, but ever since that happened. I was like, like I'm totally fine with everything. And I'm gonna like make other people if I'm not if I'm gonna make them as uncomfortable. Paul is really, really nice of you. Imagine how dirty our phones are though. All I know I'm gonna go there. I really think I read something that was like your phone is dirtier than like your trash, or like a toilet or totally. Yeah. And I totally believe that after they said that. And your computer keyboard, after after I read that I thought to myself. Well, it makes sense dude. We have our phones. And I'm sick. They were in the office. You're not allowed to that's right. They there were on our phones in the bathroom, then we'll so whatever we're doing. It's all of our phone, then we wash our hands. But we don't wash our phone mean just touch iphone, again, how many times someone passed off their phone to you. Yeah. Like, oh, hey. Check this out. Yeah. Yeah. Next nurse. My hand sanitizer. Also can we talk about for a second? Why is it a requirement that men don't just make a mess in the toilet, but they do? Yeah, all of you do know none of none of you are clean in the bathroom. Yeah. I don't know my, my, my husband is my wife is the is the messy. When in are really oh, yeah. There's stuff everywhere like, well, no, I mean I mean when it comes to getting the urine into the toilet. Oh, I Gotcha. I don't know. You just you can tell if they're going to be a good shooter from how accurate, they are in the bathroom at what you gotta have aim. You can tell they they'll be a good shooter like basketball or anything. But I was thinking guns. Oh, okay. Yeah. Got to have good aim. If you don't have him in the bathroom the rain. Wow, the more you know what I'm all kinds of. Than more. You know what if I had my son is, so messy. I'm like the toilet has a giant hole, surely, you can make it somewhere within that range. I don't understand. You didn't do that. You didn't do the whole like you throw areas. Well, yeah, aim for those. Oh man. Oh, that's like gold right there. But then, when do you take it away 'cause I feel like then from now until kingdom com, he's going to be like, where the Cheerios for my toilet Transi, a won't matter because he'll take that through like even today like bubbles and stuff. I'm like Ayman for bubbles. And like. Knocked another one out. You do that with a little kid. It's crazy. Like, all right. Son proper sight, alignment, proper sight, picture. Squeeze offer. Monday. It's only Monday the rest of the week. Kick us off. We're never coming back. I feel the bosses coming up there. They all right. All right. Jason, you said that by listener requests. You are to explain the everything that's going on with trade and China right now. Cannot do the think right now. You think how much time do we have you said you could do it quickly? We've got like six minutes. Do we have this? Okay. So this is going to be the fastest explains from, you claim you could do it quickly. Okay. So, yeah, you can do anything quickly, quite frankly. But so there's a China thing going on right now. The Trump over the weekend. President Trump tweeted that China was pulling out of a lot of these of these trade agreements. It wasn't him. It was them pulling out of them, of course, every time we hear anything about the stock market either shoots way down or comes back up. If anytime there's news stock market reacts to it, and a lot of people are concerned about the tariffs and everything. I'm not a big fan of the tariffs, but there is something that needs to be done about China now, this is not a trade war. Let's, let's tack terific the hashtag to again. Let's get that start. Let's get that thing right now when you hear about this, and they're talking about this, they trade war, even when the president says that he doesn't mean trade. War. This is an economic war. This is an economic war that China started. Now they did have tariffs against some of the some of our stuff that automobile stuff like that. But that really wasn't what was bothering. I don't think the Trump administration so much the, the things that were bre bothering. The Trump administration was, what China has been doing since around two thousand issue whenever that I don't remember when they joined the World Trade Organization. But what basically what they've been doing is they were making all this crap that we have right now that you can order from China, off Amazon, that takes thirty days to get here and it's like this crazy cool shirt, you see on there for acute top or whatever you get an it doesn't fit. And it sucks. China makes a ton of those, their economy's gone through the roof based off of stuff like that problem is now is they're trying to transition away from that. And they're trying to make like, really high tech stuff like phones, like with wow, away or IT equipment like stuff like that semiconductor stuff like that those are all the things that we have put tariffs on. So if you looked at all the tariffs, right now, it's on all this stuff. They're now trying to push out to the rest of the world that are really high end. Now, this is how, like let's, let's take friends. It's alway you've heard about force technology transfers. So basically, when the flagship companies when, when like companies are such apple Cisco whatever go there to operate. They have a China Chinese communist party office, that is co located with that company, and they also force us does to work with one of their companies giving over like all of our secrets all of our stuff and say, hey, if you wanna if you want access to a billion, plus people, then you had to play by our rules. So what they do the exact same time as we do that. They set up a separate company. They set up their own apple or whatever, like, wow way, again, and then they use all of our source code, these all of our everything. And then basically steel the steel steel, the ideas, the innovations everything, and then they then go to other markets outside of China, and then they start pedaling off all their stuff. This is absolutely insane. It's absolutely criminal while way. Actually was started by a military official military agai in the Chinese military. He was also a member of the communist party. One of their officials his job is to cure technology. He stole the source code from a US company. I think it was Cisco amount to check what someone was from one of the US companies, y'all Wally wasn't even serious at that point until they stole our source code. Then they became a juggernaut. They are today. That's why we're going after awhile way. They want to push out all of these all of their IT Whitman other fi-, five stuff chips stuff. But while way in other companies like that they're not just companies like they're in the United States, their official state actors, they're both company and state actor. This is an insanely scary security threat to the rest of the world going forward. If we have all these companies that are setting up networks and supply, trains, and all the stuff as, as members of the communist party in, in China. That's. This is all about. It's an economic war, something that we have to stop. So don't when you see trade war, that's a small part of it. This is about stopping something going into the future. And I don't I don't really know like it doesn't benefit them to stop this. When every time you see that China pulled out of it. They're not pulling out of a trade agreement. They were negotiating ceasefire in this war, so ever. So it's really important. Feeder remember the semantics, the, the actual words that they're using? But really, meaning something else, like old communist dialectics. This was a was a plan to halt. It was like a ceasefire, not a trade agreement. Ted as breakdown brought to you by Jason bilateral, Jason but'real before we go. 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Ep 272 | I Went to the Tulsa Trump Rally! | The Chad Prather Show

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Ep 272 | I Went to the Tulsa Trump Rally! | The Chad Prather Show

"Hey Parts. How do another episode? The Chad aether show it's a great Monday in the Mothership Studio twenty two puppet master mark at the helm, sitting alongside the lovely candidacy, the queen of the Ethiopians in her throw on her throne with her crown. Did y'all have again. Because I'll tell you this is the best I've felt on a Monday on a long time it was. I can feel the energy I like it. Yeah, it was a good week. I'm I'm charged up. I'm ready to go. This is going to be a fun. Exciting episode I've got a lot to say. A lot of opinions I'm GONNA solve the world's problems on some things and It's going to be back in studio. Sometimes I dread coming in here on Monday, Steve. Just because it's Monday always look forward to Monday so people who know me know that Sunday tends to be might depressing day. There's reasons for that, but it just tends to be. Of, dreading, knowing that I gotta get back into it again and Blah Blah Blah. But it was a good weekend. Father's Dave's was yesterday. which everybody happy Father's Day, hope? Everybody had a good one. We love those made up holidays. They're fantastic. Did you guys do anything special for Father's absolute went day drinking you. Kid somewhere where you left the kids. Daydream, and they drink in. We had a good time. Our Buddy Zach. Texted me yesterday and he said I think I'm. He's I'm down here. There's a restaurant, not restaurant. There's a car dealership in south Fort Worth is Kabq can company, but there are wine locker. Basically there are wind, or but they'll sell you a Cadillac while you're in there if you want one. Did you know that you can actually buy Cadillac? Come, on the menu. Ya So. Anyway, he said we're Kent and company, and I'm sitting next to a guy. Think it Steve from the show. And I said Stab Him. Said well. My Wife's pretty convinced him, and I don't know anybody else. That wears an oilers hat and I said well. There's only one person I know that has. blankie thing like that and I said you know crappy. Thing like that and anyways so low while later he goes. This dude is still drinking champagne on my tab. I can't make it by drinking. A. I told you to stab him. Dude, I'm like good luck getting out of that, so you guys. You didn't have a headache today. No, I didn't have that much. A couple of bottles of champagne and I was like I had a couple of glasses, Zach as he's a wind dealer Y it, so he knows his wine. He knows his stuff. Yeah, we me and him talked some business other side hustle business. Come on the one. You produce whining women with the girls on your party network party foul. Yeah hardest nation on Youtube. So that'll be exciting because he knows a lot about was wandering. I've learned to start drinking the per Seco- instead of champagne. Tiny bubbles in the. Don't give me as big. A headache is the big bubbles in the champagne. As what I've learned never knew. What I've learned I should just quit drinking altogether. Anything that hurts you like that. We got a big show going to be. It's going to happen today, though folks. Here's what I'm GonNa do, We're GONNA. We're GONNA talk some of the headlines because they're absolutely ludicrous. I was at president trump's Tulsa rally. I want to break that down for you because. It's always one thing when you see it firsthand, and then you go and see the media's interpretation of something. It's really mind blowing how that works these days? And so I want to break that down for you. Tell you what happened what I saw. What was there the good, the bad and the ugly? And then I'm going to I'm GonNa fix some things. I told you. I was to fix some things one of the things I'm. GonNa do is I'm GonNa fix white guilt wants them for all. I'm going to fix the idea of white veal. I have the solution. It's GonNa take care of all of it I promise you. We're GONNA solve that problem on today's episode. 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D. called nine seven two Patriot that's nine seven two patriot, or you can go to Patriot mobile dot. Com Slash Chad I. Want you to go get your customized family plan today starting at just twenty five dollars as unbeatable nine seven two, patriot, nine seven two Patriot or Patriot mobile dot com slash big show coming up, we'll be right back. I WANNA. Get into a couple of headlines. Because some of these. You just can't ignore one of the ones that's out there right now. Is Bubble Wallace, who of course is? The Nascar African American driver which is funny to me how these guys really capitalize on this African American thing? Darrell Wallace senior is bubble. Wallace's father narrow wallace is wider than you. Okay site I haven't watched NASCAR. A longtime so new. Darrell Wallace senior is bubble Wallace's Dad and this this whole. Jumping on the bandwagon of 'cause look I have no problem with that, but don't come to the public. This is the thing that wears me out like Colin. Kaepernick raised by White Parents Okay Shaun King. There's evidence out there that Shaun King. Who who was always claimed that his mother was white, and his father was black. There's evidence out there first of all on his birth certificate. They say that Shaun King, who was You know, Bill Leader says on his. Birth certificate then he's white. and. It says that his father's white, so that's interesting. And of course you got the whole ratio Rachel Dulles Golfing. Look. I've said this before this show. None of your Africans okay, if you if you WANNA define me I i. You know the time spent. I'll take you to Africa and I'll show. You're not African. You're not African. American okay, if you WANNA claim whatever race. That's fine with me, but don't. Would this whole persecuted thing you? This is not an African. American issue that you're dealing with and claiming all of this eighty, we're going to deal with all that later with the white stuff. But of course, he's claiming that someone left news over the weekend in his stall at Talladega. You know NASCAR has now banned any confederate flags. at in a NASCAR races. There was an airplane that flew over with a banner behind that had a defunct NASCAR had confederate flag on it. Of course, bubba Wallace has been very outspoken about this whole thing, but now he's claiming that there was a noose was found in there, which is horrific if true. It made I stress the if true part is probably like his best friend, screw them with him. Because that's what best friends do well, you know. I think it's one of those. But I will say this is seen. I've never seen Jussie smollet and bubble wallace in the same room. That's all I'm going to say about that. You just don't go into a NASCAR driver stall. Without I mean, there's heavy security there surveillance there's. You know this is a NASCAR automobile. This is an expensive piece of machinery. You know just get up close and personal with it. Yeah, I with anybody can come in and sabotage it or something like that, so we'll see how that all pans out. Again vile if true but. That's awfully suspicious. It's just awfully suspicious to me. When things like that happen so conveniently? Jeffrey Epstein Sir Madam. You remember US talking about Jeffrey. Epstein who did not kill himself gylain Maxwell. She's gone back to France. Apparently. Everybody's been wondering where she's been She'd been on the run bunker down plush Paris apartment as the F. B. I. Investigates Her connection to Epstein and the and the alleged. You know stuff going on their sex traffic trafficking. So, she's still on the run. She keeps moving every month well. They can't dot her from France right. I would assume that they could France I'm sure has an extradition agreement with America unless there's something I don't know about but yeah pretty, cooperative. I. She's moving I'm like every month I mean she keeps on moving. I mean they can't extradite her. Unless there's a known, but it has to be Char Hr. Decided for something. So there you go on that, we'll see what happens. Of course, everybody's GonNa Claim Corona virus. She's got to be careful because the pandemics to healthy there. I'll tell you one thing you need to do. If you're going to hang out in Atlanta these days where the shooting each other, there were ninety nine shootings by the way Chicago over the weekend. Ninety nine. Over the weekend in Chicago black lives cops shooting people now what cops actually would think with this crazy epidemic of cops killing everyone? The savages that are out there you would think that. At least one of the ninety nine was was a cop who was out hunting. Black people it wasn't. Not a single one it was it was all black shooting. The blacks, which is weird to me, man because I thought black lives matter. Not In. CHICAGO! Apparently not that part a and I can't tell you. How many black babies were aborted over the weekend I don't have those numbers in yet, but I guarantee you. It was much much more than ninety nine. Apparently, those black lives don't matter either yes. I'm snarky today, candy and snarky because I'm tired of hypocrisy tired of Agassi you, I mean. Let me go back to bubble wallace for a second. Bubble. Wallace grew up in the lap of privilege. His father is Darah Wa senior. Yeah, why was families reasonably well known in NASCAR? So this whole oppressed you know in Colin, Kaepernick who's just been so oppressed with wealthy white family that adopted two. I'M TIRED TIRED TIRED OF IT tired of it. We're GONNA get into the white guilt thing later on a promise because I just don't have any, but I'm gonNA. Help you not have any too so the other thing. They're shooting each other. In Atlanta. We saw video of gunfights erupted. Coming out in the girl collapses on the ground. Did you get shot? And she immediately starts pulling bandage out. I'm going to say that's a crisis actor who totally was right there on the spot. I. Don't know they were shooting guns up in the air for something. I mean it just creating all this havoc. Police are not coming in. But in Chop or chas, I still call it Chaz because Capitol Hill autonomous. Zone makes more sense then. Capitol Hill, what is it? What's the host and four? It's. Sounds like a cooking show organized protests. That's the organized, but it's not organized at all so. They were shooting it up there. They're shooting up the little the little few blocks that they've got their. One person that suffered a gunshot wound. This was Sunday night. Last night, while inside the Aaron second shooting may have taken place I, think somebody got stabbed and bled out and died, and let's see Saturday at nineteen year. Old Man was killed after shooting took place inside the zone. Heard the paramedics weren't rushing to their aid. The police certainly aren't welcome there so I. Don't understand why this is still going on at this time, they should be just trump talked about that at the rally in Tulsa I was talking with you. Know I want to go into trump voice? But now he said he's talking to a number of Congresspeople, and he even made the comment that I I'm of the mind we. We just let this thing. Play out that way that way. You see what you get when Democrat. Run areas that are just anarchist. You see what you get. Yeah, we want to keep playing this game. Because he said I can shut this down at anytime. He said, but even the congressmen were saying. Just let it run its course for a while. Because you're see what happens. If you have a governor of state or mayor of a city that let it happen, then continued at yeah, and they will continue just all right here. You go just a matter of time, and then that dude is running the joint the Razz or cavs, or whatever his name and there's some. There's some interesting stuff and I'll let you study that on your own. That guy who basically determined. He was the warlord, or whatever there's some evidence out there of him being a pimp of him doing some underage of prostitution trafficking. Some of those things, so you guys, you really do attract the best of the best of humanity. Very amazing to see. I. We'll get into that later. So much. Want to talk about Amazon. How can you be this stupid so June? T happened June nineteenth of course for those of you who don't know what June taint. Jade was talking to me the other day she goes. How does how does someone not know what June teeth if you live outside of Texas? You won't know what June nineteenth this. That's what I told her I said. So you know the emancipation proclamation, which was of course declared by? Abraham Lincoln Eight, hundred, sixty three. Emancipated the slaves, but you know we were at the middle of the civil war, and a lot of folks in the south said we don't really care about emancipate anybody, so it wasn't until two years later that they gained the well, they didn't have facebook or twitter so. I was GONNA say it took a long time for yeah. We're traveled slow so. Of course the emancipation of slaves, it Texas Ed so if you're in Texas Oklahoma you might know. Recipes and there were a lot of people on social media who were saying we'd never heard of it. We don't know what June tnt this and I will say. Here's a good thing Kansas I. I was thinking this morning. Early this morning. I was like okay. What is positive? That's come out of all of this stuff like people finding out what June teen is I think that's positive. It is a positive thing right so so people are finding out. More people are going into researching more. They're studying more about black lives. They're finding out more about black history. They're going in, and they're checking out a lot of things. Some of that history doesn't line up with what the woke. Folks want you to believe but nonetheless people rather studying some things and they're learning some things. That's a positive thing I appreciate the black communities contribution to America not talking about slavery I'm talking about as intellectuals as free men and women as people who've truly contributed to the advancement of America America's a great country. You know why America's a great country because we're a diverse country right? Hundred percent I mean why why any painting in. In any museum of a great painting because of the diversity of colors in the textures in the art that goes into it and the different strokes and the different ways. That's what makes art right, so that's what makes our country gate great. Is that diversity so? I appreciate everybody's contribution to America. It's not just a white nation that we used everybody we've said it over and over again. We don't need to get in the debate. I when people come me, you know you'll post those clips on social media canister out tweet. Something and they're like Oh, so you're four. Oppressing black people because America is great, you think we should oppress. People so that you white people get enjoy your great nation. KNOW STUPID ASS! That's not what I'm saying at all I'm saying. We've all made it great. We've all had our problems. We've all had our sins, and there's things in our past. We're not proud of, but we've gotten past those things. Yeah, right? It's no different than like when you know some of the shirts that we wear. The, whether it's defend the police, or whatever well, because you're wearing that shirt, and and I had someone say so, does that make you racist and I? Might what you talking about? No, absolutely not you can defend black police to yes. Hundred percent is. Oh, so you're defending that he's. Precinct bad police stations that are horrible and have bad cops on them. No, we're not doing that at all. We're standing with the good cops to fight the injustice, even within their own ranks simple real simple, because the thing is people who act like that. They're not real cops there because they're not obeying the oath, they took their not living an abiding by the oath they took so in. In my opinion, people who do crap like that aren't real cops, and they're giving a bad name to the good cups, but let me tell you you would think we've gotten past all that, but then enter people like Amazon, you know woke. ASK AMAZON OUT THERE AMAZON DOT COM. They WANNA have a celebration for their employees for June eighteenth. So, what do they do? What do they do? You're sitting around going well. How can we celebrate black lives for June? I'll tell you what we're going. DO WE'RE GONNA? Give him chicken and waffles. OKAY HERE WE GO! In waffles! That's not done. Come from black people that I thought chicken waffles came from these. Uppity Lemme where channel comes, restaurant and waffles comes from Gladys Knight of Gladys Knight and the pets. It comes from Gladys Knight. The moment I wake. Big Divert on make. Say a little prayer for you. So. Gladys Nice chicken waffles. Atlanta Georgia baby. That's where it all got big, so let me tell you something. Let me tell you. Yeah. No, it didn't happen now. These uppity restaurants have embraced it. Good. We gotta go to add here in a second, so let me just let me just say. They said we stand in solidarity, honoring the black community by supporting local black business. We're happy. Shared authentic meal crafted by Chicago's chicken wobbles. June nineteen. ooh Boy. They caught the hell on that one. So much support your black African American employees. We're the solidarity in that. We demand a paid holiday, not some damn chicken. I was just watching yardbirds booze show. 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You know our Buddy Jesse Kelly. He just blew up twitter yesterday. Speaking of twitter, their new twitter bird. Every time we talk about twitter twitter bird has to chime in. That's going to get on her nerves. Real real quick, so follow me at watch chat on twitter, but our Buddy Jesse Kelly he said. We've got to de-fund Yale University of Yale. We need to. They can get no more endowments. All of that needs to go to reparations. Yale has to change its name, because Yale of course is named for a man who was an African slave trader, Yale was actually built with funds that were gained from the African slave trade so was. A lot of different universities in America in fact Rice University right here in our beloved Texas was started as a whites only university, so we demand that they changed their name, or we're going to storm the gates there at Rice but checkout Jesse Kelly. He's having a field day talking about defunding Yale and tearing down Yale and changing the name anybody that wears a a Yale shirt or anything that has yale on it. You yalies out there. You're racist. Just remember that your advertising for the slave trade. They're going. They don't like it when that logic turned around. They don't like it. They don't like it. That's why I'm talking about the Teddy Roosevelt thing. Down from Klin Roosevelt stuff remember Franklin Roosevelt was was a Super Democrat I. Mean Mega Democrat. Who in he? Didn't do anything you want to talk about hurting the black community, but the Asian community put them in internment camps rounded them up during World War Two and put them in internment camps. So you know we haven't done that America to the black community and the community. You never hear them complain. No, you never I mean we talk about. We talk about white privilege. We talk about white privilege. What about Asian privilege? Asians make more money per capita than anybody else in America. There's no Asian privilege because. They're good at math. Everybody knows that. Applicants right over. Give me another being. Listen man that means something else at your house. I'm telling you and this whole thing to talk about. We're going to get going to solve white guilt for you in the next segment. Do not forget. We're going to solve white guilt. Anyway, they're removing. Statues are going crazy and just absolutely insane so everybody. Jesse Kelly says Yale's gotta come down. You're wearing a t shirt today. You're racist. He's support slave trade Do you know how much a slave cost in eighteen fifty? Tim Break this down for you talking about numbers and math, you know much slave cost two dollars eighty five cents. The equivalent. Of Forty, thousand dollars today. That's expensive. How many cars how many cars can you say you're going to go out and buy a forty thousand dollar cars? You had to be rich on slaves. You understand most people in the south. We're rich. The biggest slave owner. Ever in the history of the United States had eleven hundred slaves something like eleven hundred. That's what. You can buy a slave today. Today the twenty second of June twenty twenty. You can buy a slave today for ninety dollars. Certain parts of the world you can buy a slave for ninety dollars. Don't Saudi Arabia still have slaves to lots of people do. You can go to Libya and buy a slave right now for under a hundred bucks. Asia forget about it. It's everywhere, so let me just tell you. Let me just tell you don't talk about slavery and US. You're ready to talk about slavery because you're talking about something happened. You know years ago. We're talking about some happening today and nobody seems to give Shit. It's amazing to me. They don't care. A ratio brooks funeral is going to be held at a church for Martin. Luther King. Junior preached. That's fantastic is better than the prison funeral. He would have had if he was still in there. family woman that portrayed Angela. She didn't want the rebranding. Of course they don't want that to happen. Young people they can't get out of the bars so more and more of them tested positive corona virus. And this is what we're going to get into. Here is what we're going to get into your. Trump rally. So. I was in Tulsa. Tulsa, I got a lot of text messages. People were saying I. See Chad. And CJ were there and Sarah. Gonzales was there I was pimp daddy man, walking around with two beautiful women like that just Pimp Daddy, and all those white people were okay with Sarah Gonzales being there. I think she was under the radar. Okay, she tends to be. Lighter, wider privileged. Yes, she wasn't wearing as much man. I don't think so cool. Anyway, we had a blast. We hanging out there. Don T and you know? Brad Parcel I ran into Brad a couple times we were at the same hotel and chatted with him a little bit. Brad parcel of course, the campaign manager Brad Parts came out and said this whole accusation that people were buying A. Passes to get in there and then not use them. He said that's not true. He said we keep a better tab on fake numbers and things like that most of them mobile devices. We catch all those things. He said there were tens of thousands. Of that kind of thing that we're going on, but this idea that millions of people had done it and they just didn't show up for the thing so. We get there right? Get get into Tulsa. And we're hanging out. We're spending time with the crowds spending time. Just walking the streets chat with people. We did a number of media spots. We saw some friends. We knew we made some new friends it was. It was an interesting atmosphere to say the least there in Tulsa. and. When we got into the rally, there were several people who were there that we knew. That their big concern was. The upper decks aren't full. This is not gonNA look good. and. The thing went on and of course I'm sitting there watching the president speak I enjoyed. It always enjoy Donnie t when he speaks because he's funny. And that drives people crazy and I just love the fact that he drives them crazy. So. I'm watching. And I'm thinking. What's the media spin going to be? What's the spin going to be? We had not been gone from. Sarah CJ and I. WE Walk Back Up. We went to the restaurant. We were having a beer. 'cause we well Sarah wasn't for. Her impregnated reasons, but we. We were sitting there and we were kind of been. A Long Day walked along way. And within an hour of us, leaving the the box center there every that was what the new spin was that it was empty. That showed up. That nobody came to the rally. And I thought Oh my God, and so they were really jumping on this thing, and if you've watched the news at all in the last three days, that's what you've been hearing. They just nobody showed up. Okay well that's not true first of all. And by the way the thing has now been viewed that speech was by midnight that night there were seven million views of the speech whether online televised, so that was a huge presence virtual presence at least watching that thing. But let me let me unpack Fauria for the next few minutes, and then we'll go into the next segment, but. Our experience was as we get there. It's time to head down towards the. The venue box center I've done shows. Every year and Tulsa Tulsa has always been good to me. Great audience shows up. And Good folks until some. Know Downtown Pretty. Well. Or walking down there well, you can't get there. You can't get. We're two blocks three blocks from the box in her. You can't get there. Why because they have everything walled off and fenced off. There's a huge armed security presence with police department as well as the National Guard. They're all in the streets to directing traffic. They're stopping people from going certain directions, so we went down a couple of roads that we were hoping we could get down to the boxer we couldn't. They'd already shut those areas down fenced them off, so we literally had to walk a probably about six blocks in the wrong direction. Order to go another two blocks back in the right direction before we get to a street that would head back over to the far end of the box center, so we want a couple of miles. We walked a couple of miles and this was just go inside. There was never. A street we were on, that was not packed with people now. Not Everybody was pro trump, but there was a lot of pro-trump. There was a lot of people on the right. You could tell that because everybody's identifying themselves with their t shirts. The venue vendors were out there selling things or flags or banners, people shouting. There were megaphones. There were all these things you knew. Where people stood on this, they were black lives matter. It was just. We're out there, wearing our defend the police shirt that. That we sell, and you know you people either love it or hate it. We're getting a lot of comments about it. Which is what I love, and so we go down. We finally get around to the entrance. We get around to the entrance that sorta where the adventure begins, and that's what I want to take. You guys through, but I WANNA. I WanNa really walk you through the experience of getting into the box center. What we went through and what a lot of people went through, and it'll help you understand this media merit. Okay, but before we do that before we do that. When running a business HR, issues can kill you. Wrongful termination suits, minimum wage, requirements, Labor, regulations and HR manager salaries. They're not cheap an average of seventy thousand dollars a year. Kid is what it costs to get you an HR manager. I'm GonNa give you Bambi okay. B. A. M.. B., e., it was created specifically for your small business. 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B., E. dot com slash Chad Bam to the B. to the b. e. v., a. m. e. Dot. COM Slash Chad go there today. Be Right back. So real quick I wanNA welcome to the show my sister from another Mr my work wife Sarah Gonzales. She stepped in the studio and I said get up here 'cause there was. At the at the rally in I was with her and ooh, it's funny. We took pictures with people. One Guy said Jerry Yard chats. Wife never shows up at Sarah. Always does and I'm like well. That's we're doing the HIPPIE deputy. People are so stupid man job, and then he's talking about. See James like well. There was somebody that was out there. That know she didn't want to get in the picture. And I was like well, she yeah. She was working on the blisters on her feet, walking through those crowds of people, and I was like, and she's not nobody that cj from the deplorable choir. Shiite recognizable which many people did recognize people did so a, and that was fun going to a rally like that I. Really wasn't thinking about it. Because I never do think about things like this. Is You come out there on the floor? Where we were, and also people start coming down out of the stands because they want they. They recognize. You want to take pictures, so it's always humbling. You should have seen the line for Chad. Pray their pictures. It was it was. It wasn't a Graham Allen type line line. Know Chad. It's humbling when people do that, right? It's encouraging, but as humbling and so. It was a couple couple. Folks. That were angry. They were excited to see Sarah and and some some. Sarah's crush is were there, so we get down there Sara. We're sweating half to death because we've walked a long way to get around, you know the craziness. And mobs of people out there. We come out the line is we're? We're what three hours before? Oh Yeah. It was at least like lead like three or three thirty in the things I started Saturday at seven. Yes, so there was mobbed people out there. They were doing the outdoor stage thing. They were televising that. Ed We had asked several people. Where can we go to go in for the press entrance? That took us at least an hour worked through that. Right. It's not have taken that long. Yes, we got our credentials really fast. We got our Bam armbands. We had to go through. Like being at six flags or Disney, we had to go through the little stalls to walk through the thing. To get up to a security check before you ever go to the scaredy check. You gotTA put your face in front of like a little ipad thing. and. It measured temperature right. Okay so what we're learning now from a lot of people who were there is as it got closer to time for people to get into the event. Those temperature takers. Just left. They just picked up and left. Like walked off the job. So people couldn't get their temperatures measured. And I've had several people who have messaged me and said there were literally thousands of people who wanted to get in, and they kept in secret service had to come out and say no more can come in. We're closing off because. There's no temperature takers. We can't measure that, so we went on in. And we're looking up at the top and we're like okay. There's people up there, but it's sparse, right? and. I'm thinking it'll fill on NFL on end up top. It just never filled in what I'm finding out now is the BOK center had placed? Spaces on the chairs where it says every other chair. They finally removed that. But they roped off the upper sections where you could not go up the stairs to get there. So, There's a huge outcry towards the management of the box center. Saying that they really kind of sabotage the event there's a lot of people have sent me messages. who were saying I'm very ashamed of my city for allow because it's a city. Run Place the BOK center. and. They said. We're really ashamed because. Were a we were the victims of this, not being able to get in, and it was all because of management of the box inter. Interesting to see yeah, I would believe that, too. Because the they were very disorganized. They didn't really seem to know where anyone was supposed to be where they were supposed to go. I mean that's what took us an hour to get where we needed to be. Because no one really could give directions right. When they did it was very vague. Right there. Just like well. You go that way. The speedy pass is always the way to go. Yeah you skip the line, the line and the express but honestly. I never thought about the idea that the that there was nobody there because the bottom was packed. Yeah, right? The bottom level pack, and the energy was still high. Energy was so hot. I mean it was so loud in there. There was so much energy, and in so many people just excited to be back, and at the rally and together, and doing all these things that it didn't cross my mind about the top deck like I didn't cross. My mind wasn't tarped off. I've heard. People say that it wasn't tarped off. I've got the pictures I've shared. Shared some of the pictures that I've shared people like. Oh, you're trolling yourself because there's nobody at ups and I'm like well. That was two hours before the event. We were in there two hours before it started. The bottom was already packed. People were filling in at the top. I've got pictures of the air is. You could see where it was sparse in certain areas. But people were turned away. And I know that because there were thousands of people you know now. No, they did not need the overflow stage outside. They did not need that, but let me talk to that for a second. We talked to some vendors after the shows people that knew us. I've crossed paths with timer to. Sixty seventh event that we have come out and sold merchandise that they said this was the most violent threatening environment we've ever been in. We were being threatened to get shot. They were going to run US over because they're right there on the curb. While we were sitting there, talking to there were numerous people who are coming by the black lives matter rally that was full of white people already marched through they. If you and F. This F., trump and F., you know all God's children and so that was that so anyway they were hanging out the windows, and they were blessing us out and doing all of that, which can I just say to people who we talked to WHO said that the black lives matter group was so violent towards them, not white, not. Hispanic Not White they were. Darker, skin but. You could clearly tell they were not white. And they said this was the most violent, so a lot of people were catching that a lot of people were getting that. Just based on the people on the streets. There was a ton of people. There was a huge turnout. I was highly encouraged by the thing. But you see how the media spins it right so between that, and of course there was no there was no geriatrics. There were no older people there were very few older folks there and I can understand with Cova concerns. You know so with all of that stuff and it's amazing to me. Have left saying. Oh, you guys were just going to be in one big petri dish. I hope you'll get Cova Da, and then after that happens. They're like well. y'All go hidden. I can't believe y'all getting together and doing all this stuff. I can't believe Y'all wait I thought you wanted us today. Nobody in there. I mean okay. So, what did you want? Nobody in there? Everybody in there. What do you want? So the media narratives been fun, it's been interesting There weren't as many people as I'm not making excuses there. There were not as many people as they expected, and of course Ao. See got on twitter. And her whole thing was she wanted to. Thank you twitter bird? She said her in her tweet. She, said actually, you just got robbed by teens on tiktok Chinese company who flooded the trump campaign with fake ticket reservation. The trick you into believing a million people wanted your white supremacists open mic enough to packing arena during covet. So listen bitch where you just said is I. AM happy that people using a Chinese entities just interfered with a presidential election. She should not only be kicked out of Congress. She should be arrested. If that's the kind of stuff, you're promoting and pushing and advocating for criminal, so don't talk about rush. Don't talk about Russian. Meddling in elections. Don't talk about any of that stuff that right there proves he got. The woman is so stupid with her horseface. Ads self she got on twitter. Admit to use a Chinese company to meddle in an in a presidential election I'm GonNa fix white guilt for y'all Hank So president, trump's a funny guy like. If you get a sense of humor, you get it if you don't get it, then he's GonNa. Offend you every time, and of course that's what's happening though you sensitive people that never been beaten with a belt. I loved the speech. I thought it was great I, said I said while he was giving the speech about the ramp at West Point I was like okay. It was a long story, but it's funny because it's trump. TRUMP TRUMP AND Any way. So you either get it or you don't but this. When you see something firsthand like you really watch it, you're. There is one thing to watch it on the screen, but when you're there and you get the feeling of the atmosphere and the crowd, and you hear them then you see the spin. Doctors who get an pull it out of context and stuff, and then the people on twitter and social media that want to jump on it, and it's like you guys are so ignorant as to jump on that narrative and really run with it. It's like I can't help. You I can't help you, but I can't help you with white privilege and white guilt. Here's what I want you to do. I'm going to solve it for you because. Everybody kept shouting that at us. While we were on the streets there until about the white privilege and white guilt, and the black lives matter, so here's what we're going to do. I'm going to solve all the problems of white guilt. Even reparations. Here's what we say. If, you're white and you feel guilt. We personally do not. I don't know what white guilt feels like. Not a clue, not a clue, but if you have it and you feel the need to flagellate. Over it! And, you really feel like the black community needs help from you. That, you want to eliminate racism. You're marching in a St. street shouting at people if you nephew nephew that solves racism. I'M GONNA. Take you a step further into your journey. I want you to get a job. I know that's foreign to some of you. Want you to go to work, but you do not receive pay. Every penny you make is going to go to a certain black family. You pick a black family. And all of it goes to them. You never see a penny of it. And then it's up to them whether or not they shelter feed and clothe you okay, just like a slave. If they don't then, maybe another black family will pick you up and you can work for them there. I solved your problem. You never get to make another dime for the rest of your life I hope you enjoy it. You won't have any guilt because you will be a slave to a black family there you go. If you really WANNA make reparations. Let's call it what it is. You can go out and be equal with the black community and their plight through slavery. You're welcome? America you're welcome. I love you guys. 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The Battle For The Office Thermostat

The Indicator from Planet Money

09:58 min | 1 year ago

The Battle For The Office Thermostat

"This is the indicator from planet money. I'm Stacey panic. Smith at I'm Garcia, and we're joined here today by our planet, money colleague, Sarah Gonzales, Sarah. Hey and Sarah, the reason we asked you to come into the studio today is because you and I share something, which is that we both have a little collection of, like work blankets Siri. You brought yours reminding them I've wrought my work blanket, and my fuzzy work designated works sweater. That's a nice blanket is that it's like a sports Lincoln. It's like a sports team blanket. It's just like small enough that it doesn't drag on the floor. Looks like a little airplane blanket. Yeah. It's like an airplane blanket. Yeah. I have my oversized sweater that I always keep under my desk, and my wool shawl. I mean, our offices pretty cold. Right. Don't you their offices pretty cold there? All cold. They're all cold. Yes. So Sarah, I always called the Cardiff you this is not something that you tend to experience. I know this because I asked you constantly, if you're also cold, no today, I think is quite common where. You've got like a shoal. You've got your blankets, and I'm wearing my white linen summer shirt in. Oh, I feel like maybe it's because I bring my own extra padding like body thickness. I don't know. I'm fine. I feel good. I I'm not cold at all. Do you consider the office cold or warm or like how would you characterize the temperature? Honestly, I almost never notice it. Unless it's really extreme. So on days, when you guys are cold, I usually feel fine or even a little bit toasty. Well, okay. So I mean this isn't a certain ways is like this workplace trope, right? Women are always cold and want the office to be warmer and men are always overheated and want the office to be cooler. Yeah. But worth noting that it's not just conventional wisdom's. This is something that has been studied. It's been documented women tend to like it warmer than men, do and all the, you know, seems like just run of the mill workplace drama, except this is apparently affecting Sarah Gonzales, our productivity, and the quality of our work of lax. And there's a new study out from two communists that actually measured this today on the show, we take on the mighty thermostat. We look at how temperature affects the productivity and cognitive abilities, men and women. And we look at how much that might be costing companies. Support for this NPR podcast in the following message come from Exxon Mobil, the company working to make carbon capture technology, more efficient and affordable, so it can be deployed at industrial sites worldwide. Find out more at energy, factor dot com. Support also comes from Charles Schwab Schwab wants you to question the way your broker works, do they offer low costs award-winning service and a satisfaction guarantee? If you don't like their answers ask, again at Schwab, visit Schwab dot com slash comparis-. To learn more. For today's indicator, I wanted to get a little bit personal. So Sarah Gonzales, what is your preferred office temperature? If you are in control of the thermostat where would it be eighty degrees? That's how I keep my apartment. And my husband will come home and be like it feels like it's eighty degrees in here. And I'm like, yeah. That's what I said, at eighty degrees here. Like I know. Right. Garcia eighty degrees I was hoping Sarah would say something like down in the seventy one seventy two rain. So there might be some room for compromise. What is your preferred? Thermostat. I like it to be somewhere around, like sixty eight to seventy seventy one right around there to give a little more scientific about this. I talked to Tom Chang. He's an associate professor of finance and business economics at the Marshall school of business and co author of a new paper called battle for the thermostat. Welcome, tom. How did you come up with for this paper? Well, a person who has. More immediately, though. They're really bad at getting the temperature right in my office. What do you mean? I've been having a bit of a fight for the past nine years with facility management, the temperature my office when I've gone, and has, has varied from a low of fifty five point four degrees. I have just under ninety three. What is going on? I mean wait. First of all, did you buy a thermometer to measure this? I do I have one of those sort of life. I naval thermometers, what made you decide to do that? So I would have data tobacco. Meister shen. Oh, I love it. A true conest at heart. It's been nice in my office, I must say for the past few months, and the way it worked is, basically got a bunch of us that were the most affected by temperature. And we went to the dean and we told her look, it's too darn hot somedays. It's the temperature so bad that, that we just go home. We can't work in offices, and that's not good for productivity. And so she got on it and within a few weeks, it was fixed. Enter. Tom. How did you measure this? How did you conduct the study 'cause it's it was pretty big. I think it had like five hundred people we would get a group of subjects and they would do an identical series of tasks as verbal task math task to add up five two digit numbers at a time with no calculator. And then the, the, the verbal task was they're giving a series of letters, and they would have to make as many German words, they were German tunes out of those letters as could the, the thing we did is before they would show up. We would experimentally manipulate the temperature the room to be anywhere from sixty one degrees to ninety one degrees. I think is about as hot as could get it. And what did you find? We found that as the temperature went up women did substantially better, especially in math and men did a little bit worse. So they did like ninety one degrees. Women were just like killing it. They were they were adding like it was their job. The biggest affects were if you went from like the sixties. To seventy five degrees. There's where you saw the, the largest effect on women going from sixty to seventy five degrees. It was like a ten fifteen percent increase in the performance of women when it came to the Matt task. And what about the men the men did slightly worse. Oh, they did slightly worse when it got warmer, warmer. Yes. And what about when it got colder in the sixties. So that's when men did their best when I was in the sixties and the performance steadily dropped as thermostat went up. So to go from the sixties the seventies like you said it was around ten fifteen percent increase in female performance, and it was about a three percent decrease in performance were you surprised at the degree to which people's performance was affected or was that what about what you thought or Ono it was much, much larger than I thought. Right. So obviously extreme temperatures will affect you but we're not talking about extreme temperatures. Right. I would think going from the sixties to the low to mid seventies is a pretty standard green for. An indoor environment and yet we're finding large effects there. Again, I don't want people to, to over extrapolate here but, you know, we're finding ten to fifteen percent changes improvements in in math before for for women. When you go from, you know, sixties to, to mid seventy what do you think is going on? I think the answer's pretty simple. I think it's just that, you know, and it's two hundred two cold. You just don't perform at your best to a recommendation actually, in the paper for workplaces. But so if you have a gender balance office, the optimal temperatures around seventy five degrees, so five arm that's way, warmer than our office, for instance. That's the skin melting. Oh, you hate this. You. Your own research. Oh, yes. My advice to business or any office would be looked temperature matters. Right. So if half your workers are coming to work with, you know, keep blankets in their desks or have illicit space heaters somewhere or alternate half your workers, waiting through the t shirts that something you wanna take seriously, what the research says, is is that if as a business you care only about profit, probably productivity should still take the comfort of your workers into account as it has the real potential to significantly affect your bottom line. Seventy four point six impossible. Absolutely. No way. That's true. And I don't I don't think this Thermo thing is right? I've had a problem with this for a while. Yes. Hundred percent sexist at the stage waving the thermostat at seventy five degrees in here. I mean just make a point. Because I want to stand in solidarity with breezing female. No. But this really is a tough one, because it is almost a very definition of zero-some game like every degree warmer in the direction of somebody who wants it to be seventy five or eighty degrees is wonder rewarm than, like I personally would like it except that it being warmer is not affecting your productivity at work, and it is acting hours. I mean little bit, not as much as women Javid, Sarah productivity, and everything. All right. Uncomfortable. Need to make a boy like professional shorts male work appropriate shorts? Or I could quit. This episode was produced by Constanza guy. Ardo fat checked by Emily Lang and edited by paddy Hirsch. 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The Future Of French Fries

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:56 min | 1 year ago

The Future Of French Fries

"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races other things are fast like xfinity X. by get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make WIFI simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply that keeps people ordering price Sarah Gonzales N._p._R. News New York delivered to them about five years ago in China before you as fast food companies were partnering with delivery apps she couldn't believe it this a world without French fries and decides to reinvent the fried to stay warm and Krispy for thirty minutes up to forty five minutes to encompass immediately got me nervous because I know how French fries are and I know a lot about how long they last so my fear was if people received I did a thirty to forty five minute lasting good French fries and these are them bubbling in hot oil I try them good crispy fanfare the new fries are not in fast food chains yet but dial says the could be in a couple of months you won't longer so we're waiting thirty minutes except obviously I can't wait who hot a real thirty minutes later old or soggy or limp fries after they order them through delivery service they wouldn't order French fries again deb starts envisioning potatoes in here Lamb Weston potato innovation headquarters in Richland Washington is a place with potatoes everywhere like flying in troops any situation the French fry might find itself in and it's not the first time it's been done when the US started eating drive-thrus they had a similar concern almost food scientists our job is to figure out how do we keep the water where it's supposed to stay where's the water what's causing it to move how can we slow oh it's a crispy on delivery just like you don't know when you're eating a stealth fry you'll just know you had a better French fried delivery experience and they're hoping potato company wants to update the French fry the popular food is threatened by the trend toward fast food delivery French fries you see a really only good and what is this called crispy delivery short`nsweet Shaka Seldom and now I'm going to wait to see if they actually stay warm and crispy it down they started playing with some starches to create this wash that all the raw fries take a shower in and they got some fries to say good for twenty minutes than thirty minutes but but it was crispier longer up to twelve to fifteen minutes stealth French fries to survive the drive thru now deb needs to survive delivery waters hugh minutes out of the Friar which is why that company wants to make a Frie- that lasts longer here's Sara Gonzalez with NPR's planet money podcast wow it really is the coding was too thick you could see it so it didn't feel like a regular fry in another batch the fries were to tough it took two years of tinkering with the formula to get may for sure the water is in the middle of the FRY that's what makes it soft but the water naturally migrates out and that water is what makes the outside of the FRY soggy so as they fried potatoes and then freeze them and sell them to restaurants and fast food chains and grocery stores all over the world and when dial I saw people getting French fries my head through walking under potatoes right now walking under east pipes the types of caring potato bowl of potatoes like a mono rail Disneyland deb. Dial is a food scientist. USC Twenty twenty five years ago lamb western invented a coding called Stealth which was their secret. Coding that you couldn't see and you couldn't tell was on the French fries.

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Hurricane Irma May Have Destroyed Barbuda's Generations-Old Land System

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:28 min | 1 year ago

Hurricane Irma May Have Destroyed Barbuda's Generations-Old Land System

"On the Caribbean island of barbecued a land cannot be bought or sold. The whole island is shared communally. And it's been that way since the eighteen hundreds but planet money any Sara Gonzalez went there and found that capitalism is creeping in. Antigua and Barbuda are two islands. That make up one country. Antigua is mountainous and touristy see with about ninety eight thousand residents. That's where the government is Barbuda's flat flat like a penny with just fifteen hundred residents. It's the kind of island where wild donkeys. Angie's just walk into your home call and where no one wants lobster anymore. We love breakfast. We did for lunch for dinner. We'd love to three times a day. That's Atkinson Beezer beautiful. Bob Yuda when this is Natalia. John Calls her. Hey go take out new. And they both got land for their homes. The way everyone else in Barbuda's gets it people just go cut what they want. Clear it and stop bill. Just take a piece of land and be like okay. There's my this is my land. That's so that's so. We usually do perfect. No money no money not even taxes not even taxes then even like a permit fee nothing like really zero zero dollars zero zero dollars free free. No paperwork no lease no title Bob. Yuda has the greatest land deal on earth. This is Albert Patty Simon. They're calling me the grill. It simply mean a verbal historian. Back in Sixteen eighty-five Colonization Times Simon. The grio says this English Guy Christopher conjuring ten least the whole island of Bermuda from the king. Oh Yeah Cadran. On on was a slave master. He had his slaves over there. The entire island was made up of five hundred. Enslaved people at its peak and one white manager and his family and when slavery was abolished and the white manager finally left. There were no white people on the island. Just formerly enslaved people so they stayed so the people are left alone left. They're they're sorta live happy. Held the whole island in common. That's what it's called and no one ever came in and said but wait wait. You need property. Titles at some point Barbadians do start leasing. Land there are a few beachfront hotels and resorts but barbadians never sold the land and it stayed this way until twenty seventeen when hurricane. Irma had a lot of win. And then you you just just say a window Saturday. Birthday Bash. You know this. Is Natalia John Again. Almost all the buildings Bermuda were damaged know roofs. No doors Barbieri. We're totally exposed. And they heard another hurricane was coming in three days. The prime minister who lives in Antigua orders a mandatory evacuation and barbarians are like wait everyone the entire island. Everybody Alpha Bob. Yuda really the Prime Minister Gaston Brown. Says the government doesn't have the money to rebuild. Any focuses focuses on the island's most obvious acid. The land says he thinks his whole communal land thing is a big misunderstanding. Which is the Bob? wtdn have always carried this myth. Perhaps maybe a couple of hundred years that they own the land. You say that Barbuda's I have been thinking that they own the land. It is a myth that they own the land but there is a law that parliament the Antiguan. Barbian government passed. That says I just want to read. The the first sentence says enact to confirm that all land in Barbuda's is owned in common by the people of Barbuda right so so it was a dangling piece of legislation he repeals. The law tells Barbadians that you have been living on for free all these years new plan. We're going to sell it to you for one dollar eastern Caribbean. About thirty seven cents. US and now you'll have a title and you can take title to a bank to get a loan. Mm to rebuild your home that type of property rights system is quintessential to the advancement of e country. But the rest of the island lind which is most of the island that would now be open to development. Foreign investment was a trick. That is what I thought again. Netanyahu John it was just a trick. Barbuda's have challenged this plan in court. Sarah Gonzales N._p._R. News.

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Stolen Gasoline Is Smuggled All Over The World, U.N. Says

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:08 min | 1 year ago

Stolen Gasoline Is Smuggled All Over The World, U.N. Says

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from the Annie E Casey foundation developing solutions to support strong families and communities to help ensure a brighter future for America's children. More information is available at eighty CF dot org. Mexico's criminal gangs have turned their expertise at smuggling illegal goods to smuggling a legal one the gangs move drugs and weapons and also apparently gasoline. Here's Sara Gonzalez for our planet money podcast. And Mexican government says it lost about three point five billion dollars to stolen gasoline last year. That's nine million dollars a day. They're drug cartels or tapping gasoline pipelines and stealing gas straight from oil refineries. So the new president of Mexico and race Manuel Lopez overload decided to cut the cartels off from gasoline. He is a furious men a have to give him that is really. Fearless is Manoel Molyneaux. He's an economist in Mexico with the mex-. Institute for competitiveness. The president of Mexico. Shut down the gasoline pipelines that run through the country. So even if the cartels punched a hole in one there'd be no gas in there for them to steal, and he sent the military to guard the refineries this is when a message written on a blanket appeared hanging off a bridge in the state of one watt, though, this is what we usually call eight nautical mantha he'd drug traffickers blanket, the the usually send messages like this. They write messages on blankets. Yes. And they hanged him in cities with the very foul language. Terrible. Spelling this blanket said president of Mexico, get your military and federal police out of this state away from the refinery. If not am going to start killing innocent people. It was signed by a wanted. Criminal called Il Matto, the hammer steel. Gasoline is so lucrative that Ian row he says it's happening in almost every country Robby fights maritime fuel smuggling for the United Nations, which basically means he fights pirates. Say yes, I fight pirates. Mugler's traffickers and thieves Valby says one of Mexico's most notorious drug cartels is selling stolen gas to other countries. They have fake export certificates and in entire fleet of ships in the sea tankers, they have supply vessels. They have support vessels. How can you sell stolen fuel smuggled out of Mexico to like Thailand? Well, if you you probably wouldn't tell it to Thailand because they're smuggling it in via fishing boats from Malaysia and then selling it in coke bottles on the street. So Thailand's got its off. Its own dynamic, criminals are incredibly creative. Ravi says governments were trying to prevent fuel theft have to constantly change their strategy, take Morocco and algae area, the two countries have a closed border people cannot cross the border at all. But donkeys can result. Donkeys have been taking overnight Jerry cans with Algerian fuel across the border into Morocco for years like trained donkeys travelling alone through the mountains. And if you think that's just a small scale thing that the total adds up to about two billion dollars a year by donkey in Jerry cans in Mexico. Molyneaux says more gasoline is now getting to gas stations by tinker trucks instead of pipeline. The best way to move liquids is through a pipe cheapest way, it costs fourteen times more to move gas by truck according to the Mexican government and Molyneaux says cartels can steal a truck filled with gasoline too. Sarah Gonzales, NPR, news, New York. Support for NPR and the following message. Come from rodale books publisher of the passion paradox by Brad Stolberg and Steve Magnus an exploration of the science behind passion. Finding success and discovering the benefits of an unbalanced life. The passion paradox is out now.

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Ep 300 | 300 Episodes of Party Time!

The Chad Prather Show

44:40 min | 5 months ago

Ep 300 | 300 Episodes of Party Time!

"The trump campaign has a special offer just for you. President trump really wants to give you a signed twenty twenty make America great again, hat he wants to make sure the lucky winner is one of his top supporters be shorter winter soon, because this is an opportunity, you don't WanNa. Miss. This offer is only going to a select group of supporters and you're one of them. All you have to do is text chat to to to today for your chance to win assigned twenty twenty. Make America Great. Again, hat an own a piece of history again that hd two to to to enter to win this contest and join president trump in the fight to keep America great for four more years. This was people by Donald J trump reser nick. Concocted. In a lab of unknown origins. Built to specification. Sent. The launch pad where all eyes were watching? Launched into the atmosphere. Studio Twenty, two, the mothership. Orbiting your world. Every single. Day except for Fridays Saturdays and Sundays on blaze TV the man at the helm. Puppet master he goes by mark a man of few words until he's drunk candidacy, the queen of the Ethiopians shining brighter than the sun, which gives the energy to the solar panels of Glenn Beck's bunker. The pub. Onboard because let's face it. Studio twenty two is just one big traveling bar. where? The man named party foul. Holds Court sitting next to a black man named. Buji. The only black man you'll ever know with white privilege. Today. It's party time. Mom We welcome you to number three hundred of the Chad freighters show. It is party time mom where sitting next to me the one and only host a Sarah Gonzales unfiltered Sarah Gonzalez is going to have her baby on this episode. We already sense. The humidity in the room. From the breakage of water. We're going to have fun today folks. We're GONNA have a celebration. Got A big surprise for all you fact packers out there and we have things to announce things to talk about things to show you things that have never before been seen on this show. We have some lost archives we have things that were too risque to be released on regular programming. So guess what we did we saved it for this episode right here three hundred while we're here because of you and because blaze hasn't chosen to fire me yet and. Onto the next is all I can say candidacy, how do you feel about this? You've been here for everyone. I've been a journey but I'm happy. I'm still here you remember the days and the old studio twenty two. Yeah. Actually it was like twenty one and a half the eighty nine degree days I miss that it was so hot. Those of you who don't remember we built a swamp cooler chance the soloist ginger rapper whose not here with us today along with Hot News Natalie who apparently is getting marriage counseling somewhere. They built a swamp cooler out of Styrofoam Coolers put ice in it ran the fan through it did absolutely nothing but melt the ice. Did nothing but melt the is do you remember those? Days Party. Was An adventure. Yeah. Sure. That's back when we had the peanut gallery and that's remember that time Glenn. Beck visited the studio and the next day their district turned off all you needed to this. Glenn I will say this for Glenn. Beck Weird. But. Compassionate. He is compassionate. Yes. He's a good guy. He's a good guy and I thought there's no way he'll get this air turned on because he's never coming back on the show, right? But that being said, we really should get Glenn back on here since he owns this building we a, but we haven't seen him. Minute, we've seen him. Just haven't touched him. You can't convince me. He still exists no DC. The National Guard is still searching for having. Me Somewhere lost in the wilderness nothing I. Think he I think he's back in Texas though I think he's I was I was in bed gland over the weekend we were in Utah Salt Lake City had a series of shows. It was great lot of people reporting there Glenn Beck sightings they were like you know what we saw him I think we saw him could've seen him he was very blurry was out walking through the tree's is arm swinging you know. Squash. You've heard of bigfoot big Beck. I think we should come up with the whole urban mythological legend of Big Beck. That's fun. I like it. I'm I'm a thinker and I'm an idea guy. I like this. Do we also have a another sketch idea for Joe Biden that you and I? We I gotta tell you about everybody else knows. Year the last to know you're the last to know zoo got one. Let's thank our sponsors home title lock and I want to remind you guys. There are people out there who are getting victim from their home homes. 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Right so Gerald critic, of course misspelled fake when he said Hello Fact Chad. F- AK. So we started calling the fact pack. So it's the fake Pakistan backpack, but they're not very real. There are fans they don't miss an episode and I wish I could list off all of you guys. So here's what I did to stead can go to shop dot blaze media. Dot Com. You can go to collections for Chad Prater you'll find it and you can I think you can go to shop dot blaze media DOT COM slash Chad. And there is a brand new fact pack Chad prager show shirt you can get it. Grab you one of the. Grab one of the Party Tom. Cups. While you're over there I just figured that was the easiest way to do is send you to blame media because. You know obviously, we just I don't WanNa. Keep inventory fact shirts when there's. I mean, there were thousands. One day. I? Mean we're no Steven crowder Mug club. You know what I'm saying we're humble here unlike Steven crowder. And A. and Bill Richmond and those guys don't you love the half Asian. So I want you know what? I brought us some process Seco- I want us to celebrate today. I really do three hundred episodes, Sean. What what? What was your favorite of all the Times you've been in here I know I'm going to remind you if you can't think of it the first one. Oh Yeah. That was on the very first episode. You're on the very first episode and it was fun. That's right. You didn't WanNa do it? No, I didn't and you're good at it. I'm not that good at it. You're pretty good at it, but we intro D-. Metro Jason on that episode was great. We did and girls have been fawning ever since that dude he's as he has like I didn't realize like I'm not. I'm not a judger of men in terms of their attractiveness. But all of a sudden I was like the girls dig this kid he has something. Yeah. He's got the IT factor, Rico Suave a look on him. You don't judge man's attractiveness. Do some men dave urban cow Dave Rubens a smoke share. It's not like. Like call and Farrell hot, he's his. is a handsome looking man. How did Colin Farrell? Handsome Man I. Didn't. Colin. Farrell make the new total recall movie the the remake of it wasn't he in that one? Yeah. Yeah. See that's I was thinking about that this worn I was trying to think of who was in that was calling foul it was comfortable. See those are the random things that I think about four, New Orleans Goes. Yeah. Spectrum and Not Coming to me Sir. Well, you can't drink it. You can't drink it. We'll pretend like though we're. Yeah I you know what I was partying. Sparkling water. It was coconut flavored. It was crazy. Yeah. Steve go no, you take it. You you serve the crew around there take care of everybody. Who Yeah we're headed out to Port Charlotte Florida this weekend Thursday night Friday night to shows on Saturday night that is in between Fort Myers and I guess you could say Tampa. Right there in the middle on on Charlotte Bay. Can't wait Stephen are GONNA do a little fishing on Friday morning can't wait. That's way. Yeah. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA. It's the great thing about doing the comedy clubs is you don't have to travel every day yeah. So you actually get to rest a little bit. It's it's there's pros and cons to all of it, but there's Yeah. So Anyway, I'm so happy to see you. You're glowing. Your date is coming up you it's coming up at is. Ready I'm ready to see this I am ready to. See this little blob a kid, and then go get you drunk I am also ready for that. But it's been a good pregnancy for you. Right it's been good as far as my body but you know it's just a weird pregnancy. You get pregnant right before pandemic hits. We'll shut down and you gotta end up home schooling. Your kid and work doesn't stop and it's just been weird. FACEBOOK yesterday my new Five Year Plan is to get through twenty twenty. That is so relatable if you guys ever see the image of Glenn Beck in your toast? It should be it should be canonized probably by the Mormon Church I don't know I don't know how they do those things. but you probably want to save that. Put it in a like dry sealed bag. Because, it's the image of Glenn is is very mysterious. These days you never know where Glenn Beck is GonNa pop. Yeah. I'm really different. There were people who kept saying Yeah Glenn. Beck's my neighbor and I was like well but. Neighbors up there a mile away miles away from each other right share mailbox, right? Not Like y'all are on the same. Count Community Line. You know now anyway. Oh. Is Shown Stephen t candidacy? Did he did he the? I WanNa to tell you guys about a story a story of a pair of boots You've heard Glenn Beck story, the the shoes. Let me tell you a story of the boot. Coming off Oh. Yeah. Let me show you. A black man. Named Earl he was walking down the street. I know this because stop and had a conversation with earl it was in Missouri. And he had under his arm. Whole Lotta. A lot of boots and I said. What's Your Name Young? Man. He's an old man so it's been. See She. said. My name is earl. You doing those boots he's I'm selling. I said who sell them to he said, I'm selling them to you. So I like those ugly snakeskin ones right there. But I didn't say ugly I said I like the snakeskins but they are. and. He said I give to you for third it out. I said I give you thirty five. That's the story of these ugly boots. Or I'll say, thank you. You just fed my family. My family and I said, you're welcome earl I will wear these boots with pride and then I watched him go buy crack. Boots. Right here. And I hope hurls doing good man. Good man. We're talking about his. Right, across the street involved drug. Man dropped all his boots by roads. Are. Probably had enough leftover for some Rama noodles. Maybe, love new. Ramen noodles and now don't know personally love him Oh yeah. Like the cheap kind that you buy at the grocery store for a quarter. Doesn't touch my tone chat. No You can dr those up. But. was take the noodle with a Riba. I. Could just get something. That's better. I like texture. Light you hate those noodles. And put them in now one night on the road. I'm going to tell taste of stories from the road one night on the road. I was so hungry that came in the hotel you know. To notice what? slob bought a couple of things, Rahm Star. And I to Rahman's. Salts and now it's a disgusting amount of sodium. The next day looking logo swollen up tote. Would've? Was Bad. That's so we've done that with like hot pockets and stuff like that at three am getting. Full seasoning packets Oh. I've got one. That is not The. Time I was on Kito and we were on the bus and I was eating those dill pickle slices. At the story in the bag. and. I like a whole bag of them. It was the only thing I ate all day long. And sent my blood pressure through the. Laying on the floor and the Green Room with Dr over him but Raimondo stage. Yeah, they had me all hooked up. They had the Dang ems thing in there and I was like, well, I, better hurry up and get better men. There was another time that was in Beaumont Texas. There was another time at Lubbock Texas where I went out on stage it was it was four shows and what four nights or five shows and four nights something like that out on the cactus theater. And I came out on stage on night three. And suddenly I. Don't know if it was a heart issue going up blood sugar going down but I was like going to faint right here on stage. Now I'm trying to be funny bright. Break into a cold sweat. And I'm either going to faint right here I need to leave stage. But something's about to get embarrassed you start seeing like the black spots. Yeah it was bad. It was bad bad bad bad. You know what I did muscled through it. You know why? Michael, Jordan of comedy. That's why some hard working man. That's right. I. Am the Michael Jordan of comedy plus she didn't want to refund those tickets. Are Good. Enough. Exactly COLETTA capitalists. As your work wife I don't you don't approve them. Now I'm hearing these stories. We've walked the airport yesterday in these stores from the road walk through the airport yesterday Salt Lake, city and come across a couple they're wearing. Chad for governor. Shirts Utah Right. We're getting on the same plane coming to Texas and when we were getting off, they said. They actually sat behind me the seat behind me on the plane. So we chatted just a little bit, but then the kid next to me when I say kid, I mean two, hundred, sixty pound kid who was all muscled up and just big broad kid you know so not kidding okay. Yeah. But he was young right he muscled up and and we were in the bulkheads seats. The Wall was in front of us and they had the screen on there and he was playing the video game on the thing both hands leaning forward on the wall. Doing this the whole time and he gave zero s about every time he gets like collectors rubies and he would elbow me and I was like Bro Seriously Man. To cut chill. You gotTA chill. I posted a picture of him. Doing it on my instagram story kids live in his best life right here on this plane. And I'm like you know your berries collecting the emeralds and stuff I'm like he's up dude. I mean, he was literally like like like when he would like when he missed something. And he's wearing his mask. And honor. The folks that were sitting behind anyway when they were getting off the plane I was like is ready to kill it kid and they said, yeah, we got a couple of chuckles out of that and they said be sure to tell Sarah Yakult hello and I said I don't know anybody by the name of Jakko. Publians. That was funny 'cause they were going to be on the news and why it matters. Today. So both of us. Odds anyway. I said well, of course, until Sarah this is what happened I said that's my work wife I said but then ate my baby and the lady goes as far as you know. What you know about it, it'd be determined. By the paternity. It's just going to come out with a cowboy hat on and it goes up bald headed with a little stubby, Weiner. On three hundred people. Sean had a great idea. John said. If we had a budget, we could address up like he said the Romans from the movie three hundred, I said spartans. But whatever it's all relative. It's all white people and we all look like, do you people? Pretty, much pretty much. That would be funny. Spotter spaw women. I love how? I was wrong. What can I say yeah? I love his name What's his name? Draw your are Butler. I love. How sounds like you know you Scottish? So he sounds like Sean Connery. As Spartan bought. Spot to. Sean Anyway. Oh candice there there was a time in Syracuse New York. I couldn't get Steve Out of bed? I call him I. Texted Him I called him. I texted him. I went downstairs found out his room number. They didn't want to give it to me. I said, I paid for the frigging room. And went up there bang on the door. So finally, I couldn't get it. I was like he's dead he's dead. He's in there. He's dead and I'M GONNA have to get the I mean, how does this go down right? and. Are called Tony Tony Get Steve. and. Anyway he answered right on on that one so. Different. So it wakes me up the other night the other night I get a tap on my shoulder and he goes I need the card debit card, the business card. So for what he goes hundred sixty bucks I said for what? And he goes well, I'm just taking care of us. That's an. Abeer thousand with another group of people as it. Abeer he's like. Well, I'm taking care of you. And Kyle who was traveling buddy. Travels with some and just take care of us and I said you're not taking care of. Syracuse Hotel Room. That's right. We'll be right back. I give you the fevers don't sir, Derek, wife, I need the vapors. The. Romances. He. Mantech let me tell you my Denham Denham with earl snakeskin boots. Look at them. Odd. Wearing shoes today. It's true. You know I kinda got a little bit of the Holy Spirit's conviction over the weekend I thought you know I need to start back to getting dressed for the show. Because we're we're taking this show to a whole new level I. Mean we really are it's. Wearing. Now wear socks. That's the. That's. Coming. Back. Today. which look at what mark found is. Yeah, Denham Denham. My nose. Itchiness not Kobe. Sean. This is what chance was built in the swamp cooler here. Look at that sucker right there. Styrofoam Styrofoam. And he went there with such expertise like he knew what he was doing look at it, look at him admiring his work. He's looking at his soul in a cooler right there. Yeah I think that'll work but he drilled a hole in the Styrofoam and he was running that sucker through. The blaze could have just bought an air conditioner. GotTa Love Chance Dude. We have the best people around here and let me before we go any further out I gotta say. Thank you to Kansas and I gotta say thank you to mark and a chance and to Stephen Your husband. And you know there's so many people who are behind the scenes to do so many things there's Bucci Sean, but then there, Sean, who's you know around here in James and all those guys that folks will never know because we don't show their faces they just do so much. They. Don't WANNA be shown. A lot of work around here and you for coming in, of course, Hot News Natalie who just makes our life better and even we wish her well at fat camp. And Steve Party Steve who you know people somebody the other day was talking about did you see they posted a picture of you on instagram the picture they took with you? You gotTA show Steve Online waiting on him. That's Kinda Nice Fun? Yeah. He's got a line waiting on him to take pictures with him. Somebody poses the thing they said if you don't know party fouls, Steve is he's the best he sits over there and makes the funniest comments on the show and be like. Him. You see that post I didn't. You'll be looking. We're not gonNA. Stand there. And Pretty Boy Jason Hernandez Metro Hernandez I mean there's so many that didn't like a year. Yeah. been a minute. He he's. He's love he's hurt. He was getting married when asked not spread those rumors I'm not. GonNa marry. Willis do I'm GonNa give you because sometimes we'll. We'll take shows we'll actually work. In vain because. There are things that can't be aired things that can't be shown things that shouldn't be show. So. There was a time when matlock the host of the matlock show came in and sat down and it turned into a three hour episode. Oh? God. This is back before. Shit show, we never aired it because it was just a lot because one of my favorite episodes was the day that. The four of us and when I said the four I mean Metro Jason. We sat down and did an hour and a half hour forty five minutes and we were we were a little bit Under the influence. and. And Anyway. That was a fun fun fun funny show. This one I thought, we could do the same thing with matlock it turned into a little much. So we we took some clips from it. Kansas did edited it together and we WANNA share about five minutes of that with you. So here's a hodgepodge of and we have a whole library of things that are out there that if they ever got out, I, would never be the governor of Texas. But I but I can who knows maybe I could be the next wizard of Oz. So. Here you go check it out enjoy. Hey bring some of that good stuff over here Steve. You got any good stuff. This is this is just a free for all episode. I. Don't know why anybody would watch listen to this. There's a lot of work that goes into what we do. You think there's life on other planets matlock yes, he did. Not like being I don't know that. Yeah. I mean I think there is life other places. Yes you basically you have claws but are they real or do they actually my them? Sure they do buy them I I'm sure they do your nails are Kinda like your claws rolls right the for yeah. Grasping and holding and scratching and Your little toy with your stuff now that stuff. Yeah. Did. You know that if you swab underneath your fingernails? And then and you and you let that back Tiriac grow in a petri dish or whatever, and you swab a public toilet you will get more bacteria from the fingernails than you will from the public toilet. Know that. You know what? My? Pronoun my preferred Pronoun is. Men can have periods jackass no they'll edit that out cannabis. The Mormons are tough. They could take y'all got to go to shock dot blaze. Wasn't website. Thank God. There's another me I know a bunch of people have lost fingers lost digits would splitting but let's talk about Ma'am things I grew up in a garage. I. Pay Everything Online Cruz is a nice guy I mean like I'm. Like Oh, God. Dear, God golomb not as. The. Race cars. I grew up in a race cars I. I saw he turned into. Tom Cruise. The other day. I. Walked into the airport bathroom. Diogo. All, it's all I. I see her. Saying? No No. Things don't make sense like right now it's like my birth control pill. Matt. Matt. Matt host of the Matlock show you have not been around sexy not. Long enough to realize that he says bullshit. Gets the truth it sounds good what he got Ila. There they cancelled humor may on blaze TV because you people are assholes don't like to subscribe. Do you want to get into real conspiracy theories because? George. Clooney is. All New world order he's already. He's part of the stock blow your mind I could blow your mind. I'll say. Pope. And I don't know. either. Elevated shoes though they look like they have. Six so don't know. So let me tell you the story of these shoes. God's can I can I go? He'd learning Scott and GOPI. We knew that. It was going to go to the bathroom. Crayfish. Okay we were we were on your shoes for a minute you're going to come back to Mitt Romney. Down here. So two years ago. I went to this Joshua's locker room. Where they sell shoes. They made right here in Texas or their Japanese Japanese brand new. I know. Are we still rolling. What are we at how far we in one fifty, one glass fantastic do here's what I wanted to spend. Here's what I WANNA do I WANNA do I want us to come up here one night? Also, stay all night man. We're going to an all night podcast. I have to spend hours bleeping this podcast. Already a live show will only bring lawsuits but oh, you know what's funny is how many lawsuits have popped up I'm very diverse in the people that I hire. Got A HIPPIE Brown person I got a redhead who has no soul scattered drink up do you guys ever Kiss Yep okay? Kansas don't post this clip Utah off every Catholic on the planet. By saying that they're all pedophile I didn't say they all were. SEEDS TO PEDOPHILIA JIM matching celebrate. Oh I was from my first marriage. Remember remember thirty minutes ago when I said we kissed yeah he's on Gay. Things. But you're not getting gay they're. Kissing another man fantastic space. Entrepreneurs. Here we go. Here we Go. Here we go. there. No. There it is. You came see. What's funny. Is there will be about thirty three people who will hang in and watch this entire episode. There are a lot of people out there that don't have lives are friends. or You. What profession has the most peddle false I believe I can fly. I believe I can. Think about it ever now. I they. Spread Wings, and fly who? Better night. You're fifty four seconds over I believe I need to pay. Oh Lord that was horrible. That was three hours. We sat there. Three hours we set. Feel A. Listen if I was sitting there talking about, let's go all night. Then that's what it felt like see candace had to go through all that crap and start pulling clips. She asked me last week she goes how do I pull clips from that and I said just keep scrolling in about every three minutes and just pull the ten seconds because the entire thing was like that and now you're going to have people it'd be like we want to see the whole. Attitude which don't really do telethon. On. Telephone for that. Some Pluto Channel Two fifty and I'm glad they did that I'm thankful. But that's one of those things where we can't go like forever and ever and ever. But. You never know you need to. TV special. Special. Get the number well, you also. We used to do before we my show expanded to the hour. We did the thirty minutes and then we did overtime you could still do a special overtime. That Could do that. They're going Oh God now. Do it I'll bring out, brings bring earl, and some supplies are. The goods. I'm praying for men and Brian Burrow Y'all come see me and Port Charlotte this weekend. We're not done. Three hundred episode folks we will be right back. Loophole Invokes folks I'm holding. Just. Got It. Yeah. You won't see. That fact pack shirt backpack designed their the Chad show. That's what it looks like. It comes in a lot of different colors to had a mad pink is well, that's the blue and I love that. So if you go to shop dot blaze media dot com slash Chad, that's a lot. That's a lot of attention. Shop Dot, blaze media. There's the address right there on the screen dot com slash chat. And if you get on there, you can you can You can shop for Sarah Gonzalez merchandise as well. It matters you get the news and why it matters it'll be. Yeah. I want. A surrogate shirt I want your face. That's like the the swimsuits with the Chad pray their face on them. So weird but they thought that was a good idea Tim de Tomato. Old that was I said I wanna I'm Chad. Pray there on. So we're. Two of them out. One of the best things they ever came up with in my opinion was this party. Tom Image right here. Says it's party time. Mom with my goofy face got the tank. Yeah. Oh I got the party time. Mom Tanga absolately got the you know you got the chat break their show on one side Alexander. Samal is the guy that came up with all of these ideas, these designs and stuff he's Typically. When you see artwork and stuff going on. Around the Blazers Alexander I do love this Chad pray their show logo. On the hat. I love that. Enter our network president guests in Mooney's always wearing that. Yeah it's a good hat. Yeah. You can get them same place. I don't really make any money off of that pennies on the dollar people pennies on the dollar. We're trying to make our benevolent overlords. Understand I'm a hardworking man and the money I do make our giveaway so. Wearing the same clothing. August Steve. says. I'm GONNA need to rooms for Florida. One for my luggage. Like Dude. Live large. Card, for that, I'm going to need a room for luggage I need a closet. He's his own writer. Yeah. Much. Luggage we're having to carry on the road these days. It's a lot. It's a lot. We checked six bags. Wow to go to a lot Utah for just for. Them. It's hard but. Merchandise, armor, united sales have been we came back on cases. which is almost more awkward to carry empty suitcases and check on the airport than full once. Yeah. Like they're like this. Case, like the up it's a suitcase in a suitcase. Don't ask questions. I did enjoy going through the Salt Lake Airport. There are certain airports I really get recognized in by the people who work there dfw. Airport yes Salt Lake City. Really. From the TSA. To. The Gate agents to. Yesterday. I started to scan my phone. And the La- for my boarding pass and the lady, the ticket agent there the gate agent she goes. Thank you, Chad. And I was and I had not scamming. Me Too and I was like six people in front of you. I didn't say anything because I thought maybe I. Like. That was weird yeah. Time lout. But she said, thank you Steve Yeah before in my name pass Stephen. Before a scandal and now it makes sense. And so. Yeah. It was. There was another lady that recognizes us in the airport because we came down and we ran into that couple who's wearing the chat for governor shirt. And another lady walked up and she goes Oh my God can I please take a picture with you whenever you people always say I hate to bother you it is not above them it is not a bother. Unless. I'm getting a colonoscopy. I don't mind getting recognized. Turn it is it is humbling. Means a lot I. Love the support for. You, you understand the reason I started doing what I was doing I was I was so depressed in my life I was so down. I had nothing I was single. And those of you know me know that jade is not my first wife. we don't have children together she has one I have four, we have five so and our excess both great people but we were both single and I was super depressed. I was down in life I. Mean I was I was hiding in a cave. A lot of it was by my own choice and came to the realization has said you know what? If I died today, nobody come to my funeral I mean just because I was in hiding nobody even knew where I was living I was deep deep in the middle of nowhere living in the southeast. It's really hard to picture you like I. was I was deep in the middle of nowhere. That's how depressed I was. I didn't want to be known I was in Small Town USA hiding out for a few years. And then went into the kind of went into the corporate world for a little while and emerged, and then finally as I started to get. Confidence back. I said, okay. I got to do something with my life. That's. Created to do something different. So, humbling right when people come up to you and they're like, now they want to take a picture with and he said well I don't want to bother you with this and it's not a bother a picture. It's not a bother. You know you're not asking me for money Steve. Does that can put up with him. So anyway this lady came up. She wanted to take a picture and stuff like that. The people were like, oh She's like Oh, my God I saw your shirt and I loved your your jet for Governor, shirt and they're like, well, he's right up there. Having breakfast, and I didn't know they had seen us that they're having breakfast. It's so weird. How many times we're out in public and people see us and never say anything until after the fact, that's why Steve You gotta watch what you do Bro. You've got to start wearing pants the lobby. It happens. Steve. From the Road Steve recognized in what demoing or debut somewhere in Iowa he's having a conversation with somebody in the lobby and a guy walks up to him. So there you on a podcast. And he said the guy said I've never watched it but I've only always listened to it and he recognized Steve's voice runway. On here. Big Fan. You almost say nothing almost nothing. I say the important stuff. Trailer. Saying what about Catholics? One I get a free pass. there's things I. WanNa say there but I don't WanNa go that. We don't have that long but. I just gotTa say three hundred episodes in. Thank you to Kansas. Thank you tomorrow and we've had a blast with all of this stuff. We really have. WE'VE ENCOURAGED PEOPLE GO TO WATCH CHAD DOT COM, get our tour schedule come out and and it's so fun when we have people who. Tell us that they listen to the show. You know the come to the live shows and like man we've been watching the show every day or listen show and it's great. It's it's weird how that works. So we're having a blast doing, we're not done. We're also not done with this show more. Thanks to tell you when. Yeah, Buddy I. Love doing this show people always ask me like where do you WanNa go with all of this stuff in your life and I'm like I'm doing it. Right. Doing it and I love being a part of the blaze family Lavina part of this networks. My family it is people spend such a streamlined group because Govan. We're really. been. As you know I'm GonNa be like I'm going to have a baby within this timeframe in no one will at work we'll have seen me pregnant except for you guys. Isn't that weird Next time we see them probably. I'm just going to have this random. Release Sarah's holding. We never saw Sarah. It's weird. It's okay. By the time they come back your baby maybe five years old. Coming back, we might become daily wire by then. That's. I mean. That's just a test to see if our executives are watching this far into the program right there. You let me know and you get that tax. Email. May on the Oma. Anyway God, bless you been been knowles I. Love Been Knowles. Michael Shapiro. Klavan Andrew Walsh. Keeps calling me. Keep trying to give you a show. Compliance for. Your phone number as pretty cool. I was surprised the number of friends I have worked for them so. Yeah Yeah It's it's funny. Sarah Gonzales unfiltered on Youtube and of course, the news why it matters. I love that show it's fun I. Love The show with. People send people into stuff all talking about our dynamic and how love us together yes. We have that chemistry. There are some that are a little jealous jealous because my proximity to Sarah. And her. Levada. That's just because at least my opportunity to be on her show that day clay, we gotta have you. GOTTA GET Party for Steve On that show one day try to absent that he was gone. He had left her like we had an emergency and Chad was going to be on this. Can you imagine I'll just sit there and be clouded no you. Ever Done I. Can't. Let's make that happen your your show, mean your show Friday episodes. Minutes named of a fun show. It is fun. Thank you. GO TO WATCH CHAD DOT COM. That's where all the fun stuff is. Of course, you can party foul Steve. You'll follow him at party foul Steve Online and follow me on all the stuffs God. Bless you guys. Thanks for taking us to three hundred Levy godless talk to you tomorrow back. Off.

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Ep 369 | MSM Fails Victims. THIS Is How You Remember 9/11

The News & Why It Matters

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Ep 369 | MSM Fails Victims. THIS Is How You Remember 9/11

"I want you to know is on bended knee in order for the people who lost here for the workers. You work here for the families more. This nation stands dance with the people of New York City and New Jersey and Connecticut. Has We mourn the loss of thousands of our citizens and I I I can hear you hear you and the doctor I welcome to the news and why it matters I am Sarah Gonzales Hollis today joined by Glenn Beck of course the Mr Glenn Beck Stupor Gear and we got back in the House blaze TV v host of slightly offensive Ilija Schaefer. You know last time you were here. You were not blaze. TV host I wasn't I was just heavily offensive and I'm have you still slightly offensive a little more fully now. Everyone comes over eventually. Welcome official. Welcome to the family. got a lot to get until but first we want to thank our sponsor relief factor relief factor is told a couple of stories today one guy named. 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That's we've got kids going into college who did not live through. This is the first one first election that you'll have voters if you'll have voters that don't remember it so i WanNa Kinda. Get your thoughts on. Maybe the consequences of of that but Glenn Ah you actually spoke with that firefighter that was in a book with spoke to a fascinating story like everybody knows him but you don't really no his story he was not even a firefighter is retired. He was sixty some years old. let me think. I mean he's almost eighty now but he was he just went there. His family said GRANDPA stop it. You're not a firefighter anymore like I've got to be down there and he just the bridge was blocked. He got into his car and he drove across the bridge is faked his way through his way through and I was there. I was there at Ground Zero you union fake your away through stuff. It was it was it was police officers all the way across the island k. e. You could not move without the police officers the cutting off back then you got past that then you went and there was the first time I ever saw military in the streets of of America and they were sitting on Humvees with machine guns and somebody behind it and you're like Oh and he bluffed his way through that and was just working. You know trying to dig people out they he had helped find the the big firetruck that they were standing on. They adjust moved it over. Guy came over and said is that safe up there and he's like yeah. He's like somebody who's GonNa come over. You should get down when he gets up next thing. He knows the president's there and he tried to get down and you can see it in the video. He says I'm I'M GONNA get down because Bush said. Where are you going. He's like no you stay up here with me and he put his arm around him. He went home his family had said you're not going to get in. They're not going to help and when he gets home in everybody's over at his house going Bob and he didn't even realize cameras were there. He thought nobody's GonNa believe me that. I saw the president today. Wow collector you. Do you remember nine eleven. I feel like you're by far the youngest one at the table as being thirty years younger than everyone here all all right hold on now Zygote during the time of but yeah I mean what's what's really weird. I think a lot of people don't realize is that with younger generations a kind of get written off as forgetting about nine eleven forgetting that it actually happened. It's like Whoa you were young but I mean when you're young you remember like abuse when you're young you remember tragedy and trauma and I think that nine eleven really was a traumatic experience for younger people that that the older generations don't realize because the whole world changed when you were younger be we we even though I was only eight when it happened. I never heard about you know tapping and spying on citizens about national security about invading other countries America was just a safe place and then after that you suddenly felt the fear and you can tell when when adults are trepidation you can tell when they're afraid and I know when we went to a prayer meeting my church that night and people were crying trying that I you know the tears the sadness people that maybe wouldn't have been patriotic just coming together. You knew it was serious and it sears your heart you know ever since then and you know that you can never get back that innocence and I think it Kinda scarred the country and almost took away an innocence in the nation the young to all these kind of unfair to ask ask because your father actually went and was at ground zero and helped restore things if you will and and has trouble today still right as part of the the the fund as part of this group of people. I'm not sure the exact name of the he's a part of but I know that that he's like on a watch slowest of all these types of things I know that he has. He has plenty of health problems in his life. Obviously we don't know what's linked to what anymore but I know that a lot of the people he knows it went down there. I mean he's a pastor and quite frankly. He just knew. I need to go there just like that firefighter. He knew I need to be there and so I know like my family. Your Dad's gone and you realize that it's so serious various war from L. A. You've got you got you got to he needed to get the hardest to get a flight around that time general let alone to New York and I think I mean we saved. He told us to save. The magazines saved the newspapers. Remember this day like you're never gonNA forget it and that's so ingrained in my head and I don't think to be honest. I don't think think of public schools did enough. I was home schooled and a lot of public school students that they were just sent home or they just turned on the news and so it wasn't passed to them but having that family intensity really really late in my heart is interesting because I was divorced and my children were living with their mom and she he said I don't want them watching any of this and so I how old were they they were nine and seven seven maybe and so I abided and when the movie nine eleven the flight or F- United Ninety three or whatever it was that movie that came out the first one that showed the actual I took my daughters who are much older than in college and I took them to that movie and that was the first time that they had ever seen the world trade centers. Come down really read about it. They knew it. They had seen pictures but had never seen them. Come down devastated just do it was it was we walked out of the theater and we walked down. Fifth Avenue and and my daughter was just just as devastated as as I was and she knew all of it. She just had not seen it. Still you have kids. It's who are about the same age as mine and it's something that I struggle with two is like I you you want to preserve their innocence right like I don't WanNa sit in my seven year old son down and tell him this is what today is all about and we need to remember this because this is what happened I think it's a mistake I didn't. I think it's a mistake in retrospect at what age though because there's got to be a line right you know. Have you ever read Grimm's. Fairy Tales really really dark. I mean they are tale really dark and they were all done to scare the crap out of little kids to tell them hey. This is the world you're going into all right right. you come up to a big candy house and you're hungry yeah. There's a witch inside you can't eat the house it if that doesn't work life's it's not candy and free gingerbread houses. That's what Hansel and Gretel is supposed to teach. You and all of these fairy tales are like that and we stop stop telling them. We've dignified everything so there's nothing to worry about well. There's plenty of things to worry about and not to dwell on it but that's part of growing up. You got to know these these things happen and we're doing everything we can to protect you but when something this big that has changed the course of Humanity Hannity May in the end be the key responsible factor for losing freedom around the world and that happens they should know about it Stony Oni agree yeah I mean I guess I don't know what the age is exactly. I mean I haven't talked to my kids about it really at all I am trying to preserve their innocence and probably to to some level. That's too high but I think that's normal for parents with little kids. You don't Wanna I'm going to put that in their minds on but I mean I six and eight the boy and girl or grown boys eight girl six while I that's how I gender them. I don't know what their actual gender haven't declared not declared yet so you know it's just amazing because I mean how that really pushed into every part of life right. I mean like my my wife used to work at Z one hundred in New York and She that studio was on and the opposite side of the river in Jersey City with giant glass windows looking right at the World Trade Center was and we have a clip that we play every year in some sort of nine eleven montage where you know the morning show's coming out of a Jennifer Lopez song and like there's something going on the World Trade Center like either. There seems to be on fire and it's it's the you know hundreds of thousands millions of kids sitting there listening to that happen all over the country in real time and you know it had to has to affect you. It wasn't just the news. It was everything so here. Let me just let me just tell this story when I was at CNN and Fox. I had to have special permission. The only video I had to have special permission and from the executive floor to play the video of the towers on fire and or collapsing it was in a vault and it was never never for air unless it was September eleventh or you had a damn good reason so you already have people protecting us from those images is I think it's important because what the what they do is they erase the image of this because they're protecting us from anger while elevating this nonsense of Islam Phobia and you see this in today's world with the New York Times and also the the The Washington Post where they are. They're telling a different story. It's important they are the keeper of the vault literally the keeper of the Volt I wanna get into all of those the New York Times and the Washington Post and all of those. Let's let's go ahead and do that. 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You have to follow these people all the time. It's a lot of work but thanks for doing it so federal government a good template a following people and yeah we just call we call for an accurate that right so. I WANNA get into some of the coverage of nine eleven today. Maybe I just don't have a very good memory but I don't recall that. It's ever been this bad. I don't know if you allies. Would you agree with that. You know I I really think that the media is so out of touch with the actual country three and so out of touch with what's best for us that they're not even hiding their social reengineering. I mean it's it's gotten to a point where the stories that they're writing eating are basically taking reality and then removing it entirely and saying Lin- room well. What what do we want the people to think. How do we want them to behave. Oh here's what we'll do and I understood when the media for instance. Let's say something happened where you twist. He's like mass shooting right and so we have like the Dayton the Paso and one of them's radical left-wing radical right wing and they selectively choose one story which is it's true. It's a guy with right wing ideas so it's not false selectively leaving out but now what they're doing is they're doing something unthinkable where they're taking Americans who who lost their lives and also lots of servicemen who have who have signed up because of nine eleven eleven and the things that happened in Americans who were patriotic. You remember the years after and there's we don't care about those people but we're really concerned about is not uniting the country. It's just rooting out these false monolithic Islamaphobia which is crazy idea like people just don't like Muslims or are afraid of them because they are racist you know and then they the the skew the whole narrative when Islamaphobia is not even in my opinion. It's not even a big issue. I have Muslim friends. I've never like stay away. I've never I've never thought all Muslims are bad. I've never met a person who thinks all Muslims are bad and they they have this idea that America is racist and if you talk about your past if we look at nine eleven that makes you a bigot that makes you against progress and instead. We're GONNA forget about these deaths. Were no longer going to remember. It and we're GONNA talk about racism again. Talk about specifically what the New York Times The Washington Post did so the New York Times there were a couple of different things from them so first of all the in the well yeah let's do the tweet sweet so in their tweet that they to their credit deleted but they had a tweet out this morning that said eighteen years have passed since airplanes took aim and brought down the World Trade Center. Today families will once again gather and grieve at the site where more than two thousand people died airplanes took aim is they did it. Was that that new Boeing plane that's been grounded. you just all of a sudden the game it was like World Trade Center Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon and it just took over the airplane Muslim trying to stop it. I think this is it's unbelievable and then let me just another from the New York Times in their op-ed section. They had the only thing that they had in reference to nine. Eleven today was called the world nine eleven took from us which was a Muslim talking about how he learned that he was different and basically he learned about Islamaphobia that that was that was the one who learn about Sheila. No no didn't ha- because I would think if I was a Muslim and my parents were Muslim and they were great. Americans love the country and even were from that part of the world and escaped from that nightmare. I think that's what my parents would have been teaching me. This is why Sharia Law aw is a frigging nightmare. We have a woman on you. You have you heard of the. Al Qaeda bride k the the woman she was over in England. She's not the one that should not the bad one. That was like well no really I had no idea this woman admits she was part of it. She got out of it because she started she had children. She started to see what was going on. She's going to be on the radio show with us tomorrow night. She said today we were talking to her. and she said I read the Constitution and I read your declaration of Independence. I don't I don't understand you people apple. I've never read anything like that before that in the world that I lived in you did you. You didn't have any of that. That's somebody who looks at Islam and says okay. I could have friends who are Islamic but this is Sharia Ria law and this goes against everything that any anyone in the West understands as freedom. Why aren't we talking about that because we have had shepherds all along the way that don't like America don't like us like what we've done as as Westerners Turner's and are trying to make sure that they can change that and they're shaping it and you said I love what you said. It's kind of like and I know that it's not what you meant because what you really meant was it's kind of like it is. They are reshaping us. They are repackaging the truth intentionally intially to make us believe something it's nudge but it's being done on a global scale and now with the help of Google and everyone else ah Elisha you were you were all over the Washington Post story so all over all over these news outlets because you know why this is why they hate us because they went to act like conservatives don't exist and part of our job. Now is become like fifty percent of my job become just calling out the crap on the left just to say hey not all of us are believing this because of the pressure of people like myself and a lot of other people they have to delete these because when we haven't gone away with it yet but what's scary about this is getting on it so early to see that so early in the morning in America on September eleventh they were prepared armed and ready to push propaganda to to just the unloaded on the people and he thought they were going to get they wouldn't have done it. They didn't think they were GONNA. Get Away with it. And then we'd go. Oh shoot America we haven't we haven't brainwash them enough yet. GotTa delete that but we'll try tried again next year so yesterday yesterday. This is what they did today yesterday. The New York Times had to delete a tweet that said this is the death day of off of Chairman Mao if China who is remembered as one of the Great Revolutionaries of the twentieth century. That was the day before her. You would think if you have to keep deleting these tweets you'd be like hey we got a problem in the tweet department maybe we should we have a problem with people not the tweets they keep keep mocking president trump for all of his tweets but they seem to be deleting a lot of them from themselves at least yeah. I was taking a crap three o'clock in the morning when I thought because you know you yeah still don't know what that means and September eleven. It's kind of weird because it gives you a different. It's different perspective. You're watching this footage go on I used to give. MSNBC one day of viewing per year because every year they would run the actual footage as it happened you know from minute and they stopped doing it and I. It's a sign I think you now. It's a it's a it's emblematic of what's happening right. Now I mean I went on twitter this morning largely because if you will go to Ari Fleischer's account today because he he does a minute by minute thing of what happened that day he was there with Bush the whole time it's fascinating to read and I read it. I tried to read it every single year but I mean when I got on there. It was all it was was you know Burnley Conservatives pointing out about the New York Times which is obviously horrible and like you know pathetic job by them and the left saying trump is tweeting things things about he was he was tweeting about you know typical political battles and whereas where the euro remembrance of nine eleven tweets and it's like on nine eleven. It's so which easier I think to give yourself perspective and stop back like okay like you know. People are tweeting dumb things like how is this the thing that we focus on all the time. I feel like we waste so much time going back back and forth about a lot of this stuff that goes away like they'll think of sharpy gate. We're we're. We're a week away from sharp e. Sharqi flicking even think about it. That's I never thought of that. Yeah I did try to understand what the heck the big deal exactly advertising for Sharpie they've ever but I mean it's just like all the come and they go right and three days later these thing that seems super important one day three days later is nothing you know. I like nine eleven. I lived. I think at least gives you a moment of perspective to sit back and say like here's some eighteen years ago and we still I still remember I mean every time we play those clips in the morning every nine eleven. It's still still hits me. I mean I remember doing it. Brings everybody back to that moment. I don't know it would be nice because there was a time where right after nine eleven the nine twelve project was named for this particular purpose that people actually got rid of all that nonsense for a couple of days and it's something that we kind of try to get back to here and there but it is it. Doesn't it seems to work very well anymore but we still I mean it was based on principles and values water. What can we actually come together and agree on. It seems like so little these days all right back in a minute these interesting day one didn't have You are doing amazing work right now and it's something that I really want to talk to you about here. 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Ep 596 | Biden Picks Kamala to Be His VP. How Will the Left Respond?

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Ep 596 | Biden Picks Kamala to Be His VP. How Will the Left Respond?

"Today, the Seattle police chief resigns after a slash police budget shooting outside the White House yesterday and black leaders tell Joe Biden pick a black female VP or lose we've got coming up and it starts right now. Welcome to the news and why it matters I. Am Sarah Gonzales today joined by once again America's favorite cowboy. Chad pray their host of the CIA, pray their show on a believes, TV. Danamon. Don. Got Him. Fun. It's all there. They are with the with the red shoes that he's been flashing around the studio this week. Also joined by grant stench filled host of Newsmax as Saturday report. Thanks for being here as well. Good to see goodest Saturday because you're going to be with me. Yes, I am I am yes and I'm looking forward to it. So, let's get to what's going on in Seattle I find it to be very interesting Seattle police chief, Carmen Best. Who of course has denounced the mob rule going on in Seattle that has been going on since all of these black lives matter protests started I'm sorry black lives matter riots started and has, of course been targeted by aggressive protesters. She finally announced her resignation last night. Now, this was hours after a city council meeting. Took place and the city council voted seven to one to the police department annual budget by three million dollars, which will reduce the department's forced by one hundred officers. By the way most of those one hundred officers are people of color so Matter doing what they do best getting minorities out of jobs apparently because we've got a bunch of minority police officers who will now be out of a job and the black female police chief who has been pushed to resign of course, because of council actions Chad your thoughts. I've always said when we build a wall on the southern border, there's certain places we need to build a wall around that to a certain sections of Seattle and certain. You know certainly Portland and some of the bigger cities in California and things like that because it's an it's insane I'd say, let him have it. You Want WanNa, it let them have it give them their little area give them their spot. Let them do their thing and give them six weeks. It'll be Milan murderer each other. Done. Chess Chop. That lasted five days before the first homicide. So You know let them have it. You know the issues authority right? People don't want authority but you can't have authority unless you're under authority and at some point time you're going to be placed under authority. So. I would much rather have somebody that's there with authority over me to serve and protect than you know to have the warlord who's going to take over the streets, which is exactly what's going to happen in just a matter of time. If you continue the Shenanigans, our remind everybody black lives matter was started by three Marxist lesbians that have no intention of doing anything for the black community. In seven years, they've raised a billion dollars and they're not doing anything for community such as this. One is right and it's going to organizations that fund the Democratic Party. Much of the money being raised by black lives matter. But what makes me sad is that right? You push out carmen best a police chief who by the way is not some conservative law and order police chief. This is about as liberal as a police chief as it gets. So now you push her out and as you mentioned Sarah, you're GonNa have all these officers who are going to be out of a job mostly minority officers. There was a push longtime ago and still isn't many cities to hire minority officers. So we want more minority ar police who are be more representative of the community we serve fine. Seattle goes and clearly does that and so now these officers are going to be let go maybe it'll be attrition that they leave through. But either way my heart goes out to the officers were sticking around. And do I really want to tell those officers to leave I've said, I'd have real problems my son going into law enforcement today not because I don't think it's a noble job it certainly is but because I'm more afraid of what city hall will do to than some thug on the street will do them I know when he gets older, he'd be able to handle himself against the thug. You can't handle yourself against liberal mayor. So, what are you tell the city if you tell every police chief to every police officer to leave You leave good Americans who were hungry for law enforcement to be there for them out to dry. So I feel sorry for the officers that are sticking around. That is a great point because it certainly will affect. The recruits that come in after that what kind of what kind of people are you going to to get at that point if you're pushing away all of the officers who are doing the right thing that's my new phrase of the week you can fight a thug you can't find a liberal mayor I'm telling. Those are wise and true words being proven day in and day out in these cities. I know so many police officers in the Dallas Fort, worth area good men and women who just they say man I'm done. I just can't do this. Anymore we have no support. We can't go out and do it. So I can not not Texas I can only imagine. What places like Seattle or experienced it reminder by that's a beautiful city beautiful place beautiful few food, beautiful culture, beautiful people the Cowley bureaucracy share has a way of tearing things apart. Isn't it? Yeah. It's. It's you know you mentioned Chas John Deere. Do you guys remember when they thought that they were autonomous? They were like we want to form an autonomous zone. Oh, wait that means we have to be self sufficient never mind we don't want to form an autonomous zone please continue bringing us food and water. Funny. How things change and by the way they build a wall around it and they were checking ID's to get in and out of. That was racist. Racist all right so president trump. Got Caught in kind of a weird moment yesterday, he was giving a media briefing. And in the middle of the media briefing, he was stopped by these secret service who indicated that gunshots had been fired outside of the White House. Here is a little bit of what that looks like. It looks like they're just about going to be dumping records hopefully soon. Enough? Love it up. Now. We were talking I was talking to chat about this earlier the the reports that surfaced i. of course, you never know the accuracy of the reports but you know they said shots fired outside the White House. They said the secret service had actually shot someone who had come close to the White House with a gun but then child said Chad you said later that. Just are armed found on the person, but he did make drawing motion as he charged secret service and he went into a firing position to shot him in the torso Yea. So that so that's the situation. The interesting thing that I heard earlier today is there are certain people in the media who are actually questioning whether or not don trump set this whole thing up. Like this was staged in order to make him look good. So that's power right there. If you can tell the secret service hey, go find bomb charge you so you can shoot him. Shoot to wound up right just. So we can interrupt this whole thing and the cameras ago off and it gives us a moment nine come back out and say. Rattled. Wet. Okay. So Chad just referenced afterwards President Trump you gotta give Kudos to him for coming back out starting the press conference over. And you know answering questions as dumb as they may have been here a little bit of what that looked like. A. Little while we'll have a full report. Brought to them rattled. Unfortunate that this is. A world, but the world's always been. A dangerous place. I only live in the most secure, building, the entire world surrounded by men who will kill you if you come anywhere near. The president's now. That's. Funny when when they tell him, he's just like, oh You. Know Very calmly reminded me of though as a TV host and I'm sure you've been there where something happens in your ear you lose prompt or and then you don't know should I tell the viewers that something's wrong right? I know you've been there on your show should I tell him I'm wrong try to fake to get there. We'll trump just kind to fake to get there and leaves I would rather him just turned said Hey, there's a little situation outside the White House, the secret service. They get very reactive about stuff like this and protecting me I gotTA leave I'm GonNa come right back. Have the president pulled out instantly you're thinking nine eleven. You're thinking this is the president's got pulled out of a live press conference well in there and there were people who pointed out you can hear the secret service agents say shots fired. So then people start speculating on that and that's not a good situation for anyone So what are your thoughts grant on what what Chad brought up which is the the latest conspiracy theory that Donald Trump apparently the dumbest man on the face of the planet to the Left. But also at the same time, a complete mastermind at everything that he does concoct some crazy a plan to make a shooting up at the White House I gue- jobs, right. This is what they do whatever story out there whether it's Russian collusion and he's a bumbling idiot he's a mastermind when it comes to rigging elections and all of these things so That's utterly ridiculous. I mean, how do you respond with stupid as Dory like that come on like the president's going to do that and It doesn't make any sense and they're grasping at straws, but they'll throw that stuff out there because I promise you. There are those on the left that we believe it. They'll literally believe it and they'll only believe it because Don Lemon told them. It was true and I'm here to tell you anything comes out of his mouth do not believe it's true. It's the opposite that should be happening. But this is what we're up against. They just make up less when the truth does not work for you. You're only left with one other option and that's to lie make up stories. Cost to she doesn't work for you. They don't believe it exists. So. Make. what what are your thoughts Chad on Donald Trump went, when was at the end of last week when he made the comment that? You know he may be doing more things from inside the White House because. Much yeah. Yeah there were a lot of people out there. who of rich people are rich people out of influential people with a lot of money and so you might not be seeing that much anymore I don't know I think that's some of That's Donald Trump's theatrics that go on. You know here's a guy who can sit on a toilet at three in the morning and tweet something out. And control the news cycle for thirty six hours. He knows the power he wields he's like a laser pointer two cats and they're they're all over it. They run all over the place. You know they're trying to find trying to get to what he means. I mean what is he saying? What are the what does this and they? They parse every verb and they diagram every sentence that he says. And it's just Donald. Trump. Being Donald Trump. He knows how to play 'em I mean, for instance, you talk about. I don't know do. I seem rattled. He said, yes or we know what would happen their head? He just said no, they would've questioned that. Throw it that's that's the genius if you will of. Donald. Trump of being just a master troll that he is. So when he says things like that, now I didn't say no, I gave you something to talk about right for another two days. I mean Hell we jump right on a made a t-shirt of it. I mean, we know we capitalized on it jump right on same round. There's donny shirts. Yeah. He's Tom Man. WHAT SHAD DOT COM? that. Sure we've got more to come I WANNA. Thank our sponsor this segment I target pro- So you know some of you may still be living in places where you can't get to the gun range. 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All right breaking news as of the time of this taping we talked about at the beginning of the show I said. Democrat. was a list of black people. Black men who had signed a letter who were like you better pick a black VP female Joe Biden or you're gonNA lose well apparently. Joe Biden listened to them. He just finally announced today this afternoon who has vice presidential pick is and the drum roll is let's watch. And there it is. It is officially a Joe Biden Comma. Harris. Ticket Joe Biden just tweeted out as well. I have the great honor to announce that I picked connell a Harris, a fearless fighter for the little guy and one of the country's finest public servants as my running mate back when Carmela was attorney general, she worked closely with Bo I. Watched as they took on big banks, lifted up working people and protected women and kids from abuse. I was proud then and I'm proud now to have her as my partner in this campaign it's really weird because I didn't see him mention all of the minorities that she put in jail for lengthy sentences but I guess he just kind of skipped over. I'm GONNA follow the NRA's lead. He clearly did not write that tweet. No No. Census written in complete sentences. At about one of his tweets. This is a nightmare and as the Second Amendment Guy Kamala Harris is you can't even call her anti-gun she wants to Second Amendment repealed. She has worked most of her career to disarm the law abiding and give felons pass when it comes to gun crimes. This bad news on that front it's bad news for anybody who likes freedom. And this woman she's she's been open about what she wants for America and she wants a bigger government out to control you and to control your every move and so he picks Kamala Harris because a few boxes, one color and sex, and that's how you pick a VP today. Find Democrats have at it because let's now go have a debate on the issues. Well she's not black and that's the problem. So the AP. Knife Two Thousand Sixteen wrote a story headline of which says, and the business insider says California's Kamala Harris becomes first Indian American US senator. So I guess based on what those guys said. He Ain't gonNA. Win. She Ain't black. But again, you know he, he's the authority on WHO's black WHO's not Remember well, wasn't it? Wasn't it her that like they someone published a story about how her sisters in Jamaica owned slaves. That was her and. Her father came out and say none no, you're not. You're Jamaican you're not black right so you're not African Americans. He can't claim well it. I mean you are what you say you are these days. Stranded for VP. I. Guess You can determine your lot of things but I mean I remember the I. Think it was the first debate, the democratic debate she really must him in quite a bit over the over the bussing thing. Right she came at me she said look I don't think you're a racist but you don racist stuff in Your Life Joe Well we've seen him say a lot of racist things over time and it's just gotten worse. It's like what can you say this week the to racist so I just go back to the fact she's shame black. You Ain't black hat. How do you think grant? How does this dynamic play out because as Chad just brought up there they were she. Well, I shouldn't say they were going at each other. She was going at him hard in those primaries. Joe's been around politics long enough to know it's a big game and that's what happens during primary races look at. President trump and all the people that were throwing combing throwing bombs at him. Now, part of his administration now I mean, that's just the way politics place I. Think for Joe Biden though what is bigger concerns? Kamala Harris could overshadow him Joe Biden. I know we joke about not getting a sentence he cannot get a sentence out in a in a complete fashion. Kamala Harris going overshadow Joe. Biden and if you're running for president, United States, you don't want your vice president overshadowing you. You're supposed to be the president is states that her? So. There's that dynamic and I don't think Joe Biden is going to be happy when he sees Kamala Harris out there running around spouting her mouth off and he's still stuck in his basement. Can you have a successful Democrat campeign in twenty twenty running on a ticket where you're vice president is known as being tough on crime? This is a fluke she wasn't tough on crime. No. Tagged as being. Cry For a Democrat. This. Is Not a woman who's tough on crime and so. The Democrats the Democrats holding anyone accountable for. King. Bill flipflop on this. So they'll just totally ignore all of that because it worked when they wanted to pin her that way. Now, they'll just change reality. This is what Democrats. Do they just change the truth whatever story they want and So look what wall gun felons running around free in California. I will tell you the Kamala Harris was still a very progressive I. Don't like that we're a liberal district attorney. Chadd. What do you think? Well. I agree with it I mean it's the just flip flop the story on what the standard is anymore right? I. Mean. What are we talking about her being hard on crime we're talking about people who were smoking marijuana, right? In California so I mean that that was such a minor thing and she was so hard on that. Supposedly that's the way they tried to painter, and now just flipping, they're just forget any of that stuff exists in. That's the problem that we have because there's no standard anymore standard of truth you can't. The rules of the game always change. I would love reporter to literally ask Kamala Harris. Senator, what do you think when Joe Biden says, if you're not black and you don't vote from a you ain't black what do you think that he says African Americans don't have the diversity of Latinos. Is that not. Coming out of an old man's mouth like I want someone to literally put her on record asking what did you think Joe Biden said that and I want to watch her dance around that. And it'll be comedy. I don't know who in mainstream media have the guts to ask. You know I've said over and over again I wanted a comedy sketch of of what it would look like in a debate and the softball questions that would come to Joe Biden compared to what they would ask a donald trump and that situation because there'd be like did your leg hairs really lay down in the water? It'd be that kind of nonsense it would go on they're not going to asking you questions do either one of them. What is that I'm trying to figure out in? My had a what a pence Harris debate looks like. And I can't even I mean my sister Lola hers is not dumb. No, she'll be at all and it's Very. Horrible. She will be very formidable bay stage and I'm glad well-mannered. I'm glad Kamala Harris is not debating president trump. Would go at it back and forth and you know the fireworks would be there. She will be a tough debater. Mike. Mike Pence is such a nice guy but he's also a smart guy. You know he is holy underestimate. He may be the most underestimated vice president in the history of the United States you don't hear much about him. But behind the scenes that guy is doing a lot to keep America safe and keep this country on track that that's what I worry about is that it's all behind the scenes and people don't see an Mike Pence doesn't have the personality that American Politics Demands Right. Now. So Donald Trump changed the game for all of that. It's not about what necessarily comes out of your mouth. It's the perception of it Kamala dancing down the street with the you know doing the thing and her big laugh that she does with Chuck Schumer got onto her for laughing at an inappropriate time if he rolls her eyes at Chuck you know that kind of thing is what people look at those are the sound bites in the clips in the media spots that people remember Mike. So stoic you know vice president so STOIC, but he's so smart and if you just listen but I set it on yesterday's program, people don't know how to think critically or with any complexity of thought anymore. So to listen to someone versus to watch somebody shenanigans unfortunately, that's where we're at in American politics today. I just hope that. Maybe her PR person told her laugh just a little bit less like you don't have to laugh at every single thing that you ever say maybe because it's a little bit creepy, we've got more coming up I. We want to thank our sponsor this segment home at title locked so. 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We must be grateful to those who made the very first step important for our. Country and the entire world. Of course, he wants the international market to get in on it, and he also added that one of his doctors receive I'm sorry one of his daughters received the vaccine and said that initially at elevated temperature. But now she feels well and has a high number of antibodies. No word yet on if she has grown a third arm. Vitamin C. E days like a limo. Can you imagine that would take anything. Let me first of all. They can't keep the power on over there and you don't want to smoke near the Volga River thing might ignite. Water says. Daughter no word on whether or not he took it. Himself smoked cigarette in your eyes. So. Yeah. I mean I know can't see myself taking that. I'm sure I'll be watching Rachel maddow tonight and the report will be the president. Trump has volunteered to take the Russian. The Russian Chinese virus vaccine. And interesting conversation because I mean how do you navigate that if you're president trump Report Right. Right. Before an election I mean, you say I don't trust Russia then Rachel Maddow says president trump wants more Americans died because he will not accept the vaccine. That is a total. No win situation. To distance himself from longtime ally. Vladimir Putin. Is Willing to risk. It goes both ways Sarah's point though it goes both ways because now you've got it now you've got to put the mainstream media on Russia's side that the vaccine is good. Yes. So as you said, there is no truth they will play both sides to their advantage. Down Person. Of which you speak. Speaking. Of Corona Virus Corona virus related news kind of go we'll go we'll start domestically, and then if we have time, we can go back to an international sphere of corona. Virus. Official. Count of Nursing Home. Residents who died after Andrew Cuomo of course, forced the facilities to accept. Corona. Virus positive patients could actually be a significant undercount according to the associated. Press they said that New York is so far which by the way I'm talking about the new? York. The same New York who's totals are like what a third of the entire country's coronavirus deaths I mean we're not talking a small amount even though the mainstream media would lead you. To believe that Texas and Florida are the ones with the large number of cases. New York still takes the cake for that when you're talking about deaths and the New York own the New York numbers only counts nursing home residents who died on the property in their tally of nursing home fatalities meaning residents who are transported to a hospital before they died to the virus are actually not being counted in all of these death counts for nursing homes so The AP. Says how big of a difference could this make? Let's see federal regulators have required nursing homes to submit data each week whether or not residents died in the facility or a hospital because the requirement came after the height of the outbreak the available data is relatively small, but roughly fifth of the state's homes reported resident deaths from early June to mid July, a tally of three hundred and twenty three, dead sixty, five percent higher than the states count of one, hundred, five during that time period. So even if half that undercount has held true from the start of the pandemic that would translate into thousands more nursing home resident deaths than the state has acknowledged but hey, CNN tells us Chris Cuomo in fact. Know on CNN Yukking it up with his brother with the big giant cotton swab CNN would tell us that New York's fine Dr Faucher. Himself would tell you that New York is a great example of how to handle this pandemic. Yet, the council should be even higher in New York Governor Nipple studs. At, what point do we? Who's going to be held accountable over this thing right trump. Nobody else Andrew. CUOMO is a mass murderer. He's a mass murderer. Let's call it what it is. He did what he did knowing what he knew and he's still put those people in those nursing homes to the point where your health director pulls the parents out there his parents out because he knows corona virus people positively infected people are going in these people knew what they were doing. That's mass murder. I. Would Call it a serial killer. This mass murderer grant I feel like it goes to your point that you made earlier that I just referenced, which is Democrats don't have to like they don't look to their standard. Going to ever met. With my Gosh I can't believe it is going to be twice as many. Will they don't care? They'll just ignore the whole story and so now there's all push to investigate how happened. CUOMO. CUOMO says, we don't need investigation, and then you go to the go to the Health Department New York State Health Department website they've pulled the order down right that he had. Yes saying, put these people into nursing homes they've pulled that down yet still on the New York City Health Bart website the order remains that you don't ask for kids they left that up there from the beginning times. Now, of course, that's changed in New York. But they pull that because they're covering for him. So they'll have the government cover for him. They'll have the media covered for him, and that's all you need cover for it because nobody else will get the story then. New Zealand across the pond over in New Zealand. They had their largest city actually lockdown after a whopping four people tested positive for corona virus. So four I, four people in one hundred days walked her down. Yeah. Totally. Totally locked back down over one hundred and two days I believe Corona virus free and now they are. They're worried because I think they said that these people had travelled out of the country and so now the entire state is lockdown. Again, what could possibly go wrong Japan's. I'm so sick of people living in fear they live their lives in fear and we're doing it in the United States where a bunch of wissies I thought was affiliation of America was well underway before the Chinese virus hit now I watch everybody scared little wits hiding their homes come on. Let's like it would. Is it the Prime Minister of New Zealand Minister President Prime Minister I believe she says, if you're at a level three, make you stay home in your bubble all right. So what's going on in Australia? And New Zealand two very different countries but a lot of the same things happening very big gestapo tactics especially in Australia what happens when they take your guns away and so we don't have the mass shootings in Australia that you have here. Yeah. But guess what when it comes time for the governor or the government to start dictating to you your rights in your freedoms and stuff you don't have a right to defend yourself. They can just come right in and shut you down and that's exactly what's happening because. You have no you've lost your ability to defend yourself, but you're right and people have gotten. So weak I I call it safety is it safety ism? It's the kids that were we couldn't let them scrape their Negro and up couldn't let them. You know get a black eye from a fight. They didn't stand up to the bully. They were sent the time out and they went outside to play dress like the Michelin man with a helmet. On we were so scared they were anything's going to happen to them, and now all of a sudden this viruses pandemic comes along and they're like, Oh my God we're all going to die from this where inside you're GonNa Melt and come out of our orifices you know and it's a little sister to the flu people you're GonNa be okay unless you gotTa Governor Cuomo is going to stick in a nursing home and infect people who are. Already got a great or you wait three hundred pounds with. Your. Home but don't make me stay home. That's what gets me I'm glad that you brought that up. That's what gets me about. All of this is that nowhere in the conversation when all of the experts want to compare numbers, you know America versus Europe or China or any of the Asian company. countries. Nowhere are we talking about the difference in health or obesity or you know the fact that Americans are sick and they're fat and why would that not be part of the conversation when we're talking about whether or not? We're susceptible to a disease it's just all it's all trunks ause fat is beautiful now. Put It on the cover the sports illustrated swimsuit magazine. It's beautiful. You can't fetch shame anybody how dare you say that obesity is not a good thing I mean we can't fat shame me. So it's not just a post science world now. It is a postmodern philosophy. It is I interpret reality as I see, fit according to the way I feel. But they used to say science matter that was the only thing that matters to change our entire world because some scientists said that the world was getting too hot or too cold depending on what you're. You're asking them and says everything and. Our beautiful. Now they are beautiful. They're very slick. They. Got Some Goo in there, which makes it very juicy. Juicy is sexy. It's the new sexy. What's that word? When you WANNA get loose juicy juicy. Break. Researchers from Duke. Recently developed a very simple method to test the effectiveness. We're talking about the coronavirus earlier to test the effectiveness of various commonly available masks and alternative face coverings, and they actually found that wearing a net gator maybe worse than no mask at all, which is very interesting to me because you know you see all these signs I was walking in an office building the other day and I saw this sign no citation, no sources and it had you. Know the two mouths on each side, and then like both mouths were uncovered and it said ninety percent chance of transmission from person to person, and then it went down the line and it was like one person's mouth was covered in one wasn't, but is was all just a face covering? That's all that we hear about right a face covering. You have to wear face covering a face covering a face covering his face covering as a face covering. So it's like what we've been saying this whole time I mean obviously these aren't all effective it's all arbitrary. Now the research proves it, but again, science doesn't matter. So I'm glad you brought this up because I was walking through the mall North Park in Dallas. And it was crowded and I was glad to see it was crowded. And everybody's wearing their masks right because you have to go in. The hallway is a really crowded in the mall, but then they have lines to go in and like the Lego store you could have two people in the leg store. Now my question is. If you're wearing a mask, why do you need social distance? So why can't if everybody's wearing a mask? Why can't everybody just go in the store? Well, that's what they kept telling us was either either wear a mask. Yes or social distance. But now you're having me wear a mask and social distance. You're killing the economy I use the LEGO store in Dallas because my son loves going in there. That little tiny store out of what twelve hundred square feet is like the highest grossing Lego store in the country. They now have to have two people come in at a time in this leg store and pick out there one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine, Lego more there eight, hundred Lego, whichever it is by. Two people that is going to be crushing to the lego store to macy's to whatever that's keeping people out. Only question. There was a line outside of Louis Vuitton store. I'm like who the hell is spending all this money at the Louis tons unless it's the six hundred dollars, they get every month. Every week and I don't know she makes big bucks here I mean she's she deserves every penny of one presenter at Michigan. seriously. Masks do do they make a difference? You know I have a medical professional who lives in my house. I will not say her name is she loves to say, well, mass do make a difference. Okay. They make a difference but do they do any good because? Let's all masks sequel in people. Well, I'm not getting into that but. I know a lot about masks I was in the mask industry for a number of years, right so I know a lot about masks is not a facetious statement. Really is true. Masking tape. Would you were that simple tapes mouths shut? But. Look I mean you know, let's take a post pubic let's put a condom on him because we never know what's going to come out of that So you know I mean is it GonNa stop flew? Just I mean theoretically yes. Going to stop everything comes out of there. So we'll do some to make different that'll make a different blocks fluids. So Okay I've spent my entire life talking to use bidding on you. I'm doing it right now for crying out loud. We're having a conversation. So telling what's coming, you're sitting on me wearing a mask or what you saying put a condom over your head over right? Tire. Remember naked gun with the old Leslie Nielsen Movies and Priscilla Presley where they start making love and they're wearing their full body contemplate they need men they were prophetic. They knew what was coming and what we really needed. We need we need this need. We need to wrap the whole world and a prophylactic and just go on about our business. She's not even know that word. Excitement says you. Know, what it's four I just it Just, kills it. Just kills me. You look at these studies in you're like all kind of what been saying airtime eater said, it didn't block enough. Right? The gator came out and big drops. Air Long or something. Yes And but again, all of the all of the laws, all of these mask mandates that are put into place completely arbitrary. I mean, my husband looks like he's about to rob a bank every time he goes to the store. You just puts the Bandanna up in that counts and I'm like, I don't think that that's protecting anyone from anything, but it's what a lot of people wear. The the little. Did. You read right through it. Got Holes all of that I promote this but a buddy of mine posted a video that had a. Bomb hit. This Eddie was wearing his mask he pulls the bomb through the mass. And then brings out and the whole smoke goes everywhere through the mass. Now, if the smoke from that goes through that, you don't think droplets micron and size right when you sneeze and blow the force out the sides of the surgical are going to get out. It was a great illustration. No masks aren't stopping anything. They're really not especially when you start talking about the microns of a virus molecule I mean I can through my jeans and you're gonNA. Get Crop dusted so. that. Is Blocking dancing. So I mean that's that's just science well, and then that's not even. The people I'm just ignoring that part. Who are constantly Tut? They're adjusting their mask, and then you're at the grocery store and touching if you WANNA do some good. The thing to do is get yourself a full face mask covers your eyes covered everything I'm a full face mask with cartridges that you breathe through in an out. Okay. It will protect all of your orifices with the exception of your ears, but that's okay. So you want to wear that and you WanNa make sure that you get fit tested because just because you have the mask doesn't mean the mask works for you. You've got to make sure that it is properly seal and you can't wear a beard. Beard. So proper PD's agents can't do any of this. If you'RE GONNA get fit tested, you have to have a clean shaven face. And if you come in with one of those I'm punting. God I'm at the House. You know why? In case like you know they drop some real crap on US someday this? No but unlike liberal won't. Say Thank you for waking me up when I punch base? Liberal calling the cops, which you know. They, they finally want the cops there when I punch him in the face walk out of there with a crack apple face glass. All right we'll be back I don't know I. Don't know what to do with these guys. Soon. Yesterday's poll. Are You satisfied with what president trump has been able to do in the past three and a half years or are you disappointed that he has not been able to enact more campaign promises eighty-five almost eighty six percent of you said, you are satisfied fourteen percent said disappointed. I have to believe that those were liberals taking taking this taking this poll but I'm disappointed but it hasn't been president trump's fault. It's been the Democrats that stood in his way of saying some of his campaign principles. So let's go to the poll. I don't think that was one of the options was I'm disappointed but only because of the Liberals and. I don't think that was one of the options. Today's poll. Will Joe Biden's vice presidential choice? have any impact on who people choose to vote for in two thousand twenty. That is a great question. Especially this year when you got to believe I mean how how quick how long before the vice president becomes the president if Joe Biden wins six months or convention Before he even wins I mean he's listening perfect time for Joe to down chrome. Buyers. Said this I think that's GonNa Happen. Something's going to happen. And then and then does. Takeover. Vladimir Putin we talked about earlier. Do you really think Joe Biden can hold his own Vladimir Putin in a conversation or some kind of summit or or a negotiation or meeting? There's no way Joe Biden can't hold his own with with a teleprompter. Right? Same has pet dog probably there's no way. There's no way. What do you think grant? I don't know if this has any effect on the vice presidential picks usually don't have an effect on the election, but we've never had a more didn't. Presidential. person with his foot green. This'll be a good poll because this may be one of the few polls that you get a fifty fifty split on. Yeah I think it makes a difference. I. Think I think she is a game changer in this I think that this makes joe very, very electable now really. Oh. That's hot. People who think not but I think it makes much more electable than say a Susan Rice who I was picking. All, right. Well, let us know what you think you can go to twitter. That is, of course at the blaze gentlemen. Thank you for being here. Always the BUZZER got smile. Say. Thanks for listening to the news and white matters. We hope you enjoyed the podcast. If you'd like to watch the program, become a blaze TV subscriber and start your free trial now at blaze TV, DOT COM.

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Ep 57 | Breaking Down Beto & Thrown for a Hickenlooper

The Steve Deace Show

1:38:54 hr | 1 year ago

Ep 57 | Breaking Down Beto & Thrown for a Hickenlooper

"The load. This is Steve dates. The Steve day show. Oh, come to the SIV day show. I am not Steve days. But I am identifying Steve days today. I am Sarah Gonzales here filling in for Steve days with Jason but'real. Yeah. Jason I have to tell everyone for those of you come on man are for those of you who are listening and not watching when you look at the two of us. Jason I you would think that I would be the diva here. I'm just going to be stereotypical for a minute about slander. You would think that that? I would be the diva and in fact when I walked in this morning, I walked into the radio room. And Jason here said, oh, well, look the divas here. I said actually diva alert that's all quietly around the studio say, yes. Quietly quietly. So I'm just yeah. Okay. Hi, jason. And I sit down, and you know, we've got the director in here going and fixing the cameras and Jason Jason sits here. Jason's like. These lights are really are these lights bright to you. Hey, can you change these lights? Can you turn them down or something because they're just really bright? This is slander is I think you can actually even see on the put the camera on me really quick look at that. I mean. See that. The white is do there is ever that's ever lived in the history of the world. And now, I look even wider than I usually do. Well, first of all maybe put some TV makeup on. Hi. But second of all I'm not coming in here. Complaining to the clue about the lighting and demanding that they changed the lighting for the entire room. Because my low is hurt. Jason slow is hurt. I'm gonna say my favorite thing that I think that I've ever said favorite thing that I think I've ever seen that know me know, I have a lot of catch phrases. And I say a lot of words, but this is the my favorite one. Shut up. Walked into that one. And we want to hear from you on Twitter on the social media's. So I am Sarah Gonzales TX Jason is at Jason buttery feel free to follow me feel free to mock him. You don't need to follow him. That's fine. And colon as well. Yes, you can call into the show eight eight eight and nine hundred three three nine three. I know whenever I whenever we read that number the phone lines just light up. So get your calls in now apparently people like to talk to Sarah, not so much meat. So we have to we have to talk about all of this. The all of the Beddoe craziness going on right now. And I don't even know whether to start with the. I don't know the personal side of him or to start with all of the policies that he claims that he is in favor of I think I think maybe a good jumping off point would be like member. How untouchable this guy was just a few months ago? So he was able to raise eighty million dollars almost eighty it's like seventy eight point eight or whatever million dollars by far more than any other candidate out there during the during that race when he came out on the first day of announcing his candidacy, he raised again like six point one million, but I will say that was a little bit it. I'd love to to find out the numbers on that. Because someone asked him about that that remember he was asked to release that number and the campaign kind of backpedaled, and they took a really long time to release that that official number. And people were of speculating, okay? This seems a little bit fishy. And then someone followed up and asked him if he would release the number of donors as opposed to just the actual just the actual big final numbers asking this. I think it was a plant in the it was it was out of town hall. There was some there was an audience member who asked that in this goes directly to my point like no one brought these questions four it was an audience like this is an Irish multimillion dollar white dude that's about to become a wants his father in law passes beyond the veil, a multi multi multi billionaire his wife is the sole heiress of I seventy seven billion dollar fortune. Just the seventy seven billion just that's it. He's called the warned his his father-in-law. It's called the Warren Buffett of real estate as guys like a big deal. So that's why I'm saying so okay, they were screwy with getting the number with releasing the the number the six point one million. I very curious. I'd be very curious to see how many donors and compare that to the average like Bernie Sanders. I am. Yeah. And I've always been skeptical of all of the reporting, you can go to open secrets, I think it's dot org dot com. One of those two if you're ever curious about some of the research into this. But it's very I opening, but always always always questioning because a lot of them are just like, an honest, and you can't really tell some of them come from super PACS the way they work those guide donors and all that stuff. It's it's it's a very, I don't know. I I wanna say shady because but that sounds more like a progressive left way talk about it. I personally don't care how much you raise how much money you raise for how much money you wanna give that's all on you. If you wanna spend your money, very stupid way, you know, politics by all means, you're the freedom to do that. I also I also love that Betto. He kind of capitalizes off of the ignorance of Americans because he'll always. Say oh, I don't work with packs. I don't take money from PACS. And yet, that's the entire point of of the pack that they formed is that you don't have to work with them. Like, you're you're not working with them. That is the entire point. But nobody knows that. And so I remember hearing all of these millennial voters in Texas when he was running for Senate and lost and somehow thinks he should run for president. But I heard a lot of millennials over here saying will. But he doesn't take money from PACS. Like, yeah. Do you do, you know the rules to you understand what packs are they? The all the big money flows. Go into them, they then felt to that money through to organizations like I don't know like care for him. Who I think they're I think they're capped at a certain dollar amount that they can actually individually send to each candidate. Yes. But typically, they all give the same maximum amount. Which care, by the way, in case curious did contribute to like Illinois Maher, for instance, it was that which was funny. This is kind of a tangent. But she was going off saying how APEC was all controlling members of congress and controlling the government. And I the Jews controlled the weather controlling congress and everything. But care. The iranian. It was she was saying they basically give money, but they don't give money directly to can. They don't do that at all. But care organization that she's fundraising for this weekend gives money to her. And she just happens to be a person that kinda spouts off all of their talking points all the time. So who really is controlling who here anyway. But anyway, back to my point there's this billionaire to be but mill multimillion dollar a white boy Irishmen that culturally appropriates Spanish nickname, which had really piss you off Gonzales. It does actually. But no for that. Yeah. And this is a day and age when at the same exact time member that like really cute like seventeen eighteen year old girl that went to. And she wore that China's dress. Yes. And got slammed on social media. My gosh appropriating. I saw I pulled up an article in that like yesterday it was like in on CBS or something like that. They were talking about it. It was like mainstream. But there's this guy named Bidault going around like literally they would run the story of the girl with the prom dress. And they. Okay. Moving on. It's really amazing. Like, you kidding me? Yeah. But all of that all the press that they wouldn't touch him. Then are now crazy about going against him. Now, all of a sudden, Reuters report a guardian report I just saw in one week two articles from the Washington Post making him look stupid and on one hand with the whole poop thing and dirt which we which we do need to get into. Back to that. Yeah. We're gonna need to really dig in. No, no pun intend to really pop squad. You know, and really concentrate. Well, at all my out some reading material, you know, and sit there for a very long time and discuss this. Can I just say really quickly? I'm reading a tweet from Daryl who says that Sarah. And Jason our guest hosting Steve day show today. Tune in for a truly weird show talking about in a good way. He says. Thank you Jason for making it weird. We're only a couple minutes into it were nine minutes in and it just got weird. Thank you. Jason. That's what I'm here for continue. And then another article from the Washington Post that was calling into question. I think it was a voting record. I don't remember. It was out of this rating. I mean, it's we're just on live radio. It's fine. Yeah. Well, we'll just we'll just not a professional. So the people come to expect battle. We'll just hold. We gotta gotta got it. So they said that he does it. They were calling out that he does that. He's like exciting, and has charisma, but he doesn't seem to have any real policy ideas. Yeah. No one no one called him on that in Texas. I mean, again, it's not like he had he just jumped into a race where he had never had to consider his policies. He just ran a race in which he had to have or he should have had actual policies. Actual ideas on paper. We he had more time than anyone else to come up with these. He should have just ran on them and still he has nothing. Unbelievable. This is a guy that again hitting up the hitting up the media that you know, they wouldn't touch the sky going back to the Reuters cited by briefly when over that how he was in a hacking group one of the most notorious and oldest hacking groups in the world, call the cult of the dead cow. And most of the stuff is stupid, right? Robert or were a rock, aka Beto, aka psychedelic warlord. He is he weird legitimately. Has hacker handle psychedelic warlord? But I can't really it doesn't really seem like he was engaging in hacking and stuff he was more like, and this is a theme. I wanna come back to later the only forget of just kind of hanging out with other people to try to fit in not really knowing exactly what he wants to do or doesn't know who he is what he wants to do. Absolutely. And again, I wanna make that bigger thing later. Yeah. But, but but one of the revelations that came out to the in this and again, this was all available during the midterms. Yes. But they wouldn't report on it. One of the little articles that he wrote when he was in his hacker group was and you've probably heard some of this. But I've just gotta read this absolute insane. Listen to this. This is one of his pose as I neared, the younger ones anytime on kids. This is all my weight on my right foot, keeping the accelerator pedal to the floor until I heard the crashing of the two children on the hood. And the sharp cry of pain from one of the two I was so fascinating for a moment. The when after I stopped my vehicle, I just set in the days sweet, visions, filling my head. Okay. So in quote, let me let me say that. So if I'm a voter, and I'm on the fence, you know, on vote for Beto, the new cool guy riding through Waterberg on skateboard or Ted Cruz because most people don't like Ted Cruz, if I'm on the fence, and that's my thought process, I that just made up my mind, the guy that hangs out with cybercriminals and writes about murdering children are liking it. So I'm unclear are you saying Jason that you as a younger version of yourself never never wrote any sort of fantasies about killing children. It's no I mean, come on like who in the right, mind Riley. I know no. I know someone tried to defend him to me. And they were like, well, I mean, you know, I. I've been in writing class, and they write some pretty like ridiculous stuff. And I said, okay, I'm gonna stop you right there. I understand that. There are some crazy things that you could write as a younger version of yourself. What I'm saying to you is never could I ever articulate the idea of killing children. So gleefully never could. I do that. I don't care. How creative I'm writing here. I could be in creative writing one. Oh, one where the teachers just like you have to write the most outlandish thing, you can think of and never in a million years. Would I be like often right about killing kids? That's one creative writing back in my day was like. Definitely not me. But a friend went to south Padre island. And when they wanted our beads we and then it went on from there. But yeah, not murdering children and liking it. Yeah. Yeah. I just want to make that clear that that's not a thing. That's not a thing that we all go through absolutely ridiculous. But yeah. So this is just it's it's really interesting. When you see the media now is just so scared of Beto only when he's up against these two very very far left candidates that are probably number one and two in the polls right now since Biden hasn't entered would being Bernie Sanders and comma layers who do you think or do you think that even know who do you think that they want right? Like who who is there who is their hero? Who are they trying to protect well? At first thought, I I think it's probably Bernie to what was that actually this? I think his name is David Surata was this story just came out. I think this week, but David Surata was a guy that it what he he's written. Some really great think pieces one in particular. I think it was either vox or salon several years ago where it was entitled the the economic miracle of Hugo Chavez. Well, you said vox, our salon. Trash this is garbage. So that's the type of stuff he was writing about. He just recently. Now, he's with capital in Maine. It's like an online like guess progressive new site. That's all the board of directors and funding comes from big time. Labor unions SEI, you people like that he can tell you know, that they're they're a little bit biased on a certain side of the political spectrum. But he was a big writer for them. He would put out a bunch of stuff well about I don't know a few weeks ago. He started just pumping out articles under his journalism moniker. I'm journalist I do investigative journalism. And the the guardian picked up his stuff. It was about a Beddoes voting record. A few other people picked up his stuff is blasting out. We'll somebody broke the story that hey Misratah. We heard that you're actually working with Bernie Sanders campaign cheese. So all of a sudden they had to scramble and they had to act. Make a statement Sanders campaign did that okay? Yeah. He's now my speechwriter, and and he's my senior adviser. I know he's been doing this unofficially for a while. Wow. Plus too. Saint stories. So he was doing this as a journalist. I'm sure that ensure that happens so much more often than we know about. But it is so much more often than we know about you're so right. So I mean, it is interesting right to see now all of a sudden the left kind of eating their own. And I mean, I don't know what it leads to at the end. But for now, at least we have Beto Aurora. I mean, I can't even tell you the the feeling that I got when I opened my phone opened my app, and I read the headline. Aurore eats dirt. And I was like I'm sorry. I mean, I know I'm sure that I'm not reading that. Right. Because what I just read was that a presidential candidate in the year. Twenty nineteen is eating dirt. What is going on here? I mean that just shows you the level of circus because this is it for its regenerative. Yes properties. Because I mean, dude was he was he was hurt that he did not win in November. That was the thing that was he was in a funk said this was in. This was hilarious. If you go to his blog when he was doing this. It was it was just funny like he was just traveling all over the country doing stupid stuff. And I think one of his quotes, I think it was it was an Iowa, maybe recently or something was that he wanted people to he wanted to travel around and he wanted he wanted people to mold him into the candidate that they wanted and shape America, how they wished which I don't know like for him that. Probably sounded awesome. Like, I'm very charismatic guy that right can relate to but to me, that's kind of terrifying. It reminded me of the first opening line of Brock Obama's second autobiography where he was like saying, I'm I was a blank screen, and we started calling him Indy suit. Because the similarities are almost identical you he has no policies whatsoever. You go to his website. We were talking about new why yesterday and find there's two buttons on the website. It has nothing to policy one is to donate and give him money, which he's very good at second. One is to buy some of his Uber. Cool merch like shirts. It's absolutely there's nothing then if you talk if he talks policy, he's very vague. I saw someone say he's four universal healthcare and. Before he had said something about he was all about single payer healthcare and Medicare for all. But then he instantly walked that back, and he wouldn't say those words again. So then he said universal healthcare and someone at a rally said, what's that mean to you? Well, I believe that everyone should have access everyone should have access to affordable healthcare, right? That's the talking point. But he didn't say like something like what Harris would say like get rid of private insurance been very well. He's just been very careful not to say it. I don't I personally don't think he even knows the policy that he wants to have on. It has one. I think he's just waiting to see which way the wind blows and what's gonna pull better with like middle the road Democrats. Well, and we have I believe that we have a couple clips just on on one of the issues, which is abortion. Can we play a the first one, please? Questioning issue generally. Women to make their own decisions. Of. Why? Healthier mental health care, and it's women's healthcare. And I'll tell you why state of Texas we have shut down state lettuce jar governors than half the family interstate making it that much harder for women to get a cervical cancer stream, see a family planning provider or c- combined of any kind. We also got incidentally, epicenter of vernal mortality crisis. Disproportionately affects women of color, June three times rate of white women in that state and across this country. So women's reproductive rights road versus Wade alway nineteen Seventy-three law of the land, this next election will decide all of those issues. First of all, I find it. A just so ironic that you know, he's talking about he tries to reference Roe versus Wade as if Roe versus Wade was about third trimester abortions or about infanticide, which is where we've moved the conversation. I think the goal posts in that conversation have shifted just a little bit just a little bit from Roe versus Wade. So I do find that interesting. But I mean, even again, I think we have one other clip where he's asked the same kind of question on on abortion. And he he is very he is still very careful to be vague enough that you know, he wants everyone to know that he supports a women's right to choose and he supports generally. But let's take a listen I'm wondering specifically viewed won the election last November in in the US Senate couple days ago. How would you vote on that Bill? Listened to the women that I wanted to represent in the state of Texas would would've listened to doctors and medical providers would've looked at the facts and understood the truth, and then I would have voted with those women to make their own decisions about their own bucks. What a great answer. Right. I mean, first of all just answered the damn question answer the damn question. Robert brandt. Brank? So he, you know, he's still very very careful not. But I mean, he just said he basically just said he would have not voted to support the Bill that Ben Sasse put through that. Basically said, hey, let's all agree that infanticide is not a good thing. And we shouldn't be doing it. Can we all agree that this is a thing that we should not be doing in twenty nineteen and Beto says, no, no, I don't I don't agree with that. So he's pretty radical. There. Wouldn't you say? I think he has the yes. But I think that he has the ability to get a lot more radical. But at this point, I think the he doesn't know if even I don't think he even knows what the pulse of the country is right now. Like are they on this very hard core? Like, you think about all the hardcore issues like infanticide? Do you think about Medicare for all you think about free college all that stuff? I think he could very easily go that direction. I just I just don't think he he really knows right now even has to which is kind of like terrifying. Really? Because if middle the road Democrats are going to move away for the ones that voted for Trump, abandoning Democrats will have Trump if they move over to this next candidate because I don't like Trump anymore, and, but they're very staunchly against this crazy shift towards socialism and hardcore, you know, lefty that if they're like, okay, we'll Beddoe sounds like a very middle of the road guy. Like, maybe that's the person we should we should get behind. But the problem is is that can easily be influence. Yeah. He'll controlled by. Yep. Very easily. There's now a very strong opposition. You know, these new congress people most of the freshman, and that are pushing it radically, and I think he'll be influenced by that, you know, when Obama came in. I mean, this is the perfect example. He was very similar. He did not have a whole he ran on hope and change two words not policy right hoping chains. That's it throughout every once in a while few buzzwords, but he didn't really have any policy. Yeah. I mean, he absolutely is the Obama absolutely twenty and question, and we didn't think that we would have a complete, you know? One eighty on our healthcare how it works. Right. You know, we we didn't think that was gonna happen. All the other stuff infringement on religious liberty all that stuff. We he didn't campaign on that stuff. But he was influenced into it. He was pushed into it. That's why we were so worried about who he was hanging out with like, Jeremiah Wright, all of a sudden he started putting in like marxists like van Jones on his staff. We're like, wait a minute it. It means something that these people are now going around the guy that said he was a blink screen, right? Because they're now going to start projecting onto that. Blink screen. Yeah. Yeah. That. Oh, yeah. Well, and also you got you got the hands. Okay. 'cause I look I want someone I want someone to make a you know, what I'm giving someone in idea, but I should just keep it for myself. But of dress up as Beto and just go walk around and be talking and just be constantly knocking things over behind you. Because I. I'm just saying one of these days before the election. The dude is actually going to assault someone on accident one of his one of his supporters. He's gonna be at a rally or one of those town halls. He's going to be real close up in front of people. And he's going to swing that arm. And he's gonna hit someone I'm telling you, he's he's gonna give one of his supporters of black by the end of this. You gave me the mazing idea. Actually like is it possible? I want to do a little radio experiment. This is gonna make watching his stuff. Awesome. Next time. He's on this on TV, turn the volume down and breakout your Spotify or your apple music, or whatever you use and play a song. Like actually can we for the people in the control room? Can we play the video just with no audio and just do that? Is that even possible Lebano? Yes. So we can do that. Yes. Okay. So fire that up if you're watching us listening on radio or not going to be interested in this at all totally. Thank you Jason. I wish. Now. Well. Let's going down. This is going. Coupling providing as you're watching all of a sudden, I'm gonna watch. His family. Anyway. Tobacco back to Beto. I mean, let's talk about what kind of policies he has formulated. What we went over Medicare Medicare for? All right. We went over abortion, which which Medicare for all he hasn't been he's wishy washy. So we don't really know what he wants and. Okay. But let's talk about guns gun control. He has. He was weird about that too. Because he said that he wanted to take heed didn't think that we needed air fifteens. And then he came back and said he circle back around and said, no, no, no, I don't want to take. I don't want to take your guns so guns. I've put some things down on the issues what he actually has guns. He said universal background checks, which that's like if you're if you're a democrat. That's what you say. That's what you say. What does that actually mean though, none of them really know how to implement it? Just sounds good to say that. So basically, it sounds very common sense. Which is what they're about. They're about saying, this is all we want is for commonsense reform. That's all we want to take place and the idea of universal background check. That sounds very common sense. Why would you wanna have? Background check. Well. Okay. But okay. That's again that sounds good. But what if you wanna give gun as a gift to your kid? What do you do? Are you going to make a thirteen year old kid do a background check and do all the stuff? No, no. Like, what are you gonna do when I bequeath my entire arsenal? That's at my house to my to my kids. Oh that was an SAT word right there. Jason. All right. Great job. Yeah. No. I know I know that there are holes in that. But you know, he so he's wishy washy on that as well. Right. What else? What else has he said? So he's just like everybody else. Immigrations big on immigration supports the dream act amnesty for legal's. He's denounced the militarization of immigration enforcement. Even though he voted for the for the customs and border patrol to not have to do background checks on them are polygraph. I'm sorry. So that they could increase the size of agents. So he's kind of voted against it while he's talked for it. And that's a theme for him opposes the wall. And he actually wants to remove the current fencing around the wall, right? So I mean, literally open borders literally open borders, he wants to remove the fencing. I can't I can't think of anything more ridiculous than someone who's from El Paso who. I mean, you'd think by now he would have been able to see. All of the dangers in having living so close to the border all of the all of the potential dangers in having just removing the fencing, and he's like, no, we should do that. It's compassionate. I'm just gonna tell all you immoral jerks that we should just bring everyone in what could possibly go wrong. He's just he's just weaponising doing. He's weaponized. Weaponized sides that climate change. That's green. Want want? 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And you'll get thirty percent off of a three-month supply. I'm telling you you want to get that in now. So you'll be ready for summer. Goto our Z O N dot com. Use promo code Steve. All right. Jason get back into Beddoe Aurora. Rourke just show off. No way. I could do that. When he says that bit. My name is Bethel. I'm like, you don't talk like that. Irish. So I want to get into his voting record. Because when you look at him, you know, we're talking about him being similar to Obama. You look at him. And again in the same way that Obama was I'm like, you have not been a part of any peace of meaningful legislation at all you have done. Nothing. Nothing to speak of you have no record of well, I propose this call it created this many jobs. I mean, he's got nothing right. He. So I'm just I'm looking up all the different like right now. Really annoying when you're researching voting records and all that stuff. And what the actually when you when you when you hear from it you hear about all the things he talks about. So he talks about. For instance, climate change and then really against fossil fuels. We know that we've heard that. That's the same thing that's echoed by all the rest of them. These very very pro immigration. We know that these all about illegal immigration. He's very pro sticking it to big business and all that stuff. Well, the problem is is that he doesn't put his vote whereas mouth speaks. He must be the first politician to ever do that. I've never heard of a politician doing that before funny is in this day and age like we've seen a congress and how they've been voting they've been like it doesn't matter. The president could pass a Bill or something that are say something that they just think we should all just agree that it's not good to murder people something like that. And the left would be like, no, we're not going to. Absolutely don't do not give in hashtag resist. Come on. But so as of I think as since two thousand seventeen up until. Ever since Trump got an office. Democrats voted against anything Trump propose seventeen percent of the time. Seventeen percent of the time. Betto on the other hand was voting with Trump at least thirty percent of the time. He was one of the most by far to skip the party line and jump over with the Republicans. Most people don't know that about him. Interesting. I mentioned before how he voted for Trump initiative to say, let's get rid of the polygraphs. So that we can have more we can speed up the amount of agents, we can get to the border all the Democrats were against that. But oh again jumped across the aisle and voted with Republicans. Yes, we need to do that. It is interesting to that. I mean, you're here you're the chief researcher for for the Glenn Beck program. But we're not hearing this from anywhere. Why is nobody is looking into his voting record there for a reason? Right. You would think that by this point someone would want to go back and look and see how he's been voting. And it's you the only one me and the Bernie Sanders Cam. Pain are really the only ones doing it. What's funny is there's been a few things that the Surata guy has pushed out as I was looking for this to see if anyone talk about it. He's the only one so Sanders is scared to death Abeto, isn't it for sure? Isn't it a sad state of affairs that it's actually like in twenty nineteen it's unpopular to reach across the aisle. Right. They're running. That's your that's your up Otto. That's your munition ammunition is no he actually worked with the other side one time. All right. So you don't want to vote for him. Right. That's actually, that's actually thing. I know. It's so sad to see. How far we've we've moved and what's ridiculous. This is the president would probably vacant. They could use President Trump to their benefit. I just way more than they even attempted to do like, the president would work with them. He said put a Bill in front of me, I'll sign it like things that probably a lot of us very conservative libertarian. You would. Not be on board with but the president would probably sign it. But they won't even try so ridiculous. But row crowd is really quick. It's almost as if they actually don't care about the issues Jason almost it's almost as if none of it has to do with the actual issues and all of it has to do with political grandstanding almost I'm just saying almost absolutely do you think the left by and large really cares about the plight of immigrant. No. I don't believe that for a second. I mean, you know, it was okay. To put children in cages when Obama was president. I didn't say dang thing thing, and they won't even point this actually, that's that practice actually started under Clinton under Bill Clinton and Janet Reno. They never said a thing up until now. But a few other things Wall Street, he voted with the Republicans to get rid of some regulations on Wall Street that would horrify people like Bernie Sanders, and the left stay away from it not only that but a few things about ObamaCare when Obama was president still he voted for a foursome measures that kind of put some restrictions on ObamaCare. He's been actually pretty like willing to go across the aisle client climate change voted for oil companies big oil voted with them. So his voting record is very kind of all over the place. But it's funny because this kind of person that that he is really he's the I think he's the guy that doesn't really have strong beliefs either way. And I think that he's just willing to be somebody. He wants to. He wants he wants to be somebody. He wants to be in the public eye. He very clearly, you know, I know we were talking about this before. But he very clearly if you go back to look at his history. He he just he just wants to be included. He just wants to be loved. He just wants to feel important. It's actually very bizarre. It's very bizarre. So every all know about his punk rock background and all that stuff saddling. Unfortunately, we do know about that for not knowing. So he was he was doing that. But while he's always hanging out with the bad boys of the punk rock scene. He's also hanging out with this hacker group, the dead cow hanging out with them still keeping up that bad, boy image, right, and crazy crazy things. But then all of a sudden nowhere he transfers to a private boys boarding school on the east coast. He literally becomes a yuppie goes to university at Columbia. He becomes the co captain. Of the crew team. Can you ever? Imagine a punk rock hacker saying, you know, what I'm going to become one of the winkle twins social network. No, that's what he became basically a carbon copy of the winkle Voss twins, really bizarre. Go ahead. So he does that and just to show how flip-flopped again, he graduates goes back to El Paso, and this is a nine hundred ninety five when his infamous burglary at UT happen. Now, it kind of sounds like always just doing a prank at his school. He didn't go that school here. Graduated from Columbia. He was a yuppie the moment he got back with his boys back in L Paso. He's breaking into some random college doesn't even the tend. He is bizarre almost when I hear about his. And I'm not claiming to be an expert. I got it. I don't want tweet saying you're not a doctor, Sarah. You're not a psychologist. You can't diagnose him. I understand that. But I mean, if you look at his history, and you look at the way he is again, he doesn't have any policies. Now, he doesn't have any strong stances. He just wants to give generalize answers. So that no one puts him on the spot and makes him actually say what he believes I kind of feel sorry for him. Because I feel like what what is this inner child inside him who just wants to be loved and just wants to be thought of as someone important because that's very clearly who he is. He's trying to he's still trying to find his way. I think even with this even now with the presidential campaign. He's just trying to find his way. I mean, certainly dangerous. It's not someone you want representing you. But at the end of the day, I'm kinda like, geez. I must suck going through life. Still not knowing exactly who you are right on the fence on whether he. Really is that lost in this world that lost the world or be? He's the ultimate chameleon very dangerous, and he just blends in with the surroundings to try and like win friends. Yeah. When when manipulate them thing either way either way very dangerous. The whole thing with like he's all about when he when he first ran for city council, El Paso, he got into it. Because I think this is a quote to to end the kind of corruption systematic corruption that had long permeated the city leadership. That's why he got into it. Now, literally within just a few months of that. He gets admirable why he got invest why he said he did he gets married to his wife that is the billionaire heiress of a real estate mogul and within a few months of getting married. He all of a sudden comes an announces this proposal for this huge land grab for an imminent, domain domain is involved. I'm sure a lot of you have heard about this. He some of the things that they talk about doing to get the imminent domain is just absolutely horrifying. They talk about weaponising the city health codes to force people off their land. So that they can claim imminent domain. It's bad. And they're not even giving it to the government. They were like, they're basically they wanted to rip people's property from an Lethem and deliver it to bed or works father-in-law's trust. So that so. So it's so corrupt. I don't believe how he's able to get away with. I know, but it just went away. Yeah. I know. And it went away. He was never really questioned on it. He he no one ever hold held his feet to the fire when he ran in Texas. And now again, I guess we'll see if he gets that far to where he'd be in a position on a debate stage, or wherever the case may be where someone could ask him that question. But. He's not had to answer for the fact that he was one of the most corrupt. There was when he was backing up. Also was his response. When people the media's let him get away with this. Although this is going to come back come back big time already going for him. But his response was like, I didn't I didn't. I didn't have any opportunity to make any money off this my father-in-law wouldn't make any money on this. I don't really have much to do with this at all. No, this is stupid. Well, the mayor actually thought that was a big deal because he basically forced him into recusing himself from the steel eventually died, but the group that his father in law was the head of created to do this whole deal. Beddoe was a dues paying member of that group. His wife adduced paying member of that group that does mother adduce paying member of that group the entire this was a family business to pull off this project their alternate like last let's make a crap ton of money that this was. Their deal, and for some for him to say that we didn't stand to benefit from this is absolutely ridiculous. Absolutely ridiculous. Can we get to the poop, please? Let's again, let me get. I feel like the way that I just said that could be misconstrued that like I have some weird of session with poop. I don't but pop squat and discuss this. My gosh. Do you hear what I'm working with you here? I should get a bonus just for having. Today. So. Yeah. Hazard pay. Thank you run. So again, I'm sure everyone by now has heard but in this. What was it in this Wasco long forum? They did interesting. Yeah. They did interviews a better. They did interviews with his wife, Amy, and they they interviewed his friends as well. Because apparently one of the friends said, which I would not be friends with this person anymore. If I were Beto because this is not something I want, my friend to be retelling. But Beddoe got a dirty diaper with baby poop in it. And I don't know how he managed to scoop the baby poop out of the diaper and into a bowl. I don't know what you ten cels if any were used I don't know if he just used his bare fingers. I'm not totally clear on that point being he scoops the poop into a bowl and goes to his wife and his like. Kado? You wanna eat it? All right now on the surface. You're like, okay. That's just a dumb joke. No. I'm here to tell you. There is something seriously wrong with someone who thinks it's funny to take the poop put it in a bowl and try to put it in someone's face and say that it's food and you should eat it. What would your wife do? Jason if you thought was going to be a funny joke prank hers. So sweet. And you went up to her and uses account or. Eat it. You love avocado. Would you still be married? I some pretty ridiculous things in my household, which you could probably imagine. I don't I don't know how you're still married to put up with a lot. But I wouldn't go there. I wouldn't go there, especially if he was trying to like didn't tell her about it. If it was like, ha ha look at that. It's an avocado. But not really that's not what it made it sound. Like, it was like trying to see if she would actually buy into do think. It's interesting. I haven't heard anywhere if she actually did consume it. There's no way. I don't know. But there was definitely some some thought going you can't just like scoop out some baby poop think that it looks like an avocado. He was like mold in that bad boy for a little while he. To what mashed into guacamole? Mean? Yes, it's disgusting. And I don't understand why his wife tolerates him. He's very clearly a psychopath because only a psychopath would. Would want to do anything with baby poop other than put it in the trash where it belongs. I'm like, I'm actually I'm less interested on hitting him over it for just being like, basically like a fourteen year old because I'm basically like a fourteen year old. It was like when they were trying to hit Cory Booker for doing the dad joke over and over and over I loved that one. I was hilarious. I loved that one saying it was like indicative his character trying to slam him over it. And I was like this kind of funny. Yeah. But like I grant I wouldn't do this joke because I think I just kind of goes too far with your spouse. I don't know the relationship they could have a ridiculous relationship. Like that. I don't know. I I things back then it's a little bit more acceptable. You know, what I mean that they're both crazy if they're both crazy, then it's fine. I'm just saying, you know, okay. It's a baby diaper. So she's a new mom. Maybe they've got a couple children. I don't know if it was the first one or if they already had some kids, but you gotta think to yourself. This is a mom. She's surely tired, she's dealing with the baby. That she just had. And that's what you're going to do. You're going to prank her and do that. I just think. I do not trust this, man. Do not trust a man who would prank his wife with poop is weird. I get it. I'm just like, I don't know. Like, I would be a ridiculous hypocrite to hit him hard on it. Because I've done some pretty what I would call hilarious things. But I. No one else in their right mind. Call so I just wanted. I just want to clear up just want to summarize we've got a man who has done nothing legislative wise. He's done nothing there. He's been arrested. He's got a long track record of being rested DUI burglary. So he's got a rap sheet. Let's see what else. He's he's been Packer group. He's been in the hacker group. He was clearly corrupt in El Paso in his time. There. Let's see. Oh, also, he eats dirt. And also he tries to feed his poop. And somehow he's now the poster child for the left in twenty twenty. This is where we are, ladies and gentlemen, and all of us information never came out in the Victor. Amazing. Welcome back to the program. I sadly, not Steve days. I apologize for that. But I am Sarah Gonzalez here in Dallas with Jason but'real filling in for Steve days who should be back Monday. Jason just talking offline about what's going on in New Zealand. And obviously what happened is terrible. But it's very interesting to see the difference of how New Zealand is. Is responding. You have the people right away, the people themselves the citizens of New Zealand were just voluntarily going up and giving their guns to the authorities, which something you see here in America. Priok from my cold dead. Hands would be a phrase that comes to mind, but I the people themselves they were just like here, we're going to give give you our guns, which of course, American media just latched onto seized onto that and said look at these people of New Zealand, they're giving their guns away. Why aren't we responding that way? So now, of course, the what is the prime minister, whoever it is that's in charge of New Zealand. Now, they're saying that all military style semiautomatic weapons assault rifles and high capacity magazines will be banned in New Zealand because of this this mass shooting. Now, I will also say that I'm reading this article, and I scan down because Jason and I were talking offline about okay? So what did they what do they qualify as a military style weapon because we hear this. This term used even in the United States. We hear this term used all the time. And they could also be talking about my tiny little firearm that I have at home for my personal home protection always is on that list of military style weapons. So Jason and I ask Jason who is former military. I don't know if those of you who are listening not watching you don't see Jay jacked Jason Jason is former military is ripped. Okay. You don't wanna mess with Jason. Somebody else's behind. You. Don't wanna mess with Jason behind him. So I was asking him what would qualify as military style, which I want to get to. But I do also want to point out that in this article I scan down, and it says that the New Zealand governor has already signed an order to reclassify some semiautomatic weapons as military style. So they're not signing something to make sure that they don't count. Some other semiautomatic weapons as military style. They're signing an order to say, oh, no, no, no. We want to ban all those weapons to they weren't considered military-style before. Now, we want to consider the military style. So that we can ban them. So what would be military style? Very vague with it being able to on purpose probably purpose being able to fit attachments onto certain guns will classify that into an assault weapon military style weapon. Pistol grips on like rifles air fifteen's. There's a lot of rifles that are near fifteen, but they do have a pistol grip style. Shotguns, the, you know, they're like that they'll instantly put that in the military. But before when they were probably drafting this, and they said, okay, anything that's got these different characteristics. They were like oh crud. There's ton more guns out there that aren't air fifteen air tens or whatever. So now we have to go back. And now put that is you're adding a substantial amount of weapons to that. Let's just this perfectly clear here. They just don't want some domestic weapons period, they want old style cowboy. They don't even want those either. But that's what they wanna break. Bring it back to that. I wanna bring it back to the eighteen hundreds. That's what they're really for. They have to if they're forced to because like you said, they would rather just get all of the all of the guns out of every single citizens hands. But what strikes me is that? We're talking about how New Zealand is responding this. First of all the last thing you want to be doing right after a crisis right after something horrifying has happened. The last thing you want to do is have a knee-jerk reaction, some sort of emotional knee-jerk reaction and say a we've got to do something. And we've got to do it right now. The last thing you want to do. But that's how this always done in every single case Australia, did it the same way after a smash shooting the instantly. Did this the UK? It was the exact same way. Knee-jerk reactions in Australia. They did it. And then kind of the same type of thing and confiscated guns had them. Do a gun turn in. They. Destroyed a million guns destroyed them right after their shooting the Port Arthur shooting. I think in Australia that number has already been replaced with even more guns. So they destroyed a million they've already replaced that place that with one million twenty six thousand new guns that those figures are as of two years ago, I believe so there's probably even more now importing guns. They're finding a way it's like. It's like the Jurassic Park finds a way. Obviously do not work and talk about the UK. Okay. Well, in the UK also now, we'll get stopped on the street for having a screwdriver. You can't carry anything. You can't carry us. I feel sorry for the construction workers in the UK. I don't know how they get to and from work because you can't have anything that may be considered something that you could assault someone else with in the streets of K. That's how bad has gotten there. So clearly, they've solved the problem. We saw the violence problem. Yes. We solve the problem by taking away all the guns. I saw. Alexandria Qazi Cortes, our friend. She was like she just to tweet. I think it was today or past couple of days. She was like they did this in six days. Earning Sanders to and it's been what or six years or whatever since sandy hook. And we haven't done this. Look gun ownership is a constitutional right in this country constitutional. What's that? Yeah. The constitutions the whole problem. No, it's not a constitutional, right? Those countries it's a privilege. It's a privilege that their governments have said, look, this is a privilege. We don't think it's a God given right over here at self-defense. That's a God, given right, and it's stamped and our constitution. So you literally cannot do this overnight. Like, there are ways that you could legally do it. But it's probably never going to happen. Right. You're never going to get because it's difficult, and it was meant to be that way kind of the whole point. Just the fact that these they call for these things these knee-jerk reactions when I go back to that these knee-jerk reactions when they try to like do gun grabs every time there's a shooting. I think the worst mass shooting that I can think of was probably the Las Vegas one. I believe was seventy two killed or around there that one was awful. But that wasn't the worst mass killing. Now, I find it very very. Dishonest to just label attacks to put it should be mass killing it shouldn't be mass shooting. It shouldn't be a mass. Whatever you want to put on it. Depending on what weapon the guns if a gun is involved that is the only time that they add in shooting mass killing it should just be called mass killings. Now, if you call it a mass killing the largest mass killing ever was in two thousand sixteen just a few years ago. No gun was involved. It was the niece attack in Paris, though on bass steel day, eighty seven deaths four hundred thirty four nonfatal injuries horrific absolutely horrific, but they weren't calling for people to turn in their trucks. There was no truck by back. There was no truck destruction thing and legislation. Why because it's ridiculous. When you think about the truck being the issue that is ridiculous now, I don't know how they'd be able to turn this into a gun issue. And we've said this ad ad nauseam. But that does not make. It more. Crucial for us to point this out. Commonsense. Absolute don't use that don't use that buzzword because they've already stolen that one. Yes. They've already Solan that remember everything they propose. Yeah. Reform all we're asking for is commonsense all were asking for is to. Please. Is that military assault weapons? That's what it was that assault. Weapons be banned. Okay. Cool. So what what qualifies in salt weapon? Oh is every single gun ever since you since they care military and assault weapon. Together. Does that mean? Any weapon that was designed by the military's and assault weapon. That's true. The fifteen would not be included in that. Yeah. It would not it was a civilian weapon. The schematics were given to the military because the military. Okay. That's kind of cool. Can we use it to? But it was done by a civilian contractor to contractor civilian company sell directly to civilians, not the military at I can we just mentioned Alexandria, Cossio Korir or. Comment that she made. Can we go back to her for a second? Because well, first of all thank you for always giving us just fodder for days weeks, months probably years, but I was reading I guess last night. She tweeted that Fox News likes to say her name incorrectly. Her last name as Cortes, which she can imagine is because that sounds more stereotypically, Hispanic and probably insights more anxiety for them which on that on on that one. It's not done, but let me just get to that probably incites more anxiety for them. I don't even get what she means that she saying her the Fox News viewers will get anxiety by hearing the name Cortez. I guess that's what she means. I don't know. She just creates word salads. Just she just has a bunch of words salads that she doesn't really know the next that's going to come out of her mouth. She just keeps talking and just kind of I'm gonna roll the dice. And just keep saying words and string them together. And hope that they found coherent. She says pro tip. My last name is not Cortez Justice. There's is in Ingram or Karl or Han. My last name is a causE'. Oh, Cortes, full stop. That's my name. No. You can't say Cortez. I've never used that in my life Cortez is referring to someone else. Even if they're trying to be rude and wrong, my dad's last name was a causE'. Oh, anyway, his name was hyphenated too though. Hope you're watching the TV my gosh. I mean, you can imagine that that must have been her attitude. It was so unbelievably smug, right? I'm like who are you so privileged? You are so privileged in your life. That this is what you have to complain about that people. I don't know don't want to waste time saying you're full long name Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. Do we have to say why not stop it? Just your your full hyphenated last name. Why not say well, you got to represent the first name to otherwise, no one's gonna know which caused Cortez you're talking about. So let's take the time to say Alexandria, Cossio Cortez every single time. We say you're stupid name. Unbelievable. The manufactured outrage who in their life has been offended by someone calling them one of their last names. And you're so you're so right, Alex. Sandria because they're just racist say they can't get your name. Right. It's racist. It's because it's because Cortez is more stereotypically Hispanic than a causE'. Oh, no. It's not just one sound. What is a causE' sound white? Meter of them sound anything, but Hispanic, and I got no sympathy for you. Try have in the last name try it for a day. I dare, you know, try going through junior high school, your knuckles learned to get very very calloused because they're going to be slinging allot because there's some crazy things that I think there are racist because we can do my boss is known me for ten years. My name. It's funny though. Because one time he got it. Right. And I was like, oh, he learned to say Jason's name. Right. And then he he got it wrong. Five minutes later. He'll call me on the radio show. He'll be like chase. I'm so sorry. How you doing Sam but'real Butros Butros? But you'll you'll say like four times, literally thirty seconds. We'll go by researcher head writer for the show on to talk about. This name is Jason betrayal. How is it even possible how he is pretty bad? He must be racist. He's obviously racist against. You're right. His racist. Will you know, he he is native American. That is true. So he is racist against the white people more native American than Elizabeth Warren. Oh my gosh. We figured it out. Just crack the code. How dare he? But I mean, it's just it just goes back to the left. I don't understand how they live. I don't understand how you get through the day when you find every single little thing to have manufactured outrage over surely, she is not so fragile that she can't handle someone calling her Cortez. Cortez's not referring to anyone else because we're very clearly referring to you. I don't understand. She's not outraged. I, but how do you how does she live like that? I don't understand how these people live. I mean, you just have to be so angry all the time. Could you imagine walking around like that how much energy you expend just pretending to be angry about everything? Yes, pretending which I think is exactly what she's doing. But she's also very we know for one that she's very very social media savvy. She knows how to rile people up on social media and get people get that echo chamber, very very long strong. You say social media savvy, but sometimes she tweets stuff, and I'm like girl. I did you want to maybe look that up before you tweet that out to the whole world I can guarantee those are probably hers. But I guarantee you know, there's probably four or five people with access to it. And they're they're looking for those trigger -able things. They're like, okay. We know there's a good thirty thousand people that were re tweet this that are very passionate on how bigoted white people are on saying last names wrong, or whatever. And then they're like, okay. Bam. Bam tweet done done deal. But then they're also doing things on climate change also doing pick, your identity politics thing. They're all targeted very specifically for that reason. And that's one of the dangerous social media. Really, everyone people that are following you. Only the ones that are dead set against you wanna make fun of you or their lock stop right in line with you, and they're part of your echo chamber, and they don't they just want to hear that opinion. And nothing else. They don't wanna conversation. They wanna pile on. And she's giving them something the pile on for. So this is I. I get that she wants people to pile on. But I still I can't wrap my brain around being so offended all the time. She's not for some. But to even think I should be up at a look it's got to take a lot. It's gonna take a lot of work mentally to pick out every single little thing that you hear someone say because again. No, she's not. But they're definitely right? So how much work does it take to be like, they just call me Cortez? What can I do with that? Oh my gosh. I got it. I know I'm offended because they didn't use the hyphenated name. And I'm going to turn it into racism. What's Larry is? Now, her tweets are into you can't distinguish between that parody account that. Oh, see. Press dome saying like sometimes I see that. And I'll get ready to criticize it, and I'm like tickets the parody account, and it is the Bertie account. I'm like, I can't tell the difference. I completely kit. Is this not something that the parody account with tweet? Yeah. Exactly the same. It is. She is a living parody. It's hilarious. And no, we're not scared of her. Sick of hearing that stupid remark. How many times have you have you had someone say that on Twitter? How many times every single time tweet something back to her or tweet something about her people are like, oh, that's so cute. You're scared of AO. See, no, I love AO. See I feel blessed as a person to know that is out there representing the new left party. Welcome. Love it. Thank you Jesus for this wonderful gift of bringing Alexandria Causey. Oh Cortes into the political world because it was just the greatest gift we could have possibly been given ever gift from God. How in the world would we ever be scared of her no idea talking about the how crazy the the left has become? And we talk about Alexander try this on for size Jason presidential candidate John Hickenlooper, which I love I love. I hope you said his name right has Hickenlooper so Hickenlooper Hickenlooper. What a weird name. So he he was interest tear you. He was involved in a town hall while I'm racist problem. He was involved in an interview in CNN townhall. And he admitted to this really weird story about him and his little bit too close relationship with his mother. Let's listen you went to see an X rated movie. With your mother. The floor, sir. Thank you so much that question. I thought it was better to write a book to let people really who you were and the dumb things you did as well. As smart things. Is that on the on the dump song? Youngest of four. And as I said, my dad died right after I turned eight and my mother, and I had a tempestuous relationship. She was just the most amazing person and went off to college and for time she was a little house. And I didn't realize how powerful that was till. I got home at thanksgiving. I promise I called a friend Philadelphia. And these were I didn't know what next movie was thought it was a little he didn't think it was that bad. I gotta understand. I was eighteen years old. And so I came home. My mother hated to cook. I mean, she she was a strong powerful woman who got stuff done, right? And I got home, and she had this huge dinner laid out. And I said I promised I promise that we go to the movie theater and see this this new movie. You wanna come? It's an ex movie. I. I was sure that she wouldn't say, no, I made a mistake. And she said I'd love to go because she didn't want to be left alone in the house, again, pretty famous movie. So I took my mother's deep throat. Credit? The first scene is. I didn't ask the question. I will tell you. My mother was. Sure, she was mortified. Said repeatedly, I think we should think we should go. And my mother was kind of person that rarely would to a movie she thought almost every movie would get on TV, obviously, not this one. But she was she really wants you page who's going to stay. Day. Stay. This guy publicly admits that he took his mom to a porn movie. When he was eighteen there's so many things I don't believe a lot of the part of this story hard to believe that he didn't know what an X rated movie was right. And you hear him an ex movie an ex movie as if he oh, oh, I don't even know the proper term to call. It rated movie. Oh, it's just an ex- movie. I don't really know what that is. Pointed out that it was a pretty popular movie. Like, everyone knows what deep throat is. Also, what what what type of movie, would you think that you're walking into when the name of it? Deep throat like just wondering, what type of movie, do you think you're walking into the only thing that I could think of would be like was it something about you know, the? Who that was? That was for the Pentagon papers. But that was the the Nixon. I'm Mike because that was his codename. So I'm like could possibly be something. That's the only thing that my mind will go. But otherwise, it's that. But like you like that was like a cultural phenomenon at that time. You know, exactly what it was just so weird. You didn't there's all this talk about that. And all my gosh this movie, then it's rated X and from all the other ratings out there, you didn't question that rating was even if you want to feign ignorance on what the movie was. And then you ask your mother to go to a movie. No, I don't. You don't think you you don't you don't go up to your mom and say, I'm just gonna I'm just going to just wage a bet that she's going to say, no, she doesn't want to go, and I'm going to ask her. Anyway. I mean, you don't do because we'll because first of all as an eighteen year old. You don't want your mom knowing that you're going to see that movie. Do you know as an eighteen year old dude, you were not like, hey, mom? I watch porn pretty sweet. And I'm going with my friend. I watched it with my friend. It's not weird at all. It's not. I mean, why would you? I just don't get. Left is crazy. This is this is the circus that we have running for twenty twenty in theater. You don't want your mother sitting in one of these chairs back in the day. Like, you can imagine the stuff that's going on in that theater. And you don't want your mother chairs like I didn't even think about don't want that to happen. And you would never would never have your invite your mother into that environment. Where that's probably going like weird crazy things are going on at the same time that you sitting there you don't want her in that environment. I don't know. I don't know. What to think about the story? I don't know if he was just like a book. Right. I don't know if he was like, what would be really funny. Make me bring me down to earn. Not funny. Everyone cares. So weird. That's what he know that the guy is is the candidate is so unreliable that that's the story. He came up with trying to make himself appear relatable. Yeah. That means. You're completely lost buddy. Who among us hasn't taken their mom to a porno? Just like you, right. Ah? We've all have right. I mean, he said the thing about his dad dying. Don't me laughing. He said the thing about his dad dying. And I'm like well. I mean, that's sad. But then it's still made me think like, okay. So the dad's gone, and so he's the man now of the house, and he's taking his mom to a porno. I don't like it. I don't like it. I don't trust any of the left. You have all gone completely crazy. I don't trust any of you. Who's this guy again, John Hickenlooper NAMI, what's his background? Like, what is the governor something like that? I'll get back to you on that. Well, the thing the thing is Jason he's a democratic governor, Colorado. Colorado homer. Yes, he used to be governor of Colorado. But that's the thing with twenty twenty. You see this long list of people, and you even half of them are because there are so many of them. I don't have time to go through and read all of their bios because I'm just looking at the at the front runners because I'm sorry. Good old John Hickenlooper. But I'm pretty sure you're not going to gain attraction you're looking for. I can't wait to see the debate stage. Because I thought the Republican the GOP debate stage looked ridiculous because there was so many candidate. How are they going to fit them all up there? I'm thinking if you go to watch your kid do like a choir thing or something they're all in like risers. Up on the stage. And there's going to be standing there watching for the hand signals from the choir teacher when they can when their time is speak. Also, it's going to be four hour. Yeah. It's going to be a marathon. That's what was so ridiculous. I know GOP one it was so long, and there's going to be more. I mean because even some of the smaller ones who are never going to gain any traction. They're still going to be up there like Andrian because he found that that loophole again who was Andrew Yang. I don't know. All I know is that he's this individual person who has been running for president for what since two thousand seventeen he's been running, and he has all of these platforms. Pro or anti circumscription. Left always trying to snip away liberties. I mean, they've been doing it since four skins and seven years. No. But Andrew Yang who you know. The the loophole was what you have to have sixty five thousand individual donors, and he was able to game the system and actually show up on the debate stage. So we're going to be hearing from all of these people even the ones who have no chance whatsoever. It is going to be such a circus. And I'm so here for it hilarious because he's the total opposite of Beto like, especially as website. Believes you don't know what he'll propose. There's nothing else website. He's got like a dissertation of what his actual polish off. And it would be a textbook. And if you're scared of big government, oh my gosh. Like this guy wants to like he has a proposal because he doesn't like yellow crayons or something. Like thing is covered when circle to your platform. Okay. You might have smoke of them a big government. There's another job I could do there. But. I'll say why style. Yeah. Why stop there? Jason the other ones have been so good. I mean, why not just keep them coming? But I just I can't imagine. How long are going to have to be there? What I am end. What I just said. I said it's going to be a circus. And I'm here for it. I'm not sure that I am because I don't know that I want to watch a seven hour long debate with all of these crazy people, and they're all going to be trying to out radicalize the other one they're going to ask a question on abortion. And Cory Booker is going to be like, well, I think you should be able to get an abortion right up to the minute that the is born and club, which is going to be like, no, I think that you should be able to kill it like two minutes after it's born. And then Bernie Sanders is going to be like, I think that by the time. It's a toddler is do you can just do away with them. They're all going to be piling on top of each other trying to outright lies one another. I totally agree. It's going to be fun though. I think it's fun fun or one is going to be the actual presidential debate. Especially if it's like, I am praying for this nine. No, no, no, don't say Syria. Dangerous though, he could win back. Those those moderate Democrats not that he's moderate. Oh my gosh. They literally might get into a fight. That would be. Welcome back. Once again, I am Sarah Gonzales filling in for Steve days here with Jason but'real. And oh, by the way, I'm gonna read some tweets in a second. But we tweet us we need to come up with a hashtag Jason. I know all the legit ones have hashtag. How do we not because we're fillings true? My place the backup backup quarterbacks. Yeah. Maybe maybe it is said how how about just the Fillon's tag the fill-ins. You can tweet us at our Twitter names or use hashtag the fill ins replacements. We don't want to deal with any copywriter shows. Let's just do the Fillon or you can call us eight eight eight nine hundred three three nine three. We will be back with you tomorrow got a lot more to get into. But first we want to tell you, especially those of you who are looking to buy or sell your home until you about real estate agents trust dot com. So Glenn started real estate agents I trust because being in radio, they moved all the time. And when you move across the country, and you've never been to that place that you're moving to it's kind of hard to know, what are the good areas? What are the areas with your values? Maybe you don't wanna be have your home next to the crazy, drug user who Blair's music all night. I don't know. Call me crazy. Maybe you want a family home. So Glenn started this company they vet his team vets all of these real estate agent. In these specific areas, they all do it fulltime. They don't dabble in it. This is their expertise. They know these areas, and they share your values their listeners of the show. They know you they know what you're going to want. They know what you're gonna want for your family, and you don't have to do the vetting. So don't go to your cousins uncles. Brothers dog. Sitters niece who is also a real estate agent Goto a real estate agents. I trust dot com. Wherever you are in the country. They can help you real estate agents. I trust dot com. All right. Jason before you launch into your Jason's launching into a tirade in a second. Because he tweeted out that he was going to and he had like one or two people who are like, I guess I'll stay around for that. And I beg Serta. Let me do. But I just want to say so kath- Kathy tweeted to us and said what else can we do to stand up for our constitutional rights to own a firearm. I am tired of the left using these horrific attacks to advance their agenda to take away our guns. Beddoe are loco. Cultural appropriation Kathy unless you are a fellow POC like me, you can't use my language. I don't understand how anyone can take them. Seriously. I mean what else can we do? Do do what we're doing? Right. I mean, thus far they haven't been successful taking away our constitutional right to own a firearm. So and they and they can't really. It'd be very very difficult to do it. I can't even remember the process anymore. It's like crazy to have like an majority. It's like a two-thirds two thirds vote. And then they have to have like what two thirds of the states or something like that. It's it's basically impossible very difficult non possible, but very very difficult. The problem is that they already have a standard like the assault weapons ban that they could do something under a democrat president and Senate and congress if they can get all three they can do something like that. They've already done it. It was proven that didn't work. They did it anyway. So so that really worries me also the the standard now has been set by President Trump to declare a national emergency. So we know that the next president very well could do that violence as a national emergency guys. We have to do something right now. He would could totally do that. And then. Did you say he could totally do that or shit. You just assume that the next president is going to be female, a male. I'm pretty religious do that you sexist pig. Appreciate its she said he. I'm very uncomfortable with this environment. I am like so scared of HR HR. They got to use the right pronouns. We have a story on that tomorrow too about you'd better be careful, not use the wrong pronoun, but the president could could could very well do that. And there's nothing that we could do to stop it as far as like, the they would go through the same process. The house would vote to overturn it. Even if they did it would go to the Senate. And even if they did if it wasn't the threshold that was unviable, which you're never gonna get unless they have an extreme majority in in one of the houses, right? Then this is going to get vetoed by the president's going to get done anyway. And then they have the ability to to re up that every six months absolutely system sham. All right. So Jason now your Twitter. What was the tees? I I told him he sent me this this story. And I was like I'm going to be honest. I didn't have time to read any of it. So I literally have no idea what the story is. Or what what you're going to say about it? I okay. So I just now Saul the story, I have no idea. Because I usually keep up with veterans issues and things that are affecting veterans. But I have not heard about this some kind of a shame that I haven't heard about this. But I just saw a story today was on Fox News. And it was about Representative Crenshaw, and he sent a letter. I so love him of him. Jason has a man crush. So do congressman if you're listening to this, please call them eight nine hundred three three nine three I'll give you my personal cell. If that's easier. We. I saw the story. And he just sent a letter to the secretary of navy co-signed by seventeen other. Members of CONGRESS Republicans, and they were the issue was a chief. He was a navy seal chief Eddie Gallagher, and many of you might have heard the story, but she Feddie Gallagher. He's he's a nineteen year. Combat nineteen years. He's done eight tours of duty, which I did one. He's done eight of which is amazing. He's doing this as a seal. So this is not like he's going out there sitting there in like doing nothing. Desert hawk hooking Jabeen, probably every night. Yeah. So this is I can only imagine the the stress that this on him put on his family. He's sacrificed a lot. He's won. The bronze star with with the valor times to decorated nineteen year old combat that with eight eight tours. He has been charged with war-crimes. He's been charged with killing an ISIS detainee. He's been charged with calling in I guess. Pointless. I guess dangerous missions that might get his other teammates killed. He's also been charged with calling in false target coordinates coordinates to have a mosque bombed or shelled or whatever. He's been charged with a few things all of these center around an assistant officer in charge. So it comes from this one this one, dude. Now, these are very very serious chart is that his official terms that would be on his name one, dude. Very very serious, dude. I'm sure it's the military's. That's probably an acronym. Anyway, vivey. Vivey? One dude. But they all they all stemmed from this this one officer and the charges. I don't know if they're true or not I highly suspect to me a lot of the charges that of that come out of a lot of these war-crime-charges a lot of them. Some of a lot of throwing getting thrown out. Some of them are like from an interpreter that we hired another country that they kind of corroborate a story from somebody else. There's just reading the story. Just now an army officers enlisted army guy that he was charged with killing somebody out in the field. And his story was that it was self defense the detail tried to grab a knife. But the interpreter said, no he did kill this person for no reason, but he was offered citizenship of the United States to. I mean, why would that be a reason wouldn't trust them weird things come out of combat like this? But if you read the story, and you hear the charges you're like, oh my gosh. You might be appalled. But just know there's a lot that goes into this. Now when charges like that with having the civilian world. There is a process you would probably get booked. You would go go up for bail. You'd probably someone would probably pay your Bill. You go out you'd have several months to confer with your legal team to figure out how you're going to protect yourself defend yourself in this case, then later if you were found guilty, then you would rightfully so go to jail, right? So, but this is what's this is not happening to veterans. This is not happening. This is not what happens to people that are in the military now listen to this. I didn't tell you this before because I wanted to hear this absolutely insane. I remember nineteen year combat that eight tours of duty bronze star with combat v twice times too. He's being held in the sex offenders war ward at a base in the sex offenders world ward. I don't know why. I don't know if they have nowhere else to put him or what he has been there for six months. Okay. Okay. It'll be around nine months and the sex offenders were word here before he finally gets his day in court on may twenty eighth. He is now this is a congressman Crenshaw has written a letter saying, look, why is he being a why are they assuming he's guilty? Right. Isn't it innocent until proven guilty? Yeah. Why is he being why they're also saying that he has this entire six month period? He has had limited access to food limited access to medical care and his legal team. What's this sounds like it's something that you would read about in Soviet Russia or something like that to some oligarch that pissed off the government that they don't want. He knows something that they don't want anyone to find out. And so they're gonna they're just going to try to. Quietly make him go away. This is crazy shady and you'd have the ACLU, right? Chris is that you heard the story. This is insane. This is nuts. So this is something that if we heard about in a civilian prison with somebody else, the ACLU all kinds of other people be all over this. It'd be absolutely all of it would be total outrage they would not stand for this. But because it's in the military it's under the uniform code of military Justice because it's like an it's like. Justice system treating him. Not like an American this ridiculous on believable. I don't know if he's guilty or not, right. But no, they don't either. Right. So how can you keep them in prison like this? And certainly you should have to be, you know, our government should have to be at least accountable enough to say, well, this is why we're holding him in the sex offender section or this is why we are not that. They would have a reason to say this is why we're limiting his food. But I mean. Like, I get it that the military has a different way of going through their process, but you should at least be able to answer those basic questions, you should have to be accountable to say, this is why we're detaining someone or, you know, this is this is our process. This is what what it looks like this is why he is where he is. And they just don't have to tell anyone that. That's unbelievable. Unbelievable. And it's it's from it's from accusations from one guy, we don't know the motivations from this one guy. Right. It could be some ridiculous grudge. That's really sad. You could have stolen. This guy's girlfriend for crying out loud. I'm not saying he's not guilty could be guilty. But the problem is there's always the Justice systems built the way it is. So that you're always innocent until there's an accusation. Okay. The chief Gallagher is innocent there's been allegation, but as of this moment he is innocent treated as if he's already been convicted of the crime, and he should definitely how many different parts of the constitution broke. In right here. He is not getting a speedy trial nine months and not even really limited access to his legal team. It is really scary. Even get together to strategize. Yeah. Talking about how they go about this. That is really scary that you think about we talk about we warn about big government all the time. That's the type of things that happen when you have big government control that the government can just take people and detain them. Throw them in jail and not give them access to legal representation. And it's just that's all okay. The government, and they know best view would absolutely appalled. If you heard about some of the things that veterans have to put up with that. It's almost like a like a pseudo government that people don't really pay attention to the military. Right, right. He was. He was the veterans and military men are being taken care of. But it's stuff that we would never tolerate in the civilian world, take healthcare. Like, it's a perfect example of socialized healthcare sucks. Right. I know. I don't get how people anytime someone is like, no, we need single payer. We need the government to run it. I'm like, do you know any veterans have you met any veterans because ask any of them, and they will be like, no, you do not want government run healthcare. It's the VA but ten million times worse because there's more people. I would never if you had a serious injury in the military. I did not want to go to a medical facility military facility to be treated for. There's been horror stories of people that have been totally screwed over. We'll never be the same. Because of the care. They got you don't trust it. There's no competition for it. You know what? I mean. There's just like you get that. Rank you get your title? You get in that position. You do it until you get out of service and go get your real job. You know what I mean? You know, what I mean like it's who wants to who wants to have their life put in the hands of a system like that. Now, I'm not I'm not saying that all military. Doctors are bad. No, I'm saying, hey, Dr. I'm not saying that because there's there are some some very good ones out there. There's some really care about their jobs. And but the problem is the system has also does have some bad ones. And it's not built to get better to strive to get better to improve things built to basically, if even if you're bad to give you kind of like, a stamp and see you on your way after you gather service and just keep you in your job. But I think that you could say that about any type of bureaucracy just a big bloated bureaucracy. Couldn't you because you could say that about public schools to. I'm sure that there are teachers out there who really are doing it for the children, and they really do care, but you talk about public schools that they're so bogged down by all of the bureaucracy that it turns into they're just like they hate being there, and they hate your children. And all they want to do is teach the curriculum and go home, so they can go home to their husbands to complain about your children. It's like anything that government is in charge. Just turns into this big bureaucracy, and it becomes less about the individual or the people that are serving and more just about following protocol. And making sure, you know, getting through all of the red tape and everything like that. And people are so worn out by that. They don't actually they don't have any anymore mental capacity to do what they got in it to do. I was just I found this other story. I was I was thinking about the last time something the last story. I was I was following where someone was mischaracterizes a war criminal that. I saw was a guy named sergeant Derek Miller. He's in the army national guard. He was in Afghanistan. And this is cruelly quickest story identified a Taliban scout interrogated him when the Taliban scout grab for Dirks weapon. Derek fired and self defense and killed him. Derek's interpreter who observed the incident made a contract restatement after investigators agree to help them gain asylum and US is another soldier observed in corroborated Derek's version of events. But later changed his story after investigators threaten to charge him as an accomplice is this not heavy handed. Police state bullcrap. I mean, what would the investigators motivation be? I mean, I charge this guy don't want to speculate, but they want they want to have a heavy hand in these areas to show that they're doing their job and not like soldiers aren't free for all follow. Following the wall of war and that we're not being. Him as an example, use them as an example. But now sergeant Miller is being released. So he's been cleared of this. Now, he's being released. It was all bull. So these cases happen all the time. So if you hear if you read some stories in the thinking, wow, chief Gallagher guy must be guilty. Many many cases it ends up being not the case. But we need to give chief Gallagher his day in court. We need to have the military Justice system work like ours. Does like you can't assume he's guilty and treat them like a criminal with a bunch of sex offenders. That's absolute, especially if we're doing that too. I mean, you're saying the same rules should apply to. Military that apply to average Americans. I mean, I would think that even you could say how about the military like these are guys who go to serve our country. Maybe it's not a stretch to say that they should be given the same basic rights as all the rest of us. Right. I mean, when you say that you're like, well, maybe they should just be they should have the same rules. Like, I don't know. I'd be fine with maybe giving them some extra. You went to serve for me. If you have a little extra you're going to protect our rights, and you did at time eight times actually been decorated for it. But you don't get the same rights that you're fighting for which makes no sense. Speaking of military, see what Trump's out about John McCain. Yes, I didn't know if we were going to bring this up or not about to be the end of the show. So I figured we time to sneak it in there. So yeah, he's I've had a huge issue with how he's treated John McCain. Ever since Vietnam comments, which was absolutely just horrible. I don't know. I don't agree with John McCain, right? All of the things we just not trash his name. He's he's dead. Right. Can we just trash his name at this point wasn't moving? That's a reasonable request. Mr President move on the policy move onto that because you're doing pretty much really good job. And most of the things we agree on. We don't need to do this. This is it's not fair to to an American hero. He did some things we don't agree with he's dead. Now. Let's move on Mr President make sure you can call into our show tomorrow tomorrow. Mr President, the number is eight eight eight nine hundred three three nine three which really wanna talk to you. Because I know that you're watching obviously, Donald Trump watchos, blaze TV, of course. So we'll see. After the president. I don't know. I might take crunch offers. I was thinking seniority. I mean, we definitely want to want to have you. Have you on congressman? This is Steve days on the place radio network.

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Ep 606 | First Night of RNC Reminds Us America Is a GOOD Place

The News & Why It Matters

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Ep 606 | First Night of RNC Reminds Us America Is a GOOD Place

"Today the Republican. National Convention night one a tale of two views of America. When you look at the Democratic National Convention also Wisconsin Burns. We've got a lot coming up and it starts right now. Welcome to the news and why it matters I. Am Sarah Gonzales today joined once again by the one and only Glenn Beck who needs no introduction but I'll give it to you anyway. Thanks for being here also joined by Yoku billions host of the show. Thanks for being here as well. My good friend. Invoice yes. We should be was Mr Beck. Fleece I. I know I was like I feel like you're back in studio now. No one's expecting to see you because you've been gone for so long that they were not. They weren't sure if you still existed. So well, I'd like that too I'd like to continue. All, right so Republican National Convention Night One did you watch it I watched well I. Missed the first forty five minutes and then I tune in tune into Fox and I was like, okay shut up shut shut shut up. I want to hear what they're saying and so I. Went over to C. Span, which is usually just a sleepy. And And I watched it and I was riveted. I thought it was the best convention I've seen. Since Ronald Reagan I mean I think and it may be how of this last night nineteen sixty-eight they started fascinating people. We have riots in the streets than we have. Then we have massive scandals. Then we have Jimmy Carter an economic collapse, and then Reagan comes that was twelve years. It's been twelve years since two thousand, eight. Okay. And we've been hearing it since about two thousand, four three because of the World Trade Center. We, are ripe for somebody to say you know what? America's good place people are good. You're not a racist and I think. I. Felt it last night. And depending on the ratings which I know you have depending on the ratings how many people actually watched it? If it is consumed by people, it could be a landslide. Jackie. Let me get your thoughts and then I'll I literally said that driving here I was really really impressed. I don't know how coordinated the holistic effort was with the message who was America is a good place and that felt good I think those who watch it? It's GonNa. Innately. Innately Americans of good right there are bad apples, but they want to be good and they want to believe of themselves being good and I was proud of that of their orange. It is based I've ever seen. I don't go as far back as. Best I've ever seen the best messaging I've I've seen and messaging that was was not bullcrap. No, it wasn't. It wasn't. It wasn't like, Hey, and then we're going to lower taxes and we're going to do this. It was like look put our divisions aside you don't have to vote for that come. Join US sit at the table Let's make America better place because it's not going to be government that's doing it's going to be us so come and join us because that's darkness over there. Rally right. Rally, what I didn't feel last night. Rally not for trump for America. Not. That's what I didn't feel. I didn't feel any political fluff. It was it was actually refreshing. It was refreshing even from the conservative side it was very and they were clean and to me when they were talking about trump it felt like they were just correcting the record like the hostage thing I know some people hated the hostage thing because he was there but I thought it had power that he was there because I knew that we were releasing hostages but I didn't know all of those stories are and have them say Mr President thank you because we were abandoned if if you end the one I, still be in prison. It wasn't a well thank you for cutting taxes. I started my new business. It was you saved my life and I think America watching what's happening in? I. Think the only thing they missed they should have run a little. Picture. In picture box on the side of just Wisconsin on fire and just said. This or this I mean it truly truly was a tale of two cities. He's looked at the news coverage from what happened last night and then compared it to the convention that the Democrats held, which as you mentioned was very dark and just did not paint a grim or it did paint a grim picture of what's to come I got a call from. Elijah. One of the people who works here at the blaze, we get a call from the head of the blaze. I Dunno eleven o'clock at night he never sleeps so. Here it is I. Think this is it. He had a gun to somebody pulled a gun out and then who did this and dry fired it. Dry fired a gun. Then that would stop my heart. No big deal. But no big deal and I realized our reporters and reporters at the daily caller, the the the daily wire, all of these places they're all in danger if you're speaking the truth you are in danger. Today Well you mentioned the ratings, how many people watched last night it did did concern me because the DNC's convention was? So the numbers were so low I worried that the word wouldn't get out. To tell the difference. Yeah. So just the C. Span livestream viewership, which you watch C. Span was six times higher than the first night of the Democrats convention I think now, the word is out from conservatives that. Is really good is really hopeful. I'm hoping they don't screw this up. I'm hoping they can continue this. But by the time, trump takes the stage. It should be a roller should just be steamroller. Yeah. just to to give the viewers some highlights of what they potentially missed, which again, you should tune in make sure if you did not tune in last night that you do so tonight but just to give you some highlights here is Tim. Scott, talking about his family who went from cotton to Congress one Lifetime Watch, we must focus on the promise of the American journey I know that journey well. My grandfather's ninety, nine, th birthday. Would have been tomorrow. Growing up, he had to cross the street if a white person was coming. He suffered the indignity of being forced out of school as a third grader to pig cotton. And he never learned to read or write. Yet he lived long enough to see his grandson became the first African American to be elected to both the United States House and the United States Senate in the history of this country. Are Family went from cotton to Congress in one lifetime. And Amazingly were still having these conversations about how America is systemically racist I thought this is something I have never seen the GOP do because they've always written off the black folks like why waste a minute? Why waste a minute on this you like, but we should try but it never it never pays off. They're always accused of pandering win. The left is correct. The one who there wasn't a single pandering moment. You're not one it was it was great. Even even Nikki Haley who comes out my wife is like she's white and I'm like, no, she's not no, she's not I've always thought she was white. No, she's not. And it was story after story after story from all different races about how America is good and now you can make it and come and join us and I really think I talked to Vernon Jones today. Who who spoke last night and I said so is this real? because. I feel like something's happening and is it real and he said I think in the African American community. The Mask is off with the Democrats they know you've been playing us and I'm done. I. I Trust my gut Sarah. I got a feeling last night. There was watching Charlie a dear friend Charlie credit to mazing job as a young man, right? Watching Charlie a feeling and I got waiting to prayer immediately and Wayne lasted I have this feeling no joke and it was the year I emigrated remember immigrated three weeks after nine eleven. I came to a country that it was united. Right? I got a feeling last night I got shows aren't going man I think it's happening I think the people are saying. That's right good people. We are people are we going to take our country back I? Re I got that feeling like that excitement and if I got that I hope. Americans will watch because if they watching it continues as Glenn is saying, they're going to feel something again tangible. Yeah. You'll feel it and you'll believe again I have lost belief in the American people and that they were as anybody. Anyone out there, that could speak to the the the people who've been left behind. You know there's a whole group of people out there going I don't want any of this I don't want any of this and I sought for two hours last night and I had the same feeling I mean the hair standing on end right now just talking about it. Right there is something that happened. The thing I thought of last night was Joe Biden saying One of the most amazing things I've ever heard from the floor of a campaign, a convention. You have to understand there won't be any miracles when he said that last week, I couldn't believe and. I couldn't believe it and I thought I. Don't know. Yeah we. Right now speaks volumes of his art and and the hardwood with the hearts filled with the mouth runs over with, and sometimes you just need to listen to them carefully to really know what's going on well and speaking of your hair standing on and I'm sure as an as an immigrant you will relate to this yakult American businessmen and Cuban immigrant Maximo Alvarez. delivered a very gripping speech last night warning Americans these far left. That are rising up in the United States remind him kind of like where he came from and where he was trying to escape from to come to freedom instead here's a little bit about. Movements ladies before. Of C. B. S. laid these before. I am here to tell you. Got No, let them take over our country. I heard the promises. Fidel Castro. And I never forget. All those who grew up around me. Who Look like me? Who Suffer. Starve, undyed. Because they believe those promises. They swallow the communist poison pill. I may be a Cuba more am one hundred percent American. That's right. This is the greatest country in the world. And I said this before. If I gave away everything that I have today. Would not call one percent. Before I was giving. An game to this. Great Country of ours. The. Gift of freedom. Right, now it is up to us to decide our fate. Choose. Freedom over oppression. This Was So, great to hear. and. Immigrants get it. They just get it. Because they've lived something other than this lap of luxury. But. Listening to that and many like this last night. I was struck with this really is our last call. This is it. This is a trick about Donald Trump and job by MRS about freedom absolute or the loss of freedom and total slavery and not just for us. This time we're deciding for the whole world. If America is lost I'm telling you Satan does not destroy he perverts. Takes tools and he perverts them. And he he will destroy everything because we will be the darkest group of people ever. We cannot do that. We cannot do that. Sort of what you saw that man do their. Humanity. That humanity. That will connect with every mother I. don't care who you are, what you. You can't not feel when you watch that level of sincerity last night for me was. So it's authentic. It was authentic. They were speaking to humanity. It's almost like imploring humanity saying, please. Please don't be shortsighted in think this is a Donald Trump Joe Biden issue police understand what's at stake? America is the last and I say this respectfully to all other nations this is the last man standing to be a light on the hill. It's it's it. This is it I know it for a fact, and if this goes down you right lane Satan Torts. Scripture says you can either be deceived and a person can deceive another person, but it's momentary or you can be under a spirit of perception is the left works under a spirit of deception he I think he was fulfilling Biden was fulfilling Isaiah. last week when he started talking, I am a bringer of light and what we have. WHOA to those. Who Call Light dark dark light. Judgement Oh my gosh and I was so overwhelmed by Oh. This is this is we are living in those days we're living in those days and I can't I have this conversation with my family every night and they're like Okay Dad stop you're making me cry and I'm like well, we're hearing should maybe you should. But. We are going to lose our family, our children, forget about your job and your money in your house. We're going to lose our souls and I our children if we don't wake up because they are calling dark light and light dark, and if you don't think the schools what we're doing on that special when you've done already in schools. Tomorrow you will see how they've infiltrated our schools and it's just the beginning of it and it is so unbelievably dark it is I'm not I am not using hyperbole. This is these are the seeds of the Hitler youth. Absolutely these are the seeds of the Hitler youth. You Know Glenn You I keep hearing about this special and I can't wait to watch it. But I'm kind of mad at you because now I'm going to watch it and I'm GonNa Learn things and I don't know how home school to children and have a job. Odds and you know what? You don't necessarily have to do that. You just have to make sure none of this stuff is. None of it. All right we got more coming up including. We're talking about darkness including Wisconsin Burning but I want to thank our sponsor target pro. 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So now is the time to be very proficient with your firearm just trust us on this one. Okay. Right now get ten percent off plus free shipping. If you use offer Code News, it is I target pro dot com, but is I target pro dot Com Promo Code News for ten percent off plus free shipping back in a minute. All right. So we talked about the highlights from the convention but WanNa get into a little bit of how the left saw the R. N. C. Convention Donald Trump. And what happened last night because it's ensure that you may have guessed this but it's a little bit different than you guys were describing it just a Lewin. Yeah I know it's it's very surprising to hear Let's start with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi who castigated Donald, trump, and of course, everyone else. When. She called them enemies of state and domestic enemies in a rant on none other than MSNBC, watch take an oath to protect and defend the constitution from all enemies foreign and domestic, and sadly domestic enemies to vote system and are honoring our. Constitution. Right. At sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue with their allies in the congress of the United States. But again, let's just get out there. Again let's say is organized and not let the President Deter Anybody From boating and again, support the postal system, which is election to election central. Do. You know why they're pushing that so hard. It's not because of fraud that we have to reframe this. This is not about fraud. Yes. Fraud will happen easiest place for Tappin is through the postal service, but that's not the problem. The problem is that the the number if you increase the number of ballots that go through, you're going to naturally increased the ballots that are discarded because of irregularities. Last La, what in two, thousand, sixteen, I think there were just what was it under a million that had been discarded and that wasn't with with big turnout because of irregularities that in check the right box they didn't sign it doesn't it doesn't match something else. If you get two or three million ballots that are thrown out they're going to say they're disenfranchising people. That's what that's about. It has nothing to do with the post office. It has everything to do with the rate of rejection and they are going to use that to light people on fire and maybe. Maybe literally. Not, is really enlightening because if you think about that who are they, they're the party that creates the problem. Yes. Exactly create the problem flood the system millions of ballots create the problem that's. I've never heard anybody say that you can sign them all Charlie Brown it doesn't matter. They can clearly be fake. It doesn't matter what matters is the number. So if you go to the American people, say you realize the post office and the election boards all around the country throughout five million votes. Wow. You're going to say that's the game. Then then the whole world says, Oh, my gosh. I mean it's horrible. Look at what they've done. That's the real key. That's what they're playing for. They are agents of chaos and the author of chaos it's Satan and that's with krona. Focus on one set of numbers and all the numbers, and he's not talking about death what I hear their. Denial. Sarah is a dangerous but bitter pill. And they operate in that if you look at Hillary and the denial of losing the election in sixteen and she's still carrying today I'm. I'm seeing a lot of denial already and it's a team that's preparing the people. It's almost like they're saying, Hey, we're going to prepare you because they're going to steal it from us, soon. Steal it from us in. So you bring up Hillary Clinton she genuinely is still carrying that with her. Literally until today yesterday, she made the comments that Joe Biden should not She should not give up if he does not win the election. Just be like Hillary right and just keep saying that other things caused her to lose for like four years straight and not accept the results. That's what she thinks should do watch. So we've gotTA have a massive legal operation I, know the Biden campaign is working on that. We have to have poll workers and I urge people who are able to. BE A poll worker. We have to have our own teams of people to counter the the force of intimidation that the Republicans and trump are going to put outside polling places. There's this big organizational challenge but at least we know more about they're going to do and because Joe Biden should not can see under any circumstances because I think this is GonNa drag out and eventually I do believe he will win if we don't give an inch and if we are as focused and relentless as the other side. Joe Biden's should not concede under any circumstances from the lady who accused President trump of being the one who would not concede. Going, have to take him out with police believe they're going to take him out in handcuffs because he won't have a transition of power. This is UNAMERICAN. This is UNAMERICAN if there are irregularities if there are things that people are intimidating, show me the video and those people should be prosecuted period. This is this is this is so I said to James Lindsay, the other day I. Know You're not a religious guy I've tried to swear this word off but I can't think of any other word that fits what's going on. This is so evil it's all about destruction will all about structured? Glenn you can say that if the heart is to destroy its evil, you're aligning with evil you picking a site right? You're you're aligning with evil it's interesting against everything they accuse they do it's projection Aligarh epic lawyer. Yeah he's a deceiver right who is the Party of intimidation? Who is the party did beating people up in the streets know beating people up for wearing a baseball cap that says man who's the party of violence and intimidation not the Conservatives hasn't been WHO's the party that endorses and supports the burning down of cities in our in our country, burning down a police cars burning the national flag come on. That's projection at the finest. But again, who what they're guilty of they will accuse you. Historically that's what they do, and that's what she was doing there. And just one last one as a kicker Chris Cuomo discussing the convention last night with Don Lemon and You know he's just says it's really not necessary to fact check that Democrats convention because they don't lie like the other side does watch it is a jedi mind trick that I don't understand how people are not getting this Jedi mind trick. This isn't even our to to. Thank you. But that's politics. Don You're running for this party? I'm demonizing this party. Everything, that's bad. Is Your fault everything that's not going well on my watcher either lying about or your engineering somehow on the sneaky talking about Obama and again well. We'll see makes the better case and yeah, you can fact check to death. We can fact check this conventional night people were saying you didn't fact checked the Democrats they are not lying the way trump does unbelievable. Yes, of course, do both parties engage in it? Yes. I'll give you the full guilfoil. Yeah. But not like Donald Trump. Yeah. Nobody lies. The way this man does has an will that I've ever seen in politics now. so He's lying to. The projection and lack of self awareness there. Is it is. I'm just hoping. That it is going to the biggest surprise of their life. You Know I. I don't know because I. don't nobody's talking anymore. Nobody wants to talk about politics nobody wants to share their voting for nobody wants to talk about it. So maybe everybody is voting for Joe Biden maybe everybody's voting for Donald Trump. I'm hoping it's not even close because it can't be close. Can't be close. Because five, thousand, eight or of five, million, eight million is still too close for what they're gonna do with the male. But. I'm hoping that they are surprised because all they've done is doubled down. On what they did in sixteen the media just down. The last one and it didn't work for them then. We need to put a basketball score in a football game. Here we need to run the table to take it outside a question so that the world who will be watching and the world is watching they are watching. We'll see listen the American people spoke unanimously overwhelmingly beyond a mail fraud system whatever it is, they want to do big because they will drag it on for years they will never stop like they say it's just ironic because wasn't a Joe Biden it's at our remove president trump you know with force if I win and he doesn't. He doesn't do the honorable thing, but then they flip right around it. So he should never then if you lose, you don't really lose you don't ever lose. Your never lose hold themselves their standards. Crazy Chris cuomo standard who self elevated himself to the judge. He's the judge in fact checking but we don't need the fact Jack Donald Trump just trust me I'm telling you. He lies more than anybody else come on now well, luckily, I think there are only like ten people left who watch his show so hopefully no one no one hurt and took it to heart. All right. We've got more to come back in a minute. Protesters ended up torching a lot of black owned businesses. Last night when they went on a rampage in Wisconsin, we talked about it yesterday that the riots had just started and Wisconsin continued burning last night despite the curfew over a police involved shooting of Jacob. Black who sorry Blake who happens to be black now. Curiously, enough, we still don't have all of the details of what happened with the shooting but the more comes out you know the more it appears that the police may have had a legitimate reason to to stop him. But that doesn't the facts don't get in the way of the riots. Arsonists set buildings, ablaze, and torched much of the downtown black business district can no show why? How does that help black people? You know that set the nineteen, sixty eight riots set black Americans back for a decade for a decade because no, one would open their businesses down there. Nobody wanted to go down there because it just got such a bad dangerous rap new insurance companies would ensure anything because of the riots in sixty eight this is killing young black businessmen killing them. WHO Who are a people that under a banner fight for their people but then at the same time harming their own people I mean, who are you? What's in your heart? What good does it do? Not Not to pander here, go back to South Africa but I've seen this movie yeah I've watched this movie playback right You can't even I mean you're verminous lawyers saying by saying not to pander here. I mean, that's not pandering. You're you're telling us so. Does not play well at all right. You a decade back twenty six years in in South African people robbing a dream from another leader, Nelson Mandela, and and harming their own people to make a statement burning literally burning down cities, burning books called necklacing. In the streets there on people. Black black to make political statement because if you dare at that time stand up and say, well, wait a minute what we were promised by this political party. We're not seeing you can't defy them. You can't go against them. It doesn't work it will destroy this country. Destroy destroy the entire Western world if if. If. People. Are afraid to speak out now. You had no idea how terrified you will be in four months. So the Wisconsin governor deployed the national, guard. Of course to to help I also want to get your thoughts gentlemen on the CNN again I know we've we've we were just talking about CNN's coverage of the Republican National Convention let's get CNN's coverage of the violent protests riots but they had it more correct when they said violent protests compared to what they changed the Chiron Chew in the middle of their segments. So watch closely, go ahead and read the Chiron when you start watching this clip and then look and see what it turns into watch. He's in Canosa for us Omar, this incident was captured on video. You WanNA warn our viewers. The video is graphic, very hard to watch but set the scene for us walk us through what you're learning. For there are a lot of investigation playing out right now trying. To Jacob Blake being shot. But what we do know for sure awesome people are angry they have expressed my Violence gone where did the word violent go? Now it just says eight PM curfew ordered after protests over police shooting of. Crazy. is they do this every time they every every single time I don't remember which reporter it was. But one of the first nights of the riots he's in Minneapolis and he's like this is a largely peaceful protests and there's a giant fire behind it. It's like, I don't think. So dude back to that picture where you had that that video stopped looks behind him. Trucks, it's big burned-out. That's not peaceful how the drug it they're. You know. They're telling US nineteen eighty-four deny what you'RE I. I it's deception. It's the spirit of deception and come on. America come on. It's so clear and but but I laugh because they can't cover all the bases like Wacko Bowl right? They like Oh crap. We forgot about the truck in the back that's on fire because you know the. Producer is screaming removed award violent. I can just see the producers room right. Fired about the truck, I can't move the truck. It's True story this is a true story. I worked at CNN if you remember so true story at one point. I'm listening to our show back at home and I'm like the mix is bad. I can't hear the you know the voices and everything else and I, went back and I said. What is the deal with the mix? It's like it's like our audio guy is deaf and the whole room got quiet and I went. What. They said well. He is and I said. Why He. He went death. Death. The audio guy went death but because they wanted to be inclusive, they let him keep his job. He couldn't hardly a thing not transition to where he Just had to use this is watch the meter. So he was like doing this he couldn't hear a damn thing. You like what are you? This is nuts. Nuts. That was twenty years ago twenty. Nuts. that. Not. Fire. You're blinded. With your eyeballs. So okay. So we're talking about. The same night, right two, very different views of America. Taking place We've got obviously got an election coming out. That's what we're talking about. So you've got the trump base who's obviously going to vote for trump. You've got the Democrats who I don't know that they're voting for Biden so much they're voting against trump, but then you've got the independence who will probably. Give us one way or another I mean, are they viewing all of this? So the the on C. Span they took calls eight Khalas c-span, use the Democrat line of the Republican line now I don't. Really Oh. Yeah. and I don't know if you can trust that at all. But every time they went to the Democratic Line somebody and they sounded legit that said, you know I voted Democrat my whole life. But I don't recognize my own party anymore and I don't necessarily like Donald Trump but I can't vote for them. So I'm going to be voting for Donald. Trump it was call after call like that. Now maybe that was staged maybe not I mean if it was in the left, I would get this kind of stuff they do conservatives are like I'm too busy doing. So but I, think if the Democrats And all. Two percent of Democrats are saying that and the independence are way away from that. You agree yeah I don't think. I. This is me and I, can't how do I this but this is my feeling on the street here right left and independence I actually think there's a group insight to left. Party. Have become independent of their party. They may not qualify themselves as an independent. They're thinking and I hear them say this I'm independent of this way of thinking this is still consider themselves Democrats right now because I remember my grandfather and my grandmother they were Democrats they were FDR Democrats. Once you were an FDR democratic, you never changed and I remember. Here in my folks and my aunt and uncle 's everybody's saying grandma. Is Not. FDR. FDR NOT FDR. and. but they always voted for Democrat. I think they are so far to the left. They have embraced chaos riots violence. Horrible horrible murder with abortion selling a body part they have offended the sensibilities of the person who works in the center of the country and just believes in bigger government then what Republicans believe but they don't believe in all of this abortion at any time of that crap and those people. I. Think those people will still call themselves Democrats but not for long not for long. All right back in a minute. I think they'll. Shen. A group of leftist militants were caught on video harassing a Washington DC restaurant patrons yesterday evening because they refused to raise their fists in solidarity. With, the black lives matter movement now I'll show you the clip but just so you know this is not the only place where it happened there were multiple reports of different places around the country of this happening. Right now here's what that looks like. Good for year. Glenn. I have a feeling that you might have something to just a little. Memory Jug. You know how you get an entire nation to do this That This is exactly what the Brown shirts and the stormtroopers and Mussalini. Black shirts did in Italy they had these little groups of students, the young groups that would march down the street and they would give the Hitler salute and at first nobody was giving them the Hitler salute back. So they would stop and they would beat a couple of people almost to death. Okay. then. They'd say raise your hands and everybody would be like. Raise their hands. Those two people they were lucky would go to the hospital, but they did that all over Germany and they force people, they just train them don't. People were hanging swastikas that were not Nazis hanging swastikas in their front windows to say I surrender. I'm not a problem I'll go along I wo-, that woman is a hero up so that woman is a hero because he surrounded completely surrounded and any second there that can go to physical violence he knows that but that is a convicted woman woman that's a woman with conviction and that's what the left doesn't have to. You know have you ever seen that picture be this guy? In the crowd where everyone who he was. Okay he married a Jew. and. They said you got you can't marry a Jew. You can't marry June. He's like, I, love her marrying a Jew. He would not give the salute. He would not divorce his wife he ended up in a death camp but. Key. stood. And you know what his family. His his family, his relatives. They can tell the story of what they did in World War Two. What somebody in my family did it was that guy I want my children to see me at the chair going nope not have me being the one looking at somebody in the chair and screaming you gotTa do it. That's that's not see tactics and and just about five minutes ago you play the clip of Nancy Pelosi. Crazy saying the right or the ones who are. Domineering and threat lillies terrorists really. who were the domestic terrorists that's terrorism tear. Down there, walking down the street in neighbors, just regular neighborhoods with a guillotine. At three o'clock in the morning, saying give us your house give us your house. If that's not domestic terrorism, I don't know what is it that's not domestic terrorism. What is I have a right to eat at a restaurant and be left alone? Points I have to wonder to. What happens if that kind of thing comes to someplace like Texas? Washington DC, seem thing will happen in the big cities, but you'll notice that they're going to the big cities that are all controlled by Democrats. You come to the small cities in Texas Mu come to my city in Idaho and we'll kick your ass. Remember a bully. I say this look at the Animal Kingdom represents God very well aligned goes after the week Zebra they sat there they went after that woman for a reason I'd like to see them go after a guy that looks like a guy that's gonna I'm GonNa put a beating on you so bad your mom won't recognize you won't they pick the soft targets, intimidate them in late peer pressure no, they won't do that in in Lubbock Texas in outside Fort Worth. They've done is they've done it in in farming cities of California. They did it someplace else just recently Colorado? they're they're walked to the border of the city album. By four or five, hundred, five, hundred folks. But they know the cities that are run by the Democrats they know where they have judicial support. Like in the big cities where they have. A back end. Yeah. All right back in a minute. Dallas. Dallas. Yesterday's poll. Are Democrats cities safe anymore kind of a general question. But most of you said, no, ninety, five, ninety, six percent of you said, nope, not safe anymore for percent said, yes, I. Guess those are that's just Democrats who live in the cities who don't want to admit that they're not safe anymore. today's poll who had the best each at night one of the Convention Marshall Walker Maximum Alvarez, Tim Scott or trump junior. What do you think? I'd say. Maximo or Tim left off the Nikki Haley I are too many too many. There were too many for the twitter poll Tim Scott was wildly effective is maximal over. Emotion, you could feel his very hard. It's very hard to pick nor do I want to but I'm going to lean with my fellow immigrant on this one I think that. was very very well. Yeah. Let us know what you guys think. You can go to the blazes twitter that is at the blaze and don't forget Glenn's at special tomorrow. You're not gonNA WANNA. Miss It. What does it eastern? Nine PM Eastern please TV sure you. Stimulus. She doesn't give interviews. 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Recycling And The Mob

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:37 min | 1 year ago

Recycling And The Mob

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from Google from Connecticut to California from Mississippi to Minnesota. Millions of businesses are using Google tools to grow. Oh online learn how Google is supporting businesses in your state at Google dot com slash economic impact so in nineteen eighty-seven something convinced convinced many U.. S. cities to pick up recyclable items from residents homes Sarah Gonzales with our planet money podcast reports it started with a garbage barge and the mob mob yeah we kinda over cycling to the Mafia like the Gambino's John Guidi yeah that Mafia and and it starts with this guy in Mobile Alabama low Harrelson H. A. R. R. E. L. S. O. N.. Super Proud of his age eighty five live. Can you believe that still running onto cylinders not a mafia guy just a regular guy you call them farmer of you like this. I grew up. They were sharecroppers. I grew corn cotton potatoes. All kinds of vegetables typical of Alabama grew up in a home The days then in the nineteen eighties Harrelson learns this thing that he hates trash has a hidden use the methane garbage emits can be turned into electricity so Harrelson Allston decides he's going to collect a bunch of garbage in North Carolina and turn it into energy but he would need a lot of garbage and at the time if you were interested interested in garbage. New York was the place but it was controlled by the mob. Oh yes now. That's a story that will take a lot more time than we have today. Those cartel control the flow of garbage and has yet deal with specifically. You had to deal with a guy named <music> Salvatore Avellino Sal a Mambas with the Lucchese crime family who controlled garbage hauling on Long Island got ten years for conspiring inspiring in the murders of two garbage men and I found him. Hello Hi this Salvatori. Yes he's auditory. My Name is Sarah and I'm doing a story about the garbage barge. I know that it's kind of a complicated story but I want to see if you would chat with me about it <hes> well. I really rather not be honest which I want to be polite but good luck but I really don't WanNa talk about. It was the greatest idea hi dear what I was way ahead of my time and do you mind telling me why you don't WanNa talk about yes okay yes. He minds Salvatore Avellino guys picked. picked up garbage and Lowell Harrelson wanted to buy it. There was a ride in a stretch Cadillac Limos. That was a little scary but that was it. Harrelson was in business with the Mafia. He's a nice guy. I like how they rent. A barge called the Mo bro four thousand and he tugboat to tug the barge and on March twenty second nineteen eighty seven three thousand one hundred and eighty six tons of New York garbage set sail steered by Captain Duffy saint-pierre a few saint-pierre one of the best in business people start noticing the barge moving down the coast like what is that thing they think there must be some mobster toxic big waste hidden on the barge and a court order blocks it from unloading in North Carolina the get out and get away from this crowd the barges tied to a Cyprus tree the and the Mississippi River Waiting Mississippi didn't want it Florida Alabama Louisiana all say do not bring it here the barges on the nightly news like who will say no tomorrow the most watched load of garbage in the memory of man. It's become something of a national joke still loaded with tons of garbage still unwanted so the buyer just bobbing in the water two months four months baking in the sun poor captain. Duffy saint-pierre can't dock anywhere to take a shower even and there are all these stats coming out at the time that showed. Food town dumps were closing so people that they filled them all up. There was nowhere for this garbage to go. We've run out of places to throw away our throwaways always where we feel. We weren't full. This is Thomas Kinman in environmental economist at Bucknell University. He's as town dumps were closing but bigger. Regional landfills were taking their place but people didn't see that and so the recycling Arrow was born. That's why we recycled to this day. Who knows where we'd be without that barge? After five months a judge ordered Lowell Harrelson's garbage to go back to where it came from New York to be burned what a legacy <hes> forever will be known as that dummy who sailed the garbage barge. You are basically the reason why we recycle yeah. It has an impact on my tombstone. I would like them to say this. Oh boy did his damnedest okay and lead there so we recycle now in part because of a misconception that the U._S. was running out of landfill space. Sarah Gonzales N._p._R..

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Ep 578 | Smithsonian: On Time and Like Bland Food? You Must Be White!

The News & Why It Matters

44:19 min | 6 months ago

Ep 578 | Smithsonian: On Time and Like Bland Food? You Must Be White!

"Today Democrats unveil a three hundred fifty billion dollar economic justice. ACT The National Museum of African American History Redefines Whiteness turns out. Their definition is pretty racist and Georgia's governor camp overrides mask mandates in the state. We've got a lot coming up and it starts right now. Welcome to the news and why it matters I. Am Sarah Gonzales today joined by. It's the bromance. The boroughs are back in town. We've got grint. CINCH field of newsmax. Is that Saturday, report and Yaacob billions host of the billion show? Well. It's funny because you were on earlier this week. and. Okay, but you. You guys were on separate league. Viewer comments and they were like. Why aren't they together? What happened yes. Yes, yes. What happened? Why? Why aren't you putting them on together? I'm like calm down. They'll be back on Thursday Dream Team. All Right, so we've got a lot of woke nest to get into a lot of social justice nonsense, the first of which Senate Democrats today released a three hundred and fifty dollar plan to tackle systemic racism and historic underinvestment in communities of color that have been hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic, an economic downturn. Now this Economic Justice Act Calls for ten major investments over the next five years to help communities of color with childcare healthcare jobs. Jobs programs, infrastructure, improvements and Housing Assistance they've framed their proposal as a down payment on calls to address systemic racism and economic disparities that have been spotlighted of course in the wake of Corona Virus and George Floyd and it would be partially funded a apparently supposedly, it would be partially funded through reprogramming two hundred billion dollars in unspent funds from the cares act. Corona virus response legislation just signed into law in March now is. I gave you the the categories right. Fifty billion in childcare programs, forty billion for community health healthcare efforts, twenty billion for job training, and at risk youth initiatives, twenty billion for capital and support for small. and. That's just in the short term just in the short term longer term is a bunch more and infrastructure, assistance for renters and low income housing credits Etcetera Etcetera Kuno. That's what we needed to set the America to set the country back on the right course. This country so much trouble once we started talking about billions now we're talking about billions upon billions to trillions. We talk about then. Then it becomes. It doesn't even like I don't think it registers with the average, American. Just how much that is. It's just a random arbitrary number that they can't. Here's will register with our children when they're grown and the ability to pay back is not there, and our country literally falls apart. I in debt I. Mean you only have to look at places like men as well and others that? The Duchess crushes them so my question is though. Haven't we already been throwing money at all of these problems like throwing money does not work. But, they don't want to throw money at police. It's the opposite and it's take money away from police. Solution every problem is throw money at a problem, unless of course it's police fund them, which just goes to show you how devious they really are, and they're all cheerier motives in all of this so i. don't know this is just more feel good nonsense. It isn't going to do anything to sell any of the problems that they want to try to solve the problems. WanNa try to solve. Don't really even exist. This is literally literally by the playbook. How African presidents run their countries literally by the playbook? You create a bake funnel. You make everybody feel like this Christmas is coming and then you siphon. And you signed for an officer twenty billion for chocolate. Tell me the organizations that benefit I guarantee you. You're going to see I. P PF International. Planned Parenthood Foundation in there. You're going to see all these tentacles. This is how it's done, and it has been as well this. Alvin is film. This is how this is the tipping point here. It's monopoly at this point to your to your point you, you start talking billions and billions it's it's you're so far out there. So it's done, and now they've actually they've actually now done that. They've actually now pulled the wool over America's is, and now they can't say. Open wide, open it up siphoned off. Nobody can track it. Where's where's black lives matter money coming from? Where's it going can track it. Is it. Who's going to track this? Who's going to audit this? Right, when those designed to audit is I just create a siphon over here in front this organization and that organization this is this is so bad for our nation. It's feels like Africa. It's perplexing to me, too. Because you know you, you look at this and I. Find it very similar to the welfare system that Democrats keep pushing on communities of color. TELLING THEM WE'RE GONNA. Throw more money. You solve all of your problems. But how long can the Democrats get away with saying that to these communities before they look at where they're at and say that they haven't been helping us this entire time. Why should we trust them? Now I mean I. I hope that the wake-up call comes down with the whole defunding police movement. There's no help or anybody if they're in trouble. You've been saying for a long time. You've been saying for a long time. I've been saying for a long time. All these cities are run by Democrats most of these cities that we're talking about like Baltimore. DETROIT SAINT Louis Chicago run by Black Democrats and so their solution had always been. Throw money at problems. These cities are all bankrupt. They can't fund all the programs they want. The programs don't work. We've got to reprogram society. They talk about training. Police retrain the public on one how to act around police on one how to have some gumption to take responsibility for yourself how to go out there and get it without having a handout without relying on government for your safety and security and. And your wellbeing, we need to reprogram the public that way, but you'll never get that through the mainstream media never I love that point. I was stupid show if I can plug STU show just for a second on Fourth of July and say Yucky an immigrant and I literally said this. We need to retrain Americans what it is to be an American. Saying. I'm an American. There's a checklist. You are a definitive the constitution all the things I had to swear to. I had to renounce all alliances I swear to bear arms. Defend this nation foreign enemies. Foreign Domestic Americans have forgotten what it is to be an American. We you make such a point. We have to retrain society. You've got a responsibility. When you're a citizen of this country, stop looking out at government and say Oh, I'm the victim. Can someone give me a hand out in wake up in the morning? Morning and say praise, God him and his nation I needed to start contributing to the a good news, so a woman who works for for my family for the last ten years, Guatemalan permanent resident here in the United States and I was talking to her today about politics, and we were talking about the possibly of more shutdowns, and she told me that she literally loves president, trump and everybody in her family loves president trump and I told your story is not getting told. I have to believe there's more people out there and I said. When are you going to become an American citizen and she says well I don't have the money and I said we need to make it easier for good people to become American citizens and harder for bad people to come here instead, we got an opposite. We make it easy for bad people to come here. Really hard for good people to come here. I told her I said. I'll pay for your American citizenship. She thinks it costs about eight hundred bucks. I said I'm at eight hundred bucks to have used American citizen and that's another trump voter. I mean with you. We've got a team that can help are just reach out to me after the show we can. These are the people who wanna be people who want to contribute to feed their families want to contribute. They want to keep this nation great. So many more people out there started to run this country like they run California. Does it work I, just want to ask people. Does it work? In it doesn't work I. mean judging by all of the human feces in the streets California. I'm going to go out on a limb and say no. So why would we run the country like they're in California? Because there's there's a small group of society whose pockets get lying through this, let's not be blind and stupid. They're not for the people they not for you. There's no hand out. They give you a daughter and they take ten in the back. This is what's happening under a program. So kind of on that same note in that same vein. The National Museum of African American history. There is a pamphlet from them. That is now going viral. It It wants to make you aware of what it is. To Be White, it has aspects and assumptions of Whiteness. White Culture in the United. States this legitimately guys. This is from the National Museum of African American history and culture. Okay, so those of you who are like well. Why does this matter? Why is this news of the day we'll this museum? That's actually putting this garbage out, so listen to this Let's see white culture in the United States is is is rugged individualism. Right? The individual is. Is the primary unit. Independence autonomy is highly valued self reliance of family structure. You have a nuclear family. The husband is the breadwinner and the head of household. The wife is the homemaker that children should have their own rooms and be independent emphasis on scientific method, objective, rational linear, thinking cause and effect relationships, quantitative hypothesis Oh and by the way work ethic hard work is the key to success. So what I'm sitting here reading this and I'm like. So, what are you saying that black people are? If this is to define whiteness. You're saying that black people don't believe in objective rational thinking hard work hard work in the reliance, each other having their own bedroom. Really want to go ask any family you want. No, no, we want our children All India. Goal. To not have those some really good corner pillars for a good society absolutely. Of American cancer and I will tell you know who solidified American culture a long time ago is the black community before the Democrats got involved with ruining inner city, black and people of color communities in these in these cities. You ask any. Member of the black community that I know they will agree with all of these things what may support to so who's the head of the Museum of Black Culture? What is the museum? That is a museum like this well I can tell you that the list of top donors for this museum Inclu well by the way a tax payer funded right partially Oprah Winfrey. Charitable Foundation. Bill and Melinda, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. He's the new Soros of the day. He's in everything Soroush Junior. Junior Oprah Winfrey though for as much as you want for to slam her. She's freaking American dream. She started the same way I did. She was a street reporter in Chicago I was a street reporter in cities like Hartford and New York Dallas. She became a maybe a billionaire now. I, don't know she's a wealthy. She's lived the American dream. It was capitalism that God or there and I don't believe that she that black communities don't support these ideals. Come on incredible. It's incredible time. Let me just give you a few more time. whiteness wipe people follow rigid time schedules if you're GONNA be talking. About that went to work at talk to my fiance about this, because getting ready at Nineteen E. obviously is not following the white culture of Being A. Listen. I helped me out. Please healthy I can is this like the frowning upon white people for having these out these values? What what are they trying to say? Is this negative. They say this is what you want to culture with no time we respect time where hard work is frowned upon so I know the show starts at a certain time, but. Fifteen twenty minutes later I'll get here when I get here. It's fine. It's fine. Now the museum does say under a section captioned confronting whiteness. If you identify as white, acknowledging your white racial identity, and its privileges is a crucial step to help and racism, facing your whiteness hard, and can result in feelings of guilt, sadness, confusion, defensiveness or fear. Okay so I'm supposed to say I acknowledge I want to be on time. And I. Apologize for that. That's a good thing that what what are they saying again? They're saying a whole lot, not saying anything and by the way, isn't this racist? Yes, that's what I'm like. Of African American history is basically saying black people don't believe in science in having a mother and a father in being self reliant in being on time in like actually working hard. What do you think of yourself as a community? You just think you're. Not representing that community been in more locker rooms than I can remember in my life and the African culture is a family culture. Absolutely I was trying to get a father. It's a fatherless culture which is a completely different issue because. Government incentivizes the fathers to leave, but is a family culture. The panic is a family culture. That they don't represent they don't speak for the African American culture debts, which by the way I'll have you know this is the only African American at the table. That's right this. Is. True! Both passports few legally. Legally they. Promised, actual African Americans because it's not about skin color. Right exactly well. We're told all right. We've got more coming up and if you guys thought that that was really woke. Just wait until you hear about the racism of sleep. No, I'm not kidding, but first we wanNA thank our sponsor home title lock so. I don't know if you know this, but the FBI calls home. Title Fraud One of the fastest growing crimes in America it actually happens because your home's title is kept online where thieves can go in for your name on the deed that is kept online, stating that they've sold your home, and then they can refile as the new owner so all of the equity all of the. 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Do not be one of the unlucky people who find out before it's too late home title Loc Dot Com. All right guys I. IF anyone has high blood pressure out there I just want to make sure you've taken your meds today. I WANNA. Make sure you're sitting. Okay, because your head may explode when you hear this teen vogue now again, we just went over this like white culture nonsense from the National Museum of African American. History like well. Why does this matter well because it's what's being taught to people? Okay, so teen vogue! This is what is being taught to our children. They published an article in their most recent magazine called Black Power Naps is addressing systemic racism in sleep. So now we are to believe that sleep is actually racist. So the argument here, stay stay with me I know you're already like I. don't I can't connect the dots. Stay with me here, okay? black power naps argues that blacks have had shorter lives than whites because blacks were not permitted to sleep, and thus reparations must be given in the form of time off from work, because the black community has been dealing with sleep deprivation for hundreds of years now and I'm. Not a scientist. Okay, but I don't think that that's how sleep deprivation works. I'm not sure that you can add it up and like apply it to the next generation of people, but apparently. It was inherited. It was inherited. The author of this says we're dealing with an inheritance of sleep deprivation. Deliberate topic of slave owners to make the mind feeble that same tactic has only evolved, and we need rest as reparations, so can I go, I? Thought. Okay. Clean Volk this same teen vogue that teaches twelve year old of sex. Yes, the same teen vogue that that promotes Beta feel this. I don't teen. Vogue is a trash. Can Okay publication trash the lowest of the low to president? Trump says you're the lowest. Not Woke is the lowest of the love. Listen, so you're saying. That I shoot, go back and ask my mother. How much my father slept in the two years. He was in my life because. I am owed. Something nicely hours a night. Into four o'clock this morning I was up at eight am. I haven't taken a nap in Oh. That's right. Never Okay afternoon naps talking afternoon. This is the biggest load of hough. We listen if this is where we're going. Police America. Tell me you can't. You can't take this seriously. This is the thing you go to the bathroom with, and you throw it in the toilet. And literally, that's recommended for the scary part of this is that the Democrats have done an unbelievable job of weaponising entertainment? These types of magazines Hollywood you throw it all in one bunch and they push propaganda through these outlets in here you talk about the young minds of our children being infected with left-wing ridiculous excuse, propaganda erupts like literally make excuses for everybody that they're not getting sleep. It is corrupt, and so this is why every parent should be. Have a real handle on what your kids are reading and I would recommend. You should not allow them to read invoke. It's baseless though again. Where's the fact? You can't pass on? Can you please sleep tonight that your child can feel better tomorrow. Look I'm trying to hire truck drivers. I should be dreaming about my fiance next to me. I saw the beach. Instead I'm dreaming about eighteen. Wheeler drivers, and how I'M GONNA. Get the next one. Your sleep can help me or passed down generation to generation. What are we talking about? Lesson? There I realized that you know you guys have your white man struggles. Like working and you know. Right people feeding your family's taxes than go out to three hundred fifty billion dollar program. But I'm here to tell you that. According to this article, this conversation is particularly pertinent now because many people are taking the streets to protest for black lives matter rather they take a nap. Lor Yes. NAP! Ryan. Taken. They said work from home for crying I'll have your professional rider work from home. Ruin your own house well. They want both, so they say we're having to go out in the streets. During a pandemic expending energy in really huge amounts in order to ask for reparations and rest and energy, it's a double edged sword to navigate as an activist. You're putting your body on the line to reclaim it. That creates a lot of we have people who are twenty twenty one. They are burnt out. They need time off to ask how this reputation a real. Really for myself because Sarah. Work like are they only have white people pay the reparations, or does everybody pay tax? You know it's interesting. Grant I. Don't think they've actually gotten that far for when they've reasoned it out in their head. I'm not sure that they've gotten that far. This because that really unifying. If they said we're only going to have white people pay what if what if you're white person? WHOSE ANCESTORS FOUGHT ALONGSIDE AFRICAN? Americans, are you exempt? Do you get exempt if you're if you're? Rant and you help three the south. Look. Expanding energy and huge amounts in order to ask for reparations arrests an energy. Can You? Can you give me some of your energy? Explain that to me you. Can we make up for the energy we lost? For the sleep that we lost these are lunatics by the way I've gone after that executive editor right that editor in chief and teen vogue. Yeah for sure she's nuts. Well, what was your first clue October This is the kind of stuff when you're an editor. In chief, someone brings that to you. Know what I got a good story for us. We GonNA. Tell them we're owed. Sleep right. They gotta pay US money for sleep, and my body's burnt out twenty-one bodies burnt twenty one. You're doing something else. Okay. Get off the crack or whatever you're on I. Mean like Grow Up. A little bit right. You're twenty years should have all the energy in the world, but it's just maybe you should like. Choose to put forth that energy and actual productive ways man up. I did. Body actually works I knew a little bit about the body. The more you actually exert yourself more energy to body produces. It's called ATP energy so when you go out and you protection you ride you actually producing energy to actually you burning, but you producing the system biggest nonsense I mean I. don't even know how much attention to give to this because. That's what it was like corrupt young minds. throb them. At home need to know about this reason, this odder kids from reading it before it gets to them, and it's not be stupid. There's a reason this is not published invoked, but it's in teen vogue. because. That's the impressionable mind. That's the mind goes. You know what? I am a blanket and I am tired. Someone stole my sleep. They stole my sleeps. Sleep Gimme money. What can you buy sleep? Can you buy arrest? Close Your eyes don't riot. Put your head down. Right in sleep and you can't make up for it by the way. Certainly not like across generations. You can't make up pregnant. Momma. You can't have you. Don't sleep tonight tomorrow difficult. You can definitely sleep more the next night. Then the following day would be better, but. Like a Door. Does he keep you up at night. Yes, you should renumerated you. Up for losing sleep with the snoring. Hey, he's watching I. I'm with this guy okay, but I'm not on that. I if He would Oh, his wife, a little bit there to. SNORE. Don't do anything. 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Chill because you're not black, so you don't yeah, you can't be sleep deprived. That's fine so in the latest weekly White House. Watch survey conducted by Rasmussen reports president trump. Who trailed Joe Biden in the last survey by ten points has apparently narrowed the deficit to just three points. finds that the likely Democratic presidential nominee had forty seven percent support among likely voters to trump's forty four percent. Now it does say an additional five percent said that they prefer some other candidate and four percent are undecided, so who knows which way those people will shake out, but trump garnered seventy nine percent of the Republican Vote Biden got seventy. Seventy six percent of Democrats, and then in independent voters by scored forty four percent of the vote trump, thirty eight percent the grant. What are your thoughts on the latest and I know it's just a poll in the polls were wrong in two thousand sixteen but I do also know that you know as this poll is coming out. the trump team just had a little bit of a shake-up in their campaign, he announced a new campaign manager. To run. I was a little bit unclear because it didn't. He looks like he said Brad parcel is still going to be. They're also going to be doing other things I think probably a nice way of saying voted right work. We're bringing someone else in. So what are your thoughts on all of that I mean clearly I. Don't put a lot of stock in the polls, but the question with the polls and it was an article that came out today that saw that was clearly left wing. Hell bent on slamming president trump article that the poll show that it was too much to overcome, and even if you had them as wrong as they were with Hillary, he's Joe, Biden has still has a big enough lead that even if they were that wrong that president trump would still would still lose, and so the narrative is the left knows that the polls can't be trusted, but they're going to keep pushing this, but it's really not in anybody's best interest, not even Joe Biden's best interest to be pushing that he has some kind of a big lead. Nobody that's running in a race wants to. To, be told, there have a big lead, because then you run the risk of your people, not showing up for you, we'll certainly someone who's enthusiasm is I mean yeah, you. You look at the voters anytime they. They are asked if they're enthusiastic about Joe Biden. Why would I be enthusiastic about a person to things about Joe Biden right so clearly your rights era? There is no enthusiasm. But nobody's excited to vote for Joe Biden, but he's also not hated Hillary. Clinton was hated. She was despised. no-one you know Joe Biden. He's got the he's the perfect. I'll have a beer with them right, everybody says. Well sorry for him moral I know I feel sorry for him, but he's not despise so he's not gonNA. Turn people out to vote against him. Like Hillary Clinton turn people out to vote against him I. Still Think this is a toss up race. I am a firm believer that the president is going to win, but it is not going to be easy coming down to the wire. It's not going to be easy. We gotTA fight like we're behind when you're when you're in any race with it as political, you want to be the underdog. He wants to be the one where your supporters say we'd better show up. We've better fight like hack because we want to champion you to win to your point, I like what you're saying because it's not gonNA. Take much to make Biden supporter. Stay at home, so I like the fact. They're overconfidence day overconfident. Please be overconfident. You know did see how this works out for you. Because because he is, he is not a polarizing figure right and that's why also said the president needs to take focus off of Joe Biden and put it on America and in shifted to something that can can review Biden's character and not son. Hunter go after hunter, right because Biden. His Sovan Nila right he so mellow. That is almost not here. You know right and so I think, but I'm with I, think. Do I. Think the polls are going to be as wrong as they were in sixteen. No. Do. I think that's one hundred percent accurate. No, but it's a fight. We'd better fight. I mean I asked family member of mine who lives in the northeast. That is a huge liberal. And I said please tell me what you said. Is Burg respectfully? Please tell me what you love about Joe. Biden his plans. What? What's the one plan that? He has the one initiative that he's offering up? You really are excited about instituting in America well. He's not mean online. He's not president trump. Was All he's not. He doesn't tweet this. He's. He's a racist or Not a policy, I said I don't WanNa. Hear what he's how he's now or a character. Me To. and. You know they could not do it, and I would challenge any Democrat out there to tell me one policy measure that they like better than president, trump or one that gets them really excited or they've, but are. They had win last vote policy. They, don't they? Vote Celebrity? They vote hype and fluff. Corn the Cotton Candy Party I. Mean It's all just you know fluff winded. They vote policy I mean. If they really look at policy and looked at Hillary policy, they would go. This is going to kill our country. Really dig down into the real policy, right? Joe Is not putting forth. Any policy in this planet put forth was a hybrid. Trump plan right, and so I don't know Sierra I I've never I've told you before someone to stay on it. I don't trust. The polls never trusted the Bulls. I didn't even trust the polls when when President Bush was in office or I, just don't trust the because especially now I think and I hate this term. I'm going to get I hate the term silent majority. Why in the living. Haiti's is the majority silent if we are the majority. And in fact, the majority why we silent than if you're the majority, stand up and crush them. Just crush him. Show up right typically, though history has shown that the smallest groups that are the most passionate had the loud voices of just look Eh, the black lives matter movement, looking and teeth your, but it's time for the majority of into not be silent grants right? Take this country back. That's it just take it back. Don't even leave it up to just show up and just go go and put this is the bill belichick one minute left. We're up twenty four points. You want to kneel. Know scoring a touchdown. Just go crush it. Wake up and speak and don't leave it up to the pulse another interesting thing to look out really quickly. We'll be to see if the. People have a long enough attention span to understand that Joe Biden was just an office not that long ago, so anything that he's saying I heard him talk about healthcare and health insurance, not maybe three weeks ago, and he's talking about how we have such a horrible problem in healthcare, and he's going to be the one to fix it and I'm like you were just an office for eight years, and you're the one who destroyed it. Will the American public actually connect those DOTS I? Think the majority of the American public. Do not connect those dots. But then you have the voting public, and you try to get some on either side who tried to get engaged with with the side? They're on and educate themselves, but the large majority of Americans aren't going to relate that. Joe Biden Joe Biden, the only reason they're gonNA vote for him because he's not president trump and they're being hammered day in and day out the president. Trump is evil that he's a racist. None of that's true by the way they're being hammered day in and day out, and that's what they'll believe. To. You. Sit at all. You said he can't be said better. We need to help them remember. That literally only three and a half years ago. The policies for dealing with now that we're still trying to change in healthcare. He was critical vice president where there was any good or not is irrelevant. That was position. He helps. Sit those up, so he's knocking them in knocking your own work, right? Now all right, we have got more coming up after the break back in a minute. Done anything really. He actually had to go out on stage. Republican Georgia Governor Brian Kemp issued an executive order. Late yesterday, prohibiting local municipalities from establishing mask mandates for people who go out in public, so no one locally in the state of Georgia. Can enforce a mask order that is more restrictive than the one at the state level which I believe is not is non-existent so I mean say what you I think. I think Brian Camp has handled it great. I will say I also. We saw this from Greg Abbott and we were like awesome. He's on board with liberty, and then that changed in a heartbeat, so it will. Will interesting. It will be interesting to see how this plays out, but I mean judging by how he has handled it so far it doesn't seem to be backing down from his pro liberty, pro freedom stance, and now the the local areas in Georgia will have a hard time enforcing mask mandate free to do what they want to protect themselves and I've said every GRANDPA grandma out there. If you want to stay home, and maybe you should. If you're a risk than stay home, but don't make me change my life and my child's life at school, and all this other ridiculous stuff because you're endangered. You need to stay home, but don't make shut down our whole economy. I'm a big fan of what Kemp is doing. Here I think people can make the right decisions, and I WANNA make this clear for everybody at home. Local, control the state has control over cities. It's unlike states to the federal government. The states made the federal government. We give the federal government power at a state level. It is the other way around the state has the right to give the local municipalities power, and even conservatives forget that difference in who authorizes who, and where the power ultimately comes from, and so the governor clearly has that right just like in Texas? When Governor Abbott Says Hey. You know what no Antigun laws on a local level that would be unconstitutional. You cannot do that. That's why we have the rule where the state can overrule local town, Yeah. Yakult instead of a mask mandate the state order right now so far right now, says that masks are quote strongly encouraged except when eating drinking or exercising. Do you think that people would be more inclined to wear masks whenever they are not eating drinking or exercising? If it was more like Georgia and it was just you know we're going to say that. It's strongly encouraged, but we're not. Not going to force you to wear one absolutely, and I'll tell you why because people want liberty. They want freedom. They want to make a choice for themselves. Right I mean very close. Friend of mine said I changed my mind little of this. I feel now I want to wear a mask, but I really don't like someone telling me I have to do it and it to the point. Georgia has led this from the get go open before Texas stood their ground. This is where with Governor Abbot nine like him, but this is on guns. He stood firm, but this is where he allowed Clay Jenkins in Dallas guys to just run over the state and say no. People will do the right thing for their families. They're going to the second you for someone to do something particularly in this state and Texas take your rights and tell you what January from a local level. Then I want to rebel. I want to say no going to show you. I have liberty and freedom so i. do think you actually see more people wear the mask. Whoever thought I'D BE? No Way, believe it now, I. WanNa Walk into my gym. I have to wear it otherwise. They say no. You know what I was told that look like panties. Do they? Do they look like Texas? They do a little bit. One. Looks like one side of the bikinis where it looks like I. Have Seen Okay. Speaking of You guys feel safer now. I really don't think you're any safer with me. Wearing what you look like you look like you should be sitting on a Harley Davidson right now going down the interstate. It flies in your mouth. It's a fly protector for motorcycle riders. Well, but you bring that up the panties. Thing and I don't WanNa get. Conversation can't wait for this. Know but but I think that's what's also so frustrating to the general public is not just that they're being forced, but that it just seems so arbitrary, and scientifically it doesn't make sense because there are people who, literally to make a mockery of the mask mandate are putting pennies on their face are wearing crocheted masks with giant holes in. And they're still you're allowed, and so it's like. Tell me this isn't just a virtue signal. Did you see the Laura Ingraham Laura? Check me on this. came out and said Hey. Cloth masks what it doesn't even work. There's all these things adopter exactly. Yes, yeah, yeah, exactly so. I right I. Don't have a mask in my pocket. If I WANNA. Go to the gym I got to bring a with me, so I carry with Easter Gym's open. Yes, plaster, that at it's opening game. So, how do you how long? How much longer do you see this going on my gosh? That's the million dollar question right well. This is GonNa be with us for a really long time the mask thing. Because you notice whenever they come out whenever the local municipalities or a state comes out with a mask mandate. They don't give you any sort of criteria for when we can end it right. They don't say once. We reach XYZ in number of cases or hospitalizations or fatalities. We're going to make it. Go. Tell me when government has. Put Regulations on the people, and then ultimately rolled them back. It never happened, but I'M GONNA. Tell you you again. Maybe I don't know March mid March grant city. Grant had a rant right and he was saying. Where are the facts? Where's the numbers? Where's the data? Whereas the math? Okay, so here we go. Let's say California. Who's been masked mandated. Who who the cases rose at the same tempo? As Texas is now in Texas where you've got the Dallas Boys Ega Georgia so let's let's now actually start. Tracking. Real data look Georgia. Now saying it's not mandatory. Recommend it, but it's still up to you as a family member and let's go. Let's go get a real legitimate subset of data right right and I am going to tell you you're going to be shocked by what you see you're going to see. That masks actually does not stop this thing, right? More people are not dying. Less people are dying, which is really the conversation to be had? Forget about how many people are having it. We don't test every year for how many people have the common cold or the common flu? Because it would be Milia, it would be maybe fifty. Deal with, Kids California. They're talking about closing schools like so many other states, which is really has outrage, California has not had one child, not one die of the Chinese plague, not one. Okay. They've had one hundred eighty five. Get that dig in Chinese splayed. He's talking to Pharaoh right now plagues comic, the last data set one hundred eighty five kids in the ICU or died of the flu. We didn't shut down schools for that one hundred eighty five children aitchison how Newman Service Texas numbers that came out in two, thousand, nine, hundred, ten, thousand, nine, hundred, and flew three thousand and Kobe. Ridiculous to see what they did Oakley sunglasses went to the NFL and said Hey, we made a mask for the helmet. Amid a covering for the hop Jj Watt. And Look Houston Houston losses. My Jj Oh, that's great now in the middle of one hundred and five degrees in summer. You gotta cut my breathing right? Yeah, that'll be great for the athletes out there. I mean I. Don't know I again. I'm not. I'm not a scientist, but I feel like oxygen is required for eighth and stuff. I mean. You know. His napping. Yesterday's poll. Will you comply if there is a new round of lockdowns in your state? Eighty three percent of you almost said now seventeen percent, said yes, but Jason made a good point yesterday. It's not really up to. The business owners on whether or not they will comply because if the businesses are all close I. Don't know where Y'all are going to go. Just I mean you can be like walk go. Yeah We can still have the GAL which would. Play dates. Let's do it no I'm not sorry. She's married and pregnant. Kid Play. Soccer, so am I. I'm not pregnant. Other than some men in this country who think that can become pregnant, which is the conversation, not only females can get cervical cancer, but that's a whole nother story for a different day today's poll. Who Do you trust the least? The CIA the FBI, the media, or the President I think the. One hundred percent on the media. But they're never got to. Have you ever got to one hundred now? It's media CIA FBI. Trust the president. He's not even shouldn't even be in. See and I think that's where we're going to have a problem. 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Ep 186 | Epstein Prison Cell Footage Destroyed!

The Chad Prather Show

58:05 min | 1 year ago

Ep 186 | Epstein Prison Cell Footage Destroyed!

"Hey is parttime mom. I want to welcome commute to another episode of the Chad Show. We are here in the studio which is twenty two we call it the mother ship and we have a man who sits over there pushing buttons. It's driving the mothership into the nether regions. His name is the puppet master. He's also goes by mark. He sits by young lady. WHO's the brains of this operation? Sometimes my filter her name candidacy is the queen of the Ethiopians folks. We're going to go off the rails today. We're going to get it into some of my favorite topics things that make absolutely no sense. I came up with the phrase party. Fouls Steve the other day. It is news you can use to lose and that is the way I view confusing news. She can no news. You can lose a never use. It doesn't matter and we're GONNA get into it news. You can use to lose central serious today off my mets. I'm kidding off the rails and you're coming on crazy man go wrong steve. Bring it up a notch Sara Gonzalez the host of the news and why it matters sitting out seat. You have no idea what we're gonNA talk about the I. Hey Brian Ashton have no prep whatsoever. I'm a little comfort bringing one thing on your Sarah Gonzales unfiltered. You've already talked about some of this and by the way you need to follow all her on a youtube and subscribe night you creepy followers out there. I mean I'll take him. I mean numbers is number. Mom never know how many windows are in your house until you hire a gutter cleaner. You know what I'm saying. We're watching you talked about Vince Vaughn on And him talking to the President at the College National Championship College Football National Championship between Lsu Tigers Clinton tires and if the president president is in the world goes crazy right. They go in this thing. Oh my God Vince. Vaughn cancelled culture. We gotta get rid of Von Horrible. The Guy Supported Rand Paul. You're in the last presidential election. We know as a libertarian. He's an outspoken guy. In terms of fiscal responsibility in government smaller government and free speech in these kind of things. Funny Funny Guy. I've always loved. Vince Vaughan Yeah. He's a fast talker. I like fast talkers. And he's up there having a conversation with trump Malania DNA. As I call all along yeah. Dm got to got her. Name's Malania what. What did you think it was too? I don't know the first lady. I was thought her name was something else. Jesus Mrs Trump uh-huh I guess daughter. Ivanka daughter was his first wife's name. Yvonne Yvonne maybe. I'm still thinking of Ana Blonde Chick Right Mhm We knew that she was blonde. Which melania is not Malani is not okay what I deal with on the road people right here? This is what I deal with on the regular right here so anyway. He's after dabbing with Milan. Ah God only knows what he's talking about and the news over on the other Steve scalise research shake hands with seasick lease and people are losing their minds. It does this matter does it. I mean can you really like do you just decide. You hate human being. Because they're talking to the president of the United States and it just going to drop in. I mean yes nowadays. That's enough to have you canceled. That's enough to have you people won't go to your movies people. Don't one associate with you. I mean I'm shocked. That Vince Bond has lasted this long. In Hollywood cripe quite frankly so my theory in Hollywood is this and that is interesting. You're you're going to see something interesting happened in Hollywood because again bad logic. I've said it a million times bad logic eventually falls in on itself can't maintain a society. Society's you can't maintain systems lavery one. You can't be able to house of cards so you have people in Hollywood who were grandfathered in Hollywood's viewpoint is we're just don't want any more of you coming in okay like your hair. The Isaiah Washington. Guess Vince. Vons as we're talking about your Knicks heresies those folks that are out there Dean Cain we were talking about joy My ex girlfriend Christie Oh God I'm sorry Kristy Swanson Kristy Swanson these folks out there and I'm like Oh my God. You're just watching a hallmark channel. Yeah well you know. It gives them a hallmark channel money. Because that's watch network in the world and you have folks like that. Who are making these movies? That are they still Hollywood. Yeah we're still in the system outspoken. And they are what they are they just don't want any more coming in there. I can't tell you how many writers I know that are out there that are conservative. They're out is it a don't ask don't tell policy and in a big way it is. Yeah I have very good. Friends are on twitter. You follow them on twitter. You just don't know their real names. They are some of the top writers for some of the top comedy shows. That are out there really. Don't I could list off people right now. You follow them. You don't know who they are but you follow. We'll we'll talk with we get out of here. Okay but you and I know exactly who. They are their friends of mine but they can't come out and say they have to use the pseudonym out or whatever yeah I get it so I don't understand this whole thing that kind of makes me want to go sit down and talk to trump just so you'll hate me. Yeah that's all it takes then you are shallow human yes yes easily triggered to like somebody will send you a message if they want to take your makeup off with a knife. You're an asshole. Why your mom failed Org died when you were a baby but if somebody really reams your butthole out and you didn't get the proper treatment afterwards like what the Hell is wrong with people out there there? We have this up and coming Generation that is so weak really fragile and they can't handle anyone who disagrees disagrees with them. They do handle it. It's horrible but do you get the people lump you into these twitter group conversations or these instagram group conversations uh-huh and then it's like you guys got to lead the conversation 'cause people just blowing it up and I'm like why are you sending me this stuff. Yeah I'M NOT GONNA re tweeted his garbage. Yes yes and I get lumped in and I was watching I get lumped into some kind of kids group. Okay and Eddie Scroll back through instagram. or whatever haimportant orange minor anymore I mean. Sharon's where it went on kyw issue. That's how the government gets. Yeah I didn't do it. I swear. Cleaning scroll up in there. Because what are they saying. And they're dropping dropping hin words all over or the place. You're saying it to be edgy. You're saying things just to be edgy. And I'm like what is wrong. So money's a beat their ass yes right and that's the society we're living in these days. These people are so cuddled that you're going to side the Democrats they come out and they pass a vote. They're not going to side with the Iranian people. They're going to stick with the Iranian Indian combination. They're going to stick with dictator ship. They'll supreme leader I mean this is more on the other day puts together of a compilation video of trump during a press presser about the Casa Mani death. And he does this thing of a sniffs fifty eight times or he's sniffing used to and that's the thing now the thing now is they're saying trump's okay well and but they're also saying trump is on as well because he stays up that night. The man is highly motivated. There are some people who just don't need that much sleep and there are also some people who when they take adderall and cocaine are skinny and trump's ass is very. That's right no that's a great point. We know you're on cocaine Claire. That's the only way to explain the weight loss. Yeah so anyway Hey Black rifle. Coffee Company veteran owned and operated premium small batch roast or in coffee company. My favorite made by people who love America they import only the highest quality beans from around the world. Hey they rose to order their coffees for you after you blaze as your order. It ensures that she received the freshest coffee available imitate it is fresh. They develop their explosive rose profiles with the same mission focused. They learned as military members serving this great country. You know all black rifle. 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Watch Chad you'll get a twenty percent percent off of your First Order of the coffee products and that includes the Black Rifle Coffee Club. Go do it right now Anyway so dumb the stuff that people come up with and it's just a hate. Infused violence tedious does crazy. One thing that happened this is one thing that happened a yoga instructor. You'd think that's a woman in it's demand. Yoga instructor. beat the hell out of a dude in the theater because that once spending time in Hollywood with DiCaprio is DiCaprio. Yes and Brad Pitt. They were watching a screening and guy was on his phone and kept messing with his phone. The Yoga Instructor beat his ass. He said you running the film so he punched him in the face and he kicked him after he was knocked to the ground and said that he demanded theater. Speak to this person. About your phone you go in there and say beep beep like during phone off. I actually we do I am. This might be controversial. I don't know I can't wait to hear what you guys have to say. I am a firm believer that you ruin other people's experience experience if you are on your cellphone and to put it up but I have to say I don't go straight to the punch. I think maybe just tapped them politely on the shoulder and ask them to please stop op and usually they do Steve. If you've ever been a theater you just want to whip somebody's but I actually think I did want but yeah but You know it happens but I bet that guy thinks twice about his phone knows this was this was Iowa City right this this is Iowa city In this this what happens so pissed at people. I don't know this ever come to blow. Do you use your you use your phone during elevators. The thing you really loud I will I will. You don't know the name of the first lady you think I'm not supposed to side the conversation and what we're talking about I asking whether it's gag on his right now. What's going on I'm playing with the chat. Show coins. Stack them right here. We sell those at. Let's let's piss everybody off. WATCH DOT COM by all my stuff you strategically sit. Sit and a place where you know that you're not going to be like a line of anyone above you Dan I gotta you gotTa beginning. Turn the brightness all the way right right maybe about two thirds of the way. Because I'm bad about like they don't make good movies anymore. Yeah there's no good movies anymore. I mean really movies are horrible. There's just no good movies. SORTA time in Hollywood was pretty good though okay so like I like it was. I enjoyed it just because it was well acted and like that was one of those movies. It was long but it could have watched it for like eight hours. Yeah because for me it was just so well acted. It's like I was in these guys life like I was all burnt on the fly on the wall watching their life. Yeah I agree and I can't enjoyed that. It was kind of fun the way they did it. that that Aligarh jeopardy apologized. They put a deal out about where the Church of the Nativity in in The lady buzzed in and said you know birthplace of Jesus. She said Palestine. Alex Travek hanging there Alex BUZZER wrong said. Israel's correct of course is in Bethlehem now they come in and now technically yeah so they anyway. So that's that's that's something. They were not supposed to air that question. That was the deal but somehow somewhere. There's a producer lose their job somewhere human error in post production. The uncorrected version of the game was Brian. Grant and of course what happens. Everybody's gotTa Get pissed off about that. Producer was Palestinian. I'm going to get the word out. I don't know man it'd be and the reason people say why does does it matter because again. Everybody's getting man. You know this Guy Bassim Naseer at jeopardy. You have lost a lifetime viewer. Well shut the front door. Oh my God jeopardy anymore I mean you got a guy at stage. Four pancreatic cancer who's hosted to thank for seven hundred years. He's on his last leg. He's coming in there. The Justice Wig and he he's a smart guy on the planet anybody's wrong and he knows how to make you feel horrible right. What does Palestine no they did? They did the ratings go up once he was diagnosed they always do. Yeah everybody loves Alex. Shuck at your Beck. Yes your mother shipwreck. I feel like that wouldn't be such a crazy thing to get people up in arms about though if there weren't there wasn't this rise of growing anti-semitism. Yeah and I don't understand that either Sarah this whole thing like we were talking about on your show news and what we're talking about the Bernie rose that are out there. People Crazy L.. Let me let me just say that. There's some people out there on the conservative side of things. I'm scared y'all to. I'm not talking about these wild ass far right-wingers I'm talking about the people that sixty percent of what you say is right. Is that other forty percent that I'm like what the wt what is going on with the way you're thinking like that kid that nicotine says yes like sixty five percent of what nick winter says. I'm like okay and then there's another thirty five percent. I might brow who go over that again but now he believes that like you. People scare me said you people. That's the thing but the antisemitism is crazy. Yeah like when Steve pissed off the Catholics time on the show man. Everybody's like now do Israel. Now do the Jews. Now do the Jews. Now where's Josh Hammer. Most I'm married to a Catholic can do that. I just can't do the. I'm not married to search through the by the way who's married to a Jew who is a bunker okay Judaism. Oh that's right yeah. What is your husband's name Eric? That's her brother that's weird. Wow I don't put it past the trump's they stuff I owe their that's right. That's Eric Trump. Have you read the book. Can you read the book. Being born trump trump jared Kushner. Jared Kushner I thought he was an actor interesting interesting. Jared LETO. Some other Kushner is an actor. Right Ashton Kutcher richer. Okay now I feel I I always feel like give me a wide shot here. Let me just tell you I always feel like I'm being punked like Ashton Kutcher just going to be outside that window looking in on me and I being punked and thank God. Nobody's ever out there. Yeah that'd be cool but I want to say that the anti-semitism think freaks me out like it just freaks me out because they hate that. You have have more another person. I used to be able to go off from a biblical standpoint and how the Christian church cans. I'M GONNA. I was GonNa ask you your question. I'm going to get back to it about that trump. Don't let me forget about that coming from a Christian perspective back when I did a lot of stuff Christian churches and ministries and stuff like that. And everybody's like they. They hold Israel up some big high esteem like. Don't you dare say anything bad about Israel. Because Jesus was obliged Wilma will will. There's no question about it like my Managers Jewish idea. I have a public relations firm. They're Jewish they're all in Hollywood. Of course Jewish right they are and I give him a hard time. Loves Sturm Up and I'm like you realize that Jews are responsible for more deaths. Anybody else right and they're like how can you say that I'm like Karl Marx Jew in the Communist manifesto and of course Communism's kill more people in history than anything else. So you know you guys want to talk about the Holocaust awesome. You're six million. Well let me just say about one hundred million that Karl Marx was responsible for these Jewish. And they're like I can't let me buy you dinner. I mean that's just me bantering and having a good time and make people think about things but I'm not gonNA kill the Jews right. Good God what is wrong with you. Say That about Iranians know by Berry Pro Iranian rapel. Right right even though they're sending me death threats in noodle dot I me- meals this morning you got a noodle dot I deleted. I didn't open it. Oh Man I love responded to the noodle dots like I know what they're talking. What about like I seriously? I love being on the roof of buildings. You WanNa throw me off of one. ooh sorry the noodle had been over here. I'm just bad on my Rohrschack test is what it is. Hey it's easy to make the same old new year's resolutions resolutions. That won't stick so I want you to change it up this year and use legalzoom to do something impactful in your life. Let's make a difference. Do something with you make twenty twenty year. You Officially Start Your Business. You finally get your will or your living trust sorted out and over the past nineteen years legalzoom has helped more than four million people. They provide the resources you need to confidently definitely resolve your personal and business legal needs. 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All right the syllabus is a funny little story about Donald Trump trump and donald trump junior as a baby and Ivanka's like rename him. And she's like I don't know pick a name mm-hmm and she's like let's name him Donald Junior and don goes. Yeah but what. If he's a loser and it didn't matter matter she was going to get one hundred and eighty thousand dollars per kid. You read the stuff and I'm like no in Donald Trump's humor now yeah like I can see where what Louis. Watch the apprentice. You not why. I'm like. He fired good people on there. You're out sorry I know you've built. You know a a quarter of a billion dollar empire you know being a successful music star but yeah you fi- it. Do you see the rain. We're going to go through this. We're GONNA get quick isn't we're GONNA move those rings you have the you have the ring doorbell things. You'd need it because you get some creepy asked. I know we're actually. We were GONNA upgrade but we're waiting till we moved to our new house. So this is I want to have cameras over my house and people have cameras in the house. But let's home right. I have a ring cameras everywhere everywhere outside my house. I'll know if you come in. So there was somebody that hacked into the ring device. This house in Alabama Alabama man normally Florida man filed a class action lawsuit against Amazon and security product claiming. The camera system is fatally flawed because somebody hacked into it and was messing with their kids like the person talking to their eight year old daughter and she's in the room by herself and they use the ring things as I'm Santa Claus. I don't want to be my best friend like. Yeah that's that's crazy so username and password. You might guess it might be able to log in the whole whole thing like yeah. That's that's that's Kinda like I'm GonNa come find you and beat your ass kind of thing. I'm going all yoga instructor. Iowa city on the absolutely and then some yeah. You're you're not just getting punched in the face punching the Dick put. I'm channeling. My inner model happens when you must kid. Just remember that you cut you. That's what I was expecting. Are you going to watch that crap with stupor gear. Yeah Stu does a Mary America for which sounds strangely actually like porno. But apparently it's not they should do like seventies never mind he comes in dressed like a copier. How's Your Ring Butterfly Butterfly Colors? I'm excited to see stews. New Show starts getting getting along sucker out January twenty first you can get a blaze. TV of course on Youtube is well. I'm excited about that. You only partially excited in this picture to. He's he's very soon wave and do Boehner Boehner. debone look at STU. He's kind of a hallmark likes to do is smart and he's he's an intellectual. Any is a free thinker. He's a very good picture taker her. He takes a good decent picture but in real life. That's do hit it. Amazon wants to patent device that ID shoppers by their hand while we we haven't that's new and you know we've heard about fingerprint. Nothing so Amazon own whole foods. Did you know whole foods owned was owned by Amazon. Yes show they've been you know the Little Guinea pig for biometric technology in a handful of vending machines. I will say like. I don't think that's people say that's the mark of the based. Okay play the computer understand. Eric Okay Mom luck here. I don't WanNa be chipped. Look I don't either shipped me the follow me. Find me in the Wilderness. That guy who was in the Wilderness and he says House on fire is woodstove living up in the middle of nowhere like in the Arctic Arctic. In this little cabin and had a wood burning stove. And you know what he did he burns them. Cardboard set the whole place on fire and they lived in the elements for like thirty days. Eating food what what he can scrounge up and he put SOS and they'll somebody happened to see it. Wow taxpayer dollars man. Yup Saving you morons. Like like I get it. You know. There's some extremists south there. My mother was always. Don't you ever let them put a chip in you. Wouldn't it be convenient if that guy had been shipped and they could have just found him areas like hey. Has Anybody heard from earl in awhile. I you know what he moved up to the third parallel they could take that same concept and put a chip and you could carry it around in your hand. Hand wouldn't have to be overweight. Supercomputer Nude on the front of your phone. There's Stephen No heritage these folks need to be not listening but we'll look at that. Oh well she knows. Hey girl start much too. Late comes down to feed. You might as well be the wound. I know we have to go author these quickly but you do bring up an interesting point about convenience. So how much are you willing to sacrifice for like if you walk up to a machine paying energy drank a slap that phone against it just knocking and there it is I did it again. Just didn't even need another drink but uh I just wanted to cool. Do I want you to put a piece of rice in me and chip me. I don't know that but it's with the Alexa thing. The whole thing is I mean. They're already listening already. Got You got a phone. They're listening you. If you haven't seen the snowden movie watched the snowden movie about Edward Snowden Odin it's scary the stuff that they can funnel right on through and they come right to your device. That's why I keep a band aid over my computer monitor and right over the Straits of China. It was China's click on every single American. Watching this tick tock crap but you know what China it runs ticked up. You know there's no algorithms 'cause they all the frigging information and these kids are sitting here watching these nine second videos and their brains. You can literally watch them melt out of their ears. What are you doing and like you take up would ooh? How many times can you? I can't get it. I am a social media phenomenon. Right on Tick Tock. This week I know I was a little kids who were dancing around and stuff and they're getting millions billions of hits on this stuff. I actually videoed the dog walk around the Couch Bat. Walk that walk back and then go and it was set to the music and I was like thirteen million views thirteen views. I'm like what are these kids. Have China Hor me out. I'm already I sold my soul on China. That's a good. That's another Caesar on China or me out. I duNNo. Nobody's getting a chip. I mean like there's eight billion people on the planet you're not chip and everybody and an eight the mark of the beast. That is not the mark of the beast I ever does. That's six six six. Well good to know that. Steve Kerr brick good oriental eastern fought not from the book of revelation. Yes they are an oriental peoples. If you guys had gone to school you would know that that is considered Orientale. We're not talking about Asian okay. Domino's pizzas pissing off Italy. They're going to put eight hundred. Eighty stores across the European nation by twenty. Thirty aren't just opened up tomorrow. Why wait ten years? Wow business plan. That is really rollers. Rola Surani that is the CEO of Domino's in Italy. They'RE GONNA open up change if you're eating a lot of food in Italy now I've never been to Italy. It's hit or Thomas Really Bitter Miss. You gotta go to the right place right. Well I mean just like America it in. That's the other thing like you go to Mexico and you're like Mexican food you get there in your life. I've never had this. No you don't unless you want to end up. Ruth's Chris with an Amoeba in the hospital Mexican all over the South American countries and told you the story. They're pulling teeth up in the villages in thrown on the ground and chickens Edelman that night. You're eating chicken and rice so so anyway dominoes. which by the way? Domino's is my pizzas choice. If I'm going to have delivery what's yours. John's Papa. John's yes well right. I don't any I mean but I'll eat. You eat the topics papa. John's a sauce domino's cirque. The garlic sauce redid their ten fifteen years ago. But I still don't like the garlic crust on the dominoes. I like their Brooklyn style. Deal but domino's mix better they they redid it basically. I love that marketing thing because Domino's came out and said hey we suck. Yeah we're looking at so we're going to make a better pizza. Do you think the Domino's pizza in Italy will be better domino's pizza in the United States. That's always fascinated me like first time I ever went to Moscow. They had just opened up McDonald's as nineteen ninety-four in Moscow. And you want to talk about some shit in each listen those people we were talking about that the other day we were in the van people talking about eating fish and stuff like that and they're the worst things they've eaten is having some stuff in my life Would you go down into the metro into the subway in Moscow and they have a barrel with salted fish. The whole fish the whole fish and it's got the heads to get fans got the whole deal on their salt and drought out. And you buy it for Drubel couple of rubles and then then you just peel it. Like layers -til off from the skin down through the legs and you eat like potato chips. snacky they don't have a seven eleven over there you so it suffices say suffice to say I was fifteen days I needed some mcdonalds in my life right so I ate McDonalds five times in fifteen days. I ate McDonalds Donald. Steve knows I love my McDonald's. They're fantastic but I was sitting there saying then I was like how in Hell do they keep it consistent. How does McDonalds in Thailand taste taste exactly the same so it does as the one in Cincinnati while I'm assuming because it's pretty consistent you're slight variations to differ menu though? Oh I love. I love going to Spain. You know the first thing we did in Spain is we went to the Burger King. I got a beer. Wow I mean you get often. We forget what city we were in this. Last year we were jumping we jumped off and went into compensated but all over Europe is go in there. They got a beer. Spain's great great for that in fast food places I went to a well known fried chicken place in America but I went into by but they're fried. Chicken was a lot smaller than any chicken at every eaten like the chicken legs. Yeah they probably don't use all the steroids and stuff that was in every all the pieces of chicken second. We're really small. And you and you guys know. Sean Foster. An Eye Boozy Sean. I love chicken. We've got a whole show on our youtube channel my youtube channel. I only because I'm white on my youtube Janika yardbirds we eat chicken. Everywhere Michel we chicken everywhere. We love it. I don't like big fat puffy pieces basis like if I go get chicken wings. I can't stand to go because his steroid me out you know. Let me know another thing if you ever go to buffalo wild wings or any other place for that matter and they said do you WanNa Double Fried. Yes let me tell you why you've got a friend of mine. Who took a big old bite into chicken lane and it popped on him in person win everywhere? I'm sorry it. There's a bubble apus. It was not completely fried. That happens with chickens by the way there's a reason I don't eat thighs because he used to clean them and let me just tell you. He ate into a big old bubble. The person you know what I mean tonight at no frills juicy. Nothing grosses me out. I don't get grossed out nothing. Congress has me out. I don't know what that says about. How many times this arms been cows? Yes another teacher right there. That's take my wife worked an operating room for twenty something years. I worked in operate and yeah so we the conversation. All we have at the dinner table. Our kids grew up with it to nothing. Gross Zoom Mouth Eight foot and we're just talking about that blood is there is there is the new Dracula show. Have you watched that on Netflix or anything like that. I like Washington series. I want to see it pretty guests from Gore and graphic jays like. We can't watch it while we're eating. I'm like we never watched. TV and less for eating. Because I don't stop unless I'm eating right and if we're having a meal we've got the TV on you know how to us we're Americans and she's like and I'm like that grosses you out so anyway tomato tomato. Who Cares Russian company? They'RE GONNA freeze your dead body. So you can be resurrected later getting Lon Jeffrey Epstein Old News. That sounds like Dracula you never been frozen. I did just just get back from forks. Washington went up there I've visited the treaty. Line where the where wolves and the vampires really did. Where's that saw the line line whenever the coast part of the country how you could see Russia from my French so anyway you WanNa Corozzo aren't they? They WANNA get resurrected Steve. Let's hang on Monday. We were talking about. Those are the Or on Tuesday of last week. We're out the NEMATODE worm. Which they've done experiments on and there were you can live there making it live like five times longer than its lifespan? And they're trying to figure out. Do we want to do this to humans. And I'm like yeah but what if like you start giving me that like I aged eighty or ninety and now I gotta live five more lifetimes at ninety so listen like Bernie Sanders. uh-huh rather be frozen resurrected or just live that entire span of time. So what are they freeze. You Want Your Dad. I think. That's the deal Eh. You can't undo but let's let's look at this thirty six thousand dollars for the whole body or fifteen thousand for just two Brian alone. I don't know I don't want on my brain in someone else's body when I don't know no extremely at how old you are. The sales are that old can they rejuvenate those sales I'm probably the ideas that at some point they'll be able to listen to me anyway live reps as xl make calls for probe bovine destroyed footage. Well right after that there it is. It's funny that a guy in jail we'll talk about PROB- lawyer Prob- destroy destroyed that footage. Xl Mate that's right and it was pro so it's interesting. Yeah there's there's some the syllabi accidentally Stanley saved footage from another floor. Instead of from the cell shared by Epstein and Tahiliani said Dantely a lot of accidental is going on Oakland top secret. UFO files could cause grave damage to national security. Wait what now that's legit. I don't scare me Department of Defense. Top secret classified briefings and classified video about UFO incident. US Navy acknowledged the existence of the information which concerns a two two thousand four encounter between the U. S. S. Nimitz and strange unknown aerial. Objects Ha back to space force and it's up and running so real videos of unidentified flying objects which doesn't mean they're alien so that's the Holmdale Navy said it discovered certain briefing slides that are classified top secret and review. These materials indicates H. They're currently and appropriate. They are that are currently and appropriately marked as classified top secret under executive order one three five to six and if you release those materials that could cause exceptionally grave damage to the national security of the United States. That's not what they're worried about. What are they word about? They're worried about all the sudden. It changes everyone's belief in their existence and religion and everything in that will cause chaos Steve and his mother's watching and I have your back. Darling Steve said mom you're born like Pakistan. You'd be a devout vowed Hindu you're born in Saudi Arabia. You'd be a devout Muslim. She's like no I wouldn't I would be a Christian What are you going to have a conversation? That's very similar to that. Yes you just think. The devout people are devout. Yeah I think devout like if you're if you lean towards it's religion like you'd be you're automatically going to go with the one that said hand forget any form of a conversion experience or anything like I'm not saying that their people don't convert from one religion to another. I know that happens. It's a luck of the draw. Were born at from like that hummy. It'd be divine destiny but I will not worshiping Buddha or nothing but yet affiliates. Good the Molly Fried Chicken know that his aunt Shirley reincarnated because the Russians frozen body and didn't have a place to brain probably has potato salad and they brought her back on the UFO. The Nimitz has veritable evidence from two thousand four Epstein. However we don't have a damn clue that guy? Hey a famous movie villain want said you introduce a little anarchy upset. The established order and everything becomes chaos. True words does have rarely been spoken. Histories demonstrated that truth. Repeatedly stock market crash terrorist attack. Power goes off longer than you expect. These things happen without warning and when it's breaking news. Is it too late to prepare. Now you're panic scramble to avoid the chaos. Here's one thing you should do right now. Build an emergency food supply and the one I trust and uses my Patriot supply to do it get started with a two week food kit this week. You can say forty percent on the food kits when you go to my special website. PREPARE WITH CHAD DOT com. These kits include breakfasts lunches dinners. They're going to last up to twenty five years in storage. Hey I hope you never have to use them but you have them and they arrive fast to your door with with guaranteed two day delivery. Those that know what's coming are preparing today. You should too go to prepare with Chad. Dot Com say forty percent right now. That's prepare with Chad bad dot com. Anyway so that's Let's talk about one more thing. Kansas man that's one you don't hear very very often wants to settle ugly custody battle with trial by combat using Japanese sorts. I am for this yes I am too. That's that's thrown stuff right there. He's told his ex wife threw down the gauntlet to is ex. Wife and her attorney wants court permission to settle. Settle their child. Go on the field of battle will settle this child custody case the sword skies forty. You don't think people are weird man. My God people are weird so they hallstrom Ostrom. He's forty at made rather follows me. And you probably want you dave calling me. I want you on the show. I wonder why it didn't work out. I wonder why she filed for divorce and maybe wants to keep the kid away away from your own may not work out. Well Davis from you know. It's funny I talk about these people on the PODCASTS. Then they reach out to me right. I hear about these things. I is weird weird. You forget the reach that you have on social media this guy and I'm GonNa keep going to do a truck rant about this one right here. This is a good one coming up because that's just these win the jokes right themselves. Yes so David. If you're watching I want you on the show. You don't have to come in. Please don't come in. I promise you don't come security. We have a Scottish highlander though literally works here. And he's not even security he's just Glenn Beck's assistant. We assume he knows how to work a sword to greg anything. Just I'm thinking listening. Greg Kim work anything crank comes when the queen comes in. Craig doesn't have to stand up that I'm going to tell you right there. How far up Greg Is? I'm not even joking. Like that's how UPI is in the British world in the Scottish Queen comes in my kingdom mocking serve standing up. That means them shits going down. It's true man Craig Craig. We've got to get Craig on the show. Oh I would love Craig on the show. It's taking him a little while to warm up to me before it was a little nervous. The Glenn Beck's Executive Assistant. We're talking about yes. Glenn has a male that can kill you with his thumb nail. It will rip it out of his his own cuticle and cut your throat with it and put it back somehow regenerate so dave ostrom. If you're watching I wanNA skype you in. I'm going to talk about what your he he says. I now wish to give them the chance to meet me on the field of battle. Lorenzo their souls from their bodies. He said this shit. Aw He wanted to delay the trial for three months so he could obtain Japanese Samurai swords ready for his bland combat. So you can get those at the mall. BERNITA training doors train. And it's like it's like the throwing star slash vape stores in the Moss Day Sell Samurai Samarai things and they got like remote control stuff to they. Couldn't sell stuff in the mall today. At the remember that Sean throwing stars I used to go by that crap at the mall. Dude shocks the shit out and you just knock yourself. They did away with that and then that now they brought it all back. That's how we used to eliminate the ignorance that was in the world like these nerdy guys and the parachute pants would go in there and they would. They would walk out of the car at home and kill themselves and these days is my honey dot com trucks with after. Did you have a pair of parachute. Pants don't lie. Yes of course at one pair hip hop don't stop the rocket. Did the Bang Bang but anyway but my my arm hanging we're going to truck ran about. Yeah yeah he's one of those represent myself your honor say he's one of those citizens of the world and they get pulled over they they don't have to answer to anybody but like the constable citizen of the world from your body. Oh my gosh she married this guy an am procreative terrifying. Dave ostrom go to the mall. Buyer sells them nunchucks and never produce again. LMU Bobby Texas teacher. I saw this article in. We're GONNA shut up and get out of here. Texas teacher puts rape question on on homework. Assignment you see that deal now see this now on a rape question. Are we talking here. No I say Texas. Yeah Houston all right Klein Collins High School. And I know you're watching. I know you're watching. Craig is watching Ching to worry about you. Texas School district forced to take corrective action over an inappropriate homework assignment in which students were asked about rape during lesson on DNA so ninety biology students. It was high school here was questioned. Suzy was assaulted in an alley. And as a victim of rape the police collected a sample of sperm. It was left at the the crime scene and now have three suspects in custody which of the suspects raped susie. That don't have enough information those critical article thinking question. There's some weird math problems dude. So there's more students had to choose which of the three samples awesome match the original DNA. Material Steve's undergoing donate some samples I clan highschool. They stay babbit part of a team right. If you make you. Margarita knocked him home of dominant. Now we'RE GONNA get in trouble for rape jokes all right. I'm I don't get in trouble for anything I gotta talking to and then a very efficiently mail. I mean this is where we're at. That's where we're at it's upsetting. I know girls this age. Just thought they know. The rape is forced non consensual sex upsets them. What grade is this again? Is High School writer. So you know you're thinking typically cookie von Haven now that in Texas name Rick Parent of her tenth grader. Did your cookie von Haven give on a big fan of the show cooking on haven honey along the higher the hair close Jay giving. Hey she's advanced. Why I can't fathom a tater put mine on task? They have to get that approved by the school or something to put that on buyer. It's a biology cliffs. Mind is cooking on high even and I. I'm just upset because my girls. They don't know things like this adjusts the foul I mean. Can you imagine that ripe is because angels acts that upsets lamb and you're gonna ask them about samples and I got some gone I party staves and a bribe mazzy. Donald facebook. Don't like anymore way down. Who Susie and God bless Bri for primate nowhere tonight about citizens because I mean you know their families just been through so much in this last year here you know Rainy days died of cancer and now the von Havens just know we celebrate Christmas. We we put the animals out there at the mind you're ever year and paid comes down there and we'll look they have access to a water source and we believe in a very white baby. Jesus he's just with Blue Eyes I can't do. They have zoloft in a four earliest next Chad today. Give bone hive and DINU Blantyre. I Know Doing Dana Dana Chief Dana biking school. But she's dying. She's got a little higher or you know she. She married Jessie who he owns. The bike heated I on his daddy on the banks. Then I'll let and he just kind of your daddy daddy hard thing. They're like well who's going to run the damn buying Jesse we're paying they got. UFO's out there and the Nimitz. It has the footage right. There frees my body freeze my body. You know why because I want to come back to a world where Shit has exponentially grown in the more ignorant. Some stupidity come cookie. Sarah Gonzales Sarah Gonzales. The hosts other news invited. Mata's Atas I will meet you feel about just so from your body. Please don't Sarah Gonzales unfiltered. Let's ask you an honest question before we go. God I hope filtered is your unfiltered. It's a little filter is a little field play. Well you know because I know my audience and even when I sleep enough word word an F. Bomb I believe it and they're like I really don't appreciate. I thought that Christian. Yeah I really thought you know. Cook Yvonne Haven said I gotTa Watch tearing US Alison Filter and she is a Christian. She won't Ford and I believe that she is someone. I'm on for the future of our children who can always be counted how to speak logically to these issues. It's not watched video by chance. Aren't that the other day. And he was talking about the Janner Candle Gwyneth paltrow put out and apparently it smells like but she is not wont you because there are so many pressing issues. We still have not figured out. Who did that to Susie? Why we talk about real issues politics? He's talking about Gwyneth. Paltrow candidacy ask von Haven and by the way because I'm dead sober. That's what's crazy dead. Stone Somber through another episode of the Chat aether show Filter hot our CEO. Call me on the phone last night. He's like you know you might want to tone down when you say some of that thing and I'm like yeah no tyler. We're just GONNA keep saying it just kind of keep saying you're gonNA keep calling your reprimanding and I'm like I don't know it's a bad thing like I'm trapped in this body trapped in this Bonnie. Maybe they froze somebody's brain years ago and that's what's in my head. I don't WanNa want to say the things I say I just say I'm glad to hear. He watches I think he gets reports. I can tell you this. He never watches this deep into the show so so go to party foul nation and get fit Shays and go to watch Chad Dot Com. You and stuff. This is an American hat company hat and subscribe to blaze. TV Don't douchebag since we the message saying I would watch it. I don't trust you to then pay for it go to blaze. He's TV DOT COM. And by the way we're GONNA do this I'm making. I'm making prophetic decision. I could be the chip in my wrist but I am making a prophetic decision. This is going to happen. We're going to start doing this little pad gas thing. We rank these casts. And we're GONNA take the extra ten or fifteen minutes afterwards that you can only get behind the pay wall and let me tell you. He's going to be some Cook Yvonne Haven up in his bid knowing that we're going to get real with it cook on a people like I just wonder what it's like just live with you all the time he makes you wanNA eat. A bullet is what makes them WANNA eat a bullet. You know that you got a friend in me was who sings a song. The the guy from toy story the you know the he's forever been around laugh. Shaun no randy a new randy New Mexico. So Randy sings a song from way. Back in the seventies showed people got no reason to live showed people got no chill it does. There's a whole deal. Yeah so it's been around forever back. People got offended so I just got a text message from my pastor's wife sounds weird to say who had just shown my mother that Song Right and they were laughing about it and she's like my mother didn't she never heard that song she didn't know and she's like have you heard he's got my mother's like out Senate chat. I've never heard of it. The King of Culture Steve Donahue the president's married to do Milania trump or something new every day. Okay got tell you this about Steve. That means he hasn't been going googling Malania nude right like perverts have now he just uses first lady in First Lady. That's what I call her. She might I lay haggar what you want to eat. She's like I don't know what you eat and I'm like maybe I don't know first lady you the first lady you know like the Bishop's Church that's what I was going to say is is. I've been singing black people. All black people got every time I'm around around show. Black he got. That'd be a fun. Little sound clip of finish that song right no reason to probably exactly the reason the the other day somebody posted a a you know the mash the TV show. And so I just comment. They said something about it and I said suicide this painless bright and they freaked out. That's that's the name of the Stan. The song match the bagging send. That's the name of the song. Suicide is painless. So there's no words to educate themselves the got no reason to all right. I gotta get Outta here and see what my first lady wants for. You gotta go to the Black Church. Now he's preaching breaching the Black Churches. They loved me over there. Oh yeah we we shook. It shook the corn man. Be Done. You'll be standing on six inches of pants. Legs sweated them off and they just stand up like bobble. Ah Here's seth asset asset out all the bishops got a first lady. I want to be a bishop. You'd look good. The neons suits jet magazine jet magazine. Here reverend swindle come out Dave Chapelle jet magazine swindle. Let's say today is awesome. Filtered subscribe and do all that stuff and and leave us a five star rating. I don't care how you're like if you're offended like you should like like just not defending free speech right like the phrase love it if you said it. I'm not gonNA say as you'll have to believe something bit like I'm GonNa put it on a shirt. I Senate Allison Allison's like where the hell you think you're GONNA market back. I'll give you this one. You can say it lets you say it. I want to teach your free speech as offensive as Nazis. Is it still true it's true. Yep Go back and watch old episodes of talk about the cussing. 'cause you people get so y'all still haven't figured out suzy's rape so I don't want to hear you talking about Edwards. There's people no like what where they're thirty eight text messages on my phone right now from thirty eight people in an hour. I was trying to tell you to wrap it up. Aw Look I know I know that there are people out there that you want to prove your friends you know me had a kid comedy day. I won't say his name. He knows man longtime friends with the family and he he texts me. He's like hey to me says his name is a kid right. Hit me up when you get a chance you know immediately. You're like your parents in an accident I mean are you. What's the deal? He sends a message to my wife. Hey have chat. Hit me up when he gets chance. I'm and I'm like okay. This is limited to go and I'm like what's your everything. Okay you're right and her from the kid in two years right now I just want to hang. Just we'll talk. I know you're busy but it takes me a little while ago. And he goes. This is this was last week. Just takes me awhile ago. And he's like hen hit me up. Let me read it. Let me read it. 'cause you you think I'm lying to you. Oh there's Graham Allen get a job punk the what will the intimate could you give me a call. Nothing urgent just need to pick your brain for a second no busy but just when you get a chance would be really great. I'm I'm sure it would be. I am absolutely sure but you know what my brain is freshly picked my friend freshly freshly picked. What are you GONNA do? I charge wjr charging time sir. That's right they just want to check up with you. I gotta go get him on the phone. I don't get any of those out. Get a buddy hadn't heard from you just want to check in on you and not tell them where to go so scrap much now. Don't get me wrong. It's a blessing. It's a blessing to be in a position where people and do that kind of thing but also don't abuse that music still human being being a text my wife. That's why I'm throwing you under. The bus can text my wife. Yeah you're really you're really like you have those for emergency. Let's see purposes. Yeah those numbers you just really are going to You know what. I think you raped suzy. I love Y'all God bus. Talk to see next time bye.

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Ep. 173 | A Looming Nuclear Crisis? & Wages are on the Rise

The News & Why It Matters

38:58 min | 2 years ago

Ep. 173 | A Looming Nuclear Crisis? & Wages are on the Rise

"You're listening to the news white matters on demand. Hey, I'm Sarah Gonzales, welcome to the news. And why it matters, Stu? What was the top story? Just giving excited for my worthington's protein loaf making up for as everyone does traditional thanksgiving meal. I'm sorry. What were the protein love? That's right. Today's show brought to you by worthington's protein love. Oh, it's. Kind of looks a little like Turkey. If you put it in a loaf. It's rectangular rectangular. Yeah. It looks like a loaf of bread. Out of a ish substance. That's not Turkey, actually. I think it's funny because it's like the worst possible thing you could call something a protein low foot sounds. Accidents sounds pretty good even try it. Well, I'm vegetarian you're like oh protein. Yeah. Someone someone I knew who's also vegetarian had had it before it was like is actually good. And I looked at it like look good. But then they made it up. I was like because actually pretty good. I actually made Pat gray eat this. Now, Pat gray who has never eaten anything that isn't meet before even the potatoes. You just mixes hamburger and just to make sure it's partially meet. And he actually liked that one. He said it was actually pretty good which was shocking forgotten food tastes, actually, kind of my belief all the time. But if Pat would eat it, it's got to be true. Actually, my top story. I thought we're going into the holiday here. How about some actual freaking good news? I've got some good freaking news. Not a coincidence. That Glenn isn't here today. We have good. We have good. Void the despair for the next couple of minutes. Yes. Yes. All right. Jason Boudreau tomorrow is thanksgiving and more importantly, the Cowboys will be taking over the NFC because we'd beat the eagles point that backout. Prediction, blue. Yeah. We'll be winning tomorrow taking control the driver seat or not letting up. Oh, yeah. The Cowboys fans. I am not one of those. It's like all of a sudden you want to games really tight. When you've won like six or seven Super Bowls. You ticket. Let me tell you when you get to Sixers onto that one. By the way, I will. I realized lifetimes on I'm sitting back real top story. Oh, yeah. Another Cuban missile crisis part to maybe. Okay. So we're all doing good news today. Chris Jason our ten back with us. I want to go over the very serious report very serious evidence that all people who own air fifteen or indeed terrorists. So, oh, it's very real and very serious. Wow. We really need to get into that. That's the case before we do that one of our sponsor brickhouse, I actually out of coffee this morning. And I thought that I might die. I remember that I had done from dawn to dusk, which is their supplement that you can take to give you energy. But you don't get jittery feeling that you got when you drink like six cups of coffee. I'm so that is keeping me alive today. They also have field of greens, which is much more desirable. I think two gentlemen, like, maybe the one sitting at this table to get their vegetables in. You know, perhaps a smoothie or even milk or just some sort of good food too. You know soup or something like that. It's a good addition protein loaf sprinkle. I'm totally doing this field greens. And the thanksgiving dinner. I love it. It tastes great. It doesn't taste like you're eating vegetables. Which is why people don't eat them. And they don't like the taste because you guys are crazy 'cause I love. But for some reason, you guys don't like the taste of them even vegetarian over here, Mr. vegetarian who hates vegetables. I mean, French fries. I think it's not that doesn't rings. No. That doesn't go with that. Vegetables with catch window fruit. This your husband's so drink their vegetables instead of eat them because we all know, they're not going to actually eat them. You can go to brickhouse blazed dot com. Use promo code greens. Four fifteen percent off your first order or you can text greens to four one four one one really great way to supplement your meal. All right stew. Yes. Good news. Matt really who's great. He's he's suffer reason. But he wrote a book called the rational optimism, which is one of my favorite book books. I've mentioned it on the show before. But he wrote a piece in the Wall Street Journal, which was about why it's so cool to be gloomy, and he goes through a lot of this kind of psychological measures of this in that people who given the choice in you know, sort of randomized experiments will generally nev-, they'll navigate their way to the bad news over and over and over and over again, even when they say in writing that they want good news, and they don't want bad news. It's not true. They actually want. Good news and its port of whatever, you know, makeup physiologically. That we have. And I think it's best illustrated by so many of the positive things that have gone on in the world that we never notice never talk about. For example, the actually have. Wow. This book is another book say you're not allowed to bring ops but yard because exception, Glenn Beck's addicted outrage, and there's a great part in here. Just talking about the realities of what we have seen in recent history globally the rate of children dying before the age of five. I mean, there's nothing that could make you could be more terrible, right? Like than this innocent children dying before the age of five that has dropped by half since nineteen ninety since nineteen ninety in our lifetimes dropped by half. It's a miracle. Remember all the shows back in the eighties, and we are the world and everyone singing these songs, and it's all about like government and people donating money to for aid. It's not really what did it. It was capitalism in the free market and free trade spreading across the globe. And that is so it's dropped by half. And I think that's fascinating in the met. Release article column heat rates about how a professor asked. I think it was twelve hundred students. Over multiple years. One question as they came in. And they started the class, which was do you? Believe poverty has doubled or been cut in half. In the last twenty years. We know the answer it's been cut in half ninety five percent of people said it had doubled. That is how insane it is people are completely disconnected and so drawn to negative news. But listen to this into the breakdown of this. This is the the equivalent of averting twenty-seven, major plane crashes filled entirely with children every single day. Wow. Think about if one plane crash happens CNN will cover it for nine months. Looking for like, you know, we've found he'll I mean this go on for months twenty seven a day verdict because of this and even to the point of our. Our our politics. If you think of two major issues that conservatives and liberals talk about, you know, liberals talking about gun violence all the time. Conservatives talk about abortion all the time to put this into perspective. If you happen to be in the pro-life persuasion, you probably fought hard to stop the funding of Planned Parenthood. You probably want the door shut it immediately. However, you'd have to eliminate the number of abortions that occur annually because of Planned Parenthood more than nineteen times to to to make the equivalent of Justice improvement, but don't worry progress. If you've been fighting to repeal the second amendment with the hopes of stopping gun related homicide. We have more good news. This incredible global lifesaving achieve is the equivalent to more than six hundred thirty years of gun related murders. Well, and we never mentioned it's something that has the story pointed out ninety five percent of people apparently don't even know. These are miracles miracles. I mean, I I'm very very big believer. That the capitalism is is a gift from God. It really is. The like, it's so it is if you read Joan Goldberg's most recent book suicide of the west which has really negative title, but a pretty positive book he goes over this, and he calls it the miracle. And I really think it's an it's an appropriate thing. I think if we went back to one thousand nine hundred and said, hey, we've got this new government program or we've got this new charitable action that we can all come together. And and you know, twenty eight twenty about twenty five years, and it's two thousand fifteen or sixteen or the numbers. Twenty five years. We are going to cut a poverty by half the children dying before the age of five will be cut by half disease after disease after disease eliminated, and all of these wonderful improvements that we've seen over the past quarter century, everyone would have signed up for that deal. Everyone would have said this is a miracle to not possible. And yet it's happened. It's happened largely because of the spread of capitalism, free market free trade and in special election. Those things have changed the world for the better. And we're seeing people being able to live their lives and not have to struggle as often. And all we do is focus on how terrible things are. So when you go into thanksgiving tomorrow, take a minute. And thank thank give thanks for that. Because probably something most people haven't thought about. But I can't think of I honestly cannot think of something that is more more incredible that we have dealt with in my lifetime. It is is been the greatest. I think it's Albert Arthur Brooks who says it's not Brooks that would be where it was. But Arthur says this is the greatest human achievement when it comes to poverty that ever been occurred on our planet, and it's happened within our lifetime. And we never notice it tomorrow, take a minute to notice it. Yeah. But what about the last thing that Trump tweeted? Great point. I mean, wouldn't you think like in a sensible world like these things would be covered a lot more closely than whatever Trump tweets last. And it's not they'll spend hours like obsessing. We do that clip yesterday. Dan, Crenshaw who's trying to get them to even point one minor thing. One reporter can't go in Jim Acosta can't get his face on TV as much something. We should all pray for another miracle. You know that is like that'll take days and days and days of coverage. This stuff is real. It's happened. People seventeen thousand children who used to die are alive every day. It's incredible miracle, and we should we should appreciate it more. I'm sure we won't. I know. But I'm making my okay. One. Join us. All right Jason patrol. Missile bring us down. So this is one of those like fantastical thing things that the Russian said, but so going back a few weeks. I don't know if you remember. But the Trump administration had talked about pulling out of the intermediate range ballistic missile treaty with Russia. And if that happens there could be other, you know, ballistic missile treaties that that that could go down as well. I before I launch into this. Let me just say that ballistic missile treaties, haven't stopped nuclear war, nuclear weapons have stopped nuclear war. Nuclear weapons of the only weapons that we develop that are in anybody any countries arsenal that with the sole intention of never using them. I don't wanna don't wanna throw out percentages. But there's people are not stupid. They're not going to basically invite their own destruction. Turn israel. Right. Exactly. And the intermediate range missiles that was just this ridiculous as well. So that whole argument was based off they didn't want to have these intermediate range missiles that were like, you know, in in western Russia that could strike France and Germany stuff which is dumb because they already have icy already have the capability with the ICBM's to hit any all those places. Anyway. So it it really didn't matter that was just another small little thing. Anyway. So this Russian general just said that if if we did pull out of the of that boasting missile treaty that Putin will have no other option but to take nuclear weapons and put them on on Cuba. So basically restarting the whole Cuban missile crisis. And I it's it's it's funny to me, it's it's stupid, really. Because every time there is a big it's not about what the nuclear. Weapons are what about Cuba striking United States with nuclear weapons. That's just dumb. It's never going to happen. And a lot of people always ask me. Like, what is the what is the importance of? Why we always so obsessed with the island of Cuba? And it's not that. It's so close the United States. It's proximity where it is. And this is kind of a cool story. If I nerd out really quick. I'll try do it really fast. But that area the reason why we became so obsessed with Cuba actually started and during the war eighteen twelve so when the British burned down Washington famously burnt down the the White House, they thought they were gonna cripple the United States guy. We got them. They were thinking like in this kind of European mold took out our capital. We're done what they fail to realize later was that a wait a minute. The economy's still chugging along. It's almost like these people don't care about this swamp with this White House here like this is not really America. And so they figure that out and so several. Around eighteen fourteen towards eighteen fourteen. They went through they sailed past Cuba and went all the way down to Louisiana to knock out the Mississippi. The ports all those areas. Andrew Jackson famous leda army down there and defeated them. And then we are you know, the rest is history. But that was a lesson learned by a lot of countries that whoever controls Cuba, whoever goes down through there. They can cripple United States shutting off our butter. I Connie to this day in terms of tonnage, the most amount of tonnage that flows out of the United States or anything that states is still that corridor, Texas, Louisiana that whole area that runs straight through Cuba. So if you wanna like if you wanna cripple us you threaten Cuba now, that's what this is all about nuclear weapons or not going back to Cuba. It's just not going to happen. But that's just Russia telling us loop. We have options if you really wanna continue messing with us. We know of different levers that we can pull which would probably be Russian warships going to Cuba, which could threaten a blockade eventually. So it's. A bunch of bunch of nerdy stuff. But it's something I've been wanting to tell for say for a while. Because a lot of people don't understand what is so crucial about Cuba. What it means to us? It's the same exact reason why we're trying to the islands we have around China and what ticks China like while we're there. It's the same exact reason those little islands. We can we can do a blockade and stop them crippled economy. Glenn junior here. Really? I think but the bright side new going to Cuba. We're good. Bright side of nuclear deterrent. I mean, I think that's one of the things we've of found over the past decades is that the mount of people dying in war has dropped dramatically. And I really think a big part of that is nuclear deterrent. You don't wanna get into World War anymore because that does not turn out well as we've seen and so instead of having millions and millions and millions of people dying with conventional weapons were all scared to death of dying of nuclear weapon, and that that has dropped dramatically over the over the years. I'm gonna bring this back deposits doing it back in. Now, you'll get your chance back down. No one. Before we get into gun owners all being terrorists. Wanna thank our sponsor his own those. I was going to target pro would have fit perfectly what sort of yourself this especially the day before thanksgiving. That's right now this time of year because we're all about to go out. Eat a bunch of food gain a bunch of weight. And you wanna you don't wanna do that you want to at least at least limit it. If not just spend it off completely. It's talk reality here for a second. Don't listen to Sarah, she's too. She's too under control to be valuable this conversation. 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That's totally worth it. And then maybe it'll keep you from having to then put into your solution out of having to lose weight that you just gained are actually put your picture back up again to be on. Do you wanna see it actually can we pull that? Can we pull my picture back up? Just for anyone director there it is there. It is. Yeah. That was the number ten. Yeah. It's me. I promise file. Don't believe. It's okay. All right Jason. So all said all gun owners are mass murderer to new report that's out. It's it's actually terrifying because it's from Newsweek writer, so you know, it's it's really really serious. It's really convincing. That the tweet. So I went the tweet from her name is Nina Burleigh burlap. I don't know she to name. But if you missed it rep, Eric's swallow swallow say stupid name, he's a he's a democrat, basically joked that we can just nuke people didn't want to get their guns confiscated, which is not only not funny. It's also that would not totally thing to do as a congressman. And if and if not a good method, but surprisingly didn't get much attention again. Like if mentioned Trump made that. Yeah, we can do that. I know so but ended up happening after that. So this is a response to one of it's like a quick tweet to one swallows nuke explanations. Because obviously you need to explain when you threaten to two new gun owners. And she says almost every single person I've ever heard of with an air fifteen has been a mass. Based on Twitter based on on this. She she takes sample scientists scientific sample. Yes. Based on her Twitter sample, less are scarily paranoid. Get on the right side of history at D lash at Rambo bigs, hashtag gun sense on what's a Twitter sample. Do you want anything to prove your point based off of what set on Twitter? I mean, no. My sample is based on my mentions. That's what I but all that proves again Newsweek writer lives in a bubble has no friends who own guns doesn't get the culture doesn't know who we are. Does it care to know who we are? She sees a gun. She's a terrorist. So therefore, I'm terrorist in her eyes. And that's just what that's why we never get anything done. And I'm a guy. I'm a Texas guy like on Kerry guy. I usually carry I'm not carrying here. So everybody calm down. But but on the cure, Texas, nervous. Pro-gun guy in even I am open to some sort of regulations. I am like if it makes if you can show me on paper, if we do this XYZ will happen. This is how crime will go not just important thing. I need to see some data. And then I'm open to say that. And but we can never get there. Because what we start with we start with air fifteen you're a terrorist. If you own one, and then everybody gets mad and everybody jelly each other's and nothing ever happens. And she's part of the problem in. I'm sure she knows it doesn't care. It's just frustrating, especially as did you see rose McGowan tweet about mental health. Yes. I did. She said, and I we don't have it. But this just made me think of it. She said something along the lines of innkeeper guns. I don't want to argue for gun control. But I do want to address the mental health issues that we have and getting people the resources that that they need and coming together at least on that. So that you can keep your guns. Can we all agree on that? And I was like, yeah. I think that's great. I I mean, I've just seen recently. There was someone who I know who has been like involuntarily committed three different times can still purchase. A fire. There are certain things that they have to do while they're committed a judge has to adjudicate it before they they don't just automatically go into a system when they have mental health issues like that. Yeah. It makes the. And like we've seen so many of these cases where when these things get because like people obviously want want to be safe. You wanna have we want your society effective as possible in preventing violence? And I think like that's why these these areas I think makes sense to approach because you're not gonna have the gun debate going on it's part of the gun to be right like security shouldn't be part of the gun debate. But health, you know, mental health shouldn't be part of the gun to those are separate things that will help the gun debate. But will help million other things too, right? I mean, like, those are just good ideas. I get nervous when we start talking about some of these because we we've seen so many times how government to use those say, okay? Well, you know, what you took depression and twelve years ago, and I'm sorry. Like, you've got that prescription and on records and used to take guns away from old people crying out loud to military a lot TST scares the crap out of me because almost every single veteran over the past ten years has got some foreign PTSD marked it down. I've talked about that before glints talked about, you know, talking to a lot of veterans about you know, when you come back and Jason maybe speak this more accurately, then I'm about to. But you know, he was tells the story of people come back from war. And if they are having some issues, and they're not exactly sure what it is. If they're willing to commit to you know, to a PTSD sort of diagnosis and go down that road. It's easier for them to get resources. So some people are like convinced to say, okay. Well, maybe all entertain that more often. And then they crossed that line of being of having that on the record. And then if you know law that could could go after that could restrict rights. A lot of kids to that. They don't know when parents take their kids to counseling for therapy. And if you Bill through insurance it then becomes part of their record. So then you have to think, okay. What does that count to don't even know that they're doing that? So I do think it's really slippery. A lot of what we've seen though with shootings. Some. Obvious, but they're not being. So many signs miss so many balls dropped. It's like can we clean up that? I talk. Owning is easy. And it seems like every time there these these incidents were were known in their their risk. And sometimes they're not supposed to have guns. They steal their parents guide. Right. Like, there's it's just such a tough thing. But we gotta start at least from step one. And we can't even get there and two or tweet to is in the air fifteen the most popular modern sporting rifle in America. Like, I mean, not a lot of mass murders in the hall. Okay. Got a big issue. We we gotta take brain. Now. Cape in what would your super hot Paik? I was just gonna say that the fifteen is on special about the weapon. There's nothing special about the air fifteen at all there's other more deadly weapons. You go about. Automatic asking for is a ban on some automatic weapons. Eventually where it gets. Like pretty much. Everything was hot. Yes, we're going to be Florida and a couple of weeks. Glennbeck dot com slash tour Tampa. And Orlando I think it's November thirtieth December first or something so go check that out. Yeah. But here going to be there. I don't. I don't know if I want to buy I don't have to go. He's gonna help ticket sales. I could just stay home. Well, even overtime. Up next enjoy bonus overtime content from the news in white matters. Available exclusively for podcast listeners and blaze premium subscribers become a premium subscriber at the blaze dot com slash subscribe. Still wanna talk about incomes. Yeah. You know, what I've I don't know if you've noticed a theme of positive news today and one of the big complaints about our Sidey general is that wages have stagnated. You know, if they go well, rich, get richer, but the way we are stagnating income inequality for all these arguments was inflation. And like, you know, there's some elements of truth kind of in there when you know, of course, one of the things you have to look at is the way we get paid progressives have fought for policies which make businesses make decisions for you. And how you spend your money. You must we must control. You must have healthcare. You must have all these benefits. They've in the minimum wage to this. You're right. Exactly. And so they have decided they've made the decisions for you. Because they've saying the business now is going to give you all this healthcare healthcare costs obviously gone up over the years as continued to go up. Soba macaire. But that system means that if you think of like if you're making thirty thousand dollars, but you get ten thousand dollars of health insurance well to the company, it's forty thousand dollars. And that's that in Crete increases. They're actually paying more and more and more and more. Even though you're not feeling it to me, that's really bad because you should be feeling those benefits there. It's your money. But I didn't come up with those policies. Those are progressive policies not mine. However, even when you look at income, and you start factoring all the different things that have happened. This comes from benefits and wages and transfers and all the different things that go into. How much money you're actually receiving per year. It's interesting to look at the numbers. And here's this is the richest people, of course, the rich do get richer as you see there. One hundred eighty six thousand in two thousand goes up to two hundred fifteen thousand which is a raise of about fifteen percent. But if you go through this is the groups of twenty percent to the richest twenty percent is up. Fifteen percent of the second riches is up sixteen percent. And as we know the rich are getting richer. So, you know, they're obviously leading the pack here as as we're told by every analysis, but when you go to the next group, it's another one the middle twenty percent. Their salaries are going up by fifteen percent just the same as the richest among us. When you go down one, more quintile to the second poorest. It's seventeen percent. It's actually a little higher, percentage wise, and all the other end poorest is the biggest success of all at thirty two percent more than double the richest among us as far as percentage. Now, look you're making thirty three thousand dollars. You might not say. That's you know, I'm I'm excited about that. You know, thirty two percent because that guy's making two hundred fifteen thousand and that's more. Well, the reason you try to get richest because it's easier to keep your money when you get right? Like like, there's a reason why people try really hard to get rich because it does make life easier in many ways, but the role of society as a is not to try to limit people from getting richer, if the rich I Bill Gates, I don't know what Bill Gates make much money as he wants Jeff Bezos can make as much money as wants doesn't affect me. In fact, it only affects me in the fact that I can get soda delivered my house like fifty times a day for Amazon. He does things that make my life a lot Amazon was delivering diabetes. They are. Absolutely. Of course. I drink diet soda 'cause I love it. But that's I understand. No, it's true though. I mean like you can get anything delivered right from Amazon. Jeff Bezos makes my life objectively easier and better, and he's the richest person in the world. So I don't know. I think it's kind of an interesting positive thing to look at it that way incomes are going up. Maybe not as fast as we'd like if you go back to the eighties nineties, those those rates have gone up from then to it's not just since two thousand type of thing, you know, society is getting better as far as income goes. But beyond that, even if you made the exact amount of money the numbers nothing to focus on the number. What focus on is how much how much better things are. I never understood in income inequality argument, like how is that infringing on you like because you have two thousand thirty thousand like am I being denied something like that? On business. You right. Don't worry about everyone else. And then if you work hard enough, maybe one day, you can be the two hundred thousand dollar, you know, earner back in the day. You know, income what's called income inequality? Now was called keeping up with the Joneses. It was something that we as society said, that's pathetic thing you shouldn't try to do. I can understand you wanna make. It's very important that the bottom comes up that is very important. We have to make sure that people are able to get their basic needs. But is not important to bring the top down. Like, like, if everyone on earth made a, you know, a billion dollars except for the richest among us that made a trillion dollars, we complain about income inequality like we'd all live the lives that we wouldn't wanted financially. It wouldn't make a difference. That's one group made more than us. Can you get that bottom group to level where they're comfortable, and that is very important and can be a focus of policy at some level. But in reality like freeing this up and making things making business easier making people. More able to get jobs and help themselves as the best way to do it. Right. We keep the door opportunity opened some I'm sorry. Some of you are losers. Yeah. You're not meant not you don't have the skill set to get to certain levels. But that's okay. If you have the if you have the opportunity to pursue your happiness and pursue greatness. That's why we're so awesome. And stop trying to to bring socialism MAC into into style. When again, another thing that was like a dirty word twenty years ago is now this cool hip mainstream. I also I saw a study this is a couple of years ago. But it was talking about people who are considered to be poor in this day and age and what they had didn't have. So it's like, they all don't you make me do don't you? Xboxes? And I'm gonna make you do it screen TV's and all of these things that they're they're considered poverty level or poor. But they've got all of these first world things that it's like, they're not what you think of when you know, you see the commercials with kids in Africa who are actually starving. Right. Right. Exactly. That's not what we live in in America. This is from Glenn Beck's book. Of course, Judy outrageous. Study like when I met this. I read it plan. So it wasn't actually two places. I was going to go with the switch to the other. And then you brought this up. It's perfect for all of eternity man was able to stay alive without a refrigerator electrobi- radio. Microwave or color television might have been hot sticking a lot less entertaining. But survival was possible today each of these self evident luxury items when measured against all human history are owned by between ninety six point three and ninety nine point three percent of all households. Think of that the computer when Bill Clinton was elected only twenty percent of American households had one think of that when Barack Obama left more than eighty percent had a computer more than half had a tablet and almost everyone had a smartphone. Far more powerful than any computer during the Clinton years the average piece of land that produces corn? Now, yield eight point six times as much corn as it did during World War Two eight point six times. Now, that's only positive you like corn, which you get the point. This is an the other one population of the percentage of the US population that is both homeless and unsheltered is point one percent around the world, it's still twenty. So there's a lot of work to do around the world. But the United States is come along. Way. And when you you can lose sight of that from when you say, you compare income income if you made fifty thousand average person making fifty thousand now, you might say, well, that sucks income technician. But when you step back and say, what is that fifty thousand dollars vying you now things that weren't even invented twenty five years ago. You know? I mean, they talked about Matt really earlier in one of the things he brings up in that book rational Optimus is talking about like king, Louis or something. And you know, you think of the life of king Louis he ruled everything you had to do whatever he wanted. So when he was time for him to have dinner, he would have this gigantic like picture, those king sort of tables along rectangular tables, and his servants would come, and they would come and fill the entire table with every single food every piece of fruit every single dish that he could possibly imagine just walked down and take whatever he wanted. We have that a golden corral now. Walk in there for nine dollars. Much as they want every grocery store, you walk in has thousands and thousands of times more options than king Louis had and they're all safe, and they don't can you imagine what the fruit looked like and king Louis day. It was probably terrible. It's all delicious like you can buy it for almost nothing. I mean, it is an amazing world live in. And we never appreciate it. And look I brought it back to positively. What are the numbers? What how how the billions of capitalism is brought out of poverty over the basically to two billion people out of poverty, and that's a miracle and vast of large majority of that was in China, and I just thought that's another interesting thing for India decades of of, you know, hardcore communism and socialism in her mouth like made them one of the most impoverished nations in the world when they started incorporating free trade and capitalism into their markets. Then they started lately bring out I think it was like a random. It's. All right. So thanksgiving tomorrow guys would appreciate the story. A student groups at the university of Oregon are hosting event that's called thanks. But no, thanks giving decolonizing an American holiday, and well, of course, focus on people. They can give thanks, but they also need to make sure to raise their critical consciousness identifying ways to decolonize the holiday Jason Howard. I don't even know what that what do you mean? Decolonized the holiday like what do you mean? Well, the main messages thanksgiving are that of gratitude food and family, however thanksgiving is foundationally speaking a celebration of the ongoing genocide against native people. I can make. But nothing I can't genocide anything that's been done. For what happened? The I. Jason Howard ten here on genocide. But what I can do. I can do the right thing. Now in eat Turkey. That's what I can do today. So I'm sorry that I'm not sorry about whatever. Whatever that is. Oh, make me do this by the way. Oh, God, you're gonna show later. I'm going to the post modernism. We're not help you. That's not an example of what he talks about every time, you try and going after our institutions, you know, making making villain out of the benefits of the good things in our society. That is exactly what he's talking about. I just don't want to hear from him anymore. Situation. Okay. Thanksgiving. What's your favorite thanksgiving some here? Probably Worthington protein low. Interesting people say like, you're vegetarian. You can't what do you do on thanksgiving? First of all there are a lot of meat free options. Some of them are terrible. Some of them are pretty good. I will say though, the sides the star to me always and always have been of thanksgiving. So you've got the mashed potatoes mashed potatoes, I can eat all the pies. There is there is vegetarian, greedy. I don't think really distinguishable. No, it's not. It's not a hard thing. Some foods are hard to replicate that not. It's some some weird sauce. That's not that's easy. But we we do MAC and cheese, which I like that as an addition that was not part of my northeast initial giving. But I think the back of cheeses, a solid addition to thanksgiving. I would recommend it. You're having a hard time picking just one. Yeah. All the foods. That's me. A pie pumpkin people wreck, pumpkin. I think the apple crumb might be the star of it for me we've from every year, and that's really delicious. What about you? What about you? My wife makes this ridiculous loaded potato Hals. It out takes it out. Then like. Chops up, the bacon and all that stuff. Oh my gosh. I cannot wait. Jeez. Lots. Of course. She's oh. And then pecan pie. Anyone says pecan I'll punch you favorite pie too. Con con to him. Con. Just eating diabetes. Yes. That's. I say peaking. Not your what's your favorite favorite food is probably going to be stuffing to be honest, stuffing, stuffing, so good with gravy. And then pecan pie. Stuffing, not dressing. I'm very I'm very particular about and make sure that you're calling it the right thing. I don't inside the inside the Turkey stuffing, you make it separately stressing do both so. So top stuffing. Nothing even though you don't if you don't put it in the Turkey. It's still stuffing. They call it. Stuffing is because you're stuffing. In is. 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"Pat gray is here on the blaze radio network. Good morning, everyone rise and shine. I am Sara Gonzalez, filling in for Pat gray here with Jason but'real who man, he is. He's hurting today. Jacked, I think is the actual medical term for how I'm feeling I am you can hear it. Yeah, I can see it to look like crap today, when your sinus pressure and it's just like pushing your face. So my face was like, one giant balloon right now, probably looks like it does. I wasn't going to be rude, who gets sick on like in may. I know it's about to be Memorial Day. I've I didn't get author flu season. Nothing and then this always happens to me this. Well, it must be the allergies because we do. Yeah. Because this is the season leading into summer where we've got all the pollen flying around. And everyone's trash cans have that little yellow film on it, and everything and your car. Yes. Oh, yes. I hope that's it. Otherwise, you're getting so sick you together hunting for a week. So bad at you have big Memorial Day, weekend plans and. What's up? Well. I mean I'm we're going to to my parents to go out on the lake 'cause they live on the lake. We're going go say with them go get some both time. That's cool much-needed relax Asian after pulling double shifts this week. Dude, I'm like I'm still operating backyard is still in effect that tell you guys yesterday. I don't think I'm not sure that you told the audience that I did actually because my dad was telling me on, onto a text me is like you built a Pergola listens. And yeah. Oh. Oh. Oh, yeah. But yeah, built Pergola, and then I'm trying to get my pool my pool. I think a lot of people might for those that have pools, I went into entire season about using my pool. So the pool cover is over it now, and I've everything is done, like I built, a Pergola, stringing lights. You know, your typical southern Texas, backyard and everything is done, except for the pool. So next weekend is operation pool. Okay, I'm going to have to roll back the cover and see how disgusting that water. I ready. Do you like having a pool? No. Okay. I was going to say regrets with that. Because both my husband and I are like I we do not wanna pool. I will actually like it doesn't make sense to me that it's cost more does. But it's like to me, I'm like, I wanna pay more to have a pool that I have to pay to maintain and keep up with when I could just go to the neighborhood pool. Oh, you'll love it for two years, straight, love it, two years, your son will love it, and then the third year, you're like dude. Why aren't you getting in the pool? Start taking a personally you had your putting so much. And it is a money pit. No, that's I don't I have absolutely no interest in owning a pool. It's like not only the upkeep, and like all the chemicals and all that crap and work, but it's, it's legit. Five hundred dollars every summer, you have to put into it, too thick of some random thing on that. I am so over that I believe it. All right. So before we got. Into everything I have to ask the audience. So my husband is not he's in the shower right now probably. And so he's not listening. So I want, I'm trying to come up with something creative and cute for Father's Day. Because, you know, he's a stepdad. So it's a little bit different for him. But still, you know, he, he shows the baggage like he chose to walk into a marriage with a child that did not come from him. And he has taken on this role so gracefully and. Never looked back. And I'm trying to think of something just like really cool to do for him for fathers day. And so I wanted some people let us know your ideas on Twitter. Tweet tweet, Jason I add, Sarah Gonzales t X at Jason Butros. What are you got? I was just about to interrupt. You stop you right there. Because when you're looking at a man gift and you're gonna you're saying, I wanna find something creative in cute. You're already in the going in the wrong direction, unless you're talking about something you're gonna wear you know what I'm talking about. So I'm over thinking as you're saying, unless you're talking about something you're gonna wear like a pro out of out of the question is father's now you're. He's my main you're thinking long avenue there. We're so easy. We are so easy. I feel like it's just like for men, it's just like go play golf with your friends. Like, don't actually like for mom's, it's like we're going to arrange this big. Let's go to the zoo, and let's do this and no. You're not actually off your parenting game. Still got a parent your kid 'cause it's mother's day. And for Father's Day. The dads are like I'm gonna go to the golf course. I'm going to go hit the driving range with my buddies. I'll be gone all day. Thank you. Yeah. You know what I so I personally have never felt like that because that would be cool, if you like you said. Yeah, go do this. I got you a cool good golfing outing or whatever. But I think dads are a little bit different. They're not stay at home dads. Like for women for moms, that's huge. Because you get a break. For mother's day, I was has been said, what do you want to do? And I was like, no literally do not ask me, one single thing. I don't want to plan anything do not ask me for help. I like you guys just plan. Whatever you want, and I just want some quiet time to myself. I don't for me. I'm like, you know, I'm, I'm so simple. And I don't know what you're almost said his name. I don't know if you want me to say his name, I try not to I, I don't know what he's into. But like if I can get a new gun I am gold because I get like a like, oh, those types of things like, yeah, it's like a gun. That's awesome. Father's Day gift. Yeah. This year that's such a Jason. Jason about guns. He'll love me forever. You know what would be cool? A family camping trip, all set up and planned that would be dope. Serious like like in the actual woods and attent. Yeah. You gotta sacrifice girls. Father's day. I guarantee you both just your son, and your husband would love that. They would love it. I would just stay is can do do they sell air conditioned tents? They sell the Jevons. I mean I- cabin right? I would stay in a cabin. I just would not like I need running water, I need, and it needs to be hot. Oh, I got it. I need air conditioning. I got it. So possum kingdom lake. You've been there. No. Oh my gosh. Do they have possums there that I can have who I don't know about possum? Forget the fact that this possible. Derailing mine tire. Awesome. And I got excited. So there's a positive lake for everyone. That's in Texas. No pretty much everyone around here knows about. It's not too far from DFW, and it's a big lake. It's these two huge rocks called the Swiss, the twin sisters or whatever. I don't remember the name of it, but you can dive out. You can climb up the one side because it's not very steep. And you can jump off the other end. Okay. It's really cool. But they have cabins around there that are like fully like air conditioned and fully loaded. And there's a lot of hiking. And it's cool man. That, that's, that's a good time. Okay. All right. All maybe for the summer because that's more like you have to plan for. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I mean I could plant it and say, we're going on many vague on this day when it's when his Father's Day. It's the what the nine June sixteenth. Oh. So you do have time for them. Yeah. Yeah. That'll be summer. That'd be cool. My vote camping trip or gun. Good, baby. All right. I to take a minute and talk about. Health, staying healthy making sure that you're getting proper nutrition so that you can live long and celebrate like ten million father's. Day's okay. Maybe not ten million 'cause they're not going to be ten million years old. But you get my point. All right. 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But I think the last like horrible one that I read was was a couple years ago, but it's not millennials that like are like all up on the socialism and the majority of millennials favored, socialism. And then the I think the one last year concentrated just on Democrats and said that I think fifty three percent of Democrats also favor socialism and for one before, again, this new one, it's like what like do they have the same definition of socialism? That is the actual definition of socialism. Right. They think it's like social media being social as an aunt. I wonder I'm seriously, I wonder if millennials think that's. What it is. It's, it's just being compassionate honestly, and also, being social, the active socially interacting with people. So, like, I think you're actually right, like socially, compassionate, like social, like, I don't know, like social programs go, I do want to I, I wanted to man on the street video and go to college campus and go find it and just ask them. Yes, what is socialism and see what they have to say. I mean you really should I guarantee you, they won't like they won't give you the actual like, you know, the, the state owns the means of production, top, they will not give that. So this new poll that came out that now this is a poll for Americans across the board three hundred fifty odd million of us four in ten now favor socialism, over capitalism. Four out of ten. What? Yeah. Almost half of America. Now, think about those numbers. That's insane. So we're talking about what like over its that's over one hundred million people. Oh my God, where doomed how we are what? Bombed and I guarantee you what is the percentage that you think do not know what it means. I would say the majority, I would probably, I would probably say the majority, too, because if they so, so Gallup went beyond that they, they asked them if they preferred free market versus socialism. They said, oh, I'm sorry. They said they favor socials more capitalism said socialism, but for those four in ten they said, do you prefer free market? Or do you prefer full government control and many of them said free market? Oh my God. You, you what are you talking about idea what they're talking about the so they so that is what they think it's social compassion. The they'd be a but they wanna pick and choose when they want to utilize it when they want the free market to work. That's not how any of this happens people visuals you how successful the DS a democratic social America like and Cortez, this shows how successful they Bess because they've been trying to paint it into something else when that's not the. Case. Yes. And that is scary because if you before I get into like the difference things that they like or don't like as far social is concerned, or capitalism. They. They completely just lost my train of thought right there. So I was looking at this other I was looking at all the different things. Okay. Hang on say before I get to that point. This was going to say you got it that no, I deaf. That's gone. Say we can take phone call do that one too. To regroup. But listen, but listen to this. They got a guy got democrat. The boom democratic social America. They've said things like we wanna push for a Medicare for all. Why do we wanna push for Medicare for all? They said it's not because, you know, they didn't they didn't fully come out and mitt that. Oh, because, you know, we don't believe that, you know, people should have Medicare provided by the government. They said, yeah. That's all great and dandy and everything. But that's not the end game for Medicare for all. There's an endgame for Medicare for all they said the end game for for socialized healthcare is the eventual destruction of capitalism, the end of capitalism because they said that Starr foot in the door. That's how we show that we're compassionate, right? Yeah. That's how we branded as we're all for the health of the people, you know, it's and if anyone denies Medicare for all it's because they don't they're not for healthy people. You know, it's, it's not, they don't want them to live, you know, they're against our anti-human, basically. So that will be our. Foot in the door to end capitalism in its entirety pretty insane. Wow. But if that's their messaging, and that's what people are listening to right now. Yeah. Yeah. Well, and they're also listening to the great economist, Alexandra Qazi Cortez with all of her great knowledge and her her degree. Yeah. She's economics, economics and foreign relations. I mean, I just I can't think of a reason why anyone would send their child to Boston University right after that, that has just that is the biggest disaster. I've ever seen in my life after a oh, see into bulldoze that campus and put up a seven eleven. Legit? Majette. I, I cannot imagine how much her degree cost to walk out of there being a stupid as she is that is it is, honestly would have been unimaginable to me, except for the fact that, that she happened. What's funny is before like before even solid. She was saying about the economy. I it's the first thing that tipped me off, as I will. She was saying stupid stuff, but she was she was brought on an interview because of her foreign policy, prowess, supposedly, because she had this foreign policy degree, and they're asking about Israel, and the things she was saying about Israel. She's like, oh, d member this, she was like, oh, I'm not to, you know, I'm not too versed up on the West Bank and all this stuff. And I'm like your degrees in this relation like literally if that Campbell's bulldoze, and there was a seven eleven. They're the people behind the counter would know more about foreign policy than she does the gory. What are you insinuating? Jay. Jason that seven eleven people are smarter than employees are smarter than people have Boston, Massachusetts degrees, straight up. Be proud of it, own it. My gosh. Right up. So let's do we have time for me to go down the line of pay. Hey John, stay on the line. We'll we'll get to you here in a minute. Okay. So so technological innovation. So they so the people that the people that are these foreign ten when they're asked specifically things about what they what they love about socialism, and what they want socialized. This is what they want socialized, so technological innovation. So Silicon Valley all that stuff should they continue to go off and be innovative and create things like the internet, blah? So seventy five percent say no, we don't want the government to step in there. We want the free market, you know to, to maintain that. Okay. So they're not socialist when it comes with business at the distribution of wealth. That's a big ticket item. So you would think that, you know, get people like Elizabeth Warren out there as well tax. They wanna like redistribute. Well, sixty eight percent of them saying, then another free market. We. That's to, to maintain control there. So boom. That's their over to their the economy. Overall should the government be involved? You know, in, you know, having a iron fist on it, we'll sixty two percents free market. Gosh, people. So let me let me skip through celery. Stay mean things. They mean things you can't just say socialism, but not all of those other parts of socialism, just this part, but okay. Okay. So what about higher education because that's been hearing college free college Biden is running even people ought to be any college free community college. He I think he said, sixteen years of free college to include, like pre K and then years free school preschool. So pre K all the way up to two years of college. Oh, good. So total indoctrination, right man bad now. Day when governments drag queens, come to your pre K classes. Oh, it's gonna be awesome. Great scary. Awesome. All right. So, so you would think this would go in their favor will fifty six percent say that. No, no. The free market should stay in control. I guess they're not for socialism at all we haven't got to healthcare yet because. Okay. So obviously because Medicare for all care. Everyone wants the free healthcare, obviously going to be in that, well, when they're asked very specifically if the government should take control. Fifty three percent say no free market should maintain control shut up. This is insane. So almost the only thing that they're, you know, the only thing where they say the government should take control of is protecting consumers privacy online. What's that's it? So we are socialist, right? Fist in the air but only if it's about protecting our privacy online that, okay? Every American has a responsibility to do their own homework. I don't want to be so quick to blame the media for every single thing. However, I think the media is also complicit in this misinformation. Stream that they're just constantly bombarding people. With these key words about socialism with these key words like, you know, compassionate, and, you know, more equal, and helping the little guy and they, they present an inaccurate representation of what socialism is, and then Americans are too lazy dumb to go, and look for it themselves. And then they think that it socialism, so anytime anyone uses the socialism term, they're going to associate that with really awesome, things not knowing that they're frigging giving their rights away, and they're going to destroy the free market. And hopefully, you know they don't they realize it before it's too late. Look at this so rox show. I did you see that ticker, right there on Fox News? So this is this TV on here in the studio. And it had to listen to Llano and the little lower thirds little the kyron said controlling culture, and I that popped up. I'm I think about this. You know, people turning toward socialism how much socialists controlled and left us controlled pop culture over the past. How many decades is there? I mean, literally, they control Hollywood they control the music industry, everything every, so they paint the every time there's a candidate. They just adore that comes out. They all line up and promote these people, what do you think kids are going to start liking? Yep. With the with their heroes, right? Turning to this, of course. Yeah, it's absolutely insane. That we've we haven't jumped on board with, you know, we haven't. You know, who wrote about this recently Brennan, more, Soviet Red state, and he quoted Andrew Breitbart, and said, look, politics is downstream of culture. That's exactly right. We should have been, we should have been targeting culture law. Alignment go. Yeah. I'm the Hong, but then but we were just the old fuddy-duddies who weren't able to do that. All right. So Glenn and Tanya, Glenn and Tanya back. You may know them. You may be a little familiar with with with them. They launched real estate agents. I trust dot com for a really simple reason to help you sell your home for top dollar, and as quickly as possible. There are a ton of real estate agents out there. These days Jason recently had a plumber, like a handyman who handed him his business card, and he had the little real estate license number on the bottom of his business card. Everyone's doing it. Someone's gonna come repair your toilet and be like, oh, by the way, I also sell houses if you're ever in the market, let me just give you a little hint and just tell you don't use that person. You can go to real estate agents trust dot com. There they have a team that they have vetted. They have vetted. 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But I listen to Jason's rantings I just lost my whole train of thought. Does. That's all of us all the time terrible to work with him. You should be in my brain that happened, when it happens to me to mid-sentence thank God. I got enough problems. Do you really not remember the Father's Day gift? I was blessed to be a stepfather myself when my wife and I got go the she ended our she was five years old. And I think the best fallers they give that I remember was her making it card for me and inviting me out to to lunch and it was just her and I the went out, and we just had a nice little sit down talk. And, and we spent the whole day together doing things together. And that was I mean that was memorable for me about about the Father's Day gift thing. And it was just it was. I mean, just touch my heart and it was like I said, I remembered, you know, from from day, one back to was back in the seventies when did things together, you know. Kids, we're online, and, you know, playing with their phones the whole time and and, but it was it was memorable. And I just thought I'd throw that into you. And, and I wish she'd put your hair back up in a bun. Right. Dr crazy and Jason got. Of thing for you. If you seen those those has that has infrared lights them grow hair. What thing? Absolutely. I mean, I mean, I'm saying no how dare you. How dare you? In the grows hair, take your hair follicles, and, and stimulates them and you can grow hair that way, I'd like to have do that. So you can, you know, be living proof of this that worked. I would also put my. Oh, we got. John, John, John, where can I get that? It was one of those infomercials things that they had on for half hour that we had to sit and listen to. But it was it was it was funny. I thought, how can that ever work? You know, putting infrared lights on your head and make hair growth. He doesn't remember the it's it was on an infomercial, Keith. Keeps going to be tuned into QVC, my computer. I just threw my computer way years ago. My wife died back to back in twenty thirteen. He was on a computer the whole time. And so I tried to get me to have, you know, do things on the computer. So I said, you know, I just got tired of all the, the crap that's going on the computer. So I gave it away to my neighbor that had kids need the computer for school. So it's a brand new laptop, and I gave it to them, and, you know, was BUSTER socks off, so they could use it. But, but I did away with the computers. I don't have to listen to it. I hear enough on the have enough of ISIS by TV, but. Well, I you know, privately I think both keep an eye. We'll, we'll take take you up on that the laser hat, but publicly how dare you a lot? Thank you so much. Thank you so much for your call. John. I do love his point on, you know, kids, and I don't know. Maybe I don't want to offend Jason I don't know how you parent, but I don't do the phone or the screen when we're out like at dinner or whatever I'm like, no. You don't. This is family time we socialize here. We don't need. This isn't your little playtime where you get in the zone and you completely tune us out that hit that early on, if you don't then it literally becomes a drug and they cannot get off of it. My I took it away from my daughter. She didn't speak to me for six months, I'm dead serious. Okay. Maybe it wasn't six months these so mad. I mean, my kid would get grounded if they dared not talk to me for that long. Well, she'd be like you will talk to me, or you will be grounded. She was fifteen at the time or reason with a fifteen year old girl. Oh, you know what? So go back to what John said he is. Is so right on the money with a father, a step stepfather, because I'm also a stepfather, if you, if you set something up with your child with your with your son to where it was personal like that. So that he really felt appreciate it. Yeah. And it was personal like that one on one time, like buddies. Right. That would be amazing. John is right on the money on that. Yeah. Well, and we don't have to worry about, you know, him trying to, to play on the screens, just because he already knows. I really do shut that down. We don't even have the little TV's in the car like in the SUV you can get the package with the TV's, and I took my son to Buffalo Wild Wings the other day. And the we got there, and they give you when you get in they give you the little kids menu with, with the crayons, and it has a word search and it has a word scramble. And so it has plenty of activties for the kids to do. And she actually was pregnant with her first child. So she had not had a child. Yet. And she said, oh, do you want me to bring you tablet for him to play on? And I was like. No and plug your ears. Little one. She did not say what you think she said, no. Do not mention that word in front of us, we are doing just fine with crayons, and actively book, no need to push that in his face. It's, it's a weird juggle. Because like like technology is like the future is that type of stuff. So it's like how do you like how do you balance? Let exposing them to it. So they know how to operate it and fishing, but they're not addicted to it like, how do you like literally I don't know what to do. I've got a sixteen year old and I have a thirteen year old and how do you how do you handle that? It's like the way I handle it, as I just don't I'm in Nazi about get real hard core. That's all I know how to do. I mean again, but that's a slippery slope because then all the other. Pat gray unleashed. Jason is not wearing an earbud today. He just keeps talking guys he I tried this. There was a remote here. And I tried muting him and it didn't work. It's not programmed for Jason understand. You don't need the music. We just me ranting out into the break. So we need. Okay. So a little pad has electric guitar. We, we have my ranting out a little secret. Actually stays here until two AM. He's sitting there lights off, and he's still going still talking and no one's here. Everything shut down. Everyone's gone home. Everyone's asleep. Jason still here finishing up, France. I'm the blaze version of energizer bunny, like like beating a drum still talking. All right. If you want to talk to us, it's eight nine zero zero three three nine three call us. Tell us what you got. I am on Twitter on the Twitter's at Sara Gonzalez, t X Jason is at Jason but'real. If you prefer minimal human contact and you just want to type it all out, which I think, is the majority of people around here, they just want to, they don't want, they don't wanna talk on the phone. They just wanted tweet it out. We have CB who agrees with John's, Father's Day, suggestion. I think that well, okay. I didn't see the extra addendum on here, but CB said take him to his favorite meal, with, with your son. Him for being a great father and then CB mentioned something about having the sun, go to the grandparents. So, you know, my husband can have some some time, but I won't go there. Oh, ABI says, if Jason says, like much more. He will become a oh, see how dare you, sir. Do I say that a lot? You do. It was. I personally you maybe that's what he's picking up on. I think that's what was going on. Skews me just personally surrogate cells. They specifically said, a oh, see Jason not Sarah, anywhere in that. Thank you very much. My favorite is when Jason says, dope. That's my word dope. That's so dope. And that's how you know that he's old. I'm kinda stuck in the late eighties early nineties, that was my jam. Yeah. And let's see. Oh, the pickled squirrel says that she has it easy for Father's Day. I shop like I would for Glenn back. My husband loves historical antiques. That's really funny and totally true and expensive as well though, too. Yeah, it is expensive, but totally true about that. Being like like Glenn said, like, bust now I'm gonna like, ding everytime, like Glenn. That's like I wasn't good. You said twice. Well, it wasn't an addition. I just repeated myself. Nope. Screw it jihad on the on that word today. It's on. I have no idea. How it is to work with Jason. Honestly, the worst. I really honestly should get a an additional stipend shut up just for having to work with Jason. Get off. My lawn says have a baby or three. Whoa. Hold up there. That's a big discrepancy have a baby or three one baby is much different than three and I've already got the one, then he's going to be seven soon. That's a tough thing to, to determine whether or not you want to go back to square one in diapers. But that is a good a gift, if you package that with the protest or, like something to wear or you were talking about earlier. So you can be like, you know, this is this is this, what you're saying is leading to the nine months after. We won't be welcoming child. It's, it's a gift he now and it's time delayed for another gift in nine months. Right. Right. Ticking up on putting down that that is truly the gift that keeps on giving. Taking money and more money and more money talk about a money pit. It is something that we, you know, we're talking about. But it's just really hard to imagine going back to babies. And when you have older kids getting to the point where he can be a little bit self sufficient, you can't do anything for what at least twelve months. Oh, yeah. You can't leave them with with with the babysitter. Oh, I close my family while they live two hours away, but they would come into town every once in a while and helped me out, but mine was so bad. He had really bad acid reflux. So he did not sleep. He could only nurse for two minutes tops before it was uncomfortable. And he would start screaming bloody murder, and then I have to call him down, and then he'd start crying again because he was hungry. And I'd have to do it all over again. That was literally, my life for almost the full twelve months, solid. Nine months, and it was so bad that my pediatrician actually said, you can't leave him with anyone except a family member, who has a vested interest in them because you really have to worry that they would like to stress. Guess that they would hit him or whatever. Because. I heard that. I heard that there's a bell. Now there's a bell now for whenever the word like. I love it. Keep it up or not best, China room industry. But yeah, it's when your pediatrician tells you you're really can't leave him with anyone do not leave him with a sitter. You know, you got a problem, and that is a concern because you never know he might end up with the same the same issue, another baby might end up with the same issue. And my gosh, I would probably go to the looney bin or just throw myself off a bridge if that happened, the amount of sleep deprivation does crazy things to you for sure. I mean it makes you go insane. All right in America. You know, they're over fifty million people who miss work due to pain. There are just so many millions of Americans who just walk around in constant pain and sixty six percent a fit most depressing statistic, sixty six percent expect to live the rest of their life, just with some pain. They're like, yeah, this is just my life. Now this is just how I'm going to live for the rest of my life. No, it doesn't have to be that way. Especially if you've tried all of these prescription drugs, that have these crazy side effects that, you know, you don't know about until you start taking them. 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Get that three week quick start pack now that is so hard to say quickly three three week quick start pack quick start pack quick start pack quick. Start pack. All right. What are you got Jason? All right. Court. Can we go to the courts a little bit? Let's go to the courts, this, I saw these two, Larry yourself, incoming rants, vizier incoming round, this came out both right together. And I was like, I'll, let's get to the point later. But there I am explaining like my thought process I stopped doing that. But anyway, so I saw driving in my car and. So. Listening to the radio and a lady was trying to cross the crosswalk, and that got me thinking about. There's a story came out this morning or last night about a federal judge that sided with House, Democrats to subpoena for Trump's financial records as something we talked about yesterday when Adam Schiff said, look, if he doesn't turn over his tax returns, then we're gonna refocus on impeachment is something we called we know that they want. There's an I call sure I'll give you credit. Thank you. Appreciate that. But that's what they want. They know that there's nothing in these tax returns, they know this. Oh, except for there's nothing criminal but there might be something, you know, not salacious embarrassing than we all know that. Trump wants to present himself as having way, more money than he actually has in. So we did we know that he's not as rich. We know this, right? He's bragging about, as we know that he's not as rich, as he as but that the time writing to articles about it. Can I just put this out there that I would venture to guess that anyone who like all? You must you must. Stay awake in there. All of the people who are constantly talking about how much money they make probably don't make as much as they say they do. I would just I would just use that as a as a common role. It's like men bragging about their escapades. Yes. If they're bragging about multiple probably not getting as much action as they say, if it's around fifty, it's probably like, maybe half to one or two something like that. Okay. If half as possible half, but d. I'm to say like that. That's probably the equivalent of saying, I'm the men. I'm multi-billionaire time five. But anyway, that's really the only thing that's gonna come out of this. I believe, but now and we said that this is going to this is going to be a long run on core process, and they do have the power congress does have the power to get the president's tax returns. It's something that they have now the problem is they have to prove eventually that why they want this is legitimate. You can't just abuse the power, right? And the total abuse of power and the only court that has that as hell upheld that and said, well, you're going to far is the supreme court, but we're talking we're talking long time over a year. We're talking we're probably talking by the time it gets there, the, the president will either be in his second term or he won't be president anymore by the time they finally get go through with this. Yeah. So really, if you're looking at a timeframe that long, why are they doing this? It's doing peach. If because this gives them a reason to say, okay, you're not giving us what we need. Now we're going to peach you on the grounds of your hiding something and not. Give us and giving us the information that we need to do our job, basically. So anyway, so yesterday, a federal judge cited in this process. It was in, in the courts now and side with Democrats saying, yes, you know, the president has to turn this over. So does that mean he turns over now? No now, no, the, the Trump administration his lawyers will say, no, they don't have the right to do this. We gave them information. It goes onto the next court. That's what's going to happen. So everything what you saw if you saw this more freaked out yesterday. Don't be freaked out. This is just the process. It's going to continue on. This is going to be, and we knew when Democrats took control of congress. I remember Stu, saying it's going to be investigation after a nation court case after court case, this is just our reality. That's this is what we're going to. And you know this is only being talked about now because the Russia investigation is over. They a high I didn't hear anything about. I mean I heard it in the beginning before the Russia investigation got full speed. But we didn't hear anything about this, while the Russia investigation was going on. And we were told there was collusion and that big things. I mean, Adam Schiff himself was one of the ones he should not even be where he is right now because he was one of the ones who came out and said, I have direct evidence that Donald Trump colluded with he said he had evidence that was clearly ally clearly turned out to be a lie. And now he's the one who's heading up this all of this hung if I were to put two and two together that might lead me to believe that they're just reaching for something because they didn't turn up anything on the Russia investigation, and not because this is a legitimate legitimate quest. Call me crazy. I don't know if he was funny. It's so cyclical if you remember back in the day, remember when you had a tax March, and they were like, ding. They were they were man. That's like so distracting now all your thinking about is not us. That word. Now. It's like. Being this. This is all they were they were. They were focused on back in the day. They were. They were literally rallying people out in the streets to protest made this big deal the tack that the taxes went away the New York Times wrote a couple articles on it, and that kind of went away, member, Rachel Maddow, so huge breaking story. She did like a tick tock. Scott about home up thirty minutes. I have a break in his that Trump tax return. Yes, it was something from like nineteen ninety something like that. So irrelevant. Oh, come on. This is something that this is the ultimate like we're going to nail him. That went away Russia with full tilt. And now since that's gone back to tax returns. This is so monotonous and ridiculous. Meanwhile, it's not like there's anything else that could be focusing on right nothing else like there's no big ticket items out there. Like the economy or literally employments unempl-. Iran is a huge deal right now possibly go into war for crying out loud. Russia is still a big issue. I mean, there are big things to worry about, but they're worried about going back and forth between did the Trump administration collude with the Russian government for crying out loud to tax returns. Yeah. This is infuriating is absolutely fury. I wonder I mean. What else where else can they go because if this gets tied up in the courts, are they just going to still repeat the same talking points that they did when the Russia investigation was going on, which is well, there's obviously, something there. So we have to wait until we get it, right. I mean we he's hiding something he's not he's not cooperating so he must be hiding something. So let's wait until these come out and let's treat it as if we already know that he's guilty. Well, it's always, there's nowhere else that they can go. I think they'll take the same route that they took when during the Nixon investigation, where it was the cover up that open ended up nailing them. It was getting rid of the tapes, you know, ended up finally, you know, his final nail McCaw Fionn. I think that the this Nixon, getting rid of the tapes for this scenario will be the I'm sorry, the what's among for the. Obstruction. I think that's what the what the ultimate go towards because there's nothing on the Russian collusion. Right. And I think that's pretty pretty much considered. Yes, that nothing happened at this point, and he Democrats would say that, but there was that if e- language in the mother report on, hey, he basically said, like we can't really say if he obstructed or not. This is to say Saint again, this is too. I'm not gonna worry about it. Screw that Twitter. I'm gonna keep saying that their aides say they can't really. I'm just kidding. I love you, love you. I love you. That out. I, I really think that that's the direction there, go to. Because if, if he language if they can't say for an it was, it was extreme circumstances that had never happened before. So the president knew he wasn't guilty. So when you know you're not going to be like you're gonna get shut down a stupid. The problem is in that position which the president had no experience being in that position. You can't do those things. Yeah. Well, it's like did or didn't he it's like they couldn't tell though a lot. No. I'm just gonna leave it for you to the side. Yeah. I mean we'll see how that plays. But I'm telling you that will play really well to their base like it. Did you know in the twenty sixteen presidential election? Unfortunately, that's not enough to, to win an election as they saw before. Right. So Hillary tried this tactic. To a lesser extent. Because we didn't have the full blown Russia investigation yet, but all of this anti-trump, you know, that's going to be the end of the democracy. Impeach impeach impeach. That's the same tired talking points that they said when they were trying to win the election and it didn't work it might appeal to your base. But as you guys saw you're going to need much more than your base to be able to defeat Trump and mainstream America is so tired of hearing about all of these stupid investigations and about impeachment. It they've set it too many times, they've played their hand too many times. Because now when they say, impeachment people just shut off, they just they just tune it out, because they're like, I'm so tired of hearing that word this is the boy who cried wolf until you have solid evidence. Don't come at me, and tell me anything about impeachment 'cause you keep over using the word and nothing ever happens. So we'll see. See how that plays out. But I really honestly think the average American shuts off when they hear that word the crazy crazy radicals are all for it. Average American not so much. So there was a recent sixty minutes special about home title fraud, which is a legitimate thing. 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Probably has the cutest, kid, imagine, like you think of like if the Gerber baby was a little bit older. That's that's Sarah's kids. So, he's a little model goes into little auditions and stuff. He says he wants to be an actor. He's so cute. Okay. I could go on and on about my kid forever, but I know that's not what you guys wanna hear about before we jump back into the conversation when it's about what's going on in the American Medical industry. So, I would guess that you probably know someone who is suffering from Alzheimer's Parkinson's, cancer, heart disease. These are all really prevalent diseases here in America that are killing our friends and families, and instead of helping medical researchers find cures HHS secretary, Alex czar is pushing a socialist regulation that will set medical innovation back decades. This is obviously unacceptable, even to the people who talked about earlier who claim that they want socialism the jolt want socialism when it comes to medicine. 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Honey freedomworks dot org slash Pat out about that wasn't in the script. In case you were wondering. All right. Jason Jason is just like I wanna ran about this about I wanna ran about this now. You weren't done with your with your court rant. No. I wasn't I'm getting so consciously too many rants, I do by the way, but onto the next one, I mean, we're just all talking about it behind your back, actually, we're not we're talking about it to your face, which is the respectable to Dell. So anyway, so Gorsuch. He's probably one of the most conservative judges spring court. Would you agree with that? Sadly, yes, I. Yeah. I, I mean Clarence Thomas is Clarence. Thomas mazing love him. He's far the best. But Clarence Thomas Gorsuch. They're both very, very solid. If you think there's a there's, there's a case that's going up on the court. They're always gonna be on the right side. I mean that figuratively and literally. Right. Well, let's say like this, they will. Be on the side of the constitution. Yes. Exactly. Exactly. And that's what you would expect from a supreme court judge. I that's a completely different rent with the ObamaCare thing, which is a complete just ultimate fail. That's just insane. Roberts screwed us on that dabs that all my gosh. But anyway, let let's just throw that one out there. Thanks for the deal. You made close behind closed robber for screwing us all, but at least you got your deal. All my gosh. Anyway, so Gorsuch, though, in a case that just came out yesterday he sided with the liberal, or the democrat appointed judges, and a court case on, it was a native American hunting case, it was a five four case Gorsuch cited with the, you know, the typicals with, you know, Ginsburg and all the others Cavanaugh was on the other side, which is weird. He wa he was on the side of conservatives on this. Finally, we got cabin on our side for once the firm. First one, right. Yeah. This person that people were out in the streets rioting, because he was going to be so Oltra conservative, that everyone was gonna lose all of their rights. And this is the first time he's actually been on the side of the constitution. The other two he was on the he was on the on the liberal side. The court cases I believe they're Planned Parenthood. Right. Right. He was on Planned Parenthood side, and this was their big deal about protesting him as they thought that he was going who's an overturn Roe v. Wade, it's gonna all there was no precedent or any reason to believe that now that was to believe the opposite. Exactly. Yeah. That's that that is just so ridiculous. The reason he got on that kit court. Remember he was not on the on the list, not on the original on the originalist. The only reason he, he, he became to being because I guarantee there was a deal that was made. Yes, no one will agree to that. Because that would be a big blue big. No, no. There was some deal. There was some deal. Yeah. Use my kid leg with. Buba mobile. But anyway, so Gordon, this case with the Gorsuch, went on. It was so odd. It was really weird. I won't spend too much time on it. Because court cases are probably weird. But are not that I don't know that the patch. But this was a native American hunting case. So apparently native American was hunting, and Wyoming and he was doing it out of season. So the state of meiomi was like, hey, you're hunting out of season. You know, we're gonna slam me with a bunch of fines. And you know this charged with a crime while he was a, there was a, there was a deal made with the government and my tribe way back in eighteen hundred. So I can do this. So the Wyoming was like, no you can't. Because when Wyoming became a state so odd. But anyway, so what's weird is most of the conservative judges excited with the state of homing and said, yeah, he can't do this. You know, when the state laws, supersede, whatever deal your tribe head, but then all the liberals and Gorsuch for some reason, said, okay. No, they sided with the native American deal that they made eighteen hundreds, I don't know. It's just really weird, but the point here is that, look, the, the Armageddon, there was supposed to happen from President Trump appointee. Getting to supreme court. Judges didn't really happen. Yeah. Cavanaugh. We just went through that, that did not blow up as they said was gonna blow up. He has been more on the liberal side than anything else. Right. Gorsuch, also, one of the most conservative judges out there win with what he thought was more in tune to the constitution. That's insane. And this is why this is why we. Okay. So conservative should freak out when liberals are pointed at my opinion. Yes. Because they don't want to go by the constitution. They want to legislate from the bench. Right. Exactly. Right. But conservatives, their whole thing is no, we're, we're constitutional conservatives. So we are just if there is a some kind of issue that liberals are passionate about it comes in front of us, if it fits the constitution, that's where we'll vote. Right. But you can't really say that to the left, right. So. Democrats feel stupid now deal stupid for chasing down people in elevators stupid. They don't be totally ridiculous. Right. But they're still saying that they're still saying that it Roe v. Wade is going to be overturned, and they're still talking about Cavanaugh once they start talking about the supreme court, and how that seat was stolen and all of this nonsense you ever time. I hope and I have, you know, all every time I have all this hope that Roe v. Wade, we'll get overturn. I don't think it will even if we get, let's say Ginsburg retires. And let's say what's her name, BARRET comes in? I think she would vote for overturning it. Yeah. I think Gorsuch, probably would vote for returning it. I think Clarence Thomas would HAMAs went for sure. None of the other are shoo-ins, Robert Robert's. No, obamacare. No way. Way, does it. No. I don't think so. Either cavanaugh. I don't think -solutely not Arby. Are you kidding? I mean RPG is just they're just propping her up at this point. I think I'm not even sure that she is still with us weekend at Bernie's. Just like we can't lose this spot right now, somebody make her look alive. I literally think there's an experimental treatment out there to make someone live forever. She's on it. That's so this so funny, NC girl with guns, actually just tweeted has anybody seen rby is she alive issue, mummy, where has she gone. Maybe they, they mummified her, and they set her up there. And that's why sometimes she's she kind of has she slumps? It's like drone technology kind of something there's like Servoz that are just keeping the mummy going. Yeah. Something like that. I don't know. I don't know. But even if she even if she was just not, you know. I hope she lives river. Her stamina is amazing. She is a tough tough cookie. Great story is, she's got a great story really does, she's American. She got a great story. She's just on the wrong side of the political, her ideas on the government are just wrong. I'm sorry Ruth, but you're an amazing woman. Great great, great story. But I personally hope that she says, you know what I've had enough of this retires steps back. Let's she'll never do that to not be so mad at her the way that the left is eating their own right now. She knows that, that her whole legacy is gone because they will call her a traitor. Oh, yeah. They. Oh my gosh. They would hate her all the good work that she's done her entire life, and she's done so much for, you know, women and women's rights, and if she dared do that. Oh my gosh. That's starting to do to Kennedy when when when when when he left they were starting to do that to him. They were they were blaming the Armageddon on Kennedy. But when they I think, now once they're kind of easing into cavenaugh seeing that, look, that's I guarantee you Kennedy, Han. Picked Cavanaugh I guarantee it. Oh, yeah. He was like I want the status, he worked for Kennedy. I mean so they were buddies. He knew exactly what is good. He's like, well, he's probably telling guys private calm down chill using the same as me there's no change here. Isn't it amazing in Washington? How incestuous all of these relationships are, and how everyone is just kind of it's just all about who you know, it's all about who you know, in Washington and probably Hollywood, those are the two big places that it's really not about your credentials. It's just about who you know. Swank thinks said I watched the podcast with Senator Lee yesterday was he upset about the Roberts thing that was shocking to see that shows how wrong he was. I'm yes. So in case you guys missed it Glenn did a podcast. With Senator Mike Lee, and he really was I've never seen Mike Lee. You know how Mike Lee is he is always just buttoned up and calm, cool, and collected that was a different side of Senator -ly when he started talking about how Roberts betrayed the constitution and betrayed the American people that was really, really shocking to see. I love Michaeli. I know that if I can, if you, if you can get Mike cly riled up and sounding like he's pissed off and something major happened. Yes. Yes. Kim off like that. Yes, we always. And he's asked about the democratic presidential candidates, and he said he said, clo- char was-. Isn't he thought that club char would be the most likely to go by the constitution which was interesting? But he had nice things to say about everyone. He said, oh, yeah. Cory Booker, and I we each other during our hearings and text joke, emojis to each other. I mean he had nice things to say about everyone Ernie Sanders likes, Mike Lee. Yeah. Their friends, how weird is that the old? That's the odd couple. That sounds the same thing. Sounds like the couple redone to be all Bernie and Mike Lee at a house together. Well, and Mike actually calling a Mike like we're buddies. Mike was talking to him on the phone. The other day, no Senator Lee. He actually he did. I guess it was last year, maybe year and a half ago. He did a video would digital video with my son how to teach, you know, for your old the constitution, and when he was here, I think that they're still putting it together. But when he was here, they filmed, another one that was teaching my son. Again, you know, it's a year later, so getting a little bit more into the constitution, and he would just to watch him interact with my son was just so sweet. He's just the sweetest guy and, you know, just a big heart. So I love him. And if you have not watched that podcast, you need to Steve, the Steve forty two I, I had made a comment, I don't know how your wife stands yo, and he said, who said Jason's wife can stand him right point. That is a really great great point puts up with I think maybe the best way to put the phrase it puts. Puts up with endures. Oh, that's a good one indoors. That's a really good one. I mean, are you to the point where you sleep on the couch, a lot or no? You has been married for a long time. Right. Eighteen years, just just eighteen years so going on twenty that that's I to me, that's a pretty big compliment. Because if you like people that have been married, a long time, you know, that, like there's good years. There's bad year. There's seasons in the beginning. And in the beginning, you say there's good days and bad days longer, you get married, you know, there's good years and bad years. Sometimes a span of bad years, but you have to put, you know, you have to endure it, there was this one. There's this real famous. I back in my bodyguard days back in mind, I was bodyguard in this really famous woman, you're potty, garden bodyguard. And I somebody asked her one of our friends was like, how did you stay the married so long to your really famous husband, and she was like it's easy, don't get divorced? And it was just so it was such simple like old time, you know, logic. Yeah, but I was like I thought about it. And I was like, that's totally true. There's times when you wanted to say, screw it. Yep. You know what I mean? But if it's really important, you put your shoulder, our thrill power through snow that things will get better. Yeah. So that's how Jason's wife stance. You heard you heard it straight from him. All right. There is a really really wonderful opportunity. Coming up next spring, if you guys are looking for a vacation. Let me tell you about crew history. You're gonna Jason get so envious. Jason lemme tell you where you can where you can. Learn more details. Got me, you got me a well. I mean you can go buy it. Oh, gosh by, so you're gonna sail the Mediterranean, and, you know, you're going to be on this giant ship with gourmet Italian food, and awesome nightlife, for those parties out there. And, you know, a pool that you can relax on the deck next to the pool so you are going to cruise through history. You will visit the eastern Mediterranean, where you'll go to Italy Croatia Jerusalem. Israel Athens, Greece. Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? Those are. I mean, just like one or two of those places is enough for me to say, oh, okay, I'm in. But wait, there's more you will also be joined by Mr. Glenn Beck himself. Bill, O, Reilly, stupor, gear David Barton rabbi Lapin on a fourteen day adventure, this fourteen blissful days learning about history. 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So there was the cartoon Arthur, it's a children's show. I know it's it's plays on PBS and they decided the people who do the Arthur cartoon, they decided that they wanted one of the teachers, Mr. rat burn to have a wedding in which he marries, his partner, who is also a male. So they had a same sex wedding on the television show, Arthur. And by the way, I mean this is for young kids. I think my son watched it when he was four or five, so for younger kids will Alabama said, you ain't come in here with that. And they refused to air the Arthur episode with the gay wedding. Now, the one of the PR, people said, parents have trusted Alabama public. Television for more than fifty years to provide children's programs that entertain educate, and inspire more importantly, although we strongly encourage parents to watch television with their children and talk about what they have learned afterwards parents trust that. Their children can watch Alabama public television without their supervision. We also know that children who are younger than the target audience for Arthur, also watched the program, and they said, we have a trust with parents about our programming. And this program doesn't fit into that. So they ran a rerun. Instead, I love that explanation. I really do. I, I didn't when I heard the story I didn't hear that explanation. But I completely agree with it. There's for one great political way to stay out of the, the, the conversation and just say, we don't want it to anything that would upset the parents will. But that fundamentally that is the, that's the core principle, right there. It's like there are certain things out there that it's like sex education schools. A lot of parents don't. I don't like that because they're like, they're we want we want to have these conversations with our kids. Right. We're responsible for teaching them. These things sexuality is a big part of it. Right. And especially in, I have nothing against, you know, gay people at all, but that's not five, not of course. I just I just wanna make that clear when, when I say, this is that Jay goes relationships aren't in the majority. The majority of relationships are heterosexual relationships. So if a child sees that in there in a hetero family, then they're like, what's, what's going on here that you have a four or five year old person that, that see something going on? It's not like mommy and daddy. Right. So then they either see that keep it to themselves internally confused or they come to their parents, that conversation should be with their parents. I their parents should come to them and say this, this, what's going on. Some people are different. This is, you know, something that you, you know, we should talk about and you should understand. But that's the parents job. It's not as this PBS. I mean PBS's though it says, Alabama public television, but I know it airs on PBS here. Okay. So I assume it's the same, you know, the, the affiliate here and the affiliate in Alabama, and they would both PBS shows so yes, I cartoon with government funding shouldn't be forcing this into explain something when it's the parents job devil's advocate here. I'm not saying that I disagree with you. However, I think the argument would be presented would that really require a conversation if there was a heterosexual couple who had a wedding that wouldn't require a conversation a wedding as a wedding. So why does it require a parental conversation when people are people, and they can love who they love, man will? So I'll have to answers for that for the first is kind of going back to my previous point is that is the, the majority of weddings that are, that are out there or heterosexual, weddings. So there's nothing that will. That will confuse a child if they see that, that's just what they've always seen. The second is. They don't force weddings and cartoons. How many times have you seen a cartoon where they're getting married? Never hardly ever happens. It's so clear that they're trying to force this in to everything painting children's cartoons. Now, I agree with you that they are trying to force it in. But I'm trying to think of, you know, for instance when you're talking about the, the number of people or the number of couples who are homosexual compared to the number of couples who are heterosexual because they're in the minority, and then I'm thinking, okay, we'll take you know, African Americans or Indian people there in the minority. But I didn't find myself telling my son well now Honey everyone's skin color is different. So I want you just to know that, you know, that I know that you just saw someone who's black, and I just want you to know that there are people of all kinds, like it was just something that was there. And there was never an issue. There were never any questions about it. Everyone seemed, you know to be interacting normally so. Race makes LGBT community would say you're singling us out race and sexuality. I can't. I can't really compare the two. Those two I, I have a hard time doing that. Sexuality such a it's such a different animal in my opinion. But I mean I always hearing that Jason's a bigot. Absolutely not. But there are certain things that you, as the parent should be responsible for it explaining to your children and PBS shouldn't be taking it on themselves. I really hope PVS was the one that does Arthur otherwise I'm totally screwed Jason's about they get sued yet, so never mind. So allegedly is PBS allegedly might be doing art there. This bad gray unleashed. Hey, I just saw that promo graphic for those of you watching blaze TV, but for those of you who are not aware, yet, which, I don't know why you wouldn't be unless you're living under a rock or something. You can catch us on the news and why it matters. Weeknights at five thirty eastern four thirty central now of course, Glennon sue both left 'cause, you know, like we're the big wigs we're the big shots. We get to take vacations whenever we want and leave everyone else in charge of doing our radio shows and all the other shows that were a part of, but I will be there. Jason's going to be there, Thursday and Friday I think, and it's a little news program. We do every day. But instead of getting these stuffy talking heads of the world of the CNN's, you get us instead, and sometimes there's beer involved. I mean Hello. What kind of beer circles? Not natty life. Actually, sometimes I actually sometimes I provide beer for the gentlemen. And I drink wine because I'm a classy, girl. Now, I've, I've strained my not days straight from my shotgun. Ing Nadi light days, she's to spit on one side and light on the other. Please have you wanna talk to as you can call us. Eight eight nine zero zero three three nine three or you can and we'd us, which is what most of you liked to do, because we're all anti-social now from social media. It's at Sarah Gonzales, t x and Jason buttery. So for many of us, I think that we wish that we had, like a stop light on our tables to let us know when to stop eating because otherwise, we put way too much on our plate, and we don't always know that we're full it takes some time for your brain to send a message to your stomach that you're full and by that time you've over eaten. And you're like, oh, I date too much. All right. So you actually do have sort of a stop light. That's naturally present in your body. It's called OA. And that stands for this really long word that I can't say, but, oh, OA sense. A signal to your brain, that your full, but we don't produce enough of it. Most of us, do not produce enough OA in our bodies to be able to to get that signal strongly. And so we keep eating and then we keep gaining weight. But my body produces zero as it like none at all. I've been meaning to tell you Carson. We need to have an intervention Jason, you need to get you some red zone radio is it's so they give you a full dose of oh, EA so that you have that it boosts your metabolism and reduces your appetite. I would. No, I was for those, Pat. Bingo players. Here you go. I used to be fat. I was fast twelve years ago and lost all the weight. And you know it's hard once you lose weight, even because you don't wanna gain it back. You don't wanna go on a yoyo diet, where you gain any lose and you gain and you lose I use radio zone to maintain and it works, great for me. If you're struggling to lose weight you can go to radio dot com. That is our idea. You Z O N, E dot com. Use promo code the blaze you'll get thirty percent off of a three-month supply. That is like a dollar thirty nine a day. So if you go to Starbucks every day you're spending more than that, on coffee invest in your health. Instead, go to. Radio's own dot com. Speaking of health, Jason, yeah. This is something that really pisses me off really pisses me off. It's this is so irritating. But Mitch McConnell has teamed up with Tim Kaine, and they want to pose a Bill that they're bring out really really, really soon to raise the tobacco age to twenty one now is, is tobacco disgusting, and not good for our bodies. Absolutely. Yes, is it the government's job to be the parent for us. And tell us that know if in granted, if you're eighteen which is what the age is. Now you're an adult. You're an adult you can go to war and die in a war. But they're saying you can. Oh, you can do that. Is that the government's job, but you'd be able to tell you the yes, the answer's? Yes, right. No. Absolutely not. It is not the government's job to. We're not babies but I'm being told by all of the lawmakers and AMC's. Of the world that we need the government to protect us in the big bad thing. And that's a good point. You hear this from people like AO. See, and now Republicans in the Senate are also basically saying the same thing it's the exact the Overton window has shifted so far to the left. It is absolutely insane. I'm actually sh I will say this. I'm shocked that the tobacco industry has not pushed back enough to so that they would not even promote this idea because the tobacco industry, maybe they're not as powerful as they used to be, but they used to be pretty powerful in, you know, lobbying to make sure that they didn't get touched. So I guess they're not as powerful as they used to be, but it is cute how the government likes to pick and choose what they think that they should protect you from and what they shouldn't protect you from I mean but tobacco is bad. But so as alcohol, what's weird is, they're doing a, so as processed food. They're, they're doing this whole. You know, thing where they're trying to legalize marijuana in so many states. And I think most people just assume that that's going to be legal in the United States pretty soon. So they're going one direction there Zing. Oh, we're going to regulate you, they're, they're controlled by big lead. Big weed. Are now controlled by big weed, and that's why they wanna make it harder to get tobacco because their alternate plan is to legalize big weed and that's, that's who's controlling them right now. That's why they're raising these or they want to raise these restrictions. Like, we don't have to work on that title might maybe like a big gun Java. Something like that. We can we can probably get this going. Good. Yeah. But, I mean think about all of the things that are bad for you that the government doesn't care about. I mean, even if we go to all of you people are going to be annoyed that I'm going to health and nutrition. But let's talk about sugar sugar is terrible for you. It's great for me. No, it's terrible for your body. It tastes great. I I'm with you on that at tastes. Great sugar is toxic to your body care what it's doing inside my body. I just wanted to taste good. Right. But, but that's what I'm saying is I mean sugars terrible for you. We've got all of these junk processed food that, you know, the FDA is not regulating at all. We've got so many people who are opioids in America ninety three million Americans are affected by obesity, which obviously, when you are obese, it makes you more at risk for certain diseases. You know, you've got type two diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, stroke, osteoarthritis this big deal. And the government doesn't care about that. That's how ridiculous. This is. They don't regulate sugar, they don't regulate fried food. You know what I'm saying? Like all these things should don't get me wrong get involved in this. I'm just saying it's very interesting. How they pick. And choose what you should be putting in your bodies. And what you should not be putting in your body's, so you can just completely talk Safai your entire body with all of this junk, that they're serving us at the fast food places. But tobacco, we need to save you from. So this is this is one of those conversations that really will help you and I mentioned this on the news and matters while back is every time and why it matters weeknights. Five thirty eastern four thirty central. That's right. Every time that I try to come up with, like, what do I believe on the stance? I always go back to my basic founding principles of why conservative. Why do I is constitution stick to the constitution less government? More government equals bad. I always go back to those and even. But there will be some morality things that you have to screw with a little bit or will screw with you, actually. So like the libertarian. I would be full on full tilt libertarian. But then there's the drugs and prostitution thing that I start having issues with right? But if you really think about and I think about it drugs, bad. But do again, is it the government's job to basically be your parents to helicopter over you and say, no, that's bad for you? You should not do that. We'll know if people want to be stupid. Yeah. And that's pretty much on them. So what about? Like seatbelts. No. Absolutely not. The government should not dictate that you wear a seatbelt. What about carseats? Who gosh because that is, that's the safety of someone that can't really can't make the decision themselves. However, you are their parents, right? And you should be able to make the decision. Right. That's a tough one. But back in the day back before government got larger and larger there were kids ride in the back of pickup trucks. All the time. It was perfectly legal. I would argue that, that it wasn't before, government got larger it was just before the innovation of the carseat. I mean, I don't think carseats existed that they maybe it was big carseat. It was big carseat. They came up Shannon our philosophy. Yes. Yeah, but, but think about it, are the mortality rate wasn't going crazy, like we weren't losing population at a record pace to where we were threatened with extinction. I don't remember hearing all these stories of how, you know, to an entire generation was disappearing. Because car seats, weren't, there are the every safer because of car seats are kids saver. Absolutely. But I don't re- all the things that they say are massive issues that we had to deal with now back in the day when our grandparents around they weren't issues. Yeah. They weren't issues like tobacco is very bad for you. And also used to say that pregnant women could smoke. Yeah. So I mean, sometime issues evolve because, you know, we get to study things more or new evidence comes out that kind of changes the position. And we are sometimes that that is where it goes. And we are living longer on average because we've made these health, you know, choices, but choice is, is the keyword there. You know, you it should be your. Carseats different animal. That's very good. Very good snare to bring up with because it's, it's the safety of someone that can't make that decision for themselves. But, but if I'm stupid and don't care about my health and I'm going to risk it. I should be able to have the choice of putting seat belt or no. It's just for insurance purposes. I'm gonna I'm gonna bring up something even more controversial because you said it's for the safety of someone else. What about vaccines? Oh, no. You should not be mandated to that, that I don't think he agree with you. You should the government should not mandate. So, but so then the car seat thing should apply to that as well. If you're talking about because that would be the excuse that the government would use is, well, it's for the safety of your child. We get to make the decision for you. So I don't think they should be allowed to do that further carseat or you know, Enron that you're injecting into their bodies. I should be the safety of your children. Well, that's my parent- my parental decision. And I mean, if I'm a crappy parent, and I don't want to put my child in a car seat in sucks. But it's a slippery slope. You gotta you gotta draw the line as the parent. I should be the one that determines what's safe. And what's not safe for my child? Absolutely. I agree with you in some and some states, the carseat laws are kind of just really wonky. I remember. I don't know if it's the same everywhere. But I don't think it is the various state, doesn't it? But the car seat. I remember when I was in California. Living out there who God help me. But when I was living out there in California, STAN, they had this law made it through I know barely, but it was like eight years old. I think it went all the way up to like eight or something like was it like was it that far? It seemed like it was incredibly high. But then, even if you a certain age, if the child's weight wasn't at this at that whatever threshold was and they still had to be in a car seat. Yeah, it was the weirdest thing. Yeah. So I remember my daughter being in a car seat. And it was so I'm Barry for her because she was right at that little cusp. Yeah. And it was so stupid because she was she was a tall kid. She was sitting right there. And she was like, why am I talking Guinea? Yeah. That's, that's exactly how it's going to be. That's exactly how he's going to be. I mean, he's already there in like the full carseat he's not to the booster yet, because it's for that exact reason he's so skinny I cannot put weight on this child. That he's just I'm, I'm thinking he's going to be in this car seat forever. He's going to be in the carseat forever. I'm going to be taking him to sleep overs. Thirteen years old taken him to sleepovers in a carseat. Lemme actually you know what if you're really having a problem with this? Let me have him for a couple of weeks. I'll baton Emma. Oh, yeah. Well, it's not like we cook. I'm not cooking keen, wa and kale. Although I would like to. But I don't even do the cooking. Send my husband does the cooking. And he's cooking steak and pulled pork. And in cooking Kito stuff so active. How active is that Friday because that's the only thing we cook with the, my house, really, we have an air fryer. Living, I'll handle this. Okay. I'll take it from here. Okay fair enough. Right. So I know we talked earlier about home title fraud, but I think it was one of the quickest growing crimes in the country right now. So I told him fastest growing crime, so I told you dark web. Yes. It's crazy. Jason went on the dark web. And there were homes that were for the titles for sale on the dark web for what like forty bucks. I don't remember if it was in bitcoin. So I couldn't really tell it was kind of weird how much it was. But straight up fly densities, credit cards, Bank accounts, and home titles insane. That is so scary carefree. What are you people doing in your mother's basements, going out and railing, People's Credit cards that happened to me the other day, I had my credit card company, calling me because there was someone who had stolen my credit card number. I still had my credit card in my possession, and they had my credit card number. And they were running it through all of these online places. So I don't know if someone just don't know how they got it. I have no idea how they got it. It could have been one of my contractors from getting my kitchen remodel. But that's a whole nother story that to home title. It's so easy. Jason was saying, it's so easy for them to hack in to wear to the databases where your home titles are sold. And then they got it. They forged some stuff and then they can go and sell that on the dark web. This is happening. This is a real thing, and it is growing, it's really hard to stop it. No bank. No identity theft program. There are no places that protect you other than home, tidal lock. So for just pennies a day home, title will put virtual barrier around your home's title and mortgage the cyber thieves, come creeping up, and they're gonna go through the dark web, and try to do their dastardly deeds. No home. Tidal lock is on it. They shut it down. And you know what you're not gonna know if you're even a victim of this, you don't know until it's already done. The damage is already done, and you're on the hook for all. All of this. So you've got to go to home tidal lock dot com. They have a search. You can get it for free. When you sign up it's one hundred dollars search and they're gonna give that to you for free with sign up. Find out if you have already been compromised. It's the only way that you're gonna find out until someone just comes and knocks on your door, and they're like, hey, we're here to move in, because we bought your house. Oh, sorry. Home title, ach dot com. Go there. Now. Oh my gosh. I'm just I'm just looking at the Twitter here. Yeah. And somebody tweeted that hat that laser hat or hair growth nine hundred frigging dollars. Wow. Nine hundred bucks. That's an expensive Father's Day gift. Oh. But the satisfaction is guaranteed. Wow, that's that's expensive. Well, so then it must work. I mean I probably that's a strong guarantee for a nine hundred dollar products straight up. And if they want me to try it out and I'll try it out on the air. I'll document the whole thing. Send me send me when your hats. I'll do it. Well, I don't know that they're listening, though. L. The they're totally you'll have to who is not listening right now. That's the better question this, this random hair hair growth company with hair. Hats are listening to the program. I think I real the minimize bird-watching rent I really do. They rely whoa. Tune into that, dude. So Jada Pinkett Smith. This family this the Smith family is a weird one. Yeah. They are. They are I'm sorry. They are some weirdoes weird rumors all over the place. And there, aren't they Scientologists. Oh, gosh. I don't know. Are they really think so? Yeah. Yeah. I think so. But so she was believe. She said this to her daughter, she was on TV show. And she told her that she used to be a she used to have an unhealthy relationship to porn. She told her daughter this, why would you tell your daughter that she'll? Well, because what she said was if I was still on my porn game, I be able to show you some good porn. That's not what she said that is what she said shut is what she said she had gone to her daughter and hormone. Wow, mom. So she said back in the day, a little porn addiction, but I wasn't interrelationship when I had a porn addiction. Okay. Wink, wink. I'm sure you how convenient that you're talking about your porn addiction, and coincidentally enough. It was before you were actually in a relationship. And so she said she had an unhealthy relationship to porn at one point in my life where I was trying to practice abstinence. I love the semantics of that unhealthy relationships unhealthy relationship. I was under the impression that relationship had to involve to people. Not a computer phone or wherever you're viewing I once had an unhealthy relationship with whiskey once that's not ongoing. I once had an unhealthy relationship with playing blackjack. Oh, yeah. That's a good one. Yes. On particular ridiculous antics area unhealthy relationship, but I mean it is a little bit bizarre. Porn for women has always kind of confused me porn period, has convinced confused me. Really? Yeah. It's going it's going to strip clubs like why like why waste your money. Why waste your time years? You don't get anything off of it. I don't get it. Well, I mean, never mind. No, we should explore this topic. No. No thing. So you've not you don't watch porn. No, not at all. And you never have gone through that I all all I've, I've, I've seen out of curiosity, but it's never been something done regularly. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. No. I've never understood it. And now I will say I feel again not my position this is not my position. I'd like what are we talking here with a porn or strip clubs? Oh, this is not my position. But I I would if I want to play devil's advocate. I'm trying to be very careful here. I would say that, you know, the men at the strip clubs are at least it's a physical presence in front of them. You know, they can get it a lap dance for extra. I don't know how much that cost, but I assume you can get a lap dance for extra. I don't know what's going on in the back room when you pay for the VIP room. But that would at least be a physical presence. But porn is just I mean think about like the afterward. Where's jiffy when you need him like we get we get a full like this for Glenn Beck radio with Pat? Jimmy. If you're, if you're listening Jaffe, you should come in here. Yeah, I don't know. Oh, we've got a we've got a call really quickly. I want to take before we have to go Ryan in Virginia. What's up, hey? Yeah. Actually Altria, which is formally Philip Morse, therefore, the twenty one limit. And it's mainly because of the facing. Oh, you so big tobacco's actually the push behind this all, and also big tobacco's already in with marijuana. They've invested in companies up in Canada. Wow. So big tobacco and big weed or coming together, as what you're telling me. Yeah. More or less, and it's all because they're scared of vaping, pretty much the T news in vaping. If if you look online, there's a lot of news with teenagers as young as I think eleven ten years old better. Because these, these pens look like USB devices. Yeah. Oh, yeah. In the FDA, the FDA really been pushing the tobacco companies to come up with the safety factor four. So that's why they're pushing the age limit of the twenty one. Very interesting. God ED's got it. Thank you, Ryan for your call. See, I knew that big tobacco was still a thing. I told you big tobacco is still alive, and well, now it makes sense. I can see how they how they'd be Phil threatened over, because a lot of people have quit smoking through vaping. So I mean, the thing with never bought that with the kids using it, because kids have been smoking forever. I mean, is that really like they were trying to get? I don't know where you grew up. I'm not smoke seriously. No. That was like the thing like you ran out behind the, you know, the trash who'll again. Me. I, I was an angel. I kinda ran with the hooligan crowd. I must admit that's not shocking. Not shocking at all. Let's see. I saw above me, new Germany is the same with the booster seat law. It's either eight year old or over a certain height and weight. It's crazy. It's crazy. When you think about all of the like you were saying the principles that we apply to all of our ideas. How far we are. We have gone over the hill with that. And it's because we're willing to we're willing to give in say, okay. Yes, Princeton good. Yes for the greater good. In further and further and further. Look at abortion. Same thing we compromised it's gone to the point where we're talking about infanticide now. Wow. Ham said the infant deaths due to accidents since enforcement of carseats has not changed significantly in either direction shut up seriously. That's huge. Wow. That's, that's a statistic check. But that is that's pretty big Harris said. So a fifteen year old is an adult and can have an abortion without her parents knowing you can serve in the military at eighteen but you can't buy a pack of cigarettes to even take to Bhutto, well, and they want sixteen-year-olds vote now to gosh, that, I mean, that's the end of society, can vote, you can go to war, you can get an abortion, but you can't smoke or drink at eighteen. Yeah, that's ridiculous. Yeah, I think you shut up. Shut up. Shut up doing set set up America Maroons, that is such an old tiny insults, your bunch Marrone, while see tomorrow.

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Ep 257 | The Left Stands by Joe | Guest: Colion Noir

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Ep 257 | The Left Stands by Joe | Guest: Colion Noir

"Welcome to the news. And a why it matters. I am Sarah Gonzales today, we are joined by a very special guest, Mr. coaling on war front. For being here. Again. Great to have you once again, Stu, what is the top story for you? How to deal with Joe Biden? Okay. Oh, gosh. Oh, you mean middle class? Joe middle-class Joe lunchbox truck show. Okay. Good. I can't wait to hear deal with. Deal with whatever. Oh. A surprise. But I wanna talk food. I want to talk a little bit of food. I know stunner food. I'm with you to this is going to take up the entire show those two out of shape people. Learn. Clean it. Insane amounts of talks about avocado toast, and oh, yeah. We're getting to the avocado toast. Later, Colin with the. Surprise anybody? That's federal judge in California, basically ruled that California's high standard capacity magazine ban to me is unconstitutional. All right. Alexa, get into there. But I think our sponsor I target pro. Do you know about I tiger pro? Okay. 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Get ten percent off right now with free shipping with promo code news. That is I target pro dot com. Stu how do you deal with lunchbox? Joe Joe's been accused of some very terrible things last couple of days to women come forward as we know. And said, hey, he touched me inappropriately. I'm fascinated though by the reaction to this in the media because these are like, the left-wing reaction sounds incredibly familiar. They see to be bringing up points that I've heard before can we start with Meco on the Joe and become morning extravaganza. A lot of folks. Will say that women need to be believed in her, and I believe they should be heard. But are we allowed to bring up that Lucy Flora's as a huge Bernie person, and she has, you know, political connections that might be counter. This could be we're hold on. Is it okay? To bring up this could be politically motivated or are. We just supposed to take all the words. And the fact that she says she was violated face value. Are we supposed to just leave it there? What these these are points? I've heard before I almost feel like I heard them the bread Cavanaugh the period made by completely different people. And those people were disagreeing the entire time. And they give another example, this is from the view yesterday. Joe is a hands on Canada. Yeah. But no one I've never heard anyone and she says she felt violated, and I have to take her out of work, but it would have been nice if she had turned him and say, you know, what Jay I'll really like, please don't do this or not Mr Vice president. I'm not really comfortable with because he's standing right there. I don't think it rises to two point. We've been listening to about how Cain and the rest of. These people it just doesn't look like that. And you know, we'll know Joe Biden his been here. I remember when I met him in Florida before he was vice president, and he was so friendly. He's the close talker. He comes right up facing thinking. I hope my breath is good. Are we going to get to place? We can't shake hands. We can't hug each other. Because to me comfortable, I worry about. Are these people we're at the twilight? Insane. When you watch that, you know, I think if you could step back these are really good points. Like, these are all really rational this story. You know, they all really make sense. And it's different than the Cavanaugh thing in that we have tons of evidence that that Joe Biden actually has done these things he's done them on camera to numerous women. However, this is a rational way to sit back and think about this. You seem a little fresh. We just went through literally what was it not six seven months ago, this they were they were so Arden about the fact no my God believing face value. Don't question. Anything victim blaming. Believe leave all women. What do we say, you believe all women women are human beings, take them at their word? You do take them at their word. But you also hear them you, listen, you take their accusations. Seriously. You don't just believe them. That's not our system at all. That level cognitive businesses. Just not registered my mind. And I'm going to just have a change of heart after the Carbonell here. And now all of a sudden, they understood movie were coming from. And now, they're. Limb and say, no, yeah. Right. Because we know the next time a Republican is accused of something they will forget all of these points and all of this logic. And this is this is the part I kind of want to go into on like why it matters here. It's a it's a tough thing. I think for conservatives, and I always I I struggle with how to deal with this. Because part one of me, maybe let's call this. The the bad part devil, the devil on the shoulder wants to say, oh, you're the little precedent. You set where everyone believes everything. Well, guess who's victim of today? This little world, you set up is now victimizing you, and it makes me really happy heart the game on the other shoulder. However makes me think well, look there is a we complained about a double standard, right? And we're complaining about a double standard here. And when you have a chance to see a double standard, you need to take the next step and choose which one of those standards, you think is right, which one do you want? And I mean what I want is this one I want the standard. Which we actually have a process we have innocent until proven guilty. We have we have. We don't believe the worst people. We don't take every politically motivated accusation into and just throw out lives because of them. And so as much as I hate to defend Joe Biden, I think he would be eight terrible president. He already was a terrible vice president, I mean, I he's gotta get the benefit of the doubt here. And I just amazed to see the media go down this road. Because I can't give them the benefit the doubt they know the points before and they just chose not to make them when it hurt them. I feel like this is like a shot across the bow though for for Biden saying, and we don't think you should run. Oh, yeah. This is Joe I know you're leading the pack now because you have jumped in the race. But don't jump in. This race is not for you. Joe? Take care. Yeah. We won't do this to you. If you out now, I'm even the biting Cam. Pain came back and said, you know, look chose been an affectionate guy. He's. He's done kind expect more winning for like, they're even saying, they're preparing everyone, more it. I mean, if he gets into this race, it could be a half of a state can come out. Come on and accused him of being touchy feely. No one's ever accused him of being the going farther than just being that being that hands on touchy feely guy, right because even even as a little bit creepy are absolutely weird and creepy, but even the Las Vegas, Nevada lady said that she wouldn't think it wasn't. She didn't feel that she was molested wasn't enough. That was that. It was just he's this. He's kind of his victim of his time. I think doesn't make it right? Creepy. No boundary. Joe? No, I'm not saying, I'm not acquainted being molester or boundaries xactly. He just doesn't understand personal space clear. Right right now. Are they goes, right? That's right. Intent is important here. Right. Like, I mean, we they keep trying to make this new standard of its in this particular situation. It's what the woman felt like. So he's done this thing to you know, dozens and dozens of women many of them come out and said, I didn't mind it at all like I love Joe Biden. And I was happy. He was consoling me. Right. Like, whatever to me. It's a weird creepy thing. But it's not a creepy to everybody. And because it's not a weird creepy thing to everybody. It can't just be the feelings of the person on one side of it. It has to be the intent that's important. It's not one of those things it's like madmen slap and somebody on the bud as they walked by this is not to that level. So because it's not to that level. You know, you can't just say what her feelings are. We can't let people get convicted over someone's feelings. What about your standards here? So what about the standard that what Goldberg said on? View that it's up to the responsible. The woman to then sakes, me Mr Vice president. I don't find that to be appropriate. What do you thought that had to do with the power structure, right? It was too much power. You couldn't say that. You couldn't say I wanted to say, no. But he was. So which standard depict there? I think that the proprio the appropriate standard. I think, you know, look in these some of these cases where it's there's a physical threat. You know, you can understand woman being able to speak up and say certain things if someone's in your personal space, Jefferson, my personal space all the time and ask him say, dude, I have a personal space thing that you please move away say to all the time and this idea, it's true. But I think that is part of it and not even in a bad way. If Joe Biden comes up, and he's being creepy Joe. And he puts his hands on a shoulder and say, oh sorry. I'm just weird with personal space. He's gonna be okay. I can't imagine. If he keeps coming after that. He's absolutely guilty. I mean, like if he's not if he's don't believe in the power structure excuse. Team interaction where there's a kind of all right, man. I'm awkward here. But I know if I say something about this awkwardness that I'm feeling it may make things overtly awkward, maybe I just need to shut up and take this awkwardness. Then the question becomes how far do I do that? How far do I subject myself to this level of awkwardness and how consistently depending on dealing with? We are talking about creepy. No boundaries job here. So, you know, if I'm interacting with them on a daily basis and public and he's constantly. And I'm just feeling weird about it. The question then becomes it's I'm not quitting to a level of him being a sexual predator. But it's like all right. This is getting a bit much, right? But then he is Joe Biden. Right. So then the question becomes all right? So are saying anything, and if I do he might feel awkward about it. And then now all of a sudden, I'm out of a job, you know. Get what I'm saying. I think there's a level of that too. I mean, I'm not saying that, you know, if we're going to talk about Harvey Weinstein, and what happened with him that, you know. Okay. They got to a point where they were in private, and they had plenty of to say, no and all of that. But I'm talking about you know, these are women they're standing in front of a crowd, and he's getting all up in their business. You're in front of people, and you don't really know him. I mean, unless it really bothered me. I don't know that I would say something. However, if I don't say something, I'm not coming up five years later. A bingo. That's that's your time to do. It is at the beginning. And you know, it's a tough one. There are these different power structures that can be you know, they could add to the strange this these interactions, but we're getting to a point where everyone wants us to just bring along our W two Forbes and show them to each other make sure okay are in two point six times as much as you. So I can't say these words, but I can do these things like we're human beings like every relationship every marriage starts off with at some point. There's a first kiss. And every guy knows the first time you go in for one. You have absolutely no idea. What the hell's going to happen? Not maybe not everybody. Maybe that's just me. Where you have to go unless you specifically get contracts. I you're not gonna know. And if if you can't have that first interaction, and if you do it, and you don't read the room, the exactly perfect way that you're going to be some sort of her sexual harasser, overturning thousands of years of human interaction, and I don't I don't trust the left of today to do that. I don't want to give him that power. I wanna bring up something here. That's going to table is the inherent generosity. Mercy. That is present with respect to our dedication to logic and reasoning and objectively that is not provided to us. You know, indefens-, right? You saw my face got kidding me. Jochen be under the bus, respecting your logic. But yet here we are debating the very talking points that that they tried to undermine before. Now trying to use to their advantage. But yet we're we're able to sit here and talk about it in such a way. You guys are all over the place with in terms of consistency ninety algae and as far as merit. But it speaks to that aspect of the media that that's more left leaning that is inherently incredibly childish, it's very juvenile because there's there's there's no standards basis. It's just everything is free flowing in whatever direction. I choose to to my vantage at the moment we here have angels on now. Well, what about the left? Jeffy in the left. Loans out all of his experts. Get into food. Sponsor home title, lock sue. I know that you have worked with them now for a while. And I when I started hearing about this I was like home, title fraud is a thing steal your home. And you'd never know it. I know it's really look at it. It's really kind of a failure of government. Right. It's like these these forms are filed with local governments, and they can easily forged turned in. 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It's totally worth it to to make sure you're not a victim of you can't get a hundred dollar search for free right now. Find out if you have already been a victim of home title fraud by going to home title, lock dot com. I guess I'm just going to open the floodgates and let you thought we can talk about whatever food you want. Talk about food. We can talk about food coming across the border if they closed the border down. We're not gonna have Cottle's. I mean tears coming to my. You're joking changing for me that is a crisis. There is a crisis at the border. If we do not have avocados. Grows of Konno's. Can we not get other countries? Oh, we would much to have second grade. And I know that there's blackberry issues too from Mexico, Jeffy. It's a problem. That is how we convince the swamp. True. And we also have AOC's big on getting rid of all the cows. And the me, but I don't know if she needs to right? I mean, we've got thousands of restaurants now serving up the impossible bird with the impossible meats and Burger King is doing it with all their restaurants in the Saint Louis area. Now with the impossible Walker. I just want to. Suicide vegetarian America's only conservative budgetary. That's true. Good. You are. That's a factor. Burger, and I'm sure you've had it been dying to try it. But I haven't had it. But it's it bleeds. Fascinates news. No. Yes. Forty percent. Hey me yet. You want the fake meat? They look just like. I think they're trying to sell it to people who don't. But it does. I mean, they they actually and this weird thing they they debuted the new version at the CS the consumer electronics. Whatever that's called that one in Vegas. Engineer. Talking about that. Instead, though, even the people the meters were like going crazy over it. Because it's like really really good that new version of it yet a couple of companies. This was the impossible. This was impossible burger. And there's plenty there's beyond meat. There's hundreds if not thousands of restaurants that are already serving now. So I mean, I don't know how deep we want to get into this Bill give you a quick virtually possible burger is is certain proteins pea proteins. But there's a particular it's all plants the particular. I don't know what I want to say ingredient. But it's it's it's a plant. So there's not an ingredient in it. But there's a particular part of the plant the hem. I think it's called H Jimmy, and it is what is the same thing that that makes meat tastes like meat. So they take but they're able to get the same part? It's exact same thing that makes meets tastes like meat. But it's not meet the same stuff is eating. Like the couch really inefficient veggie burger. All the veggies converting it into a burger and in very inefficient way. So it is interesting though, I will say that they're making seven thousand burger kings. It's going to be an it's already about seven thousand restaurants around the country dumping money into this thing. Whether it is or not checking the besides the cancer burger kings already they're going to plant. I won't I won't say it for that. I am sorry. Kado? I know the woman I would like my that soft weird Gucci green fruit vegetable thing imported into our country. Good old fascinating too. I love my meets. But I'm telling you don't eat avocado. I didn't like okay, I used to make fun of people who have avocado toast. And then I had a. So I can't make any anymore. So it was kind of one of those things next. Join it. Toast. It's just something toast is an exactly dynamic. Thrown some green goo on it. I mean, I don't think it's gonna make it that much better. Which by the way, turns from green to a weird gray and just. Okay. And you've got to put some lime or lemon juice on it. Okay. I'll make sure to never remember that. Next time you guys we'll get impossible burgers, and we'll do a taste test. I would like to do that. Because I'm fascinated at how much this fastest growing charging more money for very expensive dumping dumping say the inspiration to this comes from some vegetarian reasons. But also, it's a left-wing climate reasons stuff they wanna make it into a thing. Like, Bill Gates or just dumping money into this to make this thing with me. Thank you. This is a longer conversation into a product that they want to taste like the actual thing. Meet more healthier. That's. Me. That's pitch. This is like a commercial. So didn't tell you. I want to go back to because I I can't. Expose myself. Gun ban. And you're going to again. We don't have time to get into the gun. So I would like to state for the record. I don't eat KADO tos. Gonna leave me on the clip about see I was trying. To say is I would eat avocado, toast, if carbs in my diet, right? It's I can't. Avocado toast is not basic. Avocado toast is. Toasting needed with your thinking. Are you need in secret? Eating bedroom. That bananas you'll never see me eating in public. Good reason. All right. We'll be back in a minute. Meet debate lasted so long. We're going to get into the California and the new law in California, high capacity magazines when we go into overtime calling on. I tell everyone where they can find you can forming on every pretty much social media platform, you think oh, just search coil and Nawar clubbing on. Instagram, a super spy, I'm working on the movie script. You can find him there. Also in case. Well, actually, probably no one is aware we just launched a new YouTube where I'm self promoting. So we just launched a new YouTube for videos that I have been doing it's called Syra Gonzales, unfiltered. So why don't you go right now? Like literally right now, go to your computer. I subscribe for free. You can't describe how pay any. Right. 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Up next enjoy bonus overtime content from the news in wide matters. Available exclusively for podcast listeners and blaze TV subscribers. Not a subscriber. Start your free trial at blaze, TV dot com. Klay on before we get into what's going on in California. Did you say that you're coming out with a new video about Cory Booker just in response to you know, him running for presidency? Good use what he's gonna do for the country nominally. Yeah. I approach it mainly from very kind of from gun Senate standpoint. It was like me. A lot of these pretty much every candidate running on on that side of the ticket is anti gun on my reasons, why just because there are a lot of people who don't know a lot about these candidates stand onto a and it is important to them. They just don't know. And so they're willing to people who may be just left of center on center so forth and so on and so try to put as much formation out there possibles make your decision. I have my opinion it is what is much formation as possible. Gorbun is definitely not program that he what did he say his hall doesn't mass shooting every day? There's a mass shooting everyday in America, which I was interested to find out because they're not doing a very good job reporting. That they would be all over to that. Big incidence. They must be skipping out of a different Factbook. Yeah. I've really is. I'm in. So I already a blue state. He doesn't have a great grasp of the English language. The blurts things out. And I think he's like to him generally speaking like he knows that mass shootings have happened. Like that's how he summarizes that everyday right labor. You know, Texas. There was a close election recently. It's a blue state. That's just who this guy is. Needs to tell him words actually mean things. I heard tie Clinton fortunate to have very good command of English very detrimental way. Yeah. That's true. Actually. That's very true. All right. So what's going on in California? So judge basically said that the magazine standard capacity magazine ban. It exists in California that did exist on constitutional. So now, people can have their standard, capacity magazines. There was a ten round limit in California with respect to magazines for me that was always a hassle because whenever I go to California always have to find a gun carries more than ten rounds. But the magazine that's arbitrarily limited to ten rounds and bring it into California because otherwise I'd be committing felony. And you know, the gun communities pretty happy about that right now, I'm still going to go through some appeal process, of course. But as it stands right now, you can own standard capacity magazines, legally in California, I'm shocked that I actually ruled the right way on that in California shell not the fringe is relatively clear language. Yeah. It should be pretty clear. You don't want it to be right? Exactly. I always love the high capacity. Like, it's just so subjective. Hoping is this. I say stand capacity kind of you know, facetiously whether it's stand capacity high capacity unlimited capacity super-duper capacity at the end of the day. You you creating laws that limit that capacity only limits the capacity to people who are willing to obey the law. And as a result of that the person who's coming to commit murder against someone who does have a gun, but follows the law does not want to murder. Someone is going to fall a law and limit their capacity against someone who doesn't follow the law. And now you put me in. I'm just going about my life already. I'm already at a disadvantage when someone decides he made wanna come kill me one day not on top of that. Now, you giving him more firepower to do it. Thank you. We're seeing that we're seeing that around the world exact in other countries that have been struggling with it. I know New Zealand you do the show did the story about net. Very many people have turned in their guns in New Zealand before the gun turn in program. But there's also a big story about the gang leader saying we're not turning in our. No, go ahead their hours. And so I mean, you're the disadvantage disadvantage, and and sometimes I wonder if these lawmakers are are they wear this. Or is this done on purpose because it doesn't it's not a great leap of logic to understand the dynamic of what happens if you create a law that tells me I need to limit this tool in order to prevent someone who doesn't follow the same rule from owning saying tool just you don't have to be genius to understand that. Maybe we should just make a lot that makes it illegal to commit murder rate. I run for office do that. Solve everything. I'm interested to hear your take on on the bump style. Literally went about really, okay. I am not either. And look we all know Democrats would be worse on these issues. But I mean, the idea that the president by himself getting a law passed let alone constitutional amendment dangerous, very dangerous precedent. And you know, we're talking about one hundred million dollars worth of stuff. People have bought around the country that was legal now, they're criminals for having it, and that is something that that story product. Yeah. Exactly. What is the Harris do with that power as president been about? That is imagine. I remember when you know dealing with the issue right after Vegas. What scares me? Eating scares me. Even more was what would have happened if it gone congress because at time God the door would have been wide open. We wouldn't be talking about on stocks. It'd be talking about way more. Speaks to the very like I said every juvenile reactionary nature of that sought hate being so divisive in that regard say it, but I got the call spayed Spade bath majority of time the left accident manner, and it's very juvenile. And you know, it's very reaction. We're very motion and emotion driven. And so from that perspective. It's like if at this point we're going to respond to this the same way after every shooting. We're going to basically respond to the point of no longer having a constitution. Agenda. What is and you can't tell me. It's not true because look at New Zealand just tried. Yeah. And I'm just amazed at that is used as an example to be praised. Like, hey, they reacted in a heavily emotional circumstance by a wide plan of law abiding citizens and their property like that's not something you cheer. That's something. Reason you have a legal struggle. Erica like is. Because that varies type of slow it down make us over rational decision when your emotions are flaring. And instead, we're like, oh, well, they had this window of emotion where New Zealand wasn't going to push back against it. Even though the people didn't seem like right now they're turning on his weapons in. But there wasn't gonna be a big uprising because it was such a terrible terrible event that the use the emotion and let didn't let the crisis go to waste. So it also didn't have to make got on his truth. We were in the same situation as Zealand after Vegas, literally the same heightened sense of your motion the same demand for doing something that actually probably would have gotten done the difference. I think is one we have a constitution to do have an organization like, yeah. Doesn't have that. They do have. They do have their program organizations, but they don't have as much leverage or nearly near the amount of power or influence and just getting stuff done. It has done in this country in terms of protecting that second amendment, right? And so I think people tend to undervalue that constitution and also in and if you can't see that by what happened in New Zealand. I don't know what to tell you is. That's exactly what happened. They didn't have any of those in place to stop safeguard against making decisions based on emotion in reactionary. And now look at it literally trying to ban everything. Speaking of the juvenile left to AFC all Alexandria Cortez. Had some good ones. I mean. Keeps on giving loved her. She's a peach. She's she's wonderful. She doesn't always know the things she's talking about. I've noticed let me give you a couple of examples here this first one is about the the green new deal. We need to innovate on our technology. You know, obviously like Stafford police Documenta talk about cow flatulence. But which issue I just wanna say ridiculous. But it literally, but actually is an issue when it comes to contributing to methane. But that doesn't mean you end cows. It means that we need. What it means is that we need to innovate and change our grain are cow brain from which they feed in these troughs, we need to really take a look on regenerative agriculture like these are solutions. I don't know that that's any of the points were accurate in that. First of all nothing is an issue. It's a if you if you're on the global warming thing. A gas. It's more potent than co two, but hold I also leaves the atmosphere a much faster. Can I can I also just say that she acted like it wasn't a big deal. She's like, I know I had a staffer release thing about how. And then when Chris was like, well, it is. And she's like, yes, I agree. Just got done dismissing it now, you're on board. So yes, and it's not far burps people need to realize, it's not cafardo culprits one side. It's the other side. That's the that's the issue there. And again, I love this thing. She's trying to walk your with with the FAQ on the green new deal. If you have a draft document, and you mistakenly release it within a few hours, you correct it and put up the correct document. They still have not put out the correct to this moment and beyond that if you ever had someone on your team turned that in as draft you would fire that prison immediately. It was horrible. But also, I don't think there's a thing called cow, grains. I don't know what they are. If there is something, I don't think grass. Jordan Peterson and pull a thought experiment. We can. Right. Can you pull it clip up? Is that possible you wanna play it again? So I wanted to close her eyes and listen to the clip. And now I want you to imagine a child. I want everybody watching us to do this. Vague on our technology. You know, obviously like Stafford police Documenta talk about cow flatulence. But which use an issue? I just wanted to say your sounds ridiculous. But it literally, isn't it actually is an issue when it comes to contributing to methane. But that doesn't mean you end cows. It means that really need. What it means is that we need to innovate and change. Our grain are cow grains, from which they feed in these troughs, we need to really take a look at regenerative agriculture like these are solutions. I'm just Giles. Channels twitter. It's literally a child trying to pitch something that makes absolutely no sense. And I'm not trying to and I'm not saying that just to be funny. I am, but but she really legitimately just thought process the way that she specis point everything about her is is very much chew, vinyl and childlike in. It's very big right in which is great. However people's lives are actually affected by the decisions that you make there's an entire country dependent on certain decisions that people in your position make that affect the country. And and I'm not really chastising her as much as chastising the people who voted for her chastising Boston University. Graduating her people devoted are in a little better now. Anyway, according to local reports, she's thinking that she's part of the country. No, big the bigger picture. You gave a child the keys to the house. What do spec? One more time this time, I want you to close your eyes and picture Joe Biden standing behind resting her face in her hair. Okay. All right. We don't have to do. Let me give you one more. This is a history lesson from Alexandria Cortes. When our party was boldest time of the new deal, the great society Civil Rights Act. And so on. We had an carried super majorities in the house in the Senate. We carried the presidency they had to amend the constitution of the United States to make sure Roosevelt did not get reelected. And we so many extra ordinary things that were happening in that time that we're uniting working people totally all pictures like a. Hi. Roosevelt was long dead by the. He could have been reelected. I don't think that's the way on the great look. I mean, we screw with the constitution enough. Maybe that could happen. But I'm pretty sure you're not allowed to be like when you're dead. And the other thing is like, you know. Yes, they did have super majorities, and they did all these things. Those bold things actually had at the end Democrats passing constitutional to make sure the old democrat couldn't have that whole situation again where he gets elected four times in a row that was a pushback against the exact era. She's praising they were. So they thought it was such a bad idea. She just I mean. I it's tough because in part of me wants to see her as just like, look, I mean, it's almost impossible. She was literally a waitress two years ago at a bar, and you know, of course, she doesn't know anything about anything on the other side. She's a Representative in the she's got massive influence right now. And and these these moments need to be pointed out people need to know that she doesn't know what she's talking about. Or we're gonna wind up spending twenty thirty forty trillion dollars on her nonsensical ideas. Good news is all we need to do is just letter opener mouth. And then it becomes very clear. She has no she's been opening from the moment. She started running on new. She was not the position over based on very superficial aspects that we don't and should not be voting based on period. And we continue to do it. Absolutely. All right yesterday's poll. Trump has threatened to close the border and Democrats are hitting back and calling Trump's threat a stunt. What do you think Trump's call to close the border ninety three percent of you said it is necessary. Seven percents that it's a stunt. I feel like we need a poll redo just bringing up the facts may get you may have an avocado crisis on your hands. And see how that changes the number. Off. I think it'd be like seven to three. Today's poll President Trump just announced plans for GOP healthcare reform following the twenty twenty election. Do you want to see Trump tried to reform healthcare? No, not really. But yes, it would be great. If you could actually get it done. How about this? How about this too? Unsure. If you vote that way, we're all gonna yell at you tomorrow. No seriously. I mean, I don't I just what happened to just repealing ObamaCare. Right. Why? The house of the Senate of the president. Makes it impossible when you have control of all of the separates chambers. Right. We fall into the same trap. That's always set for conservatives. Which is well, the left has said government needs to do these important things. And our response is well, we want the government to do it a different way. And like, no the government doesn't have to do these things. We didn't have Obamacare's new. It's five years old. I mean, it started in two thousand fourteen that's how recent it was when John Robert Roberts was inexplicably approving it and lending go through that was that was two thousand twelve hasn't even started yet. I mean, we are not that far into this. The fact that we can't even consider on on Furling a government mandate. Like this this soon after it starts shows why we have to fight so hard before these things start because once they get in man. I mean, even conservatives even even among Republicans, the approval rating has gone up, and I think it's up to thirty eight states now that have the Medicaid thing and there including a bunch of red states. Professors better than cure. No. But I mean, seriously, I I don't trust the government to do any kind of healthcare reform what they do just repeal the current regulations all of the ridiculous things that are part of ObamaCare repeal that and be done with it. I don't Trump can do a lot of things right? I don't want him tinkering with my healthcare because I think in the same way that Nancy Pelosi and all of these people that passed the previous Bill knew nothing about health insurance, which is very clear, and I say this as a health insurance broker, so don't send me hate me. About I analyzed health insurance. Points. Insurance broker, and so I've taken the classes, and I've gone through the history of why health insurance was created. And I was screaming at my TV every time. I heard talk about it. 'cause I'm like, you don't even know what you're talking about in Rican policies on voted on. Sure. All right. Let us know what you think at the pleases Twitter. Thanks for being on with us. Just have come again. Okay. Been too long tomorrow. He requires. Reappearance fake, burgers, those things. Thanks for listening to the news in white matters. We hope you enjoyed the podcast if you'd like to watch the program become a blaze TV subscriber. And start your free trial now at blaze, TV dot com.

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Ep 262 | What Kind of Tax Returns are YOU Getting?

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Ep 262 | What Kind of Tax Returns are YOU Getting?

"Welcome to the news. And why it matters. I am Sarah Gonzales, Glenn, what's the top story today for you the border, but we're we're gonna cover that with Jason. So I'm going to go on something that is not on the front page. And that is the number of suicides is doubling among kids that are thirteen years old and younger, and the experts have a reason I have a different reason. All right, all here for the the positive FOX. Thank you months to. I'm gonna talk about you know, there's a big fight about it. Of course, couple years ago, the Trump tax increase where he jacked up everyone's taxes. Now, I'm pretty sure that's with polls show that what people think in America. And I think we should maybe discuss that. All right. Jason I I'm actually kind of torn because I really wanna talk about the border so important, and I think I'm going to side with that. But there's also I just saw this walking over here from my desk that both Netanyahu and bennigans who are running against each other to be the new prime minister which deliver counting the votes right now. Like, they should know what if you hours they both declared victory. That's how close it is. So it's very very possible. Probably likely that we might have a new prime minister and just a few hours in Israel. But who knows like I said they both declared victory. So watching that very very closely, but I'm gonna stick with the border. It's just too important. All right. Let's get into. But I wanna thank our sponsor radius own. So summer is coming up. We're already in April, which is unbelievable to me and pretty soon we're going to be out on the beach and in the pool and some. Some of us may or may not be hanging onto a little bit of extra like winter weight. Not me say that definitely. Have a little extra. Lot of piled up on me over year. But redesigned can help you lose the extra weight or just maintain. I know sometimes when you hit the the age that maybe all of us have at the table gets a little bit harder to lose weight hit fifty. There's somebody in the audience is like Crimea river hit seventy. So if you've got that this some stubborn extra pounds that you need to lose before summer. Now is the time to do it with radio. It's just the the good molecule in olive oil that helps boost your metabolism and reduce your appetite. So you can go to redesign dot com for you podcast listeners. That's our idea. Z O N dot com. Use promo code the bolaise and you'll get thirty percent off of three months apply. That'll get you right into summer. So you can lose those extra pounds radio dot com. Right. Glenn? Chilly Renna story this morning about a new study that has come out from the American Academy of psychiatrists or whatever that shows that the the number of children around the age of thirteen that are going in for either attempted suicide or suicidal thoughts has doubled in the last like eighteen months that is such a short time to phenomenal just phenomenal. And in reading this from CNN, and they go to all the experts, and the all the experts is saying thing. Well, it's probably that there's so much pressure on kids today, and you know, schoolwork is getting so hard. That has nothing to do with it. The pressure of growing up today. I think is no different than the pressure. That was that we were all under growing. It's just a different kind of pressure. The problem is everything around that pressure has changed our families have broken apart. You you you don't even know what truth is anymore. How does a young person even know who they are? Or how to find the truth when truth doesn't matter facts? Don't matter gender is fluid. You know, you don't even know if you're a girl or a boy, what all of the things that our kids are being influenced by right now, you can't also get a job who kid is able to go out. I worked on a farm when I was a kid. There is something to be said about hard work. I went up to the up to our ranch. Couple years ago and Rafe was really having a tough spring, and we went up, and I had him helped me rebuild the fence and sand this whole gate down. It took us ten days of hard work, everyday sunup sundown. He felt great his self esteem turned around everything turned around. Nobody is working. You're not even going out and playing until sun up and sundown you have to stay inside. Then what are you doing your playing a game where you're killing somebody my own son said to me that I I love playing these games. And after I feel after I play the game. I feel like itchy inside. Well, that's a sign of something. That's a real sign of something. There's no sense of compliment because we've gotten rid of all trophies all places, you know, you didn't you're not the best. You can't say that. And in fact, nothing matters, except your feelings, and even your feelings are caused by someone else, you're not even respond. For your own feelings anymore. So who are you going to be what are you going to be what is life about? You're never gonna make it because the man is keeping you down. You're never gonna make it because the world is going to slide into chaos or or Jesus coming soon kids, whatever it is from either side of the aisle. Donald Trump is going to enslave all of us. It doesn't matter. Our kids are living in a time. Where nothing makes sense the adults aren't acting like adults. The adults are Linney times. Just looking. Hey, dad. I got this done. Really tell me about it. So how was it? Oh, yeah. That's cool. That's what's happening in their lives. They're crying out. What is the meaning of life? Well, we can't talk about the meaning of life because we can't talk about creation. We can't talk about God. We can't talk about any of that of those things you can't have a discussion of meaning on a metaphysical level at all anymore. They're bringing down like you need to have found Asian. You know, like it used to be like the truth was very easy to define you know, back in the day and that was easy to build. You know, that was your rock you could build something off of that. Now, there's this cultural relatives and everything is sand. Are we are building our children's foundations on sand. And that sand is shifting every day. What was true yesterday? What you could get away with yesterday or say yesterday or the right term yesterday. It's different. The sand is always shifting. I would also like note that, you know, the same experts that are saying what they believe the root causes those are the same experts who are well. Right. Because those are the same experts who are saying it's fine for an eight year old to transition into a boy to transition into a female and take hormones, so there's no faith in the medical community to say what the actual root causes. Oh, and there's the NHS in in London is now doing experimental tests on experimental drugs for gender on children on children, and that's accepted. Stop listening to these experts. Start going back to church start re. Reading the bible star. There's a reason you don't have to get all, you know, God on the bible. It is the collection of all of the wisdom of mankind. It is it is you don't even have to look at it. As a true story, if this was called, you know, Nancy Pelosi's book of really handy tips, the left would love it. And they would eat it up. And they would say, this is brilliant. But because it's stuck with God all of the things that built us as people are in that book got to turn back to things that are solid. Yeah. I mean, I echo you're saying largely I would say to one one part of and I don't have scientists early to back this up. But I do think that there's a the the social media thing in particular. I think is a real really screws us up. I mean, I, you know, I basically abandoned social media relatively recently. I it's hard for adults to handle I think adults get addicted to adults get pissed adults get in fights with each other it generis dolts. It's like kids can't handle that and two parts of that. I think one we're all sort of designed to hear the negative if you had five compliments in one insult your only gonna hear the insult. And we all know that from social media. Our fans are awesome. They're saying, hey, you guys are great. And like, I love the people who listen. But then there's that one person who chimes in says something negative, and that's the only one you notice because just the way humans are build things the way kids deal with that information. And Secondly, kids social media is designed. You know, pry like the primary use of it is to try to impress other people like you're trying to do something. So other people click like you're trying to other people approved that other people like it. And that is a relase to do it builder. Destroy. Yeah. Up or destroy, and that is not a healthy way of going about life, especially for a child a child should be figuring out who they are not trying to please others. And I think that those two things when when you have built up something that's very important in your life. And we all know social media for kids is incredibly important, and that is all designed to try to impress others and the only way to get success by others approving of you. And the only thing you notice is when people don't approve you. Of course, you're going to be depressed that is a terrible formula. And I wouldn't I don't want my kids anywhere near it. Also, I'm gonna show you a tweet that came out yesterday. We showed you the woman with the clown wig and the frog yesterday. Remember forgot that was so upset about that. Here's here's one. That came out after the show. It's a picture of two cards in a hallmark store. One says you're the kinda girl that I buy flowers for your the kind of boy I'd make a sandwich for. Okay. It's a fricken hallmark card. They've never been known for their deep deep thinking. Okay. Sarah phelps. She writes, quote, what the F is this Jay. Whatever it was. I can't even say I was born in the nineteen sixties. And I remember this effing seventies and eighties. And this is still this effing s mother of God. I will kill. That's not a balanced thing. Like, I'm sure like I did that exist before social media that now I'm sure people had thoughts that piss them off like it, just drives you to such extreme levels. And of course, like what is suicide if not an extreme act. It's like, it's the ultimate expression of of extremist behavior. And I mean, we see with with suicide bombers, right? I mean, this is they're they're crazy religion take into the nine million degree. And it's the same thing here. People are insane on this stuff. And I do think that that's kind of part of it. I mean that is not a rational way of dealing with the woman yesterday with the in the in the peppy, the frog was the other side of it. She was immensely proud of herself for just saying into a camera that she now owned the the image of a clown hat on a frog. Like, that's not an accomplishment, but she was immensely proud of herself for just saying it wasn't even true. And she. That is just like, it's an irrational world. And I I don't I don't know how we get back to what Glenn talking about like going back to more foundational principles when that's dominating your life for four five six seven hours a day or more. If your kid I talked to say, I would I would buy that card for my husband. I love that card. I do sandwiches for him. So it's perfect. Talked never for us though. Never never. I talked to a kid recently. I was has talked to this kid, and and and prob- I have experienced in with suicide in my family and set down we just talked. And if you thought of hurting yourself. Yes. Have you thought about suicide? Yes. Have you thought about ways to do it? Yes. And I've rejected it because. I would have to do it. I would have to do it in a bigger way because I would want at least might death to have meaning. This. There is no meaning in life to kids. Nothing has meaning life has. No. Meaning we must restore meaning. And you can't find it as store you'll never find it from a candidate. You will only find it in turn things. Back in a minute. Something a little lighter true. That's true. You said that Trump increased our taxes massively this news. I believe the sky could've sworn that. They pass a tax cut. Well, he was a tax cut. But for very wealthy people only if you made over one hundred billion dollars a year received a one hundred percent tax anything else. That's kind of what the media has been saying, that's the way they pitched the tax place Republican tax plan. It is a plan that gave money to the rich the expense of the poor and the middle class. We've heard this argument over and over and over again, and you know, of course, if you look at their legislation if you look at any of the facts, you know, that this is not true. This is not an actual point that is legitimate. A new report has come out over the past couple of of days talking about who actually gets tax rebates, and and this is kind of based on a poll John king from CNN politics. Cupboard this poll in a segment, and I think about this. We had a how long of a debate over this tax. There's a big issue is basically dominated with exception of the ObamaCare repeal dominated the first. A year and a half of the presidency of Donald Trump. I mean, it was a big deal. And you'd think that this would be a big issue if the American people completely incorrectly had an impression that their taxes were going up and down. This is a big deal a huge failure for the media. This is the treatment. It got from CNN yesterday. See, yes. Speaking of taxes seven days until the April fifteenth deadline. Recent Wall Street Journal poll finds just seventeen percent of Americans believe they're actually paying less under the new Trump tax law. Twenty eight percent say they're paying more to congressional joint taxation says that's a misconception nearly half of all households are getting a five hundred dollar tax cut and the Americans are the noticing small refunds because they're withholding was reduced. When the new kipton math fuzzy math, some say, we'll be right back some say who says. All right. And you know, it's just incredibly frustrating because people have absolutely no knowledge of how taxes worth Reagan said famously that if we just made people pay the taxes at the end of the year and didn't do withholding there'd be a revolt against taxation right away. Oh, forget that. You should pay it every month. That's how I would. Do it quarterly. Don't did are know every time. You're you get your paycheck cut from your employer. You should have to turn around. And write the check like it shouldn't make it too easy employer. Does it automatically for you? Also found found it interesting the way that he crafted that most, you know, this percentage of Americans believe that this is what they're doing. Why does it why does it really matter? Why is that what you're willing to me? I say most Americans are incorrect. Yeah. Exactly. That's why it matters. Right. Like, this should be in real normal world of media doing their jobs should be mass. They should have a massive meeting say guys, these people all got techs, and they think they got an increased role that we have in that in the in the in the meeting of journalists if that were during your Bama, the roundtable would have been how are they getting that impression where they getting that impression from they can't have that conversation because they're only getting that impression from from India. Yeah. That and the fact that they don't understand taxes. And they don't realize the fact that they're getting smaller refunds is a good thing. You refund is not a present from the from the government. It is them holding onto your money all year end, you're not getting interest. Like, they're stealing from you. That is. It is. And that in in including the number that you lose in just inflation. Yeah. Just inflation in that year, period. You lose a dish dollars. And I'll say to the fuzzy math is really problematic because he's giving an insinuation there that that you didn't actually get the the the they say you're getting a five hundred dollar tax tax rate. But that some say that that's fuzzy math. It's not fuzzy math. You're getting the tax break. We all know, we're getting tax break if you actually follow this. But they do such job to try to push down this road. And this is not something that I'm just saying this is the left if admitting it this is Matthew yglesias, he writes, nobody likes to give them selves credit for this kind of messaging success, but progressive did a really good job of convincing people that Trump raise their taxes when the facts say a clear majority got a tax cut Q imagine admitted that that is an incredible. That last night. And I'm like, what kind of horrible human being do you have to be to take pride in the fact that your side? Just lied and convince people to feel worse about something. They should feel good about useful idiot. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Fake news just described it and that tweet perfectly. I mean, it's like she. But he describes it in the tweet and still the left will look at that. And not change their minds on any. No. And like the treatment that gets is not is that with the music coming up as we go to break. We he rattles up a couple of stats calls fuzzy math. And then they go to commercial, and like at least they mentioned it. It's almost like seen in as good on the story compared to the rest of them have you ever seen? A it's it's almost like an obligatory and needed to tell you that CNN is about shut down because we don't have any ratings that can. That can. Not a lot of passion behind the bottom line is like I was overly thrilled with the scope of the tax cut. I think it could have been bigger and better, especially with the control of all three hats, all three branches. I should have been great. It was okay. It was a normal Republican tax break, and whatever it's better than a tax increase. We'll take it. At least they followed it up with the spending cuts as well. That's right. And we also then reversed third of the tax cuts because of tariff increase. To I know. But I mean, the bottom line is this is something that actually is good. The Connie's roaring. We've had incredible levels of success here. And the idea that the American people think the exact opposite happened. It's not Donald Trump's fall. It's not him blaming the media that is the media's fault for not informing the people of what's actually remember the number of times. We heard the media say the number of jobs created or saved. I remember that or saved how do you count saved? I haven't heard the same job. They can so long, right? Like almost two thousand seventeen ish say the save job ever in my life. We saved three hundred million jobs. Right. So this is solicited Orrick job grin. That's what they said. They said we saved all those jobs at GM. We saved all those jobs in the financial sector. We save excuse me. That was you can't count it that way. And yet the media all reported jobs created or saved. Now, we don't hear anything. It's the best job market in a hundred years. Pittsburgh hasn't had this unemployment this low since nineteen seventy. That's when they were they were making steel. Wow. Well, I have to believe oh you look at CNN's readings right now. I mean, I know you made a joke about you know, going. Joke. That is the joke itself. I mean, you look at this. And you would think that they would say, okay, guys. What are we doing wrong? Maybe not maybe not. How can we how can we report? How can we report the accurate facts, but just like four a rating sake. What are we doing wrong? And they're just doubling down theory. When we came out when everybody was for Donald Trump. And I said not for this guy. Look at what he's doing look at what he has said in the past. He has zero track record. This is to critical of time. Don't do it my audience did not want to hear that. Okay. They did not want to hear that. But you have to have the balls and the willingness to bit they don't. And so what they've done is. They've trained like seals. They've trained. I'll give you give you a fish out of the bucket, and I'll give you keep coming. I'll give you fish out of the bucket. Well, the fish is rotten now. But if they go to another bucket and tried to feed it, another fish, the seal doesn't want that fish, the seal has been trained for this fish. This is bad. This is bad. This is bad. This is bad to come in. And go hanging what he's doing good. They've made him into such a monster that they cannot. Disconnect themselves from that. Right back in a minute. Become. In case you guys have not done this yet. You gotta go to Biden bracket dot com. We've got a really big challenge going in when I challenge. I mean, it it's really hard to. Yes. It's so hard. Tomorrow's going to be Sophie's choice. I don't know. I don't know who gets on the train. I don't either find bracket dot com. And then if you have not yet done, so I had a new YouTube channel out you can write to Sarah Gonzales, unfiltered, Glenn with saying he was so excited about it that he is also like Pat going to personally show up at everyone's door. Wow. Subscribe today. It's a big thing. I prefer. Like. Up next enjoy bonus overtime content from the news in wide matters. Available exclusively for podcast listeners and blaze TV subscribers. Not a subscriber. Start your free trial at blaze, TV dot com. All right. Jason what's going on at the border. So Kirsten Nelson's now out seems like an all-out purge on h s we also he also took out his nomination for ice secret service thing to service, or that sort of thing it's kind of odd and a lot of underlings as well. Apparently, not talk Ivan, immigrations are I love news ours. Always a good thing. Yeah. There's never been a time in which is our workout Stephen Miller. I wouldn't be surprised right. Does seem like Miller is winning this. Miller's arguing for the hard line. And others have been saying how you know. Let's let's keep it under control a little bit. And it has what they've done hasn't worked. Now. I don't think necessarily it's. Because of I don't know if that Nielsen did a bad job per se just that, you know, look the numbers are the numbers. And she was I think more she was not going to walk over lines as often and we've seen recently. I mean with the, you know, the emergency declaration like the president. I mean, it depends on how you look at this. Right. Like, you can look at it and say, I the president's walking over a lot of lines that he shouldn't be walking over. And I, you know, we're very outward about the fact that hated the emergency declaration thing. But on the other side of that, you could say with things like you're saying Hilton and ice and everything like he wants results, he's not getting them. And he's actually making changes. He's actually trying to do something else. He's I mean, he'll never admit it, but he's essentially effect emitting what he's tried. So far hasn't worked with people around him have. Tried so far hasn't worked. So he's trying to people, and that's not a bad. Instinct, are you? Did you just give us silver lining about Trump? I it the first time you've done that. I don't know. I think I almost think of myself as entirely silver lining. Okay. Before we get into what else is going on at the border. Did you have you seen how the left is talking about a cures to Nielsen and how she she on her resume? It's going to include locking kids up in cages, and we're gonna get a job again villain, which to me is like she doesn't come off that way to the at all also like I think Obama's doing just fine and he locked up in cages steal. Maybe Netflix show is going to have to be delayed a couple of weeks so Cortez on somebody show. I think it was real mad Al where she looked like she was doing whatever speeches where she was getting all pissed off, and pointing it rise Rubik, huge is almost big Cory booker's, a crazy is and he's about to start crying talked about the kids in cages, I cannot ones being injected. It's it was. Right. I know no one still back that by the way as far as I could see. But no, one talks about were all the stuff came from Glenis talked about it. But literally started from President Clinton started right there. But I believe that these people saw that like there's no way. I mean AO see knows because when this first came from Elsie knows those those don't go there that's fair. But I mean, while Trump was president when this first came up, and they made a big think about it who was it. What outlet provided a picture, but the picture was from Obama's presidency and everyone went off on Trump? I mean, I feel like enough people were alerted to the fact that hey guys this happened under Obama's presidency as well. So it's just crazy to me that they're still running with that narrative. Yeah. I mean, you can argues they will argue it's a little bit different. I mean, like, you know, the people cross the border the numbers are different now. But it is more families now than before it was, you know, single men working for work largely. Back, you know, ten fifteen years ago, you know, of course, you can come up with some distinction. But the bottom line is the, you know, the result was largely the same when people flood the border, and it's a lot of kids. There's very little you can do to make that situation. Happy one. And that's why they shouldn't come. This is why you shouldn't try to cross the border illegally. It's we're not prepared for it. We do here. Well, and we could also we should try to make it just like when citizens go to jail and your kids go with you. That happens all the time. So none of this is your actual topic grant sorry about no, you you actually you mentioned the national urgency, and I just want to dress. I really quick as well because that was very painful for me not to support. Yeah. And I I was on Twitter, and we did it on the show. I lost about seventeen gazillion, Twitter, followers, and social media because of my stance on that. Oh, you just don't know. But it was very unpopular to say that. And it was I didn't like it either. Because I do admit that it's there's a crisis on the border do admit that Glenn was just running down these numbers on his show from fifty six thousand apprehensions on the southwest just on the southwest border in January around seventy six thousand and February. I wish I was hoping that the numbers are gonna come out today. They didn't it's going to be over one hundred though, that's what they're projecting at at one hundred or over a hundred thousand that's insane. And you saw Chuck Schumer again, I'm Glen show. Just just come out and say, look, I have the board. A patrol numbers, you know, and we're at historic lows, and I'm when I first saw that I was flipping through the report that was just filed like a month ago. And I'm like where is he getting this? But that is not what the numbers show at all. So either he's somebody handed him a document from multiple years ago doesn't seven were pretty pretty low period. And that's true two thousand seventeen where was a pretty low period, but it's old information, obviously at this point. I mean, he's just acting as if he doesn't know the updated numbers. You know, just just insane. There is obviously a crisis at the border, and they gotta do something. What was happening? What's been happening? What what the administration has been doing is not helping obviously not because it's getting worse, and we're incentivizing people to bring children with them because we're acting because when they come here, and they can say asylum, and they have kids we just basically let them go inside the country if they come as single men the stories different. So you bring your kids bring your family's bring somebody who you say or your kids or your families. And then you try them into the country, and you're pretty much going to get away with it and the courts keep blocking everything Trump tries to stop it. So likely talked about that with us today, and he mentioned as well the floor is thing from the Clinton era, you know, as real cost for this needs to be fixed. You know, the Republicans have have to their credit tried to present several plans where they said look when you more border security. We also do more immigration judges. We also need more facilities to house people when they come across the border, the Democrats shot that down. I mean, I they've tried a lot of things did. They do that. You know, when they controlled all three, you know chambers. I didn't they didn't Algo Ed and they deserve criticism for for that. I would say, although I will say two thousand seventeen and the beginning of two thousand eighteen was really downturn. I mean, you know, we talked about this a lot on patents to back in the day. And I just remember every day we come on. And they're, you know, every month, there'd be these new numbers that would come out, and they'd be really low, and and people would call up and say see Trump is fixing the border when we sang was tough talk will work for a time on it will like him saying, I don't want illegal immigrants here will scare a decent amount of people to not come till? They realized that there was really not just talk. It took about a year. And then they started coming back in and it's revved up revved up ramped up and part of the reason they think now it's even even higher is because Trump is now saying I'm gonna stop it again. And they're saying, well, let's get across the border before he does. Which is another is another issue. I mean, it's it's this. We all look at this and say, oh, it's an easy fix. It's not. I mean, this is a tough. To deal with because you build that wall down there completely thirty feet high concrete the entire border. It's not gonna stop this problem. It will slow it down with one portion which is a small portion of total immigration, but still it's not going to you're still going to be dealing with sixty and seventy percent of the immigration. That's happening. Now through other means it is a difficult problem solve these in. The upper engines are being fueled by multiple different factors. It's just a lot easier to get across the border now and not only to get across. But to get them from Central America, all the way down through Mexico. I was reading about how the prices have have for coaches. They were charging people is either families or people six thousand dollars per per person to take them down and get 'em cross-border. That's what that was the going rate that included staying in safe houses food, getting them to the border, get them across the border everything. Now, it's half. It's three thousand dollars. Why is that the case because no one's going that way anymore because they're going hopping on these migrant caravans, and that was something Glenn was talking today. Kind of focus of what I wanna talk about on this because you can now just getting. We're not gonna. I'll I'll wrap this up really quick. But it's just absolutely insane. When we started looking at who some of these groups were we start looking at that group that we picked out that people without borders group that we looked at last year, and I remember looking through that. And I couldn't find a single person that said, okay, they're the ones that started it. And I was like are these is goes Asian like who is this? And we could find a whole lot of low level people. There are on the ground doing stuff. But no one would ever say, you know, we'll we're based here whatever we finally found that information out, and Glenn was just talking about on this on his show. If you have not seen that or if you're listening to the podcast haven't seen that watch that show share that show send that show to your congressman because when you find out who is manipulating this and pulling out of the strings there, Marcus, they're communists, their Marxist communist that have been activists in the Chicago area ever since the sixties. I mean, this is absolutely insane. And local media had one of them was identified as a career revolutionary. They call the. That's not a career concern. Don't go into that field. Kids get but I mean that it was a long basis, and as is always the case in these situations, they have like forty seven organizations, and they're all housed at the same address. I don't know why there's some weird tax thing or they're just shell organizations or whatever. But that always happens, and it's always a sign of the ways organizations run themselves when you think about it. It's more than just immigration. This is a lot more than just immigration. They're they're after something completely different. And if you're on the fence on how you know this entire issue. Take a step back. Just take a look at some of these people and just think yourself always say this to my son when he comes to me with all these weird leftist things this some of his friends tell them at school, which I ain't pull my kids school. So getting today's by the way, but I'm like, look just take a step back. This is always about climate change conversation. I'm like just think about it. Anybody has to gain off of this. You know, they want to do this this and this that they have anything at all to game. And then we'll run through it. And then that makes them think about same with immigration. What did they have to gain? Who are these people these Marxist communist, do you think they really give a crap about the plight of the people that are coming across over here. No, they do not care yesterday. We did a little comparison, Stu, you showed us the how many times you would have to reuse reusable bag reusable tote bag versus the plastic bags. Yes update on that. We do kind of a little bit of date. I wanted to point people. And I mentioned this briefly yesterday throw thought we'd go through some of the actual stats on it. Because you know, there's an environmental impact of plastic bags and environmental impact of a paper bag. There's an environmental impact of a reusable bag, the reusable bag has, of course, the highest environmental impact. And it doesn't make sense maybe off the top of your head. But when you think about what goes into a very durable bag that's supposed to last hundreds of uses. Of course, it's gonna take more than an easy single use plastic bag. The only issue were plastic bags are problem. Our marine waste too many of them get thrown into. The oceans and there that's certainly a problem though. I will say about ninety percent of these plastic bags come from China, not the United States now, the United States a lot of times ships our garbage to China and China stunningly doesn't actually get rid of, you know, just throw them the ocean or whatever they're doing that comes from like about ninety percent comes from eight rivers all in Asia. So for recycling. We recycle we send it to China are practicing. Comes back here. Garbage to China. This weird thing going on right now because and this is a little bit separate from the back of the single use plastic bags you had a grocery store or not recyclable. So, but we do send trash there to at least we have until very recently and China has recently re reversed the idea of importing lots of trash so and also why what a great business, right? Like if the US wants to get rid of our trash, they can do it super cheap there. They don't care. I mean, they don't have the same environmental restrictions that we do things and throw it in the water. So they care it's nice and cheap and somewhat. That's a it's a it's a bad arrangement in the first place, but China has decided to that they're no longer going to start recycling. Take our recycling either. Because so much of it gets mixed up. It winds up screwing up the equipment. And so they won't do it as cheaply, and they're they're stopping a lot of it. So now, the stuff you're putting in your recycling bin in large quantities is just wound up going to trash dumps and being burned because. We we don't have the capacity here recycling is it's one of those things that eat. I even I at one point believed recycling's good. It's such a pristine reputation that, you know, create where cycling's issue field unless you doing something. And that's all it does. When you look at the environmental impact, it really doesn't help the environment at all. And it would be completely insane. If you start from scratch like when we all started this. It was completely insane. Now that we have all the facilities built, and like we've already expended all those resources to build them. You can make some environmental argument that it comes close. Unless of course, you rinse out your cans if you do that or not any recycling wipes out the entire impact of of of recycling. That's a long way of getting to the point of the plastic bags now, the plastic bags I love bags when they asked me. I always say plastic say double my plastic by plastic. I don't want any your paper. And I'm definitely not using a reusable. Bag under any circumstances. But the reusable bags are actually terrible for people. I don't know if any environmentalists care about people, but they're part of the environment to we actually covered this on wonderful world of Stu, and we have a clip on the science behind it research paper by professors at the university of Pennsylvania, and George Mason found San Francisco's ban on plastic bags has had significant negative repercussions on public health. The study found that there was evidence reusable grocery bags these puppies contained potentially harmful bacteria, like E coli. They examined deaths in emergency room admissions related to these bacteria in the wake of the San Francisco band and found that both deaths and ER visits spiked as soon as the ban went into effect. The study found that plastic bag bans result in a forty six percent increase in foodborne illness. So the environmentally friendly bags killing their environmentally friendly owners. Because people look at these things they put all sorts of crap inside of them like meat and vegetables and all that stuff. And then they leave them in the trunk of their cars, and they bring them home, and it's hot, and they all mixed together. And all the juices kind of stay at the bottom. And then they put fresh vegetables in next time. They don't watch their grocery bags the reason for this is that you'd have to be crazy to put your grocery bag in the laundry, but what you have to do with these things. I don't remember hearing that anywhere in conclusion. The study found that using standard estimates of the statistical value of life, the health cost associated with a San Francisco band swamp, any budgetary saving from reduce litter. In other words, a plastic bag ban is a green fail. I love you plastic bag. I love you died soda. I love you. Part. Katy Perry was reference earlier on. I don't think it just brought that up. I don't remember exactly my biggest takeaway from that. And if I may is that you were nine years old when you made that video, really? I just wanna pinch. This long ago either kind of an early season because in the early season that show I didn't look at the camera that often trying to tricky all set on this seven years ago. Maybe I don't think I've aged. I don't see it at all. But anyway, don't don't don't. It was all all of us. That's tremendous. That's true. Don't use the Russo. Especially if kids I mean in all seriousness like a or or elderly people who live in your home. Those those those back if you wanna use them you duty to wash them I will warn you though, if you wash them you have destroyed the entire environmental benefit you'd get from them. So it's a tough wine. If you care about walking good for you. If not I mean, if you got bags around your house, just take the plastic bags and put them in a little bit. And then use them when you need them for something. I mean, I just I don't know always something to use them for always already relative just in case, you know, slim, you know, at it. We're not still in the air. Today's the blaze. Why comment we've got a couple of them. Remember, you can tweet us your questions or comments using the hashtag, the blaze wise, stupor gear actually loves super personal questions. If you have those so saves said, so my son may have figured out how ABC is going to pay for the screen new deal change, all the one dollar bills to ten dollar bills. And there's a bunch of scribbles has actually put zeros after all of the ones on the one dollar Bill, and the sad part is that might actually be of her plan. We don't know you laugh one of the plans Imbaba when they were having the issues which is at zero so the currency, and we just found out today that the latest report shows that the Venezuelan socialist economy is failing a worse rate, then Zimbabwe so worse than Zimbabwe. And what a time to embrace it here in the United States. I frigging incredible. And then we've got one other one is from Allan he said, I this is interesting, which do you think is furthest off the? Eap end in ideological beliefs, leftism, or Scientology, that's where we're at today. Folks, definitely leftism to me because I mean, Scientology, we don't know if z new exists. Hey, I don't know. But I mean, I know that what a lot of the stuff the left's allow me to play devil's advocate. We don't know of social work either. Because we've never seen. Both are the same Xenos. Never tried it even great either. And then yesterday's poll are the pictures of Joe Biden being touchy with women and children creepy or just him being overly affectionate. And again, don't forget to vote at Biden bracket dot com. Eighty six percents creepy fourteen percents at overly affectionate. Now. I have a question for you guys. I you both think I'm not sure about you. Jason you both think that it's creepy but not sexual. I think it's both. If there was a both answer, I would piss off Sarah say both because I think it's I think it's creepy. But I do not think I honestly don't think it is. Don't think there's an ill-intent. You don't think there's a sexual feel to it? No, though. I will say it did seem like he was when we went through all these pictures for Biden bracket dot com. We did find a pattern that the attractive women got a little more attention than the attractive women. But, but you know, I mean, that's natural. Well, my question would be how is it? How is it creepy then if there's not a sexual connotation to it? I think because I think it's. The the line of what's her face in Florez in Nevada is I think an a legitimate line in that like it's possible for Biden to deduce something that he feels is completely appropriate in means well by but also makes her uncomfortable. That's a completely that's a thing that can happen. It shouldn't be an international incident. Then then that would be harmless just harmless overly affectionate, not creepy because he didn't mean anything by creepy to her. It's creepy to her. It's overly affectionate by him anytime, anybody invading line. But I do I see what you're saying there. I mean intent is the most important thing. And that's why I would say generally speaking side with Biden here because I mean, even though it's got keep that clip for twenty twenty. But like, you know, like just the idea if his intent if and we'll never know. But if in is intent is what I'm arguing it is it's just like he he he likes to do that. He thinks it's he thinks it makes people feel special. He thinks it gives them a human connection. It helps them win people over blah, blah, blah this. Yeah, he's not a good sense. Does not have a good sense for that. But if he's doing. What's important out of that interaction is number one his intent number two. If he continues to push once she says, no that those that's completely unacceptable. But if she never says anything, she just smiles and takes the picture, and it doesn't mention it for five years. I don't see how he can be at fault. Anytime anyone invades per- personal space like if someone just walks right up on you and puts their nose almost on your nose. It's creepy. It's creepy. I don't think they're getting their sexual intent there, but they're creepy. I think that's creepy. You wouldn't think that's grieving think it's creepy. I think it's weird creepy is different than weird. It is creepy usually has a kind of a sexual connotation I see where you're going with that. And that's but again, that's what I heard description of it. It houses are creepy. I mean, it's a Mannix. I mean, well, that's the whole point. It was actually two choices of different semantics to describe the same thing. The point the point is he's not he's not doing this because it's sexual nature. That's it's a good question. Not the question that was asked. But it's a good question. But that is nothing compared to what I mean. That's nothing compared to what is the strangest things about Mr. Biden. And that is why need to tune into the show authors day your skin to plug that hole. Tune into a plug those trying that out recently called the prime minister of Israel racist in the past Beddoe has voted against funding the iron dome, which is Israel's main line of defense against incoming terrorist attacks yet battle is still seen as a moderate in the twenty twenty race. What do you think let us know at the blazes Twitter that is at the blaze thing, we all know that he's not actually moderate tries to really be kind is being I think because he won't take positions Lhasa won't take four reparations that far. How can you be seen as a moderate, and he'll say that he's not a socialist? But every single one of the things that he said align with some new green deal. And free college and relations Medicare for all reparations thing. So like the got all afternoon bills that have been put to put a Ford on that they're not really start reparations. Like look to start a study on it, basically. Right. But what's the goal? But yes, I would have study any if that wasn't what you want to study it forever. Like, I I don't think that's such a contentious thing. I think is just pandering. I really do. I I don't I don't think it's going to happen. Although Bernie Sanders was president. And he had you know, house and Senate. I mean, I might happen. I mean, it was he care about giving money to people. He doesn't care what the reason is just print. It was thrown out the windows. All right. That's for muscle. So you. Thank you. Thank you. I keep waiting at one of these whole bottles shirt. Thanks for listening to the news, white matters. We hope you enjoyed the podcast if you'd like to watch the program become a blaze TV subscriber. 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